I am now in Australia, and have been since May 1957. Chris Errey I was SAC George Vernon 4115478 stationed deep in the woods at an old Luftwaffe station in the village of Hambuhren in Germany. but too much water has passed under the bridge since our pass-out parade in December 1962.
We were a listening station during the cold war in 1952/3 listening to Russian language and morse. I have even lost all my training notes and more important, our entry journal, to an attack of woolly bugs whilst stationed at Changi, Singapore in 1964 to 67.
Ian Burrell Hi I'm looking for my first love, Charles Feringer who was at Mildenhall in the 1970s. I wonder is anyone out there recognises themselves or relatives. Any information about him or his son Ian Phillip Howard. Kind Regards, Marian Smith I am looking to contact my father Clifford Moss or anyone who may have known him. At the time His family came from Lancashire- possibly the Preston area. Many thanks Maggie Pettit I am trying to contact Barry Paxton who was a RAF Technician in Malaysia, Singapore, or Hong Kong in the mid 1960's .
Please email me with your name, telephone number, background info on yourself and time details of the time spent at whichever American air base you were stationed in. I'm looking for any information about LAC Herbert Norman, he was based at RAF Scampton in 1954 working as a clerk in the stores I believe.
Pls contact Pearl Rogers ( X Biggin Hill P Dickson ) Via Face Book, Melbourne Australia or 61 359772184 I would like any information on Cpl WRAF Florence Mary (Terry) Nettel who served with me in Gibraltar 1964/1966 She was an AATC at the time and was I believe posted to Little Rissington after Gibraltar.
Gerry Kite John Patrick Smith My late husband courted me by airmail from Winnipeg in 1952 we married in 1956 when he was a Flying Officer at Marham Norfolk.
I would like to find three speakers to contribute to this episode.
The casting I am aiming for is American who came over British person directly involved in the base Bystander affected by bases arriving Each would talk about the social aspects of a large number of Americans turning up in a small English community, and then go on to talk about the impact of one of the near nuclear misses.