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  • admin - Sunday 17 April 2016 08:13
    A sad looking alert barn. I worked in there for 2+ years with the 318th Det 1. Stood in those windows one night and watched a B-52 catch fire and burn from hot brakes after landing.
  • Ron Chick - Wednesday 6 April 2016 23:27
    This was my dad's plane. MSG Bob Chick was crew chief for this 106
  • Ron Chick - Wednesday 6 April 2016 23:26
    This was my dad's plane. MSG Bob Chick was the crew chief for this 106.
  • Fred Ray - Wednesday 6 April 2016 19:24
    Great Video!
  • Joan Campbell Pope - Wednesday 30 March 2016 20:14
    My husband Tommie F. Pope was in the 11th FIS from 1963 to 1967. From there to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska! The 11th FIS was the best ever!! Made great friends. Hank Armdstron died in Jan of 2001 and Jacque passed in Aug. of 2015!
  • Kirk Armstrong - Wednesday 30 March 2016 19:47
    The man on the Right is my Father, at the time Capt Hank Armstrong
  • Kirk Armstrong - Wednesday 30 March 2016 14:51
    That is my Father, Lt/Col Hank Armstrong Second from the Left.
  • Frank Borchardt - Monday 28 March 2016 20:03
    Definitely Stultz Style. I served with (the then Capt) Stultz in Charleston. One of three weapons troops. I have three of his drawings proudly hung I my den. This was added to my small collection recently. Thanks.
  • Tdarner - Sunday 27 March 2016 19:02
    I think pilot was George Rampulla, not the Commander Jim Lowe, on this one. He also had the "honor" of jumping out of one of the 49ths T-33 a few years earlier. Both were engine failures.
  • admin - Saturday 19 March 2016 08:01
    Stan, thank you for the info on this. Rollin was not given credit for taking the photo, only for having it in his collection and providing it to me. I have updated the author as you.