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6910th Security Wing – Cambrai-Fritsch Kaserne – Darmstadt, Germany
Mar 1963 to Mar 1966

Morse Intercept Operator with Mission Control
6910th Security Wing
Cambrai-Fritsch Kaserne
Darmstadt, Germany

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70 comments for “6910th Security Wing – Cambrai-Fritsch Kaserne – Darmstadt, Germany
Mar 1963 to Mar 1966”

  1. Was stationed at 6910th from ’65-67. From South Carolina. Would love to hear from guys that I served with. Can’t remember flight. Was a “ditty bopper”. Having trouble remembering names….can see the faces, but memory about shot on names. Also, wnet to 6937th in Pakistan after. Have located several guys that served with over there. If you remember me, please say hello.

    Posted by Frank Price | January 10, 2011, 11:18 am
  2. Just found this site. I don’t remember your dad, but I was at Darmstadt from Mar 64-Mar 66. I was voice intercept–czech.
    It was fun reading the orders you have posted. Found several friends on them.

    Posted by Robert Ehrenberger | February 18, 2011, 10:07 am
  3. I was a cold warrior in the 6910th at Darmstadt from ’63-’66. I was a morse intercept operator. My main memory is of being exhausted all the time because of the constant shift changes.

    Posted by Mike Beeby | February 21, 2011, 6:06 pm
  4. I was in the 6910th from September ’63 until August ’66 and was the Block 5 supervisor on D flight. It was a great assignment. Our first apartment was in Griesheim, and then we lived in temporary quarters and regular housing in Lincoln Village. Our oldest daughter was born in Wiesbaden. At the time, my brother was in the AF at Ramstein, so we had great times being with family. Good friends there were TSgt Tom Hickey, TSgt Bobby Holloway, A1C Don Whitworth, SSgt Chuck Purcell. MSgt John Parham was our flight NCOIC. I was there at the same time as Bethel Hendrix, but he must have been on a different flight because we did not work together. However, my wife remembers him and his wife from the NCO Club. They loved to dance, and really enjoyed the Air Force. He told us that he had the ideal life–good travel, a steady job, and a lot of friends. Thanks for putting up this website to bring back the old memories.

    Posted by Gary Griggs | February 25, 2011, 4:04 am
  5. I was also an X1 on D flight. Lived in Griesheim, I remember Don Whitworth, Chuck Purcell and Sgt Parham. I sat position until I was moved back with Joe Kessler DF section and worked the antenna patch panel.

    Posted by Reid (skip) Dugger | March 5, 2011, 12:59 pm
  6. For Frank Price, Roger Boss (voice) and I were roomies on Dog Flight. Hope this will bring a few more memories. You had to leave for home early due to death in family. That was a hard night.

    Posted by Jim Cioni | November 14, 2011, 11:43 pm
  7. Lived there as a brat from 60-63 and 66-69. Dad (SMsgt Billy Morris) was a 202 if I remember correctly and was on Able & Baker flights. Dad passed away several years ago and am still finding things from his days at the 6910th and Memory Field supporting his beloved Comets.

    Posted by Wayne | November 21, 2011, 8:00 pm
  8. Trying to find Mike Beeby…

    I was stationed in Darmstadt from Jan ’63 to Dec ’64 and was transferred to the 6924 in Danang.

    Posted by Steve Mackler | December 31, 2011, 11:53 pm
  9. I was in Darmstadt on Charlie Flt from 1964-65 as a Russian 203. I remember 292’s Charlie Langer, Bernie, Tiny and those guys. We had fun with them on trips to Amsterdam. Great times !

