Submitted by Name: Robert Schuster From: Richardson, Texas 75082 E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am a proud air force radio intercept analyst who served in Darmstadt Germany from 1960-1963 and who just discovered the 6910th site commendating our service. Regards, Robert Schuster A/1C AF13662595 W20250 3205 Wessex Circle Richardson, Texas 75080 214-621-7592 Cell
Added: May 8, 2012
Submitted by Name: Bruce McCabe From: Des Moines, Iowa E-mail: Contact
Comments: Enlisted 1960-1964. Served 6937th - Pakistan, 6917th - Italy, 6987th Taiwan. Loved it.
Added: April 16, 2012
Submitted by Name: Brian Tutor From: Pennsylvania E-mail: Contact
Comments: Looking forward to the final volume of the series. My father James L. Tutor:
Units (Army) ======= 9/51 126th Communications Reconnaissance Company 6/52 8612th AAU
Units (Air Force) ======= 10/55 6924th Radio Squadron Mobile “Tigers” 5/57 6952nd Radio Squadron Mobile 4/58 2045th AACS Group 1/59 6943rd Student Squadron 4/59 6988th Radio Squadron Mobile, APO 924 (TRANSEC Section) 8/59 6988th Radio Squadron Mobile, Detachment 1, APO 328 1/62 6927th Radio Squadron Mobile, Detachment 1 4/62 Operation “Farm Gate” Detachment 2, 2nd AVON w/First Air Commando Group 1/63 6945th Radio Squadron Mobile 4/63 6940th S.W. (Security Wing?) 11/65 6985th Security Squadron 10/67 6949th Security Squadron 12/68 6994th Security Squadron 10/69 6940th Technical Training Group
Added: April 4, 2012
Submitted by Name: Kathy Kiernan From: Currently Washington State E-mail: Contact
Comments: My Tante Jula's brother Erwin H. Meyer was a voice interceptor POW in Stalag Luft I according to the obit found at "Find A Grave." Please let me know if you have anymore information on him.
Added: April 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: Kathy Kiernan From: currently washington state E-mail: Contact
Comments: In particular, I'm wondering if he could have been working for the german side--he was still a german citizen when he went home for a visit in '38. A side note that I find peculiar is that my mother was an Aufseherin in a different POW camp.
Added: April 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: JOHN TAGLIANETTI MA CEPP MLIS From: AMBLER PENNSYLVANIA E-mail: Contact
Comments: DID MY TIME ON THE ROCK SHEMYA 1965-1966
Added: March 19, 2012
Submitted by Name: Ed Crook From: Gardnerville, NV E-mail: Contact
Comments: 1953-1957 Basic at Lackland, assigned to new USAFSS HQ Kelly AFB then to 6983rd RSM March AFB.
Added: March 2, 2012
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.