People Being Sought


These are people for whom we have not been able to find contact information. If you know them or of them use the contact form at the bottom of this page to help us with this information. If you see a Found next to a name it means there is some mention of that person’s existence/whereabouts somewhere on this site. Use the search function at the top of the page to find all mentions of a particular person.

Adkins, Don E (early 70s)

Aguilar, Luis (80s)

Akins, Anthony (89-91)

Allen, Walter (late 60s)

Alles, Doresa (93-95) Found

Anderson, Ronald W. (Cmdr 50th)

Anderson, “Eagle Eye” (late 60s)

Anderson, Howard (late 70s)

Antle, Dana J. (mid 70s)

Apala, Robert (early 70s)

Asbell, Robert Found

Avant, Ron (late 60s)

Bagley, William A. (mid 70s)

Ballachino, Phil (82-86) Found

Bankston, Don (early 70s)

Barringer, Richard W (1967)

Belanger, Mike (mid 70s)

Bethea, Ronald L. (early 70s)

Beverly, James (87-94)

Bilbo, Terry L. (mid 70s)

Bolls, Richard W. (mid 70s)

Bond, Parker L. (Cmdr, mid 70s)

Booth, Jack (late 60s)

Bouchard, Ronald F (late 60s)

Bori, Jill (90-92)

Bowles, Don (late 60s)

Bradley, Louis E. (mid 70s)

Brandt, Dale W. (mid 70s)

Brown, Darrell (74-77)

Brown Jr., Harvey (87-91)

Brown, Jennifer (91-94)

Brown, Joe (mid 70s)

Brown, Robert (late 80s)

Brown, Roxann (80s)

Brunken, Jimmy (late 60s)

Bryant, Doug (late 60s)

Buck, Robert E. (Cmdr. 7236th)

Burdick, Douglas (early 70s)

Buttner, Edward G. (Cmdr. 50th)

Calhoun (late 60s)

Calvin, Walter (late 60s)

Campbell, Samuel (motor pool, early 70s)

Carothers, Richard (late 60s)

Carter, (Cmdr 3139th)

Chipps, James (late 60s)

Clark, Allan (81-84)

Clow, Lawrence (78-80)

Cole, Michael (mid 70s)

Coleman, Rich (late 60s)

Collins, Scott (86-88)

Compton, Dewey (mid 70s)

Conger, Richard (late 60s)

Cook, Robert (mid 70s)

Cooker, Ernest “Ernie” (mid 70s)

Creedon, Patrick J (early 80s)

Croy, Dennis (Bubba) (late 60s)

Curtis, Mike (91-95)

Cunningham, Donald M. (mid 70s)

Dallas, Alan (88-90)

Dark, Robert (Bobby) (late 60s) FOUND

Davidson, Wes (late 60s)

Davis, Donald C (Cmdr 50th)

Davis, Dorian A (early 80s)

Davis, Kermit (79-83)

Delaney, Richard (mid 70s)

Dean, Bobby E (mid 80s)

DeCosier, John (mid 70s)

Deline, Paul (80-83)

Dellaripa, Nicholas (75-78)

Dennison, Rodney, 80-84

DeSorbo, Zeke(late 60s)  (cross trained to the medical field, retired as a CMSgt) Found

Dimeo, Fred M. (early 70s)

D’iorio, Charlie (early 70s)

Dodwell, Brian (90-92)

Dotts, James E. (Cmdr 50th) Found

Dorfman, Theodore (89-90)

Draughn, Tex (late 60s)

Drew, David T (early 80s) Found

Driskell, Thomas (88-90)

Dunn, Daniel (91-94)

Dunn, Steven (93-95)

Dunn, Terry (late 60s)

Dyer, Ron (93-94)

Eazol, George (late 60s)

Edwards, Ryan (93-95)

Edwards, Stanley E. (early 70s)

England, Steve (mid 70s)

England, William (early 70s)

Esquibel, John P. (early 70s)

Fasion, James (mid 70s)

Fennell, Alice A. (mid 70s)

Ferguson, Kendall B (mid 80s)

Ferrell, Eric (93-96)

Fisher, Tommy / Theresa (91-95)

Flannigan, Ron (late 60s)

Flannigan, Sean (90-92)

Fletcher, Carey (80s)

Flint, Chris Found

Fowler, Robert B. (mid 70s)

Frakes, Leland R. (mid 70s)

Frazier, Walter (late 60s)

