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I have 2 sets of the org. keys & leather RR tags from 1968, I don't have a photo of the other set on my "puter", it's a running RR wore out/foggy can't hardly see the RR anymore
My original keys
remove before flight boy does that bring back memories have them on all my military vehicle keys all the ones I have are very old and faded
I'm rocking an old school keychain. Mine is from Wylie Lowes Monroeville Chrysler Plymouth in Monroeville, PA. The lack of a zip code and area code date this back to the 1960s. And WDVE was THE rock station in Pittsburgh at the time.
Not to get off track, but back on 1982 or so, we took some big dog Admiral on an orientation flight on one of our P-3Cs. The pilots were driving the flight engineer nuts with doing stupid crap like installing VIP seat covers and other junk, and he forgot to pull the landing gear pins, that also have these RBF flags. We took off, and as usual I had to walk from the rear of the plane to the front to make sure everything was okay (called setting Condition 4), and when I got to the flight station the pilots were all panicked. I noticed it was awfully loud up there, and they asked if I had pulled the pins. I said no, we never do, so why would I this time? That's when I realized the noise was from us flying around with the gear down. To save face, we went back to the base, landed, and taxied to the "hot spot" so the pilots could show the VIP where we get our weapons at, and while the Admiral was distracted the other observer and I opened a hatch in the bottom of the plane, he dropped out with all four engines turning, pulled the pins, tossed them to me, and I pulled him back into the plane. Good times.
I won this one at the recent car show, didn't have anything before it.
Snakeyes & Oldbee stole my keychains. Lol Great minds think alike
I found this a few years ago and now it lives with my GTX keys.....
The WDVE brings back memories! I grew up in Murrysville and spent many a weekends at the Monroeville mall.