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Entry: 32788
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
JOHNSON AFB 6920THAUG52,MISAWA JUL54

BILL DEANGELIS wrote on March 15, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: NORRISTOWN PA

Unit: 6920TH AND 1ST RSM JAN53-JUL54

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I remember from Jan 53 until the Spring it snowed or rained everyday. TheSwimming season was from Aug 1st until the 7th, when the water was still too cold. the 1st lived up to its name in sports, winning all the sporting events and having champion boxers(2). Captain Plyler(Oklahoma?) told his illustrious war stories of Chenault's flying Tigers flying both Chang Kai Shek and Mao to wage a common war against the Japanese.
The snow didn't get too high at Wakainai in '53-54, but I read where it set records the following year.

I remember S/Maj Benny Hom was a WWII Veteran, And there were two CO's during my period there, Col Brady and Col. Shepard. Sgt Hale had a short tour, and one man who was left Multi-millions and went home to settle the estate.

The Softball Season was played in cold and wind, atfields just West of the Barracks, specifically the Tin Quonset Huts,, that weren't really that.

Richard Roth, was in Personnel, Villeneuve 20370 and Major White and Madole in Ops.

Good memoraries all.


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Entry: 32760
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
BILLY KIRKPATRICK 1953-1955

BILLY KIRKPATRICK wrote on March 13, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: SWARTZ CREEK MI

Unit: 6920TH GROUP SECURITY SERVICE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for Dick Orpeza tenor sax player- Shiroi Airforce base Japan 1954

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Entry: 32573
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)

WAYNE RUPARD wrote on March 7, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: BILOXI MS

Unit: 336 TRS

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I was assigned to the 6925th RSM, Clark AB PI from
Jul 58 - 15 Sep 61. Retired 1 Aug 79 and taught at the Morse Intercept School from Jul 82 - Oct 86
One of my students (Damien Giess) was assigned to
Masawa in the early 80s. Came back to states and
also taught in the school. If any one knows him or his whereabouts please have him contact me.


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Entry: 32132
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)

PAUL REKSTAD wrote on February 17, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: FLAGLER BEACH FL

Unit: 34TH RSM TRIPOLI, LIBYA; 12TH RSM LANDSBERG, GERMA

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Anybody know any of the above? Anyone have any stories to tell?

Loved the snorkeling trips along the coast,East of the 34th, where we charcoal broiled steaks, drank beer, swam and snorkled in the pristine Medterranean waters. Remember catching small squids on one trip. We thought we were all alone on a remote stretch of beach when out of nowhere 3 "gooks", (Libyan arabs) showed up. We gave them the squid and some fish we had caught - including a small sting ray. They couldn't have been happier. The Arbolete Spear Gun, was the gun of choice in those days and a good one for its time.

Ken Higgins made a 10 ft steel rod spear and brought it along on one of our trips. He speared what he thought was a small sting ray buried under the sand, the thing took off, like a shot out of a gun, jerked the spear and line out of Ken's hands - it was a big one with about 6-8 foot wing span. Couldn't believe what we saw.

We often piled into Gary Bros' Morris Minor convertible with the big Italian Fiat Truck Horn -- he loved to watch the arabs scatter when he let out a blast - they wouldn't pay attention to puny car horns and you had to slow down or stop before going around them. The truck horn scared them silly. Trucks didn't slow down for anyone or anything.

Had many a good time in the outdoor Bier Garten, and at the beer tent toward down the road where the F-86 guys from Fuerst and Feldbruck(sp?)holed up during target training out over the Mediterranean. Lots of great memories from an interesting era in our history.

Cheers! Paul



Keywords: Friends: Gary Bros, MN; Ken Higgins, TX; Ralph Forrey, CA;


Entry: 32072
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
WAKKANAI , JAPAN -'52 TO '54

TED GRINSTEAD wrote on February 16, 2003


City and State: WEST COVINA CA

Unit: 1STRSM - B ( ? )

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would like to hear from others there at sme time

Keywords: 20330 at Wakkanai from Fall of 52 till Spring of 54.


