I just went back and read previous posts. GREAT story about dad, sounds a lot like the way he raised my brother and I. 100mph tape fixes ANYTHING!
Just to let you guys know. Carey Blackstone lost his fight with pancreatic…"
My name is William Blackstone. I am currently trying to write my memories of my father in novel format. I Know that CW4 Carey Blackstone was stationed at Sickles in the early 80's as I still have memories of…"
"I just remembered why we wore the engineer tape with the rising sun. That would have been before Stetson Troop when we were still Aerial Mine Platoon and our platoon leader was half Japanese. I do not remember his name though."
"Air Troop 78-80; R Troop 4/11 ACR 88-92; Troubleshooter for the Squadron CSM, CSM Buford Prevette. I am now in San Antonio, Texas. I just finished 12 years with the Boeing Aircraft Company working the KC-135A, R, T air refueler model…"
"Hi all fellow Cavlanders
Sargent Danny Marquez here
Airtroop, 4th Squadron
I served from 77 to 79 worked on maintaining the TOW's and armament system for the Cobras. Also coached and played on our softball teams and played in the V Corp…"
"I was the maintenance contact team NCOIC during this Reforger. I cannot for the life of me remember if we were blue or red, but the ACFT went down for an over speed or overtorque way behind the opposite guys lines. We had…"
"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,…"
"Russ.......yeah, I went to Ft. Rucker in 84 to attend the OH-58 IP course after my tour in Fulda, and CW2 Bob Yates was in my class. We all "thought" he was a great guy. I was talking to a fellow retired Scout pilot a couple…"
"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…"