Thomas J. Malthaner
Mon Aug 18 14:46:26 2003
Being a self educated WWII historian and aviation buff, I find this story extremely interesting and thank you for bringing it to the public. I was not aware of the intelligence base located so close to Russia. Our graditude goes to the crews that flew the missions and those who gave the ultimnate sacrifice. Also, our sympathy goes to the families of the casualties in this tragedy. God Bless America. Thank you very much. Tom Malthaner
Mon Aug 18 17:51:58 2003
Thank you for making this web site, I plan on sending out to friends who like me are vets and know they will appriciate it too.
Colonel Dennis O'Donoghue
Tue Aug 19 23:50:19 2003
Thank you for taking the time to put together this tribute to fallen comrades in the struggle of the Cold War. Your efforts ensure that their sacrifice will not be forgotten. I was very touched by your story.
Tue Aug 19 23:52:14 2003
Very touching, very moving. Thank you.
Wed Aug 20 02:15:54 2003
Para Todos los Hispanos y Mas
Great work!!! Congratulations, and I hope you are well right now with all your family too, all the love, my respects from the bottom of my heart, God bless you all the way... for ever, Dalia
Wed Aug 20 21:04:44 2003
I am a civilian currently working on Shemya. I greatly enjoyed this web site as it finally answered the important question "Who, or what, was Boozer?" I mean, must have been pretty important to get the brass plate on Bldg 600. Enjoyed the rest of the site also. Thanks for putting it together.
Thu Aug 21 16:53:39 2003
I toured the web site today and it is excellent -- gripping stories about a time and place few people understand. My father was Harold K. "Ken" Jordon, retired SAC pilot, and my father-in-law was Eugene A. Jackson, a civilian scientist with SAC. Both are deceased but not forgotten. If you get to the Strategic Air & Space Museum just west of Omaha, you'll find the "SAC Man" sculpture donated in their memories. I admire them and all the people who fought the Cold War.
Thu Aug 21 17:49:10 2003
Super, super site. I went through Aviation Cadets with the Aircraft Commander, Charles "Mich" Michaud of Irene 92. We were assigned to the same RB-47 Squadron at Forbes AFB, KS in August, 1955. The last time I saw Mich was in the winter of 1967/68. I was on emergency leave from Spain to see my dad in California. I was able to get as far as Baltimore, MD and was stuck. I just happened to run into Mich and he was able to get me on a flight to Los Angeles that sure was a time saver.
Fri Aug 22 10:38:11 2003
I was a crew chief on Cobra Ball during the late 70's, then transferred to Travis AFB. Bill.. if you're out there drop me a line! Salute to those that created this memorial and to the crews that gave their lives. Nick
Mon Aug 25 04:40:18 2003
Seen your site featured in the webtv member news and when I seen SAC it caught my attention as I too live in Omaha. What a heartfelt site you have put together! Many (most) Americans have no idea what is involved in protecting our freedom. We all have you dedicated service men and women to be thankful for. And I, for one, can not end this without saying ... "Thank You!". Gooooooo Huskers!!! :-)