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Vern Greunke - Webmaster
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vgreunke@bigfoot.com


I, and Jim Starkey, my brother-in-law of 31 years, were at the 8th RRU, 3/65 to 4/66. I then went to Herzo Base, 6/66 to 5/68, and Jim was at VHFS. In reviewing your guest books, I have found two people I want to contact that I served with. Jim and I used "people search" Christmas day, located and telephoned two from the 8th we had not spoken with in 30 years. What a great feeling! Jim does not own a PC, any messages for him can come to my e-mail. We want to hear from anyone from the 8th, Herzo, or VHFS that will contact us. Final note, my mom told my sister to not feed Jim when I brought him home from with me from Devens, mom was right, he stayed. Waiting for a sked time. AR

Jerry Taylor
jtaylor2@naxs.com


updating for correct email address

Jerry Taylor
jerry&pat@naxs.com


98c school Devens 67, 177th Korea 67
14th Hakata 68-69,1st rr (Crazy Cat)Camh Ranh Bay 69-70
This is great page. I'm not seeing much from the 177th.Where are all you guys. Would like to hear from anyone with the 177th in 67, especially the gang who made the move to Hakata. Wish I could
have finished the tour at the 177th.
Sure missed the nights in town at "Duffies".

Ken Noffke
knoffke@mnsinc.com


98c school Fort Devens 67, 177th Korea
67, 14th Hakata 68-69, 1st RR (Crazy Cat) Camh Ranh Bay 69-70. Great site. Where are all the guys from the 177th?
Especially looking for the gang who made
the move to Hakata in Jan.(?) 68. Wish I
could have finished the tour at 177th.
Missed those nights in town at Duffys.
Also looking for 67 night school guys at
Devens. Anybody know whereabouts of Virgil Cordero, Ray Garza or Kay Ihara.

Ken Noffke
knoffke@mnsinc.com


Ft. Devens - 1961
Menwith Hill - 1962-63
Mannheim Germany 1963-64

Looking for Eddie Pierce
Arthur Levesque
Tony Salanger

Larry M. Ritthaler
lritthaler@pps.k12.or.us


Ft Devens 8/60 to 1/61
Torii Station 1/61 to 5/63

Looking for old buddies, mostly 058's & 059's from the 4th Platoon. - have info on Dave Thetge - no other contacts so far. Any info on Dan Gorey?

Sam Whitehead
http://homepage.interaccess.com/~samwhi
samwhi@interaccess.com


1966 - 330th Pleiku & Tx
1967 - 313th Nha Trang
67 - 69 17th Rothwestern,Wobeck&
Meisner

BOB GROSSMAN
bobg@muhlon.com


Hi ...was a teletype repairman with the 329th Asa (102 MI Bn Provisional) 1980 Korea, 522 MI Bn Ft Hood 1981 -1982 Back to Korea...just want to said Hi to all the ASA folks...

Bob Smith
holein1@texas.net


Looking for a 36C Sp4 Terry Maxon. Terry was badly burned from an electrical shock while with the 329th ASA, was medivaced and have lost contact since.. anyone heard from him or know how to locate him please E-mail me....thanks...

Bob Smith
holein1@texas.net


Fort Devens 2/54-9/54-1717MOS(thats ditty bopper for you new guys) 332CR -
Bamberg,9/54-4/55;502CR GP,Heilbronn appx 30 days for training.then up to Det K-1,Altefeld 5/55-8/56.Originally remained attached to Group, then detached to 332nd, then 332 moved south and we subsequently were attached to the
307CR at Rothwesten - only time I saw
Rothwesten was for processing back to the land of the big PX

Don Giorgi
dgiorgi@prodigy.net


Looking for friends:
Tom Sheehan
Jim Moore
Stan Wilson
Bob Gassaway
John McDonnell
Bill Flower
Bob Latsha
Bob Harlin
Pinkey Sexton
Scott Kohl
Jim Pool
Fred Meesan
Don Glavach
Chris Caninico
John Seyle
Bill Joyner
Sene Austin
Al Belongin

Terrence W. Middle
terry_middle@msn.com


Am looking for Ernie Wertz, Don Ito,Paul Horning, Bruce Andreasen.

John Millard
none
none


Vern-been great catching up with the troops. Many fond memories of the 330th. To quote Joe Walsh "lifes been good to me so far." Would like to hear from every one. Thanks!

Bill Quimby
William_Quimby@pgn.com


Vern, Thanks for the efforts on your homepage! This is another sign-in for anyone who was assigned to Germany Border Site, Eckstein, or Rimbach, or Hoher Bogan, or LaFaire Vite - Hoher Bogan (All the same place). Have been about to receive contacts from 20 or so from the years open '58-'93. Collecting a contact list for the CZ Border Site. Thank you Vernfor your contact list work!!
Any Rimbachers out there, please send me an email. Thanks

Harry Wallace
N/A
fhwallace@rocketmail.com


Great page, thanks
O5D
1974 Devens
75-77 Torii Sta.
78-80 NSA, Ft Meade DFAC
80-83 501st Mi Bn, GE.
83-86 DOES, Ft Devens, MA
86-left ASA/INSCOM went to DIA
86-89 U.S. Embassy Manila, RP
89-93 U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
93-94 Ft Devens
94- Retired in North Carolina

Would like to hear from old friends espcially from my tour in Germany.
A Co. 501st MIB - Trailblazer Platoon

CURT POPPE

Curt Poppe
cpoppe@abts.net


June '70 Basic Ft. Leonard Wood
Sept '70 Ft. Gordon AIT 31J20B3
May'71 to Feb '73 7th RRFS Udorn
Looking for "Crazy Ed" Ed Huttenlocher (the Hoot-en-toot)
also Dave Roderick (Hunting Beach)
any one else at the 7th from 1971-1973
Vern this site is "Fivers" man
Thanks,
Tony gibbst@sunsix.infi.net
or tntgibbs@hotmail.com

Tony Gibb
tntgibbs@hotmail.com


O5H 7th RRFS 73-75, regular army thereafter through 92. retired, working for State Dept as a communicator in Amembassy Bangkok..

Dave Frazee
frazee@loxinfo.co.th


Glad to find this page again. Had it, but lost it. Sending my new e-mail address. Vern please keep up good work , and thanks much. Looking for elctr. rprmn.@ Nha Trang and people from 404th
RR Det @ Bong Son, Viet. in 67-69.

Bobby G. Lanier
lanierb@net1inc.net


Thanks for you offering to help locate friends that we served with. Keep up the good work.

James Holton
babo27@hotmail.com


Great stuff here Vern. Looking for Harry Roemisch, Jon Proctor, Joe Sievers, Michale Jacobs, and Harry Harris. Served in Korea and Hawaii. Would say Hawaii was the hardship tour. Ha!

Stan D Glenn
sdglenn@teleport.com


Basic@Ft.Dix Feb.68
33B school @Ft.Devens-68
414th ASA Det.Ft.George G Meade-69
8thRRFS Phu Bai Jl 69till they got tired of my attidude and sent me to the best ASA unit in the world the265th RRC@101 Eagle ,Evans,Ripcord ,etc,etc.Easy to get around when you were able to steal[scrounge]ANYthing
including skin flics from the ROK's and
CID.DEROS Jl 70 back to Devens for 33G school and then the AUTOTUNE
annex.Then to wonderful Thailand and
the NOT wonderful 7th RRFS until they got tired of my ass and sent me to
a tiny little place 60 clicks from Bankok called Phanom Sarakhom.
Had an AUTOTUNE site and 10 ASA's,2 crypti-tty fixers and a NCOIC.
No officers they flew a mission plane down from Udorn once a month to pay us.Early out Dec71.
Still fixin electronics stuff.Living in Northern Az.Kind of a newbie to the www,but heavy on e-mail.
k

Mike Salomone
mickeys@sedona.net


BTW thanks much Vern.
Keep up the good work
k

mike salomone
mickeys@sedona.net


Was in ASA from 1966 to 1970. Stationed at Ft. Ord for Basic, Devens for 05D school, and from there to the wild blue yonder: Ft. Clayton, CZ; Phu Bai, VN; and Det. B, Korea.

