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"If you would like to email any of my favored guests, just click on their address!"
Entry of Jan 02, 2004 at 14:55 [EST]
From: pvt kilman -

Comments about the web site: just a vet looking for pics

Entry of Jan 05, 2004 at 13:25 [EST]
From: Juan E. (ROD) Rodriguez -

Comments about the web site: I cannot say enough about this site. As I was looking through the photos I remembered great memories that I will cherish for the rest of my life. Keep up the good work.

Entry of Jan 05, 2004 at 14:57 [EST]
From: Andria Lockman/Dar Case -

Comments about the web site: Andria and I met Mike & Jill (Mac & Jane, Buddy and the kitty's too) in Yuma, AZ around the 22nd of Dec. 2003. We were all gathered down there to spend the holidays w/ parents, grandparents and family. We privately voted them "The Couple We Thought It Would Be Cool To Hang Out With", well, it's out now. Even tho Jill didn't do a second runway walk with her new chaps, I was late to Happy Hour that day and didn't get to see them. I did hear tho, that she prefers "Going Commando" when wearing or modeling them!! HeHe, Hope to see you guys again sometime soon!!

Entry of Jan 05, 2004 at 21:16 [EST]
From: Kirby Rodriguez -

Comments about the web site: Had a good time at CMSgt(Ret) Huddleston's on New Years Day..Looks like it might be his last is the San Antonio Area.

Entry of Jan 12, 2004 at 12:50 [EST]
From: Bill Massengill -

Comments about the web site: Change of e-mail address. Looking to get in contact with Dale Huddleston!!

Entry of Jan 12, 2004 at 17:14 [EST]
From: Andy Hale -

Comments about the web site: I hope everyone had a great new years! I sure did, especially at Hud's DZ new years day eating black eyed peas and ham sandwiches. Once again to Sgt Mac, great site! Andy

Entry of Jan 17, 2004 at 11:40 [EST]
From: Robert A. Farmer -

Comments about the web site: Got a letter from Gene Adcock who tracked me down. I was CCT 1962 till 1978. Now retired ,(in 1989), and living in the UK. If anyone is interested I can be contacted at the above e-mail address.

Entry of Jan 21, 2004 at 13:31 [EST]
From: Andy Hale -

Comments about the web site: I see you have updated the site. The new photos look great. I think you should charge some sort of fee for all the work you do keeping us all together. Let me know what you need.

Entry of Jan 28, 2004 at 00:04 [EST]
From: Brandon Gross -

Comments about the web site: Hey all NICE SITE :D. Would just like to say that i am currently a senior in high school and I am going into CCT right after high school. P.S= All cct's past,and present i greatly admire what u guys do and respect you all totally and wish to join the community in the near future :D

Entry of Jan 30, 2004 at 08:09 [EST]
From: Mike Fritz -

Comments about the web site: What a site! I worked radio maintenance at LRAFB with Bill Sink, Jimmy Moffet, Les Carter, Doug Kimme(we hunted together a lot),Boston Stanton, Roland Brim, Bob Azeltine, John Butler, "C.W." Crenshaw, Steve Horvath, Jose Felieu, John Scanlon, John Lebold and many others my old mind has forgotten. I believe Steve Polofka was our supply guy then. Great to see and hear that so many are still kicking and drinking.

Entry of Jan 30, 2004 at 11:57 [EST]
From: Randy Cromer -

Comments about the web site: 24STS Radio Maint 1989-1998

Entry of Jan 31, 2004 at 05:51 [EST]
From: Floyd T. Smith -

Comments about the web site: Was looking for some fishing tips on your web site and ran across and old friend that left a message. Thank you Gene for finding Bob Farmer. This is what Mac's site is all about. Bob you already got an email coming from me. Let's go Fishing.

Entry of Jan 31, 2004 at 07:00 [EST]
From: Richard Edward West -

Comments about the web site: It was great seeing pictures of my father Dick West. Thank you for that. I am currently an A1C at Nellis.(A-10 specialist) Yes I'm a 25yr old airmen but better late than never. Again thank you. Dick Jr.

Entry of Feb 02, 2004 at 14:02 [EST]
From: Don Lindsey - "Ly" -

Comments about the web site: Some of the best memories I have originated in just a few short years at McChord. TB, GE, PD, the list goes on- great people doing great things. Thanks for putting this web site together, it is a great source in my effort to relive some of the memories and connect with life long friends. Ly

Entry of Feb 07, 2004 at 09:03 [EST]
From: Don Bueneman -

Comments about the web site: LM201. Love the Website! I just missed making the reunion and I deeply regret it. Seeing the pictures brought back many memories. Keep up the Great Work!!

