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The 2002 Rocketeer Air Force Guest Book
Discussions & comments about the Korean war, vintage fighter aircraft photos, air force memorabilia and the F-86 jet fighter.
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Name: Peter Kenny
Email: peter@idealhome.freeserve.co.uk
HomePage:  
Where are
you from:
Florida
Comments: Great site really. Just thought that I will sign it. Thank you.
December 31, 2002 21:40:38 (GMT Time)



Name: John Stewardson
Email: john.stewardson@shawnee.org
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Carbondale
Comments: Great site and a fine tribute to your father.
December 30, 2002 00:32:04 (GMT Time)



Name: Tucker Balch
Email: tucker@cc.gatech.edu
HomePage: http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~tucker
Where are
you from:
Naples, FL & Atlanta, GA
Comments: Went to school with Bill Starr (the helicopter pilot). Flew jets in the Air Force. Sang your dad's songs. Hello to Bill!
December 24, 2002 03:47:13 (GMT Time)



Name: Mike Lane
Email: mjnpklane@earthlink.net
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
San Diego, CA
Comments: Busy tracking some history for my cousins, whose dad, my uncle was in Korea with the 4th in the Consolidated Radar Gun Sight shop, name was William "Bill" H. DeGrood. Thanks, great site. Mike
December 22, 2002 21:36:01 (GMT Time)



Name: Kassam
Email: kassam_bakhrani@yahoo.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Kenya
Comments: Just checking out the website.
December 22, 2002 01:54:29 (GMT Time)



Name: Bobby G Holder
Email: oravictoria@aol.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Ok
Comments: Looking for anyone with information on the next reunion for the337th Fighter Interceptor Sq. I was stationed at Westover 1953- 1958.
December 20, 2002 17:50:24 (GMT Time)



Name: James McManus
Email: sailjim@comcast.net
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Atlanta, Ga
Comments: Was there as pilot in 52- 54. Had 39 missions before conflict was over in 53. I appreciate this web site very much. Thanks...
December 20, 2002 04:31:27 (GMT Time)



Name: Jonathan
Email:  
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
NYC
Comments: Terrific site! Well-designed, well-written and charming. Brought the realness of those days and your father's experiences to me.
December 6, 2002 21:28:09 (GMT Time)



Name: Colin
Email: colin@qualityvacation.com
HomePage: http://www.perfect-florida-homes.com
Where are
you from:
Orlando
Comments: Thanks for this
December 6, 2002 01:58:56 (GMT Time)



Name: Robert T. Rodriguez
Email: AFBLUE50@SWBELL.Net
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
San Antonio, Texas
Comments: Stationed @ kimpo Dec52- oct53. Assigned to 335th Sqdn. Crewed F-86F-10,S/N 51-12967. My first plane was damaged by ground fire(big hole in left wing) sent for major repair and never saw it again. Retired in 71 with 21 yrs of service. Would do it over again. Of all the F86s, the -10 series was the best.
December 5, 2002 01:50:50 (GMT Time)



Name: Robert T. Rodriguez
Email: AFBLUE50@SWBELL.Net
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
San Antonio, Texas
Comments: Stationed @ kimpo Dec52- oct53. Assigned to 335th Sqdn. Crewed F-86F-10,S/N 51-112967. My first plane was damaged by ground (big hole in left wing) sent for major repair and never saw it again. Retired in 71 with 21 yrs of service. Would do it over again. Of all the F86s, the -10 series was the best.
December 5, 2002 01:49:13 (GMT Time)



Name: William H. Hopkins II
Email: h7289@volfirst.net
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Va and now Tn
Comments: Great site.
December 4, 2002 20:12:06 (GMT Time)



Name: G.C. "Davy" Crocker
Email: davy@personalcomputer.net
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Kerrville, TX 62 Miles NW of SAT
Comments: I was in the 25th. Sqdn., 51st. Wing at K-13. From April 52 to Nov. 52. Two unconfirmed Migs. My wingman his first 32 missions was Joe "Mac" McConnell. He got his all north of the Yalu. I wouldn't go North as I had been shot down in a P-51 in the Chanampo Esturary and didn't think I could get out of Manchuria. Davy Crocker
December 4, 2002 02:11:06 (GMT Time)



Name: LEO BLANKHORN
Email: LFB20311@CS.COM
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Comments: I DID IT AND DON,T REMEMBER WHAT BLESS YOU ALL
December 1, 2002 19:54:51 (GMT Time)



