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"!!!!! My new contact information is cell phone 972-804-9044 & email : firstname.lastname@example.org. It's now Thanksgiving 11/28/2019. I have spoken to my brother Phillip Joshua Tolley who gave me some information regarding my father. I am still hoping anyone in my fathers family will contact me and any other brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandmother, grandfather, etc regarding my dad Mehrzad (Mark) Mostashari? Anyone who has information about my family and father would be soooo awesome and helpful and give me peace of mind and joy!!! Thank you and I pray to hear something soon !!!!!!
"********Attention:********My name is Aaron Fountain and I live in Fate, Texas near Rockwall, Texas. My biological father is Lt. Mehrzad Mostashari who trained & flew aircraft out of Webb Airforce Base in the late 60's (the 1967C picture annual @ Webb Airforce Base shows my fathers picture and lists "Police Officers College- Tehran" under my fathers name). My mother, Nelda Greenhill, met my dad @ Webb Airforce Base back in the late 60's. They became an item and later became pregnant with me. I never knew my dad because he supposedly returned to Tehran, Iran in January 1970. I was born in June of 1970. I visited the Hangar 25 Museum two years ago and I made a copy of my father's picture from the 1967C picture flight annual located in the wonderful collection they have on display at the Museum. I have several pictures of my dad and my mom together at the airforce base(one next to his Volkswagon- bug car) but I am still so curious about my father because I never got a chance to actually see him in person and I know so little about him. I was wondering if anyone might remember my dad or if anyone might know how I can get more information regarding my father? Please email me at email@example.com or email my wife at firstname.lastname@example.org. I also have a cell phone number 972-369-2294. Any information regarding my father would be very appreciated. Thanks a million!!!! "
From: Aaron Fountain (email@example.com) City: Fate, Texas Country: United States
Homepage: http://www.yahoo.com Date Posted:12/26/2007
"I arrived at Webb AFB in the summer of 1959 for basic UPT. When I graduated I stayed as an instructor with several classes in the T-33 then a couple in the T-37 and 3 more years in the T-38. My call sign was "Nick". I absolutely loved my time here as an instructor and it was by far the best assignment that I ever had. In 1965 I moved on to an assignment at RAF Alconbury UK then many other assignments before retiring in 1981. I currently live in San Antonio, TX. Looking forward to a visit to Hanger 25 in October 2019."
"Was born on Webb in 1956. My dad was stationed there in the fifties and in January 1962 transferred to Dow AFB, Maine. Came back in 1967 for a year then left to Nellis AFB and then dad had orders for Viet Nam. We lived back in Big Spring in 1969 and 1970 dad returned from Viet Nam and was stationed back at Webb till 1972. I joined the Air Force in 1973. Had orders for Webb in January 1976 but was amended to Laughlin AFB, Del Rio. I was excited at the time to be stationed at Webb where my dad was and where I was born. But fate had it that I didn't.
"I was assigned to Webb AFB in Oct. 1958 through July 1963. I worked on Post Dock of the 3560 Maintenance Squadron. Major Hershock was Commander and M/Sgt Michele was First Sergeant. I was moved from Post Dock to be in charge of the 780 Equipment and from there I was in charge of the Tech Order Distribution Center in Quality Control. I attended Howard County Junior College for almost five years taking night courses. In 1963, I was selected for the Airman Education and Commissioning Program (AECP) and assigned to The Ohio State University. In 1965 I graduated and was Commissioned at Officer Training School on December 21, 1965. After being Commissioned, I became a Transportation and Logistics Officer. Being prior service, I hit Vietnam right away in 1966 and 1967. After Vietnam, I had a tour at Military Airlift Command HQ at Scott AFB, IL. In 1969, I was again selected for an AFIT Assignment to get my Graduate Degree at The University of Alabama. From Tuscaloosa, I was assigned to USAFE HQ at Wiesbaden, Germany. I also moved to Ramstin AB when USAFE HQ moved from Wiesbaden. Career-wise, this was a most rewarding assignment. My next assignment was HQ USAF in Special Studies and Analyses. At the end of my tour at HQ USAF, I retired and went into the civilian industry. Since that time, I have served as CEO of several large manufacturing and transportation companies, CEO of my own consulting firm, and at my age I am still a full-time university-level professor. I never want to totally retire. The United States Air Force was extremely good to me. I received all of my formal education