Entry of Feb 18, 2004 at 00:13 [EST]
From: Norm Erikson -

Comments about the web site: Hey Mac, I was just passing through, enjoying the comments, and I decided I had better check in. FYI: I’ve had nine surgeries since the accident and I think they finally are finished. I’m walking unaided now, but still in pain. Take care and keep up the good work.

Entry of Feb 19, 2004 at 19:04 [EST]
From: Mike Rose -

Comments about the web site: Does anyone remember Charlie Rose 63-67 if so please send me some recollections as to how he used to be. He is so cool and reserved it makes me sick, send me some gossip on dear ole dad...thanks Ranger Rose

Entry of Feb 19, 2004 at 21:00 [EST]
From: Bob Swisher -

Comments about the web site: Attending Air War College at Maxwell, Montgomery Alabama until early June 04. Don't know where to from here, but still USAF.

Entry of Feb 21, 2004 at 18:32 [EST]
From: J D Burch -

Comments about the web site: Short and sweet. In Maryland for a few weeks, hope to be in AZ for some time, with my luck it will be mid summer before I get there. Still into the Fiber engineering but willing to consider any GOOD job if someone knows of one. Trying to figure if the cruise is possible, will know more in 2-3 weeks. Will be in touch JD & Rita

Entry of Mar 01, 2004 at 15:12 [EST]
From: Steve "Papa Alpha" Polofka -

Comments about the web site: I just scanned through your latest rambling. Thanks for including the piece about my father. He was a Seabee in WWII. I had the honor of sitting with a WWII Seabee at the CCA 50th Reunion Dinner – Dale Morgan. He was one of our earlier Combat Controllers. Anyway, about a year ago I was visiting with my dad, in Ohio, and I had a chance ask him about some of his experiences during the war. I wrote them all down. He was pretty lucky because he wasn’t ever in any heavy fighting. For his 80th birthday one of my sisters organized a “memory” book for him. She contacted all of his old friends and our relatives. Everyone sent a little something for the book. I was able share his stories with everyone. They really mean a lot to me. I’ll always cherish that time with him. I believe that it was our last, really good conversation together.

Entry of Mar 07, 2004 at 22:59 [EST]
From: Karen (Alberty) Moser -

Comments about the web site: I was told about this CCT web site last night and had the opportunity to look at some of the photos on it. My dad was on the teams at Little Rock in the late '70's and McChord in the 80's. His name is Clark Alberty. I don't know if you ever knew him but the CCT was a huge part of his life. He passed away in January of 1989 and was CCT until the end.

If there is any other information or web-site information you could forward to me I would really appreciate it. Thank You and Take Care, Karen (Alberty) Moser

Entry of Mar 15, 2004 at 02:38 [EST]
From: Leo Gladstone Anthony Fuller, Jr. -

Comments about the web site: Mac, your site brought tears to my eyes. I would love to send PI CCT pictures. Give me an address. Leo Fuller 888-513-9841, ext 1 P.O. Box 11755 San Bernardino CA 92423 P.S.: My case will be heard one day. I want my good name back. I have a hard time dealing with the fact that candy-assess like fagerson, and the like, took it away in the first place. Signed, Not bitter aka hungry for justice

Entry of Mar 16, 2004 at 06:06 [EST]
From: Lou Heidenreich -

Comments about the web site: Once again hi from Australia. Al Huddleston sent me some of the pictures of the reunion. Interestingly I did recognise some of the faces, but they look so much older!! or is that all of us? Rich Quigley has seemed to age very well. I have tried to contact him through the email but for some reason have been unable. I think the web site is fantastic and I wish that I had been able to attend the reunion just to have a couple of beers and shoot the shit. I have retired now after 21 years with the Australian Army and then 9 years with the South Australia Police as the manager of the Speed Camera Unit. I wish I had made this move years ago. My wife and I are enjoying chance to travel around this large country of ours. Thanks for the opportunity to keep in touch. Regards Lou

Entry of Mar 16, 2004 at 15:26 [EST]
From: Tara Jackson -

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Entry of Mar 18, 2004 at 19:23 [EST]
From: Robert E. Chappell -

Comments about the web site: This is the first time I've been on site with this e-mail address. I am CCT Association life member #0345. Mac, I spoke with you at reunion (the big one) in Ft. Walton Beach last September. Thanks for creating and running this site. All the best.

