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Don't remember if it was you and Scottie, but one night coming back from the Royal Oak, me and my roommate Paul Katich, we went off the road into a field and rolled over and the other car (again don't remember if it was you and Scottie in a volkswagon beetle) went off the other side of the road, no one was hurt but Pauls MG was totaled.
I think we also went to Knebworth Park to see Pink Floyd.
These are from 1958 to 1965; just some of the people I remember who served there. Between 19: 202's, 203's, & 29's: CMS Panter, Hap Appleton, Larry Pruitt, Dick Van Kirk, "Fat Pat" Patterson, Jim Porter, Davie Deihl, Trageser, Lambert Gonzalez, Earl Franks, Burnie Martin, Louis Burns, Gary Cooper, John Michael Seidel, Grover Jackson, Billy Bingham, Lt Dettmer, Roger Simmons, "Red" Sjolander, Charles Davis, Cotharn, Jerry Haynes, Leber, Lou Piwowarski, Evers, Dallas Swope, Dan"Duke" Dapolito, Doyle"Pappy"Clark, Bill Ricks, Willard Addington, Sue Nichols (Stars & Stripes) and sister, Sally Nichols (NCO Club), Major Breen, Capt Hornick, Willard Anderson, John Arnold, John Richardson, Alan Jackson, Don Haygood, Wallace Williams, Ed Needham.
Don Peavy, Al Gray III, John Lynch, Tony Sichenzia, Danny Leslie, Larry"Little Mac" Mc Adams, Vic Transki, John "Rip" Boyle, Bill Howell, Bob "Ziggy" Spencer, Tony Travato, Shepulski, Budelman, Murray, Ernie Tanaka, Henry Harrell, et al.
I was hoping to show my family where I spent 2 years of my Air Force life.
Any assistance and help would be greatly appreciated. [email protected] Sheppard (22/12/2017) Once every decade or so I post reminders of people from the past.
Was in Charlie Dorm, we hung out together for a while, we went to the Royal Oak in Barton, you introduced me to JC and Ann and Green King Bitter!!! like you too long ago and hazy memories but went to Stew's wedding, remember Socttie, and knew Mike Spadaccini.
It was the most interesting 3 hours I have spent in a museum.
There is an American,who was stationed there from 63 to 71, who talks a little about his time at Chicksands.
[email protected](27/2/2018) Hello I am trying to find out information about my 90 yr old friend who says she trained to be an RAF wireless operator at "Chicksands" during the Second World War before being sent to South Africa.
Her memory is failing her so I am trying to get anything I can for her. She can't remember her service number, she is very proud of the fact she was 16 and lied through her teeth when she had then to join up Thank you for your time Rhonda [email protected] R.