Dale Roberts
daler@cybervault.com


1st of all-hats off and a hearty left-handed salute (best kind) to Vern for the huge undertaking he has so successfully masterminded!!!
I was in ASA 1966-1970. Went to DLI (Mandarin) then 98C school at Devens (I really thought traffic analysis was something MPs did at an intersection until I got there). Spent 9/67-9/68 in PhuBai with most of my friends from language school.Spent about 30 seconds under my bunk with all 4 of my roommates after a rocket hit next to the tennis court about 30 yds from our end room of E-row on the 1st night of Tet. (I just received several old photos of Tet from Chris Lane-be glad to send them over the net to anyone interested). Finished out at Helemano,HI. This Summer I met John Seidel & Chris Lane on 4th Of July in Strathmere,NJ- GREAT TIME. Also met Ron Pietrowski, who I'd been trying to find for only 30 years or so (turns out his Dad lives 3 blocks from me-when I told my barber he said"yeah, he was the guy ahead of you in the chair who just walked out" (still haven't met him). Have also made verbal or email contact w/: Chris Dlugokenski,Jim Grodecki, Tom Howard, Eli Renn, Gary Roseme. I am working on setting up a reunion in '98 and I am tryin to find ANY info on whereabouts of Gilbert Merrill (from Brown Univ.), Jerry Williams (Texas), John Stromberg (Mora,MN),Crazzzy John E. Smith (VN linguist,Florida-as opposed to the other 1 or 2 other John Smiths around),Ray Rawlett,Michael R Yates, Tom Lund("Lurch",Vancouver,WA),Dave Coolidge,Otto B. Neely III, Jim Seybold (NH),BIG Mitchell (Everglades,FL somewhere),George Dawson(my red headed roommate in Phubai-not even sure of last name now),Mike Henderson,Rich Thomas, Bob Woodruff,John Wilborn (was LT @ Camp Evans), Mike(?) Hansen, Wes Chong (Company Clerk in Phu Bai, from Hawaii), Don Meeks, Clay Spiegel, Jerry Nadig (on Harvard Tennis Team), Joe Germanaro. Would appreciate any help- sometimes the smallest bit helps a ton (of course we ASAers know all about that.

Mike Sergent
mikesergent@msn.com


Forgot to say that my boss in California is also an ASA 05H ditty around 1965-1969- stationed at Two Rock Ranch and Panama. His name is Harry Richard Herbert-could have gone by Rich,Dick or Harry. He can be reached thru me.

Mike Sergent
mikesergent@msn.com


Yancey Bowling
leparson@rocketmail.com


My Amateur Radio call is WA4UZC.Interested in hearing from anyone who was in the 353 COMM RECON CO at at Cp. Gordon,Ga.,Camp Picket,Va.,Giessen,Germany during the period from 1950 to 1952.Thanks a lot Vern.73 to all.

Yancey Bowling
leparson@rocketmail.com


Devens 05H 72, 7th RRFS 72-72, 303d ASA
Ft Hood 73. Sure do miss the good times
in Thailand.

Charlie Ruge
rugec@hqasc.army.mil


ANY LIGHTNING FAST CHICKEN PLUCKERS WHO PULLED TIME IN KOREA FROM 67 TO 68 REMEMBER THE ASA FLOOR SHOW TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE FAMILIES OF OUR FALLEN ASA MEMBERS? IF SO I WAS THE COUNTRY SINGER IN THAT SHOW AND NO I DIDNT EVER MAKE THE BIG TIME. I WOULD LIKE TO HOOK UP WITH YOU. DEVENS 65-66, 373RD FT. HOOD 66-67, KOREA B-NORTH 67-68, THEN BACK TO DEVENS AS INSTRUCTOR AND OUT IN AUG.69. HAD A WONDERFUL TIME IN ASA AND MET ALOT OF GREAT PEOPLE. I HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH J.D. DROWN OF KENNEBUNK PORT, ME. AND CPT. LEE MIMMS (WHO DID HIT THE BIG TIME) BUT IM STILL LOOKING FOR LEE R. JONES FROM TENN. AND JAMIE MARKS OF OK. AND ANYONE ELSE I SERVED WITH PLEASE GET IN TOUCH ASAP. TNX FOR THIS SITE AND LET ME KNOW IF I CAN HELP. AND TO ALL THE VN ASA WELCOME HOME MY MAN WELCOME HOME.................

REGGIE WALLACE
reggie@fuse.net


Looking for anyone in the 101RRC snake platoon 66-68. Hi Chuie member me?

Larry Monuteaux
na
LarryPM2@aol.com


Ft. Devens 4/72 - 12/72
Torii Station 1/73 - 7/74 (trick 3)
Ft. Bliss 8/74 - 2/75
..-. - .-

Garrett Roberts
grrtt@anet-stl.com


Great page about ASA. Don't see the 280th ASA mentioned anywhere though, I would like to hear from anyone from the old unit. I was stationed there from July 1960 till July 1962. Worked as 281.1 repairman. Don't miss the army but enjoyed Berlin.

Terence J. O'Connor
oconnor@pahrump.com


Fort Devens 1967-1968 98B20 MOS
USASAFS Hakata 1968-1969
330th RRC Pleiku/Nha Trang 1969-1970
Fort Hood painting rocks 1971

Glad to see this site. It sure doesn't seem like 30 years.

Ed Boone
ehboone@shellus.com


Was in the 3rd RRU at TonSonNhut, VN from 63 to 65. Anyone know what ever happened ti Charlie Paape and where he is at now?

Jack Waer
waer@futureone.com


Looking for any body from the 8606 DU Herzo Base located in Germany

John E Babcock
sonofnone@sprintmail.com


Ft. Dix 66

Ft. Devens 66

8th RRFS (Phu Bai) 66

509th RRD (Xuan Loc -- 11th ACR) 66-67

Vint Hills Farm Station - 67-70

Steven C. Roth
stevenroth@aol.com


Ft. Dix 66

Ft. Devens 66

8th RRFS (Phu Bai) 66

409th RRD (Xuan Loc -- 11th ACR) 66-67

Vint Hills Farm Station - 67-70

Steven C. Roth
stevenroth@aol.com


Ft. Dix 66

Ft. Devens 66

8th RRFS (Phu Bai) 66

409th RRD (Xuan Loc -- 11th ACR) 66-67

Vint Hills Farm Station - 67-70

Steven C. Roth
stevenroth@aol.com


Ft. Dix 66

Ft. Devens 66

8th RRFS (Phu Bai) 66

409th RRD (Xuan Loc -- 11th ACR) 66-67

Vint Hills Farm Station - 67-70

Steven C. Roth
stevenroth@aol.com


correction to my email address

Richard Green
kc5cid@iamerica.net


Hi Vern,

Looks like your onto someting good here, maybe in time we'll all fined each other.

Reg Roberts

Reg Roberts 372nd 66-67
RROBERTS1@COMPUSERVE.COM


Forgot to leave info in previous post:
DLI - Vietnamese, Ft. Bliss, 66/67
Goodfellow AFB, 67/68
5th Mech. Inf. Div. (forget ASA Co. #) 3/68 - 5/68
8th FS Phu Bai June 68 - June 69
TDY to 3rd Bde. 82nd Airborne (269th ?) and 265th (101st Airborne) for couple of months in fall of 68, at Nui Ke - also known as LZ Greek. Have beautiful picture of same in JPEG and BMP format will send to anyone who was there or remembers it.

Robert Jack Henry
rjhenry


Devens to Monterey 1/73, (spanish)mthen Goodfellow, then Panama, then Panama Red cost me the need to know, then the real Army at Bragg. Damn I miss you all. Looking for Nate Saunders, Bruce Robertson (Rojo), Diane Blinkinsop Johnson, John Morales, Gene Ward, hope to hear form anyone soon. WOW!!

Steve Kaple
skaple@midohio.net


Basic at Fort Dix Feb. 1066
AIT at Fort Gordon May to August 1966
MOS 72B20 Duty Station was at ASACU-J August 1966 - Feb. 1970. I am interested hearing from anyone who served there and any info re: what happened to CU-J and Camp Drake???

Paul Geib
geibs4@tqci.net


Ft Devens 1960
280th then changed to 78th in Berlin 1960- Nov 1962
Was a 286 Maint at Templehof then did the site survey for the location of the Teufelsburg site on the hill. Returned several times on special projects.

As a Civilian was in Pakistan 1963 - 1964 associated with SOU-23

As a Civilian was in Turkey Det 4-2 Adana with the EA3B Planes 1964-1965

As a Civilian was in Bad Aibling 1969 - 1973

Great job with the ASA pages.

Looking for anyone at any of the above sites.