    Posted by Tom Person | April 4, 2012, 9:56 am
  10. I was in teletype maint 64 -65 (Butch) Great memories

    Posted by August E Nystedt | May 12, 2012, 3:47 pm
  11. I was stationed in Darmstadt from 1964 to 1966 until I married a German women and lost my SSIR clearance. I worked in the comm center transmitting intell teletype messages to DIRNSA and other places. Love’d our trips to Amsterdam :-)

    God Bless Us All

    Posted by Jim Farris | June 24, 2012, 6:36 am
  12. I was a 203 from 1964 to 1967. I recognize Tom Person’s name. Seems to me his roommate was named Larkin. Not sure about any of the other names listed above. Three years ago 3 of us who served together (Bob Melvin,aka Mel, Tom Sullivan, and Dave Blume) and a german buddy we hung out with while stationed in the 6910th got together for a weekend to reminise and reconnect. It was great. Am also in touch with John Williams, aka Der Willie and Schnurrbart who was also in the 6910th.

    Posted by Ken Kohlmeier | January 3, 2013, 9:25 pm
  13. 6910’th in 1963-64 as a Morse Intercept Operator. Looking for some old buddies. Hank Pfeifer from Brooklyn, New York. Mike O’Dea and Ken Hassenbank who re-enlisted as Tech Sgt’s in 1966 from the 6937’th. Still have friends in Darmstadt. Have visited a few times. All has changed. Life is good.

    Posted by Burt Gendron | January 5, 2013, 11:30 am
  14. To: Frank Price We went to Keesler together and then to Darmstadt. You were buddies with Hicks. another redneck. lol

    Posted by Bob Marshall | January 15, 2013, 12:48 pm
  15. to FRANK PRICE forgot to mention my email is robertross46@yahoo.com. trying to remember names after all these years. bill lobo, jim kooksey, olan hassenfuss, ralph bobb, bob rex, sgt. moore. I was there for 39 mos. 65-68. longest of any enlisted.

    Posted by Bob Marshall | January 15, 2013, 3:01 pm
  16. A guy I served with in Darmstadt just gave me this web site. I was there from 1964 to 1967. My MOS was 29252. I also went to Kessler and then Goodfellow AFB in San Angelo. Happy to hear from anyone I knew over there.

    Posted by Chuck Beddis | May 1, 2013, 3:53 pm
  17. Chuck, we were on either Baker or Dawg flight together. I was also there from 1964 to 1967 and never left. I still live in Darmstadt.

    Posted by jerry kidder | May 9, 2013, 10:37 am
  18. Was a ditty bopper on Charlie from Jun 64 to Oct 66. Went 2T to 6937th to finish my tour.

    Posted by Bob Siriani | May 15, 2013, 7:02 am
  19. From 1959 to 1961 was in Sembach, Then in 61 the 6910th moved to Darmstadt. If there is anyone that was there on “DOG” trick, why, I would like to hear from you….

    Posted by Rod Calkins | June 11, 2013, 10:43 am
  20. X1 on dawg flight from March 64 to Feb 66 when I went 2T to Pakistan. Roomed with Tom Kocurek, Fred and Duffy. Friends with Bill Lobo, Paul Hicks, Ken Beyers and others whose names have been forgotten. Am on 6910th MyFamily web site.

    Posted by Joseph Becht | July 7, 2013, 9:09 am
  21. I was stationed at the 6910th from Feb 61 to Nov 62 and I was assigned to Able Flight (Able Aces).

    Posted by John | August 16, 2013, 8:20 am
  22. Hi, I am writing in the name of a girlfriend. She is now 54, her father was Eugene Urby (Uerby ??). He was in Darmstadt around 1958-1960 . Does somebody know how I can start my serach to help her find her rooth ??. Any comment and idea is appreciated. thank you. Martina

    Posted by Martina | August 25, 2013, 2:55 pm
  23. “google” 6910 Security Wing Darmstadt,Germany. He was at the Cambrai-Fritsch Kaserne. There should be other web sites where vets can search for each other. Good Luck.

