| Robert M. Tafel|
Fort Worth, Texas
I was stationed at Malmstrom from Oct.67 until Sept. 69 with the 854th Medical Group; I remember Sgt. Philips well! He promised me i would catch my limit of trout if i would buy him a case of beer; I caught not even a cold but he drank the beer!!Despite that he was a great guy. Dr. Bob Tafel
01/04/2016 @ 05:49 [ref: 55828]
| Ginger McMillian|
So pleased to learn of museum and hope to visit. Husband was missile launch officer 1973-1975. Montana, Malmstrom, everyone, so nice. One of the best experiences ever!
01/01/2016 @ 14:15 [ref: 55827]
I was in the 17thDSES from 1976 to 1979 when it closed. Was one of my best assignments and some of the best personnel I worked with I really enjoyed my 4 years there.
09/22/2013 @ 16:57 [ref: 55528]
| Randall Benjamin|
, South Carolina
I was an aircraft electrican on the B-57 in the 4677 DSES at Hill AFB and was one of the first people that move to Malstrom AFB. I had just got to Hill when one crashed tin Salt Lake. Another one crashed somewhere in Alaska and then one more later but it was not our pilots. We also had one landed a Malstrom that forgot to reset his landing gear cut out horn and bounce it off the runway before getting his gear down.
09/03/2013 @ 08:58 [ref: 55515]
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11/28/2012 @ 17:55 [ref: 55358]
| A. Gomez|
I was assigned to the 29th FIS from April 1957 to July 9,1960 when I was released from active duty. I was a crew chief with the F-89H, F-89J and the F-101B. TDY's to Vincent AFB in Yuma, AZ, Glasgow, Grand Forks, Minot and Ellsworth AFB. Vincent AFB was the weapons meet with the F-89H and on ready alert with the -89J at the other bases. Lots of stories to tell if anyone interested.
09/13/2010 @ 15:51 [ref: 10790]
| HAROLD MANN|
LAS VEGAS, Nevada
HAVE NOT BEEN THERE YET. SAD THEY DO NOT HAVE AN F-89 OR A MEMORIAL TO THE PILOTS AND BACK SEATERS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES WHILE FLYING THE F-89'S AND THE 101'S.
WE LOST A LOT OF GOOD MEN.
06/03/2010 @ 15:42 [ref: 9375]
| Steve Poli|
Was with 29th FIS Engine Shop November 1960 thru August 1963. Following list of tail nos of aircraft assigned to 29th at the time: 56-0279, 58-0265 58-0316, 58-0317, 58-0320, 58-0327 and 58-0336. Any old crew chiefs outhere?
04/04/2010 @ 17:15 [ref: 9315]
| TOM QUESENBERRY|
WHAT A TRIP BACK IN TIME. I CREWED A 57 THERE FOR ALMOST 4 YEARS BEFORE THEY SHIPPED OUT. EVEN LOST ONE OVER SALT LAKE ON ITS LAST FLIGHT. I HAD THE PRIVELAGE OF VIEWING THE MUSEUM WITH COL PAT PAULI(RET.)AND THE MEMORIES FLOWED! GREAT JOB AND THANKS SO MUCH
01/19/2010 @ 11:38 [ref: 9235]
| William Reid|
I was in the Sgt. Major's Office at the base hospital with the 854th Medical Group in 1967. I enjoyed Montana and remember the great weekend when Sgt. Phillips and Tom Cook went fishing and camping off base in 1967. I'd like to visit the base again. In '67, the base had the 29th FIS with F-101B Voodoos and the 341st Strategic Missile Wing with the Minuteman.
03/11/2009 @ 10:57 [ref: 8734]