Lewandowski Dennis K.
dlewand@ix.netcom.com


TORII STATION, 51st USASA SOC, H & S CO 1962-1964 . I REALLY HAD A GREAT TIME ON OKINAWA.
I HAVE BEEN BACK TO VISIT MANY TIMES.

GEORGE GENTRY
GEOGENTRY@AOL.COM


501st
Motor Pool
1954-57

Dalton Harper
djharper@paonline.com


Dave Berger
Bergerdave@aol.com


Just found this site. Looking for any of the 05H guys from the 337th RRC 1st Infantry (July'69-Feb '70) 409th RRD 11th Armored (Feb '70-July) or VHFS (Aug '70 -Jan '72)

Dave Berger
Bergerdave@aol.com


AL Foulke
foulkfam@orednet.org


Messed up the first time.
64, 054 school Devens
65-67 177th Korea
67-69 Sobe Okinawa
Good at my job,poor with military bull
Got out a PFC

Al Foulke
foulkfam@orednet.org


Looking for anybody who knew Robert Bolton. With the 5th RRU in Bankok. duty from 2-21-63 to 6-01-65. Never spoke about what he did to his parents. He died in VA hospital in '85. Aging parents would like any info on son.
CO was a Cpt. Dillon.

Robert Bolton was from Pasadena, CA. The only thing that his parents knew was that he wore civilian clothes during the war and could not talk about what he was doing.

Steve Whitton
bluespwr@flash.net


FT.LEONARD WOOD FEB-APR 1969
FT DEVENS APR-SEP 1969
TWO ROCK RANCH,CA SEP (69)-JAN,1970
8RRS (PHU BAI) O5H20 JAN (70)-JAN,1971
VINT HILL FARMS,VA. FEB 71-APR,1972

DONALD ALLEN
NXVP35A@PRODIGY.COM


Fort Dix- June 62 - Sept. 62
Fort Devens- Sept. 62 - May 63
Herzo Base - May 63 - June 65
Hq Co, COMSEC
Remember we did alot of TDY. Great site
for all ASA members.

Ray Komoski
kstravel@bellatlantic.net


Just popped in to say HI ALL !!
Member of 3rd USASAFS 9/60 to 3/62 > Good page Vern.

Jack Saltsman
telfonejac@aol.com


This has been great, have made contact with some friends. Met some for the 2nd time (25 yrs later). KTF 7thRRFS, VHFS, O5H20

Dan McDonald
mpdcpl@elite.net


1970-1975 Berlin Site 4 in the Grunie
1975-1977 FS San Antonio TX
1977-1980 13th USASAFS England
In God We Trust All Others We Monitor

Steven "Buster" Keeton
keetonclan@worldnet.att.net


Judd Bacon, Chris Homier, Don Stewart, and others are trying to find "old buddies" from Herzo Base (6th US ASA Field Station) duty in the 1955-60 era.

tom sparrow
http://www.bypass.com/~tsparrow
tsparrow@plainfield.bypass.com


Looking for anyone who served as O5H20's in Bad Aibling from Jan 1971 thru the move to Augsburg in 1972. ETSed in March of 1973. Trick Chief was SSG Bobby Williams, looking for James Deveny, Bobby Affelt, Rodney Barneycastle, Skip Hyre, John Ballentine, Tex, SFC Schoenfeld, Chuckie Burns, or anyone else who was there at this timeframe.

David Haney
TheNave@aol.com


Looking for anyone who served as O5H20's in Bad Aibling from Jan 1971 thru the move to Augsburg in 1972. ETSed in March of 1973. Trick Chief was SSG Bobby Williams, looking for James Deveny, Bobby Affelt, Rodney Barneycastle, Skip Hyre, John Ballentine, Tex, SFC Schoenfeld, Chuckie Burns, or anyone else who was there at this timeframe.

David Haney
TheNave@aol.com


Looking for anyone who served as O5H20's in Bad Aibling from Jan 1971 thru the move to Augsburg in 1972. ETSed in March of 1973. Trick Chief was SSG Bobby Williams, looking for James Deveny, Bobby Affelt, Rodney Barneycastle, Skip Hyre, John Ballentine, Tex, SFC Schoenfeld, Chuckie Burns, or anyone else who was there at this timeframe.

David Haney
TheNave@aol.com


Didn't know site exsisted til now.
Hello to all. O5K
409th ASA Co., USASAFS, Augsburg
1974-77
2nd Ops Bn, USAFSA, Augsburg
1979-82
Please send any info on reunion in 1998???

Art Dietrich
adietric@bellsouth.net


I served on Okinawa from late 1948 to
early 1950 with the 111th Signal Service
Company. Would like to get in touch with anyone who may have served at that time, ispecially Paul Henderson from
Pennsylvania.
Great page!!

Lynn E. Williams
n5lo@iamerica.net


Bill Hartwell Vacaville Ca.Ft Devins 64,Davis Sta 65 TRRS 66 Discharged 67 Would like to hear from old friends. C-YA


dbear@cwnet.com


I'm amazed how many ASA vets there are on these pages. Enlisted 8/75, basic at Ft. Dix and off the Goodfellow AFB for 98C school until 3/76. After a couple of weeks at Ft. Devens, wound up with 358th ASA Co. and later with 82nd MI Co. at Ft. Bragg. Did TDY at NSA in 1978 and ETS as E-5 8/78. Did several years as a 96B in Army Reserve. Would like to hear from anyone out there who was with 358th ASA Co. from 1976-78.

Bill Yurvati
wyurvati@kutztown.edu


RON BERESFORD
RBERESFO@JEFFERSON.CC.OH.US


This is a great page. I am looking for anyone that served with me during the following dates and times I entered the army in Nov 1949 and took basic at the 65th field arty Bn Ft Knox Ky. I transfered to Ft. Monmouth Sig School in 1950 and went to Teletype Repair School From there After the Korean Police Action broke out I entered ASA and went ot Carlisle Barracks About July 1950 to go to Crypto Repair School From there I was sent to Arlington Hall Sta. where I worked for a short time in Gas 51 referbishing Crypto machines. after a few months I was sent to Camp Pickett Va. The 501st Comm Recon. Gp. I was in the Hq Group only a short time and was transfered to the 329th Comm Recon Co. This was in early 1951. shortly after I was transfered the 501st Hq Gp was sent to Korea. In oct 1951 the 329th Comm. Recon also transfered to Korea. After arriving in Korea I found that I did not have training on the on line equipment that the 329th had installed at their base and was transfered back to ASAPAC Oji Japan and worked the com center there. I reuped while there and was sent to the school I originally went there to go to. Then I was returned to Korea and the Hq Co. 501st Gp. and the GK team that was in mid 1952. on Oct 1953 after the POLICE ACTION was over I was transfered to Vint Hill Farms Sta. Where I worked a a trick chief in the operations bunker. In early 1954 I transfer to Arlington hall and worked in Gas 53. I transfered to Hq USASAE Frankfurt Ger. in late 1954. There I worked in the Com Center in the basement of the IG Farbin Bldg. I did several TDY tours to Schirn Bad, Ibling and also Italy Avanio Air Base. Leghorn, Naples, Athens Greece, Asmira,
and Egypt.. I transfered back to the States and was assigned to NSA where I left the Army and went to work for NSA as a civilian in July 1963. I then retired from NSA on Oct 8 1987 with 38 years service with the agency and pred. agencies. If you worked with me I would like to hear from you. Glenn Spracklin R.R. 1 Box 188 Millerstown, Pa. 17062

Glenn Spracklin
poppopgs@tricountyi.net


I've been looking through everything I can find in the ASA pages and have found very few 98J's. I was in Chitose aug 69 - mar 71 and Sinop May 71 - Mar 72.

Bill Prescott
billinda@pionet.net


Ft. Devens '64, 177th Korea '64-'65, 51st USASA SOC '65-'67. Would be nice to talk to some of the guys again. I keep in touch with a couple: Cliff Hart (058) and Roger Coats (Maint) --- Great site Vern...keep up the good work...

Bill "Mac" McCrory
BullGator@aol.com


Jello all you too wierd for this world
brothers. Love ya all. Miss the company of guys like you. True friends all. There will never be a group in time like us again.

Dennis Mosley
http://www.members.wbs.net/homepages/c/h/i/chitose67.html
dmosley@flash.net


Seen your web site in the USASA Alumni News letter. It's great. I was stationed in 56-57 at Shu Linkou with the 327 com recon but during mid 56 name was changed to 176 USASA CO. I was 342.60 Comm Equip
maint. That was a great duty station in those days. Last Resort Club upon the mountain and Sin Alley down in Taipei. Anyone knows what happen to Donald Mc Cain, West, or Love all comm maint. Stayed in th business with NSA, ASA, INSCOM and INSCOM-ACC and retired in 89.

