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Comments by Chuck Long on Monday, January 07, 2008 at 18:00 IP Logged
I was a Seabee stationed at Adak from 61 to 62. For some unknown reason me and two others were told to prefab some building material. We flew out to Shemya and install them in some top secret room at an Air Force base. Each day we had to wait until everything in the room was covered with black sheets, we were watched as we did our work. We were treated very well, ate food far better than we got at the mess hall on Adak, slept in our own rooms rather than a dorm. Air Force had it made.
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Comments by Michael J. Foy on Monday, January 07, 2008 at 03:53 IP Logged
I was stationed at Shema from 1975-1976. I worked at base ops and worked at the NCO club. Didn't really like my tour but would like to revisit for a week or so.
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Comments by William R. (Bob) Noble on Friday, January 04, 2008 at 19:33 IP Logged
How wonderful to stumble (and I do mean that) on this page! I've got stuff I'll upload..some pics. I was there Oct 1966 to Oct 1967..Army Security Agency. Haven't heard from anyone since I was ordered to Ethiopia. Bob
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Comments by Jason Mckinstry on Friday, January 04, 2008 at 17:01 IP Logged
ju 91-92, base commander voskuhl, fire dawg, chief mendez, america playing in new gym, racquetball, softball in anchorage, small sites runner up, tied to hydrant on day I left, I think we were first in new dorm, some swing at cobra den? Chilkoot Charlies in Anchorage, Amn Snodgrass, fire dawg roger mudd and a picture of dawgs he drew? Nine inch nails were big, bx needed more music, snack shop had great pizza...Anyone remember any of this?Was a big drinker 1st 5 mths, so memories are few!!!
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Comments by Roger Kellman on Friday, January 04, 2008 at 12:56 IP Logged
Was a SSSO with the 16th Surveillance Squadron from Sept 72 to August 73. Had a great time and remember the place very well. My additional duty was "SmokeHouse Custodian, so most of my 'free' time was spent at our 'smokehouse' which was right across from our building. Ordering steaks and other food, and keeping the bar well stocked. I still have a small jar of black sand from the beach. HAS ANYONE THOUGHT ABOUT HAVING A REUNION FOR SHEMYA ALUMNI? I'm in the Sprinfield, Mass area.
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Comments by David Beckstein on Friday, January 04, 2008 at 11:36 IP Logged
I was assigned to radio maintenance from July 1988 thru July 1989. Experienced the mess from the Exxon Valdies, a launching of Queen Match, a boat that ran aground, a minor earthquake and the ground breaking for building 598. I have a picture of the island I keep behind my desk. Why? Because I can look over my shoulder at the picture and say "Yup, that's what it looked like when I left."
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Comments by john ryan on Wednesday, January 02, 2008 at 09:09 IP Logged
I was on the rock from may 83-84. Heavy equipment part of vehicle maint. Remember the stump for a wind sock? Would like to hear from david foster, kieth mulch. Lots of fun and memories. We got so drunk one time that we got lost. How one could get lost on such a small island I'll never know. Does anyone have patches for that time period? I would like to purchase.
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Comments by Kenneth Lowe on Tuesday, January 01, 2008 at 09:03 IP Logged
TDY from Elmendorf Oct. 74 for 6 weeks in the welding shop.
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Comments by Steve Klosterman on Monday, December 31, 2007 at 11:01 IP Logged
Was at Shemya from Oct. 87 to Oct. 88. Was a fire fighter and worked in the AAFES snack bar. Alot of good times with alot of good friends. Most of what I remember anyway. Drank alot that year.
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Comments by Douglas C. Johnson on Saturday, December 29, 2007 at 15:33 IP Logged
hello, i was the FTD rep at the Cobra Dane from May 89 to June 90, i became a member of the "Double Dipper" club there! I HAD SUCH A GREAT TIME THERE! Mike Cross are you still pounding on doors? I'm kicking around in Hutchinson , Ks now. please email me if you remember me. hello Cobra Dane Space Command co-workers. looking forward to hearing from anybody checking this site more!
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