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Comments by Paul Paine on Thursday, July 26, 2007 at 22:00 IP Logged
I was a Russian linguist for the Air Force stationed on St Lawrence Island (1959) and on Shemya (1961. Highlights of the year: picking up body parts after an aircraft accident, pulling KP to prepare meals for Canadian PM Diefenbaker, listening to Yuri Gagarin in orbit,non-stop poker games and watching as hundreds of small quonset were set ablaze.
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Comments by cwest on Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at 17:11 IP Logged
Hey All, I just spent 5 days at Shemya last week. This was my first visit and needless to say what an interesting place. They know that the way to a man's happiness is through his stomach, boy do they feed you well. Take Care.
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Comments by Harold Borland on Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at 16:51 IP Logged
I was an ASA antenna operator in the "bubble" during 1968..
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Comments by Dick Miale on Monday, July 23, 2007 at 22:20 IP Logged
I was a spook stationed on the island 1959 to 1960, first living in the old wooden barracks, then in the new building. We used to have a party shack in one of the old quonset huts.
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Comments by Tom Augustine on Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at 23:33 IP Logged
Shemya AFB was my first assignment after tech school - was there 1985-86 -communications admin. 702 --- Best to all - espcially "Stosh", Griff, Stoddard, Jay Finch, Bob Harrington, Chris Davis - I now live in Australia!

Comments by J. R. "Bill" Bailey on Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 15:31 IP Logged
I was very surprised to see my article on "Blood Chits" published after all this time. Dan Lange made me a member of the Shemya veterans although I served in VF-213 during the Vietnam war.
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Comments by kenneth l. fowler on Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 14:26 IP Logged
Spent my year on the rock Nov. 70 - Nov. 71 with the 16th Surveillance sqdn. (scope dope) Quite an experience; learned to play handball with an older civilian who worked with G.E. He was good, too!
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Comments by Teta on Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 12:25 IP Logged
Hello fellow Shemyan’s I was stationed at the Rock from May 1988 - 1989, thought it was great, I met some awesome folks to include my wonderful husband Bob…. I often think about Tom and Gladys,“Squeeky” Kenny Seiler,Russell Moody, Gonzo, Prody all the folks from the 616th APS, especially MSG Self, How may of you remember running the BX for the next 80’s CD and double dipping, and to all that had to endure my loud ass music from the 3rd floor. Thanks for putting up me my drunk ass..Till Tuesday
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Comments by Joe "RAP" Reynolds on Sunday, July 08, 2007 at 03:03 IP Logged
I was at the ROCK from Sept 86-87. The warmest day the entire time I was there was the 2nd day I arrived, it was in the low to mid 60's-(HEAT WAVE)!I was in the FD. 1 week or less the gave me a nick name (we all did). Does anyone remember "RAP" who worked on B-Shift, then the Alarm Room, then B=Shift (or was it B=shift then A-Shift).Jay Thomas.Mark O'Dell.Billy Hughes.Mark Palm, Joe Whitten.(Pete Garcia.. you email did not work)..Bon Fires on the Beach.Who was station mascot? LazerTag anyone????
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Comments by michael karraker on Friday, July 06, 2007 at 15:14 IP Logged
I was the deputy commander at Shemya when we shut it down in 1995. Great assignment
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