Entry: 31758
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
BROOKS 8TH RSM CONTACT

REMO BALDISSERI wrote on February 6, 2003


City and State: FT. LAUDERDALE FL

Unit: 8RH RSM

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Hello - USAF 1950-1954 - I'm looking for any contact from anyone who was at Brooks AFB 1952-1954. I was a Radio Intercept Instructor stationed at Brooks and thus didn't go overseas. I did basic at Lackland, radio intercept at Keesler and ended a Brooks as instructor. I also sang at Brooks with the (get this) "Security Starduster" dance band sponsord by Colonel Towler. I sang at Fort Sam Houston with the 4th Army Band and did the weekly radio show for the Armed Forces. I used the name "Ray Marco" Any old buddies around? Please contact me. Ray

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Entry: 31417
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
26TH RSM MARCH AFB, CA

MONROE DAVIS wrote on January 20, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit: 2ND RSM, 8TH RSM, 26TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Any one out there who was assigned to 26th RSM, March AFB, CA. New Operations Building, Mess, and Barracks up on hill west of March.

Keywords: 2nd RSM 50-53, 8th RSM 53, 26th RSM March AFB 54-56.


Entry: 30789
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
DET 11, 1ST RSM 52-54

JOHN R. DIXON wrote on December 29, 2002


City and State: PALOS VERDES ESTATES CA

Unit: INTERCEPT OP

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments:

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Entry: 30648
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
MISSAWA/WAKKANAI/OKUSHIROSHIMA

WILLIAM (BILL) AKINS wrote on December 25, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 30635
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAFSS

CHARLES P. CUMMISKEY wrote on December 25, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: ANCHORAGE AK

Unit: 6981ST RGM

Service or Relationship: INTERESTED PERSON

Comments: Keesler AFB, Radio School 1949, 2nd RSM 1950-1952,
Hill AFB 1953-1957, 6981st RGM 1957-1969 - Yep, I homesteaded there. :-) Retired AF Nov 1969. Still in Alaska. Would like to chat with anyone that served with me and knows my ugly butt.


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Entry: 30260
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAFSS

FRANK DUFFY wrote on December 8, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 12TH RSM.6910TH SEC GP, 6900TH SEC WG

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Seved in Landsberg,Weisbaden,Frankfort dring 51-53.
Looking for anyone who knew Richard Chernow in
34th RSM (51-52)


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Entry: 30202
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
SECURITY SERVICE VETERANS

JACK GOSSETT wrote on December 6, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Anyone know of a similar group that covers Security Service personnel post-Korea? I served in Japan from 1957 thru 1961, and am looking for old budies who served with me. Thanks,

JG


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Entry: 30018
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAFSS

ROY GREENE wrote on November 29, 2002


City and State: TN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Entered AF and took basic at Lackland AFB March-April 1951. Sq 3705 Flight 974 Assigned to USFSS at Brooks AFB for only a few days. Shipped to F.E.Warren AFB (Wyo) for teletype school May-June 1951. Back to Brooks AFB as a casual airman in 6923 Personell Processing Squadron. Shipped to
Scott Field (Belleville IL) for Cryptography
school (Oct-Nov) 1951. Reported back to Brooks
and thence to Great Falls AFB (Mont) for a few
days to draw cold weather clothing for assignment to the 3rd RSM, Elmendorf AFB Alaska Jan-Mar 1952. In March 1952 I was shipped to Adak, Alaska with the 3rd RSM det 31(?) as a cryptographic operator.
In March 1953 I was assigned to Bolling AFB in
Wash. D.C., My squadron was billeted at Suitland
Hall in Suitland MD and I was assigned cryptographic duties at Arlington Hall Station in
Arlington, VA. I completed my tour of duty in
the AF at Bolling and was discharged in Mar 1955
And returned to my home in Tennessee. I also spent approximately 1 month in a school at 14th and "U" street in Wash D.C. prior to my assignment
to Arlington Hall Station. Any chance our paths
ever crossed?


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Entry: 29662
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RSM REUNION

PHILIP PERRY wrote on November 17, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit: 1ST RADIO SQUADRON MOBILE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: 1st RSM and affiliated detachments and flights will hold our 4th reunion in Dayton,Ohio and visit the Air force Museum and Korean war memorial in August 2003. Our last reunion was held in Biloxi, Miss. this past August. Contact me and I will add you to our members list and send you a copy of our latest newsletter.

Philip Perry
!st RSM newsletter editor and reunion coordinator


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Entry: 29594
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6922ND RGM

BILL MURANO wrote on November 15, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Jan'56-Sep.'57 At Yale, IFEL, Korean. Dec. '57 -Jan'58 at Pang Yang Do and K-14 flying in Goonies for Blue Sky. Now retired government lawyer. Bill M.

