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"I was station at Webb AFB from 1957 to 1960 in the Civil Engineering Gp. working the for the base Real Property Officer. I returned in 1968 and became the civilian Real Property Officer until 1972. I had learn that the base was going to close I transferred to Dallas and work in the Regional Offfice of the Veteran's Administration for a number of years before entering the Real Estate Finance working for banks,private developers,and foreign investors from Europe and Canada. I am in still in the real estate consulting business today here in Arizona. Webb was my beginning in the real estate business and I will always remeber the good and bad but the fun times too I had in Big Spring. I was there for the Hanger 25-2005 Reunion saw some of my old good friends still living in Big Spring..."
From: Jerry Kohler  (joxjk37@msn.com)City: Prescott,Az   Country: USA
 Date Posted:5/22/2007

"Went thru pilot training in 64-D at WEbb. Returned as an instructor in the T-37 for another 4 yrs. Rose White, civilian, signed me on active duty in Nov, 62 and signed me off in Dec, 67. 2000 hrs in the Tweet. "
From: Gene Johnson  (patgenejohnson@aol.com)City: Dundee,Ill   Country: USA
 Date Posted:5/22/2007

"i love this site keep it up"
From: Owerri  Imo   (owerri_imo@yahoo.com)City: lome   Country: togo
Homepage: http://www.mallam.comDate Posted:5/15/2007

"My father, Burt T. Johnson, retired out of Big Spring in about 1965 after 25 years of service. We had been in Tripoli, Libya just before that. He was in communications, but I am uncertain of his role on this base. I have vague memories riding the bus from chapel to housing. I always felt safe living on base. What a caring community of people to be surrounded by. Dad moved us to Arlington, TX where he lived until 1989. Then he moved to Sedro Wooley, WA. He passed away in 2002."
From: Lenora Johnson Strebeck  (lstrebeck@yahoo.com)City: Arlington   Country: USA
 Date Posted:4/12/2007

"Stationed at Webb in 71-72 after tour in Japan and Korea on F4s. Crew chief on T38s, real nice duty with great hours. Had many good friends on and off base. Very nice area and people. Wagon Wheel was allways an interesting place to hang out as was Big Spring City Park. As others have mentioned I to arrived at night and was fooled by refinery lights into thinking town was much bigger. "
From: Howard Spicer  City: Northfield, N.H.   Country: USA
 Date Posted:4/12/2007

"I was stationed at Big Springs AFB ,later Webb AFB in 1952-1954 in the Hq Sq Sec. 3560th Air Base Gp. I was a dispatcher in Base Operations so got to meet with many of the pilots and cadets during the 2 years there. Big Springs was very dry during those years so we had dust storms regularly leaving red dust everywhere. Being from Indiana where things are green it was quite a change. I did learn to enjoy the area and have returned a couple of times just to renew old memories. Am glad that I found the museum site and would like to visit at the next reunion. "
From: Jim Strange  (stranger@nettally.com)City: Tallahassee   Country: usa
 Date Posted:4/10/2007

"I was stationed at Webb AFB with the 33st FIS as an Aircraft Electrician from January 1961 thru September 1962. At first I didn't care much for West Texas bus as I spent more time there I learned to appreciate it. I have a lot of very goof memories, both on base and in town. I wouldn't trade my experiences in the Air Force, especially at Webb AFB/Big Spring, for anything."
From: Charles Blanford  (charles.blanford@eds.com)City: Crestwood, KY   Country: USA
 Date Posted:4/4/2007

"Stopped by last Fall but museum not open. My wife's uncle Arthur Wintheiser, a private pilot, stuntman was a part of the airport history late 30's, 1940's and would like to learn more about museum on next visit during visiting hours and about any part he played in airport history. Art was involved with gov't in developing air mail service in upper mid-west. He also performed in air shows. His brother and my father-in -law walked wings and performed flying a bi-plane. do not know much more but did get an article and picture from a lady at museum some years ago. Appreciate hearing from you. May not be able to visit until November 2007. Thank you. will continue perusing site info. Great! John"
From: John F. Archambo  (cjarchambo@hotmail.com)City: Pequot Lakes MN   Country: USA
 Date Posted:3/30/2007

"Many happy memories for this graduate of Class 62F ... the first all-jet Pilot Training class at Webb. Half of our Basic class went to Randolph as the prototype T-38 class ... I stayed behind in the 'T-Bird' and went on to fly C-135s with MATS at Travis AFB. Instructor in Primary was Hayes Bryan, Basic was Jim Fletcher - both excellent instructors and good men. Looking forward to attending a reunion someday."
From: Jack Welty  (welty@cox.net)City: San Clemente, CA   Country: USA
 Date Posted:3/29/2007

