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340) Augusto Angel
Hey Assam Dragons, Wolf Pack and Fighting Fiends (A-10,F-16,F-16).

Keep the peace...but make sure you explore the Korean country.

Just be wise when youn decide to eat fried 'yaki-mandu' after a night of heavy drinking...OOPS...WWHRRRRAAHHHHH

Saturday, February 04, 2006 at 19:41 Host:
339) Bob Furrer
Jack: Didn't get a chance to Happy N/Y you. Boy, you really do a current job on FEEDBACK! Outstanding. Also, great job in linking Kalani's site. It really does a great job for the K-55 "old-timers!" Must say, your last quest book entry would have been great reading for the old remote relay site folks!
Friday, February 03, 2006 at 17:34 Host:
328) George Nye
Thank you for your website. It has been a great source of information.
Saturday, January 21, 2006 at 06:39 Host:
323) paul d.reed
i was with the b flight hellbirds 1975 to 1976. i am always wondering what happened to everyone i knew after i left and all this time has gone by. that was all a long time and a long way across the ocean away from now. so much has changed in this world i look at photos i took back then and can't believe that was 30 years ago.
Thursday, January 12, 2006 at 07:53 Host:
322) umu Mugu
Hello my people it is nice to visit this site.


Tuesday, January 03, 2006 at 08:49 Host:
321) Kenneth Johnson
I was stationed at Camp Humphrey, a Satellite Signal Unit, U.S. Army, about 1988-89, as NBC NCO. I wrote a "Welcome" packet for new soldiers. I also wrote two tour guides of Korea, unpublished. I used "SiKakP'yo", Korea's transportation schedules to travel throughout the country. My Katusa said he didn't need it. The next trip, he took "SiKakP'yo." I sent him to the Seoul Olympics. I also visited his family in Taejon area before leaving Korea. One has to learn Hangul script, which takes about one hour.

I'd like to know about retiree living in Osan area.

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 at 10:13 Host:
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