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"Thru this web site I've been contacted by a friend that I served with at Webb,,and haven't heard from in 40 years. Brings back alot of memories of when I was a whole lot younger. He snt me a link to an Air Force site called "Together We Served". Thru it you can find a wealth of information about any unit or base you were assigned to and it lists those members who have joined the site. I hope the administrators of this site allow this link to remain and perhaps even list it on their links page. You have to register and its free. Here's the link unless the admins delete it,,thanks.
"This Museum has a heart only surpassed in size by it's historical signifiance to the lives it has touched. The men and women who served at BSBS and Webb AFB, as well as those currently on the preservation team ( Board / Staff / Volunteers) continue to showcase their honor for our Great Nation in the efforts put forth to preserve this little bit of History. Memories create the ripple effect. God Bless you all."
"I graduated with Class 69-01, 3Aug68. IPs were 1lt Gene Hall, (T-37) and Capt Bob Sager, (T-38). Assigned to F-100D's at Luke and Tuy Hoa. 173 missions in SEA. Flew various models of the F-4 thereafter. Retired Lt Col in 1993."
"Any jet engine mechanics (43250) out there from the 3560th FMS that served at Webb during the period of Sept 66 to Feb 1970,,,I worked at the hangar where we removed,, fixed,, or replaced the engines in the T-38's and T-37's,,(can't recall the hangars #) Only name I can remember is MSgt Richardson who was my boss,, he was from Phila like myself."
"I was stationed at Webb AFB, 1968-1972, coming from Randolph AFB with T-38s . Our squadron was 3560th PTW and I was Flight Chief, Golf Flight, just south of Hangar 25. Some of my crew members were Mills, Peterson, Vanderwarn, Van Ryzin, Verheeck, Howard, Overton, Porter, Moon, Talarico and Redden. Some of our very good friends were Dick Dykes and Wilbur Hudson, Joe Fenton and Leeland Gayheart. I enjoyed my tour there very much and same for my wife and two daughters. Retired in 1975 to California. God bless America!"
"I enjoyed your site. I was stationed at Webb from Dec 69 until May 72. I was in OMS and spent most of my tour in Squadron Training. I worked part time at the NCO club and left the AF as a Sgt.. I joined the Air National Guard, served 22 more years and retired as a Major. Great job. Mike"
"I was stationed at WEBB from 8/68 till my discharge in April '72. Worked in the T-37 PE Docks in Hangar 25. I can honestly say I would not change a thing. My time there in retrospect was among some of the best times of my life. I'm glad I found this site and that Hangar 25 has been converted to a museum. Brings back a lot of memories."
"Bob wrote,,,"I WAS STATIONED THERE FROM 1966-1970 3560OMS PE HANGER"
From: bob werner
Bob I was also stationed at Webb from 66-70,,worked the 3560th FMS,, Started out working in the hanger ( and for the life of me I can't remember the hanger number) where we removed,, repaired, and replaced the engines in the T-37's and T-38's. Later on I became a trouble shooter for engine problems,,was alot of fun taxing the planes out to the run-up pad and checking them out,,put in ALOT of longgggg nights keeping those planes flying. Became a Philadelphia fireman in 1970. Retired from the Phila F.D. in 2006 as a Lieut. "