Submitted by Name: Michael Brunn From: Penrose, CO E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just found this site. It's marvelous. I'm still looking for guys who served in the 6985th at Eielson AFB 1968-1970. I've found a few names, but cannot get their contact info. Basic training Lackland 1966, Russian language at Indiana University 1966-1967, Airborne training at Goodfellow 1967, Eielson AFB 6985th 1968-1970. I was supposed to be on the RC135 that was lost coming back from Shemya, but was grounded by the flight surgeon. We looked for those guys for many weeks. Lost some good friends on the plane. The SAC crew was awesome, especially the guys who landed us safely with only two engines still turning, blew seven tires skidding down the runway!!
Added: December 10, 2014
Submitted by Name: Harlen A . Floyd Jr. From: Chicago Il E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served with the 6917th Security Gp from 65 to 67, then served with the 6916th Scty Sqdn from 67 to 70.
Added: November 16, 2014
Submitted by Name: Terry Yurick From: Laughlin Nevada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served in the USAFSS in Misawa Japan from July 1966 to June 1968 and at Pleiku Vietnam from Nov 1968 to Oct 1969. I published my historical novel based on my experiences both in Japan and Vietnam which is now in the library of the National Cryptological Museum. The title of my book is AP Alley.
Added: November 15, 2014
Submitted by Name: Tom Adams From: Santa Clara, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served with USAFSS from 1958-1967 with 6925th RSM, Hq USAFSS, 6960th and 6980th RSM. Enjoyed every minute of my time with USAFSS.
Added: October 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Howard "Stan" Poyas From: Spokane, Washington E-mail: Contact
Comments: Well this old relic from USAFSS is still hanging in there and just wanted to send Best Regards to all in USAFSS and the present members of the present command. I was in USAFSS for almost 18 years as an AMT with my first assignment to the 6916th in Germany. Had a few rare trips to some rare places during my years. Norway and Iran. The organizations I was proudly serving was the 6916th, TUSLOG Det 76 6916th,6949th,6944th,6994th, Det 1,6985th The time I supported the mission, I could not have had a better group of airmen to support. USAFSS had such a great group of personnel and I was so proud to support them when they needed a wirebender. We had a few unique missions. My prayers still go out to the crew of 60528. I relive those days in command constantly and consider those days as the most important of my life. I could not have served with a better group of members of the AF. God Bless you all !
Added: September 15, 2014
Submitted by Name: steve j. solar From: Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Statoned at Iraklion AFS Crete Greece as a Morse Intercept Operator from April 62 thru Oct 63. Worked with some really great morse intercept operators. Wonderful tour.
Added: August 22, 2014
Submitted by Name: Robert Dale Matejowsky From: Sacramento, Calif. E-mail: Contact
Comments: To all who are part of the " The Prop Wash Gang". Iam Robert Dale Matejowsky the son of TSGT Glen Dale Matejowsky. First of all I would like to let you all know your all my heros. Second " Happy Fathers Day" to each one of you all. I miss my dad and have regrets that will never be resolved.But after reading the ulogy by Bill Mayan and after the one and only time me and dad sat and he told me of the Russians shooting our plan down right after it became disinformation as dad put it. I have a new found respect for my father and my hero. GOD BLESS YOU ALLL....
Added: June 15, 2014
Submitted by Name: RonSpikeFuller From: California E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: JOSEPH SUNSERI From: KENNER,LA 70065 E-mail: Contact
Comments: so glad our jobs can be spoken about.it remember how hard it was to get a job. was asked what did you do in air force. I would have to say cannot tell you sometimes I thought they thought I was the enemy funny now but not then
Added: April 12, 2014
Submitted by Name: Bob Boyle From: Denver E-mail: Contact
Comments: 6929 RSM Osan 63-64, HQUSAFSS/RIRAK 64-67