Korean War Project

18th Communications Squadron

1999 and Earlier Legacy Files

18th Fighter-Bomber Wing Communications Squadron

On Thu, 4 Dec 1997 
LeRoy Jewell orl@midplains.net wrote:

phone: 608-884-8117
fax: 608-884-3714

I am looking for Roy S. Miller of the 18th fighter bomber wing that
served in Korea.  My father LeRoy "Bud" Jewell would really love to
hear from him .  If you know where I could find him PLEASE E-MAIL ME.

My father and Capt. Roy S. Miller were in the communication squad, 1950
and Roy was originally from Brownsville, TX.

It sure would be a great Christmas present for Dad to talk to his
old buddy.


On Fri, 05 Dec 1997 
'Bud' Biteman seaflybud@earthlink.net wrote:

Thank you for the query... it's contacts like yours that help to make
our Holidays so pleasant ... since we have the information you're
looking for in our files!  Major Roy Miller now lives in Austin, TX, and
has been a member of our 18th Fighter Wing Assoc. for the past three
years. Here is the basic information we list on him:

Miller, Roy S.,	Major, 18th Comm, now lives 3202 Silverleaf Drive,
Austin,	TX 78757, phone: 572-453-8453, Wife's name: Lucile.

Give Leroy our very best regards for the Christmas Season, and my
compliments to you, Lynne, for searching out this information for your

Cheers .... Bud Biteman, Pres., 18th Fighter Wing Assoc.

Louis Nolin

On Fri, 13 Mar 1998 
"Sandra M. Nolin" Email address wrote:

I am writing this letter on behalf of my Dad, who is a former Air
Force Staff Sergeant. He was stationed in Dogpatch Korea from 1950 -
1953. He has asked me to look up a couple of his old pals through the
internet. I came across your web site and wondered if you might be
able to make any suggestions on possible ways to track down former Air
Force members?

Dad's name is Louis G. Nolin Jr. One of the gentlemen he is looking
for is Daniel Smith, formerly or Big Stone Gap, Virginia. He served in
the 18th Maintenance Division with my father in Dogpatch, Korea. The
other person is James Speaks, formerly from somewhere in South Dakota
(Dad couldn't remember what town), he served in Waco, Texas with Dad
in 1953. If it wouldn't be too much of an imposition, I would be truly
grateful for any advice you may be able to offer me in my search to
reunite some old friends. Thank you in advance for your time.

With sincerest regards,
Sandra M. Nolin

Charles E. Nadeau

On Mon, 22 Mar 1999 
Matthew Nadeau Email address wrote:

I have been looking for some information on my father's service in the
Air Force in the 18th Communications Squadron and I came across your 
web-site.  There are some references to the 18th Fighter-Bomber Wing
Communications Squadron and I wanted to see if that was the same unit. 

My father's name was Charles E. Nadeau and he served from 1938 - 1964
when he retired as a Major (he passed away in 1975).  I would like to
contact Col. Biteman to ask some questions, but I did not see a
reference to his e-mail address.  

Any help that you can provide would be appreciated.

Thank You,

Matthew Nadeau
501 Chaucer Ct.
Roseville, CA  95747

18th Communications Squadron

1999 and Earlier Legacy Files