Radomes Guestbook V3.0
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Prior months' guestbooks:
Name: Lindsay M. Harrington
One of the best website regarding military service. I served with the USAF with the 966th AEWC Sqn. at McCoy AFB, FL from 1/67 to 1/68, then I was assigned to Hopedale AFS, Labrador with the 923rd ACW Sgn from 1/68 to 3/68. Then was assigned to the 667 ACW Sqn. Hofn, Iceland from 4/68 to 1/69. I then joined the USAFR in 9/72 with the 79th AEWC Sqn at Homestead AFB, FL and served with them until closure of the 79th. I was also assigned as a civilian with the 31st ADA (Hercules/Hawk) at Homestead for about 1 year. The 31st. was closed by Pres. Carter in September 1979.
Name: John Tianen
To Howard Phillips...
Name: Howard J PHILLIPS
FOR JOHN TIANEN_ JOHN, THE 638TH WAS AT BONAPARTE WASHINGTON WITH A TPS 1B- ACTIVATED IN 1950- INFO FOUND IN LASH-UP SECTION OF RADOMES. NO LUCK FINDING THE 652ND. MY OWN LASH-UP EXPERIENCE WAS ONE YEAR IN DET2 632ND-(GALENA ALASKA--PRE- CAMPION).
Name: John Tianen
I was going through some papers of my late stepfather and found a lot of old orders and other items related to his years in the Air Force. He was a WWII Army vet who was released from the service in 1945. In early 1948 he reenlisted in the then new Air Force. Based on his old Army rank, he entered as a SSgt. His initial assignment was with the 638th Tactical Control Squadron which appears to have been a part of the 506th Tactical control group based at March AFB in CA. By 1949 he was assigned to the 652nd AC&W Squadron which was a part of the 539th AC&W group in Orlando, FL. Later he was assigned to Mitchell Field on Long Island, NY. Sometime in 1950 he was assigned to the 655th AC&W lashup site located on Pine Camp (now Fort Drum) near Watertown, NY. It was there he met my mother (a widow) and married her in 1951. He was honorably discharged from the AF in 1951 for medical reasons. I searched Radomes for both the 638th and 652nd squadrons but found nothing related to their then locations.
Name: Wayne Grover
Looking for widow of James Trevathon from Giebelstadt Germany circa 1956-57. 561 968 9261