Reunions & Claims


REUNION COORDINATORS: To publicize your unit's reunion, fill out the form on page 47 of the February 2003 VFW magazine or print out a form from VFW's website: http://www.vfw.org/magazine/51.shtml. Send to VFW magazine, 406 W. 34th St., Suite 523, Kansas City, MO 64111. Please note that improperly completed or illegible forms will be discarded. Submit four months in advance of reunion date. Proposed reunions will be listed only when space is available. This is a free service to VFW members only.

AIR FORCE

1198th OE & T Sqdn (heavy chain): Jerry Baird (5411779-4875; orajerry@aol.com

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Recovery Sqdns (Korea, Japan, Okinawa): Charles D. Rushing Jr. (209) 267-0866

22nd Rescue Boat Sqdn, 5th AF: Joe Connor (843) 552-4035; jjc199@aol.com

2nd Aerial Port Sq: Mrs. Richard Vaught (812) 853-5679

305th Bomb Gp Memorial Assn: John Butler (203) 795-3020

307th Air Refueling Sqdn (Lincoln AFB, NE & Selfridge AFB, MI, 1954-64): Dick Amenell (757) 877-0316; rjamen@tni.net

319th Fighter Interceptor Sqdn (FIS): David G. Headen (270) 258-5633; dwheaden@charter.net

362nd Ftr Gp (P-47s in 9th AF, Europe, 1943-45): Fern Mann (901) 578-5333; FAXL 901-578-9999; cmann1525@aol.com

374th APS/CRK: John Johnson (321) 255-7396; jjmailman@aol.com

37th Ftr Sqd, 37th FIS & 37th FTS: Leslie E. Knapp (210) 655-0908; lesknapp@juno.com

427th Night Fighters Sqdn: Samuel M. Abbott (925) 837-9532

459th Bomb Gp (H), 15th AF: Harold Sanders (661) 250-2115

461st Bomb Wing B52/KC135 (461BW & 4128th Strat Wing SAC, Amarillo AFB, TX): Bill Davies (501) 225-2400

47th Bomb Gp, 12th AF (A020 Lt Bomb): Tony Tykema (480) 831-1354; tykema@aol.com

47th Bomb Wing Assn (B-45/B-66): Charlie Palmer (907) 332-0296; cvpalmer@gci.net

50th Air Police K-9 (Hahn AB, Germany): Art Brunig (303) 946-4243; abrunig@aol.com

51st Ftr lntercpt Wing : Gene or Shirley Zenk (712) 263-5051; hesszenk@frontiernet.net

5th AF, 8th Ftr Gp (33rd/35th/36th/80th/HQ & all 8th gp support sqdns): John Mark (847) 678-5075

6160th Air Police Sqdn (Itazuke AFB, Japan 1951-54): Fritz Kirkby (614) 891-3059

6461st- 21st TC (Kyushu Gypsy of Japan or Korea): Dick Grimm (803) 432-7402

6910th (60s & 70s Gp, Darmstadt/Augsburg): Red Barthel (386) 428-5354; redbarthel@ucnsb.net

6927th RSM: Ray Thibodaux (504) 488-8214; raytib@aol.com

75th Air Depot Wing (Korea, Japan, Europe): Walter Walko (303) 690-7399; wawlaw1@juno.com

799th AC&W Radar Sqd (Joelton AFS, TN): William C. Chilton (931) 668-8473; wcandnelma@blomand.net

79th Ftr Bomb Sqdn (Woodbridge, Eng, 1952-55): Ray C. Gautreaux (225) 357-8198

86th Ftr-Bomb Gp (WWII): John Thompson (715) 886-3042

940th ARW/TAG/MAG & 314th FS (TCS/TAG/MAG/ARG): Kathy or Hutch (916) 334-8550

99th BG (WWII): Robert J. Bacher (440) 365-3023

9th AVRS, 20th AF (Kadena AFB, Okinawa, 1951-53): Richard Frarey (716) 526-5143

AC-119 Gunship Assn: Ray Barradale (570) 722-2067

AF Photo Mapping Assn: Dwayne & Betty Flatt (731) 427-7783; 2flatts@bellsouth.net

Berlin Airlift Vets Assn: Lewis D. Whipple (318) 965-9860; ldalewhip@aol.com

Class 65D & IPs: Bob Therrien (858) 488-4296; therrienb@aol.com

Det 1 & Del 2,1045th OE&TG: Tom Nutting (712) 527-3537; tnutt36142@aol.com

EC-47 Assn (360/361/362 TEWS & 6994th SS members invited): James C. Wheeler (479) 754-3507; jc@ec47.com

Flight Checkers: Marlin Legault (816) 858-2335; magicmarlin@webtv.net

HQ Comd Fit Line Crews (Boiling AFB & Andrews AFB): John B. Joyner (3011868-6855

Ninth AF (WWII-present): Fern Mann (901) 578-5333; FAX: 901-578-9999; cmann1525@aol.com

Pilot Class 55K: R. Thomas Rowe (321) 777-0219; rtr2169@aol.com

Sampson AFB: Chip Phillips (716) 633-1119; chip34@aol. …

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