Do you worked at Misawa Air base before?
And precious scenery of old Japan.
Best wishes from JAPAN
Thanks, Glad ya like it.. and yes that's a 16 .. Myself I carried a Mossburg 500 pump and a Colt 45... But I worked on Hawks so didn't get far from FB's
Name here is Benn. I recognize this picture of the MAIN CHOW HALL at Ashiya AB, Japan. I was stationed at Ashiya 1958, 1959, and 1960 and lived in the barracks on the right side of this photograph. The MAIN CHOW HALL was located near the Main Gate that exited from the Base to Main Street at Ashiya-Machi. This is a memorable photo. Thanks.
jlclark.....I worked at Ashiya Base Operations as an aircraft dispatcher. While at Ashiya I owned two motorcycles....a Cabton and a Tahatsu. I'm really enjoying these pictures you took while you were stationed at Ashiya. Did you ride a bike or automobile while you were at Ashiya?
Wonderful photo of this old chruch. My GGreat Grandfather, Thomas Clark was married here 16 Aug 1841 to Esther Masters. They immigrated to the US 1857 and raised 10 children.
The photo you have of the elephant at the oklahoma city zoo is not Judy. It is actually Tanzy the African elephant who shared her enclosure with Judy.
I Like it a lot .
Greetings from Athens Photis
Waiting for your comments on my new photos in Egyrpt!
Thanks for sharing.
It's so great to see colored pictures of Trabzon from 50's, so thanks for being there...
Mr. jlclark1935. Do you have other photos of Trabzon?
Hi Ceyhun - thanks for your comment. Enjoyed a great year, many years ago, in your hometown. The people of Turkey and Trabzon made us feel very welcome there.