Entry of Mar 18, 2004 at 22:49 [EST]
From: Joseph S Klauser -

Comments about the web site: CCT member 1965 thru 1981. Joe is currently undergoing a battle with metastatic pancreatic cancer. He did well during first round of chemo but he is losing ground slowly. His CCT team at Langley AFB won the Coronet Shamrock competition in 1973. He making arrangements to have the Trophy sent to Gene Adcock so other CCT members can enjoy the trophy. Thanks all, Terrie Klauser

Entry of Mar 20, 2004 at 01:33 [EST]
From: Erick -

Comments about the web site: hey all nice site. Lookin forward to going cct. A messageboard/forum would be great imo :D thanks!

Entry of Mar 23, 2004 at 13:36 [EST]
From: Dale Jensen -

Comments about the web site: Mac, It was great seeing everyone at the reunion. I look forward to going again.

Entry of Mar 25, 2004 at 09:34 [EST]
From: Paul -

Comments about the web site: Thanks for signing my guest book and Visiting CCT SMS Andre Guillet's Memorial website. Just in case you didn't visit the latest investigation page, here it is:  The crash coordinates have been wrong for 37 years and all the previous investigation have been in the wrong spot. It may be many years from now before the site is revisited and possibly excavated. Paul

Entry of Mar 26, 2004 at 18:57 [EST]
From: Sam Scoggin -

Comments about the web site: Hi Mac, Just browsing thru for an update. Reading your latest letter and noticed Buddy Bowden's name. Tell Him hello. We were together at EAFB in the 60's. Sam

Entry of Mar 28, 2004 at 01:05 [EST]
From: Mat Gross -

Comments about the web site: I'm 22 and am a firefighter in the AF. I am currently training to crosstrain into CCT. It's the only way that I can imagine living my life. My little bro is just as nuts and is joining the AF and he's deticated on becoming a CCT too. Any advise, feel free to drop me a line. "I came here to kick ass and chew bubble gum, I'm all out of gum". Much Respect

Entry of Mar 31, 2004 at 17:18 [EST]
From: Bob Swisher -

Comments about the web site: Finishing up Air War College (as LtCol Swisher) at Maxwell AFB. No assignment yet, but rumors put us at JCS at the Pentagon. Kids are both grown. Oldest daughter has 3 grandkids for us (Abby 5, Caleb 3, and Brody 1). Youngest daughter due with first this June. Brenda still hanging onto to me after almost 25 years. Love to hear from some of the guys. Swish

Entry of Apr 02, 2004 at 08:24 [EST]
From: Jeff Kinlaw -

Comments about the web site: Im the proud dad of a son who just graduated from ccs on march 26th!!! I also have another son who is going to bmt this april and hopefully will start the pipeline soon.

Entry of Apr 02, 2004 at 10:25 [EST]
From: Jeff G. Kinlaw -

Comments about the web site: Graduated from CCS on March 26th and I'm leaving for AST on April 3,2004!!! HOO YA!!!!!

Entry of Apr 04, 2004 at 20:23 [EST]
From: Will Stegall -,

Comments about the web site: Hearty Hoo-Ya to all you CCT's out there, past and current. I am Navy Chief Petty Officer Mixed-Gas Deep Sea Diver Will Stegall. Dave Netterville is my first cousin and told me to check out Sar'ent Mac's website. You guys have got a tremendous heritage that is often unknown. Fantastic website Sar'ent Mac! If this ol deep sea divin' squid can ever help out the only "Alfa" males in the damn "Chair Force", let me know! Dive safe and dive often! CPO Will Stegall

Entry of Apr 05, 2004 at 15:32 [EST]
From: Ray Templin -

Comments about the web site: A great site. I was thrilled to see a photo of one of my old teammates: TSgt Charles N. Abee. Hope you add some more stuff in the future. I’m sure I’ll be back.

Entry of Apr 08, 2004 at 17:43 [EST]
From: Bob Cleghorn -

Comments about the web site: CCT 1956-1960, Pope AFB, NC with Eddy Marion, George MacLean, Bob Antle, Bob Lanier, Eddy Robbins, Bill Winters, Deacon Jones, Jose Jones and lots of others. Some still with us and others dearly departed. Keep up the good work, I look at the site often and remember all the good times.