    Posted by bob marshall | August 26, 2013, 11:58 am
  24. Hey let me join the crowd. I was also in Darmstadt with the 6910th from Mar 64-Jun 66 and Jul 67-Jul 70. These pictures are a great reminder of my two wonderful tours of duty in Darmstadt!
    Rummelbrau, Klapperhof, Suicide Alley, The Russian Church,and the list goes on and on!!!!Bill Lobo, retired from ESC in Feb 1991

    Posted by Bill Lobo | September 1, 2013, 9:03 am
  25. Hi, Stationed 6910th Sec. Wg. from Oct 1965 to Nov 1967. Then to Taipei Taiwan. Morse intercept opr. MOS 29231. Unable to remember which flight. Can only remember first names, Gutz, Pat, Jose, and Don.

    Posted by Kim Buchholdt | September 2, 2013, 9:53 am
  26. Ernest Gould
    Harold Susskind
    Bobby Fisher
    Are any of you guys still alive?

    Posted by ed cabaniss | October 25, 2013, 5:00 am
  27. in 6910th from 1953 to1956. people I knew Jim Swope, Woody Wood, Pulmar in motor pool.

    Posted by Roland Brooks | December 31, 2013, 11:38 pm
  28. Frank Price–U ole stump jumper from South Carolina—I worked right next to you on radios in Darmstadt—U & I were good friends with Jim Rollins from Tennessee
    Mike Beeby—I was Rich Smith’s roommate when u and he rode cycles—those BMW and Hirex cycles
    I was stationed at CFK in Darmstadt from march ’65 to March ’68
    Went to keesler from Sept. ’64 to Feb. ’65
    Some names I remember right now were:
    Ralph Woods—great catcher for Johnny Ross (Pitcher from Kentucky) on the Comets championship baseball teams
    Jim Rollins—another really good ballplayer
    Rich Smith…my first roommate—married German gal “Trudy”
    Paul Hipsley–another roomie from Baltimore
    Wayne Shovelin-roomie later on—he had been at Edinburgh before base closed there
    Barry Hodgson—another roomie later—he was from Calif.
    Both Wayne & Barry had Porsche’s which we’d go to Ops & leave after the bus & beat the bus to work
    Tom Layne from hilton, NY
    Charlie Napinski—played as a punter on Rhein main football team
    Denny Griffin
    Hank Kuhlmann
    Charlie Reynolds (I think his name was Charlie)
    Sgt. Jimmy Vincent
    Sgt. Billings
    Sgt. Morrill
    Ron Neurenberg—not sure of spelling last name
    Fred Kupstis
    Jim Cooksey (or Kooksey–from around Canandaigua NY
    Nathaniel Leftwich

    These are only some of the guys—cain’t remember a lot of names right now but some more may come later

    Any of U guys reading this from that timeframe—feel free to e-mail me: jim.s.4030@gmail.com
    Don’t fergit the dots after jim and after the s otherwise the e-mail will come back at ya

    Posted by Jim Scheid | January 28, 2014, 9:27 pm
  29. I forgot to put in that I was in “DOG” Flight when I was at CFK from ’65-’68
    Some more names I can recall:
    Sgt. Smith worked in our bay under Sgt. Lee
    Ernie Reynolds, not Charlie as stated earlier
    Les Binkley (a pretty good lefty pitcher)
    Mark Peschmann (I think that’s his last name)

    Posted by Jim Scheid | January 29, 2014, 8:58 pm
  30. Was a Morse Intercept Operator from Mar 66 thru May 68 then on to Osan Korea to the 6922nd Det. Lived at CFK in “C” flight if memory serves.

    Posted by Bob Nardone | March 12, 2014, 5:08 pm
  31. Was in Darmstadt 1962-1964. 6910th Radio group Mobile. memory not gthat great anymore. Lived off base with wife and son Mark born in Frankfort.

