Veterans

September 4, 2012

Veteran reunions for September 2012

Sept. 3-5: 3rd A&E

Pensacola, Fla.

For more information, contact Dean Droz at (407) 957-2423 or email deandroz@yahoo.com.

 

Sept. 5-9: 504th Bomb Group (Tinian, 1945)

Minneapolis, Minn.

For more information, contact Kaz Barcynski at (252) 637-0587 or email mskb134@gmail.com.

 

Sept. 6-8: 20th Air Force (Guam)

Branson, Mo.

For more information, contact Rose Penrod at (217) 932-4286.

 

Sept. 6-9: 464th Bomb Group 15th AF (Italy)

Dearborn, Mich.

For more information, contact George Krynovich at (303) 366-0649 or email gkrynovi@aol.com.

 

Sept. 7-9: 18th MAS ALS

Cookstown, N.J.

For more information, contact Eddie Gajate at (856) 345-9738 or email alumni@18thBlueDiamonds.org.

 

Sept. 9-13: 656th Radar Squadron

Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

For more information, contact John Tianen at (520) 749-2220 or email reunion@mdougherty.net.

 

Sept. 9-14: Flying School Class 50-E

Falmouth, Mass.

For more information, contact Donald Post at (508) 539-7995 or email donpost1230@juno.com.

 

Sept. 10-12: Laredo AFB Instructors & Permanent Party Officers

Reno, Nev.

For more information, contact Don Hunt at (239) 281-5022 or email Donevyhunt@att.net.

 

Sept. 10-14: Brady AB (Camp Hakata, Japan), NSA and all eras

Helen, Ga.

For more information, contact Tom Morfoot at (770) 957-1085 or email mm30248@earthlink.net.

 

Sept. 10-13: 501st Tact Cont Group Association

501st HQ and HQ Sqdn, 807th Tact Cont Sqdn, 601st, 602nd, 603rd, 604th, 615th & 616th ACW Sqdns, 943rd Fwd Air Cont Sqdn, 555th Sig Aircraft Warning Bn

For more information, contact Ron Anderson at (701) 293-5473 or email halron117@aol.com.

 

Sept. 12-16:  86th Fighter Bomb Group Assn

Indianapolis, Ind.

For more information, contact Deborah Rose at (920) 339-8773 or email darosey@hotmail.com.

 

Sept. 12-15: 2nd Bomb Group 15th AF (Italy, 1943-1945)

Omaha, Neb.

For more information, contact Loy Dickinson at (720) 851-9663 or email Loy@denvertest.com.

 

Sept. 13-15: 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing Assn

Dayton, Ohio

For more information, contact Allie Craycraft Jr. at (765) 282-0010 or email alandjuanita@yahoo.com.

 

Sept. 13-16: 526th Fighter Squadron (Ramstein, Germany)

Branson, Mo.

For more information, contact Bobby Gunter at (479) 474-1756 or email bwgunter@cox.net.

 

Sept. 13-17: 366th SPS K-9 (Da Nang AB, Vietnam)

Colorado Springs, Colo.

For more information, contact Steven Luz at (209) 667-6010 or email luz7963@yahoo.com.

 

Sept. 13-15: 6994th Sec Sqdn & All Dets

Myrtle Beach, S.C.

For more information, contact Bob Hull at (740) 924-5261.

 

Sept. 14-17: 90th Strat Recon Wing

Nashville, Tenn.

For more information, contact Chuck Hale at (785) 760-3253 or email chucknhale@gmail.com.

 

Sept. 14-18: 320th SRS

Nashville, Tenn.

For more information, contact Chuck Hale at (785) 865-5794 or email chucknhale@gmail.com.

 

Sept. 18-21: 98th Air Fueling Sqdn

La Crosse, Wisc.

For more information, contact Ray Steube at (636) 528-3799 or email rsteube@centurytel.net.

