Martin WB-57F 'Night Intruder'
| Ron M|
| Hello Gen Moler.Wow what a surpirseto see your name.Was a jet mech-64-5-65 wen to the Philliphines.Glad to see your name would like to here more |
02/28/2013 @ 04:13 [ref: 67622]
| Anthony G. Sanchez|
Central Colorado, CO
| I've posted a couple of times over the last couple of years, sharing some of my experiences with living in Albuquerque during the late '60's- early 70's. My dad worked at Sandia Labs and was involved with designing some of the sensors carried by the WB-57F while it was at Kirtland.
I've seen some of the amazing models posted here of the F and have contacted the suppliers of these models and wOW, they can run into the low thousands to have a larger one built.
I've built model airplanes from plastic for nearly 50 years and just recently started building from card and paper stock.
No card model of the WB-57F existed, so I contacted a designer and had him design a 1:48 paper kit. It has a 30 inch wingspan and it can be bought in kit form from ecardmodels.com .
I've posted 3 pictures of my finished model and am in the process of building another. Direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony G. Sanchez
11/28/2012 @ 14:24 [ref: 67362]
| BOB MOELLER|
| Greetings to all who were with the 58th. Would love to hear from any of you--Bob |
09/22/2012 @ 13:12 [ref: 67246]
| Jack Gilbert|
Rio Rancho, NM
| While working in Afghanistan as a defense contractor, I was traveling in a passenger aircraft that landed at Kandahar Air Field in November of 2010. While taxiing to our parking spot, we passed a NASA-marked WB-57 on the ramp. Didn't have a chance to photograph it, though! |
06/27/2011 @ 12:33 [ref: 39800]
| Ron Markley|
| For Mikre Breslin Hi Mike I was a jet eng mech 64-65 woth the 58th Col. Moller is still around? Great news I would be interested in the photos and looking at more info What is the web site ? I know the 58th was the best so let me know Thanks |
06/04/2011 @ 06:41 [ref: 39183]
| Emmet Cook|
San Antonio, TX
| Hey Joe Devenport: I remember you. We were both in
F Flight at the same time. I am in touch with Gary Christian (Eng Shop) and Pat Horton (C Flt). Also Chief Denis Davis. There maybe a reunion in Houston by the end of the year.
Would like to hear from you. email@example.com
Emmet E Cook
San Antonio, Tx
05/13/2011 @ 10:09 [ref: 37997]
| John Penz|
| Hey F Troopers! I was Life Support Superintendent from Oct 1964-Sep 1973. The best self contained Squadron in the Air Force.
I am currently negotiating a second printing of the 58WRSq History book from 1974. This is strictly a non-profit venture on my part. Cost of books depends upon quantity ordered. The book will be a soft cover unless I can get a decent bid on a hard cover. Prices quoted thus far for all 96 pages and color images, spiral bound are: 50 books are $18.40 each, 75 books are $15.60 each and 100 books are $14.02 each. S&H is not included. The more books ordered the cheaper they get.
Any one interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will reply to all and keep apprised of situation. No money before final order.
John Penz, CMSgt ret
Long Live La Noche`
05/01/2011 @ 18:46 [ref: 37633]
| Mike Breslin|
New York City, NY
| Hi all-I was in the 1211th Test/ 58th WRS 2/62 2 2/65, Nuke Apps & Instruments.
(BTW does ANYONE remember me?!? Karate with Kennedy, always in SH*T, LOL)
Theres an Air Weather Recon Assoc with lots of info,((& Col [now Gen] Moeller's a member)
and I've got decent JPEG's of both the 1211th & 58th WRS patches. If you'd like anything, just email me.
I worked on C's, D's, E's & F's., (also at Stewart in NY with ECM. Mike
03/25/2011 @ 19:15 [ref: 37097]
| Ron M|
| Does anyone know who the guys are in the double photos?Some look familiar but as one ages names slip Thanks
Ron M jet eng mech with the 58th 64-65
03/10/2011 @ 08:47 [ref: 36595]
| Hi to everyone who was in the 58th Best sq.in the country.I was a jet Mech with the 58th in 64-66 I was trying to see if anyone remembered Col.Moller,Sgts Memmen,Sellars,Burke and 1st Shirt Gullo.Anyone know what they did with the aircraft maint. records when they scrapped the planes?and any photos of our squadron buildings or hanger.I'm trying to put together a scrap book and anything will help>thanks |
10/31/2010 @ 07:03 [ref: 32854]