    Posted by Thomas D. Roesch | March 15, 2014, 11:14 pm
  32. I was a dependent in Darmstadt from 1960 to 1963, and again from 1968 to 1969. I was in grades 1-4 and then 9th grade during those times. My father was Oliver Wickey, who was attached to 6910th, Dog Flight. He was a supervisor and I would love to hear from anyone who knew him or my parents. We lived in Lincoln Village just down the hill from CFK. DW

    Posted by Doug | March 31, 2014, 10:21 am
  33. 65-68, and I’m thinking it was baker flt, but comments from couple I know on here, Dugger and Beddis, are saying it was dog flt.
    Some I remember in addition to those 2 guys
    Joe Price
    Bill Burton
    Louie Crow(just found out he died)
    Jim Holcomb

    Married pregnant Girlfriend and Shepard still fightn WWII so lost clearance and got out after 8.
    LOVED our work/our mission.

    Retired, married to young Filipino, andwe have little boy, living in Cebu Philippines for last 4 years.
    Lots of Germans in this area, but no food like the Klapperkerhoff(?)

    Would love to hear from anyone.

    Posted by Bill Byrd | April 2, 2014, 3:02 am
  34. re: Ed Cabaniss’ comment above, I was on Dog 6/62-9/63 then Easy Flight ’til 6/64 then 2T Shemya.
    I worked for Ernie Gould, until I didn’t – long story.
    Went to 202 tech school with Harold
    About four years ago (2010) I heard Ernie was alive and well in San Antonio, no word on Harold.

    Posted by Skip LaMay | April 12, 2014, 5:13 am
  35. was a morse intercept operator in Darmstadt from 1962-1965

    Posted by george ultrino | April 12, 2014, 4:13 pm
  36. Station 6910th from 62-65 was on Charlie Flt.
    Worked in Comm Center. Played baseball for comets under Johnny Ross. Work with one of people on your comment list(Jim Farris)

    Posted by Sam Hargrave | April 21, 2014, 7:07 pm
  37. i was stationed at 6910th feb 64 till may 1966 on charlie flight.played quarterback for charlie flight on flag football team and softball and volleyball team. also bowled on the bowling team. my sup was ssgt perris great guy. love to hear from any the guys on charlie flight. now living in north carolina, retired but working at a golf course 3 days a week.

    Posted by jerry henley | June 9, 2014, 9:44 pm
  38. Sam Hargrave, and Jim Scheid I know several of the names both of you mentioned. I played for the Comets in 1961 and 1962. Johnny Ross arrived a few days shy of being legal to play in the GSD and USAFE playofs in 1962.
    I am in contact with Johnny Ross and Jim Rollins, I have a cd on the Comets from 1950’s to 1970’s many photos and many articles from the Stars and Stripes clippings that Johnny Ross’s scrapbooks had in it.

    Johnny Ross, and Jim Rollins both live in San Angelo, Tx.

    Charlie Church Able flight 1960 to 1963.

    Posted by Charlie Church | June 10, 2014, 11:32 pm
  39. Hey guys, I went to Keesler in 1960 and then to Darmstadt. Came back to states in April 1963. I was a 202. Sure would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. Thanks Allen (Micky)

    Posted by Allen Manges | July 13, 2014, 1:55 pm
  40. Hey Guys, I went to Keesler in March 1960 and then to Darmstadt. I was a 202 in Able Flight. Came back to states in April 1963. Would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. Thanks, Allen

    Posted by Allen Manges | July 13, 2014, 1:57 pm
  41. Actually went to Keesler in Sept. 1959 and then to Sembach Air Base near Kaizerslaughtern, and then to Darmstadt in 1961. I was a 202. Able flight 6910th. Would enjoy hearing from anyone who remembers me. thanks, Allen

    Posted by Allen Manges | July 14, 2014, 4:46 pm
  42. Posted by Allen Manges | July 14, 2014, 4:49 pm
  43. Was stationed with the 6910th Security Wing in Darmstadt from 1966-1969, Baker Flight (Baker Burds.) Great place, great time and a great group of guys. Czech linquist.

