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"Duane,
I am forwarding this email received from the former A1C Johnny Ramirez who served with the 3918th Headquarters Squadron Section during the 1963-1965 timeframe.
Jim"

Submitted by Johnny Ramirez 3918th HQ Sq through Jim Seymour.

"Sending some photos that I found of me at Upper Heyford. Barracks were quansent huts & outside personnel bldg.

Thanks
Johnny"


"These photos are of the airmen and one civilian that worked in the Data Automation Section from 1967 - 1969. The first image is a picture of the data automation group. The last three pictures are from an article written in the BHS Mini Observer.

We processed various reports such as aircraft maintenance reports and inventory reports for base supply until they obtained their own computer. At the time we used a Burroughs 263 computer that read punch cards and produced reports. We also had various punch card machines such as sorters, collators and interpreters.

Submitted by Larry Price, 66th CSG, Base Headquarters Squadron, data automation section, Nov 1967 - Nov 1969. Names from left to right:
MSgt Jim Peterson
Sgt Theo Rohling
Lt Donald Kos
Sgt Larry Price
A1C John Boyer
A1C David Norton
Sgt Ray McAferty
Sgt Mike Camerire
Mrs Lindsay Marchese
Sgt Pat McClure
Sgt Robert Moser
SSgt Jim Heiser
SSgt John Bartley
A1C Greg Honeycutt
TSgt John Marsh
Submitted by Larry Price, 66th CSG, Base Headquarters Squadron, data automation section, Nov 1967 - Nov 1969.

Submitted by Larry Price, 66th CSG, Base Headquarters Squadron, data automation section, Nov 1967 - Nov 1969. Submitted by Larry Price, 66th CSG, Base Headquarters Squadron, data automation section, Nov 1967 - Nov 1969. Submitted by Larry Price, 66th CSG, Base Headquarters Squadron, data automation section, Nov 1967 - Nov 1969.


Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Major Skidmore

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

MSgt. Jackson (left)

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

SSgt. Peters

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Sgt. Gerry Bell

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

A/2C E. L. Caslani

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

Arnold

Submitted by Jim Mattke, 3918th Headquarters Squadron.

3918th Headquarters Squadron Barracks. Submitted by Jim Seymour. 3918th Headquarters Squadron Barracks
Bottom row 3rd from left: Ernie Caslani. Top row 3rd from left: A1C Berry, 5th from left: A1C Lew.

Submitted by Jim Seymour.

 

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