Radomes Guestbook V3.0
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Prior months' guestbooks:
Name: Joe Minella
Hello, I was stationed in Germany 1967 - 1970 as a controller at two places. I was at Giebelstadt call sign was Wheaties, I think. I was moved to Birkenfeld when the site was turned over to the German military. Call sign was Scandalize. We used the 412-L system.
Name: Carol Abrahamian
I too worked at ARMISH-MAAG AFB HQ in 1970-1972. I worked as a Sec Asst G5, to Lt.Col.Kenny, in the office of Gen. Harold Price. I gather you mostly worked in the field and not in office at HQ as I don't recall your name. I had difficulty leaving Iran as I had a 1 year old son, plus a 4 year old son, and the 1-year old was born in Tehran General Hospital; my husband had died in 1971 at age 42 from a heart attack, and the Iranian Govt would not allow the boys to leave. Iran and Iraq were at "loggerheads" at that time, and they needed all boy children to use as seen fit for that time -- blowing up buried bombs in fields by having boys walk across. With the help of the USAF I was able to get myself and both sons out of Iran safely. I really enjoyed your photos and it brought back many memories of long-ago days. My 2 sons are now 50 and 53 years old and extremely successful in their fields. I will always be so grateful to the USAF and the officers I worked with in a time that eventually became historic. God bless you and your family.