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1311 entries.
lee elder wrote on May 2, 2000 at 2:39 am
I was stationed at Hahn from 1961 to 1965. I was assigned to the 586th MMS and worked at Site IV, as a guidance sys tech with a recycle crew. After freezing my postier out there for over two yrs I was assigned to QC section with Patchen, Hay,Williams, Thompson, Frazier & Nelson. There were others but I'm too old and crotchety to remember their names. I only have contact with Willie Williams. Some of you may remember me form the Rod & Gun Club since I worked there and was custodian for a while after Don Kizer rotated back to the states. On rotating back to the states I was assigned to the 6596TH Instrumentation Sq at Vandenberg AFB CA, I retired in 1969 then worked for the Federal Bureau of Prisons for 20 yrs, retiring permanently in 1990 and now live in Santa Maria, Ca.I learned about this web site from Beryl Ristine, it's a great site and sure brings back a lot of memories.
Art Heisler wrote on April 28, 2000 at 8:03 pm
Harry Bosch wrote on April 22, 2000 at 8:02 pm
Arrived in germany in 1958 to man a Guidance detachment at Ilmspan. After the guidance sites were shut down went to Bitburg and worked in missile maint. for the 71st TMS. We were one of the best, crew No. 8. Won Crew of the month 4 times in a row. Left to go back to the states in 1961. Great site, hope to hear from some of the old 71st TMS crew.
Tom Campbell wrote on April 21, 2000 at 1:56 pm
It's good to find there's an opportunity to renew old acquaintances from Sembach, Orlando, and Bitburg. Although I enjoyed my entire career, I have always treasured the memories of my Mace days. Started at 'A' Flight on Lt. Vaselenko's crew with Quentin Davis, Ken Larsen and Wally Coburn trying to make me a 'Mech 2', and I credit Bob Harn with my 'Bogie' nickname. Moved to 'B' flight (Jim Reider's crew) during the RFML conversion; TDY to Hahn to 'bomb up' Hecken Site; then back to Gr
Eugene Bielinski wrote on March 31, 2000 at 11:24 pm
Joe the web site looks great. Thank you for adding the pictures I sent you of the guys from Sembach 1960. I will see you in Dallas in August and hope that more of the guys who were stationed at Sembach will attend. Stationed at Sembach 1960-1962 Member of Capt. Byron's launch crew at 'A' & 'B' flight 1960. Member of Lt. Burker's launch crew at 'B' flight 1960. Member of Lt. Pappacio's launch crew at 'C' flight 1961. Member of maintenance crew at 'A' flight 1961 & 1962 with Sgt. Don Shifflet and Airmen Don Hess.
Ron Lyscik wrote on March 30, 2000 at 9:59 pm
Hello to everyone, but especially the 586th MMS from Flugplatz Hahn.
Jim Robertson wrote on March 29, 2000 at 10:51 pm
Vern Bode wrote on March 13, 2000 at 2:28 am
John Moore (Jack) wrote on March 12, 2000 at 2:53 pm
Lowery AFB 1961, 4504th MTW OAFB Florida Oct 61 to Jan 62 Sembach AFB Feb 62 to Dec 64 assigned to B flight (Invent 1 2 & 3) 823nd TMS as Guidance Tech with OIC Captain Thoeni Crew Chief S/Sgt Bill Rowe and Weapons Tech Tom Baker Can't remember how many times yelled ' launch bias good'. Returned to 4504th 1965 as instructor, until discharge.
Elias 'Chico' Ruiz wrote on March 10, 2000 at 9:36 pm
I am planning to go to the Dallas reunion alone as I will be traveling on my scooter (any other bikers out there?)-- was wondering if someone who may be traveling alone would like to share a room to cut down on expenses? Please let me know as soon as posible. Thanks
Jerry Hoff wrote on March 9, 2000 at 4:12 pm
I was in the Mace R&D program at the Cape in the late fifties and early sixties, as a guidance and control systems analyst. I think this is a super site. Keeo up the good work.
