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served 6985th SS 1964 to 1967 mostly charlie flight
left Air Force in April 1967 worked Pan Americn Airway in Fairbanks until 1968 the worked on DEW line for year came back to lower 48 and have never returned to Alaska
if you remember me please contact me am very proud of my service and the many memories :o


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Was in USAFSS in 62-63 in Pakistan, 6937 th Comm Group.

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Hi, stumbled on this site a few days ago. Trained as a morse intercept op at Keesler, then to 6910th RGM in Sembach Germany in 1958, our hill was in Grunstadt. Then to Tuslog Det 3-1, 6933rd RGM, Trabzon, Turkey 1959, to Kelly HQ SS 1960, then to Goodfellow, 6940th for AZK292x RFP tech school 1960, then to Alaska, 1961 to 1964, 6981st RGM, later 6981st Security Group. Got out March 27, 1964, 2 hours before the Great Alaskan Earthquake. I was discharged in Anchorage per my request. Enjoyed my tremendous adventureous 7 years in the USAFSS and all the assignments and travels. Much memory of the earthquake and aftermat. :!cool:

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Assigned 6950th SW RAF Chicksands as X1 1-'66/12-'67. Worked on "Charlie" trick. 2T'D to 6937th CG Peshawar, Pak. 2-'68/5-'69. Worked on "Dawg" trick as an 29251. My youth served me well in both locations. Retired from Union Pacific RR.

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SYRACUSE UNIV., 12-16 ONE YEAR, PART TIME AT "WANDA'S" THEN TO TRIPOLI, THEN TO LANDSBERG AM LECH, THEN TO WIEN STADT, "THE DUMP" THE VILLA, THEN BINGEN AM RHEIN, FINALLY AT GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. RUSSIAN LINGUIST, WITNESSED MIG DOING FIRING PASS AT TWA CIVILIAN PASSENGER PLANE, "OUT OF THE CORRIDER" 1955 WITNESSED FLT OF IL-28'S COMING OUT OF THE BALTIC, SIGNALED SEMBACH TO ALERT LEMAY AT GREAT FALLS, WITH '52'S ON THEIR WAY TO YOU KNOW WHERE. LIFE HAS NEVER BEEN THE SAME. RETIRED 12/31/11 AFTER 50 YEARES IN THE INSURANCE BUSINESS, 4 SONS, WIFE A RETIRED NURSE. LIFE IS GOOD!!NOW 82 AND LOOKING FORWARD TO CONNECTING WITH R/T'S. GRADUATED SYRACUSE UNIV., AB RUSSIAN STUDIES THEN 2 YEARS OF GRADUATE SCHOOL. RECRUITED BY CIA,BUT STAYED IN SYRACUSE TO RAISE OUR FAMILY.

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Greetings and Merry Christmas to all USAFSS Vets. I am most likely among the oldest of the recon flyers having performed my duties in RB29 #290 out of Yokota in '56 and '57. Those were the good old days.

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Just checking in on the site.

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This is a majestic piece of work you have presented to us with the five volumes. Excellent Larry and proud to know you and have had the opportunity to work with you both in the Air Force and in our civilian efforts. See you at FLAG in March 2013.

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6911th RGM 56-60, Comm Center, Crypto. Some of the best years of my life (with the exception of one S/Sgt.) Met and married my wife there 56 years ago ... Three children, plenty of grand and great-grand children. We serve our Lord with gladness!

I maintained the 6911th RGM website until November of this year. SA - LUTE ! ! everyone who served in USAFSS ! !

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Larry,

Thanks for your great histories of USAFSS. I was a 30452 radio maintenance puke who delighted in finding himself embedded in an intel organization. 6913th at Bremerhaven Jul-Dec 1959. Forced transfer to 6937th at Peshawar from Dec 59 to Sep 60. Interesting times there after Powers shootdown. (He took off from the Peshawar airport). 6981st at Elmendorf from Nov 1960 till Sep 1962 with TDYs to Northeast Cape and the AFSSO at Eielson. After discharge, spent 4 yrs in CIA including a tour in Taiwan with their U-2 project. Marriage to "dreaded" foreign national terminated that happy experience.


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