THE OLD GUESTBOOK ENTRIES FROM THE GEOCITIES SITE.


Mike Umipig - 09/08/99 19:43:52
My Email:Mykall514@aol.com
How did you find our site: A friend sent it to me

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K-9 handler, 1984-1986


Mark Michael - 09/08/99 13:59:01
My Email:rrmark@worldnet.att.net
How did you find our site: Looking for the 3rd!

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I was with the 3rd when it was at Kunsan I was a dog handler Rex V000. I brought Rex back from Okinawa when I finished Detector Dog School in 72. I left the 3rd for the 379th at Wurtsmith in MI. I have lots of photos from my tour on the Kun.Looking at the K-9 photos brings back memories


Rufus L. Leslie - 09/07/99 04:06:00
My Email:rllral@gateway.net
How did you find our site: surfing the net

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It was great to find your site. It brought back many memories of my days as a "dawg handler". I spent almost 24 fantastic years in the USAF as a handler, trainer/supervisor, and as a kennelmaster. I never made it to the P.I. but I tried. I started in ay 68 as a sentry dog handler. Spent time at Lockbourne AFB, Ohio, Korat RTAFB, Thailand, Fairchild AFB, Washington, Andrews AFB, Maryland, Scott AFB, Illionis, Andersen AFB, Guam, DOD Dog Center, Lackland AFB, Texas, and Castle AFB, Calif. I retired in ept 91. I now work for U.S. Customs as a Narc Dog Handler in San Diego, Calif. Would like to hear from anyone I was stationed with.


Mike Lamonto - 09/07/99 04:01:36
My Email:Rippdawg@aol.com
How did you find our site: Fellow K-9 Handler

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I handled Resource Protection K-9 Prince 81 to 83 and Narc Dog Habit 83 to 84. I loved the PI made great friends there and lived great adventures!


Geof George - 09/06/99 07:03:31
My URL:http://www.underground-sound.com/pafb/pafb.html
My Email:geof@underground-sound.com
How did you find our site: Alta Vista Search

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I enjoyed your site. I linked it many months ago from my Pease AFB (509th SP's) Web Site. 811x0, LE, & K9 I was Security, then transferred to K-9. Interesting how we both have memorial pages for our friends who never came home. Although I wasn't at Clark, I recall a story circulating by an ex-Clark LE guy about how a US Navy boat approached a little too close and the SP fired some rounds over her bow!! Feel free to link me at: http://www.underground-sound.com/pafb/pafb.html Geof George


DAVID C HICKOX - 09/03/99 19:03:45
My URL:http://bla
My Email:blazefire@ameritech.net
How did you find our site: search engine

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USAF SECURITY POLICE FROM 15 NOV 71 TO 15 NOV75 STATION IN U-TAPAO THAILAND 73-74 WORKED WITH K-9 ON OCCASION ON TIGER FLIGHT


edgar sangalang - 09/02/99 03:00:45
My Email:anakbangkal@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: just surfing...

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Well,I just thought to drop some note about your story. I thought it was great. I'm glad that you guys had a good time in the P.I. Well,I was there in 80's.I was a Police officer there in Angeles City and Manila.I was part of the Interpol,and affiliated i New York(INEOA).I've just visited P.I. and Angeles and also Clark Air Base which is a big time tourist spot now.. I had a great time on my visit. I always thought on coming back there for good someday...I'd like you thank you guys again for remembering m country.. So long and good luck to all of you!!


Bill Louk - 08/24/99 18:40:27
My URL:http://www2.rpa.net/~wloukjr
My Email:wloukjr@rpa.net

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Well it is all over for this year. But wait till next year. We had between 25-30 show up and each had a great time. The Crockett Hotel was great whatever we needed we just asked and the brought it to us. They really made the reunion 1st class. If you missed this years plan on being there for the next one. We will have more about it in a couple of months. I hope you can try to make it next year.


Mike Edwards - 08/23/99 11:22:46
My Email:mike.edwards@rs.af.mil
How did you find our site: K-9 Luck!!!