 

Sept. 18-23: 316th Tact Air Wing

Hampton, Va.

For more information, contact Rex Riley at (757) 294-3253 or email 130rr08@gmail.com.

 

Sept. 18-21: 525th TFS & 36th TFW

Bitburg, Germany

For more information, contact Dean Yarolimek at (636) 447-5029 or email d.yarolimek@sbcglobal.net.

 

Sept. 19-23: AF Comm & ATC Assn (1938-2012)

San Antonio, Texas

For more information, Richard Sauer at dav.kovach@telos.com/www.afcommatc.org.

 

Sept. 19-21: 343rd Strat Recon Sqdn

Fairborn, Ohio

For more information, contact Paul Dolby at (260) 356-1761 or email paul343rdsrs@yahoo.com.

 

Sept. 19-22: 13th “Jungle” AF Vets Assn

Oklahoma City, Okla.

For more information, contact Raymond Perkins at (918) 269-1641 or email perk1922@yahoo.com.

 

Sept. 20-24: Shepherds Grove

Branson, Mo.

For more information, contact Willie Miller at (740) 886-6393 or email wmiller35@hotmail.com.

 

Sept. 20-23: 5th Bomb Group (WWII)

San Diego, Calif.

For more information, contact Dag Larsen at (949) 725-6460 or email omalarsen@aol.com.

 

Sept. 21-23: 6314th AP Sqdn (Osan AB, Korea, 1963-1964)

Las Vegas, Nev.

For more information, contact Richard Marcano at (347) 398-4390 or email rickmarcano@aol.com.

 

Sept. 21-22: 6th Bomb Wing (Walker AFB)

Roswell, N.M.

For more information, contact Bobby Pike at (479) 452-7191 or email bbpik@aol.com.

 

Sept. 24-28: 329th FIS ADC (George AFB, Calif.)

Las Vegas, Nev.

For more information, contact Jim Geddes at (702) 458-8549 or email cpines64@cox.net.

 

Sept. 25-27: 7th Avn Field Depot Sqdn

Branson, Mo.

For more information, contact Ted Blaylock at (573) 864-2120 or email jackblylck@aol.com.

 

Sept. 25-27: AF Postal & Courier Assn

Williamsburg, Va.

For more information, contact Purcell Brown at (937) 754-1848 or email purcellb777@sbcglobal.net.

 

Sept. 25-27: 47th Air Police

Fletcher, N.C.

For more information, contact John Watts at (828) 686-4648 or email pgchief@aol.com.

 

Sept. 26-30: B-57 Bummers Assn BLMF

St. Louis, Mo.

For more information, contact John DeCillo at (773) 429-1003 or email getdanet1@yahoo.com.

 

Sept. 26-29: Berlin Airlift Vets Assn

Ogden, Utah

For more information, contact J.W. Studak at (512) 452-0903.

 

Sept. 26-30: 4th FIW, 334th, 335th, 336th FIS & Support Personnel (Kimpo AB, Korea)

Phoenix, Ariz.

For more information, contact Andrew Whipple at (352) 259-7792.

 

Sept. 27-29: 508th Air Refueling Sqdn

Fairborn, Ohio

For more information, contact Roy Livesay at (937) 754-1090 or email rlivesay@sbcglobal.net.

 

Sept. 27-30: 12 TFW (Vietnam), 12 BG (WWII), 12 FEW/SFW (Korea)

Seattle, Wash.

For more information, contact E.J. Sherwood at (480) 396-4681 or email el.sherwood.biz@cox.net.

 

Sept. 28-Oct. 1: 57th Bomb Wing (WWII)

Baltimore, Md.

For more information, contact Pam Cosbey at (760) 625-7996.

 

Sept. 30-Oct. 6: 5th Comm Grp 934th Sig Bn (Korea)

Little Rock, Ark.

For more information, contact Chuck Siegismund at (501) 681-6762 or email sparkyarky@comcast.net.

 




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