Submitted by Name: jerry danish From: linden nj E-mail: Contact
Comments: worked in the 6911 1955 to 58 dawg trick worked in the facimili section
Added: January 9, 2012
Submitted by Name: jerry grimes From: robertsdale, al E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just finished The Price of Vigilance - Great read - I was a 203 Chinese linguist at Yokota in 1960-1962 - flew the B50 and C130 both - Stayed in 7 years + and finished up at Goodfellow in 1965 - 56 months in grade for E5 when I left, pickings looked mighty slim for rank - think about USAFSS all the time -
Added: January 2, 2012
Submitted by Name: Tom Pack From: Madison, Tennessee E-mail: Contact
Comments: USAFSS from 65 to 69. Stationed in Bangkok and Udorn Thailand and Osan, Korea. Radio Intercept Analyst. I will be ordering Vol. III shortly.
Added: December 24, 2011
Submitted by Name: * * * Roberts From: Gallipolis, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Flew and did ground sites for 20yrs. served in Texas,Nebraska,Maryland and overseas in Germany and Crete. was a MA, MN and MC and also as an unofficial German. Best duty on flight status at 6916 and 6949 plus ground duty at 6931st on Crete. Waiting on vol IV.
Added: December 9, 2011
Submitted by Name: Ed Garza From: Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: USAFSS, the best years of my life as a 207x1. 1957-1958 Keesler AFB. 1958-1961 6910th & 6911th RSM, Darmstadt 1961-1961 6970th at Ft. Meade, Maryland 1961-1963 6937th Comm Gp, Peshawar, Pakistan 1963-1965 6947th Scty Sqdn, Key West, Florida 1965-1966 Det 1, 6922 Scty Wg, 6924th Scty Sqdn, Vietnam 1966-1968 6917th Scty Sqdn, San Vito, Italy 1968-1971 6921 Scty Wg, Misawa, Japan 1971-1973 6922 Scty Wg, Clark AFB, Philipines 1973-1976 6947th Scty Sqdn, Homestead AFB, Homestead, Fla
Added: November 30, 2011
Submitted by Name: Richard (* * *) Kale From: Kingman Arizona E-mail: Contact
Comments: Larry: Entered AF in Jan 53 (Sampson AFB) Attended Morse training at Keesler, selected to advanced training as Intercept operator, graduated and assigned to APO61 Landsbaerg German, 6910th, later changed to 01st and 05th. I worked in DF Control and Site survery. Left in 56, asssigned to 23rd processing center Kelly. Assigned to Turkey in 57 (Ankara), never heard mission there and Sqd relocated to outside Istanbul. While there TDY to both sites.Left Turkey in 58, assigned to Goodfellow, Instructor in X@ school. Left Texas in 60 for Pakistan, Outstanding mission, basicly same as Turkey, Left in 61(no assignment, they tried to get me to extend and bring my family over) Assigned to 62nd Troop carrier McCord AFB Tacoma, assigned to Combat control, Finally aftera year and a half, got assignment to Chicksands in 63, left in 67 for Alaska, stayed till 70, thean Vietnam, back to Alaska again and retired in Feb. 73. Love all my duty, not so much some of the assignments, but you take the good with the bad. Met and still communicate with so great people. Outstanding site and I will buy you books.
Added: November 15, 2011
Submitted by Name: Harry B. Davis From: Missouri E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served with the 6987th at LinKou from 10/57 - 01/59. I am extremely proud of the work that was done there, and throughout the USAFSS. Thank you for recording it's history.
Added: November 14, 2011
Submitted by Name: Ralph Gray From: Indiana, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served in the USAF from 1969-1973, attended DLI in the Basic Czech course, and was stationed in Darmstadt and Rimbach as a member of the 6910th Security Group (AFSC 20331).
After an 18 year separation, I re-enlisted in 1991 as a member of the Texas Air National Guard, retiring in 2007 as a SMSgt-E8.
My duty at DLI, Goodfellow AFB, an Germany were some of the most memorable times of my life. I am proud to have served as a member of the USAFSS.
Added: November 14, 2011
Submitted by Name: Dave Lally From: Chardon, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I went through Radio Intercept Analysis school at Goodfellow AFB in 1960. Assigned to AFSCC at Kelly AFB as a Nuclear, Biological and Chemical warfare analyst, AFSC 20250. Served with many fine men. Great memories of the Knights Courchant and the Friday night beer meetings, Illegitimus Non Tu Carborundum.
Added: November 11, 2011
Submitted by Name: Jim Miller From: Chicago, IL E-mail: Contact
Comments: Larry: I was originally assigened to Goodfellow AFB after basic in 1959 as a Personnel Apprentice (732X0) and got a 4 year tour at the IG Farben in Frankfurt and subsequent assignements overseas as a 732X0 on Crete 66-68) and ended up at Misawa 170-1973 with stateside tours at Kelly and Goodfeloow. Being with USAFSS was great and the personnel assigned with me were the finest..