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Served proudly at Clark AB 1986-1987. Met the best folks of my Air Force career there. Folks like SSgt Bob Denniston, the old boss man in the our K-9 flight who taught us to cover our "Six" and do our job! Taught us alot about K-9 and even more about o rselves! Folks like Trout, Rosa, Mclean, Broderick, Miller, Neiswender, Coffia, Alverez, Cole, and far too many others to name made the many long nights fun. K-9 were the bastard children of the 3rd SPG, but we wouldn 't of had it any other way....Remember Steve Faust!


Yvonne V.Perez - 08/15/99 04:05:20
My Email:YVPR@usa.net
How did you find our site: Sadler

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Just a correction on the times that I was stationed at Clark AB Sept 1975 thru Jan 1977. Had the pleasure of working and training with Bob Gray the first two years of my military career... during L.E. school in TX.... K-9 school..and Clark AB... God bles you Bob.. Glad to have been best of friends/Miss you .. "Perez"


Yvonne V.Perez - 08/15/99 03:40:02
My Email:YVPR@usa.net
How did you find our site: Was notified by supervisor(Sadler)

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Was stationed in the P.I. from Sept '76 until Jan "77, would love to hear from every one that I had the pleasure to work and party with during my tour at Clark AB...I had K-9 "Spike"(great Jeep dog) and was on all of the flights, at one time or another... LOL , worked alot of bomb dump and Circle Antenna ....Out of all my tours during my time in the Air Force..Clark AB(and all of the people which I share my time there with) was the best time of my life in the military.... I hope to hear from all of you and every one that remember our good times.. YVPR@usa.net "Perez"(Yvonne/K-9 Spike Y233)


Yvonne V.Perez - 08/15/99 03:36:18
My Email:YVPR@usa.net
How did you find our site: Was notified by supervisor(Sadler)

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Was stationed in the P.I. from Sept '76 until Jan "77, would love to hear from every one that I had the pleasure to work and party with during my tour at Clark AB...I had K-9 "Spike"(great Jeep dog) and was on all of the flights, at one time or another... LOL , worked alot of bomb dump and Circle Antenna ....Out of all my tours during my time in the Air Force..Clark AB(and all of the people which I share my time there with) was the best time of my life in the military.... I hope to hear from all of you and every one that remember our good times.. "Perez"(Yvonne/K-9 Spike Y233)


John Woods - 08/13/99 22:10:11
My Email:paramedic@softcom.net
How did you find our site: Bill sadler

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I was assigned to mwds @ Clark 70-72, 75-77. While there i worked a dope dog first time and was flight chief "B" shift second time there If anyone would like to contact me please do (dont hold any grudges please) was only doing my job lol paramedic@ oftcom.net I am very proud to have been a part of the greatest k-9 section in the world bar none. Hope to hear from you all. ahhhh-up


James Gustafson - 08/07/99 16:17:43
How did you find our site: Cheech Sanchez

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Rode a horse from '78 to '81


James Gustafson - 08/07/99 16:17:25
How did you find our site: Cheech Sanchez

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Rode a horse from '78 to '81


James Gustafon - 08/07/99 16:16:14

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Paul Oshiro - 07/31/99 04:26:32
My Email:paulie@execpc.com
How did you find our site: Another handler

