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|Name: David St. Amand||MY URL: Visit Me|
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I enjoy the museam, I have tried to volunteer years past and had never heard from anyone. .are you still looking for volunteers? Also, I notice you may need help up-dating your events calender. Sincerely, Dave
|Name: Floyd Farrar||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Hawaiian Gardens CA|
I took my seven year old grandson out to the museum on Thursday the 28th of December 2006. Even though it was very cool and windy we had a great time. I mistakenly told him that we could go into some of the aircraft. This was the case when I was there a few years ago. In talking with the docents I found this NOT to be the case anymore. NO AIRCRAFT are open to inside viewing by the general public and they said so far as they know this will be the case for the foreseeable future. I was not told why, but my assumption would be liability insurance and sue crazy Ca Ca Land lawyers! They said and I am aware, that there are many sharp objects inside these aircraft and each one probably cries out for a lawsuit filed on a non profit, low funded, all volunteer museum staff. They said that the aircraft are technically owned by the Air Force and Defense Department so the pond scum (AKA: liability lawyers) see deep pockets and FREE CASH!Once more, spineless attorneys mess things up for the general public, and the public suffers again from their mindless antics! The museum staff should do a great service to the public and inform them via the website etc., that the aircraft are NOT open to interior viewing or tours. Other than that, I LOVE the place and plan to be back numerous times even though the 91 Freeway and Van Buren Avenue are getting to be VERY congested seemingly 24/7.
|Name: JHC the 2nd||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: California|
Does anyone remember John (Jack) or Joan Casey from March Field during the Berlin Airlift timeframe? If you do, please contact me. Although John (Jack) passed away in 2005, Joan is alive and well and would love to reminisce.
|Name: JHC & Family|
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My grandfather was stationed at March Field when he first entered the Air Force. Now, some 60 years later, I am stationed on March ARB while serving in the Army. Looking forward to visiting the museum to get a glimpse of what it was like when Grandpa was there.
|Name: Ed Smith||MY URL: Visit Me|
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My father Ed Smith Sr. served at March Field in 1956 where I was born. Would like to hear from anyone who may have known him.
|Name: Vernon "Bud" Byrd||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Chico, Ca.|
I didn't get to visit but, as the author of Passing Gas- The History of Inflight Refueling, and having read the comments in the guestbook, I thought that I would add that I am also trying to uphold the traditions and memories of the Air Force and tankers, in particular. One day soon, I do want to visit and perhaps meet and share memories with others of my kind. One of those who added 6 to the "Saves" book of Vietnam!
|Name: Randall EIDSON ADR-2 (ac)||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Springfield, Ohio|
I flew with the AD-5W out of NAS Quonset, RI from Jan 1960 with VAW-12 Det.34 and went to VAW-33 Det.34 until March 1963. Was det. the USS Lake Champain Carrier. Write to me, I am L@@KING for Harold H. forgot the last name. He went to Conn. and then to NJ State Highway Patrol God Bless all of You Randy