by Phil Rowe
I joined the Strategic Air Command (SAC) in the late 1950's as a B-52 crew member. We checked out in the then-new StratoFortress at Castle AFB, California, and then went to Fairchild AFB, Washington to be part of the 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing(H).
The 92nd's last B-36 left and its first B-52 arrived when I did. My experiences in that huge airplane were interesting and often unusual. Here are some story choices for you. Enjoy!