    Posted by Ralph Ferguson | September 25, 2014, 9:31 am
  44. What’s up, always i used to check web site posts here
    early in the morning, because i enjoy to find out more and more.

    Posted by want | October 2, 2014, 1:17 pm
  45. Looking for Mike Rivers 1963/66. Mechanic at Darmstadt 6910th.
    I still have your beer steins.

    Posted by Behe | October 2, 2014, 1:56 pm
  46. After language training at Syracuse, I was in Darmstadt from Feb 1961 until Aug 1964. Served as a Russian 20331 on Able Flight. Spent some of my time helping to build the huge shelter at the picnic field (?south of ops?).Send me a note if any of this rings a bell…..

    Posted by Gary E Gulick | October 4, 2014, 2:25 pm
  47. I didn’t include my e-mail address in my comment:

    Posted by Gary E Gulick | October 4, 2014, 2:27 pm

    Posted by ALLEN MANGES | October 5, 2014, 9:37 am
  49. Morse Intercept operator, Charlie flight from mid 1965 to 1967. Got married, lost clearance but have gone back to Germany several times. The operations site is still there being used for something out of Wesbaden.

    Posted by Ben Touchton | October 7, 2014, 11:26 am
  50. Follow-up — not really sure about the Charlie Flight.

    Posted by Ben Touchton | October 7, 2014, 11:33 am
  51. After language training at Syracuse I was a 203 on Baker Flight from 1970 – 1972. I lived in Griesheim. Other 203s I knew were Bob Dolark, Mike Watson, Dennis Nevile, Dennis Reimer, Bruce Richardson, John Tyndall, Larry Passarini, Lou Shilaki, and Ron Demkowski. Can’t remember anyone else right now. If any of you guys are still around, give me a holler.

    Posted by Mike Pirnat | October 28, 2014, 3:17 pm
  52. My husband, Bruce Goins, was in Darmstadt from 1960 to about 1963. He was in the USAFSS with the 6910th and also played baseball with the Darmstadt Comets. He died early last year, but always so fondly of his time there and all of the guys. Recently my granddaughter wrote a paper about his time in the military. I was the one that had to be interviewed. It brought back some great memories for me.

    Posted by Judy Goins | November 4, 2014, 3:24 pm
  53. 203 Baker flight 64-67. Ken Kolhmeier already mentioned some of us that ran around together. Remember Gerald Kidder, Don Withworth and a few other that I would like to locate. Ed Savage and George Butler both 203’s. Don Withworth happened to have married a girl that I went to school with. He later became the Editor of the Lakeland Ledger in Lakeland Florida. Should have known Ralph Ferguson, but don’t remember the name. There was Sterbanz that was the Polish 203.

    Posted by John Williams | November 10, 2014, 11:26 am
  54. I was on Dawg from 5/68 to 11/69 when I got orders for flight status Vietnam. I wasn’t supposed to go, but Randy (I think his last name is Steele) got orders and freaked because his wife had just become pregnant. We went to Col. Davidson and he let us switch.
    Names I remember
    Paul Paiva (we’re still in touch)
    Lou Caccamo
    CB “Crazy Brady”
    Dickey Denault
    Milo K Sanders (this idiot got me busted a week before I left for Vietnam for not getting a haircut on a Monday, when barbers are closed. I don’t know why, but he didn’t like me)
    John James
    Dave Pizarz or Pisarz (from New York; enjoyed Scotch and Fresca)
    Jim Paul from North or South Carolina or Virginia. He may have married a local girl around ’70 or so)
    Marty Roush from San Diego area
    “Hungry” Henry Fowler from New England
    Tom Leyden from Chicago
    Gary Stetner
    Andrew “Andy” Anderson, or “en” ending
    Ron Boaz, married and lived off base
    Roland Curtis, from Grant’s Pass, Oregon, as I recall
    Wayne “Oink” Johnson
    “Pops” Peterson. The “Pops” stood for “Pass Out Peterson.” He transferred to the 6910 from Pakistan.
    “Crash” Carter
    Of course, Jim Trozzo, who I usually see at the 6994th Security Squadron’s annual reunions and we trade names
    The AP at the gate was usually Steve Michalucheck, or something like that
    Larry Giles, he was also at the 6994th. I swear he was at the 6910 on Dawg.
    Mike Conner, of course, how could I forget Mike. I visited his grave. He’s is interred at Woodhaven Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee. I’ll always miss you, Mike.
    Tsgt Swanson
    Nick the Greek, always wore black and dark glasses and boasted of having over 52 hours of Frank Sinatra on his reel to reel tape deck.
    Jim Amble
    Lt. Potter
    We also had a mission supe with the rank of Msgt. He was a tall African-American. I can’t remember his name, but all the time someone had a question, we would have to ask him and he’d reply, “Hmmm, let’s see what da MIP say.” Gosh, he was funny.
    I would really like to get in touch with Randy (Steele?) whose orders I got for flight status Vietnam (6994th Scty Sq.) so he could stay in Germany with his pregnant wife.

