Submitted by Name: Howard "Stan" Poyas From: Spokane, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Served in USAFSS from 1961 to 1978. Started with the 6916th in Germany and ended my career in 1978 on the RC135's at Offutt AFB. Spent my career as an AMT with the best group of personnel anyone could serve with. It was the best part of my life to say the least. Spent time with the: 6916th SS and Det 76 Adana, Turkey 1961-1967 RC-130A 6985th SS Upper Heyford, UK 1967-1968 RC135 6944th SS Goodfellow AFB 1968-1969 6994th SS Det 2 Pleiku,DaNang Vietnam 1969-1970 EC-47 6947th SS Homestead AFB, Florida 1970-1970 RC-130A 6949th SS Offutt AFB 1970-1973 RC-135's 6994th SS Nakohm Phenom, Ubon Thailand 1973-1974 EC-47 6944th SW Offutt AFB 1974-1978 RC-135's Wish the best for all and keep up the great work. It is the best job in the Air Force.
Added: June 11, 2012
Submitted by Name: C.V. "Clint" Clinon From: Originally from New York, Retired in California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Served with 6913th Security Group, Bremerhaven Germany, 1964-66
Submitted by Name: Matthew J. Russel From: Lincoln, NE, later Rochester NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was at Kaufbeuren, Germany, later moved to Sembach, Germany. Served from 1950-1954, attended Russian Language School at Syracuse, NY, married a beautiful girl from Albany, NY, then overseas. Was S/Sgt, in charge of a trick of analysts in the field at Kaufbeuren, and then moved to Flight A, Sembach. Lovely time. Saw Munich, Paris, Venice. Later was discharged in 1954, Mechanical Engineer at Kodak, designed structures for Lunar Orbiter, authored 26 patents in copier field. Retired in 1991 with spinal cord injury. In wheelchair since. Would appreciate any email from former buddies
Comments: My Dad, Wilson C. Lowery, was in Security Service. We lived in Alaska, were the first dependents on Wakkanai, and San Vito Dei Normandi, Italy. My dad had strokes in Wakkanai, Italy, and then in San Antonio where he was stationed at Medina. He was medically retired in 1969 when I was 14 years old. Please contact me if you knew him. Phylo955@hotmail.com. Thanks.
Added: May 10, 2012
Submitted by Name: jerry danish From: linden nj E-mail: Contact
Comments: served 1955 to 1958 darmstadt dog trick worked in faxsimili had a great time :!cool:
Added: May 9, 2012
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.