Fry, Don (mid 70s)

Funk, Bill (late 60s)

Gary, Walter P. (early 70s)

Gentile, Anthony (92-94)

Gordon, Fred H (80s)

Gossett, Edward L. (mid 70s)

Gowing, Tom (early 70s) Found

Grande, Mike (86-90)

Graham, Daniel J. (mid 70s)

Graham, Frank (mid 70s)

Gray, Walter (early 70’s)

Greenwood, Donald (early 80s) Found

Gregory, (Cmdr. 7236th)

Grimm, Chuck (68-71)

Gronberg, Dale N. (early 70s)

Grooms, Manly O (late 60s)

Gumz, James A (80s)

Gunn, Bill (68-71)

Gutowski, Steve (late 60s)

Haas, Joe (84-87) Found

Haase, Terry (80s)

Hale, Ronald C (mid 70s)

Hall, (Cmdr. 7236th)

Hammond, Rich (late 60s)

Hannon, Glen (late 60s)

Hanson, (early 70s)

Harris, Albert (early 90s)

Harris, Gina (93-95)

Harris, Ron (90-93)

Harry, John (late 60s)

Hartford, Richard A (1987)

Herman, Gerald W. (early 70s)

Hershey, Mike (early 90s) Found

Hickey, Anthony (80-96)

Hicks, Larry F (late 60s)

Hillman, Thomas D. (early 70s)

Hinsz, Calvin (late 60s)

Holden, Richard T. (mid 70s)

Host, Clarence A (1985)

Houldieson, Brad (80-84)

Hummel, Ronald J (1987) Found

Humphries, Harrison (mid 70s)

Hurd, Vernard (late 60s)

Jacobson, Eric V (1983)

Jarvis, Christopher (90-92)

Jascot, Doug (mid 70s)

Jalinck, C J (late 60s)

Jenkins, Kenneth (78-81)

Jenkins III, Noble (93-95)

Johnson, George E. (Cmdr mid 70s)

Johnson, Greg (late 60s)

Johnson, Isreal (mid 70s)

Johnson, Jimmy (late 50s)

Johnson, Kenny (mid 70s)

Johnson, Linda (91-93)

Johnson, Mary (mid 70s)

Johnson, Ronald (76-83)

Jolivette, Clarence (67-70) Found

Jolley, Gary (late 60s)

Lovelady, MS (mid 70s)

Kaim, James (86-90)

Kanady, Thomas N. (mid 70s)

Katz, Milton (late 60s)

Kelley, John (93-94)

Keys, Wally (early 90s)

Kidwell, Daniel (mid 70s) believed deceased

Kidwell, Douglas (92-95)

Kirk, Dave (late 60s)

Kirk, John P. (mid 70s)

Kirkland, Scott (93-95)

Kirshner, (mid 70s)

Knox, James P. (Cmdr. late 60s)

Kopotic, Gerard (75-77)

Kovacs, Danell (94-96)

Ladd, Allen, (8-82) Found

Laflam, Larry D. (early 70s)

Lanoue, Duane P. (early 70s)

Lantz, Ronald R. (early 70s)

Lawton, Vicki L (1986)

Lee, Darrel T. (early 70s)

Lewis, Edwin R. (Cmdr mid 70s)

Lewis, Steve (91-93)

Lochmond, Jim (late 60s)

Lorch, Charles (84-89)

Louis, Mickey L (1985)

Love, Sandra (early 90s)

Lutz, Jack (early 70s)

Majerus, Bob (late 60s)

Mann, (1st Sgt, early 70s)

Mann, Ernie (late 60s)

Mappin, Thomas (79-84) Found

Marino, Tommy (late 60s)

Martin, Ken (87-91)

Martin, Terry L (1987)

Mascio, (Cmdr. 3139th)

Mason, Rodney (91-93)

Mason, Wood A. (early 70s)

Massaro, Vincent J (80s)

Mathias, Ken (late 60s)

Mayfield, Michael (92-93)

Mayo, Stephen L. (mid 70s)

McCabe, Amy (91-94) Found

Mcann, James D, Jr (1985)

McClintock, James (65-66)

McCoy, Tina (93-95)

McGowan, Danny (mid 70s)

McKay, John J. JR. (early 70s)

Medlin, Larue (79-83)

Merrell, Dwight K (1983)

Messenger, Tracy (90-92)

Messerschmidt, Dave Found

Meyer, Glenn (late 60s) Found

Meyer, Kent (early 70s)

