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Message Number: 1170 - Thu, Feb 2, 2023 14:09:39
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Name:  David Yehl
Current Location:  Orrville, Ohio
PAS Tour Dates:  5/1963-9/1964
Unit or Duty Section:  operations
AFSC:  20250

Glad to find this site thanks to Daun Yeagley.

Message Number: 1169 - Sat, Jan 21, 2023 08:53:39
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Name:  Andy Austin
Current Location:  Miami, FL
PAS Tour Dates:  Dec. 1961 - Feb. 1963
Unit or Duty Section:  Bandits - ELINT
AFSC:  292X0 changed to 294X0

Happy News Years, again. A still kick'n old retired engineer! Hope all is well with all of you.

Message Number: 1168 - Thu, Jan 19, 2023 07:06:38
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Name:  Jack Mosca
Current Location:  caliland
PAS Tour Dates:  65 - 67
Unit or Duty Section:  Chaplain
AFSC:  70150C

Happy New Year - It's close to 1 year since my last posting: NOBODY DID IT BETTER THAN ME! - I popped a HYMAN in the Dean's hotel and then got laid in the barracks by a beautiful English girl. I also got to Europe for two weeks on a 3 day religious retreat in Berchesgarten Germany.

Message Number: 1167 - Fri, Dec 9, 2022 05:02:30
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Name:  Joel Johnson
Current Location:  Lincoln, Nebraska
PAS Tour Dates:  Aug 62 to Oct 63
Unit or Duty Section:  usafss 6937th

I was in Peshawar from Aug 1962- oct 1963 and still remember the morse code. Maybe not to old yet.

Happy Holidays!!!!!

Joel Johnson

Lincoln, Nebraska

Message Number: 1166 - Fri, Nov 18, 2022 18:39:34
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Name:  Paul Hill
Current Location:  Dallas tx
PAS Tour Dates:  03/68-08/69
Unit or Duty Section:  Spinstra
AFSC:  99125

I seved there for 15 months in 68-69. I travelled all over Pakistan including Swat and Gilgit. I learned to barter very well in old city , rode in a really good tonga owned by "john" who let me drive it thru those hairy streets all the time. Loved curried chicken and nan bread and rice. Still have shishum wood camels and brassware from there. Saw a Russian black bomber scrape the treetops on the base on a photorecon thru Afghanistan, I suppose. The pilot waved at me and I stood there in shock. Had a tribesman wave his riffle at me in Peshawar market place while taking his photo from the tonga at "Johns" urging. He laffed at the tribesman and whipped the horse to speed out of there. Swat and Gilgit were unbelievable beauty. Rode a jeep thru Gilgit on a dangerous Mountain jeep road that dropped thousands of feet stright down. Went up to Lake Phander. Have hundreds of photos of all this. Worked for Spinstra not USAFSS.

Message Number: 1165 - Thu, Nov 17, 2022 21:56:02
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Name:  Paul Andreasen
Current Location:  Lompoc CA
PAS Tour Dates:  Nov 1966 to Aug 1967
Unit or Duty Section:  Ground Radio Maintenance
AFSC:  30454

NOT my favorite assignment but definately one of the more interesting! he "Spy Capital" of the World back then!

Message Number: 1164 - Sun, Oct 30, 2022 17:29:08
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Name:  Albert Stewart
Current Location:  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
PAS Tour Dates:  1962-1963?
Unit or Duty Section:  EIO
AFSC:  176341288?

l will look for pictures and send them l have some I just take a few days to find them

is there anyone who I could talk to


Message Number: 1163 - Fri, Sep 9, 2022 06:38:05
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Name:  Khalid Rahim
Current Location:  Islamabad Pakistan

My hometown is Peshawar I was student of Islamia college Peshawar in 1960-63. Before the Swimming Pool was constructed families from Badaber came on weekends to swim in Peshawar Club. It was here that I met Col Julius Spooner and family. My late father was Maj Gen serving in East Pakistan now Bangladesh in 1960-61. I was invited for lunch and told I could catch the base bus from Deans hotel. The swimming pool was under constrction, tried my hand with bowling and stumbled at 17 felt very sheepish.Susan Spooner the Col pretty daughter encouraged me to bowl again and be steady I did get a few pins. I remember all visitors to PAF base Peshawar was closed from April 26 and as member of Shaheen Air Scouts couldn't fly the Gliders till after May 5, 1960. Today at 79 I have to explain to others born in late 70s and later the U-2 didn't take off from Badaber and it's not a bomber but a high altitude recconaisance plane that can glide silently to pick and transmit soundwaves. I wish all members and their families ''Stay Safe and Blessed.''

Best Regards



Message Number: 1162 - Fri, Jul 15, 2022 18:37:54
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Name:  Arthur H Anderson Jr

My father, Captain Arthur H. Anderson at the time, was stationed at Peshawar from'61 to '64. I was just a small boy at the time, but I can still remember the base, and the locals who helped around our house (Sadan). My Dad retired in 1978 as an O-5 and passed away in Jan 2020 at 91 YOA. I also served 20 years in the Air Force, retiring as an O-5 in 2002.

Message Number: 1161 - Tue, Jun 14, 2022 16:57:20
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Name:  Kenneth Payne
Current Location:  Wake Forest, NC
PAS Tour Dates:  1961-62 also 1967
Unit or Duty Section:  Dog flight, and CBPO
AFSC:  20250 and 73250

I was assigned to Peshawar TWICE, but my second tour was cut short. Thanks to being accepted to the Airman, Education, and Commissioning Program (AECP), my second tour was only about six months long.