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Subject:  Please post this in the personals
Date:  Sat, 17 Jun 2000
From:  "kgcislds" <kgcislds@netzero.net>

Hi!  My name is Karen and I lived at Clark from Nov. 1967 to June 1968.  I am interested in talking to anyone who was in the PI at that time, or thereabouts.  My email address is karenchase10@hotmail.com.

Subject:  Looking for Historical Data
Date:  Sun, 11 Jun 2000
From:  Tim McGee <tmcgee@ipa.net>

Dear Sirs,

        I am trying to find out some information concerning a hill that was named after my father.

My father was Raymond F. McGee, Jr. He was a 2nd Lt. of Infantry in WWII with the Americal Division.

He participated in the liberation of the Phillipine Islands. He was awarded a Bronze Star for singlehandedly 

taking out a Japanese machine gun nest and saving much if not all of the lives of his platoon. In his honor,

they named the hill after him, McGee Hill. My nephew, a postal carrier, met a man that knew of this hill and

told him that it was located just outside of Clark Airforce base where he had been stationed. I am trying to 

determine if this hill still carries his name and its precise location. Any help or leads to someone who

might know would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.


                        Tim McGee

Subject:  seeking help
Date:  Thu, 8 Jun 2000 12:47:15 -0500
From:  "kearney.net mail" <mcsam@kearney.net>

Hi John,

My name is Scott McLaughlin.  I am living in Kearney, NE and attending the Univ. of NE at Kearney.  I am a 42 yr old non-traditional student in my last year as a multimedia design student.  I am taking a summer class and am starting a project that brings me back to Clark AFB when my father was stationed there.

I attended WHS in 1972-73 as a freshman.  (My goofy picture is on pg 141 of the '73 Fledgling.)  I have elected to complete a project on Operation Homecoming for our Vietnam POW's.  I've had correspondence with Marilyn Holmlund mailto:holmlund@seamonkey.ed.asu.edu and she thought you might be able to help.

Here's my idea.  I am going to assemble an interactive multimedia piece to include images from the 1973 events at Clark.  I will use Photoshop, Flash, Director, and other tools as needed to assemble the project.  The only images that I have are pictures from my yearbook.  Marilyn has those on her website http://seamonkey.ed.asu.edu/~holmlund/, but I'm wondering if you know of anyone who would have been at Clark in 1973 that would have taken any photos.

I would return any photos sent to me, and would give full credit to the photographer(s).  In addition if anyone has any special memories of those days, I would also like to use their quotes in my presentation.

While I was there, I also worked as a Red Cross volunteer at the base hospital while the returnees were being processed.  If anyone has stories of those times, that would also help.  Actually anything would help.  I am very pressed for time, as this is only a five week class.  I will turn in the project for a grade, and then will probably fine tune it afterwards before we publish it to the web.  I have already told Marilyn that she can use it on her site.

I sure wish I could make the trip back to the PI for the reunion, it would be so much fun.  Someday I hope to make it back with my family.  I have many great memories of the islands; Baguio, Long Beach, Manila, and many other places and stories to numerous to mention.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Scott McLaughlin
webmaster UNK Athletics http://unk.edu/athletics

Subject:  Fire department photos from Clark AB
Date:  Thu, 25 May 2000
From:  Schipper Thomas MSgt PACAF CES Det 1 <Thomas.Schipper@kadena.af.mil>

        I'm Master Sgt Tom Schipper from Kadena AFB, Okinawa Japan.  I came across your site on Clark AB while researching a History of PACAF Fire Protection project.  I noticed that this site is mostly for High School Alumni from the base.  However, how many of those alumni were kids of base firefigthers?  ha ha

        I'm looking for any fire department related photos for my project.  Fire stations, vehicles, equipment and personel is what I'm looking for specifically.  Any help in getting the message out on a guestbook or something would be greatly appreciated.  I tried to sign the Guestbook was told it was no longer available.

        Thanks for your help. 

MSgt Thomas Schipper 

Thomas M. Schipper 
Unit 5184 
APO, AP 96368-5184 
Duty Phone: 632-5410 
Email: Thomas.Schipper@Kadena.af.mil 

Subject:  Personals
Date:  Fri, 19 May 2000
From:  SUE2DE@aol.com

I am looking for someone who could find a red 3 tiered capice shell lamp for me. I had one but it broke in the shipment back to the USA and havent been able to find one. 


