Radomes Guestbook V3.0
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Name: Jerry Lowery
I was stationed on 3 different AC&W sites between 1956 and 1960. They were 610th squadron Mount Subriyama Japan, 864 squadron Yuma Arizona and 919th squadron Saskatoon Mt. Alberta Canada. I would like to hear from any Airmen stationed at these sites during this period.
Name: Jack Kerr
I have had a patch made for the 2012 AEW&C Connie Reunion. They are available for a donation of $3.00 each any profit made will be put in AEW&C Reunion Postage and Stationary fund.Note I do not have any Wing or Squadron Patches.
Name: Ron Remark
756 ac&ws radar maint.
Name: Raymond Heinz
I noticed that Major Hollis Cash has signed onto the Guest book. He was my Squadron Commander (148th AC&W Sq) in 1952. I was released from active duty on 25 Dec 1952. I would to hear from him. He has no email address listed.
Name: Robert Lake
Just found this site. I was stationed at the 640th AC&W Sq Stephenville, Nfld from June 1968-Sep 1969.
Name: David Ikonen
Spent 2 yrs at Chandler AFS Jun 64- Jun 66. Went from there to Monkey Mountain for a year then discharged.
Name: David Houston
Lackland-Basic 2/1957 Keesler-rader op school-grad.June 1957 Otis AFB-962nd AEW&C 7/57-8/58 Cape Makkovic, Labrador 923rd ACW det.1--9/58-9/59
Name: Ron Larson
About a month ago watched the TO of the EC-121T super Connie from the Camarillo airport. This will be the last flight of any of the old radar EW planes. Mentally went thru the old maintenance procedures that I would be performing when I flew them back in 1954, 55. Shared the experience with a couple of Navy Willie Victor fliers, other than that, pretty decent guys. Lovely roar to the old 3350 engines.
Name: Artie Natale
Name: Coy Pierce
I was at red cliff from 1955 to 1957
Name: Leonard James Andrescavage
Was stationed 645 Radar Sq. 1963-1965 Ground Comm. Repairman Patrick AFB Cocoa Beach Florida. 618-457-6835. Last Job before retiring was engineer designing. Nosecones (Radomes) for missiles
Name: Dick Gaarenstroom
I am researching the 7 Radar Stations located in Oregon from 1950 to the present. I am looking for personnel who manned these Radar Stations and their stories, pictures, friendships and experiences during their service.
Name: Tracy Nieser
Stationed there in 1957 - 58 as ground comm maint. maybe 1958 - 1959. ??
Name: Raymond Thibodaux
I was station at 735th AC&W in 1957 thru 1958.
Name: JOSEPH T. HOWZE
END OF 1957-1958 PART OF THE FIRST 100 USAF AIRMEN AT MT. LOLO.
Name: john colson
I served on old smokey all of 1952
Name: Marilee Davis
I was wondering if any of you remember Alan F. Gianotti who served at Point Arena in 1952-1953. He became ill in early May and was sent to Hamilton AFB and from there home to Portland,OR where he died on May 19,1953 of acute leukemia. There was a memorial for him on the base. Some of his co- airmen were an honor guard at his burial. We have some pictures of Alan with his friends and even with a pet deer named Bambi.Thank you for your many kindnesses.
Name: ross mcdaniel-(mac )
Stationed in nue ulm ( turkheim ) Radar unit 1958& 1959 -
Name: Jay Turner
I worked in Site Support (Supply) from 1977 to 1979 and PCSd to Beale. Point Arena was the "Real Air Force" as far as I was concerned. I loved it there. It is to bad it had to close. I would have stayed the forever.