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40) Kurt Krumlauf
roxkr@aol.com
Was at Osan between 77-79. I was in the 18 AMU RF4 SQ. I like Osan so munch I did a back to back tour.
Wednesday, February 04, 2004 at 17:46 Host: cache-ntc-ad01.proxy.aol.com
39) jack wilkinson
jackshi17@yahoo.com
Great site Jack
Showed me some things I wasn't aware were happening.
Keep up the good work.

Friday, January 30, 2004 at 00:48 IP: 61.110.177.148
38) Bob Furrer
snafubob@aol.cm
Great RAO logo, but really did enjoy your fun one. Kind of reminds me of putting the "old firehorse" out to pasture. Keep up the good work, you have a fantastic site. Bob
Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 09:45 Host: cache-mtc-ak04.proxy.aol.com
37) Heather Revels
heathasback@webtv.net
Great site Dad, it looks as if you help a lot of people here. I was looking at different pics trying to decipher where I had gone to while I was there. Keep up the good work!!
Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 20:28 Host: netcache-3003.bay.webtv.net
36) Heather Revels
heathasback@webtv.net
Great site Dad, it looks as if you help a lot of people here. Keep up the good work.
Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 20:25 Host: netcache-3003.bay.webtv.net
35) Heather Revels
heathasback@webtv.net
Great site Dad, it looks as if you help a lot of people here and I commend you. Keep up the good work.
Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 20:17 Host: netcache-3003.bay.webtv.net
34) Richard N. Sherrer
RNSherrer@yahoo.com
http://www.poetrypoem.com/sirricky
Do you know if all of the ".mil" websites are restricted for access from Korean servers?
I never seem to be able to access any of them from home any more.

Friday, January 16, 2004 at 23:17 IP: 211.212.238.119
33) Marshall Parker
parkerml@megagate.com
Was in the 2nd Mule Train at Osan AFB 1963-1964 would like to hear from any of the men that were there with me.
Anyone know were James R. Bohannon is?

Thursday, December 25, 2003 at 17:52 Host: tc1-arc1-ppp169.megagate.com
32) Thomas R. Ungleich
thomas.ungleich@robins.af.mil
I will be transferring to Osan AB in January 2004 as a civil service employee of 7th AF. I enjoyed your site very much as it provided me with useful information not available through official channels. I am looking forward to my new assignment in South Korea.
Sincerely, Tom Ungleich

