Radomes Guestbook V3.0
Welcome to the Online Air Defense Radar Museum. We hope you enjoy your visit, and that we have contributed a little something in the name of those who served. Gene.
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Prior months' guestbooks:
Name: Robert Sakowski
Was an instructor in sets at Keesler 1961-64. Taught weeks 31-33 (Antenna Positioning Systems & PPI Consoles). Stationed at 705th AC&W Sq King Salmon AFS, AK April 1964-April 1965 30352. Stationed at 702nd Radar Sq Hunter AFB, GA May 1965-December 1966 MCC 30372. Discharged with 7 yrs 2 months 10 days service.
Name: Wayne V. Wilkins
I was SSgt T30372 with four man Keesler AFB, Mississippi, TDY MAP training mission 4AST-30372-1 to 'Nam and Thailand. MSgt's Bill Cole, Lean V. Moring and SSgt John Wilson conducted training at Pleiku AB (Peacock) and then split into two man teams. Sgt's Moring and Wilson to CA Mau (Playboy) and Bill Cole and I to Ban Me Thout (Panama). Our stay at both cites was extended for TET-68. Bill and I also conducted training at Trang Sup (Penthouse)! I cross-trained into Inertial Nav systems on SR-71, F-4C/D and C-130. Retired E-6 '74. One the few 47th Bombardment Wing Association B-45/B66 members still alive!!
Name: M.G. Huckabay
I was stationed at Wasserkuppe, Germany 1960-1969. I was assigned to a Comm Detachment there. I was a 27270- Air traffic Control and we were the backup for the primary control of the Southern Corrider. I would be happy to share some experiences and have a few photos I could also share. M.G. "Huck" Huckabay SMSgt, USAF Retired MrHucksEmail@Gmail.com Las Vegas, Nevada