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Contact Jake Seren Shawn Giefing writes: (): My Papaw SSGT (Ret) Elmer Dale Bass was one of the survivors of the Caribou that crashed on Hon Cong mountain 04 October 1966.
All I know right now is that he was with the 457/458 Airlift Squadron, he flew a C-7, he was African American, single, and an only child. Philippi, WV 26416 Contact Dan Vinkemulder writes: (15 January 2013): My name is Dan Vinkemulder and I worked in the Prop Shop at Vung Tau from Nov. He trained in Sacramento (he joined the AF in late 68 or early 69 I believe).
He was a sergeant as well stationed at Cam Ranh with his unit from 1966 til about 1969 when he left. Contact Doug Lewis writes: (29 March 2013): I am Dennis Christensen son of MSG Dale E. I am looking for any information or stories about him, even the Good, the Bad, and the Ones you don’t write home about. He arrived in country in July 1969 until his final mission on when the Caribou he was in was shot down over Dak Seang. 68 to the spring of 1970 when I was transfered to Cam Ranh. I believe that he arrived in Vietnam in December of 1970 and left in January 1972.
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I hope that this helps if you search your database. My name is Rick Davis but the guys called me, “Dave." Contact Rick Davis Doug Lewis writes: (13 October 2014): Trying to locate any crewmember, preferably the AC, who blew a tire on takeoff from Phu Cat on 20(? Landed at Cam Ranh Bay with foamed runway & did a 180 loop. I would really like to hear from those who knew him. Looking for anyone who might have worked in the shop while I was there. Ferris writes: (13 September 2012): I am looking for anyone who might have served with my uncle Sgt. From what I have been able to piece together (this all started when I set out to build a shadow box for him) is that he moved to Cam Rahn after the 537th was inactivated in August 1971.
He may recognize this picture attached, that is my mother Muoi which he called her Mai. Based on what he told me in the past he continued to fly out of Cam Rahn after that. Jerry Wayne Kingrey (from Roanoke, VA) I would appreciate any information. Ferris Phil Bulgach writes: (29 February 2012): My name is Phil Bulgach.
This is a young Vietnamese woman looking for her father, who was apparently a C-7A crew member.] Unfortunately I do not have his name.
All the major information we had on him was lost during an attack on our village.