Bob Johnson
BOBJOHNSON@prodigy.net


I am interested in chating with anyone who served at Torii Station 1975-1977.

Morris Bacon
Baconm@Foxinternet.net


Commcen at 508th in Yong dong Po Korea 67-68. Worked with Ted Pieper,Fred Pohl, Jess Sorrells,Danny Chambers. Rothwesten Ger 68-70 with Bob Jones,Norm Bisson, Bob Heaton, Ken Reagle. Great work on ASA. Miss you all.

Horace Johnson "Jr"
horace.johnson@wku.edu


Enlisted 9/73 - Basic at Fort Dix
11/73 - 12/73 - Ft. Devens Duty Bod
1/74 - 12/74 - DLI Monterey - Bulgarian Basic Course
1/75 - 2/75 - Goodfellow AFB for 98G
2/75 to 9/76 - 502d ASA Group - 328th ASA and HHC
Trying to locate these ASA/MI folks I met along the way:
SP7 Rich Steber (FS Augsburg)
SP4 Dave Phelps
Chuck Hackett (Russian Lingy)
SP7 Stan Kluth (German Lingy - MI at Giessen?)
Ted Bixler (Arab Lingy from Ohio)
Don Porter (Arab Lingy also from Ohio)
Jim Just (Bulgarian Lingy - ended as a cook for the 851st in Kitzingen)
Michael Stamets - (Mandarin Lingy)
Also glad to hear from anyone from Augsburg 75/76!

Drew Wesche
drew_c_wesche@groton.pfizer.com


ASA 1960-1963
Basic..Ft Leonard Wood
Ft Devens 1960-61, TA & Radio Printer TA
Sinop..61-62
Ft Bragg...62-Sept 62
Homestead AFB..Sept 62-June 63...Cuban
Missile Crisis

Would be interested in hearing from
people who served with me especially
during the Cuban Crisis since wew were
the first troops to be sent down to
South Florida.

George Howard
gehoward@ktc.com


Enlisted Sep 66, basic E-4-1 Ft Jackson, SC, Gen Crypto Tech 31K20 (later 31S30) Ft Monmouth, NJ. 14th USASAFS Hakata, Japan 67-69 (anyone remember comm center tech CW3 George L. POYER ?) W/ side trips to Taiwan (AUTODIN Mode V) and Okinawa (POR Training). 509th GP for one week, then 175th Radio Research Co. Bien Hoa, VN 69-70, ETS, stayed in USAR, 31U40, became Counterintelligence Special Agent, 971A (now 351A) 259th MI Co. Sharonville, OH, taught CI & Security Manager at the Fifth US Army Area Intelligence School, Ft. Mc Coy, WI 76-79. The 259th was disbanded, so I drove to Detroit to drill w/ B Co. 314th MI Bn. Adjutant 1404th LOG CMD (B) RTU 92-96. Retired Sep 96 w/ over 30 total years of service, miss Hakata the most. I ran into an agent who stated that he was in Bien Hoa around 73 when the old 175th compound was destroyed and burned, " WHAT YOU SEE HERE, HEAR HERE, DO HERE - LEAVE HERE". Nice book Vern...

Howard hunt
hunter@one.net


Sorry Fergot - KB8ALM

Howard Hunt
hunter@one.net


I enlisted in ASA to beat the draft in 66. AIT for 98C at Ft Devens. Tours in Chitose Japan (66-69), CY155 (NSA 69-70), 7th RRFS (70-71), instructor (CY155 71-73), made warrant, VHFS (73-73), relocated to San Antonio (73-76), F/S Korea (76-77), Warrant Advance course (77), F/S San Antonio (79-81), V Corps (302 ASA Bn 81-85), Warrant Senior Course Ft Rucker (85-86), JEWC San Antonio (87-91), V Corps (91-95), PM ASAS (95-96), Ft Huchuca (96-97) retired as CW5 with 30 years 9 months and 24 days

George N. Monken
monkeng@mrj.com


Glad to see this data base. Hope to hear from all my old drinking buddies

Crusy Luster

James A. Luster
73024,2171@compuserve.com


Hey great job here. I started in 71 at devens an 05H. Went to Torii until end of 72 and then off to beautiful Sheridan Kaserne and FSA until 75. Worked SSD with Grimshaw, Burgess, Chadwick,Procter. And a few more I cant remember their names. Lookig for Loen Tatum from Ausgburg 73-75 He would bet if the sun was going to come up in the morning. He was from Nebraska. Anyone remembering me or the times give me a shout. ASA Forever!!!!!
Thanks again for the efforts going into keeping up these pages...

William J. (Bill) Frederick
http://www.alaska.net/~akimp/
akimp@alaska.net


Just found this great web page. Have to look for old friends.

Tom McNulty
tmcnulty@compuserve.comJust fo


Just found this great web page. Have to look for old friends.

Tom McNulty
tmcnulty@compuserve.com


ASA 1956-1959. Would like to hear from all ASA guys, but especially those from fifties in Korea or White Sands Missile Range 100th ASA Detachment

Bill Clymer
billclymer@msn.com


MAR 1966 BASIC FT DIX NJ
JUN 1966 AIT FT GORDON GA (72B SCHOOL(
NOV 1966 HQUSAPAC CAMP HELEMANO HAWAII
MAR 1968 8TH RRFS PHU BAI RVN
OCT 1969 DISCHARGED
WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY 72B'S WHO WERE STATIONED IN HAWAII OR PHU BAI

IT WAS GOOD READING ABOUT THE OLD DAYS

PAUL R. THOMAS
PRT.RLT@JUNO.COM


At Phu-Bai April 1966-67 then Bangkok 1968-69, went with Phil Lai also known as Phil Benbow, he has died from an act of suicide I am sorry to say, but would like to know if anyone knows where Henry Coley and Richard Arnold are, they were the only black guys I knew in service and would like to see them again

Art Wonderlich
awonderlic@aol.com


1964 Ft Jackson SC Basic
1964-65 Ft Devens o5h20 & o5h30 school
1965-66 177th Usasa Co, 508th USASA Gp
1966-67 352nd Usasa Co Ft Carson Colorado
1967-68 371st RRC 1st CAv Viet Nam
1968 373rd Usasa Co Ft Hood Texas
Bill Lee mlee@gnat.net

Lee, William (Bill) S.
mlee@gnat.net


224th RR Avn Bn Flight Ops Building
( next to the "head shed" )
June '69 to Nov '69
138th RR Avn Co Nov '69 to June '70
White Sands Missle Range
June '70 to May '71
146th RR Avn Co May '71 to March '72
My MOS was Crew Chief on U-8's & U-21's.
Kaminsky! You out there?

Richard Cameron
None
rcame@pdq.net


From Shemya to 8RRFS, to 371st, to 144th Asn't life grand. 1967-70.
ths.

David Croom
dcroom@aol.com


From Shemya to 8RRFS, to 371st, to 144th Asn't life grand. 1967-70.
tks.

David Croom
dcroom@aol.com


From Shemya to 8RRFS, to 371st, to 144th Asn't life grand. 1967-70.
tks.

David Croom
dcroom@aol.com


Was in 372 RRC and 301sr ASA co and USARAL (US ARMY ALASKA) Yrs of svc were 1966-1970. Looking to hear from some old buddies

karl A Scholz
NA
salsch@becnet.com


I served in the ASA from 67 to 71. My overseas duty station was Kagnew Station. I have renewed old friendships from those days and they are as precious as gold as I turn silver. I look forward to finding and renewing more friendships due to efforts such as this. Thanks for making this possible.

Jim Warren
www.netcom.com/~jcwjr/
jcwjr@ix.netcom.com


Jun '64 - Aug '64 - Ft Leonard Wood, Mo. Basic Training
Aug '64 - Apr 65 - Ft Devens, Mass. Trained as 98B20
Apr '65 - Nov '68 - HHC, 303d ASA Battalion (Corps). Originally at Ft Wolters, Texas. Deployed to RVN Apr '66.
Through trained as a 98B20, I spent most of my time working in the S-1 Section of Battalion HQ. Worked for good people (COL John J. Masters, LTC Clarence V. Smith, LTC Campbell, LTC Blauvelt, LTC Fred Budzyna (then LT), SFC Hyder (later LT), and many others. Would like to hear from anyone who was with the original HHC, 303d Bn when deployed to RVN or any of the replacements who came in as we were scattered through the out units.