Entry of Apr 08, 2004 at 21:40 [EST]
From: Bill Citro -

Comments about the web site: Well Mac--I finally joined!!!you got me--be aware that I'm more active on the OUTER NET than the internet--I was in Combat Control in 56/57/58--@ Sewart--got caught up in a RIFT--became a LEG in the tower @ WrightPat--Had never seen parallel runways till then---been a member of CCA since 86---enjoy and attend all the Reunions--looking forward to BNA in April and FWB next Sept! Bill

Entry of Apr 09, 2004 at 13:15 [EST]
From: Charlie Tappero -

Comments about the web site: Greetings to all my old teammates and friends.

Entry of Apr 14, 2004 at 01:21 [EST]
From: Bob Azeltine -

Comments about the web site: Mac, Once again, viewing your site has brought back many memories, thanks and hoo-yaa. Sincerely, AZ

Entry of Apr 14, 2004 at 03:50 [EST]
From: frank vittitow -

Comments about the web site: scuse me -not cct but associated with them and combat weather troops for a couple of years-have a couple of stories i would like to tell,but cant seem to find a method- HELP- I think the stories are worth hearing-from late 60s

Entry of Apr 15, 2004 at 19:18 [EST]
From: David Fahey -

Comments about the web site: Everything is good in San Antonio. We will all miss Chief Huddleston as he is off for Europe. We will eagerly anticipate his arrival back to San Antonio after a few years of following Chief Huddleston (the other Chief). Looking forward to Chief Browns retirement golf tourney the beginning of June. For all those brothers in the middle east, Stay Safe and Thanks for all you are doing.

Entry of Apr 19, 2004 at 18:47 [EST]
From: Anita Lee -

Comments about the web site: Thanks for visiting my site! I had a peak at yours, great dedications and pictures lots of fun. Thanks again Anita

Entry of Apr 20, 2004 at 03:10 [EST]
From: Wayne Fontana -

Comments about the web site: I am a 60s entertainer and entertainment agency, working out of the United Kingdom. 2004 is my fortieth year in showbiz.

Entry of Apr 21, 2004 at 14:26 [EST]
From: Bucky -

Comments about the web site: Hey, Mac! Great bar! Thanks a million for putting our "Kerry Lied" link on your site. Keep the faith and don't commit the reserve! Bucky Burruss

Entry of Apr 23, 2004 at 14:34 [EST]
From: JD Burch -

Entry of Apr 28, 2004 at 00:48 [EST]
From: Darold L. Underwood -

Comments about the web site: Was assigned to the 5th Aerial Port Squadron Donaldson AFB South Carolina in December 1953 after being transfered from the 1 st Aerial Port Squadron At Donaldson.Would love to go up in a C-119 just one more time.Great web page

Entry of Apr 29, 2004 at 09:10 [EST]
From: Whitehead -

Comments about the web site: Like the site very much

Entry of Apr 30, 2004 at 10:42 [EST]
From: Dan Good -

Comments about the web site: great site Sarge. Cheers for signing my guestbook.

Entry of May 02, 2004 at 13:39 [EST]
From: Eugene Kimball -

Comments about the web site: Mac, you can add my name to the minion of admirers of your site! I have visited here many times but never got around to signing your damn book till now! Was in CCT 65 thru 68 and was stationed at Travis and Mactan. Made the reunion for the first time last year and it was just great! Got to see some folks that I hadn’t seen in over 35 years.

Entry of May 05, 2004 at 19:33 [EST]
From: Bill Winters -

Comments about the web site: X-parachutist (798 FF, 340 SL ), X-Air Traffic Control Sup-ervisor, X-FAA Master Parachute Rigger. CCT: 1956 -1976, on 1st CCT Combat Jump ( VN ), Presented with Gold VN & Standard German Parachutist Badges. My time in CCT was like a John Wayne movie & we were the stars. I loved it. Presently I work some & fish lots. Instead of HALO I LAYLO.

Entry of May 07, 2004 at 22:53 [EST]
From: Art Lawrence -

Comments about the web site: Hi Mac, I hate spam mail but I couldn't stay away from your bar. Please put me back on your mailing list. -Art

Entry of May 12, 2004 at 19:27 [EST]
From: Joe Hawkins -

Comments about the web site: Mac it was great to meet you and the other brothers at Nashville.Member of CCT 64/68,retired from BellSouth 2001.See you in September

Entry of May 19, 2004 at 01:08 [EST]
From: Doug Kimme -

Comments about the web site: Aloha Mac, signing the book again. nothing special to say tonight ! Later.....