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Entry: 29436
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6922ND RGM 1956-1959

FRANK HOGAN wrote on November 10, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: MITCHELLVILLE MD

Unit: 6922ND RGM - COMMUNICATIONS

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: My name is: Frank Hogan, I currently reside in Mitchellville, MD; a suburb of Washington, DC
frank1@hogansolutions.com
301 456-8369

1954 Attended basic training at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas;

Communications at F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, Wyoming; and

Cryptographic School at Scott Field Ill.

1955 - First duty station, AF HQS Communications, Pentagon, Washington, DC.

1956 – 1959 Second Duty Station(s) overseas as an Airman First Class,

Cryptographic Specialist in the 6922nd Radio Group Mobile

AF Security Service, Special Security Office, Ashia AFB, and Itazuke AFB Japan.

Would appreciate hearing from anyone who remembers the good times, especially at the Blue Room.

I flew the C-47 "Blue Sky" aircraft on reconnaissance, a couple of time, but spent most of that era doing Special Security Office performing cryptographic functions.

I am looking for some old friends that were stationed with me 6922nd Radio Group Mobile (working out of Itazuke AFB and Ashia AFB.

I also in the Special Service and played football for two years with the Itazuke Greenwaves.

I would appreciate hearing from anyone who remembers the good times, especially at the Blue Room.

I would love to be informed of the next 6922nd reunion.

Discharged at Travis AFB Ca 1959.
Retire Federal Government, working as acivilain US Army for 20 years.

Frank Hogan


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Entry: 29109
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAFSS, 10 YEARS '51-'61

DAVID RICHARDS wrote on October 28, 2002


City and State: PEMBROKE NH

Unit: 6988 RSM SHIROI/FUCHU

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Basic at Sampson 11/51-1/52,37th Comm.Ga.F.E.Warren Wyo.Brooks Texas,Burtonwood.UK,
Hanscom Field,Shiroi AFB,Japan,Fuchu Air Station
Japan,Discharged Travis AFB Ca.1961...Most Assignments with USAFSS..Would enjoy hearing from
anyone who remembers the good times...


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Entry: 29069
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RADIO SQUADRON MOBILE

DONALD MARTIN wrote on October 26, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: ST. JOHNSBURY VT

Unit: 1ST RADIO SQUADRON MOBILE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Arrived at Johnson air base in April 1951, moved to Misawa AB in January 1953. Would enjoy hearing from anyone who served with me.

Keywords: Johnson AB, Misawa AB, Intercept Operator, 1951-1953


Entry: 28156
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
POSTWAR USAFSS; AIR FORCE ONE

ROBERT F. (BOB) DORR wrote on September 9, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit: 6929TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was an Air Force Security Service voice
intercept specialist (Korean language) in Korea
1958-60. I was in class K-9-10 at Monterey and
served at Osan Air Base, having arrived too late
to be assigned to P-Y-do.I flew the C-47 "Blue
Sky" aircraft on reconnaissance, but spent most of
that era doing voice intercept work on the ground.
All these years later, with a lot of my life
behind me, I'm now the author of a book on a
different Air Force topic. I'm very proud of
it......

Friends are asking about my book "AIR FORCE
ONE".....

The publisher wrote this (below):

Air Force One is the aircraft that carries
President George W. Bush. "Air Force One,"
published by MBI on August 10, is the book that
pushes aside the curtain of secrecy to give a
no-holds-barred look at the president's plane,
presidential travel, and its meaning to a nation
now at war......

Before September 11, 2001, the blue and white
Boeing 747-200, or VC-25A, was celebrated for its
beauty as it whisked the chief executive to
fundraisers and ribbon cuttings. An Air Force
officer called the plane a "cruise ship,"
comparing its luxurious accommodations to an
upscale seafaring vessel. Another called Air Force
One, "a symbol of a great nation constantly on the
move.".....

The terror attacks changed all that. The public
learned that Air Force One is a military aircraft.
The book begins with the zigzag path followed by
Air Force One---and its fighter escort---during
hectic moments of the attack on the World Trade
Center and the Pentagon. Why did the aircraft take
Bush from Florida to Louisiana to Nebraska, and
only belatedly back to Washington? Why did
officials believe that Air Force One itself was an
intended target? Why did officials dust off a
supersecret plan for continuity of government,
disclosed in this book, that had been designed for
nuclear war?.....

