I was the OIC Classification, Testing and OJT at the 551 AEW&Con Wg at Otis AFB and would make numerious trips to check on training and bring their payroll.
cedric jackson said:April 1, 2015 12:10 pm PST
How can I Find out about the weather during Febuary - march 1957.Were some of the troops treated for frostbites during the winter months that year in Foster Center Rhode Island . This is my email Jckcdojck@aol.com if you can sendme any information on how I can find out about 739th Missile Regiment from 1956 to 1958
Bob Croce said:March 29, 2015 7:15 pm PST
Just want to say hello to all of my old buddies on Tower 3. That was quite an experience. I remember fishing, playing ping pong, and making rings out of a half dollar. Playing poker Those were the days. I hope some of my old buddies will get back to me so we can get some Dunks coffee someday. Look me up in Peabody, God bless you and God bless the US of A
Dave said:March 24, 2015 5:19 pm PST
Know of someone that worked at one of the missile silos in the late 50's/early 60's. Any of you aware of the incident that involved silos being overtaken by "outsiders" with intent to launch our missiles against us? Gentleman involved was sworn to secrecy for 50 years of his life or face death. Please contact me. This did happen.
Robert Hall said:February 28, 2015 6:36 am PST
I served at the Danvers site from March of 1967 to June of '68.
I was a "Pit Rat" and worked in both the missile pits as a crewman and then in maintenance.
I went back to visit about 1971 and it was an Army Reserve site no longer regular Army.
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