Entry of May 20, 2004 at 01:19 [EST]
From: scott nicholson -

Comments about the web site: this is an awesome site. hopefully with some hard work and finishing the pipeline my pic can be on here someday. keep up the good work.

Entry of May 29, 2004 at 23:20 [EST]
From: chauvin j. buras -

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Entry of Jun 06, 2004 at 03:25 [EST]
From: john drozdowski -

Comments about the web site: I've been doing something other than the CCT norm for the last 25 years+-. I've had occasional contact but the 50th reunion really was a wake up for me. It is a great (the best) association of loyal friends, a family that everyone can be proud of. Yes, there are alot of the old guard out there but there are also alot of the young guns who are doing an outstanding job in today's world. I'd like to see more of them. I continue to serve with the Anchorage Fire Department and although I could retire, I still show up for my duties. The AFD like CCT is comprised of great people who go out of there way to make the job worth doing and life worth living. Wishing the best to all in everything you do...John and Silvia

Entry of Jun 16, 2004 at 00:48 [EST]
From: Jorge Ibara -

Comments about the web site: Live in SUN Diego and Tecate, Baja California, working hard on my 60-acre ranch in Tecate. I'm impressed with the salute to Scott Sather, he was my troop when he was still green under the gills back in the O'l days of Alconbury and JK as the supreme musher.

Entry of Jun 18, 2004 at 15:03 [EST]
From: Dan Kennedy -

Comments about the web site: If by chance you haven't seen it go to

Entry of Jun 20, 2004 at 22:58 [EST]
From: Jim Moffett -

Comments about the web site: I'm not lost, just on the list of the lost.

Entry of Jun 26, 2004 at 19:56 [EST]
From: Traci Dworshak -

Comments about the web site: My father is Bill Frankenberger, a Combat Controller for 22 years,(retired for at least that long)! He's been telling me to check out the site for awhile. Wow, what memories it brought back for me, growing up on drop zones every weekend! Thanks- I will return to the site and show my children what Grandpa use to do for work!!

Entry of Jul 03, 2004 at 10:49 [EST]
From: Howard Gray -

Comments about the web site: Greetings all I've been on the sidelines for a few years, thought I'd pop my head up. I still see folks from time to time passing through MacDill. Doing contractor stuff for SOCOM with PKI (you know, those new ID cards) I enjoy the site. I have a pile of old slides that need scanning, one day... Keep up the good work Mac.... Howie

Entry of Jul 08, 2004 at 19:06 [EST]
From: mike schlegel -

Comments about the web site: working for the faa in new orleans

Entry of Jul 27, 2004 at 10:17 [EST]
From: Chuck Potter -

Comments about the web site: Had been on the AACS web site and happened to think about my days at Keesler and the Combat Control troops I knew there. I went to your web site and Low and Behold who do I see but LOU BRABHAM. I was stationed with him at Lajes in '58 and '59 as CTOs. Just wonder how many 40 pounders he's put away since then. Great Web Site. Keep up the good work.

Entry of Jul 28, 2004 at 12:26 [EST]
From: Don Bueneman -

Comments about the web site: Great Site!! Hoping to make the reunion this year!

Entry of Aug 09, 2004 at 14:04 [EST]
From: Andrew Stafford -

Comments about the web site: I am currently enlisted in the Air Force leaving for basic in 15 days. I have completed the PAST test and am headed for Combat Control training after basic. I hope to join you all in the ranks some day.

Entry of Aug 15, 2004 at 18:58 [EST]

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Entry of Aug 17, 2004 at 16:08 [EST]
From: Allen Hooper -

Comments about the web site: Hey Mac, Site looks good as always!! Just wanted to let you know the latest CCA roster (Aug 15) is available for members. Just drop me an note with your membership number and I'll e-mail you a copy. I have it in both Adobe pdf and Excel formats.

