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"I was stationed at Webb AFB, from 1970- 71 and was assigned to the Civil Engineering Squadron, Cost and Real Property Accounting Section. I remember the AF Hospital that had recently been built and we di dnot want to accept it because it had cracks on the floor. When I left, it was still a pending issue.
I have some great memories of that base, and remember a butcher name Joe, (mexican guy) who worked at the base commissary. He and I became friends and we lost touch with each other.
I need your help ex-Webbers...can anyone tell me the unit designator for the Civ Eng Squadron and whether they ever had a unit patch. Please email me, or contact me by phone on my mobile: (623) 696-5056.
If anyone is trying to contact Lloyd B. Stearnes, a UPT student there, I have his information. He left Webb in 1970 and went on to become an instructor I believe from there.."
"Trying to find information as to whether a certain Pilot Training class Patch is from Webb AFB or not. It is a triangle patch with camoflage background and a T-38 aircraft at bottom and 69-E in middle If this sounds familiar please drop me a line and let me know. Thanks, Tom""
"I was stationed at Webb 1962 to 1966. the first 2 years I was assigned to the T-38 Flight line (INDIA FLIGHT). The last 2 years I worked on POST Dock 1 of the PE Hangar T-75. I joined the USAF 2 weeks out of High school along with a friend of mine. His name is Dave Mueller and I think he worked on Hotel FLIGHT his hole tour.
My room mate was Charles (Chic Vaughn) and he also worked on the PE Hangar T-75. Chic and I both married girls from Odessa, TX about 60 miles west of Big Spring. Chic and I move to Houston, TX after getting discharged and got jobs working on T38A's for NASA. I was at WEBB when the F104 crashed. i saw it flying down the runway INVERTED and then dive right onto the runway. i enjoyed my time at Webb and woundn't change for anything.
"My Brother Baba Ali Saffary was trained in Webb AFB in 1973 to 1974 from Imperial Iranian Air Force and past away after finishing his training.. I remmember he always wrote us about the people and how nice there were. in big spring and the base.
My family and wish to come there one day and see the place that he lived and flown for almost two years. I copy his picture that he took in the base in the last month of his life.
"I was looking for Don Green and found a wonderful picture of him and his wife on your website. He was one of my favorite teachers at BSHS. Thank you. "
From: Sharon Agee Morrow
City: Arlington, TX Country: us
"Trying to find information as to whether a certain Pilot Training class Patch is from Webb AFB or not.
It is a triangle patch with camoflage background and a T-38 aircraft at bottom and 69-E in middle
If this sounds familiar please drop me a line and let me know.
"I was assigned to Air Police in 1967. Big Spring was like a Home away from home being I was from Dallas. I worked in Base Police and Security until the 331st was phased out. I was a member of the Webb Aero Club and remember those final approaches coming over the Cosden refinery. I remember the escorting the BX manager to the bank to make his deposits, know at the time four years later I would meet and marry his niece.
I have post a photo of myself standing by a CAF P-38 that was part of the 1967 Air Show. Great web site hope to visit Big Spring and reminisce."
"71-04 Reunion correction and update. Many of our former student pilots have been located for a reunion in 2013. If you've not been "found", please contact Tom Roth (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dave Alverson (email@example.com), Kandi Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Fred Russell (email@example.com). Thanks, Hangar25, for keeping the Webb legacy alive."
"I spent almost 4 years at Webb from late 1951 thru to February 7, 1955. This site is great and it brings back a bunch of memories. I was just a flight line mechanic and had a great time doing my job.
By the way, I did steal one of Big Springs natives away in 1955 and we are about to celebrate our 57th aniversary in June.
Thanks again for the nice site.
"I was stationed at WEBB from 1962 until 1966. My work place was Hanger 44, I was a ground support equipment mechanic. Later our shop moved from 44 to the shop next door to the J-79 engine repair shop. I was an airman 1st class when I was discharged. I also drove a tug in the tug pool still located upstairs in 44, for both T37's and T38"s. A flight thru to J flight, and on occassion a transit bird that came in. I 'd like to have a quarter for all those birds I towed to and from those hanger and repair shops up and down that flight line. Mostly when a bad weather situation was about to set in. We were ask to tow all the birds that there was room for to the verious hangers and shops. Then when the weathered cleared they all had to be returned to their flight row.
I lived off base with my wife Barbara, who worked at the bank downtown. We lived in a garage appartment at 804 Main and we met a lot of the good people of Big Spring. "
From: Gordon Genty
City: Victoria, Texas Country: USA
"Class 71-04 pilots/IPs--planning a reunion in 2012. Visitors to this site who were in that class should contact Dave Alverson (David@famview.com) or Tom Roth (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you haven't been located.
Thanks, Hangar 25 for a nostalgic visit."