KI Sawyer Heritage Air Museum GUEST BOOK
KI Sawyer Heritage Air Museum
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|Message||I was assigned to the 410th CSSq, Consolidated Base Personnel Office (CBPO) from 21 Oct 1970 - 11 Nov 1973. It was great being a Yooper for 3 years!|
|Message||410 FMS 1962 to 1965 It was a beautiful place to be while serving. Just visited in Sept. 2019. Was VERY upsetting to see it now!!! Thanks Clinton! The museum was the only thing worth seeing. The folks there have done a great job. Keep it up. They need donations to help with what it takes, so if any of you can, PLEASE GIVE (tax deduction). I have no connection with the museum, just want to see it again on my next visit|
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|Message||Hi there, I just wanted to say, you're dead wrong. Your point doesn't make any sense.|
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|Message||I was born on K.I. Sawyer July 9, 1981, even though I was very young when we left I still have very vivid memories of the base and our housing from that time.|
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|Message||WAS STATIONED THERE FROM 1960 TO 1964|
parachute Rigger for the 52s.
|Message||This was first duty station for 10 years. 82-92. Was with 410th FMS engine shop then to the flightline then change to OMS on bomber side. Then to 46th ARS flightline. Then was discharged to the Airforce Reserves in Portland OR 304th/939th combat rescue. Became a engine mechanic then flight engineer on H-60G Pave hawks. Retired after coming back from Kawait and Iraq. 22yrs.|
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|Message||410th SPS, Charlie Flight. 1985-1989.|
It was and always will be "Some Place Special"
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|Message||I was stationed at K.I. Sawyer, as a tower air traffic controller, from August, 1967 to July, 1069.|
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|Message||Stationed there 1973-1976, Law Enforcement. Just mailed in my membership renewal for 2 years.|
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|Message||KI was a wonderful experience for myself. I left Taiwan and came to Marquette. It took about a week to warm up. Wide temperature difference.|
I was in the 410th Transportation Gp. My position was repairing the many different types of motor vehicles. Now and then I did mobile maintenance within base confines. Never boring for an instant.
Use to like testing out the track master on the deep snow.
Never made it back to the area.