Submitted by Name: Bob Boss From: Oregon E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was a 30770 assigned to the 5th 1980-1982. Came from s oversea remote tour and went on to a oversea remote tour. Spent 18 months either playing games in the South Training area or deployed. Deployments went from Egypt to New York, California, Florida and the Carolina's. Also several within Georgia itself. When in garrison spent time either in a trailer in the motor pool or over in a building not far from the supply buildings. Half the time I spent in the active players and half the time in the OPS Stan/Eval group.
Lot's of memories of the place. Some evem good.
Added: July 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Harry Rivers From: Dallas, Ga. E-mail: Contact
Comments: In the 1st 1967-1969 as a 291X0. Retired in 1989. Also in the 5th from 1983-1986.
Added: July 3, 2014
Submitted by Name: Marc Arthurs From: Chicago, ILL E-mail: Contact
Comments: 52d CBCS - July 97-Feb 03
Added: June 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Dale Krauz From: Bonaire, GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Was in 52d from 90-96 ( QRP, Maint CTL ) and back again from 01-06, 52d Airfield Tower.
Added: June 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: David A Lozano From: San Antonio, TX E-mail: Contact
Comments: One of the last of the Ground Radio troops, served in the 5th Mob from 1993 to 2001. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...
Added: June 24, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ken PIRKLE From: Easley South Carolina E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Arthur Asmanes From: Knoxville, Tennessee E-mail: Contact
Comments: from Karemursel, Turkey to the 5th MOB -- summer of 1965 Radio Relay- Wideband Technician Retired fro ANG 228th Combat Communications in 1992 ...I remember open bay barracks...
Added: June 18, 2014
Submitted by Name: Jim Taylor From: Warner Robins, GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was part of group of about 10 airman (18 & 19 yr. olds) sent DDA from Basic Training to the 5th Mob in August 1973. The organization did not even know we were there for about a month. Not quite the organization as it is today. Guys were still coming back from Thailand at the time, and some had not long been out of Vietnam. Some of the members of that group were Randy Zell, Jack Woodburn, Randy Chapin,and others I can't remember. Quite an experience for a 19 year old kid! David Wittenberg, Noah Reyes, Charlie Pike (not the car guy), "Shorty" and other NCOs were some of the ones trying to supervise this rag-tag group at the time. Too many insane stories to tell in this note, but I'm sure Mr. Zell could confirm a few of them. I decided to stay in WR when I got out in 79, married a local girl, got into business and have become quite involved in the community. I have stayed involved with Robins through various community projects over the years, and even got to see some of the Mob training area a few weeks ago while on a Military Affairs tour through the Chamber of Commerce. I will say that my association with the "Mob" has provided me a lot of experiences and memories that I have come to appreciate over the years. I am looking forward to this upcoming Reunion with the "Mobsters!"
Added: June 16, 2014
Submitted by Name: Rob Lyman From: Scott AFB E-mail: Contact
Comments: Lots of great friends and memories of the 5th!