Landed at Millington in April, 1967. Never flown - or been out of New England before. Did reserve boot camp out of North 76 then on the AFun(P), MechFun and AME(A). Attached to barracks South 32. Home to Boston in late August. Scotch Canadian's photos are from that time and bring back special memories. I got back to Memphis twice over the years, as Curator of the Baseball Hall of Fame, but never had enough time to get back out to Millington. I was attached to reserve squadron VA 912 at NAS South Weymouth, Mass for the remainder of my military commitment. Worked on A4Bs. South Weymouth is currently being torn down by my brother's company. He salvaged the sign that hung over our maintenance facility. It now hangs over my garage. I went into the Navy only because of my draft status. It has been an important part of who I am ever since!
Dancing Pigs of VP-65 - Point Magu CA
Very beautiful photo i liked the yellow bow
Ordered a 12 piece meal and called ahead. I asked for 2 pieces, thighs, to be extra crispy and the rest orginal. Picked the order up and specifically asked if the biscuits were in the package. Assured we had the biscuit only to find out there wasn't any biscuits plus no extra crisy thighs. I have always loved KFC but this was just terrible chicken. Never will order from them again!
You are correct!
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Glad to hear from you. My Grandfather's name was Reuben Rogerson. He was born in Gambles Corner, PEI on April 21, 1880 and lived in Tryon for many years. He was a carpenter by trade and is said to have helped build many of the houses in the Tryon/Crapaud area. He built and lived in the house on the hill on the corner of Rt 10 and the road going to Lower Tryon. If you send me your e-mail address I'll send more info and photos.
do you have airbags? :-)))
is it still alive? :-))))
One of the things I distinctly remember about PEI were all the white churches with black trim.