Michel, John (late 60s)

Miller, Ralph (early 70s)

Miller, Terry V (mid 70s)

Mitchell, James R. (mid 70s)

Moore, R. E. (early 70s)

Moreland, George (late 60s)

Morin, Brenda (90-94)

Mossbacher, John (94-95)

Mount, Cindy (mid 70s)

Mount, Robert E. (mid 70s)

Munley, Judyanne L. (Cmdr. 50th)

Murray, Steve (91-95)

Musgrove, Bert (76-78)

Neil, Brian P. (early 70s)

Nero, Michael (93-95)

Nichols, Delray (81-87) Found

Noll, Michael (80-82)

Nunand, Tom (early 70s)

Nye, David (late 60s)

Nylander, Keith (mid 70s)

O’Connor, Gerald (late 60s)

Ogle, David (78-81)

Ohrenberger, Timothy (91-95)

Oliphant, Willie (mid 70s)

Olivette (late 60s)

Osimitz, (mid 70s)

Otto, Darryl (late 70s)

Owen, John R. (early 70s)

Owen, WT “White Tornado” (late 60s)

Pabst, William A (1967)

Palmateer, Michael (mid 70s)

Pankow, Robert E. (mid 70s)

Parker, John (late 60s)

Parks, Charles L. (early 70s)

Paul, Dennis (mid 70s)

Pepin, Lester T (1981) Found

Percel, David R. (Cmdr 617th) Found

Perry, Bill (late 60s)

Petty, Wylie (late 60s)

Phillips, Jimmy (mid 70s)

Phillips, Richard (90-95)

Pitts, Gerald D. (early 70s)

Prah, Robert (1st Sgt, mid 70’s)

Prather, Joe (late 60’s)

Prepula (late 60s)

Price, Paul (80s)

Pugh, Richard (mid 70s)

Pugh, Robert P. (mid 70s)

Queen, Paul (mid 70s)

Quesnell, Travis (88/89-91)

Quinn, Michael J (80s)

Ramos, Jeffery (90-92)

Rayhart, Gene Found

Redman, (Cmdr. 3139th)

Reese, Jeffrey (89-91)

Rexin, Richard (91-93)

Rhea, Todd (85-88)

Rhodes, Roger E. “Dusty” (early 70s)

Riselay, Maurice D. (early 70s)

Ritter, (Cmdr, 3139th)

Roan, Bryan (88-90) Found

Roberts, Greg (89-92)

Robinson, Frank (65-68)

Rose, Steven J (1983)

Ross, James A. (mid 70s)

Russell, (Cmdr. 3139th)

Sagraves, Woodrow H (1967)

Sailors, Gunar (93-95)

Sand, Robert (86-93)

Sanislo, Andrew (mid 70s)

Savage, Ronald D, Jr (1983)

Schwab, Walter C (1984)

Sears Arnold J. (mid 70s)

Sears Jack (mid 70s)

Sells, Dennis (mid 70s)

Seifert, Lenny T (1983)

Sellers, John W. (motor pool, early 70s)

Setliff, Tony (80s)

Settles, Cindy (91-94)

Shivley, Jon Found

Sizemore, Joseph E. (mid 70s)

Smith, Daniel (85-93)

Smith, Harold (92-95)

Smith, James A. Found

Smith, John B. (mid 70s)

Smith, Lavern (83-03)

Snedeker, Gerald A. (mid 70s)

Snyder, Randy (83-87)

Snyder, Steven (82-03)

Souther, Terry (late 60s)

Stadinski, Wayne (late 60s)

Stanke, Bruce C (1967)

Stanley, Joseph R. (early 70s)

Stinson, Thomas A (80s)

Stokes, Bob (early 70s)

Stout, Randy A. (mid 70s)

Sudduth, Ray (early 70s)

Susenbach, Mark (93-95)

Sutton, Roy (late 60s)

Sweatt, Jeff (88-92)

Tajiri, Daniel T, (74-77)

Talsma (1st Sgt, late 60s)

Tedrick, Kathy (87-90)

Thomas, Sylvester (mid 70s)

Thompson, Sid (92-94)

Tooker, Greg (80s)

Toloso, Mike (mid 70s)

Trapp, Chaun (early 90s)

Trudell, Jeff (75-77, 79-81)

Troyer, Larry L (80s)

Turner, Alan (late 60s)

Ulrich, Larry J (80s)

