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Bob Grzanka on September 2, 2019 at 3:50 PM said:

I was in Wakkanai during 1966 when the ITT subcontractors were there. Was a friend of one of them, but I can't recall his name. He frequented the Club Seven and was a good friend of Terriko.
Michael Pontiakos on August 28, 2019 at 9:25 AM said:

I was a civilian contractor for ITT and was there in 1966... I still have my "Order of the Wakkanai Crab" Plaque... signed by Colonel Robert Young
Dan 65/66 on July 21, 2019 at 1:23 PM said:

Hi Gerald;
The link for donations is on the left. It is the fifteenth link down from the top. These guys do a great job maintaining the site and deserve our support. Use the "Contact Us" link to request the password for access to the Guestbook Archives. You're bound to find a few people you remember, and that remember you. Many times you will find that an email address is added to the archived messages, too. "Wakkanai Was My Home" is a great walk down memory lane. Hope you enjoy, and thanks for your service.
gerald greene on July 19, 2019 at 9:20 AM said:

I was stationed at wakkanai in 61-62 with food service. I re-member how cold is was...I got there in winter and I left in w nter! There are not to many pictures posted from this period.I was also part-time dj at fen...great fun and experience. Don't remember many of the guys there but do remember bob gianola?80 years old and the memories are not to sharpe.If anybody remembers me... give a shout out to jvgreene@aol.com.thanks...the site is great...keep it up...where can I donate money?
Nick lutz on June 12, 2019 at 1:44 AM said:

Nick lutz on June 12, 2019 at 1:44 AM said:

F. Dwayne Jenik on April 8, 2019 at 9:23 AM said:

Bob Grzanka, I came into the Air Force SAC in 1958. We were Air Police. In 59 I transferred to Ramey, Puerto Rico until 1961, then Schilling in Kansas. WE were Air Police until changed to Combat Defense, while at Schilling. In 1965 I went to Wakkanai, and we were Security Police, and stayed that way until I cross trained out of SPs in 1975. I got into hospital administration until I retired in 1978. Might have had something to do with what command you were assinged to.
Waco Wetterman (68-70) on March 30, 2019 at 11:28 AM said:

Howdy again - For anyone who may have been stationed on the Hill at Misawa, I just wanted to let folks know that The Misawa Project is holding our annual reunion in Minneapolis MN. this year. Dates are June 20 through June 23.'
If anyone has interest, shoot me an email for details.
BILL MARQUS on March 28, 2019 at 5:11 AM said:

I have picture and will post later. 1965 Dog Flight base basketball champions.
Dan on March 17, 2019 at 10:06 PM said:

Hey Dave; I've been bouncing around in that "Wayback Machine" site. There are quite a few links to other sites related to USAFSS, Misawa, Wakkanai, etc. I'll copy and paste a link as an example here: https://web.archive.org/web/20050314170453/http://www.b66.info/Japan-Files/Wakkanai/index.html ... That's just one example. Just keep hitting links and following leads. There's quite a few pages, some live, some archived. Here's another ... https://web.archive.org/web/20110721173859/http://b66.info/Japan-Files/Wakkanai/Det2-Photos.htm Happy hunting.
Dave Johnson '59/'60 on March 13, 2019 at 9:18 PM said:

Great shot. Everything is so familiar. The woman's clothes, the kid's haircuts, and the cart. I'm sure I know where the picture was taken. I walked that road into town many times. Those carts were often pulled by dogs.
Good start for the new guest book.2f3tre
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