Back in the late 1970's, I was an aviation electronic technician and a radioman navigator on the HU-16E Grumman Albatross. We would fly oil pollution patrols and search and rescue mission on the Great Lakes. The 7236 was the model number of the airplane that I flew in and was a crew member when we flew it to Pensacola Florida to be put on permanent display in the National Naval Aviation Museum. As an "AT", we were called Tweets because we tweaked the black boxes on the plane to keep them in good running order. It is by coincidence or providence that my wife and I live on Tweedt St.
Caution: Don't lean the lid on the ammo can. Take it all the way off. It is not heavy, but could come down and smack a finger or two. It is like a lid to any large cooler.
Geocache of the Week of 5-5-2016