I returned to RVN as a civilian employee of the U. S. State Department in February, 1969. Spent the next three years in Ba-Ria (Xa Phuoc-Le, Tinh Phuoc-Tuy). Had a one month layover in Hawaii for a language refresher course.

Visited 303d often after return to RVN as a civilian. Married Ngo-Thi-Mao while with State. Most HHC personnel will remember her as Lan. She worked for EM Club for years. We have three children (1970, 1971, and 1977). Still married. Very happy.

Landline (301) 587-7764

Home Address: 303 Leighton Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland 20901

I would be happy to renew contact with anyone from the 303d. Va Toi biet noi tieng viet.

Robert Lee Banes, Jr.
RBanes7748@AOL.Com


Sluss, John A.
jsluss@midstate.tds.net`


*Former ditty-bopper...FS Bad Aibling from Jun 71-Mar 72...FS Augsburg from Mar 72-Jun 74.
*I really enjoy checking out all the ASA links. Until I started surfing the web, I never realized how many of us are out here. I loved/hated my time in svc and I'd love/hate to do it all again.
*No matter what anyone might have said about working "12 and 12's" and how listening to morse all day can mess you up, I can tell you that it didn't effect me, 'fect me, 'fect me, 'fect me, 'fect me.

Tom Strickland
TomMe2U@aol.com


My PC crashed just as I was entering my last "sign in" so I don't know if it got in or not...so instead of repeating myself, I want to thank you, Vern, for the opportunity to get in touch with some of my former "comrades in arms". This is the first time I have seen your website, but through Arne Mahlum's FS Augsburg duty roster, I have already been contacted a couple of times. Thanks again.

Tom Strickland
TomMe2U@aol.com


I'm looking for a friend that I have lost touch with. As far as I know he is still on active duty and was last stationed in Germany. His name is Mark "Budman" Byykkonen and he is a 98C. If anyone knows him or knows where I can reach him please drop me a line.

Ray Legrand
Rlegrand@vtc.vsc.edu


morse school Devens 1951-52
326 Comrecon Korea 1952-53
morse instructor Devens 1953-54
NSA 1955-1987
Vern glad I came upon your page.
Last summer when I was going to Maine I had to check out Ft Devens when I passed the road sign for it. Was surprised to see it was closed now but brought back alot of memories.
Does anyone know Al Bates?? He was a captain the last time meet him at
ft Meade.
Keep up the good work..

john McNamara
n3ceujohn@webtv.net


SRU #9 Kagnew Station 66-67
Vint Hill Farms Station Co B 67-70
Basic Fort Dix in Feb 66
Began as 71B and ended up 93G

Jim Arnold
jarnoldjr@worldnet.att.net


Served at Kagnew Station 69-71 A Co. worked at Tract C in NMSD mos 05K would like to locate Dean Greenfelter,Mike Daniels,John Boswell,George Boozer.

Carl Walter, Jr.
cwalter@innernet.net


Hi! Looking for vets of 320th ASA Bn. of Bad Aibling; also of Rothwesten & Gartau

Robert A. Harkness
ercnis@aol.com


Never was assigned to an ASA unit, but completed the 283 repair course at Ft Monmouth in Feb 58. Assigned to the Electronic Proving Grounds at Ft Huachuca AZ from 60-65. EW Equipment Repairman...Browsed through your rosters looking for Leroy Key an old friend from Huachuca who was last known to be an instructor at Ft Devens in 1970...Anyone out there who can help me locate Leroy? I think he was from GA and he was married to a Carol...Thanks
KE Penman
Klamath Falls OR

Keith Penman
penmanke@cdsnet.net


Hello all....Greg George are you out there? Jerry remember the motorcycle,it was against orders but we rode it.(pushed it a lot) To all from the 7thRRFS..The Playboy club is OPEN and waiting for YOU.PS.the ice is under the rice hulls out the side door.

Don Holcomb
dholcomb@ci.escondido.ca.us


I have been looking for an ASA page or group somewhere. ASA people are hard to find, we must be far and few or just forgotten.

Richard Willis
cmw@nternet.net


Denis S Visco
dsvisco@gisco.net


Hi from 'down under'
Served in SVN 67/68 with 547 Signal Troop. Spent my time flying ARDF. Just recently been put onto your site. Fantastic. Would love to contact Marty Wendt who was crew chief on a Beechcraft out of Saigon during that time.
Great to have another outlet.
Good Aussie site on SVN is
Best wishes
Mike Conaghan

Michael CONAGHAN
conagham@mpx.com.au


Update
Noticed URL didn't go thru will try a different way
"users.mildura.net.au"

Michael CONAGHAN
conagham@mpx.com.au


From 1948 to 1968, when I retired, I made some damn good friends and some damn good enemies. I'd like to hear from the few good friends who are still alive. ;-)

Kennedy, Robert C.
ImJsLQQKin@aol.com


Jim Depperman
jdepperman@usa.net


Looking for Ray Brinkman, Ken Hutchins, and Jim Lake

Micheal A. Wagnon
CARE888@aol.com


Good page Vern. The home page above is for Company B, 319th ASA in Lubeck Germany from 1955-1965. You will here more from us.

David Wrench
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/6369/
wrench@bigfoot.com


Vigilant Still! The Massachusetts Power and Light is still shining!

Ft. Devens (05H) 10/73-4/74
FS Korea (Capon) 5/74-9/75
FS Alamo (Rescan) 10/75-10/76
DLI (RU) 10/76-8/77
Ft. Goodfellow (98G) 8/77-11/77
Augsburg (1stOps Trk1) 12/77-9/80
DLI (Dep wife--Craig Holley) 80-81
Kent State ROTC 9/81-5/83
Ft. Riley (Adv. Camp) 6-7/84
Ft. Huachuca (MIOBC) 9/83-8/84
3ID Wurzburg FRG 9/84-11/86

Downhill from there! Cancer and its treatment have radically changed my life. Be glad to hear from anyone who remembers me or might remember people I remember.

I was the columnist for the CRAFTIC and published an on-line cartoon of sorts called "The Crockettes" in Augsburg... Had to fight Captain Wombat for space.... When Dr. Deleto let us alone!

Nikki Thompson Holley Dooner
ndooner@hotmail.com


I entered the Army and ASA in 1950. Went to school at Carlisle Bks and then off to Kyoto l950-l955. Then to Ft Bragg for a year and then to Berlin l956-l960. Then on field rep duty at Des Moines for a year. Next came Baumholder l962-l966 and the Phu Bai for a year. Material Cmd at VHFS for a year amd then to Frankfurt until retirement as G4 SGM. Had many many good times and met a host of good people. Great experience!!!

Ed Criswell
crisw@kuntrynet.com


Mother of Pearl! Chicken Pluckers of the World Unite. I donít even know how I got to this page, but long unused synapse are sputtering. I had the deferment for school, but something happened Spring í68 (long story, ask me later). Air Force and Navy were full and ASA looked like the only choice (not a good start). May, 28, 1968: Basic at Leonard Wood, MO (Echo Five Two). Sept, 1968: DLIWC for Spanish at Monterey, CA. May, 1969: Ft. Clayton, Canal Zone, Panama (Hard On, Trick Three!). It started getting strange, then, of course. I was 98G. Chiva Chiva had me about 3 days a week and El Jardin Balboa had me the rest of the time. Any other SOUTHCOM spooks out there? The kidnapping charge kept me from getting an extension, but they threw me in the briar patch, Oct 70: Homestead AFB, FL. Got out early Dec, 1971. Never thought Iíd say it at the time, but ASA was real good for me. I got most of the wild oats out of the system, and whatís left hasnít killed me yet. Still miss that old gang of mine. Que tal la vaina?

Gorden, Larry Ross
MAHLRG@ROHMHAAS.COM


05H20 (I thought that was all there was in ASA!
1970 Ft. Leonard Wood Basic Training (A33 "All the way Drill Sgt.)
April 1970 Ft. Devins (Co C)
Oct 1970 Herzo Base Germany
July 71 RVN 328th RR Det. Chu Lai DaNang Phu Bai and the off to Thailnd and VHFS July 72 to ETS in Jan 1973.
Have found Jim "Puke" Parks Ralph Benjamin and Bill "Wil" Martindale, looking for others from "Glidden Hall" as well as Floyd T. Hargrove, Keith "Buddy" Mosier, Ronnie "Huck" Neff, Bertram "BJ" Crawford, Doug "Mac" McColm, Bill Statz, James "Dip" Lucas, Gary "Go-Go" Gustafson, and Sgt. Kerr
Any help would be appreciated.