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Arrived February 77 to Clark, man it was hot and humid when we got off that Stretch 8. Best I can remember, I only knew Jeff Gates. Was stationed with Jeff at Kinchloe in Michigan. Got to know some very nice people during my stay. People I remember,,, Of course Debra Harrison from RP. Ramiro and Debbie Garza. Debbie Blancette, and Ellen Thomas, Granthom, his picture is in here somewhere. There are many more. Took a lot of pictures while I was there, a lot! I first listend to Genesis at a friend's house off base. Got to know him through a mutual friend at Dog School. Bonnie Harwood was her name. Yes It's all comming back now. I was Posted close to the runway, the flight line side. It was late afternoon, was on post maybe an hour or two. I heard Bob on the radio, I could see him pull into the Jet Test Cell area the other side of the Active runway.I continued to the South with Lobo, Me and my dog and an MSD can. "Post something or other,to Shotgun radio check." It wasn't long after Shotgun dispatched Greg Davis to Jet Test Cell. I could here Greg now and then on my shit radio. Then I saw many vehicles responding. I headed back North with Lobo to get a better look. Bob died that day. We were all deeply moved by this. Debra and I went to the flight line, everyone was in their Blues that day as we watched, Bob's body was loaded onto the plane. Most of us went to the little bar outside Shotgun. It was pretty quiet. There are many people I remember, their faces only. Some by Name. I think I grew up at the P.I., like so many other young men and women. I went to customs in Jun of 79, said good bye, and got on the plane back to the world. I still have those Genesis albums, Thanks Bob. So whatever happened to Paul Neuman and Roger and Sieborne. What about Tony. Hello Ed 26 Green. Paul Groh aka Oshiro 414-238-9131, Germantown WI. paulie@execpc.com


C/Capt. S.L. Thudium - 07/29/99 22:10:07
My Email:AFJROTC811
How did you find our site: Looking for info. on K-9's in the Air Force

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I liked your site. Do you have any link's to other Military K-9 traning site's. In the next 2 years I will be going in to the Air Force and I would like to work with dogs as a MP.


MILFORD (DOC) HOLLIDAY - 07/16/99 13:50:05
My Email:HOLLIDAYDOC15@HOTMAIL.COM
How did you find our site: FROM A FRIEND...RICK LAROCQUE

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I was stationed at Clark from Sep 77 to Jan 79. Many of the names on this site are familiar, but there are a few I haven't seen....Ellis Atkins(black guy), Atkins (white guy) Michael Horton, and Hinton. I worked Ben initially and later worked Thor. I ear after I left he ate up every handler he had until he put one in the hospital. Then he was put down right before I returned in 1982. I remember the girl with her top off in the bomb dump, getting the girls in the bomb dump, slap flare fights in the b mb dump, cooking in the bomb dump and all the other craziness that took place in the bomb dump. The thing I remeber the most was the pride and the brotherhood shared by all the handlers at Clark. And even though we were guarding trash, fenceline, exting ishers, and generals (and sometimes it felt like the flightline itself) we were proud to serve and we were even prouder of our profession. I didn't know Bob well, we worked different shifts....but as T-Bone said, he was a legend and all the new handlers ere in awe of his catches. Although a blur, as much of my first tour was, I believe I was in the Underground Bar when I heard of Bob's murder. His name wasn't important at the time, he was one of ours. We all dropped everything and ran back to base. T uly the sadest day of my career. Thanks for the memories.


Matt Barnett - 07/12/99 05:15:54
My Email:Pacaf92@aol.com
How did you find our site: looked underCAB

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I arrived at Clark in april 91 and was assigned as underdog for C Flight Security. After Pinatubo went off the K-9 section went its own way and made our own flights. I was in charge of Delta Sector which was Batanes and Sulu street area. This was the most heavily hit area after the eruption by intruders. I had 15 teams and I put 3 of them just on Batanes. Many stories to tell there. SSgt Greg Bacher was the night shift flight chief. Me and him got along great must have been that we both were fond of someon named Jim Beam. Ha Ha. Any how this is a great site and as soon as I can I'll try to send pix. I didn't leave till the end of Clark and as a matter of fact I was on the team that took back 119 dogs on a C141 for 3 days back to Lackland. Oh yea, I got pic ures of that. C-ya all Bye-Bye You


Jim McCauley - 07/11/99 01:21:18
My Email:JMFLH@aol.com
How did you find our site: Mike Sedovic told me about the site

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This site brought back some old memories. I was a patrol, detector dog handler at Clark from 9/72 thru 12/74.


John Langley - 07/06/99 03:38:35
My Email:dogman1968@aol.com
How did you find our site: VSPA link

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Former K9 type. 1964-68.


