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Nameedward t. (tom) basl jr.
Date2017-09-17
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PUBLIC email addresstbaf1963.67@gmail.com
MessageSomeone write, let me know how the 62nd went to the 87th and became the red bulls. I was in the 87th, but at Lockbourne A.F.B.,Ohio until 08/67. Also did transit work on F106's and F4's. The base at that time had a refueling wing of KC135's and several EC135's. When it went T.A.C. Langley moved a wing of KC130's to our base. Loved working on the 101B's. Our tail section was all blue with yellow stars. Did several T.D.Y's to Wurtsmith and Tyndall. Enjoyed all of them.



Private Message added 2017-09-16


NameRoy Lee Hill
Date2017-08-29
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MessageMy name is Sonya, my father Roy Hill served in the SAC in 1966-1967, looking for people who served with my father at KI Sawyer. Please email me so that I can get your info to my dad. Thanks!
sonya1177@gmail.com


NameDonald T Stansky
Date2017-08-23
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PUBLIC email addressstado12handlebar@gmail.com
MessageI worked there as a civilan employee for the 87th fis engine shop. What a wonderfull group of people I was I was able to work with. I'am in the twilight of my years now (87). I will be forever gratefull for the people I met and worked with.


NameTammy Furst
Date2017-08-21
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PUBLIC email addresstammysfurst@sbcglobal.net
MessageI have been doing family research, My dad is Gene Keyser, He was stationed there in october 16, 1967. He died in a car accident there. It has taken time for me to get this connection. I plan to visit the museum to explore, and learn more.


NameGlen Gehlker
Date2017-07-27
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PUBLIC email addressggehlker@hotmail.com
MessageStationed at K.I. from 65 to 67. CES, Heating plant.
Looking for several friends from the old days and the Ishpeming/Negaunee/Marquette area. Mary Ann Akel, Jeannie Fassbender, Robin Hood, Carole Liimatainen and Micheal Ogea. Most, if not all have surely married over the years. But they, or their families, may still be in the area. Would really like to hear from, or about all. Any help in locating them would be greatly appriciated.

Glen F, Gehlker
1st Sgt, USAF, Retired


NameRay Dasenbrock
Date2017-07-26
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PUBLIC email addressrayd6535@yahoo.com
MessageServed at KI fall of 1970 to fall of 1972 at the base hospital. Met and served with great people.


NameRoger Helton
Date2017-07-01
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PUBLIC email addressrogerhelton747@gmail.com
MessageHello to all that served at the KI. I was based with the 62nd FIS on the Voodoo from April 1968 until Oct 1970 when I separated. I worked under MSGT Earl Avery. I have never been anywhere as cold as the KI before or after. My oldest was born on base (Jennifer) in Feb 1070 during a dual event, Blizzard and ORI. What fun! KI was one of the few bases where a low ranking E-3 could get base housing. We lived on Packet for almost two years. There was a small little gas station in the housing area where I worked for a year. I think the price per gallon was about .32 cents. Fond memories for me, it seems like two centuries ago.


NameRoger Helton
Date2017-07-01
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PUBLIC email addressrogerhelton747@gmail.com
MessageHello to all that served at the KI. I was based with the 62nd FIS on the Voodoo from April 1968 until Oct 9170 when I separated. I worked under MSGT Earl Avery. I have never been anywhere as cold as the KI before or after. My oldest was born on base (Jennifer) in Feb 1070 during a dual event, Blizzard and ORI. What fun! KI was one of the few bases where a low ranking E-3 could get base housing. We lived on Packet for almost two years. There was a small little gas station in the housing area where I worked for a year. I think the price per gallon was about .32 cents. Fond memories for me, it seems like two centuries ago.


NameFrank Ciriza
Date2017-06-15
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PUBLIC email addressfciriza1@yahoo.com
MessageHowdy yo'all! I was at KI from 61-65. Represented KI at several local & state Golden Gloves tournaments, winning state titles twice; attended NMU in Marquette, obtained a master's from UTEP & a doctorate from NMSU; taught at 3 universities & retired in 2002 from San Diego St. Univ. I keep in touch with Jim Goloversic who lives in Ishpeming & was at Sawyer with me. If there's anyone out there who remembers me & wants to get in touch, please do so via e-mail or call me at (915) 373-8215. I'd love to hear from you!


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