Thomas Heiser
tsheiser@wctc.net


Ft Devens 10/57 - 5/58
184th USASA Co Rothwesten Germany 6/58-10/58
Co B 319th ASA Bn Lübeck Ger 10/58-6/60 &1/61-5/62
Detached 319th ASA Bn Handorf/Münster Ger 5/62-11/63

Dave "Tab" Black
dwblack@msn.com


R.J. (Jack) Lee
jlee2000@yahoo.com


First of all,let me say that it's a pleasure to find this site. Because of
family illness, I had to leave the ASA
In 1968 (compassionate reassignment to
Ft. Benning to be close to home because of mother's illness). During the time that I was in, however, I met many good
people whom I'll never forget. So far,
while reading the guestbooks, the only name I recognized was Col. John J. McFadden. We were having a parade at Davis Station (don't remember the occasion) when Col. McFadden saw me with
my camera up. In his typical fasion, he
started dancing a jig. I still have that
picture somewhere in the attic. Thanks
Vern. I, like others in your guest books, will remember the time in the ASA
as the best part of my young life.
As a former 05H ditty bopper, let me say......ASA ALL THE WAY!!!
Jack Lee
jlee2000@yahoo.com

R.J. (Jack) Lee
jlee2000@yahoo.com


Sent to the 7th RRFS in Apr 73' did 6 months there and then got orders to Det C in Ubon for another 18 months. Looking for SSG Carl Hardy, SFC Dick Scullins, Rich Garabedian, Randy Houser, Eddie Fronczak, Mike Forshee, Mark Desandro, Charles Timmons, Frank DaTorre, "Beetle Bailey", and other 05d20's or cryptos that were over there. Thanks so much for the pages they are really great, just glad I got nostalgic tonite and looked for the ASA. Vigilant Always bros and KTF from the Cobra-7's and beyond. ... -.- kilo sierra :)

Kerry Summers
kerrysum@hotmail.com


Ed Railsback
Ed_Railsback@compuserve.com


** Buddy alert **

Ed Railsback and Sam Hays ("ASA class of 1963-66")

are looking for old acquaintences from Monterey 1963-64
and Schneeberg / Hohenbogen (318th Dets) 1964-66.

We are in contact with -- or at least know the whereabouts
of -- the following people from this era:

One-timers:
Dick Routt, Rev. Dennis Strachota, Lou Knapek, Phil Astwood,
Klaus "the Kraut" Ferfort (Luftwaffe), David "Doc" Spaeth,
George Pasek (MI)

Retirees:
Larry "Cap'n" Medlin (LT. Col. ret), Dale Patchen, John Flood,
Ken Knorr, Larry Harvey, Ross Goode

Sam and Ed were in the same class (Czech) at Monterey in 63-64.
Ed spent the rest of his tour on Schneeberg, Sam on both
Hohenbogen and Schneeberg.

Both of us live in Germany (Ed in Frankfurt, Sam in Vilseck)
and have recently hiked up "The Hill". For more info on the
current state of "The Hill" or info on how to contact the people
mentioned above, drop us an e-mail at our reliable address:

100102.2312@compuserve.com

P.S. Hey, Vern! Damn good website you have here!

Ed Railsback
Ed_Railsback


Devens '67-'68
330th RRC 6/68-12/69
VHFS until ETS in Aug'71

Paul Shelton aka Shell
paulandjoy@mindspring.com


Great link and memories.
I just found all of these pages while trying to do some research for my daughter for a school paper. Have not been able to get off the 'net since. I was an 05H on the "swing" shift at the 330th.
Does anyone remember "Sup" aka David Tappen
"JJ" aka Jerry Brindel
"Stoney" aka Hallas Stone
After 'Nam was at VHFS and would like to rekindle memories from that time. '70-71.

Paul Shelton aka Shell
paulandjoy@minspring.com


Looking for anyone who remembers this crazy WOP from Devens, Kagnew, White Birch, Phu Bai, or Vint Hill. Especially would like to contact:
George Brothers
Milt Papa
Richie "Puby" Williams
Jim Straight
Jim Bohannon

Gene Calabro
coper1@gte.net


ASA from Sept. 1954 to Sept. 1957
MOS 271.20 School at Fort Monmouth, NJ
MOS 286.10 School at Fort Devans, MASS
6th US ASA Field Station, Herzo Base
Amateur Radio Station K9HYU active in the local SKYWARN program.
Retired from AlliedSignal Corp. after
40 years as an electronic design engineer, and design supervisior working with the US Navy on guided missile guidance systems and communication satellites.

Jon Hoke
jhcahoke@sbt.infi.net


Devens 1968 05H
Shemya 1969 Where is everybody? Trick 3 at C-OPS, glass balls, Boozer, Wind, Snow, the Plug, the smokehouse, KP (Army only), Philpott, Hann, Mermis, Blama.
Berlin 1970-71 Site 4, Trick 3, Straight Mids, the New Eden, The Old Eden, Co A, Andrews Barracks, Living on the economy, Berlin Brigade, the Grunewald, Larry Conti, Larry Johns, Jess George, Jim Lock, and the unforgetable A.Z. Simmons

Ron Smith
ronsmith@usa.net


Hi former ASA'ers. Ernie Larsen here, former 987 at Herzo Base from 5/63 - 7/65. In the 183rd Co. on "C" trick. Sgt Camp platoon sgt and D W Mann barracks sgt. Phil Nurenberger are you out there?
More later!!

Ernie Larsen
n/a
ernielarsen@usa.net


Well I just started back into this computer age. Its been a long time. Iserved with the 144th Avn Co from May 1967 thru June 1970 out of Nha Trang. In between tours was at Ft. Hood and ASA Pac Hawaii. I have been through some of your roster and have yet to find anyone who served with the 144th Avn. Co. I'd like to know if there are any others out there who served there at the same time. I don't think were all history yet.

larry bly
condor@3dws.com.


Enlisted in 1955 had to take basic at Ft Jackson then went to Ft Devens and was Co clerk for a while with Capt Whelan FSgt Assman then went to Hq Co. In 58 went to Photo School at Monmouth and on to Kagnew Station to run the photo lab. Spent most time hunting or fishing. Came back to AHS in 60 and ran photo lab. Went back to Kagnew in 61 till 64. Hunting was closed for most part compared to earlier duty. But went to Sudan and Kenya hunting along with all over Eritrea. Was treasurer of Rod & Gun club, got court-martialed twice for "poaching" but ended up beating them. Had hunted with lots of officers illegally and others NCO's and of course had photos but didn't have to show them around. They wanted to make an example. Came back to AHS in 64 and quit after 10 years in ASA. Would like to find a few guys, Darden, Duckett, Findley, Joe Jackson, Burt Sachs, and any other friends. Best to All ASA'ers

Albert F Rayl
afr@nts-online.net


You are too much, will take me hours to read thru all. 058/05H,2 languages + Maintenance then 98Z retired in 77. ASA all the way. Keep up the good work sk!!

Jere Dillon
jmd450cj@webtv.net


Just checked in again to get the latest
database. Hope all can join NASAA.
Looking for 7th RRFS buds and FSB Red section people.
73 do Russ W9RL

Russ Lentz
lencom@wworld.com


Served in Rothwesten and am writing a novel based on the activities between 1967 and 1970. Anyone out there that served at Rothwesten, I sure would like to hear from you. Thanks.

Ted Stecher
tstecher@monad.net


Originally from Greenfield MA, had basic at Fort Dix 1963, then ASA 058 training at Fort Devens 1964, Kagnew Sta-Asmara 1964-65, Two Rock-Petaluma 65-66, 374 th. RRC - 4 th. Div. Pleiku 66-67. Now in Oakland County Mich. Whatever happened to Joe Hedley, Armand Cheek, Frank Pyburn?

Bob Hamer
hamerr@detroitedison.com


hi everyone...so glad to find fellow asa'ers anywhere...especially those that served at kagnew station in the early 60's

frank pitzi
n1gdo@amsat.org


I am looking for anyone who served as a MP at Kuma Station. I can't seem to locate the following MP's:

Fred Vanduesen
Norman Sampson
Keith Lazz
William Hargan
Cecil Hamilton
Robert L. Dillard
Larry Iverson
Mike Yarborough
Lonnie Slaughter
James L. Simmons
Dickey Parish
Denny Lankford

If you know anything about this men, please contact me. Your help will be greatly appericated. God Bless You All!

