Al Walker
Best photos All photos
188
photos
103
on Google Maps
views
None

Al Walker's conversations

I met SSgt Wissig at the Omaha airport. We were both in uniform, on our way to Vietnam. That's why I went over & talked to him. We traveled all the way to Phu Cat together. I visited his hooch one time to see how the SP's lived. His death has been with me since it happened. I felt so bad for his family. He was to retire after his time in Vietnam. He left behind a wife & 4 children I believe. So sad. I worked there as a computer tech, maintaining the base supply computer. I was attached to the 1883rd Comm Sq.

Rafael. please contact me walker101647@live.com or visit

https://www.facebook.com/groups/PhuCatAlumni/10152804591439455/?notif_t=like

Welcome Home Brother 70/71

Thank you for the view and kind comment. I was stationed at Phu Cat Air Base with the, US Air Force, 30th Weather Squadron in 1970/71..I had an amateur interest in photography and a lot of 35mm transparency film. When I first became acquainted with Google Earth, I began looking at Vietnam to see how it had changed over the years. There was very little imagery (5 years ago ) of Qui Nhon, Phu Cat AB, and Pleiku. I got out my old color slides and found a cheap scanner, and pinned as many images as Google Earth would permit. My trip to Qui Nhon was a one time exoeriance, due to security issues at that time. Please enjoy the images of a time gone by, and pray history never again repeats itself.. Peace and health my friend. Al Walker PS thank you for the update on the Champa Temple.

Al said: Thank you, tiến thịnh tạ You had a very beautiful country many years ago. One day I will be able to return and view and visit. Please feel free to chat . walker101647@aol.com . Peace and health and thank you for the view and comment Al walker USAF Nam Vet 70/71

great picture... like :)

greetings from Austria!

Спасибо AnnaV, это окраина моего села, места детства.

I want to thank you for all those pictures you took of Plieku, and around all the bases. I was station on signal hill east of the us air force. Those antennas were hard to miss, they were huge and tall. I am having problems trying to find the same spots that you had them before. I was with the 1st Signal Brigade Plieku Nov. 1967-Mar.1969. GREAT JOB AL. E-mail address: gil.leon45@hotmail.com

John Michel...I know Mutley. YES but this dog's name was "Tits" and was the weather guys mascot...I have several contacts with other controllers with the 1883rd Com Sq...Please contact me direct ..walker101647@live.com Al Walker 30th Weather Sq PS Is your last name Boise.??

John Michel....please contact me direct..walker101647@live.com I remember Jim White. I was the weather observer workin the lower deck 70/71 and Welcome Home Brother..Al Walker

« Previous12345678...2021Next »

Friends

  • loading Loading…

 

Al Walker's groups