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104) William DeKeyser  Male
Dallas, Texas Location
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Saturday, 2 January 2010 20:39 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was born in Torrejon in Aug. 1958 and was wondering if anyone could help me find the hospital where. I also whould like to know if anyone knew my Dad. Capt. W.R. DeKeyser
103) RICK GRYBOS  Male
Denver, Colorado Location
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Sunday, 27 December 2009 22:55 Write a comment Send E-mail

Was stationed at Torrejon Air Base, Spain from 1987-1990. I would have to agree with others that TJ was the best assignment in the Air Force! Worked in the 625 CAMS Orderly Room as a Personnel Tech.
102) Pat Fink  Male
Lewisburg, Ohio Location
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Tuesday, 22 December 2009 16:58 Write a comment Send E-mail

401st FMS/EMS AGE 1979-1981 Remember the Rodeo Club(it looked good in pink)? Aviano, Incirlik (Dawn Patrol 1980). Good times. The smell of JP-4 in the morning.

David Serbe Monday, 19 December 2011 16:01
Hey Pat! I remember u. I was AGE (79-84). Remember MSgt Edson. TSgt Bob Ewell, etc? Hangar 4 heater never worked. FOD walks on a cold flightline. Lots of overtime but Spain was great!

Tad Riggs, Hospital 78-80 Sunday, 9 February 2014 23:26
Hi Pat, I remember the Rodeo club well.
101) Eric G. Trimmer  Male
Cocoa, Fl Location
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Saturday, 19 December 2009 18:06 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was station at TJ 625CAMS from 91-93 and went down to Roat NAS from 93-95.
Best time of my Life!

Fix spelling Sunday, 20 December 2009 20:06
That would be ROTA NAS.
100) JIM BLOSKAS  Male
Waco Texas Location
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Saturday, 19 December 2009 14:16 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was stationed at Torrejon From 69=73.Lived in Royal Oaks 122D.
Would like to hear from any one from
thar era.

Larry "Frog" Froelich Monday, 18 January 2010 14:13
Jim- I was with the 307th from Jan 69 to Jun 71. Lived on base and had apt in Madrid for a while with some guys from 441MMs and 307th.

BOB BENSON BHAM,AL Thursday, 7 October 2010 11:46

John (JR) Roberts Thursday, 18 November 2010 09:46
Jim & Annette, I was stationed there 71-73 and worked for you on the flight line.

Luther E "Luke" Tull Wednesday, 13 March 2013 22:32
Jim, I was there with you '69 - "74. I remember you well "Big Jim". Was in the Aero Repair shop except when in Quality Control. Hope this is still a good address for you. Best Wishes,

Marilyn Lowery Send E-mail Tuesday, 16 January 2018 10:10
any of you happen to remember a Luciano Christoforo "Chris". Italian stationed at TJ in 1969. Told he is my birth father. I was adopted by Scotty and Barbara Lowery. Not sure of my dad's rank at the time. They would have both been mid 20's. Both also did tours in Turkey in 1969.
99) Richard and Helen Burton  Male
San Antonio, Texas Location
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Friday, 18 December 2009 17:31 Write a comment Send E-mail

We were at Torrejon from Febrary 1958 until July 1961. I was in the 49th Communications Squadron (SAC) and worked as a teletype operator in the SAC Relay Center. I also worked in downtown Madrid in the Communications Center in the Spanish Air Ministry. We were one of the first families to occupy the brand new apartments in Encinar de los Reyes (Royal Oaks) We enjoyed Madrid and later returned for a tour at Moron/San Pablo in Sevilla from September 1963 until Jun 1967. We also enjoyed Sevilla and have traveled all around Spain. Would like to hear from anyone familiar with Spain in those early years.

Mark Saturday, 2 January 2010 20:53
My name is Mark DeKeyser. I was born Aug. 1958 in some hospital off base in Torrejon and want to visit and any information would be helpful. My dad Capt. William R.(Bill)DeKeyser was an engineer working on a pipeline outside of town.and I was wondering if you knew him.

Marge Thursday, 8 April 2010 21:38
did you know a large family with the last name of murphy?
98) Chris Quinn, CMSgt Ret  Male
RamsteinGE/ZaragozaSP/Florida Location
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I was lucky to spend 12 years active duty in Spain. First assignment was ZAB from '79-'83 in 406 CAMS as an AGE tech and supv. Met and married my wife Carmen there. Next was TJ from '90-'94, first in 401 EMS as an AGE CAT Leader and then Branch Chief until '92 when the TFW left, then in 625 CAMS/ALSS as AGE Branch Chief until '94 when we moved the AMC en route to Rota. Last was Rota from '94-'98 in 625 AMSS as AGE and Sortie Support Flight Chief. Now I'm retired and live in Florida and Germany, and spend several months a year living with/visiting my wife's family in Spain (where I am sitting as I type this). We still have many friends here, some Spanish and some former/retired military. We enjoy the food, wine, the beaches, and traveling. Of course it's quite a bit more expensive now compared to the old days, especially with the weak dollar vs the euro. But there are still a lot of great things here. I think the majority of people that were stationed here liked it and would come back if they could...

