|Name: Bob Hornby||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Chatburn England|
On the 13-8-1947 I along with RAF 617 Squadron (Dambusters) visited March Field,(16 Lincoln Bombers)and we really enjoyed our stay, our Group Captain Thomson affixed a pair of wings to the Wall of Flyers at the Mission Inn. I am just concluding the history of this Goodwill Tour to the USA/Canada,July/Sept.1947 purely to add to the Squadron Archives, and I have no input whatsoever from the USA. Can anyone help me please? any recollections/news clippings/photographs, particularly of the Wings on the Mission Inn Wall of Flyers. I would be forever indebted to you. Sincerely Bob Hornby (retired) Civil & Military
|Name: Jerry Lowe||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Mississippi Gulf Coast|
I served in the 320th and 22nd Bomb Wings from 1958 to 1962. I was 22nd A&E when discharged mid 1962. I have been looking for Phil O'Donnell and Paul Miller for years with no luck. I think Phil went back to Northeast and Paul and Elaine went to Oregon. Either one, email me.
|Name: Sherwood Williams||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Coats, North Carolina|
I was stationed at MAFB 1961 to 1963 in 38th MMS. We loaded special weapons on the B-47's. Would be great to hear from the guys that served there during that time. E-mail me.
|Name: Rupert L. Trull||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Asheville N. C.|
I was in 22nd Bomb Wing Dec 1952 thro Jan 1955. 22nd PMS.
|Name: ken laughrun||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Burnsville N.c|
I was stationed at March Field in Dec 1944 . Was assigned to a combat crew on a B24 and completed combat training there. Was also married in Riverside Cal. On 5 Jan 45.C ompleted combat training end of Jan 45 and shipped to the pacific asigned to the 90TH BG. and flew combat until Aug 16 .45. Flew a B24 back to the States 1 nov. 45.
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|Location: US Air Force|
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|Name: Tim||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Atlanta,Ga|
Hello,this is a great site and I really enjoy it.I have a question that I hope you can answer for me.I was a redeye missle gunner when on active duty in the U.S Army and had extensive aircraft and marking reconition training.My question is about the Mig 23 Flogger H that you have posted.If I remember right the marking is from the Czec Air Force,but the aircraft appears to be a Mig 27 Flogger[D I believe],the ground attack version.The Mig 27 had a blounter nose for better pilot view of ground targets wher the Mig 23 had a sleeker and more pointed nose for air to air combat as it was the fighter version.Thank you for this and let me know if this is a 23 or 27 .Bye for now and hope to visit the museum in person Tim
|Name: D griffith||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Moreno Valley, Ca.|
My grandfather George A Griffith worked for the Burea of Reclamation in 1914 and was assigned to the construction on March Field.