Entry of Aug 17, 2004 at 17:11 [EST]
From: Al Joye -

Comments about the web site: Not smuch to say about me. I retired 31 dec 73. Drove a gasoline tanker, hauling gas, diesel, Av gas, and jet fuel for 22 and one half years. I retired again june of 97. Since then I've been enjoying retardation. I have one son and one daughter, and 3 grandchildren. I joined CCT at Dyess AFB, in may 1962. In 64 I went to the team at wiesbaden Ger,. I left there in 67, and reported to Forbes AFT in 67 througy 68 and was assigned to the first Inf. Div in Viet Nam as ncoic of TACP at Division Level. Finally got reassigned to CCT Aat TSN AFB RVN. I left there in 69 to Dyess AFB where I retired in 73

Entry of Aug 18, 2004 at 21:38 [EST]
From: Johnny Pantages -

Comments about the web site: Thank you Mac.

Entry of Aug 23, 2004 at 01:10 [EST]
From: Robert W. Miller -

Comments about the web site: I've been outa touch for a lot of years. Just checkin in. Bob Miller 712 S. Carrizo Springs Ave. Pueblo West, CO. 81007 719-547-0867

Entry of Aug 25, 2004 at 13:46 [EST]
From: Paul "Vinnie" Venturella -

Comments about the web site: I am the 24 STS Chief Enlisted Manager and I am requesting all former 24 STS members who have ever been assigned, send me their contact info, I am updating my database. Please include mailing address, phone numbers (home, work or cell as appropriate) and email address. My email address is My DSN is 383-0255, Comm (910) 243-0255. Thanks.

Entry of Aug 25, 2004 at 17:45 [EST]
From: t.c. rogers -

Comments about the web site: Great site!!!!!!!!!!!

Entry of Sep 08, 2004 at 10:01 [EST]
From: Peter D. Holt -

Comments about the web site: To SgtMacsBar. Mike you continue to be a driving force within the "Brotherhood". Without you many other pieces of our past history would have been lost! I believe I speak for many of our comrades when I say, “Thank You” for all you do! You continue to reflect on our history, but report on what our “Brothers” are doing now to “Protect and Serve”. The future is yet untold, but I’m sure when it is accomplished, SgtMacsBar – Mike McReynolds, ”Will Tell The Tail”. Thanks for the Memories, Peter “Agent Orange” Holt

Entry of Sep 09, 2004 at 11:02 [EST]
From: Peter Holt -

Comments about the web site: Mac, Here the update to Lew's Fureral. Unable to send direct to you. thought this might work. Update on Lew Arrangements In South Carolina Sept 9, 2004 11:00 a.m. Good Morning All, I want to update you on the return of our fallen brother to his home in Ehrhardt, South Carolina. Barbara (my wife) called Heardon Funeral Home this morning and they passed the following info. 1). Sunday Evening (September 12) - Heardon Funeral Home 2515 LowCountry Hwy, Ehrhardt will have a visitation from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. 2). Chapel Services (Monday 13) - 3:00 p.m. at Heardon Funeral Home followed by a burial at the Kearsh-Braham Cemetery (close to funereal home). Herndon Funeral Home, 803-267-1971 I know that all of Lew's friends and Brothers mourn this passing of a true friend and mentor. During his crossing over he will be met by the many former comrades who have gone before. Those of us who Lew touched during these percious years have a living memory that we can hold and treasure. A good man, a brother, a friend. Lew, we will miss you. Until we met again buddy. Sincerley, Peter and Barbara Holt (843) 871-5285 Home (843) 228-3345 Work DSN: 335-3345

Entry of Sep 15, 2004 at 14:40 [EST]
From: A. Pittman -

Comments about the web site: Just passing through picking up on some of the old memories. Sure had lots of fun with the 435th and 317th. Met a younger CCT member the other day by the name of Kevin Eason. Had a wondeful time talking about the past. Now...Im stuck in an office with two(2) computers and a telephone. Not like the old days of running through the bushes and blowing up things. Does anyone know where Al Corbett is located at this time.

Entry of Sep 15, 2004 at 17:08 [EST]
From: Brian"Buz" Sawyer -

Comments about the web site: I ran across Johnny Pantages a few years back and we have routinely maintained contact in one form or another. Every time we get together he asks if I’ve signed the Guest Book and my answer is that I’ll get around to it. Nevertheless, with the untimely passing of Robbie last year and now Lew, both of whom I knew well, it’s about time that get reconnected. As of today I’ve officially signed the SgtMacsBar Guest Book.

