Veterans

August 28, 2014

Reunions

Sept. 7-9
603rd AC&W Radar Sqdn (Germany, 1960-1966)
Kansas City, Mo.
For more information, contact Roger Kirby at 417) 358-3654 or email rakmak@sbcglobal.net.

Sept. 9-14
58th Ftr Assn (58th & 474th, WWII-2014)
Norfolk, Va.
For more information, contact Jean Kupferer at (812) 945-7649 or email jkupferer@twc.com.

Sept. 10-15
Army Air Corps Pilot Classes of WWII
St. Louis, Mo.
For more information, contact Stan Yost at (239) 466-1473.

Sept. 10-14
Pleiku AB, Vietnam
Charleston , S.C.
For more information, contact Harry Beam at (724) 745-9129 or email hbeam065@yahoo.com.

Sept. 10-14
49th Ftr Sqdn Assn (WWII-2014)
Dayton, Ohio
For more information, contact Ron Morrissette at (972) 530-4647 or email ronmorr1@verizon.net.

Sept. 10-13
4th Ftr Interceptor Wing 334th, 335th & 336th Ftr Interceptor Sqdns & Support Personnel
Goldsboro, N.C.
For more information, contact Carlo Romano at (301) 593-2266.

Sept. 11-13
51st Ftr Interceptor Wing Assn
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
For more information, contact Ernie Stroud at (803) 475-2654 or email erniesth@windstream.net.

Sept. 11-14
57th Alumni Assn (TCS, MAS, AS & WPS)
Branson, Mo.
For more information, contact Woodie Hall at (239) 850-1758 or email alumni57th@gmail.com.

Sept. 11-14
366th SPS K-9 (Da Nang AB, Vietnam)
Mountain Home AFB, Idaho
For more information, contact Steven Luz at (209) 668-4787 or email luz7963@yahoo.com.

Sept. 11-14
49th FIS (49th FSA)
Dayton, Ohio
For more information, contact John Jannazo at (850) 974-4459 or email john.jannazo@cubic.com.

Sept. 12-14
UPT Class 83-03
Reno, Nev.
For more information, contact Dale Goff at (304) 415-8685 or email dale.goff3@gmail.com.

Sept. 12-15
36th TFW & 525th FIS
Seattle, Wash.
For more information, contact Dean Yarolimek at (636) 447-5029 or email d.yarolimek@sbcglobal.net.

Sept. 13
773rd Radar Sqdn (SAGE)
Montauk, N.Y.
For more information, contact Spencer Kuratomi at (252) 675-2827 or email sr2kuratomi@yahoo.com.

Sept. 14-18
60th Trp Carrier Grp & C-119 Vets (1950-1961)
Branson, Mo.
For more information, contact Paul Baldwin at (254) 694-2267 or email dbaldwin@hillsboro.net.

Sept. 15-19
79th Tact Ftr Sqdn (RAF Woodbridge, England)
Dayton, Ohio
For more information, contact Roy Schmidt at (859) 746-8289 or email chillie764@aol.com.

Sept. 16-18
508th Air Refueling Sqdn (Turner AFB, Ga.,1953-1957)
Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
For more information, contact Roy Livesay Jr. at (937) 754-1090 or email rlivesay@sbcglobal.net.

Sept. 16-18
2nd, 5th Mule Train
Nashville, Tenn.
For more information, contact Roger Robertson at (760) 245-0201 or email rdrcc@msn.com.

Sept. 16-19
AF Postal and Courier Assn
New Orleans, La.
For more information, contact Ernie Smith at (904) 824-3759 or email
esmith-6@comcast.net.

Sept. 17-21
5th Bomb Group (H) Assn (WWII)
San Antonio, Texas
For more information, contact Richard O’Brien at (636) 287-3813 or email barbrich79@aol.com.

Sept. 17-21
Air Weather Recon Assn
Biloxi, Miss.
For more information, contact Bernie Barris at (210) 696-5072 or email bbarris@aol.com.

Sept. 17-21
USAF Sec Police Assn
Seattle, Wash.
For more information, contact John Probst at (888) 250-9876 or email jprobst@msn.com.

Sept. 18-21
RAF Upper Heyford U.S. Mil Vets (1951-1993)
Dayton, Ohio
For more information, contact Sherry Mills at (719) 596-5706 or email sherry@completereunion.com.

Sept. 18-20
768th AC&W Sqdn
Moriarty, N.M.
For more information, contact Jose Perea at (303) 433-7551 or email moriartyreunion@gmail.com.

Sept. 18-20
Nuclear Wpns Techs Assn
Knoxville/Oak Ridge, Tenn.
For more information, contact Robert Welz at (502) 645-3181 or email rwelz@aye.net.

Sept. 18-20
61st Ftr Interceptor Sqdn (Newfoundland, 1950s)
Mount Clemens, Mich.
For more information, contact Charles Christianson at (763) 360-5681 or email cncask4it@gmail.com.

Sept. 18-21
451st, 44th Bomb Grps
Oklahoma City, Okla.
For more information, contact Winson Jones at (425) 223-2101 or email winjones@comcast.net.

Sept. 19-22
Wheelus AB Tripoli, Libya
Dayton, Ohio
For more information, contact Judy Martin Moore at (276) 728-5391 or email jmmoore919@aol.com.

Sept. 19-20
6th Bomb Wing (Walker AFB)
Roswell, N.M.
For more information, contact Bobby Pike at (479) 452-7191 or email bbpik@aol.com.

Sept. 21-25
Distinguished Flying Cross
Clearwater Beach/St. Petersburg, Fla.
For more information, email John Appel at johneappel@yahoo.com.

Sept. 22-26
6952nd RSM
Las Vegas, Nev.
For more information, contact Harry Hathhorn at (208) 420-5824 or email harryhat2@msn.com.

Sept. 22-27
405th Bomb Sqdn (Laon, France)
Branson, Mo.
For more information, contact Bob Wootten at (785) 242-8187 or email bawootten@yahoo.com.

Sept. 22-27
78th Air/Security Police Sqdn
Gettysburg, Penn.
For more information, contact Don Dalquest at (785) 748-0650 or email doke1418@live.com.

Sept. 22-25
501st Tact Cntl Grp Assn & Mbr Sqdns (Germany)
Gatlinburg, Tenn.
For more information, contact Ron Anderson at (701) 293-5473 or email halron117@aol.com.

Sept. 22-27
78th Air/Sec Police Sqdn (Hamilton AFB, CA, 1960-1973)
Gettysburg, Penn.
For more information, contact Don Dalquest at (785) 748-0650 or email doke1418@live.com.

Sept. 25-28
6th Bomb Grp Assn (Tinian, 1944-1945)
Baltimore, Md.
For more information, contact Glenda Richards at (951) 233-4516 or email grr41797@msn.com.

Sept. 26-28
48th TFW (RAF Lakenheath, AFSC 462×0 Bomb Loaders, 1960-1970)
Carroll, Iowa
For more information, contact Darryl White at (316) 529-8887 or email dmwhite209@att.net.

Sept. 28-Oct. 1
623rd AC&W Assn (Okinawa, 1946-2014)
Charleston, S.C.
For more information, contact Stan Duro at (843) 650-4969 or email sduro@att.net.

Sept. 28-Oct. 3
Westover AFB AF Spec Projects Production Facility (AFSPPF) – 8th Recon Tech Sqdn, 497th Recon Tech Grp, 6594th Test Sqdn, 7405th Support Grp & 7499th Support Grp
Dayton, Ohio
For more information, contact Dick Temple at (703) 786-4743 or email commander77dt@aol.com.




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