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"My father was stationed at Webb in 1956-1957. John W. Parker Jr was from Trussville Alabama. I was born there in October 1957. He passed in Apr 1994 before I could ever learn of his experience at Webb. I would love to hear from anyone that may have known him."
"Hello. My name is Scott Nipper my father was at Webb AFB class 71-05. We missed the reunion this year . Im collect USAF training class patches from Webb AFB and am in the process of trying to write a book on all the class patches. If anybody out there has some extra class patches they want to sale or donate, just send me a email at firstname.lastname@example.org hope to hear from some of yall and if anybody knew my father Bill Nipper let me know Thanks Scott"
"I was an Honor-Grad of T-37 class 75-06 SATP here, at Webb AFB. I never forget my initial-solo flight, a pre-solo one, I've flown with my "Oscar"-flight's Flight Commander, who was Capt. Frank Pickart. My IP was 2/Lt
Daniel Runyan. Dan, I now still have the feeling of hugging each other in wet flying suits then, when both of us have same said 'Congras'."
"Hopeing someone will read this that has some info. My biological father was an airmen from Kuiwait that was stationed at Webb AFB some time during 1974 - 1976. His name was Mohamed Jahmon (not sure of the spelling). He was a pilot. I've never met him and I'm gonna take a stab at trying to find him. If you have any information that could help, please contact me. "
"I was assigned to Big Spring Air Base in late 1945, after graduation as a pilot from Enid AFB, Ok. My job was supervising packing and shipping base records to St.Louis, Mo. for storage. Remember climbing large hill adjacent to the base, nothing up there but a water tank. Flew bombardier trainers for flight time. Home by March 46, and stayed in reserve. Retired as Major in 1982. "
"I am so pleased to have found this site! Course, I feel bad because I didn't notice it sooner! My father was a member of the Class of 70-03, Capt. Steven L. Bennett. He left Big Spring upon graduation and flew B-52's out of Thailand in 1970. He was then moved to Hurlburt AFB for OV-10 training and was sent to Vietnam in April 1972 to fly OV-10's out of DaNang. He was in the 20th TASS at that time. He was unfortunately killed on June 29, 1972 and posthumously received the Medal of Honor. My mother has made memories of Big Spring and her time with my dad while they were there! Years ago I was able to meet many members of his pilot training class in a reunion we held at Wright Patt in Ohio. That was a highlight of my life, it was so nice to meet so many of his classmates! They were all so accommodating and friendly, it was nice to know so many of them remembered by dad. Just the same, it is so nice to know organizations such as this continue to keep the memories alive for so many deserving men and women. God Bless and I hope to make it to the museum very soon!"
"My uncle, Larry Denning Rucker was at Webb AFB in the 3561st Student Squadron Graduating 5 June 1964. He was later killed off the coast of Nantucket in a EC-121 Tail No. 55-5262 on 11 Nov 1966. I am searching for any photos, details, people or other data that can help me in my quest to learn about my uncle. Any help would be much appriciated and very much enjoyed
"Love to have been there. I was an exchange student from Nicaragua in 1965-66. Class 67B. Now an american and living in the USA. If any members of the "big green" read this please email me, I look foward to hear from any of you."
City: 7258 Avocado Blvd West Palm Beach, FL Country: USA
""I am looking for information regarding a man who would have been stationed at Webb at least in 1967 named Lee Suttoon (not sure on the spelling of his last name). Supposedly he was from Syracuse, New York. Any information is GREATLY appreciated."
This is in regards to Betty (Hart) Van Allen who worked a local drive-in hangout. Any info or pictures if you know her would be awesome. Thank-you Judy
"Wow, what great memories of my first duty station. I was in the weather group (1976-77). Like many, I went out the gate when they closed the place kicking and screaming, as I just loved it there. Looking for Carol Amick, Tim Middleton, and any others who were working with me during those great albeit short years. Brad Hess email@example.com "
"I am grateful for the opportunities that I have to read the comments of former airmen and Officers who served at Webb AFB. I served at Webb between October 1952 after completing my General Jet aircraft Technical School at Amarillo AFB, and stayed until I re-enlisted for six more years, in May 1955. I served both as a T-33 Crew Chief and also as a Periodic Inspection team member in the Old hangar. I had many wonderful friends at the Base and also in town. I have been back for the3 most recent Air Base Reunion this past October.2009. I was so disappointed due to the downtown area being so changed and being redeveloped. Also the base has been changed so much. I guess it is what is called progress. I am sorry, but i like it the way it used to be. John"
City: North Ogden, Utah Country: United States of America
"I was Stationed at Webb AFB (Big spring AFB) from April 1952 to Oct 1958. When I arrived the main gate was a tip tank box with a sign-in book. I have a lot good and bad memories. I was a crew chief on T-28's and flew on B-25's and C47's ( Base Flight). I was in food service at first (KP), Transit Alert, and Field Maint (scheduling). Had a lot of good friends and in my 20 years of service, I had the pleasure of serving with some of them again at other duty stations. Would be nice to hear from some old buddies."