Detachment 1 / 21

601 Tactical Control Squadron
Ayers Kaserne
Butzbach/Kirch-Goens
(and various other places)
Germany

Det 1, 601 TCS / Det 21, 601 TCS

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(Photos in no particular order.)




PSP Laying Crew - 1967

?, Max Carter,
Jim Johnson, Randy Koster, Alan Luckey, Randy Pousson


'68?




Hope that thing's not loaded..






Hope that thing's not loaded..

TRC-97a
Capt. William D. McClintock (left)
Lt. David Trinkhaus
Sgt. Michael J. Wenglar (in door)




John Balsillie 1968-1971

Bob Brown in the background.


w/TRC-97

John's page









Ventura

Stanford

McBerry

Menna


Carl Johnson



Spain



Bitner



Huff



Reichl and Smith



Some radar and radio folks

Atkinson, Smith, Wenglar, Guidry, Shaver?

What are these guys so happy about?

Huff, Lariviere, Carter

This maybe?





TRC-97



Gas Turbine Generators



Early 1970s





This group from Bill Morgon (around 1970):

Det 21 - 1970



TSC-15 Deployed

Can the Russians see this?

Tom Conroy



Radar and Don Shaver?





Ground Power

The MB15 diesel generator (left of the ladder) came painted bright "flight-line yellow".
The color was quickly changed to OD green to match the decor.
A 60/400 Hz frequency converter was located behind the MB15.

niner niner seven



Captain Rizzo



Valerie and John Brechue

Fred Schimpf

Dennis Lariviere



Ed Atkinson and wife (her name?) - '69




Three photos from Bill Rizzo:

"Here are some pics I found of our change-of-command formation in 1969, when I took over for Jerry Hans.
The first pic shows Jerry, myself, and Steve Lizinski inspecting the troops."

(I think I see Pousson, Guidry and Reichl. - Max)

"The next pic shows Dave Trinkhaus reading the orders, with Dave McClintock and SSGT ? (can't remember)."



"And last, more review of the the troops. I think that's Fred Schimpf up front."

(Lariviere on the right?)



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Thanks,

Max

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