Name: 203 REGAN RD ,VERNON,CT 06066
Email: lfb20311@cs.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
NOV 53 TO OCT 54
Comments: I WAS AT K-9 K-2 AND A LOT OTHER ONE I DON,T RECALL ANY OF IT BUT NOW I SEE THIS SINCE I GOT THE COMPUTER WE ALL WAS IN HELL GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
December 1, 2002 19:52:19 (GMT Time)



Name: Bill
Email:  
HomePage:  
Where are
you from:
Winnipeg, Canada
Comments: I love your site
November 27, 2002 15:40:52 (GMT Time)



Name: Tall-thang!
Email:  
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Los Angeles
Comments: Iíve always wanted to leave a commentÖthe site is awesome! A true dedication to that part of your dadís life. I think you would make him very proud.
November 26, 2002 05:47:01 (GMT Time)



Name: Dick Carlow
Email: dcarlow@midmaine.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Wesley Maine
Comments: New email address above; Still a great site. Sure brings back a lot of memories. If anyone remembers me please email at this address.
November 15, 2002 04:41:30 (GMT Time)



Name: MUGUN
Email: MUGUN@GUYMAN.COM
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Comments: I BEG I DON THROW THIS PLACE O MAKE UNA NO SPOIL WORK FOR ME SHEY BE UNA NO SAY MUGU SCARCE NOW MAKE I CHOPE O I NEVER BELEFULL O
November 13, 2002 18:55:19 (GMT Time)



Name: Ray Castagnaro
Email: ray@raycastagnaro.com
HomePage: http://www.raycastagnaro.com
Where are
you from:
Texas
Comments: Never Lark nor Eagle: A Fighter Pilot's Story is now available from Xlibris!! Please go to http://www.xlibris.com/RayCastagnaro.html to order. PLEASE BE SURE TO ORDER BOTH VOLUME I & VOLUME II, so you are not left cliff-hanging at the end of Vol I!!!
November 12, 2002 18:24:06 (GMT Time)



Name: mirza jawad baig
Email: mirza_jawad_baig@hotmail.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Pakistan And right now montreal,Canada,
Comments: To, The Prisedent of Sabre Pilot Association, Dear Sir, I beg to say that,I am from Pakistan.In 1965 Pakistan was unwarned and attacked by India.Before this war USA was kind enough to give our country F-86 Sabre's.While flying the Sabre Squadron Leader MM Alam of Pakistan Air Force became the first and only "Jet Ace" in one mission when he shot five superior performance Indian Air Force aircraft on 7 September, 1965 out of these , 5 aircraft were shot in a less than one minute. He has a total of nine kills and two damages to his credit.And also while flying a Sabre's,No 19 Squadron lead by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider executed a text book strike against Pathankot airfield destroying all MiG-21 aircraft on ground. These and many more kills by Pakistan mantained the Ratio of 72 Sabre's Down and 720 and more North Korean Migs Down Formed by the US's Brave Pilots. 1:7 Ratio WOW.I request you to Please visit the follo
November 10, 2002 01:45:22 (GMT Time)



Name: Mr. Leslie F. Rice III (Lee)
Email: Riceturbos@aol.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Garden Grove, California
Comments: I just found your site and I love it. I was a 10 year old when I met my first F86 Sabre jet. My Dad just back from Korea as a maintanance oficer, and we were sent to McGhee-Tyson Airport/Air Base, outside of Knoxville, Tennessee. I spent as much time as possible around those Sabres! Since my Dad was also Security Officer,Communications Office, and Manintenance Officer-I kinda got the run of the place. There is nothing more graceful than a F86. Your pictures of your Dad's in the air, really tells it all. Thank God your father came home and you can share this wonderful story. Thank You and Godspeed Lee Rice
November 9, 2002 02:36:27 (GMT Time)


Name: Frank Tims
Email: ftims@aol.com
HomePage: http://
Where are
you from:
Florida
Comments: Great site. I remember Kimpo well. You may be interested to know that the ROKAF inherited most of the F-86 aircraft from the USAF, and were flying them as late as 1968. I recall seeing flight after flight go by. Still have a close up photo of an F-86 with bombs on approach near Suwon Airbase. In 1969, the US began supplying F-4s and F-5s to the ROKAF, and the F-86s were scrapped. The sheer increase in firepower was breathtaking, but the F-86 has quite a place in history.
November 6, 2002 19:19:16 (GMT Time)

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