Fighter Pilot University has a group photo of the 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron (Satan’s Angels) taken in 1966. The picture includes the following 35th Tactical Fighter Squadron guys: Joe Lee Burns, Joe Moran and Charlie Cox. George Lippemeier (80th TFS) is mentioned on the page, but not named in the photo.
2012-02-06T07:08:05-07:00By Richard Keyt|5 Comments
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Rick Keyt has practiced law in Arizona since 1980. He flew the F-4 Phantom for five years in the United States Air Force, including combat missions over South Vietnam, North Vietnam and Laos in 1972. For more about Rick's bio including his F-4 bio see his resume on his law website. Connect with Richard at 480-664-7478 or send him an email at [email protected].
I’m the 35 Operations Group Historian based at Misawa Japan. I have a group of committee members and we would like to use any photos you would provided for our legacy project. We would like to display them in our heritage room. You can contact me at [email protected]
I am looking for Major Robert Duncan “Bob” Jeffrey. I wore his POW bracelet his whole capture……..it was the only piece of jewelry we
were allowed to wear as an American Airlines Stewardess in those days!! I would like to contact him, but have not been able to find an address. Thank you. Ann Groves [email protected]
Sorry, but I don’t know the man. Maybe somebody who sees your comment may know about him.
Thank you so much. He was captured in1965 and returned in 1973. I understand that there was a reunion of all the Vietnam POW at the Nixon Library. I have contacted them as well. Any other ideas of how to find him….I’ve tried everything. Thanks so much.
Some years ago, a friend sent me a mimeo’d copy of “Fighter Pilot’s Song Book”. The cover has a notation in handwriting, “Macon 372B 497th TFS.
Inside, the following notation appears:
433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron
and the following names:
Sandi Wilson Cpt. Bob Bones
George Kahl Mr. & Mrs. J.A. Maher
Cpt. Bob Ashcraft Jere Mileusnich
Cpt. J.B. Stone Cpt. Bennie Wallace
Tim Wilson Lt. John B. Stone
Cpt. Chuck Kahl
If any of this information is familiar to you, please let me know and I’ll send yo the book.
Stanley J. Serxner