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Comment: (Posted: 11/12/2018 4:51:38 AM)A lot happened at Wurtsmith. Was assigned there with ex as a humanitarian reassignment from Germany. My ex-became my ex there. My life partner and I met there. We were introduced at the Edelweiss Bar and Grill by Supervisor. Worked in Maintenance Scheduling and Maintenance after cross training out of Transportation. Was married in East Tawas. Marries Master Sgt Will Hicks. It seems like a lifetime I was there. Got a reassignment to Chanute from there as a Technical Instructor for Scheduling. We now live in North Carolina and I am terrible with names. It has been a lifetime ago. Loved to play darts. Was very involved with base goings on. Was there when General LaMay came through and toured the base and attended the ceremony we had involving him. Like I said been a long time and I have slept since then. Can't remember many names. The Browns - Tom and Rista they helped with my wedding reception at the Edelweiss. Lt. Berg Transportation. Good and bad memories there but mostly good. Some may have known me as Daniel.
Comment: (Posted: 11/8/2018 5:34:45 AM)Lots of memories of lots of great people. Cold winters. Humid summers.
Comment: (Posted: 11/5/2018 4:46:32 AM)First duty assignment and one cold winter!
Comment: (Posted: 10/29/2018 3:56:40 AM)I am currently living in the Del Webb community in Ponte Vedra, FL (just South of Jacksonville). Would love to here from anyone stationed at WAFB between 1972-1976.
Comment: (Posted: 10/13/2018 6:44:43 PM)I have commented twice before but have since changed my E-mail address. Worked the "Hot Room" scrambling the fighters. I had a great time on the base and enjoyed the people of Oscoda and Tawas. I know there are not too many of us left from that time period. but if the name rings a bell send me a note. I am just sick reading about the ground water contamination and its possible problems to not only the Air Force Vets, but the local people as well. I so loved the area and my family vacationed in the Tawas area for years.
Had a great time at the 07 reunion, but was not able to make it to the later ones.
God Bless to All, Ray
Comment: (Posted: 10/10/2018 7:01:07 PM) I came to Wurtsmith after Vietnam-Lived just west of Detroit and was glad to get the base nearest my home. I made a lot of good friends at Wurtsmith, Had a great flight chief - Tsgt Donald R. Owens-got married to my high school sweetheart and spent my last three months with her at the base. I still come back to Wurtsmith, even though it's closed, just to relive old memories.
Comment: (Posted: 9/14/2018 9:41:43 AM)On my way to the old Wurtsmith AFB to go to work for Kalitta Air (09/2018). Hope to be living in Tawas.
Comment: (Posted: 9/11/2018 11:56:25 PM)Really enjoyed my time at Wurtsmith. Meet a lot of net people who some I still in contact with. Haven’t
Been back since I left but have seen pictures so sad to see the way the base looks today. Hoping one day to get back and see the old place...
Sgt James E Pierce
Comment: (Posted: 9/3/2018 12:24:53 PM)Kept the radio transmitters, receivers and RAPCON and tower radio equipment alive. Loved midnight chow before mid shifts. Can't beat WAFB at 30 below in the winter.
Comment: (Posted: 8/26/2018 10:17:41 AM)Wasn't stationed there however I was crew chief on 59-2568 and would like to see the nose art.
Comment: (Posted: 8/25/2018 2:52:10 PM)Remember those cold mornings doing Alert Pad exchanges. Also practicing for Giant Sword comp in '77. Our load crew came in 17th place. Man, we sucked. Ken, Dave, Sandy, Bill and our CC Paul. Still remember you guys.
Comment: (Posted: 8/13/2018 8:15:29 AM)If you where stationed at Wurtsmith the water there maybe more contaminated worse than Camp Lejeune. You may want to read this: http://www.uppermichiganssource.com/content/news/Report-Michigan-military-base-water-may-have-caused-cancer-490637671.html
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Comment: (Posted: 3/14/2018 4:29:54 AM)My wife, Samia worked in 379th CSG/DPM (CBPO). Both our children were born there. We had the world famous CMSgt Walker from AMS as our next door neighbor in base housing. Just loved the assignment!
Comment: (Posted: 2/23/2018 6:36:07 PM)Just wanted to update my email. My phone # is 440- 392-7543
Comment: (Posted: 2/22/2018 12:08:26 PM)Assigned to the Surgery Dept as an OR tech out of Tech School. Met and married my wife, Linda of "40" years there. Left Summer 1979 to attend the USAF Physician Assistant School, Sheppard AFB, TX and Mather AFB, CA. Subsequent assignments included Castle AFB, CA, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, Comiso Sicily and retired from Dover AFB, Aug 1994.
