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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
Shane d. Combs wrote on February 6, 2000 at 3:44 am
Went into MACE in 1958 and stayed til we closed down in 1967. Attended CCTng in Orlando 59-60, then went to Holloman to Det 1 in support of launch training.Sent to Sembach in May 62. Assigned to guidance shop, site maintenance and Quality Control. Closed out Mace in 1967 and retrained to AGM-28 Hounddog.
John Podlesny wrote on February 1, 2000 at 12:16 am
Great site. Worked the AANC in Sembach from '62-'64. Biggest surprise was when we got there, was finding out that the Wing had flunked about three ORI's in a row. The Saturday morning alerts got old after a few months.
George B. Kennedy wrote on January 26, 2000 at 9:29 pm
887TMS from 1963 - 1966. Great site and pictures from Grunstadt. Starting to see old familiar names.
Bob Stallard wrote on January 26, 2000 at 4:28 pm
Sorry used wrong URL address Correct is
Gary Sand wrote on January 22, 2000 at 3:26 pm
Hi Everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that we about have a lock on the dates and location for our Dallas/Fort Worth meet in late August. I'm currently preparing the next issue of the newsletter which will include all the info about the meet as well as the long- promised roster of member names, phone numbers and addresses. If things go as planned, I should be mailing it out about the 2nd week of February. I hope you will leave a place in your late August schedule for a visit with old friends. Gary
Roy H. Hixenbaugh wrote on January 22, 2000 at 2:46 pm
Ron Baird wrote on January 18, 2000 at 2:13 am
Paul A. Yadon wrote on January 12, 2000 at 7:29 am
I arrived at BAB about mid January 1956 and left about late November 1958. I was there when the missile burned in Tripoly. Some brave cowboy from armament roped the RATO bottle and dragged it off with a truck. When I first got to BAB the squadron was the 1st Pilotless Bomber (or Aircraft) Squadron. Malish flew back with our crew in 1958 and I was assigned to pet and comfort him all of the way home. I'm writing up all of my experiences at BAB. When I get through with it, I'll submit it to this web page. It's good to know that you all are here. A/1C (tired) Paul A. Yadon.
Joe Raya wrote on January 12, 2000 at 3:24 am
Joe and Gary...Thanks. You've developed a GREAT Site for us. Las Vegas was OK...Dallas will be better and Orlando will be Great!..Thanks again...Joe
Guy Chaney wrote on January 7, 2000 at 2:59 am
Sembach 1960 - 1962 was on launch crews at B-flight which was near Enkenbach. Original crew consited of
Charlie Palko wrote on January 4, 2000 at 10:17 pm
Just might make the reunion, Hardest part of being retired again is tring to figure out where to go and when to be there and how long to stay
Jefferis, M.K. wrote on January 3, 2000 at 2:10 pm
Dallas sounds good for RU in 9/00----- hope we can be there. 1st & 69th out of 6555th. MKJ
George Mindling wrote on December 31, 1999 at 3:53 pm
Joe, just browsed the new site, really looks good. I would like to add more to our 38TMW site, even fire one up for the B Bird people at Kadena (498th?), and possibly a Korea/Taiwan page for the Matador if there is enough interest. This is the best contact source we have had to work with yet. Keep up the great work! [Bitburg Jan 62 til Dec 65, Flight Controls; Lowry as Perm party, then back to Bush again April 68 til shutdown in April 69, GSC]