P.S.-A big thanks to Vern for this web site.

James Holton
babo27@hotmail.com


333rd Comm Recon & 8614DU in Alaska during 1954-6.
Update for E-Mail

Gene Hyche
geneh13@juno.com


Great page, Vern. I am an old ASA-er from 56-63. 502/507th ASA Group at Heilbronn/Baumholder and the 9th ASA Field Station at Clark Air Base. Anybody there at those times, feel free to email me.

Paul Trevethan
http://members.aol.com/ptreveth
ptheveth@aol.com


6/65-8/65 F Co, 4th TR, Ft Dix,NJ
9/65-5/66 E Co, 2nd Bn USASATC&S DEVENS
7/66-12/66 7TH RRU - DAVIS STATION RVN
1/67-10/67 4TH PLT 101ST RRC CAN THO
10/67-2/68 HHC 101ST RRC DAVIS STATION
4/68-10/68 414TH ASA DET(ACR) FT MEADE
10/68-5/69 HHC 318TH ASA BN HERZO BASE
5/69 - ETS
8/69 - RE-UPPED FOR 6
8/69-5/70 326TH ASA CO FT RILEY KS
5/70-10/70 3RD PLT 101ST RRC RVN
11/70-5/71 2ND PLT 101ST RRC RVN
5/71-5/71 HHC 303RD ASA BN FT HOOD, TX
5/71-10/71 TDY to DEVEN FOR FIRST EVER BASIC CRYPTOLOGIC SUPERVISOR COURSE.
10/71-10/72 HHC 303RD ASA BN FT HOOD TX
10/72-5/73 DET K 201ST ASA CO GERMANY
5/73-6/74 NCOIC DET T 201ST ASA
6/74-9/75 HHC 201ST ASA GERMANY
11/75 ETS.

Would like to make contact with anyone who served with me during any of these tours. Would especially like to find some to the guys from the 4th Plt in Can Tho. This is the 4th platoon roster as I remember it. If I forgot your name - sorry just to many years gone by.

SFC SURFER JOE ANDERSON
SP6 ED "MIKE" MIKESELL
SP6 RICHARD "RICK" SCHLANDER
SP5 JOHN "PINKY" ALLEN
SP6 WAYNE DYE
SP4 DAVE "SASS" SASSER
SP4 GARY "PUG" BAILEY
SP4 DAVE "THORNE" HAWTHORNE
SP5 GENE B. TICHEONER
SP4 RALPH WEBB
SP5 JESUS CHAVEZ
SP5 JOE GARCIA
SP4 ITO
SP5 CARL "FUNKY" FUNK
SP4 JAMES T. "SMITTY" SMITH
SP5 BRADFORD "WILLIE OI" WILLIAMS
SP5 TONY LOEB
SP5 "MAC" WADE
SSG BOBBY HATCHER
SSG ROBERT FROELICH
SP4 JAMES T. CORNELL

I spent 10 years 5 months and 4 days (but who's counting) with the Agency and I had some of the best times of my life with some of the greatest people in the world. ASA'rs are special people - not the top 10% but the top 1%. ASA ALL THE WAY!

SASS - if you find this - remember our trip at sunrise to Mama sans?

GERALD KING
spyone@USWEST.NET


Served in Tay Ninh w/408 RRDand CuChi w/372, O5C20 (tape ape) in county from Nov 66 to Nov 67

John J. Morris, Jr.
morris329@chesco.com


Fort Devens '74-75 >33S10; 'Permenant Party" (Shop 2, Shop 5, Shop 4,...) '75-80;332nd ASA ROK '81-82;Fort Devens Training Developement Branch '83-84;Got stupid and left...
Looking for anybody from the USATC&S or USAISD Permanent Party in support maintenance (AN/GLQ-3, AN/TRD-15, KSR 35, etc.), or anybody in 33S10 class with Kevin Jenkins, Otis Mills, and me, or stationed in Camp Humphreys/Camp Page in 332nd ASA Opns Co (Fwd)-Korea.

Mike Houston
mmh@itsqs.com


It is an honor to sign in along with so many who are striving to keep the ASA alive in the collective memory of what it was like to be there. I enlisted in '66 after receiving a draft notice. I had departed college when it became too much of a drag, so the Viet Nam build-up snagged me. Ended up in ASA in basic, and went to Fort Monmouth for 32G. It was a snap, as I had already been through 4 years of Electronics Technology.

Went to Korea and the 508 Hq Commcenter from July '66 to Aug. '67. The to Aschaffenburg for a year and Augsburg for two. To Fort Hood where they tried to send me back to Korea. Swapped out of that one with a guy whose name I am ashamed to admit I don't remember. That was in '71 I think. Was pout on orders for Nam with a trip back to Monmouth for Fixed Ciphony repair school.

By that time, the Army had also become a drag. There was a tune popular at that time that had the line, "He can't even run his own life, I'll be damned if he'll run mine," that became my anthem.

I applied for acompassionate eassignment, and received a run-around for six months. I appealed to Senator Sam Ervin, Watergate inquiry fame, who made a couple of phone calls, which resulted in a dependency discharge a year and a half early. All of my service at that time had been overseas and I was tired of the games and BS.

Now live with my bride of 32 years, we were married 27 days before I arrived in Korea, in Fort Lauderdale. I design and manufacture ozone systems for use aboard large luxury yachts the world over.

Our son Kevin was born in Augsburg at the Flak Hospital. He and I are going back for the Augsburg farewell reunion in June. He wants to see his Fatherland and do some high-speed touring on the Autobahns. He will be 30 in August.

It is great fun reading the guestbooks. Keep it all alive.

Ken Hughes

Ken Hughes
none
delta@safari.net


138th Avn Co 1968 - 1970
Ft Huachuca Flt Det 1970 - 1972
Det 4, Sinop 1973 - 1974
504tha ASA, Ft. Stewart, Ga 1974 - 1975

Ken Kaylor
kenk@comteck.com


Great page Vern.

05H
Ft Leonardwood MO basic "70
Ft Devens C Co Nov 70-Jun 71
328th RRC Jul 71 until it closed and they sent us Phu Bai. When Phu Bai closed in May was sent to Udorn to finish tour. Jul 72
USASAAVNEWCO Ft Bliss TX Aug 72 - Mar 74
Torii Station Mar 74 -Mar 77
Media AFB Mar 77 - Jun 78
Finally got out.

Am looking for anyone who served with me at Ft. Bliss or Okinawa. Also looking for BJ Crawford from Tenn. and Keith "Buddy" Mosier from New York and Doug "Mac" Mccomb from Arizona. Keep up the good work.

Bill Martindale
mar10dal@ix.netcom.com


it only seems like 30 years or so ago.
I can still remember some of it.

Fred Sutton
rakkoonsms@aol.com


it only seems like 30 years or so ago.
I can still remember some of it.

Fred Sutton
rakkoonsms@aol.com


To John Millard - You are looking for Horning and Andresen. I remember them coming to Hakata while I was there. I think that Bruce was from Wisconsin. Maybe that will help you.

ken noffke
knoffke@mnsinc.com


Great to find such a page! I was stationed in Hakata 1971-72 and Tori, Okinawa 1972-73 05H20 (Ditty Bopper). Drop me a line!

William (Pat) Hardin
phardin@mediaone.net


Forgot to mention - MOS - 05G4HH6
The H6 meant I was TEMPEST RED/BLACK
qualified. I was one of only about 4-5
05G's in the world with this designation. The first Basic Crytplogic Supervisor's course included Tempest Red/Black training but then they decided to drop it in the courses that followed.
Decided that training was better suited for the officers that would be doing Crypto facility inspections - even though I did the courtesy inspections on a regular basis. Military planning as usual!!
ALSO 6/74-9/75 should read:
SIGSEC ADVISOR TO 2ND ACR IN NURNBURG
GERMANY WITH DET H (FWD) 201ST ASA CO.

GERALD KING
spyone@USWEST.NET


Would like to make contact with anyone stationed with 176 ASA Co.
056's in Tainan 1955 to 1957. Also
3rd FS TTST members 1958 to 1961.

