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There have been 95346 visits since 2006-05-31
This page was last accessed on 2019-02-21

Message Number: 1115 - Wednesday, January 30, 2019 21:35:00 EDT
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Name:  Tariq Ahmad
Current Location:  Reno

i went to school till 7th grade I remember going to this station with my dad

Message Number: 1114 - Sunday, January 27, 2019 06:02:56 EDT
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Name:  DLkMer
Current Location:  USA
PAS Tour Dates:  1979-12-10
Unit or Duty Section:  DLkRor

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Message Number: 1113 - Tuesday, January 1, 2019 17:46:09 EDT
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Name:  Robert Kelshaw
Current Location:  Lancaster, Pa
PAS Tour Dates:  Nov 66 - Mar 68
Unit or Duty Section:  Dog/Day Analyst
AFSC:  29450

Happy New Year to all of you out there still visiting this site, especially to those brother bandits that celebrated the holidays at PAS. Memories tend to fade with the passing of years, but there are still some left in my memory banks that I recall now and then that give me pride in knowing that I have spent time with some of the best of the best in circumstances that were not all that great, and yet if I were to be asked today to do it again, I would readily agree to do so.

Take care and God bless.


Message Number: 1112 - Monday, December 31, 2018 18:21:08 EDT
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Name:  Jack Mosca
Current Location:  caliland
PAS Tour Dates:  65 -66
Unit or Duty Section:  Chaplain
AFSC:  70150C

Happy New Year! Thru this site I have been able to keep up many old friends...thank all of you for the time you put into the site. Bob Keelen passed away in Aug of 18, he was stationed in Peshawar 66 -67. Good luck to all in 2019.

Message Number: 1111 - Friday, December 7, 2018 18:28:26 EDT
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Name:  Tom Abell
Current Location:  Lakeside Park, KY
PAS Tour Dates:  11/66-01/68
Unit or Duty Section:  6937th
AFSC:  20351 (Russian)

Just checking in, haven't beenn in touch for a while.

Message Number: 1110 - Saturday, December 1, 2018 20:36:34 EDT
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Name:  Andy Austin
Current Location:  Miami, FL
PAS Tour Dates:  Dec. 1961 - March 1963
Unit or Duty Section:  Bandits (ELINT)
AFSC:  292(294)x0

Good memories from long ago. Remember Stan Allen, Kermit Rowe, Jim Taylor, Donny Price, "Bonecrusher", and a lot of others! Great football games and the embassy dependents from Kabul. Now, a retired Environmental Engineer.

Message Number: 1109 - Thursday, November 29, 2018 23:41:49 EDT
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Name:  Matthew Clarke

Hi, my name is Matt and my father John Clarke was stationed at Peshawar in the late 1960’s. He mentioned that there are Comm Group 6937 hats available. I would like to get him one as a gift and I hope someone can help me acquire one. Please respond to this address or you may call me at 406-212-0053. Thanks for any help. I know he would really enjoy a hat.

Message Number: 1108 - Tuesday, October 30, 2018 16:16:13 EDT
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Name:  John M Jones Mike "Jonsey" Jones
Current Location:  Elizabeth, Indiana 47117
PAS Tour Dates:  Feb. 67---May 67 left early due to medical
Unit or Duty Section:  Able flight
AFSC:  292x1

Haven't been here for a while. Had some health issues last year and spent quite a while in hosp., but I am doing better now.

I was friends with Gary Rutledge(who is web master of this site). We served together in Alaska at 6981st, then both were 2T'd to 6937th PAS. He went 6 months before me, but we hooked up there and became good buddies. I also remember Harold Carmichael, also from the 81st.

I do remember one excursion up to the SWAT mountains where our bus was met by tribesmen, and then forcibly asked to leave. We obliged and didn't waste any time doing it. LOL I was only there for a few months, but long enough to realize that I didn't really want to be there. I went from 45 below zero temps to 115 in the shade. Quite a drastic difference and not easy to adjust to.

Spent a lot of time at the pool drinking lots of beer, played a little softball, occasional bowling, occasional movie, and lots of dits and dahs.

Was supposed to get my E-5 stripe in May due to being picked for 2T, but left early for medical evac and never did receive it. Bummer because I do get a disability pension now and the extra jack would have come in handy. LOL

Message Number: 1107 - Tuesday, September 18, 2018 13:24:03 EDT
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Name:  George King
Current Location:  Rock Hill, South Carolina
PAS Tour Dates:  June 66 - Sept 67
Unit or Duty Section:  Charlie
AFSC:  20250

I am not on Facebook but I have seen the picture of our "Departed Brothers" that has been posted to the 6937th page. I know of two Brothers that should be added:

Robert L. "Bob" Daisey Passed 8/25/13 in N. Wildwood NJ Tour Dates 66-67

Bart Croissette Passed 6/15/10 in Moorestown NJ Tour Dates 66-67

Maybe there is a Facebook member who checks this web site who can get this to Ted Altizer who I believe maintains the list of those who have left us.

Message Number: 1106 - Monday, August 27, 2018 20:55:18 EDT
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Name:  Charlie Barr
Current Location:  Maryland
PAS Tour Dates:  1963-1964
Unit or Duty Section:  OPN-F3/Reporter
AFSC:  20250

Reported to Charlie Flight TE section. Came as a two striper, left as a two striper and in between I became the TE reporter, trained two 2T SSGTs as my replacement, served as a Securty type on detached duty at the US Embassy being built at Islamabad. Did a CONUS imbalance tour at James Connally AFB (USAF trained Undergrate Navigators there), but it was at Waco, TX, Baylor University, where I went to night school. Then had to boogie as I gave flowers to all the secretaries and one was shacking with the Msgt what was in charge, so I put in for special assignment and got Crypto Maint training instead of back to Mother 69xx. Japan and far east was great, even a quick trip to Viet Nam. then got out and became a contractor for guess who. Spent time in England and Japan helping Mother 69xx except at the next higher level (civilian). Worked a lot of time at Mother's place and did some three letter support around the DC area. Have finally really retired, but remember Analyst don't really know anything, they are just guessing.

Enjoyed the ride - trying to run down some 202's that were there. And a 292 and 292x2 Bandit if they are around. Now at 75 years and still kicking.