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..
Added: November 7, 2011
Submitted by Name: Burton R. Knotts From: Little Rock, Arkanssa E-mail: Contact
Comments: Larry, I was in the USAFSS from 1950-52, 1st RSM & 15th RSM, Japan & Korea. I have the 3 volumes, awaiting the 4th. The depth of research and details are amazing in your work. The interviews, mixed in with the statistical data, added a good change-of-pace for readers and researchers. I am honored to have you as a fellow Airman friend.
Comments: i was stationed at Hahn AB with the 6911th Mobile Security Sq 75-76. Trying to contact Bob Trussell from Tx and perhaps Moscow ID.
Added: October 28, 2011
Submitted by Name: ALAN J WILHERE From: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Larry,I just ran across your site, and want to read all your histories. Loved my USAFSS experience. Russian language school Indiana Univ, 64-65,Goodfellow AB 65-66, Misawa AB 66-68, Darmstadt 68-71, NSA 71-72. A classmate from language school recently tracked down most members, am sure they all would love to read your work.
Added: September 24, 2011
Submitted by Name: Cary D. Payne From: Douglasville, Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Darmstadt- Nov. 1967 to Nov. 1969 292x1 Dog Flight. Never had another job I loved as much. Except the rotating shifts ofcourse!!!! Thanks for the memories.
Added: September 22, 2011
Submitted by Name: Paul J. Fiske From: Allentown, Pa. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Good Evening, I served with the United States Air Force Security Service from 1958 to 1962 in Germany and England. Paul J. Fiske
Added: September 10, 2011
Submitted by Name: Paul Meske From: Michigan, California, Arizona and Idaho E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served in the USAFSS from 1963-1967, three years at the 6910th Security Wing in Darmstadt as a 202X0. Good memories of those times long ago. I found one friend with whom I served but would like to connect with others.
Added: August 29, 2011
Submitted by Name: Tom Price From: Amherst Va E-mail: Contact
Comments: Served 20 years in theAir Force with 18 1/2 (basic and Tech School and SAC the last year) in USAFSS 1964-1984. Flew 434 missions with just shy of 7000 hours as A294/A205. Great times and great friends. I have seen all the guest books and Iam a little dis appointed that not that many 294/205s have signed. I still recognize a lot of familiar names from the 20X careers though. Nice visiting and hope to here from friends soon