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Thursday, 09 March 2017 00:13 | JBER
A great resting place for terrific war birds.
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 23:19 | Arkansas
I mostly enjoy seeing that we still have older aircraft.
Robert W Scott
Sunday, 25 December 2016 01:31 | Woodbine Ga
Only and Aircrewman would look here and be both sad and happy to see old friends.Thank you
Charles R Coffey
Saturday, 14 May 2016 17:59 | Lexington, KY USA
I was Crew Chief on B-52G 57-6487 from 08/76 to 08/78. Worked with five of the best airmen I met from 02/22/72 to 07/24/80. Would like to see them again, and do it all over. Semper Fi!
Saturday, 16 January 2016 03:36 | Birmingham. UK
Great site . Have done 3 tours of the Boneyard
Database is awsome
Joseph L. Pires
Thursday, 03 December 2015 16:05 | Calabash, North Carolina
As the historian for the USS BENNINGTON Association, I'd like to see if anyone can assist me in locating one (then, 1968) LTJG Issac Garcia who was aboard the USS BENNINGTON CVS-20 VS-33 during our last WESTPAC Cruise. I have two gentlemen who were assigned to VS-33 and are looking for him. If you can assist in any way, it would be appreciated.
"former" SK3, Supply Dept.
Thursday, 26 November 2015 15:38 | England
Brilliant site keep up the good work!
Sunday, 01 March 2015 00:52 | United States
Great to see a few of "my" birds still living. 30 years later and I can still recall most of the bu. #'s. Of the 8 OA-4M's assigned to my squadron, 4 have been lost, you still have one (154307), and 2 are missing. Thanks for the look back.
Saturday, 17 January 2015 04:42 | Kenton OH
As a former Marine and Vietnam vet it is great to be able to track down some of those CH-53A helicopters that I flew in and helped maintain during my 13 month tour at Marble Mountain Vietnam 68-69. Great web site.
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 19:19 | Georgia
I just looked up my old A-10A, 79-0115. When I was stationed at Myrtle Beach AFB in early 1980 I was the primary crew chief on this bird. I called her "11Pig." Sad to see she has been in the bone yard since 1992. Glad she made it through the Gulf War intact.