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Old 02-16-2016, 08:40 AM
 
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I was at Glasgow AFB from December 1964 until December 1965, after tech school, 91st CSG (68550). I volunteered for Nam in fall of 1965. Orders came through for a co-worker, but he couldn't go because he was in the hospital, so I got to go. Spent a year a Phan Rang (partially at Tan Son Nhut) and a year at Tachikawa after that.
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Old 04-08-2016, 02:58 PM
 
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I was stationed at GAFB in 62 and 63, 91st CEO. Our barracks was Ultima Thule across from the 91st CDS barracks.
Anyone know me, Charlie Hayes, or Jim Bates, Ron Williams, Bruce Treague, Rich Nelson, Rex Gunnarson, Jess Isaacs?
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Old 06-24-2018, 12:13 AM
 
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Hi Jerry - I was assigned to the 91st CDS from Dec 62-June 64. Was assigned to "B" Flight Security and then later "B" Flight Law Enforcement. I have a "yearbook" from that era. Let me hear from you; we may have known each other. Art McCain
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Old 09-28-2018, 12:13 PM
 
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Smile Terry W. Browning

Wow! I can't believe this. I was also at Glasgow, went TDY to Guam, drove a taxi and drove Phyllis Diller to the Bob Hope Show. What memories! "These Boots are made for Walking" was a big hit as I walked down the street with a radio on my shoulder. Also in Security and flight line duty. Left there and spent the last 20 months at Ramey in PR. Security Control and Security Police Desk Sergeant. I'm back in Alabama, will be 71 in December, spent the last 23 years in Real Estate. I miss the Air Force and think about it a lot. Good Luck buddies. Wayne
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Old 10-30-2018, 01:21 PM
 
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I am just wondering if anyone that was in the Air Force at the base around 1965 would happen to know or remember a man by the name of Stephen Bredesen.
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Old 11-02-2018, 06:23 AM
 
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My name is Jim Miles. I arrived at Glasgow AFB, from tech school spring 1966. I was a 462X0 bomb loader with the 68 MMS. Went to Guam three times. ARCLIGHT. When the Base closed I went to Utapao. Re-upped, cross trained to 464X0, EOD, and never looked back. I found out about a reunion at the capitol. I had planned to attend, however things happened and I could not make it. Maybe next time. Talk about the COLD. I'm from up state N.Y. and it gets cold there. Glasgow is in a totally different meaning of cold. Something we all can ID with. Later!!!!
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Old 12-02-2018, 01:10 PM
 
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Hello, I was wondering if anyone here that served in the 91st Bomb Wing at Glasgow during the 1966-69 time frame could tell me why records would keep this location off my father's DDf214? My father, James Mallory served there during that time frame before getting shipped to Okinawa. At the moment records are not putting his service time and place at the 91st in Glasgow on his DDf214. Assuming that it's classified information, might be the reason why records won't put it on his DDf214, but the records section in St. Louis just says it's deleted. If anyone can message me about the matter, I would appreciate it. Thanks


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Old 12-18-2018, 09:39 PM
 
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I would like to hear from Bill and Gina Gibson. Yewell Cox I was there from 63 to 69. I now live in San Antonio Tx. Yewell
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Old 12-21-2018, 10:58 AM
 
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Greetings,
I went through basic at Lackland in '62, then tech school at Lowry Field in Denver, and was sent to Glasgow AFB in July of '63. I was in the 91stAEMS, Fire Control shop. I'm looking to reconnect with William Washington. I think he was a "jr" He was an A1C career man, a black man from New York. He was at Glasgow from around '64 to at least '66 when I got out. My son and I stopped at Glasgow AFB in '94 and poked around some. We came upon this unfamiliar building who's front signs were covered in brush and weeds. It was like Planet Of The Apes when I parted the overgrowth and saw the sign. It said "Base Hospital", where my wife was treated and which I hadn't recognized after 28 years. Peace, fellow vets. Don
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