Entry of Sep 17, 2004 at 03:05 [EST]
From: Bob Ford -

Comments about the web site: I was a member of the 63 APS at Norton AFB in 1972 and would like to post a team picture of us. Other than myself the group photo includes Billy Burr, Tommy Fagan, John Fuller, Col Strobaugh, Eugene Mcarthy, John Drozdowski and others. If you'd like to get this team pic, give me an address to send it to. Thanks, Bob Ford

Entry of Sep 22, 2004 at 12:35 [EST]
From: Spencer Offenbacker -

Comments about the web site: Hey, just heard about your website from Randy Seebeck. I am on vacation this week, suppose to be in Florida for the reunion, but mother nature did not cooperate. I have a few days off anyway and wanted to find out where your bar is? My wife and I are living in northwest Arkansas, in a town called Rogers. We both grew up around here. We are only about 20 minutes from the Missouri border. I retired 01/01/01 and miss CCT real bad. I like what I am doing, but it ain't the same, as you well know. I am a granddad now, damn kids!! I guess they couldn't keep it in their pants just like us. Oh well, I don't feel that old and only a little grey hair. I heard you were going to do something at your bar since the reunion has been cancelled. Any news, where do I show up and when, I need a beer with airborne guys real bad, legs just don't hack it. See ya. Spencer

Entry of Sep 22, 2004 at 21:28 [EST]
From: kb duncan -

Comments about the web site: hi guys im here in myrtle beach sc tel no (843)293-7390 give me a call

Entry of Sep 24, 2004 at 01:31 [EST]
From: Don Hammond -

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Entry of Sep 25, 2004 at 23:15 [EST]
From: kenny rhodes -

Comments about the web site: i really enjoy your web site, thanks for all you do.

Entry of Oct 06, 2004 at 11:54 [EST]
From: Kevin Eason -

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Entry of Oct 10, 2004 at 14:47 [EST]
From: CSM (R) J. L. Kuntz - tenntiger123@AOL.COM

Comments about the web site: 1966-1968: 436th Aerial Port Sq., Dover; 1968-1970: CCT Dover; 1973-1984: Co B, 5th SF Bn, 20th SF Gp with SFOD A-2063-62, Glen Arm, Maryland; 1984-1985: 1729th TAACOM, Havre De Grace/Aberdeen Area, Maryland; 1985-2001: 2/175th Light Inf.; 2/115th Light Infantry; 1/115th Infantry; 29th Division (Light) Headquarters. Mission Assignments: Fort Bragg/McKall; Idaho; Puerta Rico; Germany; Vermont; Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas; Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas; Norway; Fort Bliss, Texas; Northern Italy; Estonia (USSR); Retired: 1 Nov 2001: with 33 years of service; 2001-2002: Taught Part-time in the English Department at The Citadel; 2002-Present: Senior Army Instructor for ROTC; Working on Dissertation for a Ph.D. in English at the University of Glamorgan, Cardiff (UK); author of one children's book: Tennessee Tiger (1996); and one short story, "In The Shed" (1986); Looking forward to seeing all of you--whenever the hurricanes will by-pass Ft. Walton Beach.

Entry of Oct 12, 2004 at 02:42 [EST]
From: John EKlof -

Comments about the web site: Thanks Mac - great site. John Eklof

Entry of Oct 21, 2004 at 19:16 [EST]
From: Jerry D. Green -

Comments about the web site: served with CCT Jan 67 thru Feb 71, VietNam jan67-oct67, Ger. det 1, 5th AP, nov 67 jun 70, 60th AP, Travis jun 70-feb71. Retired jun 88 w 30 as CMSgt

Entry of Oct 29, 2004 at 11:08 [EST]
From: T.C. Rogers -

Comments about the web site: Known Walt Willis for years and he finally told me to come to the site. It's awesome, brings back a lot of memories and good beer drinking bar recking days. Keep up the good work. Police Detective California.

Entry of Nov 01, 2004 at 21:33 [EST]
From: Glen Samdal -

Comments about the web site: My father Gary Samdal served in the 8th Aerial Port Squadron Combat Control team. If anyone has any photos of this group I would love to see them!

Entry of Nov 03, 2004 at 20:32 [EST]
From: Clarence T Montgomery (Monty) -

Comments about the web site: CCT `1983~1999 Doing Great! AIC employee at Pope! I like the site, brings back a lot of memories!