in the Air Force and that started at Webb AFB. My wife, Helen of 60 years worked at Cosden Petroleum Corp. and while at Columbus, Ohio, she was employed by Standard Oil of Ohio. We made so many lasting friends at Webb and Big Spring. I was indeed fortunate to have served with so many totally outstanding people at Webb. The assignment jump-started my military and civilian careers. I can be reached on my cell at 334-750-7780. My wife and I reside in Opelika, AL Our Son resides in Auburn, AL and is employed at St. Francis Hospital in Columbus, GA. Our Grandson was a Scholarship baseball player and received his degree at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL, Our Granddaughter is a College student and is an MP in the ARMY. She is scheduled to deploy in August 2019. "
"1966 Dad was stationed here, for flight training, I was a little kid, we just came down from Alaska, having survived the 1964 earthquake. We lived off base, on Wallace Dr. After this posting we moved back to Arizona to Luke AFB, then my dad went to Vietnam for a year and used his T-38 training over there, and flew some two thousand missions. We had a chance to see him at an officer's bungalow in Hawaii. I just remember how tired he looked, when we first saw him, after all that time. Years later we were living in Texas, in Austin, Berkstrom, AFB. A hurricane, was cumming up the gulf of Mexico, and my dad flew our private airplane up to Webb for safekeeping while my Mom and I followed up in our then new Honda Accord. This is in 1979. We even stayed in the same Holiday Inn we stayed in so many years ago. The hanger 25 museum was not there yet, but my dad drove us out to the other side of the airfield, to a squat concrete brown Cinder Block Building, he went over to a window, and peered in, and remarked, "my desk is still there!", and he looked at me, and said"Do you remember all the guys standing here with me, while we are waiting for our wives to pick us up?" I did, He looked real sad, and said, there are a lot of ghosts here, all of those men, died in Vietnam, and two died here training on General Electric Motors , Jet Engines, that just blew up, killing them. Sylvania Engines were the best!" We stayed for a couple of days, and my dad flew home in time to see a twister hit Robert Meullar Airport, where we then lived nearby. Years later I became a trucker, I had the pleasure of picking up loads of coca cola, and parking my big rig where my dad used to park his fighter. Hanger 25 was a mess, all the windows broken out, and I wished something could be done with it. I have a photo of my father kneeling in front of his T-38, in the "inspection Hanger" as what they used to call it. But all the glass windows were smashed, and it was a shame to see that. Don't people have any respect? Anymore? I visited the hanger a few times after that, and each time I went. It seemed to be in worse shape, than the last time, Until, the last time I was there, and the place was locked up, all the windows fixed! Thank God, somebody, other than me cares! Nice to see this wonderful old building, Is being used for a good purpose, instead of being a mess, full of broken glass, and shattered dreams!"
"Hello, my name is Christopher Llyod Rogers (USAF Ret) and I am the son of deceased SSGT Ronald Lloyd Rogers and Martha F. Rogers. My father served at Webb AFB in the 1964-1966 timeframe before being sent to serve at Udorn, Ubon, & Thakli, Thailand during the Vietnam War where he died in service. I'm looking for anyone who may have know my father while he was stationed at Big Spring AFB in or around 1965. My father was an aircraft mechanic in the Field Training Det. and was an Aircraft Maintenance Instructor. I was born on Webb AFB in October 1965 and have been trying to piece my father's military history together my entire life. If you or someone you know may have served with him please feel free to reach out to me via email firstname.lastname@example.org "
"Was a T-38 IP with the 3560th PTS from Oct 1965 thru Jul 1969. Transferred to 561st TFS at McConnell AFB, KS. May 1970 sent to 333rd TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli, Thailand. When I stepped off C-130 at Takhli was met by Doug Wingate a former Webb IP and "Wing Weenie." He stated I was "D" flight cmdr as of that instant. Flew the F-105 D, F & G. Forty eight combat missions and they shut down the strike missions and I led the last flight of 6 "Thuds" from Takhli to McConnell and turned them over to the national guard. Was assigned to the 56 SOW, Nakom Phanom to finish my tour. Col. Jim Rouch, also a former Webb alumni, was the vice cmdr. Went back to McConnell and flew KC-135A's until retirement in Jan. 1975. Privileged to fly F-89D, & H, T-33A, AT-33, C-47, TC-121C, RC-121D, T-38A, F-105 and KC-135A. Worked with an aerospace company for 23 years before retiring for good."