Wednesday, December 17, 2003 at 13:19 Host: SC215019.robins.af.mil
31) Paul Butler
pgbnr1@comcast.net
I have been stationed at Osan several times -69 to 72 - Security Police Sq; 75 to 79 - Security Police/Pass & ID - my wife, Myong Butler, worked at the 2146 Comm Gp - Tacital Operator; and 82 to 83 - Red Horse. Am amazed at the changes, and plan to visit in Oct of 2004. Anyone who knew me or my wife is welcome to e-mail me. Be glad to hear from old friends/co-workers or acquanitances.
Monday, December 08, 2003 at 11:06 Host: 12-212-127-52.client.attbi.com
30) Sara
puddlesblue12@comcast.net
http://notachance.com
hi my name is sara and my dad was stationed in korea for a year and me and my family went with him. we were stationed there in 97- 98, I was in fourth grade and went to school on base. my teacher was mrs. poulos... we lived off-base above a chicken shop and i was on the osan pirannas swim team. anyways i just wanted to say that looking at all the pictues brings back loads of memories... oh and it showed how much things have changed!! all of songtan and lots of the base looks copletely different, when i left they were just starting to build the out door mall and burger king was still small... ok one question, me and my friends used to bowl at the old bowling alley next to the binju ditches, do you kow what is there now??? thanks
Wednesday, November 12, 2003 at 20:16 Host: pcp02119466pcs.sabrna01.az.comcast.net
29) BGen. George Bartlett USMC (Ret)
retmarine052698@msn.com
My fraternity brother Bob Furer steered me here. I was in K=-8 in 1952-53. I was then sent to K-54 on the island of Cho-do, 125 miles behind the DMZ. We contgrolled the air war. I controlled many F-94 nightfighters that flew from K-55. They really had limited fuel and short legs. If we brought themn down for an interecept we immediately asked for a hot replacement, because once they left altitude they had a few minutes for an intercept and then they had to go home. Interesting to see Osan again.
Friday, October 31, 2003 at 13:00 Host: 0-1pool76-72.nas23.vienna1.va.us.da.qwest.net
28) Rev. Lovejoy
pjelae@aol.com
Stationed there from 2-98 to 2 98, 607th TRS, Commando Warrior. Enjoyed the times we had there and would enjoy hearing from any of the guys from there. Later "Jackie"
Monday, October 27, 2003 at 15:14 Host: BU-WCS2-KELLY.NIPR.MIL
27) Glenn Carter
bat121@yahoo.com
I was at Osan 83-84, 95-97 and again 98-01. I would like to go back again someday. I will probably retire before that happens though. I enjoyed the slide shows on your sight as they bring back many pleasant memories.
Friday, October 24, 2003 at 13:54 Host: ip68-1-147-39.mc.at.cox.net
26) Bob Howard
mathew98@charter.net
Was at Osan AB 2-73 to 3-74 assigned to 51st Security Police Squadron-Law Enforcement. My how Songtan (Chicole Village) has changed. Anyone remember the riot of 73, Crazy Charlie, Papa Joe alley, the day they changed from MPC to regular currency??? Have many memories of my time there, but would never be able to come back.
How about a little of the old songs:
Air Force AP, Air Force AP, Air Force AP eedeewa, checkee passee, kickee assee, Air Force AP Eedeewa! I think that was how it went. Anyway great to see some of the old and new photos.

Sunday, September 28, 2003 at 15:24 Host: ts46-01-qdr2753.wlawla.wa.charter.com
25) Robert S. Furrer
snafubob@aol.com
Just picked up on Ron's Defending Dogpatch slide show. Outstanding! I was at K-55 from June 1954-July 1955, with the 2nd Radio Relay Sq., 5th Comm Gp., however, spending most of my time at remote relay sites (Respond & Highpoint)west of Yesan and a bit SE of Chonan. Things had improved a bit since 1953, but the mud/dust/snow/bitter winds were still the same.

Great site with many memories.

Bob (Robert S. Furrer, Major, USAFR (Ret.)

Thursday, September 04, 2003 at 10:35 Host: cache-ntc-ag02.proxy.aol.com
24) harold tetzlaff
haroldtetz@hotmail.com
I was there at Osan three time, 65-66, 70-73 and 75-76 all in the 2146 Comm Gp. Hope to hear from old friends. I have a lot of memories from those years. One that most anybody station there in 71 would remember is the fire that burnt the keadquarters building down. The work order that started that fire was my idea, to have an emergcy exit door instaled in our office in case of fire. That may be hard to believe but it is the truth, a work order to install a fire door started the fire that destroyed nearly the whole complex.
Thursday, August 28, 2003 at 12:09 Host: p-uwmadison-out-1.wiscnet.net
23) Terry Galat
moparman@zbzoom.net
I was stationed at Osan from April 67 to April 69 with the 6314th Security Police Sq. It was the best duty assignment that I had during my 7 years of service. I really enjoy your site and check it out almost daily for additional photos and information about Osan. It is amazing how much Chico village has grown but it has been 34 years. Keep up the good work.
Tuesday, August 19, 2003 at 05:37 Host: acs-24-154-224-198.zoominternet.net
22) Jack Terwiel
jack@rao-osan.com
http://www.rao-osan.com
This is a test to see if guestbook entries are being properly added.
Thursday, August 14, 2003 at 01:16 IP: 218.145.25.15
21) Glen Painter
glenpainter@hotmail.com
What a great site. I spent 30 years in Korea and this is some informaytion I never knew about. Thank you.
Saturday, May 31, 2003 at 22:35 Host: strd-p1b-3.lakefield.net
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