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Comments by Constance Brown on Saturday, August 18, 2007 at 12:22 IP Logged
I was in the Air Force and stationed @ Shemya AFB in 1980.It was neat to find this web site.
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Comments by Timothy Page on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at 15:40 IP Logged
My dad served in Shemya in 1944 with Patrol Bombing Squadron 120. Here are some names of the men he flew with: C.W. McCord, Bernard Breckner, J.W Watson, Chuck Wittekried(?), L.B. Maxwell, K.G. Dutton, CMDR F.G. Reynolds and E.C. Marlin. If any of these names seem familure please email me. Tim Page 8/15/07
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Comments by Janet L. Clymer Zink on Friday, August 10, 2007 at 19:26 IP Logged
My father, Chester D. Clymer was stationed on Shemya during WWII.He was with Company A, 532nd EB & SR. I would like to know more about this, but he is deceased.
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Comments by Randy Solomon, MSgt, USAF Ret. on Friday, August 10, 2007 at 06:48 IP Logged
I was an air traffic controller (Troll) on the Rock from Aug 1990 - Aug 1991. I remember the base commander giving people comp time when the sun shined and playing softball with the orange ball in the fog.
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Comments by Richard Wilson on Friday, August 03, 2007 at 18:32 IP Logged
AFB Feb 74 Feb 75 in the Base Fire Department as a Fire Inspector. If you were there in 74/75 you probably seen me inspecting your area or facility. During the big 'quake on Feb 1, 75, I was on the 3 floor of the barrack across the street from building 600, wow what a ride. My time was up one week after the 7.5 earth quake and left on the first flight departing the island after the quake. I took a number of photos and movies of the island during the year I was there.
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Comments by Catherine Nielsen on Wednesday, August 01, 2007 at 19:09 IP Logged
I was stationed on Shemya in 1994 as part of Det 1, 55th Operations Group. The year I was there the Det was there. I still remember my time there fondly.
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Comments by Steve Edwards on Wednesday, August 01, 2007 at 16:58 IP Logged
They say twice is a charm, was at the 6984th in 1969 and 1970 as a 202Xo. The back in 1975 with DOD Anders and BFEC as a 202X0. While with BFEC I ran the BFEC Smokehoiuse (old Officer club behind the AAFJOG). Powdered eggs, glass balls and booze (not the dog), fond memories all.
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Comments by Jim Sweeney TSgt Retired on Tuesday, July 31, 2007 at 00:02 IP Logged
Served on Shemya in the 59-60 period. Was SSgt in Traffic Analysis section. NCOIC of AF, while a Sgt named Spaulding from Tuckahoe, NJ was NCOIC of Army guys. We both reported to an Army Lt. named Blanchard, nick-named "squeaky". Worked KL7FBI in MARS shack in my off-duty hours running phone patches back to states. Worked the station from Pa. several years ago and they still had the Collins transceiver from 1960 days. Still a ham, call is W3DCT.
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Comments by Patricia Johnson on Friday, July 27, 2007 at 10:52 IP Logged
Me an my Daughter were looking at islands in alaska. I grewup in anchorage with my family. My dad work on the pipline for years. I live in a small call Quitman Ga. I miss alaska so my. I was showing my daughter a satlite view of alaska and we started looking at the little islands and saw your. I would love to be were you are.I would love to get a e-mail from you..Thanks for you time..Patrica
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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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