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13 entries were found in Oct_1998.



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Date: 1998-10-30 00:00:00
Name: Larry D. Wendlandt
EmailAddress: ldwendl@pressenter.com
Remarks: As a past member of a Herc site located in Jackson Park, Chicago Il, 1958, 59 I am interested in talking to others who served. Also at Headquarters Thule, Greenland 1960.
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Date: 1998-10-29 00:00:00
Name: ROGER L STUDER
EmailAddress: rstuder@startext.net
Remarks: TECH SUPPLY OFFICER, 51ST ORD COMP SVC, THULE, GREENLAND JAN - DEC 1963
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Date: 1998-10-22 00:00:00
Name: Cary Chin
EmailAddress: cjchin@sandia.gov
Remarks: Very well put together web page! I am a volunteer at the Nike Site near San Francisco. Just a reminder check out our web site @ http://www.nikemissile.org
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Date: 1998-10-17 00:00:00
Name: Michael S Greeson
EmailAddress: 0531@dzn.com
Remarks: supplimental Email: 0531@zianet.com Webmasters Note: Michael also served with the 2235 Signal Det. as an E5, 26H20 in Arlington Heights, Chicago in 1968 and 1969.
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Date: 1998-10-14 00:00:00
Name: Daniel J. Urban
EmailAddress: DannoU@home.com
Remarks: Webmasters Note: Daniel was assigned to B 2/1 ADA at Dexheim, West Germany in the Maintenance section as a 24U10 Nike Hercules Electronics Technician (E-2 thru E-4) from 1981 thru 1983. He was also assigned to D 3/71 ADA in Pforzheim, West Germany in Maintenance as a 24U20 Nike Hercules Electronics Technician (E-4 thru E-5) in 1983.
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Date: 1998-10-13 00:00:00
Name: Jeremy Stadward
EmailAddress: ln30@dna-is.com
Remarks: My Father, a british serviceman was made an honorary oozlefinchling in the fifties or sixties. Does anyone have any information on the oozlefinch and is there a record of those that were given the honour of being an honorary oozlefinchling? My father was at the time a Major in the Royal Artillery. Major E G Stadward. He is now dead and I wanted to find out if there was any more information about him or the order. Thanks Jeremy Stadward
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Date: 1998-10-12 00:00:00
Name: STEVEN MICHAEL BATES
EmailAddress: fido@gte.net
Remarks: I served with the 2nd of the 1st 32nd ADACOMM from 1974-1977. I was with Delta Battery as a fire panel control operator. And they still a better missile system than that bottle rocket patriot ever thought about being. SP/4 CLASS STEVEN M BATES
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Date: 1998-10-11 00:00:00
Name: Dave Bailey
EmailAddress: kosmos@gateway.net
Remarks: I've been looking for information about people that were station at Fort Tilden at Rockaway L.I. N.Y. I was they from 11/62 to 1/65. Webmasters Note: Dave was assigned to Btry A, 5th Msl Bn (n-h) 7th Arty from 11/62 to 01/65 as a power generator specialist with a rank of SP4.
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Date: 1998-10-10 00:00:00
Name: Alan C. Moore
EmailAddress: elcamino@interx.net
Remarks: Served in the Army @ B Battery 562 Artillery , Fairbanks Alaska. We ran the PX part time. Any body remembers drop me an e-mail. Webmasters Note: Alan served as the IFC Supply Clerk from 05/66 to 05/68 with a rank of E4.
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Date: 1998-10-10 00:00:00
Name: Darrell Rayfield
EmailAddress: drayf@roanoke.infi.net
Remarks: I was stationed at C-3-71 in Hardheim, Germany. 1972-74. Looking for any friends that may see this.
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Date: 1998-10-05 00:00:00
Name: Richard K. Tigges
EmailAddress: rtigges@crgdmail1.cr.usgs.gov
Remarks:
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Date: 1998-10-04 00:00:00
Name: james michael davis
EmailAddress: jimmydstruk@hotmail.com
Remarks: didnt enjoy serving as much as i should have. god knows those were great times with great friends. 16c ft. Bliss to bravo 2/56, landau 1980-81
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Date: 1998-10-01 00:00:00
Name: George F. Carmack
EmailAddress: carmacg@yahoo.com
Remarks: Served in the Nike-Herc Pittsburgh Defense C-5-3, Dorseyville, 1962-1963. Korea B-4-44, Camp Holiday, Sea Range, 1963-1964. Fire Control Operator/Tracking Radar Van SP/5-E5. (Actually operated all positions in both vans at one time or another) Interested in identifing actual locations of Korean Nike Herc sites.
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