| Billie Jo (Atchison) Moore|
I was stationed at Nellis from 1974-1979. Working on the flight line as a crew chief. I was the 1st woman assigned to the F105. It was hard work, but I enjoyed it. I later became a crew chief on the F-5 Aggressor . Met some great people while on the flight line .
02/20/2016 @ 17:53 [ref: 55869]
| louis kornreich|
I was stationed at nellis from 1978-1980.I worked on the F4's and the A10.I ended up going to Lemoore naval station to test the A10.We where there for 179 days.It was one big party!
01/08/2016 @ 06:32 [ref: 55830]
| Robert A. Augustine|
I was stationed at Nellis from early 1960 to mid 1963. I was assigned to Maintenance Control, Aircraft Records Section and in charge of all Time Change items for all aircraft on the base. Remember our first F105 arrived early 1961 and the F100 escorting it in crashed at the end of the runway by the ammo dump.
01/25/2014 @ 16:13 [ref: 55569]
| Colleen Westerman|
We just brought home a 1972 Chrysler Imperial that was once owned by a Lt. Col. R. S. Vayda. The receipts in the glove box trace him purchasing tires for it at Eglin AFB, Wright Patterson AFB 1973, Nellis AFB 1974. the car still has flight line stickers on the bumpers. We drove it home...and just thoguht we'd try to find it's original owner! Any info you could give us would add to the memories alive in this car! Thanks!
07/23/2010 @ 18:23 [ref: 9967]
| Terry Tippie|
Was stationed at Nellis 1974-1978 worked Phase Dock. And post Dock when we got the F-4s. Great times and great friends.Spent many a weekend at lake Meade jumping from the cliffs.
07/16/2010 @ 12:59 [ref: 9669]
| James Walker|
I was a crew chief on a F111A with the 430th Tac Fighter Squadron, 474th Tac Fighter Wing at Nellis AFB from December 1968 to June 1972. Great airplane and great memories. firstname.lastname@example.org this note in memory of Lt. Colonel William Coltman, kia Southeast Asia
11/28/2009 @ 15:13 [ref: 9176]
| Larry Bryant|
I was stationed at Nellis from 1968-1973. I was a machinist in the 474 Field Maintence Squadron. I loved my time at Nellis.I also worked parttime building slot machines for Alstate Coin. I would love to return to the base someday. My 4 years at Nellis were the best years of my lfe.
11/08/2009 @ 04:21 [ref: 9151]
| Steve LaBaff|
I was at Nellis from May 1976 until I retired in Aug 1979 in the 57AMS Instrument shop.
03/08/2009 @ 11:55 [ref: 8723]
| Sam allison|
Simi Valley, California
I was a flight line maintenance officer with 57th FWW from 1974 until 1977. Col Robert Vayda was the DCM at that time. Loved working with the crews on the flight line. Also enjoyed the weekend fly-ins
to Nellis AFB. There was always something going on.
Duty hours extended when assigned to both transient maintenance and OMS at the same time. It was an exciting responsibility for a 22 year old.
10/05/2008 @ 12:38 [ref: 8448]
I remember the first successful U.S. antigravity flight took place July 18, 1971 at S-4 (on Nellis Air Force base in Nevada), wherein light bending capabilities were also demonstrated to obtain total invisibilities. Present at this flight were notables such as Admiral (Bobbie Ray) Inman (former National Security Agency director), who is now head of SAIC (Science Applications International, Incorporated) in San Diego, CA, which makes the antigravity drives.Some of you guys do too.
09/23/2008 @ 23:54 [ref: 8432]