ERIC TRIMMER Saturday, 19 December 2009 18:01
Hey Chief:
How are you?
I don't know if you remember me:
Eric G. Trimmer
I live here in FL as well, Cocoa Beach.
Drop me a note, I'm on FaceBook.
Take care and Have a great Christmas

Frederick A. Babb Wednesday, 28 April 2010 09:29
I have to echo the Chief's words of thinking the majority of the people that were stationed here in Spain liked it and would come back if they could...

I was in TJ from 81 - 85 and loved it. I got out of the USAF in 89 after 8 years and came back to Spain. TJ is gone, but I was able to land at Moron AB near Sevilla. Love the place and live the life many probably thought about when stationed at TJ.

Allen Atwood Monday, 25 October 2010 21:52
I also was stationed at ZAB from 75-78, worked at Det 9, 67ARRS as the detachment clerk. I also married a woman from Zaragoza whose father worked on the bus that ran from the base to town. We currently live in Barrio de la Jota in Zaragoza and also have an apartment in Salou. I am on FB.
97) samuel f. horn 
Jacksonville, AR. Location
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Monday, 7 December 2009 12:37 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was stationed w/the 625MASS from 69 - 74 and returned and worked in the DCM Staff, 401TFW from 82 - 87. I've been back multiple times, not the same as it used to be. Tuesday, 22 December 2009 20:02
Hey Sam: Last I heard you were living and working in La Corruna. Now you're in Arkansas?

Joseph (Joey) Marcale Sunday, 2 February 2014 13:10
I think I remember you Mr. Horn,...our Maintenance Analysis office was next to yours, Programs and Mobility I think. I worked there from Sep 81 to Sep 84. My supervisor was Raymond Wagner and later Joe Avalos. For shop chief, I had Aloysius Pollack, then Robert Corchado, then James Greenleaf. You worked for Capt Camacho then Capt Harris later on.
I had a good time it was the best assignment in my 24 year career that ended up here in Elmendorf AFB Anchorage, Alaska in 2003. I have retired here and have been working for the US Postal Service.
It would be great to visit the base again and beautiful Spain as well.
96) Bill Serafini  Male
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Saturday, 28 November 2009 17:26 Write a comment Send E-mail

Stationed at Torrejon 1968 to Mar. 1970. Assigned to 98 Strat Wing. Worked on the flight line on ground crew for KC135's. Interested in hearing from guys I may have worked with.
95) Walt Okon 
Springfield, Virginia Location
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Wednesday, 25 November 2009 22:56 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was the Commander of the 2186 Communications Squadron, Torrejon Air Base, Spain, from July 1983 to October 1986 and assigned to the 401st TFW as the Communications Electronics and Air Traffic Control Commander. I was attached to the 613th TFS with Bear Evans. Torrejon was a great place and the 2186th was an outstanding unit. I am now the Senior Architect Engineer in the Office of the Secretary or Defense, Enterprise Architecture & Standards Directorate.

natalie kuranko Friday, 8 January 2010 13:31
are you Mike Okon's dad? I went to highschool with him. If so I would love his email (or tell him to find me on facebook, there's only about 8 Kuranko's there.) Natalie Kuranko. My email is natkuranko at hotmail dot com.

Jordana Kurtzman Friday, 20 August 2010 12:57
You were my commander - TJ was my first assignment. I still have pictures of you and your family and some ski place we went my first month there in December 1985 smile I remember that everyone in the dorms liked you b/c you had a good sense of humor. We had some board up in the hallway, and a few of us changed the letters around to say "Welcome to Wally World." You popped in a couple of days later and saw it - and you thought it was pretty funny. Scored big points with us! My old roommate, Lisa Johnson (still friends with her) worked in the chapel as the chapel guide. She just went back in the service after being out for over 10 years! Hope you're well. I'm on Facebook.

JAMES KIRKSEY Thursday, 12 May 2011 17:11
SIR, I WORKED FOR YOU IN IN THE COM SQ,IN THE ORDER ROOM. I TO HAD A GOOD TIME IN SPAIN.[email][email][img][/img][/email][/email]

Ron Delaney Monday, 8 August 2011 20:13
Sir, I also worked for you in the telephone and plans/programs workcenters. I also saw you in 1988 when you worked for TRANSCOM at Scott AFB. I retired in 2005 after 21 yrs and was stationed at Scott fro 1999-2001.

David Cox Tuesday, 27 September 2011 21:36
Sir, I never met you, but I do remember your name. I was in the Tech Control facility (2186) from Feb 1985 to 1987.

CharlesD Tuesday, 7 August 2012 22:30
Sir, I worked for you in the Telephone shop. I was only there for 8 months (one of my great Air Force mysteries). Best 8 months of my life.
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