Subject:  Documentary search
Date:  Sat, 13 May 2000
From: howlin <howlin@winfinity.com>

I was med-evaced to the Clark AFB hospital in July 1966 from Vietnam.  I’m looking for an ABC-TV documentary about a wounded soldier’s exodus from Vietnam to the U.S. via Clark Air Force Hospital, Philippines during the war.  It was called ‘To Save a Soldier” and was filmed in 1966.  It was shown on TV in the U.S. in 1966 & 1967.  Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.  Thank You, H.W. Lindsey Cpl U.S. Marines 63-67

Subject: Silver Ribbon campaign
Date: Fri, 12 May 2000
From: Tcrstrgcrd@aol.com

I am working to promote the efforts of the Silver Ribbon Campaign. I will be working soon to make a BUNCH of ribbons for anyone who will wear one. For now, I am hoping you'll find a spot somewhere to add this link on the Wagner site.  I appreciate all you do. Thanks for keeping everything going for all of us.  Wish I had time to do more playing with ya'll. Someday soon, I keep promising myself.  Someday soon.


Subject:  Adoption in 1979
Date:  Thu, 11 May 2000
From:  flatfoot@csulb.edu

Hi, My name is Carla Brooks, My family was stationed at Clark AFB in around 1979 when they adopted me, I was wondering if you could help me by giving me any information you might have regarding adoptees from PI.  I know many of my parents friends adopted children from their as well, and I was interested in finding my biological family.  If you know of any site or other information that could lessen this long search, please respond back to me at carlab22@hotmail.com

Thank you,
Carla Brooks

Subject:  Personals:
Date:  Wed, 3 May 2000
From:   mfd132@webtv.net (Green,ERNIE)

subject:Unit insignia

Looking for unit insignia/patches/pins from Clark AB.USAF & Philippine units from the 1980's.I have other AF unit patches that I can trade for.Thank you, Ernie Green - Pls e-mail me at 'mfd132@webtv.net'

Subject:  Question
Date:  Mon, 1 May 2000
From:  Slkbycntry@aol.com


My name is Linda Morton.  My family was at Clark in '72-'73.  We were there when the Vietnam P.O.W.'s came through.  Years later, we heard about a book that was made from the posters that the children made and were hung around the base.  Unfortunately, we did not pursue it at the time and have not been able to get any information since then.  Have you heard of anything like this?  I asked Marilyn from another site and she recommended you.  I would appreciate any information that you might have.

Thanks so much. 
Linda Morton

Subject:  Help needed with Amerasian research
Date:  Fri, 28 Apr 2000 18:10:53 +0800
From:  "Sharon Donson" <donson@pacific.net.ph>


My name is Sharon Donson. Although I am British and married to an American I am currently living in Manila, Philippines. I am a UK and New Zealand registered nurse and I also am the contributing health editor for Good Housekeeping magazine (Phils). 

I am researching and writing a book about the life stories of Amerasian who have American fathers and Filipina mothers.

 I want to steer clear of political/legal issues such as rights to U.S citizenship and child support etc. and concentrate entirely on how it IS and FEELS to be one of these kids (or adults) and/or a parent of one.  What is their history? How and where do they live? Are they educated... working? Do they have an identity, feel accepted? What does the future holds etc. 

If you, or anyone you know, has had this type of experience or can contribute in any way to my research, even anonymously, I’d be very grateful. I look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your time. 

 Regards, Sharon
Email donson@pacific.net.ph

Subject:  [WHS] E. Cabebes
Date:  Wed, 12 Apr 2000
From: Leslie Shamp-Beaver '76 < Phef101@aol.com>

Does anyone who has made a recent trip back to the Philippines know if the artist E. Cabebes is still alive?  I'm not sure if he was a local (Angeles City) artist or from Manila.  I am trying to replace a still life picture that he painted for our family in '72.  Thanks, Leslie Shamp-Beaver '76

Subject:  Looking for something
Date:  Wed, 29 Mar 2000
From:  "Kathleen Droskinis" <kdroskinis@mindspring.com>

What a pleasant surprise (although it should not be ... the internet is amazing) to find your site. I was looking for
something I purchased while I lived at Clark Air Base from the summer of 1986 to the summer of 1989 (my husband was one of a handful of army officers stationed there, working for a joint services organization ... his name is Jim Droskinis).