Ray M Love
N/A
Raysline@aol.com


Would like to make contact with anyone stationed with 176 ASA Co.
056's in Tainan 1955 to 1957. Also
3rd FS TTST members 1958 to 1961.

Ray M Love
N/A
Raysline@aol.com


Great page and you sure can find a lot of lost friends. Seems like a long time ago and we still have ASA meetings in Ayer, Ma every other Wed., 11:30 for lunch and BS. Great times by all whether they are ASA or Inscomers but most of the time the Inscom people think we are lying when we tell them about burning out the SGM in Sinop for f-----g with the troops. What Fire.

Alan Donston
aman@ziplink.net


FRANKFURT ASAE TO DEVENS TO 374TH TO FGGM TO BA TO DEVENS TO AUGSBURG TO SMA TO KUNIA TO DEVENS. NICE RIDE FROM 62 TO 1987. 98C TO 98Z.

GEORGE JOHNSON
GEORGE JOHNSON @ UNICCO-SOM.COM


I would enjoy hearing from anyone with whom I served at Monterey RU language school 66-67, Fort Devens 67, and Germany 67-70 Det J, Det K and Det X during Czech invasion. There is life after the Army and life is good. Best wishes and God Bless to each of you who did your duty. If no one ever said it to you before, let me say "THANK YOU".

Bill Hutchison
billyboy98@webtv.net


Great Page Vern, lots of fine memories.
508th ASA Young Dong Po, Korea 11/64-6/66
Two Rock Ranch, CA 6/66-12/66
509th RRCU, CRS Saigon, 01/67-12/97

Jerry "Woody" Woudenberg
jwoudenberg@ipxnet.com


Vern, Thanks for letting me know about this page...
Ft. Devens '66-Jan.'67
Kagnew Sta. Jan.'67-July'68
Vint Hill Farm July'68-Early Out Dec.'69
Would be happy of hear from any of the folks from these stations, particularly any info. on Andy Reinken, Mark Shay (Atah Red), Larry Onderdonk, or any of the rest of the over-imbibing crowd from the days at Kagnew...

Don Hayes
http://www.mindspring.com/~solodad/index.html
solodad@mindspring.com


larry gilbert
kodert@hood-emh3.army.mil


I was in the 303rd RR Bat in Long Binh in 1966 and finished up my tour with the 856th RR det in Cat Lai.

Paul De Saro
pauld@keydatasolutions.com


Paul DeSaro
pauld@keydatasolutions.com


Great page, Vern. The following ASA'ers work in my office at Ft Hood, TX:
Garry Allman (98GKM)
Jerry Boram (35 series)
Larry Gilbert (98GRU)
Kenny Loudermilk (Mohawk driver)
Henry Miles (98C/982)
George Moist (98GRU)
Roy Reynolds (05H/98C)
Bob Smith (98GRU)
Terry Koder (05D/986)
Johnny Wilson (98CLRU)
Marv Miller (98GCX)

I bet this is the largest collction of old ASA reprobates working in one group.

ASA LIVES!!!

Terry Koder.

Terry E. Koder
kodert@hood-emh3.army.mil


Great info. Would love to hear from anyone who served with the 146 Avn. Co. 1970-71. All the Way!

Bruce Gibson
Gibbybyaby@aol.com


Great info. Would love to hear from anyone who served with the 146 Avn. Co. 1970-71. All the Way!

Bruce Gibson
Gibbybyaby@aol.com


strange feeling to be around the ASA again. 05H in Devens, Taiwan, and RVN 146th Av RR , and Vint Hill Farms. Saw the thing about Tex Bruton in prison. New him in Tawian and later in RVN. Big Shocker!

Michael Keever
mikeevr@aol.com


hey strange to be around the ASA again. 05H in Devens, Taiwan, RVN 146th AV RR and Vint Hill Farms(ETS). Will be back to visit. Interesting

Michael Keever
Mikeevr@aol.com


055.2 at Herzo Base 318th ASA Bn. Hq. Co. COMSEC, 1963-65 looking to make contact with
anyone else from Herzo from that time .

Ray Komoski
kstravel@bellatlantic.net


Vern,
I signed on in guest book #3 but gave the wrong Email address. The above is correct.

Fort Devens-12/61-5/62
Fort Bragg-326th ASA Bn 5/62-10/62
Homestead AFB 6th ASA FS 10/62-9/64.

I hope to hear from anone who served with me.

Thanks,
Marty

Marty Eisenberg
Mastei8@aol.com


If you remember " IHTFP ", DROP ME A LINE. you were probably at Linkou around 1957-1958..some names this okd guy can remember:

Ron M. Garska
Charles (Chuck) Bledsoe
Bill Eicher
Jim Davis
Julian B. Goodwin, III (Goody)
Capt. Garry
Crozier ( from California )

Like to hear from you. I'm living in Taiwan and have stood by the swimming pool in Linkou (what's left of it )

Bob Biddle
hickory@tp.silkera.net


Looking for Rodger Cooke or Ken Lamb both in Sinop 68-69.

Dave Kelly
davekel@microsoft.com


I served from 73-77 at NSA and 7th RRFS in Udorn. I am currently putting a book together to give to my father on his 69th birthday which is a composition of stories from people who knew him in his 24 years in ASA. His name is CW4 Robert K. Grayson and served from 1947 to 1971. He was in Det V Gp 10 for a majority of his career (embassy duty). He was at Ft. Devens, Okinawa, Helsinki, Athens, Augsburg, Quito, Arlington Hall, Vint Hill Station, Saigon, and others. I am looking for people who knew him to contribute stories about him. If you knew my father (or can supply names of people who might have known him), please let me know. The name of the book will be "What About Bob?" Photographs with my father in them are also welcome ... either attach them to an email or mail them and I will scan and return them to you. My mailing address is 1101 Pine Grove Drive, Alpharetta, GA, 30004. Vigilant Always.

Larry Grayson
n/a
graysonl@compaid-csi.com


3/75 Basic at Fort Ord
5/75 AIT Fort Gordon about the time they are building the new barracks for basic training.
9/75 Fort Hood , TX 303rd ASA HQ Company
?/76 303rd ASA 373rd Company
?/77 Changed to 522 CEWI Bn
Changes at Hood where a new bowling alley and a new Main PX at the west end.
Heard KOOV the first day they went on the air. Still remember KIXS in Killeen and KLBJ in Austin.
Found Steve Birkmeyer, Terry Rathgeb, and Earl Addison. Looking for some of the others. Ken Duval, Joe Wiysel, Tony Combs, Ruby Ware, Sandra Rose, Mike Forbes, Morris Cockrum, Tyrone White, Ron Green, Carl Yepez, Price from Arkansas, Michael Mitchell, Moe Pratt, and Timothy Danials.

Ronald L. Gibson
http://www.howdyneighbor.com/batteryman/index.html
ronaldgibson@beavisandbutthead.com


O5H20-Still use CW on daily basis.
Amateur callsign WB8R

Ft. Leonard Wood Feb 66 - Apr 66
Ft. Devens Apr 66 - Jan 67
Ankara Det 27 Jan 67 - Jul 67
Karamursel Det 4-4 Jul 67 - Jul 68
Two Rock Ranch Aug 68 - Feb 70

Looking for anyone who was at Det 27 or at Det 4-4 when I was. I have never seen a thing about Det 4-4 anywhere on the web sites. Was it just a dream?

Larry Camp
campdc@cbpu.com


It seems like it was only yesterday that
alot of us were enjoying ourselves in all the beautiful places our recruiters never told us about. I spent my time
as a 98J and finally 98Z
at: 79th SOU (FS Shemya) 67-69
12th (FS Chitose) 69-70
USAEPG (Ft Huachuca) 70-71
TUSLOG Det4 (Sinop) 71-72
USASAFS Shemya 73-74
ATSE Ft Ord 74-77
USASAFS (332d) Korea 77-78
NSA Ft Meade 78-81
144th ASA opns Co Fwd Stuttgart GE
moved unit to Weisbaden GE 81-85
INSBD Ft Huachuca 85-88
Jan 88 RETIRED

Then again, sometimes it seems like that was such a long time ago. Loved our work and brotherhood of friends (like a family).
ASA is forever.

James Sobel
jamessob@blue.net


LOOKING FOR ANY ASA PERSONNEL FT.ORD 1966, 313 PHEU BIE 1967/68, FT CARSON 1969, FT HOOD 1973, 63RD ARCOM, 520 ASA

ROBERT E. BOLDUC
slider7@sttl.uswest.net