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"Greetings from Utah. I was an Instrument Flight Simulator Instructor from 1974 thru 1976 under CMSGT Herb Immel. We trained in the old LINK system of vacuum tubes and bailing wire. I am so fortunate to find your web-site. We plan a visit soon. Thanks."
"I just wanted to thank all the people and pilots that have helped me with class patches from Webb AFB . They will all look so good when i get finshed with my book and website on Class Patches form Webb AFB. May be one day I will have the whole collection complete. Thanks Scott"
"JUST WANTED TO WISH EVERYBNODY A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IT DID SNOW WHILE I WAS THERE IN 1952 BUT NOT AS MUCH AS IT SHOWED
IF I EVER GET THE CHANCE TO VISIT THE SITE I WILL IJUST WISHED I HAD NEW ABOUT IT EARIER
"I WAS THE ASSIGNMENT NCO WHO WENT RANDOLPH AND GOT ALL OF THE ASSIGNMENTS AND PROCESSED EVERYONE OUT WHEN THE BASE CLOSED. CAPT WANDA WOODS AND CMST LEONARD GAGNE WERE MY OIC AND NCOIC PRIOR TO THEIR LEAVING. I WAS LEFT THERE ALL ALONE EXCEPT FOR MSGT OUELETTE WHO WAS WAITING AROUND FOR HIS RET. DATE . I LEFT IN EARLY JAN 1978 A WENT TO KESSLER MS. WEBB AFB IS THE LAST PLACE THAT I REENLISTED IN THE AF. THE PEOPLE IN BIG SPRING TX AND ALL THE ONES THAT I MET AT WEBB WILL ALWAYS BE OF GOOD MEMORIES."
"Yesterday we lost one of our own. Gene "Sunshine" Johnson bid us farewell. Sunshine was a T-37 instructor during the mid 1960's. I was his student in 66F and actually received an e-mail from him the day before his passing. He had stayed in contact with several in 66F. To his family, friends, former students, and fellow pilots :" Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth...........................Put out my hand, and touched the face of God" HIGHFLIGHT. So long my friend, so long."
From: Robert Petersen
City: Wausau, WI Country: USA
"Webb was my 1st permanent station after basic and tech school in early 76 and was the acting base Veternarian and an A1C until I left there with less then 50 people still there. I got stationed at Chanute which was put up for closure and then later closed. I still have friends that I met in the community. I will never forget the dust storms. I never got any recognition for what I did due to having a civilian supervisor. "
"It was my honor to help with the Renunion 2011 this year and I met so many nice people. They were so excited about all the things we had planned for them and stated they really had a good time at all the events. We even had a sand storm to welcome them back to west texas and then washed it off with a good rain. Welcome back home to all of you and we were happy to have you and your guest with us for the weekend. Write us and let us know your comments.
Sherry Hodnett Presidnet of Hanger 25 big spring, Texas"
"Graduating with my class of 71-06 ended one of the best years of my life, and started the rest of my life in aviation. My friwnd Tim Krull tipped me off about the Webb AFB reunion next month. Great idea and if I can find a flying pig, I'll be there. "
"I was stationed at WAFB from 1963-1966. My duty location was WAFB Control tower as a shift supervisor. I was FAA Senior rated in control tower and rapcon. The student squadrons at that time consisted of T-37s and T-38s (T-33s were being phased out) Tactical aircraft were F104s stationed on the south side of the base. I enjoyed my tour of duty at WAFB. And met some wonderful people on and off base. I worked part time for radio staion KBYG as a radio announcer in Big Springs. From WAFB I went to DaNang Air Base Viet Nam, then to Upper Heyford,England. I retired from the USAF in 1976 at Offutt AFB NE as a MSgt, - Master Air Traffic Controller - First Sergeant. Went to college and received a BA in Business from Bellevue University, Ne, then to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Universiy for a Master of Aeronautical Science in 2002."
" I WAS STATIONED THERE FROM AUGUST 1951 TILL MAY 1052
I WAS A CLERKTYPIST AND WAS ASSIGNED IN GETTING THE RECORDS OF STUDENT PIOLTS FILL OUT PROPERTLY AND ALSO WORKED IN THE OFFICERS CLUB BAR I WAS ENJOYING THE PLACE UNTIL I WAS TOLD TO TRAIN A A/1C AND A STAFFSERGERANT MY WORK AND NEITHER ONE SEENED TO CARE I LEFT AS SOON AS I COULD GET OUT OF THERE
THAT WAS A LONG TIME AGO AND I WISH I COULD REMENBER SOME OF THE STUDENTS NAME WHEN I LEFT I WENT TO CALIF TO BE SHIPPED OUT TO OKINAWA WHILE WAITING I MET SOME OF THE STUDENTS OUT THERE I DID NOT STAY IN THE AIRFORCE I WAS HURT ON OKINAWA AND IT DID NOT REALLY AFECT ME TILL ABOUT 12 YEARS AGO
GOD BLESS TO ALL