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651) Dave Stone  Male
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Central Ohio
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Thursday, 23 July 2015 21:56 Write a comment Send E-mail

Does anyone else remember the payroll for Torrejon being lost due to a terrorist hijacking sometime between June and September 1970? I was TDY from Dover, assigned to the 625th MASS and was paid during that time under endorsed travel orders which I presented to CBPO each month for my pay. This was done rather than transfer my pay records for the short TDY. I remember being one of the few having money on that pay day and having my choice of stereo gear at the BX while permanent party personnel had to wait some time for their money.

Dirk den Hartog Friday, 24 July 2015 05:04
HI Dave, I was there from 65-68 625 MASS flightline mech. You remember the blue tubes they told us not to open? Total bullshit. I opened mine many times. It was a scare tactic

Dave Stone Friday, 24 July 2015 20:40
Dirk,
Yes, I remember that warning also. It was said that the paper and ink was of a special kind that would be damaged upon human contact. Upon graduating from tech school, we were given ours with orders to safeguard them with our lives. When I got home, I discovered I had a classmates and when I called him learned he had mine. We passed them back to each other and all was well.

Dirk den Hartog Saturday, 25 July 2015 03:40
Dave, in 1970, I was at Offutt AFB and had orders to go to Wurstmith to be Crew Chief on KC-135's. I had gotten advanced perdiem for a school in Los Angeles but it was cancelled and they put a little piece of paper in the blue tube saying to debit my pay records at Wurtsmith. That piece of paper disappeared. So Sue me. wink

SXfWA Saturday, 25 July 2015 09:12
Your secret is safe with me. Don't tell anyone else, though. You just never know who's listening.

By the way, I note that you posted elsewhere here that you stayed in the aviation field over in Europe. Are you familiar with a airline from long ago International Air Bahamas? It had a route from Nassau to Luxembourg. My father was one of the founders.

Dave Stone Saturday, 25 July 2015 09:13
That last post was from me.

Dirk den Hartog Sunday, 26 July 2015 11:44
No,Dave, never heard of that one. I flew for Cargo Lion based in Luxembourg for a couple of years (flight engineer DC-8) but now defunct. I live in Netherlands and left the USA in 1989 to work overseas. first on Kwajalein Island for 4 years then to Germany flying for NATO contract based at RheinMain. Then in 1997 got Dutch citizenship back and got the job in Luxembourg, After that a 2 year stint flying for Ghaddaffi govt , VIP aircraft.Flew African Heads of State around worldwide. Nice gig. photos here.
Retired now since 2006. living in Rhine Valley in NL.
650) jess  Female
Location:
Madrid
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Sunday, 19 July 2015 15:46 Write a comment Send E-mail

Hello. My name is Jessica and I'm looking for my father.

My mom had a relationship with an USAF African American in the air Base, her name is Veronica. She became pregnant in 92 but does not know his name. I would love to find him.

thank you
649) Carl Sumner  Male
Location:
S. Florida
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Wednesday, 15 July 2015 17:35 Write a comment Send E-mail

Hey Stu K. I remember you. Blazing red hair. Was a real treat working for Teddy.
I learned a lot from you back then, thanks.

Stu Thursday, 16 July 2015 08:36
Glad I was of help to you then; blazing red hair no more!! I really couldn't take Rutherford one bit; glad I got out when I did. Form there I was assigned to McGuire AFB, NJ. (Great Assignment) Did you stay in or get?

stu Thursday, 16 July 2015 08:43
Also, check out #269, Bruce Austin

Stu Thursday, 16 July 2015 15:42
I saw the one with you and Cuzn Brucie. He was a lot of fun. Called me C. I stayed until 1975. Got married, got out.
648) Regina Williams  Female
Location:
Georgia
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Thursday, 9 July 2015 09:12 Write a comment Send E-mail

Torrejone AB Post Office, 82- 85. Any more PO workers on this site.
647) Charles E. Stuart (STU)  Male
Location:
Pennsylvania
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Sunday, 28 June 2015 22:06 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was stationed in Torrejon from 1980-1983, just looking for any of my basketball teammates, or friends
646) Jerry (Alligator) Garcia  Male
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Saturday, 27 June 2015 18:35 Write a comment Send E-mail

Anybody been to the Alligator bar in 1972/74?
645) Carl Sumner  Male
Location:
S. FLORIDA
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Friday, 26 June 2015 18:54 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was in the 401st Combat Support Group CBPO from Mar 69 thru Aug 72. I forgot to include Wally Reed as the Sax man in the Brothers Band. Also, I would like to recall some fellows who passed away over there. My good friend Herman May, was killed. He was in Supply Admin. Played sports and was well liked. Airman Gay was killed one night walking back to base from Torrejon Village. a car hit the group of people. Some got hurt bad. Peter Newton along with a couple of guys were returning to the base in a convertible MG Midget and the car flipped killing him and 2 others. One young Airman survived. I was asked to go to Madrid that night with them. I chose to stay at the barracks instead. Another friend named Rhodes, who was good friends with Stewart in Supply was hurt bad in a car wreck driving a brand new mini-cooper in the country-side. He was with 2 others GIs. His car hit a mile marker. One man was killed, Rhodes was hurt, and the other survivor walked away, ok. He was the same one that survived the crash that killed Peter and the others. They wrote about him in the base paper. Anyone remember these guys?

Mike Gaines Monday, 29 June 2015 11:16
Hi Carl

Don't remember these guys, but I arrived at TAB Dec 74. Worked in CBPO - Personnel Readiness. Left in Dec 77.Great 3 years...

Carl Sumner Monday, 29 June 2015 11:56
Hello Mike. I appreciate your response. I spent a short time in the Air Force Ceremonial Guard at Bolling AFB, DC from 7 2 to 73. Then Asst Base Career Advisor, finished up in CBPO Special Actions Unit in 1975. I really miss TAB the most. big grin

Mike Gaines Wednesday, 1 July 2015 08:46
Well, when I left TAB in Dec 77, was assigned to the Pentagon and lived on Bolling AFB housing... I retired 23 years Jan 1 1996 from WPAFB Ohio.

Stu Tuesday, 14 July 2015 17:25
Did you enjoy working for Rutherford? LOL When you came into that section, I was leaving for McGuire AFB
644) CARL SUMNER 
Location:
S. FLORIDA
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Wednesday, 24 June 2015 18:58 Write a comment Send E-mail

I was assigned to the CBPO Reenlistments
and Separations unit from Mar 69 to Aug 72. I played in a Band called The Brothers along with Rick Harris, Eugene Warren, Jim White, Frankie Castillo (Trumpet)and Bobby Washington. We had another Trumpet player and another singer named Bobby. Our sound man was Ray. We recorded the Original Funky Paella and Brothers Groove under Columbia Studios Label. We travelled from the north to the south of Spain. I miss the times and the friends I made there. Oh, we also played as the warmup band for the Bob Hope USO Show in the hangar.Such a blessing having shared your experiences in Spain and TAB.
643) Phil Hanley  Male
Location:
North Carolina
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Monday, 22 June 2015 22:48 Write a comment Send E-mail

Looking for old buddies
642) Rob Pullen  Male
Location:
TJ 401ST EMS AGE shop
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Sunday, 7 June 2015 17:40 Write a comment Send E-mail

88 to 90. Great memories. Anyone out there?
(217)320-9169 text or call

Mike Noel Monday, 8 June 2015 08:51
Worked in the base hospital from 1986 to 1989.
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