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Author Topic: Where did the Cal Techs come from...  (Read 27804 times)

Offline NetMaster

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Re: Where did the Cal Techs come from...
« Reply #45 on: 08-09-2013 -- 15:08:36 »
Navy:
"A" school in Pensacola in '92
MIRCS onboard Frank Cable
Advanced Phys-D at Keesler AFB in 95
MIRCS onboard LY Spear
Advanced Phys-D instructor 96-2002 (last Navy IM)
NASA - Stennis Space Center 2003-present

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Re: Where did the Cal Techs come from...
« Reply #46 on: 08-09-2013 -- 16:52:33 »
Hey NetMaster you know John Greulich?
Douglas J. Baird, USN(ret),

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Re: Where did the Cal Techs come from...
« Reply #47 on: 08-12-2013 -- 17:52:10 »
The name rings a bell - about it.

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Re: Where did the Cal Techs come from...
« Reply #48 on: 08-12-2013 -- 18:28:05 »
He ran the MIRCS Lab at SIMA(NMRF) Ingleside, TX from 92 to 95 or so.
Douglas J. Baird, USN(ret),

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Re: Where did the Cal Techs come from...
« Reply #49 on: 08-12-2013 -- 18:39:32 »
Lowry AFB, 1961. (Just one old soul.)
Wow I bet the base was new back then???

No, still old at that time. We did stay in brick barracks on Lowry 1.

I realized after I posted this answer that I was at Lowry 2 in 1955 when I was out of Basic Training to attend Electronic Basics and Gun Turret training. We were in two story barracks with coal stoked furnaces. It was old then!

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Re: Where did the Cal Techs come from...
« Reply #50 on: 08-14-2013 -- 14:38:48 »
I'm from Aberdeen 1973. My first job was at Schwanheim, Germany.  The equipment was moved there from VERDUN, FRANCE. Google U.S. ARMY VERDUN, FRANCE 1952 1967
old guest register: Name:Kenneth E Benell
E-mail: kbenell@juno.com
Comments: Looking to contact members of the US Army Calibration Detachment serving 1962-1964 in Verdun France.

 

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