Larry Ball - 07/05/99 19:50:42
My URL:http://www.netcom.com/~lnball
My Email:glad@cheerful.com
How did you find our site: a friend told me about it. Janie Zangl

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Steven Riffel - 07/05/99 18:40:20
My Email:sjriffel@execpc.com
How did you find our site: accident

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I was a bomb dog handler at Spangdahlem AB, Germany from '85 to '87. Tim "Rock" Green and Davies were the Kennel Masters and we use to listen to many Clark K9 stories. Rose Lichtenfels was also stationed there. I spent 5 years handling a drug dog for W st Bend, WI Police Dept. Currently Captain of Sheboygan Falls Wi Police Dept - but always remain a SP Dog Handler at heart. Thank you for a great site.


Roger Lemery - 07/04/99 19:54:23
My Email:rogerlemery@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: Monty moore VSPA

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I WAS A DOG HANDLER Phucat Air Base Vietnam. My thoughts go out to the families and friends of our fallen brothers. We have a lot of good memories of our friends that did not come back to enjoy the freedoms we fought for. These men are the heroes that we ing about in our patriotic song. They have given of the ultimate sacrifice so we can live free. So let us remember them each day and live life for them. God bless you. Roger Lemery (Bltz Bon 3K03)


Ken "LICK" Licklider - 07/02/99 20:25:08
My URL:http://www.vohneliche.com
My Email:kenneth@vohneliche.com
How did you find our site: K Viator

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Served at Clark from Dec 1978 t0 July 1980. What a rush of memories. Retired from USAF in Oct 1993. Currently own a Police Service Dog school in Indiana. I have stayed in touch with a few of the guys from our group but would love to hear from any and ll. Plan to attend reunion in Aug.


Tim Brown - 06/30/99 20:49:00
My Email:tbrown4279@aol
How did you find our site: looking for k/9

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Osan 78/80 K/9 Altus 80/84 K/9 Kunsan 84/85 K/9 Eglin 85/94 K/9 FC Ret Public Defender Investigator Shalimar Fl


Jim Cazzell - 06/28/99 05:56:26
My Email:kazman@mindspring.com
How did you find our site: old kennel master george knight

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Eddie Murray - 06/25/99 03:15:54
My Email:murrayfx@earthlink.net
How did you find our site: Shear ^&*&%$ luck

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I was K-9 in Thailand in 75 and 76. I got over to the P.I. in 78 as a Heavy Weapons Instructor and got out of the war in 80. I just hooked up with some friends from Kunsan recently and started feeling nostalgic......Great job on the site... Any ideas how can find out about Udorn in Thailand?????


Gene Lowery - 06/22/99 19:12:55
My Email:genelowery@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: web

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Back on the WEB, I was at Clark AFB "The PI" from March 75-Sep 76. Handled Bomb dog Rastus V-017. I was there with Debbie Rogers, Pam Rader and Scott Thompson to name a few. Good Times. Take care and if anyone sends me an E-MAIL I will respond. Thanks Ge e Lowery


Anthony M. Mira, CMSgt - 06/22/99 18:24:39
My Email:mirat@spacecom.af.mil
How did you find our site: a friend who served with me at the 3rd SPG in the 70's...CMSgt Dave Raimondi

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I was stationed @ Clark AB during '74 - '76. Initially assigned to the 3rd LES...worked for TSgt Sam "It beehoves you, young man" Dickens, TSgt James "AF Judo expert" Lantrip..commanded by Major Johnson. I was brought over by SMSgt Fred Zarzour...who wa my superintendent at Wright-Patt. We all served with Colonel "I'm driving the tractor" Daigle. Yes, the best tour of my entire AF career was with my brothers and sisters in the 3rd SPG. I will always hold that tour of duty as the most precious. I'm c rrently serving as the commandant at the Forrest L. Vosler NCO Academy at Peterson AFB. I've been in the AF now for over 28 years and there is no other place in the world like Clark Air Base. DSN: 834-7598...(719) 556-7598. OOHRAH


CMSgt Dave Raimondi - 06/21/99 21:11:06
My Email:david.raimondi@cheyennemountain.af.mil
How did you find our site: forwarded to me by a CMSgt Bob Clougherty, who rec'd it from someone else

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Assigned 3 SPS and 3 LES, 75-76. Worked flight. Mostly was LE Desk Sgt. Big nose, mustache.