Urban, George (mid 70s)

Umsted, Jeff (late 60s)

Upchurch, David A. (early 70s)

Valentine, James (82-84)

Vollmar, Donald L. (early 70s)

Voss, Lewis (late 60s)

Vuckel, Robert J (1987)

Wachob, Ronald (74-77)

Warhall, Larry (79-83)

Warner, Larry (early 70s)

Washington, Mary L. (mid 70s)

Waterhouse, Jay (late 60s)

White, Wesley (mid 70s)

White, Thomas (mid 70s)

Whitfield, Lew (late 60s)

Willette, John W. (early 70s)

Williams, Bruce (late 60s)

Wilson, James T (1982)

Wirtz, John (mid 70s)

Wissel, Craig (mid 70s)

Woodruff, Lee (91-95)

Wyatt, Phillip (81-84)

Wyatt, Tom (1st Sgt, early 70s)

Young, Dewey A., Jr. (mid 70s)

54 Responses to People Being Sought

  1. Tom Mappin says:

    I’m alive and well back in my hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. I was 50th ASUPS from 79-84.

    • richmc461 says:

      Thanks for your post to the web site. If you have any pictures, stories or anything at all about Morbach please share them with us all.

      • Steve England says:

        Do you remember me? I was looking at Google maps to find the bomb dump and found the company that moved in to our old ammo dump. Somehow I found this Morbach web site. What a nice surprise.
        I do not know if I can find the pictures I took during the four years I was there. 1975 – 1979.
        I remember you had some kids. ( 2 or 3 )
        I married in 1981 and have 3 kids of my own. I have 5 grandchildren so far and still working on more. Married for 32 years to Diana England.
        Hope to hear from you.

  2. David Messerschmidt says:

    50th ASUPS 77-80 Retired and Living in Sunny Florida close by Eglin and Hulburt AFB.. Lovin Life. I have pictures but will have to dig them out and scan them….. and OHHH the stories!! IYAAYAS!!!

    • richmc461 says:

      Oh yeah, look forward to the war stories. Thanks for getting in touch look forward to any pictures or stories you want to share. Thanks.

  3. David T Drew says:

    present and accounted for, 50th ASUPS 1981-1985. Currently living in Charlotte NC


      Hello David!
      Did you knwo Sgt Bruce Lee Bardin in 1985 – Sugny-Morbach?

      Thank you,
      Caroline Mardens
      ( or on the AMMO Morbach group on FACEBOOK.

    • Don Greenwood says:

      Dave Drew-Don Greenwood here! Still married to Paula and living in Florida the last 10 years. How is life treating you? What do you do now? Did you do the full 20 in the USAF?

  4. Allen Ladd says:

    I’m still kickin’ (Morbach 78-82). Living in the Philly area now

  5. Peter Thomas says:

    Amy McCabe – is married and living in PA
    Mike Hershey – splits his time in Gonzerath and southern California

  6. glenn meyer says:

    Alive and well and still kickin. Morbach 67-70, then on to Bien Hoa, RVN. Greetings to all. Retired and living in eastern Tx.

  7. Delray Nichols "Nick" says:

    I’m here in the St. Louis area, ASUPS 1981-1987. Interesting to see all the names again.

    • Jon M. Shively Jr. says:

      Hello, Sgt. Nichols , how have you been ? The last I can remember of you, was that terrible auto accident at the bottom of the hill.


      hi “Nick”!

      Did you knwo Sgt Bruce Lee Bardin in 1985 – Sugny-Morbach?

      Thank you,
      Caroline Mardens
      ( or on the AMMO Morbach group on FACEBOOK.

  8. Randal Willi says:

    Check out the AMMO Morbach on Facebook

  9. rdark says:

    Looking at the above list, I see an “Alvin Dark” listed in the late 60’s. I don’t know of an “Alvin”, but I do know that Robert “Bobby” Dark was there from 68-71. That would be ME. I’m alive and kicking in Oxford, Alabama.

    Rich, you might want to add a few names: Dennis (Bub) Croy (late 60’s) and Walter D. Calvin (late 60’s) and David Nye (late 60’s). There was also William “Zeke” DeSorbo (I understand that Zeke is living in Texas and working at a hospital.


    • Ron Lantz says:

      Hey Bobby!! Do you remember a guy named Ron Lantz?? I am now retired and living in Mineral Wells WV. I was there in the early 70’s and lived in the same village you did. Think it was called Hoxel. We used to go (Stompin) in the snowy fields in our VW’s there. I also remember Zeke and his fooseball. He sure was good at it.