Anyhow, I volunteered at the Officers' Wives shop "The Mad Money Mart" and purchased many lovely things from there myself. However, one which I admired, but purchased while on a weekend trip to Hong Kong was Rice China. Lovely porcelain or ceramic blue and white dinnerware with either a dragon or a daisy pattern in the middle, and grains of raw rice embedded in the dinnerware.

I have searched the net in vain looking for somewhere to purchase more of this as mine are gradually becoming chipped and broken.

If you can send me any information about this product I would appreciate it. Meanwhile I will send the link for your site to my husband, now retired since last May, because we know of one friend who still lives there, but would like to track down a few more.

Thanks very much!


Subject:  Just got this--anyone who can help?
Date:  Sat, 4 Mar 2000
From:  Ben Orprecio <fly.cq081@hotmail.com>


I got your email address from a filippino wed site having to do with air transportation.  I think the site was the Clark Air Base site.  Anyway, I don't know who else to go to as I have had lots of trouble finding someone who may know anything about the helicopter industry in the Philippines.  I am hoping that you may know something or some one who may be able to help in finding out some information as I will soon have my Canadian commercial helicopter pilot's license. I am a filippino myself and hope to return home
to the Philippines to fly.cq081@hotmail.com

Thank you for your time,
Ben Orprecio

Subject: Query
Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000
From: Karen Cowe <kcoe@gateway.net>

I would like to track down a Filipina who worked for my family when we were stationed at CAB. How would one go about doing so? When Filipinos came to work on the base, did they have to go through some sort of registration/ID process?

Thank you
Isabel Montilla, '77

Subject: looking for old friends
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000
From: "William D. Chase" <Pinoycowboy@prodigy.net>

william chase from tacoma washington. looking to reunite with any folks that may have been stationed at cab during october 71 and dec 72, and again on may 74 to june 78. some of the people that i am really looking to fine are louis cates from california, bill cheznesky from new mexico i believe and any other people that may have been in the 6200 or 405 th security police squadrons. all help please . pinoycowboy@prodogy.net.   See also note below-

Subject: looking for lost friends
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000
From: "William D. Chase" <Pinoycowboy@prodigy.net>

william d chase . looking for a couple of old buddies. louis cates and bill cheznesky. these two guys where people that i was with at cab between october 71 and june 78 cates was a guy that i worked with in the law enforcement squadron and bill worked in the ar shop in the 374th working on c130 planes. bill and i where members of the car club there and both had 57 chevy cars. mine was a black sedan delievery whit flasmes and his was a brown two door belair. any information would be great or any conversation about clark at that time frame would be great bill chase at pinoycowboy@prodogy.net.   See also note above-

Subject:  Looking for a business
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000
From: Youngblood Anthony SSgt Det 1 86OG/RO <Anthony.Youngblood@CHIEVRES.USAFE.AF.MIL>


I used to go into Clark AB back in 1986 when I was stationed at Norton AFB.  There was a wood carving store that we used to get wooden airplanes from, but I don't recall the name of the place.

I was hoping you might have a couple of contacts over there that you can put me in touch with to purchase some airplanes from.

Any help that you can give me would be very much appreciated.

Thank you

Tony Youngblood

Subject: DoDDS Graduates
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000
From: "Debiec, Deborah" <Deborah_Debiec@eu.odedodea.edu>


The Heidelberg District has created a "DoDEA Wall of Fame" for all DoDDS/DDESS graduates.  This wall celebrates all our graduates' successes.  Would it be possible to "post" this message on your web site?  We invite graduates to send us an 8X10 color photo with their name, their school, year of graduation, and their current job title/position to: 

