In the usmc for the f 4 1965 18 jack g barbour 065137

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I LIKE THE J79 GOOD ENG.IN THE USMC FOR THE F-4 1965 18. Jack G. Barbour - 2006-05-03 06:51:37 Worked my way up from 3rd wiper to Crew Chief on B-58 61-2075 @ Bunker Hill AFB from 1966 to Dec 1969. Great aircraft and group to work with on the Bunker 6 Team. The memories are still there from the early morning preflights to the ALERT AREA. Great site. Would like to hear from others from that era. Thanks Jack 17. Carter Teeters - 2006-04-30 01:37:24 Greetings from the Pacific Northwest - nice site. Nam 68-69 ..REPLY.. This must be the Carter Teeters from FSI. Not many around with that name. Welcome aboard!!! 16. Howard Keck TSgt. USAF Ret. - 2006-04-29 23:29:38 I was in the 43rd OMS at Carswell from 1958 till moving to Little Rock AFB in "64. Was crew chief of 59-2445 before going into Job Cobtrol and De-Briefing. Went to Grand Forks ND after the Hustlers were de-comissioned, stayed til ’72, went to Kadena, in Job Control. Retired in ’76. Had a 6 mo. TDY to Guam (Bullet Shot) in ’72, also in Job Control. I remember the following crew chiefs, J. Boyd (432), C. Kerce (446), W. McClendon (441), J. LaMar (448) D. Williams (442), D. Ullrich (456), Also Flight Chief; J. Garst, J. Miller, Flt Line Controllers; Sheasley, Medley,, Jeanes. 15. David L. Tawater - 2006-04-29 16:32:14 I flew the B-58 from 1968 to 1970. The highlight of military career. 14. Jerry Smith - 2006-04-27 19:58:04 I was stationed at Nike sites during 1964-1965. I was impressed at how the B58 could come in below our radar and then pop up to deliver the weapon. Because of this ability, the B58 would pop up for enough from the target for our radar to get a lock on to score the bomb run. We did not need other bombers to show themselves for us to get a lock on. 13. Dickie Bishop - 2006-04-23 04:32:16 Thought I better check in. I signed your guestbook about 4 years ago and met you in Ft. Worth at the reunion 3 years ago. I was stationed at Little Rock 67-70 and was Crew Chief on 9-458 when it went to the museum. They should have saved alot more of them. Have a good flight. Dickie 12. Melissa Kerce - 2006-04-17 21:44:55 My Dad was the part of the maintenance crew of the B-58 Hustler at Carswell. Not sure exactly when he was stationed there but I am sure he was there between 1960 & 1962 both my brother and I were born at base hospital. If any one knows any of the crew from back then or was part of the maintenance crew and has any old pictures It would be nice to see them. Maybe someone would have some with my dad in them. Melissa Kerce 11. Ellis Hardin - 2006-04-06 05:04:32 Hi, I worked on the B-58 working for Rockwell International at Carlswell AFB Ft. Worth, Texas in 1961 - 62. I worked on the navigational equipment. Ellis Hardin 8768 CR 864 Princeton. TX 75407 10. Peggy Hunter Sullivan - 2006-04-02 21:40:40 My dear ole pal, Don’t know much about aircraft, but it appears you have interested parties. Best to you and coninued health. WaHi Peggeth ..REPLY.. FOR YOUR INFORMATION, PEGGETH (ABOVE) WAS THE HOTTEST BABE IN WALLA WALLA HIGH SCHOOL IN 1951 9. Barry (Dale) Connell - 2006-04-01 03:19:56 Sir, I was a young boy when I was introduced to the B-58.
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Even as a naive kid, I had enough in my tiny brain to realize this bomber was well ahead of it’s time. What a great site to enlighten those who will never know the air power the United States once had that domanated the entire world so far ahead of anyone’s time.
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