    Posted by Thomas (Tom) Hutchings | November 12, 2014, 9:12 am
  55. We were in Darmstadt 61-64, dad was NCOIC Charlie flight “Big Ed”. I married Paul Bellerose who was 202 61- 63. Fond memories reading these posts…

    Posted by juanita edwards | November 17, 2014, 10:39 am
  56. Judy Goins, I have a baseball signed by your husband & teammates- we kids used shank foul balls at all the games. I would love to get it to you. Email me neetski1@hotmail.com

    Posted by juanita edwards | November 17, 2014, 10:58 am
  57. I was a member of Delta flight from November 1963 until August 1966. I worked as a radio intercept analyst and am looking for members of this unit.

    Posted by Joe Ferrara | November 27, 2014, 11:29 am
  58. I was stationed at Sembach with the 6910th RGM from Oct 1958 to July 1961. I would be interested to hear from anybody that I might have worked with during that time.

    Posted by David Jackson | November 29, 2014, 8:05 pm
  59. Judy Goins, I was very good friends with Bruce. We were on same flight at Sembach as well as Darmstadt.we both played sports, me basketball and softball.. bruce was a wonderful friend and i was so sorry to hear of his passing. I was from Ky and currently live in Ga. I even have a picture of Bruce and friends in barracks at Sembach. I can be reached at

    Posted by lLarry Wilson | December 1, 2014, 3:12 pm
  60. Was stationed with the 10th for 2 tours, ’62-’66 and ’69-’74. Moved with the 10th to Augsburg, from there to Karamursel. Had 18yrs overseas duty with USAFSS. Enjoyed it all, retired @ George AFB, Calif in ’80. Moved to San Diego, 2nd career with U.of Cal. S.D. and retired 2nd time in ’99.
    Would be nice to hear from anyone who might remember me.

    Posted by Ed Neete | December 1, 2014, 5:24 pm
  61. I found this site about a month ago. I was stationed in Darmstadt from 63 to 65 and then 2T to Pakistan until October of 1966. I was on dog flt. In Germany and on Charlie in Pakistan and was a morse intercept Opre…And now for the good part, Joe Ferrara, I was one of your roommates for those two years, and boy that was hellava two years with the things we did!! 50years is a long time,but hey,they were good times. Till later, Rich Thomas….

    Posted by Rich Thomas | December 10, 2014, 1:36 pm
  62. This comment is for Jerry Henley,….. Did you receive pewter lid steins for your company? I went to a garage sale and bought a stein with Jerry on the front. If you hold up to the light there’s a lady that shines through the bottom. Just curious if you want it back?????

    Danny S.

