|Name: Sean J. Williams||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Vancouver, WA|
Stationed at March AFB from 1986 - 1989. Assigned to 33rd communications squadron and I worked in the 15th AF Command Post. I was a cold war warrior in the closing years of MAD. My team and I took care of the "computers" that assured the 15th AF commander had real-time knowledge of alert status, how many bombers and tankers were in the air, and how many were on the flight line in readiness status. We kept track of missles in service, planes out of commission for maintenance or repairs and the ETA of their return to service. We also tracked weather reports ... Lots of weather reports. I spent many harried mornings tapping on relays in order to get film to advance to the correct frame during a briefing. Also spent many Holiday evenings changing Xenon light bulbs at great risk to eyesight. In addition to our cold war duties we also participated in prank phone calls to hapless admin demanding they fill out their "half-sheets, and brutal rubber band fights that proved our warrior metal and ethos. Hats off to Duke, Mr. Kinney, Colin Diamond, Chuck McClellan, Mike Jago, Rubin Marinez.
|Name: matthew forsberg||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: san bernardino, ca.|
|Name: Mike Deible||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Lancaster, Ohio|
I was stationed at March Air Force Base in 1970- 1974 22nd Field Maint. Fabrication branch. Many memories while stationed there.
|Name: Frank Chang|
|MY URL: Visit Me|
|Location: TAIWAN, REPUBLIC OF CHINA|
Terrific Collection! I saw a lot of jets displayed there which were used by our ROCAF. B-17, F104,UH-1, AH-1, C-119, F100, F101, F84, F86,T-33, T-38.....They all served in Taiwan Strait to defend our freedom and also yours. To all friends in US, please always remember your old friend Formosa in Fareast who is watching the gate for you guys across the ocean. It's not fair to abandon us... again and again. Give us weapons, we will fight for our own freedom, and maybe yours as well.
|Name: daryl biswell||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: illinios|
i wanted to stop in and sign the guess book
|Name: Trisha||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Buffalo, NY|
My grandfather and his crew had the honor of testing a B24M loaded with the new Radar in 1945 on a "round robin" from March Field to Washington and back...they never made it back. Please remember the men who's lives were cut short, there were no medals or parades for there families Crew # 505 April 12,1945 listed as MIA..wreckage found April 15,1945 with no survivors John W Apedaile Pilot James T Gold Copilot Carroll Trowbridge Navigator Adolf Frantz RVO Robert G Lord Engineer Victor W Hamilton Asst Engr(my grandfather) Leroy Tippette Radio Donald S Brown RVO Ray B Oppenheim Arm Gunner Kenneth H Peters RVO Jack Fuller Instructor Not one man was over the age of 26 and to the Army, there deaths were not important, no military funeral, headstone or medal for being killed while "on duty" Please remember that for us left behind, they did give all
|Name: PETER MCFARLANE||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: 68 ALCOTT RD MAHWAH NJ|
FORMER 807 TH AIR POLICE 1956
|Name: Brian Bender||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Reno, Nv.|
I took the tour on 11/18/10 and enjoyed myself very much, it was money well spent.