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Best regards, Steve 248. Michael McLaughlin - 2009-02-13 23:54:16 Was assigned at Little Rock AFB ’69 to ’70 as a Defensive Fire Control Technician, closed out the B-58’s and went south to Barksdale ’70 to ’71, Utapao "71 to ’72, Robins AFB ’72 to ’76 with two 6 month tours on Guam. Am looking for Dave Bartlett who was a bombnav troop at LAFB the same time I was there, went to Barksdale together and lost contact after that. Here is my email address if anyone knows him and how to get hold of him. [email protected] Nice site, keep up the good work. Mike 247. George R tate - 2009-02-13 16:20:03 43rd Little Rock AFB 65 thru 70--flew the last bird to the boneyard. 246. norman i. diem - 2009-02-10 03:12:48 great job i rember a 58 overshot the runway in maron spain one night. it took 2 day too return to the runway and hard ground. i was a crew chief on kc135 1961 to 1965. we did some refueling of 58 but with a lot trouble. used to shove us through the sound and blow rivets creating more work before our next refueling. thanks for your work.p.s. looking for info on a58 crew member by name Jack Denton was for delaware? thank agan 245. Keven Reed, O.D. - 2009-02-09 15:45:03 Retired Navy Captain, Keven Reed, Orange Park, Florida. My father, Tom Reed, LtCol Thomas B. Reed, USAF (ret), was a B-58 pilot at Bunker Hill AFB during the Cuban Missile Crisis, later worked on SR-71 program, then retired from Nellis AFB in 1969 flying in the Wild Weasel F-l05 squadron. He died of complications from a brain tumor in 1990. 244. Darrell R. Schmidt - 2009-01-27 22:11:13 This is a Guest Book entry to see if registers in both B-58 web site pages. 243. staf. sgt. j.r. scotty scott - 2009-01-13 05:46:53 in b58 testforce thru r and d at carswell afb. stayed with aircraft until discharge from 43rd bomb wing carswell afb. on april 6th 1963. [email protected] 242. Ray McLeod - 2009-01-01 15:11:27 I served with the 43rd bomb wing from 55 to its conversion to b-58 aircraft. col dutchendorf (john denver’s dad) was with the b47’s at davis monthan and later went to b-58’s. He went for tng at denver co thus the reason for john denver being base in denver .... remember him flying over dm with the b-58 putting quite a show in the transfer of the 43rds trophies to the b58 wing in texas.. ray mcleod 241. Larry Duval - 2008-12-22 17:34:53 305th Bomb Wing B58 IP Currently living in Granbury, Tx. 240. Jim Wingate - 2008-12-08 15:36:13 I served with the 305th Bomb Wing from Dec. 1962 thru June 1966. I was an egress tech and worked on the ejection capsules. The Hustler was an awesome aircraft. One of my fondest memories of Bunker Hill was my father visiting and we watched the 58’s taking off for some night manuvers. We were standing by base op’s which was the liftoff end of the runway. They of course were in full afterburner and were spectacular to see. It was a memory that my father talked about the rest of his life. I feel honored to have served with such an elite organization from top to bottom. It was definatly a class act. [email protected] 239. Larry Crum - 2008-12-07 03:22:24
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I was at LRAFB from 1966 to 1970 till they made thier last flight. I was assigned to aircraft 441 ground crew. Lot’s of good memories and a great plane.Email
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