Author Dorr, Air Force veteran, diplomat, and
columnist for Air Force Times, gives a
nuts-and-bolts tour of Air Force One.....

Dorr grew up near Andrews Air Force Base, home of
Air Force One, and has visited the base for 50
years. He received help from the base and from
scholars and historians......

"Air Force One" is as much a part of today as this
morning's headlines, but the book is also a
history of presidential air travel. We learn of
Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Flying White House," a
C-54 Skymaster modified with a special hoist to
accommodate FDR's wheelchair. We see Harry S.
Truman signing national security legislation
aboard his C-118, the Independence, a
little-publicized presidential aircraft. We follow
the travels of presidents from Eisenhower to
Reagan, including November 1963 when Air Force One
broug


Keywords: 6929th Radio Squadron Mobile


Entry: 27953
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
MY JAPAN TOUR

WILLIAM KULL wrote on September 1, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: ST. CHARLES MO

Unit: 1ST RADIO/6921ST RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I went over to Japan in the USAFSS in 1953 first to Ashia AFB then to Misawa AFB in 1953 theto Detachemt 26 Nemuro Hokkaido japan. There I stayed for 27 months leaving Numuro Aug 1957.

Keywords: Detachment 26, Nemuro Japan


Entry: 27503
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
DADS FRIENDS

ROBERT H. GRIFFITH JR. wrote on August 10, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: DAYTON OH

Unit: 51 SPS OSAN KOREA

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: if anyone was in korea between 76 and 79 let me know

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Entry: 27109
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6920TH SECURITY GROUP, JOHNSON AFB, SHIROI AFB 1952-54

TONY BARTLEY wrote on July 21, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 6920TH SECURITY GROUP

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for TA buddies I served with at Johnson AFB, and later at Shiroi, when group moved there. Timeframe Nov 52-Nov 54. Bill Cannon (climbing Mt. Fuji), Tom Orchard, Johnny Norwood, Bruce Huber, living in the Quonsits, earthquakes, playing basketball against RSM teams at Ashiya and Misawa and slow-pitch softball. Flying "Boxcars" from Tachikawa, C-47's to Wakanai amid the snowdrifts.

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Entry: 26763
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6903 SECURITY SQUARDRON

RUDY DELAFLOR wrote on July 5, 2002


City and State:

Unit: SECURITY POLICE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Entry Controller on C Flight 1975 - 1976

Keywords: Skivvy Nine


Entry: 26640
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
E-MAIL UPDATE

ROBERT A. MCNABB wrote on June 30, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: MATTAWAN MI

Unit: LST RADIO SQUADRON MOBILE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments:

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Entry: 26620
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RSM '51-53 JOHNSON AFB

M. RALPH DIETER wrote on June 29, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: BEDFORD NH

Unit: 1ST RSM / 6920TH SG

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I arrived at Johnson AFB in July or August of 1951. Intercept operator. Moved to Niigata about March 52, then to Clark AFB in early 53.

Keywords: radio op, 1st RSM, Johnson AFB, Niigata


Entry: 25712
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6922 ND RSM PYONG YANG DO 1955/56

RICHARD HUSSEY wrote on May 24, 2002


City and State: AUBURN NH

Unit: 6922 RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would love to hear from some of the old croud. Maybe a reunion!! Whatever,

Dick Hussey


Keywords: Friends: Joe Weed, Ken Schwartz, Rick Richardson, Al Kersey, John Cushman, John Potter, Kim Pil Yung, Lt. Miller, Bill Warriner and many more.


Entry: 25077
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)

EDDIE STEWART wrote on April 28, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: 6903 SCTY SQ - 1970 TO 1971

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Entry: 24699
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
2ND RADIO SQDN MOBILE 49-50

HUGH HILL wrote on April 12, 2002


City and State: KERNERSVILLE NC

Unit: 2ND RADIO SQDN DARMSTADT

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: ARE THERE ANY OF THE 105 GUYS THAT WERE TRANSFERED WITH ME STILL OUT THERE. ARE THERE ANY OF TECH WEST'S REJECTS READING THIS. I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU.

Keywords: WE WERE TRANSFERED FROM ARMY [ASA] TO AIRFORCE [AFSS] in 1949.


