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Scott Wickham said:   June 1, 2017 7:33 am PST
Hi! My father - Harold R. Wickham flew RB-26-20 during the Korean War. Earned the DFC over N. Korea. Will share or most willing to hear about any information you may have. 67'th / 12'th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Scott

Robert Arends said:   May 7, 2017 1:32 pm PST
Served with the 67RTS, Instrument repairman, at Itami from Mar 56 to Jun 57. Transferred to Tokyo International Airport (MATS) from Jun 57 to May 58. Then to Tarvis AFB until Mar. 59.

Richard D. McDowell said:   January 2, 2017 2:27 pm PST
Never serves in 67RTS at Bergstrom, though I wanted to. I was NCOIC of PI shops in 12 & 45TRS which were part of the Wing. Fantastic webpage. Have already sent a link to the PI kit to a veterans FB page to explain WTH a boxwood scale was.Recognize name of former associate and FB Friend ,John Pecarina from 432RTS Udorn. My meager association qualify me for membership ?

Ben Oakes said:   November 28, 2016 10:29 am PST
This is for Mike Dial: send me a email address to return some information, and manual for the operation of a Niagara printer, and versamat. What have you been tasked to do exactly, and what is the output needed? Thanks, Ben

Mike Dial said:   November 27, 2016 10:29 pm PST
I was tasked to operate a Niagara machine to duplicate some old 35mm motion picture films and then process them in a Versamat. Anyone has a copy of the basic Operating Instruction or Standard Operating Procedure for both equipment so I can familiarize myself? Thank you for any information you can provide.

John Barrett, Jr said:   September 15, 2016 5:27 pm PST
I saw my mother's picture in the 67th at play photos_ Ida Barrett. My father, LTC John Barrett died 1 Aug 2003 and is buried in Arlington. He loved his time with the 67th and 6091st.

Dave Becker (TSgt - Retired) said:   September 2, 2016 10:56 am PST
I was stationed at Yokota AB, assigned to 67th RTS (Orderly Room and SAO) and then transferred to Hawaii 548 RTG (SÃO), i had a great time with everyone. I was there when they closed 67th RtS.

tom bates said:   June 9, 2016 1:02 pm PST
Spent Feb 1961 to Feb 1963 at 67th in Yokota. Just found this site. Would like to hear from anyone there at that time.

Mike Wilson said:   March 29, 2016 8:40 pm PST
Glad I came across this site. I was a PI in the 32nd TRS at RAF Alconbury during 1974/75. I was then stationed at Offutt AFB in 1976/77 and served in the 544th Intelligence Exploitation Squadron looking at KH-8, KH-9 and KH-11 imagery of USSR and China. I worked in Room BB-2 in the underground command post at SAC Headquarters. I sat only a few feet away from the spot where A1C Michael Davis was sitting when he discovered the Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba in 1962. This site brings back fond memories of the work we did at SAC.

Richard Pignone said:   March 8, 2016 7:13 am PST
Anyone have contact information for SMSGT Larry G. Henderson, Ret? Served together at 67th RTS, Yokota in early 60s, then together at 4444 RTG, Langley AFB, VA, and Saigon, 1968. Home in Lakeland, FL last I knew. Thanks. Dick.

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