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I was in the 3725th BTMS Flight 191 January 1961. Trying to locate former friends. The entire flight was from the New England area.
SMS Retired Dan DeBrase
BMTS 3706 Flt 1652 I don't remember group photo but will watch the site for one.
I entered the USAF Nov. 23, 1963 the day Pres.Kennedy was assassinated. We sat in the barracks a week before going to the Green Monster to get issue of clothes.I was from San Antonio and played golf on the course many times as my father retired from Lackland 1961.
No one was the change into civies, drive a car or leave the city limits. Thanksgiving day my father picked me up and I drove back in civies, picked up 3 others and drove to New Braunsfelds for the day.Drove back, changed and father brought us back to base without anyone knowing.
We were issued a can on neutral polish from PX. We used it to polish the upstairs floor. We moved everything, about 12 of us polished and 12 came along after and used blankets to polish. No one walked down the center of the aisle. The TI came in, saw what we were doing, looked at us and walked into his office and shut the door. Didn't come out til finished and said "Looks good" and left. Neat guy.
A2C Jack Garner
Lackland Sheppard Peshawar
Looking for W079 Oct 79
The following ladies were in my flight and we also had SSgt Cordova who was one of our TIs.: Kathy Butler, Debra Edwards, Roxanne Detonje, AB Vann, AB Harp, Debbie Bedinger Broe, Julia George, Amy Edwards, Myra Ratchford and one of our Element leaders is Virginia Graf. Is anyone out there?
No Faith Gordon
I arrived at Lackland from Puerto Rico late on a cold early winter night on October 1983. I was wearing slacks and a short sleeve shirt and was standing outside the Orderly Room for almost 2 hours waiting for our TI TSgt Ramon Morin to come and take us to the dorm. From that single moment my life changed forever and I thank God for giving the courage to go through it.
Special Agent FBI William Rios
Lack land AFB
Mailed my grad.photo today(4-27-12).Sq.3701Flt.1355(Nov.1957).Hope to see it soon.Thanks for your service.
I am searching for the names of BMT 3725 Flt. 411 that graduated in April 1965. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You
My time at USAF Basic Training
I reported to USAF Basic Training on 5 Aug 1971 from Boston MA. After basic I reported directly to my first duty station at the US Air Force Human Resources Lab AFHRL on Lakeland AFB as a statistical computer programmer after some leave. Later I was reassigned to the 7102 Computer Services Squadron in Germany and later the 7012 Computer Services Flight as an Intelligence Person as the Independent Site Security Officer and as the Systems Programmer for the Intelligence Data Handling Systems IDHS Europe. I left the USAF to become a civil servant for the 7012. Now my youngest son is at Lackland going through BMT.
Sgt Steven W. Oxman
Note: Thank You For Your Service! Minnie Martinez 37 TRW/History Office
BMT Summer 1981
Went to BMT at Lackland on 15 Jun 81. Was in 3704 BMTS Flt 654. After BMT went to hanute to be a firefighter. Retrained as Broadcaster 1997. Retired 31 Mar 2005.
MSgt Retired Doug Rhodes
BMT Sheppard AFB sept 1950
My Basic Photo is on display. 3743 Sq Flt 5514
Sheppard AFB Sept 1950. I am the 2nd person from the left first row. We were the last to be issued OD. uniforms and also the first flt to reopen Sheppard for basic training. retired after 4 yrs active and 22 yrs AF Res. my e-mail address is email@example.com
smsgt ret erwin davis muse
BMT Sheppard afb
bmt sheppard afb sept 1950
I have a flight photo posted for review. We were first to open up Sheppard afb for bmt. also were they last to receive O.D. uniforms.
my e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
smsgt ret erwin d muse