Superintendent of Schools
DoDDS Heidelberg District
Unit 29237
APO AE  09102

Thank you.
Deborah Debiec

Subject: <no subject>
Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 14:30:07 -0600
From: Tony Albano <talbano@austin.rr.com>

tony albano class of 74 here thought ya might get a kick outta this...I own company called just in time promotions-----me on the left in photo and mitch touchstone doin a promo for soon to be pres bush.  are in the process of doing a guiness world record flag jump like this except involving 23 skydivers with a 5ft by 40 ft flag falling 120mph. the learning channel "adrenaline Rush Hour and fox tv guiness show have shown interest and  this should happen in a month or two....Still looking for a sponsor. we will put thier name on flag----eg national exposure/tv/news/guiness book.  thought maybe someone on whoa might know or want to sponsor this......total cost $15,000 this will put your logo/name on this flag.......call or email with any questions..........

Blue Skies
God Bless
Tony Albano/owner just in time promotions 512-335-3263

Subject: Personals Posting
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2000
From: "Rachelle" <txsrze@texas.net>

    I came across your web site today.  I was stationed with my ex-husband in the Philippines from 1989-1991.  I lived on 74th street across from Chambers Hall.  I had a wonderful housegirl whom I maintained contact with until about 18 months ago.
    I am trying to locate her again.  I know that she worked at the 'renewed Chambers Hall"  I think it is "Mamosa Golf Club"  (not sure).  Her name is Cathy Geronimo and she should be about 31 years old now.   She was a cleaning attendant the last time I spoke with her.  She has family at Lit's Grocery in Manila, and family in Angeles. 
    Cathy was \ is a very dear friend and person.  We were like 'mana's'  Please, if someone at CAB would visit Mamosa and ask around for her, and e-mail me, or have her e-mail me, I would deeply appreciate it.  My e-mail is   txsrze@texas.net    (The address is case sensitive). My name is Rhoda Coulson - Johnston.  She knows me as Coulson.

Deepest appreciation......

Subject:  HELP
Date:  Fri, 28 Jan 2000
From:  Quinn Eric TSgt 4 FW/SEG <eric.quinn@seymourjohnson.af.mil>

Looking for information for possible Amerasian children who where left behind unknowingly at Clark A.B. 1987,89.

Eric Quinn 

Subject: Fort William McKinley information and photo
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000
From:  Linda Singer <lsinger@uswest.net>

Linda Singer wrote:

My uncle was shot down and missing in action in WWII.  I am told that there is a memorial at Fort William Mckinley, Manila, The Philippines that commemorates those individuals who were killed, or missing in action.

I would greatly appreciate any information that anyone could give me regarding this memorial, and perhaps where I could get a photo of it, or who I could contact for this information.

Thanks in advance,
Linda Singer

Subject: Looking for a Doctor
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2000
From: Ms. Marline Yap <yapmarline@hotmail.com>

Seeking to contact USAF doctor assigned to 13AF Regional Medical Center/Clark AB Hospital in 1988 timeframe.  Doctor was of Indian (India) descent.  Please contact Ms. Marline Yap at yapmarline@hotmail.com .

Thank you very much,
Marline Yap

1999 Personals
Subject:  Friends
Date:  Fri, 19 Nov 1999
From:  "Roger Lamb" <Mom1.Dad1@worldnet.att.net>

Hi, We are looking for some friends of ours that we heard are in Spain , he is in Air force and  SP  wiht 2 girls a lovely wife . Cheri Heywood  and his name is Chalres (Scotter) Heywood , We have no idea how long they might have been there but we would like to get incontact with them .. Sharon & Rogr Lamb

463rd TFW Patch
 Chris Knutson <knutsonsc@surf1.de>

I'm looking for a 463rd TFW patch to round out a shadow box I'm putting together for my dad.  He was stationed at Clark AB, '69-'71.  If anyone can help out that would be great.

Chris Knutson
Ramstein AB, Germany



I found your great site. I was at CLARK AB Jan 67 thru Jul 68, tdy to nam radar installation at Dong Ha.  I am trying to locate a 5th TAC squardron cap. It was a black basesball cap  with the Roadrunner and Willey on it with BEEP BEEP YOUR AZZ on the back,if memeory serves.
Air Force insignias are difficult to locate, can you help?  THANK YOU
PETER PARENTI (US 12721549 )


Looking for.......
Meriel E Carter <rpusa@juno.com>

I am looking for anyone who was assigned to the 374th FMS, CAB, 74-76 time frame and anyone who was with the 374th FMS, 3rd AGS, CAB, 87-91 time frame or any of the GIs that went to the  Assy. of God Church outside of Clarkview Gate...