Comment: (Posted: 2/22/2018 11:24:20 AM)Wurtsmith AFB was my first assignment out of Tech School at Keesler as an A1C. I started out as a Personnel Specialist in Airman Records, then Officer Records, and finally in Promotions and Testing. I remember when my wife and I first arrived at the Base, they put us up in a resort cabin on Lake Huron. We were sitting there enjoying looking out over the lake one evening and heard a rumble in the distance that kept getting louder and louder until a KC135A model came right over us. I looked at my wife and said this is going to be great. I still remember our address once we got stationed on base - 8310C Hawaii. It was a great unit and great people. I still miss SAC!
Comment: (Posted: 2/18/2018 6:01:03 PM)Will be in Michigan from mid-July visiting family. We will be there. It will be great to meet everyone again.
Comment: (Posted: 2/11/2018 6:23:11 PM)I decided to look at one of my prior duty stations and immediately came across three names I recognize. Ken Was, I recall your bedspread which was somewhat unusual for a barracks. Mark McSherry, since I was not of legal age to drink in the bars in Oscoda I recall borrowing your ID to go into town with Ken's roommate Mike. Oh yeah, Bob Lappe was usually with us too. And Dr. Wayne Alberts! I had an interesting one-on-one conversation with him during a car ride while he was Acting Hospital Commander. We didn't know that the mic on his portable radio was on and several corpsman heard our chat. Oh, and our destination was the Officer's Club,when we arrived he introduced me as Sgt. Naida, his Major's Aide. Hopefully this will get sent, a prior attempt by me was not successful.
Comment: (Posted: 2/3/2018 7:11:24 PM)Many memories of Wurtsmith; lot of good ones, a few not so good. Hated to see it close!
Comment: (Posted: 1/21/2018 7:30:43 PM)Any cops here during this time (especially K-9s
Comment: (Posted: 1/12/2018 9:30:09 AM)There will be a base reunion for the 25 year closing of Wurthsmith. It will be June 22,23 and 24th 2018. More info can be found on the Wurtsmith Air Museum facebook page.
Comment: (Posted: 1/11/2018 7:50:23 AM)was stationed at Wurtsmith AFB from 1960 to 1965 went to chanute for hound dog missile training helped activate the missle unit
Comment: (Posted: 1/10/2018 5:42:11 PM)Assigned to the Flight Surgeons Office. Have a lot of good memories of the base. Recognize a number of names of people who have posted over the years. Worked with a lot of good people while stationed there - Dave Empey, Bill Powers, Drs Howard, Stronach, DeLong. Feel free to contact me. Visited the base back in about 2010 - brought back a lot of good memories.
Comment: (Posted: 1/10/2018 2:30:08 PM)Now retired and in B-2 Engineering Office at Tinker AFB, OK. Worked with a couple fine ECM troops from 379th OMS during Desert Storm while I was also deployed from Eaker AFB, AR.
Comment: (Posted: 1/9/2018 3:47:46 PM)MSgt (E-8 selectee) retired. 46370 at aWAFB, NCOIC SRAM Maintenance when leaving WAFB. Lead Team Chief on SRAM set up team. Initally Team Chief in gravity weapons msintenance.
Comment: (Posted: 1/5/2018 6:41:49 PM)Assigned initially for short period in WSA as 46330 in bomb shop then assigned to build-up of AGM-69 SRAM as 46350. Appreciate this web site.
Comment: (Posted: 1/2/2018 10:47:39 AM)Hey all ex sqdn members. Nice to see all the memories on the net. One correction though...the picture of my crew labelled "Old Crow Express" with her crew following 53 missions in Operation Desert Storm" which shows us in front of a Buff standing in fromt of a few 750 pounders is not labelled right. This photo was taken after our first combat mission after the employ-deploy mission into Iraq/Saudi (if my memory serves me correctly!).
Comment: (Posted: 1/1/2018 9:58:59 PM)Just checking in since it has been a bit over three years since my last visit. Nice to see recent postings from guys who served at WAFB back in the early 60s and even a few names I recognized.
Memories of that time are becoming more precious as time passes. Interesting, I can’t seem to bring up an unpleasant thought about my time at WAFB, even the winters there now seem to have been merely adventures.
We each honorably went where it was our Uncle sent us.
