| ROBERT BECKMAN|
I was a flightline expeditor in india flight then worked in phase docks plus post dock for t38 and t37 aircraft
02/11/2016 @ 03:40 [ref: 55862]
| Matthew Ota|
Served at Reese September 1976 to March 1980. I was in the 64th Field Maintenance Squadron working on j-85 jet engines. I also served in the Wing Honor Guard from November 1976 to March 1980
11/23/2015 @ 11:54 [ref: 55813]
| Mark Haley|
Stationed at Reese 1983-1985 Pneudraulics 64th FMS
04/17/2015 @ 02:41 [ref: 55766]
| Ken Mabry|
, North Dakota
I worked T-37's C Flt April 1978 to Dec 1979 flt chief was MSgt Larry Hoyt, MSgt. Robert Elysworthy, MSt Bob Cole....expediter was SSgt Christine Cole and SSgt Karen Goad...
12/27/2014 @ 18:01 [ref: 55722]
| Larry Borden|
Stationed there Dec 1970 - May 1973. I had a ball up there and was saddened to see it closed.
We went up there July 2014 and was my first time back since 73. Really sad. Only buildings I recognized were the hangers. My old data automation office was gone and I couldn't figure out where it had been.
Would love to see any pictures of the base when I was stationed there.
Actually teared up a little. I enjoyed sharing the trip with my wife and showed here my apartment on 19th where I lived.
08/06/2014 @ 08:50 [ref: 55626]
| Ricardo Franco|
Served as a crew chief at Reese AFB T37 A Flight under Sgt Hoyt 1978-1979
08/10/2013 @ 10:41 [ref: 55503]
| robert burner|
I was stationed at Reese from 1/74 to 9/76. I crewed T-38`s and T-37`s both. I met a lot of good folks during my time at Reese. Was saddened when I found out the base had been closed. Many good memories!
08/05/2013 @ 07:17 [ref: 55496]
| Bill Milheim|
I was a crew chief in India flight from 1978 to 1981. Would love to hear from any ramp tramps from that time. Great memories and had a lot of fun. It's a shame its closed,
02/19/2013 @ 20:35 [ref: 55428]
| Dee Rushing|
Monroe, North Carolina
Would love to know more about the USAF 3500th motor vehicle squadran and the 3500th maintenance and supply company's activity during the Korenan Conflict during the early 50's. Campaigns, involvement, yearbooks, photos, ect...
02/16/2013 @ 20:57 [ref: 55422]
| Tom Aurilio|
How sad these morons pick a web site for men and women that served their country and use this site as a way to find old friends to post trash like they do. Why don't you find somewhere else to play or, better yet, find a job so you will be too busy to play around on someone else's site.
11/09/2011 @ 13:23 [ref: 27074]