| Carol Herbert|
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Would like any information concerning my Dad who flew U2s out of Del Rio in 1956-57. His name was Floyd Herbert. I believe they flew in the first squadron of U2s. His boss was Col. Jack Nole. Hope you can assist. Thank you
03/01/2014 @ 15:11 [ref: 55585]
| Rusty Henson|
The actual location for this museum is NOT at Laughlin AFB but in Del Rio, Texas. Located ot 301 S. Main Street, the contact I found is Dick Wolff at 830-775-6591.
Also, this web site does not allow State/Provinces in Mexico to display (I'm from San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato). I've rated it as 5 stars but I haven't seen it yet!
11/24/2007 @ 08:25 [ref: 6525]
| alvaro flores|
to whom it may concern:
i write this letter, because i have a problem. the company has a NORTH AMERICAN AT6 - SNJ-4 S/N:88-12619
and i need to get a tube for the tail wheel. can you help me or your maintenance department, please
11/23/2005 @ 11:00 [ref: 4609]
| Larry Ritchey|
Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts
I helped rebuild a lot of the aircraft that are now on display when I was stationed at Laughlin from 1983 to 1985. Glad to see they are still there and being taken care of.
06/30/2004 @ 10:59 [ref: 3239]
| William Butler|
Randolph AFB, Texas
Looking for information on instructor badges in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Also seeking photos of individuals wearing instructor badges for those periods.
See links to other Air Training Command sites at the follwing:
08/09/2002 @ 13:19 [ref: 2351]
| Dennis Stewart|
Do you have any video tapes for sale on the T-37? I have heard that it has a distinctive sound......I would love to see how it flys....Thanks Dennis
11/24/2001 @ 07:44 [ref: 1644]
| Walt Bauer|
Cedar Park, Tx., Texas
Just got back from their air park, seems they have changed it
since you have last been there. the static aircraft range from WWII to present.
Its really a good display, espesially the twin mustang.
06/02/2001 @ 21:21 [ref: 1160]