Tom Waller - 06/20/99 19:06:49
My Email:BluNitePA5@aol.com
How did you find our site: Old K-9 Tim Dewey pointed the way

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Brought Ranger D149 with me from K.I. Sawyer in '81. Left him and some good parts of me there when I left in '84. It's great to see some of the guys from years ago.


Rich Stevens - 06/18/99 19:34:21
My Email:codymuck@aol.com
How did you find our site: internet

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Was stationed at Clark from Jul 4, 1976-July 4, 1978. Worked as an RP Desk Sergeant and Area #1 Supervisor on TSgt Small's and TSgt Horne's flight my first year. Second year I was assigned to 3rd SPG as the Group Scheduler. I have many vivid memories o Bob Gray as we were on the same flight. I still have a duty roster from 21 Feb 77, where he worked his customary Post 8-0 and me and Flo Robinson were on the desk, Yeah, AIC Louk is on it working Area 1 Patrol member with his leader being Jerry Campbel . In fact I have a sketch Jerry drew called "Bomb Dump Commandos" I may be mistaken, but I believe I attended a wedding off base in which Bill Louk got married. I do remember he drank a lot of "Pop" cola. Well, it was great reliving some super memorie . Thanks, so much.


Andy Hing - 06/18/99 15:54:57
My Email:AHING7734@AOL.COM
How did you find our site: fellow handler

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The best assignment that I ever had! I did a lot of growing up the years I was there. (79-83)


Gene D. Lowery - 06/17/99 18:55:47
How did you find our site: Internet

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My name is Gene D. Lowery, I guess I'm the LOWERY on your handlers list. I was stationed in the PI from June 1975-September 1976. I was a Bomb Dog Handler, my dog was Rastus V-017, or RASMONSTER as you call him (Part sheppard part dobbie) I have numerous pictures (luved that dog). I am currently off the net. Anyone can call me at 713-693-3555 in Houston, Texas.


Fran Rice - 06/15/99 17:39:44
My Email:KD4GRU@YAHOO.COM
How did you find our site: John Grammer

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John told me about the site & get together in Tx. Arrived at Clark early '75 left in Dece.'79. Started out walking a dog "FIDO" then went in the Skoshi program with "PATCHES" & "RAWLIE". Worked them both at the same time on Pass.leaving at the MAC Term. Walked one low on the bags and the other one high o the people at the screene. Then worked a large dog "BUCK".Then just befor DEROS picked up "Spanky" and worked her till we get on the "SILVER BIRD" back to the Real World. Had a lot of great times back then.See ya'll in Texas.


Ed Tritt - 06/14/99 07:58:17
My Email:Chieft@sprintmail.com
How did you find my site: The Moore family

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Retired AF Stationed at Clark 1981 1985


Vincent Bolden - 06/12/99 16:48:14
My Email:vincent.bolden@minot.af.mil
How did you find our site: Surfing in Yahoo under the military heading.

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Rich and Rose Nemchik - 06/12/99 03:56:36
My Email:rnemchik@gateway.net
How did you find our site: Monte and Cathy Moore

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We just received information about this wonderful site from Monte and Cathy Moore. We are looking forward to the reunion. We were stationed at Clark from 1975 to 1978. We'll provide a story at a later date. Please share our e-mail address.


