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Name:
Jim Burns  eastbayjim@earthlink.net
Entry:
Debra VanDevelde, please contact me at eastbayjim@earthlink.net regarding sharing your Dad's items on the U.S.A.F RotorHeads website.
Date:
July 26, 2009 23:07

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Name:
Deborah VanDevelde  txslady624@yahoo.com
Entry:
My dad, SMS Porter C. Myers, was First Sergeant with the 21st at NKP in 67-68. When he passed away in 2003, I was able to communicate with Col. Harry Hauser and Jim Henthorn, and am so grateful for the kind words and stories they had to share. I am now in possession of Daddy's personal items and have many photos of his time at NKP that I would like to share with this website, or any interested members of his former squadron.
Date:
July 26, 2009 15:45

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[ Posted by mike otis, August 17, 2009 23:03 ]
     I served with Myers at NKP in 1968. He was a fine first sergeant. I was a flight engineer. I flew a mission or two with Col. Hauser. Take care, Michael J Otis MSGT,USAF, Retired

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Name:
Mark Corson   mjcorson@verizon.net
Entry:
I just wanted to inform all that my dad, Al Corson that after a short battle with cancer, has passed away. He was aircraft commander on Knife 31 which was shot down on Koh Tang East Beach and was featured on the Discovery Channel "Situation Critical, Seized at Sea"
Burial will be at Arlington, August 27th at 3PM.
I would like to invite everyone to come to Dad's funeral. This is not going to be a private service. I thank you for your condolences during this time. They are much appreciated. Please wear something that is colorful as well as comfortable, for Dad was a very fun loving guy and would not want to see everyone wearing black. I will be wearing the 21st SOS Knife patch to show my respect for everyone involved in that 1975 mission.

I am also planning on visiting Lt. Van de Geer's gravesite and the Vietnam Wall after the funeral should anyone like to join me.
Date:
July 24, 2009 22:40

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Name:
Ronald Marks  ronaldcmarks@charter.net
Entry:
Retired 20 years USAF in 1982. My father (Glenn Marks, LtCol, USAF) was a rotorhead, though, 20 years also (retired 1974). He flew HH43s and was stationed at Frobisher, Bangor (ME), Peru (IN), Clark (PI), Thailand (can't remember...Ubon?). His love for aircraft got me interested. He passed away from brain tumor in 2004. Thanks for this great site.
Date:
July 06, 2009 19:12

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Name:
Tom Russell  trussell@insightbb.com
Entry:
Ireceived a phone call from Carol informing me of Jim Moore's passing on Sun. June 28 ,tonight 7/3 i was sitting on my deck watching the fireworks a chopper flew over & my thoughts immediately went to Jim . We first met at Stead AFB in early 1962 Jim was on the H-19 flt line & I was on the H-43 flt line so we didn't hook up much. In 1964 we both ended up at WPAFB, both being low rank & just starting our families we became good friends . We would get together at one another's house have dinner & play cards. In 1965 I left the AF & Jim continued his career in the AF we we got together a couple of times & Jim & Carol spent a couple of days with us when he came back from NKP.We lost track of one another until 2007 when another rotorhead Don Hoge found the Rotorheads RUS website & got in touch with Jim & gave him my phone #. Jim gave me a call & invited us to come visit them, we were able to get together in June 2007 & had a wonderful weekend with them .We got together a couple of times after that & right before before Xmas 2008 Ron Feight ,Dick Kenuzli & myself & our wives got together at Jim & Carol's for dinner and a day of remembrance Jim I still don't remember what we were doing with that gal of yellow paint . But I'am very proud to call you a friend. Tom Russell
Date:
July 04, 2009 3:35

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