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Name: Ralph Cox
City & State: Ellijay, GA
Date: 03/04/2013
Time: 16:13
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Comments: I served in the 6987th 3/66-6/67 AFSC 40150 (typewriter repair) day shift.

Name: Wendt, Jack
City & State: Brookings, OR
Date: 03/03/2013
Time: 01:20
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Comments: I was stationed at the 6987th Security Group from July 1970 to October 1972. Arrived as a A1C, left as a Sergeant (E-4).

Was assigned to the Day Shop (Day Lady) for the entire 27 months I was at Shu Lin Kou.

When I first arrived I resided in Barracks 257, Room 103 from July 1970 to December 1970.

I arranged to have my wife join me in December 1970, we lived in an apartment at 11-144 Fu Hsin Lee, Shih Pei, Taipei, Taiwan until June, 1971. We then moved up the street to 11-90 Fu Hsin Lee, until September, 1972. For the last couple of weeks in Taiwan we were in the Aloha Guest House in downtown Taipei, across the street from the Headquarters Support Activity (HSA Compound).

Last assignment was 6981st SG at Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska, was on Baker Flight for three (3) years. Currently Reside in Brookings, Oregon.

Name: Stackhouse, Neil
City & State: Wind Gap, PA
Date: 02/20/2013
Time: 13:50
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Comments: I was at 6987th SS from 1971 to 72, as an analyst on C flight. Sgt (E-4)

Name: Everett "Scotty" Scott
City & State: Seoul, ROK
Date: 01/30/2013
Time: 14:30
Referred By: Dave Burns

Comments: Gary, was at SLK 03/68 - 12/70 (Charlie Flight) and from 06/71 - 10/73 (Baker Flight) - 202, worked for Dave for awhile!
I guess you know Dawg Flight has a site http://shulinkiou.tripod.com/Dawg1.html which would be a good site to reference in your site...both sites together tell a really good and pretty complete story of SLK AS.

Please add me to your mailing list and to your personnel roster.

I'll let you know when we leave Seoul and head for some other place.

Thanks,
Scott

Webmaster's Note: External Links to the Dawg Flight Web site are located on our Home Page. In addition, we have two other external links, one to Freedom Through Vigilance Association (FTVA) and the other to Viva USAFSS

Name: Dave Burns
City & State: Lake Monticello, VA
Date: 01/30/2013
Time: 08:30
Referred By: Self

Comments: Was a 202 on Charlie Flight Sep 69 to Dec 70. Later went back and go married. Would like to be added to the roster and receive notifications.

Name: Chuck Andres
City & State: Brooklyn, MI
Date: 01/19/2013
Time: 15:34
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Comments:I was stationed at Shulinkou from mid 59 to late 60. I was there when Gary Powers was shot down. I have some pics that I can copy or scan and send them to you if you are interested. I also was a lifeguard at the base pool. I only could put a couple names with the pictures. Sorry it was a long time ago.

Chuck

Name: Peter
City & State: Munchen
Date: 11/28/2012
Time: 03:38
Referred By: ?

Comments: Great site. We tell everybody about it!!!

Name: Joe Calderon
City & State: Corpus Christi, TX 78412
Date: 11/15/2012
Time: 16:59
Referred By: Self

Comments: I ws a 203, arrived in 1961, did a TDY to Vietnam 1963, on the ground outside of DaNang on Monkey Mountain, returned to Shu Lin kou. Left Taiwan in September 1965.

Name: Alan Sinclair
City & State: Gilbert, AZ
Date: 11/15/2012
Time: 12:31
Referred By: Found by accident

Comments: Served at JSPC with 6970th Support Group Okinawa in 1968. TDY from JSPC to Ramasun station in Spring of 1968. Loved it all.

Name: Chao-Yueh Raymond Wu
City & State: East Lansing, MI/Taipei, Taiwan
Date: 10/05/2012
Time: 15:08
Referred By: https://profiles.google.com/111055233896870587615/photos/5790713741321750929

Comments: I am an international student from Taiwan who just graduated from Michigan State University this summer. I discovered Tom Jones' photo album about his life in Taiwan, I believe he was in the MAAG from 1957-58, there was a link to the "shilinkou air station taiwan" site which lead me here. I was amazed by all the information and pictures and it was great to be able to look at pictures from my parents/grandparents' era and to also learn the history about real life expereiences during that time.

Thank you for all the pictures and infos and stories. It was really nice to have the chance for a younger Taiwanese student to learn the history from that time period and with all the pictures.

Thank you,

Chao-Yueh Raymond Wu
East Lansing, MI
2012-10-05




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