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Carolinas Aviation Museum

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    Attended the dedication of Mike Clausen's Blood, Sweat and Tears CH46, last weekend. The one he crewed, when awarded the MOH.

    An Osprey was flown up from New River. It was one of those, on again, off again deals the Corps is famous for. When it was called off, the CO of VMM-263 made some calls. It arrived Friday night with a pretty large crew.

    Talked at length with one of the Sergeants. VMM-263 went 'on the dirt' about two weeks ago.

    I still live in Jacksonville, NC and see the Osprey flying over every day.

    Larry 'Spaz' Spazafumo
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