Dick Harris wrote on March 3, 2000 at 1:44 pm
Great site. It seems that noone has taken up the responsibility of the 498th. I wish someone would so I don't have to. Surely there is someone more responsible. I remembered about 50% of my tour then and admitted to 10% of it. I'm not sure much of value remains physically or mentally.
gene henderson wrote on March 2, 2000 at 7:23 pm
stationed at hahn from dec 62 until dec 66. worked in the AGE section and at site's 4 and 5.where are all the guys who worked in maintenance and drove the MM1'S and hauled the missiles? would like to hear from you all.
Trevis Moss wrote on February 29, 2000 at 11:02 pm
Guidance Instructor, Lowry Matador Launch Team Cal Shop NCOIC Orlando Including Guidance, Flt Controls, and Missile and Std. Test Equip. for Matador and MACE A & B TEMS and Quality Control Sembach 76A TEMS NCOIC Orlando 76 B TEMS Shift Supervisor Orlando Deficiency Analyst Kadena TEMS Shift Supervisor Kadena
Dennis Newell wrote on February 28, 2000 at 3:06 pm
Enjoyed the Mace at Sembach. Was in U.S. Army HHB 94th Arty Grp (Avn Sec) Sembach 1964-66
Walter Fenley wrote on February 24, 2000 at 12:44 pm
Joe love the new Newsletter, answered all the question about the Aug meeting. Walt Fenley
jimmy d montgomery jr wrote on February 23, 2000 at 10:28 pm
i was stationed at sembach 1959---1960 would like to hear from other people that were there during that time frame
Bob Shuping wrote on February 21, 2000 at 6:40 pm
Stationed at Bitburg 1958-1961. When I reported to Transient Barracks upon arrival, I noticed that NCO's and Officers were wearing sidearms. I was told that some Algerians had raided an armory I believe in France. Nice arrival. I was assigned to the 585th Support Squadron and worked in the Orderly Room. Major Harold E Barr was the Commander at the time, and Col. Vetters was Group Commander. Lots more stories. Contact me.
Jerry Siders wrote on February 19, 2000 at 10:33 pm
Hahn AB 1956-1960 Matador maintenance (guidance) and then as launch crew chief (C Flight). Two AMLOs in Libya. Then Martin Co factory school in Baltimore on Mace B guidance (out of Orlando AFB). Bitburg AB 1963-1967 in guidance (Mace B) and then Maintenance Control NCOIC. Nuclear power and radiobiological research after that. Finished my 30 years back at Hahn AB as the Base Food Service Officer 1979-1984. Good site here, but lots of names I don't recognize. That can be remedied!
Richard Weigert wrote on February 15, 2000 at 5:13 pm
Stationed at Hahn AFB from Nov. '57 to Aug. '59. Worked at 'A' Flight Launch.
Elvin Kellum wrote on February 15, 2000 at 1:16 am
Was stationed at Hahn AB from Nov 62 to Nov 65 and worked at Site 6.
Art Young wrote on February 12, 2000 at 3:45 am
Assigned 38th TMW SP from 1958 thru 1960. Stationed at Sembach and at Hahn.
RAYMOND M. CLARK wrote on February 12, 2000 at 2:02 am
Please put me on your mailing list and advise me of ANY costs,IE, membership,etc.Also will advise on the re-union in DALLAS, ASAP. I later rotated to VANDENBERG AFB into the 395th ,TITAN Missile Sqdn. in NOV. of 1958. Retired from the MINUTEMAN at Malstrom AFB, MT. in 1973 and returned to my home state of CALIF. 1974 'Sometimes sorry I left MONTANA' TOO MANY PEOPLE HERE NOW..... REGARDS,RAY
Rod Ries wrote on February 11, 2000 at 9:49 pm
At Sembach A B Germany June 63 to 65. Worked in the flight controls hanger mostly.
Charlie Stone wrote on February 11, 2000 at 7:40 pm
Great site. Love the pictures and seeing familiar faces after so long. 587th MMS 1/62 - 10/63 586th MMS 10/63 - 12/64