Tim Dewey - 06/11/99 04:32:21
My Email:dewtj@codenet.net
How did you find our site: By Chance

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I was a K-9 handler on the Hump at Clark 81-83, My MWD was Ranger D-149, I PCSed with Ranger to the PI from KI Sawyer as he was a mean handler biter and USAF believed he would better serve in the PI. They were right. My unofficial call sign was Dewey Dan er and his Dog Ranger. I came upon this site by chance and had immediate flaskbacks to the names, terminology used, stories and places. I was a meer Jeep when guys like Cheech, Ruppert, Bobaloo (Denniston), Tankink, Gumby, Tim Green, T-Bone, Joe Gaines, tkins and others mentioned were Top Dogs. This is absolutely the best site I have ever seen. To all the men and women formerly of the 3rd SPG Clark AB, RP, Best Regards from S/A Tim Dewey


Tim Dewey - 06/11/99 04:21:03
My Email:dewtj@codenet.net
How did you find our site: By Chance

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I was a K-9 handler on the Hump at Clark 81-83, My MWD was Ranger D-149, I PCSed with Ranger to the PI from KI Sawyer as he was a mean handler biter and USAF believed he would better serve in the PI. They were right. My unofficial call sign was Dewey Dan er and his Dog Ranger. I came upon this site by chance and had immediate flaskbacks to the names, terminology used, stories and places. I was a meer Jeep when guys like Cheech, Ruppert, Bobaloo (Denniston), Tankink, Gumby, Tim Green, T-Bone, Joe Gaines, tkins and others mentioned were Top Dogs. This is absolutely the best site I have ever seen. To all the men and women formerly of the 3rd SPG Clark AB, RP, Best Regards from S/A Tim Dewey


Claude W. Franks - 06/09/99 21:42:23
My Email:cwfranks@aol.com
How did you find our site: yahoo/ one of the categories under military

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I was at Kadena'76-'78. I handled a patrol dog Smokey until I went to drug school. Then I handled a skoshi dog, Trouble. I think his number was SD22. He was a very small black lab. I have no story, just wanted you to know you brought back memories..


Dawn Walsh - 06/07/99 10:35:30
My URL:http://www.angelfire.com/wa/KentVFW
My Email:kent.vfw@angelfire.com
How did you find our site: Links Page

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You have a great web page!



Dan Weaver - 06/06/99 16:08:54
My Email:dweaver907@aol.com
How did you find our site: "Z" called me

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My wife Sandy, daughter Misty, and I were at Clark 78 - 80. I was C flight K9. I'm still active duty, we're moving to Dyess AFB Tx (Abilene)July 15 99.


Andy & Janie Zangl - 06/06/99 02:53:19
My Email:androidz@citlink.net
How did you find our site: surfing for volcanos

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Dwayne C. Dobbs - 06/05/99 04:30:28
My Email:boomer98@epix.net
How did you find our site: net surfing

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I was an AF K-9 handler from 1978 till 1989, no time in the PI. 12 yrs in europe.


Don Daniel - 06/03/99 23:37:54
My Email:intellsp@aol.com
How did you find our site: AFSPA

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Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the reunion in San Antonio. For those who don't remember I was at CAB from 74-78 and the last 2 yrs was in Stan/Eval..certifying many of you.... :-) Trying to get an old friend SSgt Craig McKay (Hor e Patrol) to show up as well. If you'd like you can reach him at jeepney@prodigy.net Give me a note, look forward to talking.. Don


CLAY LOOMIS - 06/03/99 16:26:13
My Email:CDLOOMY@AOL.COM
How did you find our site: LOOKING INTERNET

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I was assigned to Clark AB, Security police. 1973-78 1980-84, Worked Triagency patrol, C flight Resourse and Law Enforcement. Just like to say miss all of you


Reggie Robinson - 05/28/99 17:34:01
How did you find our site: Cheech

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stationed at Clark from 79-82 on D FLIGHT MY DOG WAS Que. hope to attend in August. I live in Wayland New York and work at the Post Office [scary, huh.