    Posted by Danny s. | January 6, 2015, 9:52 am
  63. To Joe Ferrara. I came in May of 65 and you trained me on the nav desk. You were one crazy guy as I remember

    Posted by Jim Cioni | January 10, 2015, 2:00 pm
  64. I was a ditty-bopper at the 6910th from July 65-August 67. My nickname was Bop and I hung-out a lot at the EM club on the kasern. I’m looking for Mike Styles, Emery Yawn, Dennis Terriault, John Quinnones, Nick Poupodoupolis or any of those guys from Able Flight. e-mail: smuwakkil@gmail.com

    Posted by Alonzo | February 8, 2015, 1:37 pm
  65. I was an x2 on Dawg Flight at the 6910th from Dec. ’68 thru Feb. ’72. 2 weeks after I got married, I got orders to go, unaccompanied, to the 6922 — but Sgt. Rudy Gyngard helped me to stay in Darmstadt for my full 39 months. My flight commander was Capt. John Berry, I’m pretty sure. And Beau Cheatem (sp?), an analyst, arranged great holiday parties, financed by ‘company store’ profits. (My position was 20 pounds too close to the store.) We also had someone (Brady?) who arranged trips to Paris and Keukenhof (sp?)

    Posted by steve lubman | March 24, 2015, 12:05 am
  66. Probably don’t know any of you unless you were stationed with the 6910th. again between 1970 & 1973. We were in Darmstadt my first year or two in Germany then the unit was tranferred to Augsburgh, near Munich, Germany. We were in Augsburgh during the 1972 Munich summer olympics, and the olympic kayak races were held in Augsburgh. In Darmstadt I was a regular customer of “Relais 63″ & a member of the Darmstadt rod & gun club.

    Posted by Dan Miskelly | March 29, 2015, 4:25 pm
  67. Joe Ferrara—-I think I remember you—-were you a rehead guy?

    Posted by Jim Scheid | March 29, 2015, 11:15 pm
  68. Some more names I think I can place faces (just from reading some of these posts:
    Nick “the Greek” who wore black & sunglasses–I think his last name was “Zeckos” & I think he was from NYC–not sure
    Andy Anderson..I think he played shortstop on the Comets ball team & if this is him, he went to berlin on a ball game trip & stood on top of THE WALL

    Crash Carter now I think I remember—he got the nickname “Crash” cuz he smashed up his VW (I think)

    Thanks to Tom Hutchings for the list of names so I could remember some of them—I left Darmstadt before you got there

    Posted by Jim Scheid | March 29, 2015, 11:31 pm
  69. Charlie Church: Thanx for the info re: Johnny Ross & Jim Rollins…..as best as I can remember, Jim was from Tennessee and his wife was from San Angelo & Jim was stationed in Japan (Misawa, I think) before coming to Darmstadt. If ya want to, contact Jim Rollins & see if he remembers me & let him know of this site. Johnny Ross probably would not know me as he was on Easy ofr fox flight

    Posted by Jim Scheid | March 29, 2015, 11:44 pm
  70. I was never a redhead. “Toehead” as a kid and hair gradually changed from, blond, to dirty blonde, to sandy, lt brown, brown, gray & now white (what’s left of it). Had a short, blond haired devout Mormon as a boss on Dawg flight, think his first name was Paul. My memory was never very good and it’s getting worse all the time. Can’t remember which names are from the 6921st. & which from the 6910th. Do remember one guy I knew from both places, Denny Zamzow. He got lucky & was able to get a transfer back to Misawa when there was an X2 shortage there. I wanted to go back to Misawa, but couldn’t because I’d traded an assignment to Turkey with a guy I worked with. Col. Kelly?/Kelley? was group commander when I left Germany. My buddy from Japan, Jerry Yeager was a 702 in Germany as well. I spent a short time working in the Sports Equipment section, but can’t remember the name of my boss. A thin, short haired married guy who wore glasses, think he owned a VW camper. I had a red car made in England. Can’t remember the brand name but think it was made by the English Chrysler Co. Everyone who saw my car thought it was a Barracuda, but it wasn’t.

    Posted by Dan Miskelly | March 30, 2015, 11:51 am

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