"I graduated from UPT at Webb in Feb 1970 with Class 70-05 and went on to spend five years on active duty, including one year in Thailand flying the EC-121R. Upon returning to the US, I was assigned to Loring AFB, ME and flew the KC-135A. When my tour of duty in the Air Force was complete, I went into commercial aviation and recently retired as an American Airlines Captain on the B767/757. I enjoyed my time at Webb very much and look forward to hearing from any of my old pilot training class buddies."
From: Marv Bryant  (marvbryant@aol.com)City: Miami, FL   Country: USA
 Date Posted:3/29/2007

"Thanks for the memories - great pictures. Spent many an hour staring at that runway. USAF- Air Weather - Webb Air Force Base - 1971-1972"
From: David Buchholz  (davidandellie@yahoo.com)City: Denver   Country: USA
 Date Posted:3/26/2007

"Excellent site, much good information, thank you!"
From: Alex Schneider  (alex1979@yahoo.com)City: NY   Country: US
Homepage: http://4womenonly.mutexdevelopments.comDate Posted:3/11/2007

"What a neat place even if your not a history buff."
From: Brenda Walton  (minnowmac@hotmail.com)City: Big Spring   Country: usa
 Date Posted:3/6/2007

"I went through Jr. and Sr. High School in Big Spring and occasionally visited Webb AFB. A neighbor, Vernon Dudley was an Webb Instructor Pilot. At Texas Tech in 1957, Vernon was finishing his degree In engineering, under the AF "Bootstrap" program. He flew at Reese AFB to qualify for flight pay, and had me wear my AFROTC uniform, and took me flying in a TB-25. What a thrill for an 18 year old kid! My UPT was in 64H at Willie. One day I was assigned to fly some parts to Webb, in a fiberglass box called "the coffin", installed in the back seat. I never shut down the engine, and taxied to the runway to fly back home. That was my only contact with Webb AFB as a military officer. I come back to Big Spring for High Schools reunions, and hope to visit Hangar 25 one day. You have a very nice web site. "
From: Logan Boles  (loganboles@yahoo.com)City: Tiburon, CA   Country: USA
 Date Posted:2/28/2007

"My Dad was the C/O of the 339FIS 1955-1957. We lived there on base for two years and loved it. I would like to find as many pictures as posible. Thanks B.Y. Jr."
From: Bryant Anderson Jr.  (cappyjr1@verizon.net)City: Warrenton   Country: USA
 Date Posted:2/28/2007

"Awesome! My Dad lives in Big Spring and served in Vietnam. I love to see stuff like this. Being a military brat I grew up around it. It always reminds me that my freedom was bought with a price. "
From: Vada  Ross  (DavidvadaRoss@sbcglobal.net)City: Columbus oh   Country: USA
 Date Posted:2/23/2007

"I was a graduate of UPT Class 73-06. I have many fond memories of my time at Big Spring. I went on to fly the F-111A and after leaving the Air Force I worked as a Test Conductor for the F-18, AV8B, F-117, U2, and currently the B2 Spirit at Edwards AFB. My son John R. was born on Christmas Day 1972 at Webb AFB Hospital! He went on to graduate from the US Air Force Academy, class of 1995. I own a Mooney M20C and hope to, someday, land on the runway where I first learned to fly! "
From: John Moro  (seagull7@mindspring.com)City: Lancaster, CA   Country: United States
 Date Posted:2/20/2007

"My dad, Robert F. Escalle, was a cadet at Webb in Class 53-C. He graduated on May 1, 1953. He flew the T-28A Trojan and T-33 Shooting Star jet trainer. This site is a great way to remember those who served at Webb and not forget its heritage."
From: Jim Escalle  (jimescalle@earthlink.net)City: Bakersfield   Country: USA
Homepage: http://www.robertescalle.netDate Posted:2/20/2007

"Graduated from UPT is class 65-G. Went on the fly F-4s on active duty then on to United Airlines. Retired as a B-747-400 Captain. Also continued flying in the Air Force Reserve. Flew the A-37 and finally the A-10. Still remember with fond memories graduation day at Webb and how proud I was (and still am) of those silver wings! "
From: Hugh Hebert  City: Larkspur, CO   Country: USA
 Date Posted:2/19/2007

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