      Rich, I’m pretty sure John Sellers, from the motor pool, is in Salt Lake City if that helps. Sure enjoyed browsing the site. Seen a lot of names on here I remember. If anyone wants to contact me my email address is

  10. Les Pepin says:

    The Morbach Facebook page has lots of the folks you are looking for.
    Les Pepin 79-81

  11. Bryan Roan says:

    Bryan Roan 88-90
    High Point, NC
    Just found the Facebook page

  12. Hi! This is Tom Gowing (Munch) 1971-1973. Retired in 1990, now living in Mesa Az. Loved the days of good beer and great freinds.

  13. bach Ammo in September 1967 with my family. My sponsor was SSgt McFeeters, I was temporily quaetered at the Maria Rahn fir the first few weeks until my quarters were ready on base, I was assigned to Shipping and receiving working for a SSgt Sams, Unknown to me at the time. mt arrival was not entirely welcomed by everyone. I was assigned base quarters upon my arrival, which was great for me, but… The quar0ters I was assigned was previously assigne to a SMSGT Caruthers, who was bumped to give me the quarters. I understand that he was waiting 18 months for that house. That did not go over so well, and to top it off, I was later assigned to Munitionas Control, a section he was charged with, I must admit he was a good sport about it and a very fair boss. I had the privilidge to serve with him later on in my career. Morbach was a veery memorible tour, I had the honor of working with very dedicated professionals. After Mirbach, I went on to complete a 23+ year career, I retired from the Air Force in June 1984. I persued a career in Computers and Electronics, I retired from Computer Sciences Corp as a Senior Field Engineer in 2009. I presently reside in Las Vegas, NV. I plan on providing Photos and more stories about Morbach.

  14. robert asbell says:

    hello robert g asbell morbach 77-80 50th mms have some old pictures would love to hear from the crews

  15. richard mckinley says:

    i have been looking for jimmie johnson (late 50’s) also with no luck he was my sgt. at morbach, we were transfered from nuebeberg air base munich to hahn in the fall of 56 to open the ammo dump at morbach, then it was the 7372nd det.1 ammo supply sq. later changed to the 3139th ammo supply sq. our c.o. at the time was CWO-3 charles alan after he left it was 2 lt. mccormick we were housed at hahn, i still have a copy of our orders to go to hahn when we got there they didn’t even have bunks for us so we had a empty room and slept on the floor

  16. chris flint says:

    wow….. i just saw what morbach bomb “dump” has become, it took me by suprise. i was there in 1992 and had alot of good times.

  17. Gene Rayhart says:

    I was at 50th ASUPS 1979-1981….Living in New Mexico now.

  18. Jim Dotts says:

    Being Commander of the ASUPS was a great experience. I had good people working with me, both German Civilian and Military. My wife and I both enjoyed our stay at Hahn and in Germany. Our children learned to speak German and to enjoy a different way of life – something that has stayed with them and helped them in later life.

    After we left Morbach I was assigned to AFOTEC at Kirtland AFB and retired from there. After retirement from the AF I worked for Sandia National Laboratory for thirteen years and for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for an additional fourteen years.

    Donna and I are now retire and living in Manhattan, Kansas.

    • richmc461 says:

      Congrats on what sounds like a successful working career. Thanks for sharing with us. We spent a week in Manhattan, Kansas one Sunday afternoon (to borrow from W.C. Fields.) Actually the reservoir was a nice break from Kansas in general. Just so happened the wheel bearing on our car went out there on a trip out to Colorado.

  19. James A. Smith says:

    I arrived at Morbach in July 1966 as an A3C as a redirect from St Mihel France (Operation Freloc). I left in 1968 for RAF Sculthorpe. I returned in ’82 (Third European tour) and left again in ’85. I was assigned to Sugny while it was still under German control (Had to wear civies). I retired in 1990 and retired again in 2009 as a network engineer for the local hospital here in South Carolina. Morbach was still my best assignment but my three years in a 12 man detachment at CFB Lahr (Canadian Base in Black Forest) is a strong second).


      Hello James A. Smith!

      Could you tell me if you knew/met Sgt. Bruce Lee Bardin in 1985 – Sugny-Morbach?

      It was my first boyfriend and since 3 weeks ago I know and saw his grave, then that he died on May the 10 in 1991. (the day of my birthday!)