Entry of Nov 05, 2004 at 22:35 [EST]
From: Darren Johnson -

Comments about the web site: 21 STS 1997-2000. First time to the site. Although I don't know many who have posted, it is fun to pick out a few that I do recognize (Venturella, Fayhe, Montgomery, Ibera). Thanks for all the pictures - I have many that I plan on posting in the future. Please add me to your address list. -Darren

Entry of Nov 07, 2004 at 23:49 [EST]
From: Patrick J. Elko -

Comments about the web site: Great site!!! Even though a lot of your site is from a different CCT generation than me, it's amazing the memories it brings back!!! Just goes to show all CCTers must come from the same mold. Rock on!!! Pat Elko "EO"

Entry of Nov 09, 2004 at 04:51 [EST]

Comments about the web site: Mac, How the hell are you doing? Let’s plan an ice fishing trip for this winter before you go to the Caribbean. Johnell needs to educate you on the finer factors of the sport. Winter Bass are better smoked than fried. Must be the temperature of the water that changes the meat. Let us know when you want to smoke some Nebraska Bass. Floyd and Johnell PS: If you don't respond she won't "signz the damn book" We Love You and Jill.

Entry of Nov 14, 2004 at 22:47 [EST]
From: Robert E. Barinowski, Jr. -

Comments about the web site: CCT Assignments, Hunter AFB, GA., 1710 Aerial Port Sq. Wiesbaden,Germany Det. 1 ,5th Aerial Port Sq. Vietnam 8th Aerial Port Sq. 3rd. Aerial Port Sq. Pope AFB, Pentagon. Stayed in Wash. DC area for 6 years and moved to Banner Elk, NC 1978. Grow Christmas trees(20,000 in the ground), own rental property, do some preaching, 4 kids, 7 grandkids, same great wife for 42 years. A blessed man, thanks Lord.

Entry of Dec 12, 2004 at 14:59 [EST]
From: Jim Justice Jr. -

Comments about the web site: I guess I have to sign the guest book to get back in Mac's good graces. Mac, will you please put me back on your mailing list if I send you a picture of the old Forbes team from around 1967? Actually I tried to send it to you and the CCT web site a while back but as yet I have not seen it posted. I talked to K.B, Duncan a while back, shocked the hell out of me. I had been trying to find him for years with no luck. One night the phone rang and my wife asked me who was K. B. Duncan, and did I want to talk to him? I instantly had several TDY flashbacks and grabbed a beer amd the phone at the same time. Damned good to talk to to him. I hope we can visit in person soon. Anyone know where John Gabriel or James Penticoff are located? Mac, keep up the great work and thanks! Justice

Entry of Dec 13, 2004 at 09:18 [EST]
From: Roxanne Velasco -

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Entry of Dec 17, 2004 at 22:31 [EST]
From: Kyle Stanbro -

Comments about the web site: Mac, thanks for helping us remember those that made it all possable. FIRST THERE

Entry of Dec 25, 2004 at 01:52 [EST]
From: Deborah Merkerson -

Comments about the web site: I stumbled onto your website when researching the web for news of the NCANG returning home from Iraq. It is now in the early hours of Christmas Day, 2004, and I am writing from my home in the Outer Banks of NC. My fiance has been serving with the Army NG as a combat infantry soldier in an area between Baquaba and Baghdad this year. He should be leaving Iraq sometime today to fly to Kuwait, then on to Fayetteville, NC (Pope AF Base/ Ft. Bragg Army Base) about 36 hours later. I shall see him sometime between Tuesday and Wednesday. ("More information to be forthcoming" is what Guard HQ has recorded for anxious listeners like myself! I could not help but look up your site because he is also a Sgt Mac and at one time owned three bars locally. When he left the Marine Corps after thirteen years, he tried his hand at bar keeping but I suspect he was drinking up the profits. He got into the DOT and joined the Army NG. He's been with them for twelve years. He served nearly a year in Bosnia; our company was the only one to do so. He almost never drinks, just a little factoid. He is just young enough to have missed out on Viet Nam. I am just old enough that I didn't. I wasn't military. My father died as a result of service in the US Navy when I was twelve and I figured I had given up enough for my country at that point. I still had a lot of growing up to do. That's about the summation of it. I want to thank those of you who have served in the military. I take every opportunity to thank those who are and those who have. I get a lot of chances. I live between the largest Marine base in the world (Camp Lejuene) and Cherry Point. For those of you who are military and read this, would you tell your families that this woman on the net said to say "Thank you" to them also. Only someone who has grown up military, especially with a widow, knows the sacrifices that these families make. God Bless each of you! Merry Christmas! Deborah