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LtCol Todd Miles, USMCR Ret jtmilesmmrataoldotcom 20th Dec 2005
Lt Benjamin F. Miles II
Dad hardly talked about Korea, so I was surprised to see the DFC on his DD214 when he recently passed. I\'m glad that he got to attend a reunion with Mom a few years before he died. Two of his children ended up in the Marines, and he was very proud of his grand daughter who will graduate from The Air Force Academy this spring.

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bill patterson nonflyataoldotcom 14th Dec 2005
Christmas Day 2005
Want to wish all Mosquitos a Happy and Merry Christmas. I spent Christmas day in K-6 1951. The very best to all who remember the true meaning of CHRISTMAS.

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Keith May kmay2atnebdotrrdotcom 29th Nov 2005
dad
My dad was a Mosquito and is very proud till this day. I have been doing a little research about the group because i dont know much about it. My dad doesnt communicate w/ any other members that I know of but I would like to get him involved in some way.I am particularly looking for something for christmas to present him w/. Id like to give him some news that some of his buddies were wanting to talk to him sometime but i dont know a whole lot about his location rank and other things. I am going to get some info from my mother though. So if anyone remembers a proud srong man by the name of REX MAY who now resides in Lincoln, Nebraska, please contact me. Im not sure if my e mail address will be posted but if the moderator of this site could please give any leads my e mail address it would be greatly appreciated. Also anywhere i could find models of the LTA 567 ,573 planes (if those are the correct models) would be helpful. Thank You. I think he was a master Sargeant Mechanic on the planes. He also worked on the Blue Angel Planes, but thats about all i know. his name again was REX MAY he is from Mississippi , his mothers name was Jewel Williamson.

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PFC BREWER JOSHUA.T.BREWERatUSdotARMYdotMIL 15th Oct 2005
CAMP PAGE 1953-2005
THE HISTORY LIVES ON KNOWING WHAT IT WAS LIKE THEN , KNOW, WITH THE STORY OF CHUNCHON, CAMP PAGE, SOUTH KOREA , THEY JUST CLOSED THE DOORS OF THAT CAMP PAGE WHERE THEY FLEW THEIR MISSION FROM. AND AS A MP ITS WAS A GREAT FEELING TO HAVE KEEP THE AIR FIELD OPEN, AND BEING THE LAST TO HAVE SEEN IT USED FOR MANY BIRDS SINCE THEN, HAVING A PART OF YOUR HISTORY LIVE ON WITH IT.

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Zot Barazzotto zot250 at ameritech dot net 7th Sep 2005
FACs
Sorry your reunion was CNXed. We look forward to seeing you next year at the combined FAC Association and Liaison Aircraft Association Reunions at the AF Museum. Dates are October 4-8, 2006. We will dedicate a memorial to those who gave their all in SEA.

If anyone wants to give a paper at our symposium please let me know (zot250 at ameritech dot net)

Fly safe,

Zot

Covey 250 / Rustic 55
Laos / Cambodia
March \\\\\\\'70 - March \\\\\\\'71

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Dennis Lehto dennislehto at aol dot com 31st Aug 2005
Guestbook Entry
My father, Rudy, was a Mosquito and I was wondering if there are any prints of the aircraft that was flown by the Mosquito Squadron.

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P.K Miller II holidaymouseatcomcastdotnet 25th Aug 2005
Looking for folks who flew with my Dad
My Dad, 1st Lt. Paul K. (P.K.) Miller flew with the Mosquito Squadron I believe durting 1952-1953 time frame. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who knew him. Thanks in advance for any responses provided!!
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Mark Martillaro mmartillaroattycovalvesdotcom 22nd Aug 2005
email address
Looks like my sign-on from yesterday didn\\\\\\\'t pick-up my email address. Anyone who knew Joe Martillaro, feel free to contact me. Thanks
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Mark Martillaro withheld 21st Aug 2005
My Pop
I am a former United States Marine. I am also the very proud son of a former Mosquito Squadron buddy of yours. I remember about twenty years ago, I saw an ad in my Leatherneck magazine regarding a Mosquito Reunion. I called my dad to give him the details and I think I turned him into a kid again. After that my mom and dad attended most all of your reunions. To this day, a picture of a T-6A, my dad won at one of the reunions, hangs in my parents livingroom.

A few years ago, you were getting ready to dedicate your Jeep to the Air Force Museum. Mom and Dad were very excited about the event and excited seeing you all again. Unfortunately a few short weeks before the event, my pop suddenly passed away.

About a year before his passing, he gave my youngest son one of his flight jackets with the Mosquito patches adorning the front. He still wears and takes care of that jacket today. When someone asks about the Mosquito patch, he tells them about his Grampa Joe and the Mosquito Squadron.

I'm glad my dad got the opportunity to renew his friendship with all you survivors. Your little group meant a lot to him.

I recently had the opportunity to visit the Air Force Museum on a business trip. I took some pictures for my mom of the Mosquito display. I also thought about how proud I was that my pop was a part of that history.

From a former US Marine, God Speed Mosquito squadron... God Speed...

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Kurt Hesser withheld 18th Aug 2005
Nice to see this
I found this page while googling my grandfather William Harvey Condley Sr. He was a pilot and used to tell me stories about everything he did in WW 2 and Korea. My grandfather actually received the Distinguished Flying Cross in Korea. I think I have every patch and every hat or memorobilia from him and all the reunions he went to. I still try to keep in touch with his friend that also was a Mosquito, Steve Rooney. Well I really enjoy your site. Keep it up.

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