      Thank you,

      Caroline Mardens
      ( or on the AMMO Morbach group on FACEBOOK

  20. says:

    Sgt. Ronald J Hummel, 84-87, Maint & Plans and Programs, I’m doin’ well. Back in Pa. You can find me on facebook (Ron Hummel)


      Hello Ron!

      I have already answers you via a private message on you FB profile.


      Caroline Mardens (

    • Bobby Dean,MSgt (Ret) says:

      Bobby Dean – Just ran across this sight and found your post. It has been a long time. Darlene & I are doing well. We live in Athens, Georgia and have both retired. Just talked to Terry Hasse today. All is well with him & Jom.

  21. James A. Smith says:


    I don’t remember Bruce. I probably met him as we were there at the same time.


  22. Don Greenwood says:

    Don Greenwood-Morbach Ammo (50th ASUPS) 1984-86.

  23. Joe Haas says:

    Hello All,
    Donald (Joe) Haas, 50th MMST, 1984-1987, Missile Shop. I spent three years at Morbach and less than a year in England AFB, LA. Living in Cincinnati, Ohio, married and with four boys.

  24. Dave Perzel says:

    Greetings Everyone,

    Dave Perzel (Lt. Col Ret.) here. I was the 617th MS commander, the last Morbach commander, and I just wanted to pass on my best wishes to all of the Morbach Ammo alumni. My wife, Annette, and I are now living in Rosemount, Minnesota. We still often think about the great people of the squadron and the local Morbach community that we had the honor and pleasure of knowing. Glad to see there is a website for the Morbach Ammo community.


  25. Doresa Alles, (93-95)
    Didn’t realize I was being sought. ;). Married. Living in IA

  26. Amy McCabe says:

    Anyone searching for me can find me in NC. A lot of names on here I recognize but a lot I don’t either :(

  27. Glenn Meyer says:

    Was stationed at Morbach from 67 to 70. Spent 1971 at Bien Hoa, Viet Nam, then cross-trained into Crash (fire)trucks. Got out in 73. Worked in the mid east on airports for 5 years. Now residing in East Texas.

  28. Lisa Humphries says:

    Harrison Humphries is my father. I will let him know about this site!

  29. Ryan Edwards says:

    Ryan Edwards here.
    Morbach 93-95
    Currently working at Edwards AFB in the bomb dump as a civilian.

  30. LaRue Medlin says:

    LaRue “DOC” Medlin. Apr 79 – Apr 83… Retired and living in Sumter SC. Owner of Carolina Lock & Key… Having to work for a living…

  31. Shawn Wentz says:

    My name is Shawn Wentz and I am the stepson in-law of James C. Chipps. I believe this is the same James Chipps that is on your list above. Unfortunately James passed away on 07/28/2013. He had a license plate on the front of his old Ford pickup that read IYAAYAS and I remember asking him what it meant. He was very proud to have served in the U.S. Air Force and was fond of the time he spent working in AMMO. I remember lots of bomb dump stories. He never had any kids of his own but has a stepson “Daniel Lacanne” 2 grand kids “Alexis and Brandon LaCanne”, a stepdaughter “Patty Wentz” and a stepson in law “Shawn Wentz”. Also several other siblings that I unfortunately don’t have any information on. He was a good man and will be missed.

  32. Robert (Bob )Lee Twyman says:

    I was at Morbach Ammo Sq from Dec 1968-Aug 1971. I worked in admin with Mark Steinhauser. Capt William D B Sweezey was my OIC.

  33. Ken Martin says:

    Yo! I’m in Grand Rapids, MI.

  34. i see you have Jimmy Johnson name spelled wrong it should be Jimmie Johnson

  35. Danny McGowan says:

    I live in Loxahatchee Fl. ahd work in Boynton Beach, Fl at Florida Power & Light Co. Been there for 34 years doing the same thing I did in Morbach. Kind of pissed that I didn’t stay in. Would’ve been retired years ago.

  36. Allen says:

    Danny, I you want to catch up with any of the old gang there’s a couple hundred on Facebook. Look for a group called AMMO Morbach.

  37. chuckbchuck says:

    My name is Chuck Cherryholmes I was stationed at Morbach from 1973 to 1976. In the photo of 50th Ammo from 1974 I am sitting on the ground just behind the nose of the Ammo bomb.

  38. BILL GUNN says:


  39. tj jensen says:

    Theron “TJ” Jensen 79-82

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