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Sorry this answer is so late, but I was just telling a friend about this article tonight, and thought I'd Google it to see if anyone had posted it on line, so he could look it up and read it. Your question came up in the search results. Nothing else did unfortunately so I'm going to have to lend my copy to my friend.
The article was in Flying's November 1976 issue, and the article was called Zero/Zero, by Charles D. Svoboda. Unforgettable. It was #438 in the series "I Learned About Flying From That".
I don't think I'd be allowed to scan and post it on line due to copyright but maybe this is enough information to help you find it.
Hey good news - a bit more research and I found it in the index to "More I Learned About Flying From That", available from Amazon.com.
It's in Chapter 2, "Heavy Weather", entitled "Zero-zero in a Globemaster", with Charles Svoboda listed as a contributor, so that has to be it.
If anyone is interested, I wrote the article "Zero, Zero" and have it in Word Perfect, which I can convert to PDF or WORD. By the way, the original name was "Precision" Zero-Zero, but the editors appeared to prefer my sub-title to the title I gave it.