Skip to comments.Captain Judith Campbell and crew
Posted on 09/22/2010 5:34:44 PM PDT by TribalPrincess2U
While the C-5 was turning over its engines, a female crewman gave the G.I.s on board the usual information regarding seat belts, emergency exits, etc.
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Thought Freepers who had not seen it would enjoy.
The picture of the female crew is not a C5 cockpit - it is a KC-135 tanker like my son flys.
I remember when this picture was first published. It was a KC-135.
Photo Shop! Check out the head and body contact on the left front seat crew member AND you are correct it is a KC-135. I like the cockpit/boxoffice comment. I sent that to a close family member —— waiting for a reply.
Not funny - rude joke sexiat
But, that’s just me.
Ditto on KC-135
Like the KC-135, this story: old but very cool! Fair skies and a following wind, girls.
But the outside pic looks like a c-5 to me. Man the hours I watched those things take off at Altus, OK. You wonder how they get off the ground. Was inside one and you’re right about that. The inside was different.
I was stationed at Dover AFB, DE, in 1970, when the 436th Military Airlift Wing received the first of these fine aircraft.
The little diner across from the airbase main gate, made a burger in response, called “The Fat Albert”, the loving nickname given to the aircraft. In relative scale, they were both huge.
So many miles, and so many smiles, ago.
The outside pic is a C5, but the Cockpit is a KC-135.
I searched Snopes.com and couldn’t find Captain Judith Campbell and crew yet
there are many google entries. Strange.
It’s been a few years, but I think I flew in one of those C-5’s out of Somalia, we had to climb up this ladder into a windowless space above the cargo hold, the seats faced backwards and were quite uncomfortable especially with all our gear