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570231 Toro One Airshow 1979

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F-106A Commander's aircraft (Toro 1) 57-0231 sitting on display at the 1979 K.I. Sawyer Air Show. 57-0231 crashed 2 years later in 1981.

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  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...
  • John Buckley (87th, 1980-85) - Wednesday 3 October 2012 12:20
    Steve Losacker was the pilot who jumped out of the jet. When the accident board showed up, we all thought they were going to hang him. But Steve was very professional (we served in the 95th together as well), had done nothing wrong, and ultimately he was exonerated... no PE...