If you are or know of anyone that meets that criteria, please email me at rpusa@juno.com  [Jon (Wayne) & Meriel Carter]

Thanks for your time, efforts and desire to keep CAB alive.........Keep up the Good Work!!!!!

Jon (Wayne) Carter, Tsgt, USAF, Retired
(727) 849-4380


Retrieve Greg
PERILLEUX Benedicte <Benedicte.PERILLEUX@forem.be>

Hi, my name is Bénédicte, i'm living in Belgium Europ and I would like to retrieve Greg Coleman. He was in Belgium in 1987, in the AFB Florennes.
Could you help me ?
Bénédicte Belgium.


information - 581st arc wing
 "Livingston, Ed" <ed@coshocton.com>

trying to find out information about 581st arc wing stationed at clark from 1952 thru 1954, can anyone there help me?


Wanted:  Aerial Photo map of CAB
John Schlosser <john@sgsi.com>

Clark AFB fan and map aficionado is looking for a fairly recent aerial photo of the base (now Special Economic Zone).  Prefer a "straight-down" view, such as an "ortho photo" but anything will be considered.  I need something that is detailed
enough that we can see the positions of streets.  Don't have one?  Can you suggest someone to contact?  USAF?  Pinatubo Relief org?  SEZ agency contact? NIMA?  Thank you!


Ref E-Mail from Gary Schroeder and Web Site-Clark AB Info, etc.
 Sam Snead<HSnead7935@aol.com>

I was at clark 55-56 and 60-61. Was assigned 6200th Motor Vehicle Sq lst tour and then 6925th Radio Sq Mobile second tour. Somewhere on this Site they list  3 units. I would recommend that you list the 6925th (Later 6922 Security Gp). 
I spend lots of time researching info about Clark Air Base and have found some pretty good Sites. One I would recommend that you put in as a link is:  http://members.tripod.com/~samsonr/ Cobra Den HomePage I'll also send a msg to Cobara Den and recommend your Site is included in theirs. 
Since I just started going thru the Site that Gary sent me, I haven't had time to look at it all yet. Lots of good info here. Also, can my info be put on your message board so that I might be contacted by people that might remember me from Clark? Hope so. I have other info, newspapers, etc and will copy and send to you later. The odd thing is that I was transferred to
the 5th Comm Gp in 1961 (after my marriage to a Filipino), but was sent back to 
the 6925th while I was clearing in to the 5th. A waiver was given and my Top  Secret clearance was restored. Only at 5th Comm one day. Can you believe it!!. Please contact me at hsnead7935@aol.com.  Also, all my personal info is on my Home Page (very basic) at  http://publish.hometown.aol.com/qp/qp.adp?prompt=index  SNEAD'S PAGE === AIR FORCE ALL THE WAY!!
Take care, and
Tampa, Fl


Mark Evans <freejack@cchono.com>

Hi, my name is Mark, I was a Front Desk Clerk at Chambers Hall from 89-91.  Went through Communist Attacks, Earth Quakes, Excersises of Mass proportion, Coup Attempts & martial Law, Base Closings, Volcanoes and Numerous other
Personal tragedies, I would really like to see a Documentary done on this era, if anyone has a Tape of what went on, please contact me. Also anyone who might just want to talk things through with me, hey i fully understand, zip me an e-mail, lets talk.


Locating Thomas Forest
Kim Kralj <mosswood@earthlink.net>

I am trying to locate Thomas Forest who was stationed at Clark Air Base, Pampanga, Philippines in 1958. He is a friend of mine's father.  If anyone has any information please let me know. Or if anyone remembers Ralph and Betty Johnson. Thank You, Lulu


Subject:  donations
Date:  Mon, 01 Nov 1999
From:  Catherine Forren <superk@datelnet.net>

I am thinking of writing a letter to WHOA asking for old clothes or used toys to be donated to an orphanage located in the subdivision where I live. It houses mostly unwed mothers and abused women and abandoned kids from infants to teeners more than 30 people in the home. It is called DUYAN NI MARIA ( crib of Mama Mary) and it is run by a nun.
Thanks again,
cathy Forren 76