Ted Barrett - 05/26/99 21:38:54
My Email:trafcon1@earthlink.net
How did you find our site: Surfing for Clark

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Marc: I thought your named sounded familiar. I remembered you when I saw your picture on your site. Great site by the way. I wasn't in K9 however I worked with you in RP. I was also on TSgt Schwartz's flight. Anyone remember his radio classes after a night of radio horseplay. His monotonous voice on a tape reciting radio discipline. I was a SSgt at the time, worked mostly SPCDS tower and Desk Sgt at "Shotgun". I remember Smitty, Gambert and Lopez. Great times! Anyone remember 4th of July, '80 or '81, t ere was no fireworks show. So we got together with everyone on flight and told them to check out slap flares. When the RP Desk Sgt gave the word everyone shot them off. Me and Mark Bearance were on Lily Hill with an M79 grenade launcher shooting off fl res. Then we ziggied back to the Armory to reload just as the Shift Commander arrived to check all off going SP's with empty cases. Those were the days. I still go back to the PI about once a year. My wife & I own a lot of property in Rizal and hope t retire there someday. Am currently Director of Transportation for a metro Denver city government. Everyone take care. Drop a line.


Bob Bauer - 05/22/99 22:41:41
My Email:rlbauer@hotmail.com

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stationed at Clark LE aug71 to mar73


Ralph Atkinson - 05/21/99 15:58:58
My Email:ralphwil@eclipse.net
How did you find our site: searching

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Hello. I was a dog handler in the 164th MP CO. stationed in Miesua W.Germany 1978-1980 and was looking for information like this on my unit. Any info you could give me would be welcome. Thank You.


Troy Fuller - 05/21/99 06:39:04
My Email:Troy.Fuller.135882@navy.gov.au
How did you find our site: A mate told me

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I'm a Police Dog Handler, currently serving at the Australian Navy Air Station, HMAS ALBATROSS which is situated on the East Coast of Australia, in the town of Nowra, New South Wales.


Ron Jackson - 05/21/99 02:57:08
My Email:alconbury1
How did you find our site: John Pearce

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have to put some thought into that one.


Larry Mitchell - 05/18/99 01:20:35
My Email:mitchlc@erols.com
How did you find our site: via AFSPA homepage

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Stationed at Clark 76-80; LE Operations 76-79 and Pass and ID 79-80. I was out there with every other cop on base beating the bushes looking for the SOB that killed Bob Gray. It was a long and wild four years that I'll never forget!


Russ Long - 05/16/99 18:21:10
My Email:longzoo@aol.com
How did you find our site: surfing Reserve Affairs

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I passed thru Clark on my way to Taiwan, where I spent three years working with "Toi" before our base was closed. I thought our dogs were shipped to Clark; do you know if there was ever a dog there by the name of Toi? After leaving Taiwan, I got to wor a dog at the 1980 Olympics. I really enjoyed reading the stores!! Keep up the good work!!


Chris Reinke - 05/15/99 15:05:50
My Email:Christopher.Reinke.137553@navy.gov.au
How did you find our site: Browsing through Coplink.com

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My name Chris Reinke, I am a Naval Police Dog Handler in the Australian Navy. Having a spare few moments while I am on night shift at the Naval Airbase HMAS Albatross.


Dave Hendrickson (Boss) - 05/14/99 02:49:12
My Email:boss_18@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: friend

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Mark, I served at Clark back with you. I handled Krister and Paco back then. Wow...talk about being home sick. I still remember those times. I must get in touch with you one day. Drop me an email sometime and maybe I can dig up an old photo or two for you.


Tony Miranda - 05/10/99 16:39:24
My Email:tony.miranda@army.pentagon.mil
How did you find our site: Marc Hodgdon

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MSgt (Ret) Richard Hill - 05/08/99 00:25:45
My Email:rwhill@bellsouth.net
How did you find our site: Links

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I was stationed in the Philippines, for third time, from Sept 77 to Sept 79. I was "B" Flight, Resources Protection Assistant Flight with MSgt Larry Lippi as the Flight Chief. I was also the on-duty flight chief when Bob Grey was killed and Lt. Stall was the shift commander. Many of the k-9 handlers you have listed worked for me during that time. My real nickname was "The Rock".


