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12/30/2011 @ 09:44 [ref: 31861]
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07/26/2011 @ 23:08 [ref: 20264]
| Joe Schrage|
Just saw a list of the airplanes on display at Kelly. F-15A 76-0108 is listed there. I'm just curious if it is still there. I was the Crew Chief of that aircraft when it was assigned to the 27th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Langley. Would anybody know how I could find pictures of it.
06/23/2011 @ 05:32 [ref: 17943]
| jonathan coln|
HI everyone just found some photos of my grandpa from the february class of 1933..
it would be great if we could post pictures.. the people in it are:
capt. Maitland, capt. mallory, lieut Flock, lieut Boyd, lt Truly, cdt arnold,cdt backus, cdt barkley,cdt Coln (my grandfather)cdt erickson, cdt goodbar, cdt gray, cdt hooton, cdt root, cdt schaerdel, cdt schmid, cdt sherman, cdt strickland, cdt wild.. drop me an email if anyone wants a scan of it.
12/23/2010 @ 14:04 [ref: 12059]
| Jeff West|
I have two Graduation class photo's. One is the class of June 30, 1933 at Kelly Field, TX.
The other photo is of the class of July 1932 at Randolph Field, TX. Any info. on these photo's would help me. Thank You.
07/13/2010 @ 08:28 [ref: 9664]
| Dennis Cole|
I am looking for pictures from Kelly field in 1917 and 1918. I am gatehring information and images associated with Lt Melvin B Asp, he was a student pilot at Kelly Field and after graduation, was retained as an Instructor Pilot. I have posted many pictures ffom the 1920s from my grandfathers picture album on webshots.com A great place to share images. Anyone looking for old military accident rteports should contact Craig Fuller of Aviation Archeology Investigation and Research. He has provided me with several copies of accident reports, one was from Melvin Asp at Kelly Field. If you ahve any pictures of Kelly Field in 1917 and 1918, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
05/06/2010 @ 08:41 [ref: 9347]
| john schindler|
dripping springs, Texas
to holly steward i have pic of riders from kelly field check kelly field yahoo group
08/04/2009 @ 18:36 [ref: 8835]
| Gene Cassman|
West Lafayette, Indiana
In 1962-65 in a park that sat on base between Kelly and Lackland, there was a YF-102. tail number 53-1797. Any idea what happened to it?
07/22/2009 @ 16:06 [ref: 8831]
New York, NY, New York
There used to be a jet fighter, either an F-105 or F-104 on display in Cibolo, or Schertz., just north of Seguin Road and just east of RAFB. Used to drive under the railroad bridge and up and around a corner to a park where she sat on a pad. Does anyone know what happened to her?
This would have been mid to late 1970's.
06/24/2009 @ 11:04 [ref: 8806]
| Joseph Smith|
On 04/01/1919 at Kelly Field, one photo (plane only) identified as 2nd Lt. Walter Byrne and Cadet Parker Buck, casualties on field. Byrne went to Presidio-San Francisco Natl Cem in CA and Buck went to Syracuse NY. Dates of photos now thought to be earlier.
04/30/2009 @ 12:11 [ref: 8787]