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Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls,
3759th Student Squadron
Most of the population of the Class
September through December 28, 1956
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(Once again I can name most of them)
(and cheating is not an issue)
(Where would I go for the information?)
These are scans from 3x5 prints. One of my daydreams is that all these 35mm negatives are somewhere on my current premises. If I recall, they are wound on the spool from a 100' roll of Tri-X as used in radarscope photography. Just another of the irritating little tickles that cause me to spend the odd interval standing and staring into the depths of the garage.
** Bob Chiarito's daughter wrote to say Bob died of cancer 13 years ago. He'd had a career in commercial illustration, eventually opening his own successful firm and producing some memorable and well-known designs, including the "Screaming Yellow Zonkers" box.
View past the Base Exchange entrance (behind fence at right) as Airman Third Class Cielinski of PA whistles his way us-ward. My note on the back says the dark Mercury with the light top had a California license with a Santa Monica frame. The Beer Garden entrance was off that cross-street down there.
Jack Harbor, who made an earlier appearance in the Flight 289 Parks AFB picture. I don't remember that he was in Photo Interpretation school. The venue here and with Chapman, above, is the Beer Garden. No age limits, Miller Hi-Life is 20 cents. Quite an experience for the 17-year-olds. This place was super-saturated with fluorescent light.
More from the same base, and maybe a little different interest: Mamie Van Doren Page
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