Greetings All!I don't know about y'all but Spring is sure taking it's time arriving here in Michigan. It was down in the 40's this morning and the best we've had so far is a couple of days in the…Continue
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Now Hear This!Unfortunately (for me at least!) I will not be able to put out a Newsletter this month!I was putting it together but slowly because I wasn't feeling all that well.After several days of…Continue
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Happy April Fools Day Eve!!Why is it that some Holidays have an "Eve" celebration while others do not?There's Christmas Eve and New Years Eve but no Memorial Day Eve or Thanksgiving Eve or April…Continue
Greetings All!I don't know about y'all but Spring is sure taking it's time arriving here in Michigan. It was down in the 40's this morning and the best we've had so far is a couple of days in the high 60's.Global warming my ass!!Anyway, here's this months Newsletter. The subject was prompted by several of you sending me the info and saying that it would make a good Newsletter... I agree!!Enjoy!!…See More
Now Hear This!Unfortunately (for me at least!) I will not be able to put out a Newsletter this month!I was putting it together but slowly because I wasn't feeling all that well.After several days of what I assumed was a stomach flu, it suddenly escalated to a lot of pain, puking and eruptions from other orifices, I ended up in the ER with what I thought was another heart attack... turned out it wasn't the flu OR a heart attack, but instead, it was a gastric ulcer! Apparently a BIG ulcer since…See More
Happy April Fools Day Eve!!Why is it that some Holidays have an "Eve" celebration while others do not?There's Christmas Eve and New Years Eve but no Memorial Day Eve or Thanksgiving Eve or April Fools Day Eve... Just sayin....Anyway, here's your April Newsletter and I'm not fooling!!Enjoy!!April%202019%20Newsletter.pdfSee More
I'm old and I remember fondly, the original SNL - And what better way to introduce the March Newsletter than to channel John Belushi... I give you...Chevy Chase: Last week we made the comment that March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Now here to reply is our chief meteorologist, John Belushi, with a seasonal report.John Belushi: Thank you Chevy. Well, another winter is almost over and March true to form has come in like a lion, and hopefully will go out like a lamb. At least…See More
Holy Crap!! As I send this, we have a wind chill outside of... wait for it....32 BELOW!!I'm so glad that I'm retired and don't have to go outside for anything if I don't want to... AND I DON'T WANT TO!Anyway, here's the February Newsletter!!Enjoy!!The%20February%202019%20Newsletter.pdfSee More
Well, another year gone, but another year to go!! Still upright and functional and that's a good thing!!And as I begin my 6th year of doing this Newsletter, I wanted to thank ALL of you for your support, your input and your friendship...Happy New Year Shipmates!!…See More
Well, Thanksgiving is over and done with, the Black Friday Melee's are over and that means it's time to head in to the Holiday Season!!And to help y'all along, here's the Special Christmas Newsletter!!Enjoy....The%20December2018%20Newsletter.pdfSee More
Today is Halloween!! And you know what that means!Todays is, by far, the safest day to kill someone and leave the body sitting in the chair on your porch... Just sayin...It also means that it's time for the November Newsletter!!My treat!! No trick!!Enjoy!…See More
Happy October!! That means colder weather, Pumpkin Spice everything and the beginning of flannel shirts and warm socks...And there are some important dates to look for in October... for instance...October 1st - International Day for the Elderly (I think that covers most of us!)October 2nd - Name Your Car Day (My car's name is "Paid For")And of course... OKTOBERFEST!! Beer!Anyway, enjoy the month and here's your Newsletter!!…See More
LABOR DAY!! LONG WEEKEND!! BACK TO SCHOOL!!Well, for those of us who are retired, there is no Labor, every weekend is a long weekend and "Back to School" just means sales in the stores...But today is also August 31st... The first prototype of the "YA3J-1 Vigilante", as it was formally designated, was rolled out on 16 May 1958. Initial flight was on 31 August 1958, with North American chief test pilot Dick Wenzel at the controls. That was 60 years ago!!More info on this in the Newsletter, thanks…See More
Greeting Shipmates!!Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye! July 8th is International Town Criers Day!!Before there was Twitter, CNN, or even a newspaper, every respectable town had a town crier who kept the good public abreast of all relevant comings and goings. Today, you have full permission to shout your appreciation from the rooftops—it’s how they wanted it.But if the Town Crier doesn't make it our your way, here's the July Newsletter... feel free to yell while you read it!…See More
Well... I don't know about where you are, but June means that it's finally Summer... Maybe...Here in Michigan, we can at least stop worrying about snow... Maybe...Anyway, here's hoping all y'all are enjoying some warm weather and...The June Newsletter!!TheJune%202018%20Newsletter.pdfSee More
What Commands/Squadrons were you with? *Notes* only choose RVAH-3 if you were squadron personnel, all others there for training select the RAG/FRAMP option, IF YOU SELECTED "OTHER" THEN YOU MUST ANSWER ONE OF THE QUESTIONS BELOW. BE SPECIFIC
RVAH 3, RVAH 7
Tell us below what command if choosing "Other" for a non CRAW-1/RVAH/VAH commands
Hi Bill They call me SiskaBob. I WAS IN Heavy Six 1966-1970. I met a guy who was in RVAH-7 He owns an Italian restraunt on garfield&17 mile road called Luciano,s Just wondering if you know him? I met him and he's a really great guy-really good food. I think he told me he worked in the engine shop. Good to talk to guys from Mich who were in the Heavy Squadrons! I live in Lenox Twp near New Haven.His full name is Luciano Gianino.