Date:  Mon, 23 Aug 1999
From:  DANNY THEOBALD '66    GeorgeGagne@msn.com 

i would love to talk by phone to anyone who was at clark on the last days of her life..i have many questions about what happened that day and afterwards...pls call me at (407) 260-5847..(orlando, fl) please feel free to call collect anytime... thanks

danny '66

David Redman <Classic770@yahoo.com>
Would like to have contact with former AFRTS/PIO personnel who served at Clark.

David Redman


steve johnson <empire@positiveplumbing.com>

Im Steve Johnson  Im looking for a Ricahrad Christianson who serveed at Clark from 1963 to 1965, if you have any information or a way to find him it would be helpful.
Thanks steve Johnson
email sj@positiveplumbing.com


Boy Scouts of America items

Bob Cylkowski<BALUGA538@aol.com>

Desperately seeking Boy Scouts of America items from those who were Scouts in the Philippines from the 1930's to the 1960's.  I will offer $500 for the Baluga 538 OA Lodge flap.  I am also interested in items from the Manila Council, Clark Air Base Council, Camp Boton, Camp Apache, and the Bataan Death March memorial events.


1st Mob

Hi guys, I am looking for general information on the 1st Mob circia 64-65,(1st Mobil Communications Group (AFCS)  I was based there and spent most of my time TDY in Thailand and Nam. attached to groups like Det 5 1964th com gp
Curious about the orginization and what became of  it..
Bob Taylor<Bob320i@aol.com>


Searching for Military Personnel


I am searching for all former personnel that were assigned to the 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing or Group from 1952 until 1954.  We are planning a Reunion at the USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio in September 2000.  The 581st Ait Resupply and Communications Wing as well as the 581st Air Resupply Group was stationed at Clark AB.  The Wing arrived at Clark in 1952 and was reduced in strength in 1953 becoming a Group at that time.  In 1954, the Group moved to Kadina AB.

Please contact me at: cbernhardt@snet.net

Carl H. Bernhardt
Air Resupply and Communications Association


Pampanga Promenaders

Ernie Conner<oldern@prodigy.net>

Enjoyed the Clark AB and Wagner site very much.  Would love to make contact with anyone who were members of the Pamanga Promenaders
Square Dance Club at Clark AB between 1972 and 1973.  Many pleasant memories.

Ernie Conner, President of Club 1973.  MSgt USAF retired.


Searching for my husbands father

No name given Paige3798@aol.com

I am hoping that you may be of assistance to me.  I am searching for my husbands father.  According to the air force locator, his last know base was Clark.  His name is Stephen Ziegler, and was a Staff Sergeant. I dont know when he was stationed.  If you know any information about this man, please contact me at Paige3798@aol.com.
I really appreciate your help.


"Operation Baby Lift"

"Lynn My Hang"<AngelFIRE5@aol.com >

On April 1975 I was involve in the Babylift. But I do not remember much about it. I was born in Vietnam and was brought over on the babylift. I just wanted as much information as i can . Because till this day i still don't know why i was brought to the US if i was not orphan in Vietnam. Right now i have an empty piece in my heart because i don't anything about my heritage, lanuage, or anything . I think i owe it that much to my mother in Vietnam to at least learn why i was brought to the US. Thank you. Lynn Vietnamese name is My Hang


Subic Bay Children's Home

"Dear Clark Alumnus/Alumni's:

I represent Pastor Teddy Fulfer, who runs the Subic Bay Children's Home in Olongapo. This is a home for street children who were abandoned by their mothers. Many of these children were fathered by GI's while stationed at either Subic Bay or Clark, since Olongapo had the reputation for being the place to go for an evening with a local girl.

I urge you to logon to Pastor Fulfer's web site, address: http://members.AOL.com/TFulfer/SBCHome.html for more information, as well as past/present photos.