Comment: (Posted: 12/31/2017 11:47:48 AM)Some of the best times ever was at Wurtsmith, hunting, fishing oh yea and work. Nellis was my next Stop then onto Lakenheath (UK) for nearly 6 years.
I appreciate those who came before and those who came after. Must be getting old I miss the Good Old Days!
Comment: (Posted: 12/30/2017 1:05:12 PM)Spent my entire time at Wurtsmith except for a 6 week TDY
Comment: (Posted: 12/23/2017 5:23:12 PM)Was assigned to Housing Supply at Wurtsmith after discharge drove semi for awhile and got college degree and worked as supervisor at Keeler Brass in Grand Rapids Michigan
Comment: (Posted: 12/1/2017 11:57:58 AM)Comm/Nav shop, I remember MSgt. Don Struble and TSgt. Jerry Malseed along w/a few of my co-workers. Too many days have passed to recall it all.
Comment: (Posted: 11/20/2017 10:18:15 AM)I was there from 84-89. Great bunch of people. Missed it. Darts and beer.
Comment: (Posted: 11/8/2017 8:03:11 AM)This was my first assignment out of tech school and I have a lot of great memories of the area and the people I served with. I also enjoyed my time as an Oscoda Reserve Police Officer while there. I visited the base in 2015 while on vacation in Michigan and it brought back many memories. My best to any of my friends and teammates who see this posting.
Comment: (Posted: 7/15/2017 10:50:39 AM)Anyone from the csd team in 69-70 please contact me @ ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Comment: (Posted: 6/10/2017 11:34:18 AM)I started as a Communications Specialist cross trained to Emergency Actions Comand and Control Specialist in the Command Post.
Comment: (Posted: 5/29/2017 7:21:47 AM)WAS CREW CHIEF ON KC 135 TIME HAS GONE BY 50 YEARS I THINK OF MY TIME IN THE AIR FORCE OFTEN MANY GOOD MEMORIES AND FRIENDS
Comment: (Posted: 4/26/2017 9:23:57 PM)Gave it my all, treated like a dog. I had more understanding and discipline of my career than my NCOIC. Abysmal accommodations in the barracks. Finally received an assignment after 2 years of confinement then life became normal.
Comment: (Posted: 4/9/2017 10:34:41 AM)My recovery team chief at that time was Tsgt Alvin Miller on the Buffs. Had a wonderful 2 years at Wurtsmith. My other SAC assignments were 305th FMS at Grissom AFB, 6th Strat Wing at Eielson AFB and the 43rd FMS at Anderson AFB. AfTer I retired I stayed with the AF and the Tinker AFB Depot unit working the B52H retiring in 2015 so I started on the Buff in 1973 and finished my AF career in 2015. It's been a wonderful life. Always a SAC trained killer.
Comment: (Posted: 3/23/2017 11:06:19 AM)First assigment after Basic training . Great place to spend my first assignment under great leadership.
Loved being back serving in the same state I grew up in
Comment: (Posted: 3/23/2017 5:40:22 AM) Been awhile since I was on here. was surfing looking for Jerry Laurie and found out on Tribute.com that he passed away last fall, went through Chanute and was in his wedding.
Comment: (Posted: 3/20/2017 5:04:30 AM)Great assignment. Our oldest son was born at the hospital on base Feb 20, 1972. I worked at the Base Procurement Office at the main gate.
Comment: (Posted: 3/20/2017 4:58:44 AM)Fond memories of WAFB. Our first son Brent was born there in 1972. Worked at the Base Procurement Office at the entrance of the base. Had two assignments there. Retired in Oct 1986.
Comment: (Posted: 3/14/2017 4:58:44 PM)I've been to wurtsmith once and enjoyed the museum when I was their in 2014. I will be back in August of 2017 for a week in Tawas.
Comment: (Posted: 2/7/2017 1:25:24 AM)Great assignment if you liked the cold weather. The Best Squadron on base. I met some great people in Michigan..!
Comment: (Posted: 1/27/2017 5:17:30 AM)First base for me from basic to crew the mighty BUFF. I learned a ton and liked very much being one of the Chiefs on that J-57 equipped fire-breathing dragon of a Bomber! We had a COLORFUL group there and while the assignment was a blast- I couldn't find a place to LIVE as housing was scant. I later swapped & PCS'd to KIS.
Best to all you former 379ers!!!!
Comment: (Posted: 1/27/2017 2:51:45 AM)RIP Wes Euler