6981st Security Group
Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
Below are images and military documents for this period of time:
AN-FLR9 at Elmendorf AFB, AKAF Commendation MedalFather's Day in AlaskaFather's Day in AlaskaElmendorf AFB Home on baseExtension - 04 Sep 1969SO GA-106 (front)SO CA-106 (back)Airman Performance Report - 30 Jun 1969 to 20 Jan 1970 (front)Airman Performance Report - 30 Jun 1969 to 20 Jan 1970 (back)Airman Performance Report - 21 Jan 1970 to 17 Jun 1970 (front)Airman Performance Report - 21 Jan 1970 to 17 Jun 1970 (back)Discharge - 10 Aug 1970Enlistment - 11 Aug 1970 (front)Enlistment - 11 Aug 1970 (back)Personnel Action Request 03 Nov 1970Personnel Action Request 06 Nov 1970Personnel Action Request 09 Nov 1970Duty and Travel Restrictions 29 Dec 1970
Thanks for the info. I’m sorry to hear about the passing of Bill Larkin and Ken Jensen.
I’m surprised by how many guys re-enlisted and how many got commissions. There were a lot of great people working in the 6981st back then.
I was trying to get in touch with Bill Larkin for a year or so but kept missing him. Then I came onto his obituary and contacted the funeral home to confirm it was him. I am sorry that I missed him. I’ve been trying to find Larry Brookins for a couple of years but no luck. The internet is such a great source, but not necessarily all encompassing.
I was at the 6981st from 1968 to 1970. I was a 202 in the Data Prep section. Supervisor was T/Sgt Jim Williams.
Looking for co-workers in thecradio maint shop.
I was stationed at Elmendorf from 1970-1972. Was on Charlie Flight. I sat rack and then cross trained and worked in the DF shop. Would love to gear from anyone who served there,
Hi Mike, I was voice on Charlie Flight July 1969 to January 1972. Where did you sit?
I was on Charlie flight, 1969 to 1971 that Harley Carter and ssgt Jim Murphy were my supervisors.
Hey Frank — good to see your post and great talking to you a month or so ago. My wife and are heading to Alaska for the 81st reunion, it would be great to see a few of the Charlie company morse code boys again. Great memories
I remember SSGT Murphy but not Carter
I thought you weren’t going to the reunion? let me know for sure.
carter was bald, glasses, smoked cigars. supervisor rw and rc
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