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110. William Gray - 2007-02-21 12:55:59 I realy enjoyed your web sit my grandfather flew the B-58 thank you for keeping the B-58 alive
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109. Boyd B. Chavis - 2007-02-18 04:19:10 I was always a fan of our supersonic bombers during the "Cold War" era. It was too bad they didn’t produce the XB-70 as an operational weapon. They made me feel very proud and very safe at the same time. 108. Robert K. Frei - 2007-02-16 04:53:18 Jim Frei was my father and we were stationed at Carswell and LRAFB. Wonderful site that brings back a lot of memories and whenever I meet anyone who knows what this plane did they all wax poetic. Thanks for having this site. Highest Regards! 107. Terry Strahan - 2007-02-15 22:13:45 Aircraft electrician 42350 at Little Rock AFB 1966-1968 106. william hallenbeck - 2007-02-14 15:07:54 firefighter at little rock air base 1963 to1966 with b58. rescued crew in b58 crash at base 105. John P. Creel III - 2007-02-04 04:33:07 Lt. Col John P. Creel Jr. USAF, has gone PCS to fly for the Lord Jesus in Heaven. He is survived by his wife of 56 years Joyce Creel- Roswell, Ga, daughter Linda Fraker- Roswell Ga., and son John P. III, Chattanooga,TN. He was assigned to B-58’s at Bunker Hill from 1962 to 1968, with Capt Bill Miller, NAV and Capt Dick Lukstat, DSO. Then after a SEA tour he returned to B-58’s at Little Rock for 6 months before the B-58’s were retired. CAN DO MACH 2! 104. Leo Rodriguez - 2007-02-04 03:28:40 Glad I found this site. Was NCOIC Ops Plans and Stan Board from 1958 until Jun 1966 at Carswell and Little Rock. 103. hal kirk - 2007-02-04 03:23:37 I’ve always been fascinated by the B-58. Have read that politics killed the plane, for reasons I never understood. Not sure I ever saw one in flight, but remember as kid in Culver City, CA, seeing a huge flight of B-36s fly overhead. 102. Danny Davis - 2007-01-27 22:16:40 I’m sorry I found this site only today, but it’s brought back many childhood memories. My dad was George I. Davis and if I’m correct flew one of the two F-102 chase planes on the first B-58 flight, which I witnessed, and flew numerous test flights in the Hustler. For my 12th birthday Pop let me tour "his" plane. It was sure hot that August 23rd. I’ll have to come to this site more often. Where is a good site to find some of the test pilots’ stories? REPLY: IN GOOGLE I TYPED IN "B-58 test pilot stories" AND GOT NUMEROUS HITS... TRY THAT 101. john eric howell - 2007-01-26 20:01:10 i was born at bunker hill afb and my father wm morris howell jr was a navagator of this jet 110. William Gray - 2007-02-21 12:55:59 I realy enjoyed your web sit my grandfather flew the B-58 thank you for keeping the B-58 alive 109. Boyd B. Chavis - 2007-02-18 04:19:10 I was always a fan of our supersonic bombers during the "Cold War" era. It was too bad they didn’t produce the XB-70 as an operational weapon. They made me feel very proud and very safe at the same time. 108. Robert K. Frei - 2007-02-16 04:53:18 Jim Frei was my father and we were stationed at Carswell and LRAFB. Wonderful site that brings back a lot of memories and whenever I meet anyone who knows what this plane did they all wax poetic. Thanks for having this site. Highest Regards!
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