6931st Security Group
Iraklion AS, Crete, Greece
Below are images and military documents for this period of time:
USAFSS Compound on Iraklion AS, CreteIraklion AS, CreteOur Home offbase in Iraklion, CreteIraklion, Crete near our offbase homeIraklion, CreteIraklion, Crete in our offbase homeOur Home offbase in Iraklion, CreteFront Porch of our home in Iraklion, CreteOur Home offbase in Iraklion, CreteLeaving for Trip to KnossosKnossosBaseball on Iraklion AS, CreteBaseball on Iraklion AS, CreteBaseball on Iraklion AS, CreteSO T-158Airman Performance Report - 04 Mar 1967 to 03 Mar 1968 (front)Airman Performance Report - 04 Mar 1967 to 03 Mar 1968 (back)Bronze Beaver AwardAirman Performance Report - 04 Mar 1968 to 15 Aug 1968 (front)Airman Performance Report - 04 Mar 1968 to 15 Aug 1968 (back)Univ of Maryland Report CardsUniv of Maryland Cert of AdmissionExtension 07 Feb 1969Airman Performance Report - 16 Aug 1968 to 15 Mar 1969 (front)Airman Performance Report - 16 Aug 1968 to 15 Mar 1969 (back)Airman Performance Report - 16 Mar 1969 to 29 Jun 1969 (front)Airman Performance Report - 16 Mar 1969 to 29 Jun 1969 (back)Citation for Commendation MedalSO AC-113 (front)SO AC-113 (back)SO AC-284EFTO part 01EFTO part 02
Jim…did you play second base? I remember an outstanding second that gave me tips about playing that position when I was’t on the mound. Am I talking to the same guy? Ed
Don’t think so Ed. I played short from HS until 75 about 10 yrs. I hurt my arm in the AF pitching batting practice (poor techniques, I guess), anyway I only played 1 year after the AF. I played short at San Angelo w/the Ed Givins that I knew and his catcher was a guy named Moose who supposedly had been drafted by the Cardinals.
Jim…I must have gotten you mixed up with someone else, but Moose was my catcher back then. I remember a guy that taught me to kick the bag on a double play when I covered second and do it from the back side of the bag so they would have to come over the bag to get me. Was that you?
No, that was not me. At San Angelo I played short and the ED that pitched for us would play second and first and only pitch when the pitcher (not very good) would get in trouble. Moose married a woman at Goodfellow that had kids and we all would tease him. The Eddie that I knew pitched on Crete for Able Flight and the base team, and ended up going to the world tournament as a pitcher. But I don’t think he got to pitch at that level but he still had a cool ring. He then went to Turkey from what I remember. Ed was also from Missouri.
Where did all the posts from previous years go
I was wondering the same thing. I thought I was just me.
It’s been like this for a couple of months.
Hello to all. I haven’t seen alot of traffic on this site for some time. Stationed at Iraklion from 1972-1973 as a security policeman. Seems like a 100 years ago now! Do miss the food and scenery.
You were there same time as I was. I worked the Gig on Dawg flight.
You were there the same time as me, miss that place and snorkling in the Med
didn’t hang out with many from dawg flt, mainly able and some baker. Was dawg’s color green when you were there? Seems able was red, baker blue, charlie was yellow. Long time ago! It’s funny what sticks in your mind.
I was baker flight, color was blue for football (only sport I played).
I was stationed in Crete Oct 67-April 69 worked the diplomat station.Played basketball,football.track and softball.When I left there I went to 6994 det1 Vietnam on EC47.
I lived at Iraklion Air Station from 1957 to 1960. I was 4 when we left. I wish I could find our housekeeper, FOFO, her husband, George, and the British lieutenant’s wife that invited me often for tea.
was on crete 59 thru 60, dawg trick , sgt honneycut our boss, played a little softball. left there went to carswell, b58 hustler program, liked duty on crete better…lopst touch with friends there , if anyone was there around then, memory not so great with names now, but had some greast friends and times, too bad how base is now,, best to all dittgy boopers
I believe my dad played softball. He would have been Airman John Hixon, wife Barbara.
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