"Just about every border recon flight one would come up behind us. We had Huey's for gunships. Not much of a match up, if things went bad. The chopper in the picture is a CH 54. After the service I became a union iron worker. We used them to set…"
Very early In the 1974-77 time frame, we used an uninsulated metal building (lavished out with one field stove) , at the airfield (on the Fulda side, looking toward flt. ops.) that was dubbed the ARRP shack. One…"
"I was there 69-70. Flight OP's. My Bud Spec 5 Icay was in the tower. Icay stayed for about a year after I left. I made some great friends while there. We had some great pilots. Capt's Spann, J and D, they were twins, Capt Reutner,…"
"As I remember, we flew two a day and they did the same thing, but it was a German Border Officer. I used to go up on the border as often as I could. I really enjoyed to fly and the scenery. I remember One flight the weather was iffy, we went up…"
"Thanks again. I know Capt Camacho had two sons, maybe one or both became pilots. I remember kidding with him about him being from Guam. I called him a Guameleon, sounds like a chameleon. He was going to take me out in front of a firing squad. I…"
"One of your other post, you mentioned the Hind going down. You mentioned a Raoul Camacho. There was a Capt. Camacho when I was there. He was in command of the aero rifle platoon. Again, wondering if it was the same person. Some of the other pilots…"
"Thank you. My friend sent me pictures of the field and some of our mutual friends. It brought back some great memories. Both me and my buddy worked in the tower. I don't remember the Imbiss at the field, it might not have been there, when I was…"
"Mr Alford, I was stationed at the airfield 69 thru 70. I got levied to Nam. I was going out with a girl named Gitti. She lived just down from the field. In 70 she was 17. I was wondering if the girl that was in schnell imbis could be her. She would…"