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Other Surprises with KAO and C-141
Also, the wings drooped down on the ground, flexed up in flight, and bent up even more in a turn - which freaked out some on board for the first time. They couldn't have a hanger big enough for the C-141, so the tail (high T tail)poked out into the rain, with a cutout in the hanger doors through which the plane extended.
I got the flying bug at this point, and left to work for Chuck Jackson over in flight systems navigation (FSN) branch. But that's another story... - William Jolitz"