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11/27/2011 @ 18:10 [ref: 27873]
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07/28/2011 @ 00:20 [ref: 20434]
my name Cheyenne Offutt my dad's name is delbert offutt
10/20/2008 @ 13:19 [ref: 8475]
| Capt. Jimmy Powers|
Port Orange, Florida
I was stationed at OAFB from July 1961 until October of 1964. I was assigned to the 566th SMS in the beginning, which became the 549th SMS soon after my arrival. I have fond memories looking back, but remember how elated I was to get a 6 months early discharge. I am gratefull for the opportunities that came from being based at Offutt, namely the SAC Aero Club. I left Offutt as a Airman 2nd Class. I have retired twice from the airline industry as a Boeing 757/767 Captain. First was USAir in 1994, and my last career was at EVA Air in Taiwan after 7 years. Who would have thought? I assume many of those who I remenmber are gone now. Gen. Thomas Power, Gen. Eisenhart, Sgt. Bud Everhart, and Sgt. Thomas Westfall who was my flight Instuctor.
10/31/2007 @ 10:28 [ref: 6456]
| Mark Baker|
Grand Ledge, Michigan
Hey Bob, I'm pretty sure that I remember you. I was an LE trooper at Offutt from 1/81-1/85 (Col. Russell Suchy, CMSgt Vickory, etc.). Didn't you go OSI at some point? I think we played some pick-up basketball a time or two at the court adj. Dorm 402? I look back at my time at Offutt as some of the very best of my life. The recent situation with ACC (the old Tactical Air Command led by pussy's like Merrill McPeak) accidently loading 'Crowd-Pleasers on a Buff from Minot to Barksdale, as well as Vlad Putin demonstrating that the Old Soviet Union isn't as dead as some thought, proves that standing SAC down will prove to be a huge mistake. The only thing worse then an asshole politician is one who masqerades as a general officer. I noticed the thread by the ex S. Cal. Lieutanent-Surfer-Boy... I'm happy he got his sorry ass out and saved us from another future flag-rank pussy who never understood the real world in the first place. Putin, China, and all the rest wouldn't dare un-zip their pants if SAC and "Glass" and NEACAP and the 55th Strategic Recon Wing were still in the saddle. Oh well, it was a glorious ride while it lasted!
09/18/2007 @ 21:09 [ref: 6322]
| Mike Stormer|
Queensbury, New York
Stationed there from march of 84 to november of 87 when reenlistment time came they couldn't guarentee I was going to leave so back to NY I went!
09/05/2007 @ 18:28 [ref: 6284]
| Michael Adams|
I joined the Air Force in March, 1966. Upon completion of basic training at Lackland AFB, I was assigned to Offutt with approximately forty other Airmen to receive advanced training to become an Air Policemen. We were assigned to a barracks that was used for NCO training. Upon completion of the training, half of us were assiged to Law Enforcement Squads and the other half were assigned to Security squadrons. I enjoyed all my time at Offutt. However, I never got a chance to visit the museum. I was transfered to England in 1968.
05/22/2007 @ 14:32 [ref: 5932]
| kenneth onofrio|
i was at offut from 1953to1957 was a crew member on a c97 are any around.
02/07/2007 @ 09:18 [ref: 5599]
| W. H. Phinizy|
Fountain Valley, California
Stationed at Offutt AFB from 15 January 1969 to 20 May 1972 -- AND HATED EVERY MINUTE OF IT! Seriously, I was a young 2nd Lieutenant out of UCLA and Nebraska was so far from the ocean that it possibly warped my perspective a tad. The museum was outdoors oi those days and I distinctly remember there being a B-36 as part of the inventory.
Looking back, I was proud of my service and happy to have worked in the underground; important work in those days. Developing a war plan sure beats the skippy out of getting out payroll reports or other dreary corprate stuff.
I *do* miss Al's Bar and the 25 cent beers.
12/14/2006 @ 14:18 [ref: 5494]