Guestbook Number 6 (Revised) - Sorry 'bout that GI!

Ira P. Drucks 509th RR Groups, Davis Station, vietnam BikerIra@aol.com

Sent me a message if were at Davis Station from 1/69 to 9/69 Comments:

Bill Jewitt 330th RRC bjewitt@colorado.net

Great site, Vern. Looking for John Lazarus, Tom Lombardo, Dwight Bowker, Ron Nichols or Barry Weiss Comments:

J.J. (Mick) Mickelson Previous Entry jjmick@flash.net

Made the mistake of using quotation marks around Mick. Sorry. Comments:

J.J. (Mick) Mickelson Previous Entry jjmick@flash.net

Made the mistake of using quotation marks around Mick. Sorry. Comments:

J.J. ASA - All the Way jjmick@flash.net

Saw a lot of familiar names while looking through the guestbooks. ASAers never die. Ft. Devens, USASATR (Honor Guard)98J20 - 1965-1966 (COL Millet) Ft. Hood,(2AD)98J20 - 1967 Ft. Devens, TCS, 98J30 - 1967-68 Ft. Hood, 375th ASA (Corps), 98J30/40, 1968 Ft. Devens, F Div Inst., 98J4H, 1969 HQ, USASAE, G-3/EW (Frankfurt), 1969-1971 HQ, USASAE, G-3/TSB (Augsburg), 1971-1972 USASAFS Berlin (Rudow & Marienfelde), 1972 TUSLOG Det 4 (Sinop), 1973-1974 Ft. Devens, F Div Inst., 1974-1975 Transferred to CI in 75 and retired as CW2 in 86. Kept 98J/983A as secondary until retirement. There were some good times. Comments:

James G. (Jeff) Scheffler Addendum to previous sign-in decal6@juno.com

I forgot to mention USALS (Monterey) 08/61-08/62, Chinese Mandarin Class CM-81, and 2nd Co. for PAT at Two Rock Ranch 9-12/62. (After 59 weeks of lingy training I saw the light and OJT'd 982 (98C) and worked T/A and ARDF the rest of my time in ASA (until 7/67).... Comments:

Steve A Hill Fellow Clark A/Ber's 1965-1968 steveh@cwa-union.org

Great to see this site!!I was a PI long term resident(3 years) and enjoyed every minute of it. I have been in touch with many fellas from there over the years and have a fairly good list of names and addresses from that era. Examples: Wes Gibson..Mark Anderson(PBEAR),Paul Estey..Bob Ward, Chet Read..Jon D'Orio..Jon Fullinwider..Glen Coburn..Bob Parmenter..OC Taylor....get in touch... Comments:

Charlie Brown 98C20s, among others, at DiAn, Phu Bai, and Ubon rchrist991@earthlink.com

Lotsa data, Vern! I did RTA School at USASATC&S in Devens in '70. We were blocked to Nam, and stopped off at Two Rock Ranch for TAOT. Many of us went directly from Davis Station to Phu Bai, such as Joel Norris, Tom Huie, and Dan Powers. I got there by a more circuitous route in April of '71, after spending time at the 175th in Bien Hoa, S-3 at the 303rd RR BN on Plantation compund in Long Binh, and the 409th RRD at DiAn. When the Blackhorse regiment stood down, Don Dauphin and I was assigned to the 1st RRC ( Comments:

Bill Croninger PhuBai and Rothwesten friends wcronin@cybertours.com

Looking for James Daley, Michael Ferrura or Bob Behrens from ASA days as 05H. Comments:

Bill Baum Looking for ol' buddies! wdbaum@mail.wiscnet.net

Ft. Devens (MOS 286), 1/63-7/63. Looking for Bill Collins, John Cooper, et al. 9th ASAFS, CAB, Philippines, 8/63-7/64. Looking for Phil Steinmann, Bill Probasco, Willy Tanaka, et al. 5th RRU, Bangkok, 8/64-7/65. Looking for George Schryver, Steve Hao, Dennis Hu, Ted Pappas, et al. Comments:

Bruce Nekich bnekich@nconnect.net

DLIWC '73-'74 04B Goodfellow AFB '74 98G Ft. Meade '74 - '76 NSA Detatchment and 376th ASA Co. C&P Great site! Hopefully some of the other Comments:

Freddie Salsbury fsalsbur@i2k.com

Great Pages 98J/983A/352J Ft Bragg 1970-71 Shemya 71-72 Ft Huachuca 72-73 FS Berlin (LFC) 73-77 Ft Devens 77 - 79 1AD Katterbach 79 - 81 Made WO Ft Riley 81 - 84, 86 - 88 Sinop 85 -86 Korea 88 Fitzsimmons Army Hospital 88 -89 (retirement) Comments:

Noel Koch Thanks for restoring the connective tissue isminc@mindspring.com

Vern, many thanks for the Sierra Hotel site. I was with the 3rd RRU (Whitebirch/Sabretooth)from January to December 1962. I would like to know the whereabouts of the following: Art Hood, John P. Sanderson, Gale Halversen, CWO Art Johnson, Col. Bill Cochran, and others I'll surely think of as I refresh my memory. Noel Koch USA 1957-1963 Comments:

William D. Lane willane@juno.com

Great site!!! I was an 05G/97G30. I was stationed with Det B, 201st ASA Co from 79-81. Then went to Ft Sam Houston MID from 81-84. Then back to Germany to Tm A, Det 1, Co A, 527th MI Bn (Formerly Det B, 201st Co!!!). We later became part of SIDEUR (Tm 4, SIDEUR). I am looking for anyone who was stationed with me. I am also looking a missing brother, SSG/SFC Daniel G. Willard. Comments:

William Robert Spence, Jr. Anyone who served on Mt. Meissner from Dec '71 to Apr '73 wrspence@qtm.net

Great page. I grew-up stationed on that mountain. Comments: Clifford A. Hart John 'Fudd' Lattimer, Peter 'Pete' Raynolds, Danny Hutchinson, Jim Koerber, Stan Ford, Dennis 'Bear' Kingery & others whose monikers escape me at the moment. hartsmt@fuse.net

Ft. Devens '65', Torii 65-67, Vint Hill 67 (3 mos.), 330th Plieku 67, Det.1, Ahn Khe 67-68. Looking for anyone with a still-functioning memory and a sense of humor. I still keep up with Bill 'Mack' McCrory. Love the 'site'. It's great to see mention of so many familiar places & situations. I'm forgetting something . . . Oh well, fiigmo. Comments:

Ralph Stillwell Chitose RSTILLWELL@WORLDNET.ATT.NET

I have really enjoyed reading through all the memories that have been shared through these pages. Hope to recontact some of the guys I served with during my ASA days. ( 98J20) Ft Devens, 1965-1966 Ft Meade, 1966-1966 Chitose, 1966-1968 Ft Huachuca, 1968-1969 Comments:

Jim Woody 280th ASA Berlin jwoody@usa.net

Glad to see we can safely go public. Would like to hear from any of the guys who were in Berlin during my time there from Dec 58 thru Jul 62. Especially any of the guys who hung out at the Zur Wartburg or the White Elephant. Comments:

Marvin Copeland Old Pals mcopeland@gosi.com

Thanks again Vern. Looking for buds who were at:330th rrfs 71-72 330th rrfs det8 71-72 22nd darrs 71-72 AHS 72-74 Home Page= http://www.gosi.com/marvin.htm Comments:

James G. (Jeff) Scheffler Old friends decal6@juno.com

What a site!!! I`m especially looking for guys who remember me from 76th SOU (12/62-11/65), Co A, 3rd RRU/175th RRC (11/65-11/66), 11th RRU/337th RRC (5th Plt - ARDF) (11/66-06/67) or any of several TDY assignments in Nam during that period. Comments:

Gary E Magner Vern's ASA Locator Page gemksvet@southwind.net

I am a novice w/puters (1 week) and literley stumbled upon yor page. Looks great and I hope to live long enough to read everything you are putting out plus info about our POW/MIA's and The Wall. Who knows, if I ever learn what I am doing on this thing I might even try talking to someone via e-mail. (Don't hold your breath on that idea). I'll try stumbling onto your page again, and meanwhile keep up the great work. I spent 20 years with ASA, both inside and outside the closed areas: VHFS 55-59 (MP/Spec Svcs); Asmara 59-63 (Spec Svcs/KANU Radio-TV); Ft Devans 64-65 (98C School); 3rd RRU/509th Grp/330th RRC, RSVN 65-66; Homestaed AFB, FL (w/a trip to Ft Devens for 98Z School) 66-68; Det J, Mt Schneeberg, GR 68-70; 313th RRC, 404th RR Det, 173rd Airborne Brigade, (LZ English), RSVN 70-71; and Ft Meade, MD 71-75 and retired April 75. Even though my memory is shot, I would like to hear from anyone from those places/times. God Bless you and yours. Comments:

Lew O'Donnell Old times twoodies@juno.com

After reading through the first 5 guestbooks, I guess I feel like I'm really getting old. Most of you guys are circa 60s-70s,,,I went in in the 40s (48 to be exact) and would love to touch base with any other old timers from Vint Hill (Barn) between 49-51 or 326th CRC First Op Platoon from May 51-May 52. (It was 126th when we went over there.) Vern, took me a long time to be able to access this db, but it was worth waiting for. Thanks for your great work. Hope it puts lots of old friends back together. Comments:

Jim Fairtless JFairless@Juno.com

I have been browsing through this stuff for almost an hour. I served at Sinop Det 4 in 73 & 74. Then the 337th at Ft. Riley until 77. Any Trick 1 98J's from Sinop around 73-74 out there ? Comments:

Nick d. Plessas John Millard NONE

Horning was from Ohio. Bruce Andresen was last in Molwaukee, Wisconsin. The others I don't remember. Comments:

Great site Vern. I was just a long time getting here. Did my time in Korea late 1955 and left in Apr of 1957. Waz a ditti dum-dum ditti op. Kept the fist and still use it in the hobby. Any of U guys from that time and place that read this, give me a hollar. Would like to hear. In contact w/ a couple of ole Korea buddies. Need to find more of you. Finished my time at 2rock in Jan of 1958, but haven't heard from any of those people either. Keep up the web site Vern, it's deffinately a big plusssss. 73's de Dave David A. Rotramel Bay City, Tx. wa5dr@iamerica.net Comments:

Lloyd A. Mason lmason@altoplanos.net

Great Site! Until now, I didn't think anything (anyplace) like this existed. The Comments:

Douglas Meadows doug545@midwest.net

This is my most exciting find on the internet ever. Like most everyone else I started out at Devens in Sept. of 66 and learned how to be a dittybopper. In April of 67 I went to Vint Hill where the 370th had just been created. They didn't have anything for us to do so I seved my time there as an M.P. In Sept. of 67 I moved on to Vietnam. Processed in at the 509th in Siagon, then to the 303rd at Nha Trang then up to the 330th in Pleiku and finally down to Det 2 at Dong Ba Thin just across the bay from Cam Rahn. I don't how you guys can remember all of the names I sure can't. If anyone recognizes mine I would love to hear from you. For that matter I would love to hear from anyone who would like to share memories. Doug Meadows Comments:

Steve Whitton Robert Bolton bluespwr@flash.net

I am looking for any one who may have known Robert Bolton in Thailand. 5th Radio Research. His parents never knew what he did and they are failing in health. Robert Bolton died in a Vet hospital in '84. He never talked about what he did. Comments:

Rindall Dunston NASAA Membership mdunston@sowega.net

Have been named chairman for the membership committee. If you were ASA and have not checked out the NASAA website you are missing out, check it out and then join. Lets not let ASA die, keep it alive no matter when you were in ASA we need you now. I was an 059 at Herzo base 182nd Co. from June 1963 till May 1965 would love for any Herzo base ASA'ers to contact me. Rindall Dunston NASAA charter member #22 Comments:

Al Poland 328th ASA Co., Bad Aibling apoland@mail.gcnet.net

I am always looking for people who was stationed at Bad Aibling, Germany....any year to compare notes. I am always looking for people who served with the 328th during the years 1954-57. Great job Vern. I appreciate your work. ASA All the Way! Comments: Dalton Harper Missing Friends of the 501st djharper@paonline.com

Searching for Dan Hogan CA ? Green CA LT DeSpain WA Jerry Brumfield LA Richard Potts PA Melvin Atkinson KS & any others whose names i've forgotten Comments:

Harry Horowiz Herzop Base Buddies n_horwitz@sharon.k12.ma.us

Looking to make contact with old Able Trick, 182nd Army buddies from Herzo Base between 1963 & 1966. Found an old shortimer's list with the following names: Pud Choukta from IL Bob Ermentrout from Atlanta, GA JD (Spas) Miller from Kansas City Dom D'Onofrio from Queens George Shields from IL Larry Propst from IN Larry Miller from PA Bob Exum from CA Louis Venezia from Morristown, NJ Pete Walsh from Philly Dave Price from Fayetteville, NC Pete Peterson from Detroit Lou Tennis from MN Dave Kocher (Spel) from PA (?) Anyone knowing how to contact anyone from the list please let me know. Thanks for the help Comments:

Tom Kern twk@axa.org

Anyone attached to LeftBank in Nam? I was with the unit late '70 to '71. Comments:

Tony Walters TWIZ-BUZZ-BIZZ-BEEP Players 7th RRFS Pensive's Place

7/73 Basic Traning - South Carolina seeking: John (I'll eat your babies) Moore 9/73 33G2W4 (FLR9) USATC&S remember when Nixon resigned? 74-75 7thRRFS - Thailand seeking: Donald Tollfree, and the rest of the TWIZ-BUZZ-BIZZ-BEEP Players from Jim's crib. 75-77 332 ASA - Camp Humphries Korea sad time when we had to remove the MI brass and race to the NK border for Jerry Ford anyone rember Capt. Roach the tank driver? Great page Vern!!! Assholes Sign Anything Comments:

Irv Mortenson 226th ASA Opns Coy (Khang Hwa Do) and 79th ASA SOU (Shemya) irvmort@olypen.com

Hello to all. Amazed to find this many ASA types on the web - guess I never thought to look before. I served as a 993 (Countermeasures Search Specialist - Elint) in Korea 3/62- 4/63; and Shemya 5/63 - 5/64. Any old Shemya Comments:

dick mcguire 501st comm/recon gp. korea rgmac333@aol.com

good job, vern. 45 years is a pretty long time, but if any of the crazies who were at 'group' are still around. please give me an e-mail. Comments:

Tom Brennan Herzo Base 318th btwolf@voicenet.com

Vern great site keep up the great work. Anybody out there from Herzo 62 - 65 or Det K-2 Nottau Comments:

James G. Pope Ex Menwith Hiller's (60-62) jercookpope@worldnet.att.net

Interested in getting in contact with old Menwith Hillers (13th USASAF/S) during 1960-62. Especially Chuck Ruby and Don Fatzinger (my roomies). ASA All The Way!!! Comments:

Marty Correction of first sentence of my post below rota66@blarg.net

Would like to hear from anyone who worked at Heidwinkel. Comments:

Marty Correction of my post below rota66@blarg.net

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Marty Correction to my earlier post rota66@blarg.net

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Marty 17th FS. Rothwestern, Heidwinkel & Meisner 67 - 70 rota66@blarg.net

Would like to hear from anyone who was worked at Heidwinkel ((how many remember Heidwinkel?)), Rothwestern and Mesiner during the period of 67 - 70. Please e-mail me at: rota66@blarg.net Have a few pictures of Meisner. Looking for some of Rothwestern. Thanks. Comments:

jim stanton jestan@cmgate.com

Language school at DLIEC (actually US Foreign Service Inst) 1968. Lao/Thai lingy at 7th RRFS 1969 to 1971. Are there any old lingies out there? Seeking Roger Comments:

jim stanton jestan@cmgate.com

Language school at DLIEC (actually US Foreign Service Inst) 1968. Lao/Thai lingy at 7th RRFS 1969 to 1971. Are there any old lingies out there? Seeking Roger Comments:

jim stanton jestan@cmgate.com

Language school at DLIEC (actually US Foreign Service Inst) 1968. Lao/Thai lingy at 7th RRFS 1969 to 1971. Are there any old lingies out there? Seeking Roger Comments: John Worrel guestbook #6 worrel@bigfoot.com

wanted to say hello to all other former ASA'ers out there. 98B20 I servered at 14th (Hakata) '68-69 8th 69-71. Was a warped individual. Took R&R in Korea at Duffy's. Best time on $80 ever!

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Robert J. McCarthy Looking for old friends especially any 059/05K types r.j.mccarthy@worldnet.att.net

Great page. Hope I run into some friends from the past. So far I haven't seen any familiar names but will keep on looking. Quick Background: 6 Years 7 Months 28 Days Active (who was counting) MOS 05K4CJ3H2F2 Got out as a SSG E-6 Devens for school 8/64 - 4/65 VHFS 4/65 - 9/65 Worked on CRISPI USASOU 23 Peshawar Pakistan 9/65 - 3/67 with TDY at TUSLOG Det 27 for 6 months on the way over. We were on an ARPA funded R&D project called Sugar Tree. Had many interesting TDY trips while at SOU 23. NAVCOMMTRACEN NAS Corey Field Pendsacola Florida for what was SC260 at Meade. 3/67 - 10/67 VHFS 10/67 - 12/68 Worked in the duel house trailers/vans with the huge LDAA antenna on the North end of the antenna field. The vans were called the Polystatic Research Lab or PRL still doing Sugar Tree stuff. Many interseting TDYs, one to Sinop Tuslog Det 4 8/68 - 10/68. USASOU 23 12/68 - 9/69 Went back to close out the Unit since we were being kicked out of the country. I came up on orders for Chitose while on TDY to Sinop, the brass decided to cancel those and send me back to Pakistan since I was familiar with the place. I didn't know about Chitose until orders for Pakistan were cut. Actualy Peshawar was a pretty good tour, for a 15 month hardship. Devens 9/69 - 2/71 Assigned to E&MT, Evaluation and MOS Testing. I shouldn't admit it, but I was the SOB who wrote/rewrote the 05K MOS/Propay tests for 70 & 71 as well as the tests for the school. Now before any one wants to hang me let me explain a few things. That 05K slot was vacant for 2 years, tests were done by a 05H, because no one at the school side E6/E7 either wanted the job or were qualified. I arrived, met minimum quals (E-6, MOS scores 130 or above, SC260 school) and was asked to give it a try. More on this later. Got out 2/71 - returned to Denver, Colorado, went to college, have worked in computer/engineering until the present. Worked on many government programs so I still have a TS clearance. Just can't get away from it. Currently disabled and can't work, lung problems (service connected). So far VA hasn't been too bad with my claim (60% now and should get 100 after my review) am also having fun with PTSD since it occurred on a TDY trip to places we never were etc. Enough for now. Next time around I will start listing names in the meantime if anyone remembers me, god or bad, drop me an e-mail. I currently liv in the northwest part of New Jersey on Schoolies Mtn so if anyone is semi local give me a call. 908-850-0507 Bob McCarthy Keep up the good work guys. Comments:

Ray Komoski Hq. Co. 318th ASA Bn. Herzo Base kstravel@bellatlantic,net

Would like to hear from anyone that was stationed at Hq. Co. 318th ASA Herzo Base 63-65. Thanks Vern for the great ASA site. Comments:

LOYAL A. MCCAMMOND sgtmac@brightok.net

SERVED IN THE VAULT AT BAD AIBLING, GERMANY FROM 1964 TO 1967 STAYED IN THE ARMY AND RETIRED IN 1981 WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO SERVED WITH ME. Comments:

George zazz069@aol.com

Vern I hadn't visited your site since last June. Lot's of changes-looks great! I have found Steve Popko, Harvey Nichols, Claude Barton, Rhett Fry, Gary Malazzo, Harry Osteen, Charlie Casdorph, Jerry Wilkinson and Ernie Haislip. All from Asmara 1967-1968. James Boyce and Larry Smith found me through Maddog's ASA Web Site. I'm still looking for Lawrence Comments:

Bob Graham ASA Types Grahamb@capecod.net

Was I surprised to find this site. Just sort of surfing and on a lark types USASA and here it is. Trained at Ft Devens as 05D Went to RVN 69-70 Stationed with 856 RR Det,199LIB Transfered to PhuBai Transfered to Berlin 70 until Aug 71 ETS Small World is't it! Comments:

Martin Meisner auto accident believe in 1968 rota66@blarg.net

I want to thank the guys (dont recall who they were) who saved my life in a my auto accident abetween Abterode and Vockerode. Was young, dumb and drunk that night. Some fellow ASA guys came along and helped me out of the car & took me to the German hospital in Eschwege. Again, thank you. Comments:

James Keough sushidog@redshift.com http://www.primaryaccess.com

E-3 in 99 ASA Co., Arlington Hall Station from 1969 to early 1971. Susbsequently entered on active duty as O-3 in Army JAG Corps. Served in Vietnam in duties not related to ASA, including Joint Military Commission. Wife, Nancy, was also a JAG and served in Vietnam as Command Judge Advocate, MACV Special Troops. Still keep in touch with old ASA friends and live near DLI. Comments:

Vern the Webmaster Michael J. Donahue PRD-1 Teammate in Vietnam vgreunke@bigfoot.com http://members.tripod.com/~vgreunke/

FOUND! Yes I found the 11th member of the 13 of us and am closing in real fast on the 12th. The 13th is George E. Thomas 05D member 330th RRC in '67. Surely SOMEONE out there has orders with his name on them???? Help me out! That will make the search complete. Had a nice long chat with Mike and he filled in some more memories I'd forgotten. Hang in there, we'll find em all yet! Comments:

Edward Duguay Berlin edwand@seacoast.com

would like to hear from anybody that was with the 78ASA Sou,Berlin, between 62 to 64. A lot of this is fadding. I wish I had put down all those names... I miss you guys...it sure was great times! Comments:

Fred Lothrop flothrop@erols.com

Checked into the net. Again, enoyed it and all the good memories, Vern - thanks - will visit again soon. Keep The Faith, Fred Lothrop Comments:

John Parker ASA GI JParker141@aol.com

AP '66 Ft Jackson SC. - Basic Jul 66 Ft Devons, Mass Mos - 05g20 Mar 67 - Mar 68 South Vietnam 101st Radio Research Co., headquarter in Saigon at the Tonsenut(sp) Airforce Base 2nd Platoon stationed in Pleiku with an Infantry or Engineer battalion. Our Platoon had a Boa snake as a maskot. We would go into town to buy it a duck or chicken to eat. From Pleiku we were sent out on teams, I went to Kontum, Phan Thiet, Qui Nhon Nha Thang, Cam Ranh Bay. May 68 - Dec was with 4th Platoon at Da Nang. Jan 69 - Ap 70 Ft Riley Ks. I am very excited on finding an ASA page, have just started to browse. Found 3 persons already that I remember. Hope someone out there will see this entry and remember me. Comments:

Paul Dunlap dunlap@umbi.umd.edu 335th RR Co in Tan An area

I would enjoy making contact with anyone who was stationed in or around the Tan An area in 1969-1970. I was a 98G2LVS initally at the Tan An base camp, but was sent out to various other base camps and fire support bases as part of a 2-man intercept team. I am trying to remember and record each of the places. People I served with most there were: David Carr and Robin S. Border DLISC, Biggs Field, Ft. Bliss, TX, March 68-March 69; Goodfellow Det, USASATC&S, GAFB, San Angelo, TX, March-June 1969; 303rd RR Bn, 509th RR Gp, 335th RR Co, July 69-July 70; Attached to 3rd Bde, 9th Inf Div, Tan An area of Long An Province, SVN; CoA, USASAFS, Hakata, Kyushu, Japan, Aug 70-Oct 71. Comments:

Paul Dunlap 335th RR Co in Tan An area

I would enjoy making contact with anyone who was stationed in or around the Tan An area in 1969-1970. I was a 98G2LVS initally at the Tan An base camp, but was sent out to various other base camps and fire support bases as part of a 2-man intercept team. I am trying to remember and record each of the places. People I served with most there were: David Carr and Robin S. Border DLISC, Biggs Field, Ft. Bliss, TX, March 68-March 69; Goodfellow Det, USASATC&S, GAFB, San Angelo, TX, March-June 1969; 303rd RR Bn, 509th RR Gp, 335th RR Co, July 69-July 70; Attached to 3rd Bde, 9th Inf Div, Tan An area of Long An Province, SVN; CoA, USASAFS, Hakata, Kyushu, Japan, Aug 70-Oct 71. Comments:

Roy L. Morgan 7RRFS Morg43@hotmail.com

Looking for any D Co. 7RRFS 05H's from 74 and 75, send me a email and I will get back with you. Comments: Roy L. Morgan ASA Locater Morg43@hotmail.com

Vern, Thanks for your e-mail concerning a possible match on Larry Newvine. I called him last night and it was him. Thanks again keep up the good work. Roy Comments:

Roy L. Morgan ASA Locater Morg43@hotmail.com

Vern, Thanks for your e-mail concerning a possible match on Larry Newvine. I called him last night and it was him. Thanks again keep up the good work. Roy Comments:

Roy L. Morgan Morg43@hotmail.com

Hey Vern great job on all the work you have done to bring us ASA'ERS together. Ft. Leonard Wood Boot 73 Ft. Devens USATC&S 73 05H20 VHFS 74 05H20 7RRFS Sep74-Nov75 05H20 San Anotnio 76 to ETS Ft. McClelland Jul 77 95B basic Ft. Hood Sep 77-79 95B Frankfurt Ger May 79-Nov 284th MP Co Frankfurt Dist. Nov 79-Jul 82 USACIDC ETS Great Lakes, Il Sep 86 Changed to U.S. Navy LaMaddalean, IT Mar 87-Mar89 Navy MP Baharain, MID EAST Mar89-Jun91 Gulf War Guam Jul91-Jun 95 MP Investigator NAS Lemoore, CA Jul 95-Present MP OPS CHIEF Retirement Oct 98 Looking for anyone with knowledge of a few 05H buddies of mine, Rick Anderson, Larry Newvine and Larry Newsome all from the 7RRFS 74-75. Rick got sick and had to leave Thailand and I lost all contact with him, anyone with info please info me by my E-mail address. Comments:

Roy L. Morgan Morg43@hotmail.com

Hey Vern great job on all the work you have done to bring us ASA'ERS together. Ft. Leonard Wood Boot 73 Ft. Devens USATC&S 73 05H20 VHFS 74 05H20 7RRFS Sep74-Nov75 05H20 San Anotnio 76 to ETS Ft. McClelland Jul 77 95B basic Ft. Hood Sep 77-79 95B Frankfurt Ger May 79-Nov 284th MP Co Frankfurt Dist. Nov 79-Jul 82 USACIDC ETS Great Lakes, Il Sep 86 Changed to U.S. Navy LaMaddalean, IT Mar 87-Mar89 Navy MP Baharain, MID EAST Mar89-Jun91 Gulf War Guam Jul91-Jun 95 MP Investigator NAS Lemoore, CA Jul 95-Present MP OPS CHIEF Retirement Oct 98 Looking for anyone with knowledge of a few 05H buddies of mine, Rick Anderson, Larry Newvine and Larry Newsome all from the 7RRFS 74-75. Rick got sick and had to leave Thailand and I lost all contact with him, anyone with info please info me by my E-mail address. Comments:

Jon M. (Mike) Brantley na jbrantle@harris.com

I like to revist the guest books from time to time and see how many names I recognize. Unfortunatley, not too many. But then, there were millions of us who served over the many years. Vern: keep up the good work. Always Vigilant. Comments:

Tom Hedly Just checking in again hedly@dogbert.NPT.nuwc.navy.mil

Vern: Still a great page, good to see a few early 60's vets checking in, was ASA 61-64. Comments:

Lorraine Sheafer (Richardson) Pigs in Space!!! stvnloinckvl@tnaccess.com

Looking for A1 Trk 1 1st Ops Bn folks and friends from Augsburg 1979 -1981.........Dan Parker, Rodney Deaton, Debbie Ostlund, Saul Sanchez, Andy Bowen, Doc Porter, Teri Hawkins......last known local for Deaton/Porter was VHFarms. This is a great site.......thanks for putting it all together and hopefully putting some of us together too. Comments:

Steve Najera Snajera@winteractive.com

05K30K9 TTY'r, Yea I know what you guys are thinking(?) Spent 70' at Hakata, 72' in Torii Station (Royal and Koza?), 74' at Tsulog Det4 Sinop, 77' at Ft. Meade -- spent alot of R&R in BangKok :o) -- good to know there are a few ASA'rs still around -- too bad they migrated ASA to Inscom -- no decent comradery to speak of.. dididahdit dah didah if I remember correctly.. Comments:

Steven (Mudcat) Richardson USAFSAugsburg stvnloinckvl@tnaccess.com

Looking for any one in 1ST OPS BN. Especially on Trick 1 From Arp79-Jan 81. Richard (Phantom)Jones, Steve (The GUT)Drake, Comments:

Marty Sheridan Rothwestern rota66@blarg.net

Looking for anyone assigned to 17th FS during the period of 1967 to 1970. Especially looking for former Security Police members and MPs assigned to downtown Kassel during that period. Comments:

Keith E. kbotts@ocv.com

Non-ASA 69-71, USASATCS 72-73, 7thRRFS (Sig Maint) 74-76, 329th ASA Chun Cheon (and later TDC) Korea 76-77, Devens 77-78, Ft Monmouth 78-80, Hanau FRG (in an ordnance battalion, can you believe it) 1980-82, Devens 82-90 except ROK 87-88 and retired 90, MSG, 33Z. dun gud sinze. Comments:

Robert Peacock peacockb@gamewood.net

I am impressed with this web site. Good to see that people remember the ASA. Thanks - Vern. I am actually looking for Paul Demarco (of Florida) or other guys at the 8th RRFS or at the 414th. Comments:

Gary Blankenship Still Looking... gary1369@mail.newwave.net

Hey Vern, just stopped by to check out the guestbooks. I'm still looking for William R. Moyer (ex 05H). I may go to the 372nd get together this June, sounds interesting. Brotherhood/Unity Comments:

Charles R. (Chuck) Johnson ASA djohnson@aircraftmail.com

Great site, Vern. It'll take me days to go over all this stuff. Thanks for getting us all together again. 1966 - Sinop 1967 Two Rock Ranch 1968 Kagnew Station, Asamara MOS 72B20-40 Comments:

Bill Shade old friends shadewl@erols.com

I served in ASA from 1958 when I was sent to Devens as a 058 trainee until I retired in 1979. Comments: Johnny R. Anthony ASA Honor Guard at Fort Meade 73-76 johnny@theriver.com

Looking for anyone that was stationed st Fort Meade and in the Honor Guard from 73-76. I just got wind of a proposed reunion this Aug in Ohio. E-mail me for more info. Comments:

Bill Collins Monterey/Vietnamese 61'-62' 9th ASA Philippines 62'-63' wcollins@ecst.csuchico.edu

Anyone stationed at 9th ASAFS at Clark AB, PI during 1962-1963? A breathtaking Shangri-la! Angeles and the base are in a sorry state today. Anyone who played football, went along on the Zambales rainforest trek? Looking for buddies, especially Jim Platt, Phil ? (who has the pictures of the negrito village and our hike, Bill Jernigan, Ed Brown et. al. Lingies, 058s etc. Here in northern California I am in touch with Peter Jamgocian (Chinese-linguist) Also, anyone at Monterey language school during 1991-92, especially, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean language students. Information is painfully scarce. Comments:

Sidney 14th USASAFS Hakata sgrief@electrotex.com

98C training at Ft. Devens, Nov 1969-May 1970 TA at 14th USASAFS Hakata Jun 1970-May 1972 One of last three men on the base when deactivated Returned 1994 and took pictures of marine park where base formaly located





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