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6September 20, 2010 - 01:17 PM
Marv Miller from United States
springerpop@gmail.com

In the '60's I went both to and from my overseas military assignment, Clark AB, on a 70-series. Once, sitting all the way aft, I watched the cockpit door almost disappear on occasion in turbulence. I'll always have a fond memory of this aircraft type as the most durable jet of its kind. -M-

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7September 13, 2010 - 05:18 PM
D. Bax from Canada
eazygoing.yvr@gmail.com

One of the most stressful things we used to do on the a/c were the emergency descents

Any videos of the those engines shaking away on the descent???

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8June 16, 2010 - 08:16 PM
Mike Kelly from United States
barnstormer7@gmail.com

Great website! Flew the 8 with Evergreen Intl. back in the early 80's for a couple of years. Pulling four contrails way up there across the high dome of space. Will forward this website to the 1940 Air Terminal Museum at the Houston Hobby Airport.

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9May 14, 2010 - 03:11 PM
Tony from United States
tonyltol@yahoo.com

I wish I could have hoped a ride (commercially) on a DC-8. In 1987, when I was 14, I used to see them at Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport. I so wanted to fly on one! :) I think they are incredible airplanes. Thanks for this magnificent website!

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10March 11, 2010 - 04:47 PM
Jorge from Mexico
jurgen_pv@hotmail.com

Excellent job, this site bring my memories back when I travel with Aeromexico several times in the 70's. it was great to see and hear the blast of its engines on take off...

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