russische dating seiten kostenlos - Speed dating in yakima washington

this was a plane from a squadron that was just flying in to relieve another squadron in the area, as i recall... i believe there were about 11 people aboard, four of whom were killed in the crash...

it had been raining and the pilot apparently was not satisfied with his approach and was going to circle around for another approach... (this is really testing my memory, after 54 years)...

speed dating in yakima washington-7

Participated in the Buskin river raft race back when they had mandatory beer stops. Dan Martin, USCG, RM1 retired, and still living in Alaska, all be it, SE.

Surprised no on got hurt or died in that operation. Date: Mon, -0600 From: shaneluck67 at gmail dot com Joe, Thanks so much for your website and the updates on Spruce Cape.

Tom Line Hamilton, Ohio Date: October 12, 2015 From: Michael Newman, cincinnatimik at hotmail dot com Subject: my days at kodiak Date: Sat, -0400 I was stationed there from october 1962 through about april 1963... don't recall the building number or name where I worked, but was on an upper floor, 2nd or 3rd floor, and believe the photo lab was the only thing on that floor...

Noted the pics of the airplane crash of January 10, 1963...

i was able to use his garage to work on my car during the winter....

i left kodiak in april 1963 and successfully completed radioman "a" school in san diego... chief horne and his wife on the left, me and my wife, nina, on the right....

Date: Thu, 0000 (UTC) From: Lee Horton leehor at bellsouth dot net Subject: Jackson Horton Navy My Name is Jackson Horton I was stationed at Kodiak naval base from 1963-1964 I was the master at the gallery I was also on the naval boxing team I was there during the earthquake Looking for old friends from Chicago and New York Thanks please contact me at leehor at bellsouth dot net Subject: Kodiak History Really enjoy the Kodiak history page.

I'm looking for WWII info about my aunt who worked for the navy in WWII.

My parents lived in Hollywood, California, where I was born. Every post and station has a morale office of which Dad appeared to be assigned to as Photographers Mate First Class.

From what I understand, Dad worked in the "public relations" sector and at the base newspaper, THE KODIAK BEAR.

Those memories we will send to the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.

Comments are closed.