T-33A Multi Micro
In Iowa, United States
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This cache is located in Lakeview Park.
This cache is a 3 stage multi micro with the canisters wrapped in camo duct tape. Replace all geoflauge back the way it was. The 1st stage holds the coords for the 2nd stage and the 2nd stage holds the coords for the 3rd stage. Please leave these in the 1st and 2nd stage canisters. The reason why I named it this is because thats the name of the airplane in Lakeview Park. Here is some information about the T-33A Lockheed,The T-33A in Lakeview is on loan from the National Airforce Museum. The T-33A "Shooting Star" was introduced in 1948. The museum's T-33A, serial number 58-0513, was delivered to the Air Force on 31 October 1958. The T-33A last flew with the 84th Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron (FITS) based at Castle Air Force Base, Ca. The 84th FITS flew its T-33s equipped for the Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) training and in the role of target for the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD). This aircraft is on loan from the USAF. Chimney Rock, North Carolina collectors coin is the FTF prize.
Don't forget to make it a triple play by finding Lake View Park and Otter Creek caches located within 0.5 miles of this cache.
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- Nice view of the lakeThis lake has two concrete docks, campgrounds, fishing levees, a dam, multiple picnic spots, playground, 9-Hole Edgewater Golf Course and yearly fireworks over the lake on July 4th!
- The T-33A, the namesake of the cacheThis plane is at the northern entrance to Oelwein City Park and is on loan from the National Air Force Museum, I guess for good.
Last Updated: on 12/27/2013 6:41:48 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:41 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum