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Scott Springer said:   August 14, 2020 10:16 am PST
I'm looking through my father's (2nd Lt. Bob Springer), photographs circa 1955-1957, during his time at Itami with the 67th Rec. Tech Squadron. I see Mr. Eldon Mortensen's post. Mr. Mortensen, I wonder if you served with him.

Paul Gray said:   August 6, 2020 10:24 am PST
Thank you for running and making available such a fine site. I was never part of the 548th but many of my collegues were. I worked at the 544th TMS in Omaha and the 497th RTG at Wiesbaden Airbase FRG. Mostly in Select print 1978-1982.

Eldon Mortensen said:   June 26, 2020 12:19 pm PST
i WAS stationed at Itami from 1/1/55 to 6/i5/57 and at Yokota from 6/15/57 to 7/3/58. Was a photo interperator in the 67TH

Chris Ashcraft said:   February 24, 2020 1:33 pm PST
I am an avid uniform collector, and I recently acquired a set of name tags, ribbons, and other accoutrements for an Airman last name Nelson. One nametag has the 67th RTS insignia, and there is a keychain with an NCO academy shield dated 63-D with the acronym "GEFAA" on the back. I'm interested to know the story behind any named items I have, so any info would be appreciated.

David Richards said:   January 23, 2020 5:18 pm PST
I was Ron Sanguiets roommate at Shaw AFB 4/63 then shipped out to 67th Yokota AFB 8/64 then to Hickham AFB 67th Det 1 which became the 548th. 8/65 to 3/67.

Gene Tucker said:   November 19, 2019 11:58 am PST
I was assigned to the 548th from Dec 1978 to Aug 1981. I separated form the USAF to go back to University of South Carolina/ROTC and came back in flying RF-4C's and F-15E's. Did Desert Storm, then PCS'd to Eglin and flew Operational and Developmental testing. I retired from the 28th Test Squadron as Ops officer and have been a contractor ever since, staying in the area. I am now working the AIM 120 AMRAAM program. Looking forward to hearing from anyone during my time at the 548th.

Ullrich Seike said:   June 26, 2019 5:13 am PST
I was stationed with the 548th RTG from 1972 - 1981. I have additional photos throughout that period. I worked in the Photo Lab and in the Color Section. Was in the processing lab and ran all processing equipment. I interested in any further information or photos let me know. Thank you

freestone wilson said:   March 22, 2019 12:19 pm PST
hello. I think again I will post this as I hope some people might find me. you can find me at Freestone Wilson. facebook. please leave a message if you wish to contact me. I worked at 67th RTS at Yakota AFB, Japan, from november of 1966 to december of 1967. my favorite assignment of my four years in the Air Force. I was a computer operator, in the Vault. a IBM 1401 was the computer that I worked with, your phone has more memory then it did. this computer and its system filled a whole room! I have not been able to find anyone that I knew as probably most, when they got out or retired, never adapted email. They lived before the computer age! I was sort of "dumb" I did not appreciate so much, then, the importance of this squadron. I sure do now! I too can tell stories, as well as probably everyone else can. Live An Incredible Life! "an incredibility". "a classic": these phrases are for mr Shea, if he ever reads this! I live now in a senior campus, Westminster Oaks, in Tallahassee florida. freestone wilson

Jonathan Sager said:   January 10, 2019 1:16 am PST
Hello, I just acquired a 10in f4.5-f22 Kodak Printing-Ektar from the 1960’s or early 1970’s. I purchased it from the son of the manager of Kodak’s aerial reconnaissance and mapping markets department back in the 1970's. His father retired in 1974. This lens came from his personal collection. I’m wondering if you know anyone who may have used this lens or know anything about it. I have been collecting unique high-resolution printing lenses over the past 10 years and this is the first 10in Printing-Ektar I have come across. It appears to have a 0001 serial number so it may have been a prototype. Jonathan

Dave Becker said:   December 10, 2018 12:50 pm PST
Trying to get Peter Maughan email or telephone number, I worked for him in Japan and Hawaii in the Vault.

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