Entry: 24667
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RADIO SQDN MOBILE

LEON DONAHUE wrote on April 11, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: PORTLAND OR

Unit: 1ST RADIO SQDN MOBILE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was assigned to 1st RSM Misawa and Flt. "A" at
Niigata from 8/53 - 12/54.. Was a 29250..Anyone around that was there during this time frame, email me at ledonahue@earthlink.net


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Entry: 24308
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
12TH RSM AND 85TH RSM GERMANY 1954-57

CHARLES ANDERSON wrote on March 27, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: DALLAS TX

Unit: 12TH RSM - 85TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Played baseball on the Landsberg base team. Anyone remember Jack Pressley, Robert A. Jones, Dick Wakefield, Robert Ireland, David Deen.

I visited Landsberg a few years ago. The town Square still looks the same. All buildings (At least facades) still looked the same. The Gogle has been remodeled and is now a very expensive Hotel. The Goggle is still across the street. The Ziederbru is still pink.

Would enjoy hearing from anyone serving in these units 51-54.


Keywords: Nickname Andy, Cryptography , 12 RSM Landsberg 51-53, Johnny Cash , Detachment 85 Kaufburen 85th RSM Sembach 53-54


Entry: 24012
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
INFO

KENT COFFMAN wrote on March 16, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FRIEND OF VETERAN

Comments: Looking for information about my father Clarence Eugene Coffman.
Thank you for any help you can provide.


Keywords: Don't know of his nicknames possibly Clancy


Entry: 23656
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RSM, 8TH RSM

ROBERT LEPPER SR. wrote on March 4, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: DAVENPORT FL

Unit: 1ST RSM, 8TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Was in Japan and Korea 1950 to Dec 1953 in the 1st RSM and 8th Fighter Wing.

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Entry: 23181
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAFSS MEMORIES

DONALD BROWN wrote on February 15, 2002


City and State: RESTON VA

Unit: 6929TH

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Served in USAFSS from 1958 thru 1966. Yale University IFEL 1958 and 1960, Korea 1959-60,
Bangkok 1960, Taiwan (SHULINKO)1962-64, Goodfellow AFB, 1964-66. Commissioned 2nd Lt 1968, Retired 1982, last tour as Asst Professor of Computer Science: Air Force Academy.


Keywords: Security Service, Chinese Linquist, Rosebowl, Korea, Taiwan, USAFSS, 6929 Radio Squadron Mobile


Entry: 22912
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
WAKE ISLAND

LLOYD RIGGS wrote on February 4, 2002


City and State: WALNUT CREEK CA

Unit: 6926TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Served on Wake Island late 1955 then on to Okinawa thru 1956. Small radio detachment on classified mission. Like to locate S/Sgt. Jim Lammers from Wake detachment. Our unit received an AF Outstanding Unit Award for our work.

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Entry: 22879
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6921ST/MISAWA/WAKKANAI 53-56

TOM KERG wrote on February 3, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: ALBUQUERQUE NM

Unit: 6921ST RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: SPENT 26 MONTHS IN MISAWA, BUT UNFORTUNATLY DOCUMENTS AND PICTURES LOST IN FLOOD AFTER RETURNING TO STATE. PICTURES WOULD HAVE BROUGHT BACK MANY NAMES AND MEMORIES, BUT NO LONGER HAVE THEM. ANY INFO WOULD BE HELPFUL.

Keywords: ARVD JAPAN ON SHIP M.C. MEIGS


Entry: 21840
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
!ST RADIO DETACHMENT 26, NEMURO, JAPAN

WILLIAM KULL wrote on December 29, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for friends stationed at Nemuro during 1954-1957

Keywords: I was stationed at Detachment 26 Nemuro Japan from 1954-1957


Entry: 21640
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
15TH RSM - 6922ND RSM ASHIYA

STAN TELGA wrote on December 19, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State: MURRELLS INLET SC

Unit: 15TH RSM JAPAN, KOREA

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I am looking for some old friends that were stationed with me at Keesler AFB, the 8th RSM, Brooks and Kelly AFB, then on to the 15th RSM in Ashiya and Korea from 1952-1956. I would like to find Billy W. Stofle (TX), Glen D. Fortenberry(?), Brady E. McCoy (TX) 1rst RSM, Richard D. Kennon (VA). I served in radio and high speed communications. I would greatly appreciate any where-abouts of these friends or anyone who remembers me.
Our 15th-6922nd RSM (1951-1958), has a yearly reunion held in different sections of the USA each year, this year 2002, the reunion will be held in Myrtle Beach, SC. We have three 15th RSM veterans here in MB who will be putting this reunion together.


