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VMO-6 T-28s (1962-64)

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  • VMO-6 T-28s (1962-64)

    I received this request for information. Can anyone help him?
    Dear Sir,
    My name is Greg Mateyko and I own a T-28C (BuNo140511) which served with VMO-6 from 19 February1963 to 20 March 1964. During this period my research indicates the aircraft was modified to carry a variety of underwing weapons for the purposes of testing prior to employment in S.E. Asia. I am researching the history of the aircraft and the Marines who flew and maintained my BuNo. If you have any information or might know who would be willing to help me piece the aircraft's history back together, I would be very appreciative. Thank you in advance and Happy Birthday Marine.

    Semper Fi,

    Greg Mateyko

    T-28C BuNo140511
    Civ. Reg. N140AG

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    Hello Mr. Mateyko, Just wondering if you ever found out more about the history of your bird with VMO-6 ? I've seen a photo of one of the six T-28C's used, and wondered what color they were painted? Dark Sea Blue or Field Green, with white lettering. Hope you found the info you were looking for. Semper Fi. Richard J. Burbine HMH-769 1982-1985