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"I was a member of the first AFROTC summer encampment during the summer of 1963. The high point of my four week camp was a ride in a T-37 trainer on the second weekend.
I enjoyed the visits to the T-37, T-38 and F-104 aircraft that populated the flightline during that time. It was my second visit to Webb AFB, actually. My first was on an AFROTC base visitation in 1959 when the base was home to T-33 trainers and F-86L interceptors.
I completed a 41-year career as a USAF member who served in the ANG, active Air Force, Reserve, and civil service. I enjoyed my visit to the museum on July 16, 2009 and hope to be back. Thank you for maintaining this small but excellent museum for all of us."
"Greetings, I was in the first Class at Webb (52-D) and the first to return for a reunion, which you have now
made available for all classes. We are coming back for our ninth reunion during this years Webb Reunion.
October 6-10, 2009. Check out my website for information on my new book "Life on a Short Fuse" I am sending yuu a copy."
"My father was stationed at WEBB back in the LATE 60S I was born at the old Hospital in 65 and I have served in the Worlds Finest US NAVY my father is passed on now buried up here at Fort Richerdson national Cementary "
From: Calvin fletcher fletcher
City: Anchorage alaska Country: us
"Dear Hanger 25 Museum
Concerning the Webb AFB Reunion-I find no place on the registration form for bombardiers. Is this for Pilots only? I was in the last graduating class of bombardiers in September of 1945, Class 415. I have lost my yearbook and my officers bars. Does anyone out there have an extra set of bars they would part with?
P.O. Box 841
City: Trona, California 93592 Country: United States
"DEAR HANGAR 25 MUSEUM:
THANKS FOR THE NICE WEBSITE. MY FIVE YEAR OLD SON (GABRIEL) AND I JUST FINISHED PLAYING OUTSIDE AND WE CAME BACK INSIDE TO TAKE A BREAK. I AM PLANNING A TRIP FOR OUR FAMILY FROM KELLER TO THE BIG BEND STATE PARK. IT LOOKS LIKE BIG SPRING IS ABOUT THE HALFWAY POINT. IF WE STOP FOR THE NIGHT WE WILL TRY TO COME BY AND SEE THE MUSEUM.
TAKE CARE AND ENJOY YOUR DAY.
SEAN, LAURA, AND GABRIEL FOLEY
PS YOUR WEB SITE WAS EASY TO USE AND PROVIDED NECESSARY INFORMATION QUICKLY."
" I WAS STATIONED AT WEBB AIR FORCE FROM APRIL 1960 -JULY 1965 AFTER TECH SCHOOL AMARILLO AIR FORCE BASE,TEXAS WAS A CREW CHIEF ON T-33,T37 ASSIGNED TO A LINE SHACK CLOSE TO HANGER 25 MY NCO WAS SGT MINER.EXTENTED MY HITCH TWO YEARS T0 GO TO TOUL ROSIERES AIR BASE,FRANCE WHERE I WAS ASSIGNED AS A AERIAL ENGINEER ON THE RB-66 FLEW WITH A PILOT AND NAVIGATOR I OPERATED THE ECM EQUIPMENT.I COMPLETED 2 YEAR TOUR IN FRANCE I GOT DISCHARGED JULY 30 1965. I MOVED TO FORT WORTH,TEXAS.WORKED FOR DYNALECTRON FOR A WHILE IN VIETNAM,JAPAN AND 3 0R 4 BASE IN TEXAS.WORKED AT LTV GRAND PRAIRIE PLANT NINE YEARSWAS LAID OFF IN 1976.WHILE ON LAID I CAME TO WORK AT LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT WHERE I BEEN AT 32 YEARS QUALITY CONTROL TOOLING AND MACHINING.
WHEN I WAS AT WEBB AIR FORCE BASE. I REMEMBER, CHARLES CORBET,GILBERT ROYER,LESLIE FEIST, ROY ADDINGTON,WILLIAM INGRAM, ROBERT ORGAN "BEEP-BEEP'
"I just came across this web site. I served at Webb from 1966-1970 as a jet engine mechanic with the 3560th FMS. Seeing these pictures brings back many memories of my youth. I do have a question thou. I'm trying to figure out which hanger is hangar 25. I worked out of,,I beleive a hangar known as T-2 or T-4..I can't remember if thats even the correct designation. We removed and repaired ,or replaced the engines in the T-38's and T-37's. I remember my hangar wasn't far from the motor pool or the engine shop. Isn't aging great,,,lol."
"What a Great job and website, I am a graduate of UPT Class 69-05.
And I got to know about this website from one of my friend Joan Selby.
I have enjoyed my time at Webb AFB and remember BIG SPRING citizens as a foreigner with
Great admiration and thankful for the hospitality and kindness during my training.
Please except me a friend in your organization.
Major General Mansour Bin Bandar. Royal Saudi Air Force
"I was one of "The Foriegn Students" Marines in 69-E. My wife and I enjoyed our tour with the Air Force and would do it again if we could. Got my Navy Wings of Gold in July 69 and was in DaNang in Novermber 69 flying A-6A Intruders.
Look forward to visiting your Museum in my next cross country drive."
"My first husband, 1/Lt. Robert E. Ryan, USAFA '69 trained at Webb AFB from September 1969-September 1970. He was KIA Laos 30 Oct 71 in an 02-A. We enjoyed our time at Webb AFB. The group of guys he trained with were really special. I have pictures of some of them but I no longer can remember their names. "
"I am a graduate of UPT Class 62-B, and would like to hear from any graduate of Class 62-B. I attended the last reunion and am planning for the 2009 reunion. The guest speaker for the Saturday Reunion Dinner, Col. Julius Jayroe, was my OIC at HQ USAF, PRIA when I was assigned there as a reservist, IMA. He had an honorable and distinguished career and will be an interesting speaker."
"Great website, I was stationed at Webb from 1962-1966 Acft mechanic flightline Echo flight.Planning to attend the reunion in OCT, would love to here from anyone that knew me. I've seen a couple of guys on the guest book and have e-mailed them. Thanks for the site and good work."
"Great site. I graduated from UPT in Webb Class 67G Red Barons and remember it as yesterday . I plan to be at the 2009 Base reunion. If any other 67G jocks are interested in a UPT Class 67G reunion, please email me.