Keywords: 15th RSM - 6922nd RSM,6920 Security Group






Entry: 21554
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
DET 3 29TH RSM

HARMON SMITH wrote on December 17, 2001


City and State:

Unit: AFSS DET 3 29TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would like to get in touch with anyone from det 3 29th rsm who was in linkow when outfit first started up please email me

Keywords:


Entry: 21058
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6921ST RGM MISAWA 1958-1959

WILSON REICH JR. wrote on November 28, 2001


City and State: MACON

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 20846
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6400 AIR POLICE SQ, 1952-1954

RALPH J. WOZNICKI wrote on November 21, 2001


City and State: MISHAWAKA IN

Unit: 6400 AIR POLICE SQ-JAPAN

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: would like to get in contact with anyone who was in the 6400 Air Police Sq., Tachikawa, Japan between-1952 and 1954.

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Entry: 20797
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
MEMBERS 3904TH AIR POLICE SQUADRON

VINCENT SABIO wrote on November 19, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 20757
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
SERVED 1ST. RADIO AT JOHNSON AND NIIGATA 1952 TO 1954

CURTIS J. FRANKLIN JR. wrote on November 18, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State: SPRING HILL TN

Unit: 6920TH. GP. 1ST. RADIO

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I have seen only two that I remember: Robert McNabb and Ronald Schultz. What Happened to the
business you and Sam Gromes were about to enter
into in Tokyo Robert?


Keywords: Stretch (nickname)


Entry: 20412
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RADIO SQUADRON MOBILE 1952-54

THURMAN SIMMONS wrote on November 7, 2001


City and State: PHOENIX AZ

Unit: 1ST RADIO SQUADRON MOBILE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I served in 1st Radio Squadron Mobile at Johnson AB and Misawa AB from January 1952 to April 1954.

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Entry: 19524
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
34TH RSM

DAVE STROHMAN wrote on September 20, 2001


City and State: EVANS GA

Unit: 34TH RSM, 26TH RSM, FLT 444 LAFB

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Served as a CW intercept operator 34th RSM, Wheelus AFB, Tripoli, Libya 1953-54, 26th RSM, March AFB 1954-55, Instructor (Basic/Intermediate Code), Keesler AFB 1955-56. Any one out there left from those times?


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Entry: 19104
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAFSS 6922 RGM, DET. 2

MEL FREDLUND wrote on September 1, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State: WALNUT CREEK CA

Unit: 6922ND RGM DET 2

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Love to hear from anyone that was there during that time.

Keywords: Pyang Yang Do, Korea, 1957-1958 Chinese Linguist


Entry: 18376
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
USAF 6922ND RGM ASHIYA JAPAN

ROBERT LAVOIE wrote on July 31, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State: MANCHESTER NH

Unit: 6922 RGM

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: would like to get in touch with anyone serving with 6922 rgm Ashiya Japan 1957/1958

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Entry: 17531
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
6921 RADIO GROUP MOBILE USAF

JIM BYNUM wrote on June 24, 2001

Deceased

City and State: CHARLOTTE NC

Unit: 6921 RADIO GROUP MOBILE

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: 1956- Army Language School R-6-41. Assigned to 6921 RGM in Misawa, Japan 1957-1959 and 6988 RSM at Yakota Air Base from 1959-1960, crew member on B-50 during last year.

Keywords: 6921 RGM, 6988 RSM (B-50) 1957-1960.

























Entry: 16052
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
REUNION

WILLARD F. COWAN wrote on April 20, 2001


City and State: HENDERSON KY

Unit: 15TH RSM

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Also any former members that have not been contacted by members of the 15th RSM contact me and Ill get you in touch with the right people to inform you on who to contact for more information about reunions and etc.
Thanks


Keywords: The 15th RSM will be holding its 6th reunion at
Dayton Ohio Sept 9th Thru 11. anyone intrested may
contact me at above e-mail or snale male addresses.



Entry: 15942
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
1ST RSM - JOHNSON AFB '51- '3

OTTO GEERING wrote on April 15, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 15514
AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (USAFSS)
WAKKANAI 56 - 57

MAX VICKERY wrote on March 19, 2001

Email Update Needed

City and State: VA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Vic was 203 at Wakkanai May 57 - Nov 47.

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