Thank you for your time. Jim Thompson <TFulfer@AOL.COM> (Travis AFB, 2ASF, AFSC 90250, 1974-78) 

valedictorian speech

Johnnie Terry Jr<jetjr@softcom.net>

My name is Johnnie Terry Jr, graduated from Wagner '80. I am looking for a copy of my sisters valedictorian speech that she made at Yokota AFB, '82. Even tho she graduated at Yokota AFB, Japan, she actually graduated from Wagner High. My sisters name is Shyama Terry & she spent all 3 years at Wagner High & the last year at Yokota High. Can anybody help me locate this tape.




Manufacture of the vaccine

Mike States '58<mstates@erols.com>

I'm Mike States '58 trying to make contact with anyone who was at Clark in the time period near 26 April 1955.
Nancy Payne was a young child that received a Salk Polio vaccine inoculation on that day as did I and my brother Roger States '59. Nancy also got polio from that vaccination. She still suffers from progression of the disease today. The National Vaccine Compensation Program may possibly provide her with assistance for future medical expenses beyond what insurance pays. The stumbling block at this time to receiving qualification, is Nancy does not have documentation as to who the Manufacture of the vaccine was (such as a Shot Record or other medical proof of the manufacturer). Nancy has been documenting the whole case for seven years and now needs this assistance which could put her in line for qualification.
Would anyone with any information about this inoculation or names of anyone who could shed any light on it, please email me and I will pass it on to Nancy.



608th Communications Sqdn

Gerald E Schroeder<g.schroeder_uscgaux@prodigy.net>

I did not attend Wagner, however I was stationed at Clark two different times. The last time was from late 1959 until late 1961. I was attached to the 608th Communications Sqdn., part of the 5th Communications and Control Group which was located next to the School. I have a picture of a Miss Ann Adrian who won the "Miss stadium Stomp" title in conjunction with the Clark-wide AFA Falcon Stadium fund campaign, This picture is from the base paper "Philippines Flyer". Members of my Group are shown congradulating her. I would be happy to send you a copy if you would like it and also send her a copy if she is one of your members that you have contact with.
Also I am looking for any information on any members of the Group or Sqdn mentioned above. I am trying to locate some of the members I served with. I have great memories of Clark.
One other thing that you may or may not be able to help me with - As an old Air Force Brat myself I attended the American School located on Bushy Park Air Force Base in England from 1953 to 1955. If any of your members were at that school, or know of anyone that attended that school during those years, I would be very interested in hearing from them. My e-mail address is: g.schroeder_uscgaux@prodigy.net.
Thanks for any help that you can give me

G. E. "Gary" Schroeder


Clark AFB Aqua Falcons Scuba Diving Club

Richard (Wilkie) Coffman<coffamily@aol.com>

Anyone was a member of the Clark AFB Aqua Falcons Scuba Diving Club. Would like to share the great dive experiences of the deep blue waters of the PI.


Korean DMZ in 1974

Mike Ward '70 <mikeward@sprintmail.com>

Looking for the Wagnerite who was on the Korean DMZ in 1974 and picked up a lone American GI hitchiking back to his post on the line. This person worked with psy ops and mentioned sending fixed transistor radios by baloon, into N. Korea. The meeting was special because there were very few Americans in that sector and none would have been hitchhiking. (I had carried our injured dog down to an aid station). The lush vegetation had brought on the resemblance to the P.I. What would be the odds of two wagnerites meeting out there? I would like to tell him how that ride saved my butt in many ways.


Baluga Lodge #538 (Order of the Arrow)

Bob Cylkowski <baluga538@aol.com>

Looking for anyone who was involved in Scouting while in the Philippines. Desperately searching for anyone who was in the Baluga Lodge #538 (Order of the Arrow) and Clark Air Base Council in the 1959-65 time period. I am looking for information and memorabilia from that era.


old buddies

W. R. Kitson<twin@datasync.com>

This may be unorthodox but I am attempting to renew old military aquaintances from Clark AB. I was the NCO club manager 74-77, and my daughter attended Wagner (Bridget Kitson , now B. K. Kimura, Major, USA) and I'm attempting to contact the parents of the students. If you could assist in this endeavor I would appreciate same. I am now retired and would enjoy communicating with old buddies. Thanks for everything, whether or not you can assist me, Thanks and good luck to you in all of your endeavors. God Bless. W. R."Kit" Kitson


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