JEFF ALTIERI - 05/07/99 22:36:27
My Email:JALTIERI03@SNET.NET
How did you find our site: JUST SURFING

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I WAS IN THE USMC AND I DID SECURITY TOO. ALSO GOING TO ENLIST IN IN THE AIR GUARD IN SECURITY FOCE CO. COOL STORY ABOUT U GUYS OOHRAAA.


manny - 05/04/99 16:02:03
My Email:eemral@dinslaw.com
How did you find our site: search

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My story. I was stationed at Clark from Feb 74 to June 75. When I saw this website I thought I saw a ghost. Although the pictures and stories that I saw were taken many years after I left, not much has changed. I think about my guys all the time. Now I can show my little guy some of the places that are a part of me. Thanks for bringing the ghost to me. Feel free to contact me at anytime. Thanks, Manny By the way, the second patch that is listed was produced by Max Brown in 1974. He won the prize and a three day pass.


Brian K. Yeich "YIKE" - 04/20/99 02:16:25
My Email:yike9@magnatech.net
How did you find our site: Did a search on Yahoo

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I was at Clark from 1982-1985 on D Flight K-9. First Dog was Bear, then Rex, then my last dog, which was the best was Buddy D106. We had a blast in the bomb-dump...Bond Fires and hunting for the @uck you lizard! T-Bone was my flight chief for a while, then Steve Rose. I remember having the Beach Parties in or barracks "Animal House" (bldg 5192). Of course the occassional cat hangings in the hallways were cool too!


ROBERT (BOB)KEHOE - 04/19/99 18:43:55
My Email:RKEHOE@LABASIN.DCMDW.DLA.MIL
How did you find our site: WAS LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE ON THE AIR FORCE PAGE

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Mike Crittenden - 04/19/99 05:20:18
My Email:None
How did you find our site: Entered by John Pearce

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Mike Crittenden can be reached at: 2925 Reppuhn Drive Saginaw MI 48603-3179 Telephone: (517) 249-1150 Critt is doing fine. He is married to a beautiful lady with a great personality. Her name is Jenny. They have two wonderful daughters, Rachel and Rachele. Mike will probably be on line soon, but asked if I would put his mailing address and phone numbe on this page; he would like to hear from any old friends.


Tom Gill - 04/12/99 16:07:38
My Email:ICE626@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: 21gun.com link

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Worked RP from 79-80....except for a short stint in the armory towards the end....recognize quite a few names on your page....I worked the night shift and kept a fairly low profile.....except for the time I was "apprehended" in front of the entire cop force during a recall......something about a "found" generals flight cap in my dorm room...."honest first sgt, I found it and was waiting until monday to return it".....fortunately we had a very understanding super at the time (can't remember the name now) and I got off with working a day with the goon platoon filling 55 gal drums with dirt.....god, it was fun there....moved on to Hawaii after that working in the PACAF elite guard....then on the Laughlin AFB in that mecca of west Texas, Del Rio....was there 5 years until I got out in 86.....been working as a performance consultant for an airbag manufacturer in Arizona since then......if any one remembers me, drop me a line.....btw...great page Hodge.....


Wayne Adams - 04/11/99 01:18:08
My Email:strawdogs@pinoymail.com
How did you find our site: just looking

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was a nurse there from 76-82 and was with 656 Tac Hosp


STEVE ROSE - 04/08/99 09:23:28
My Email:ESORSTEVE@AOL.COM
How did you find our site: FROM RON STORIE

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CAL GLASS, I HANDLED SUNDOWN BEFORE YOU. I ALSO HANDLED JODY (DRUG DOG) BEFORE MOVING TO K-9 ASST FLIGHT CHIEF, THEN FLIGHT CHIEF. I REMEMBER THE PARTIES (OR AT LEAST PART OF THE PARTIES BEFORE GETTING TOO DRUNK AND THEN NOT REMEMBERING ANYTHING). THE BON FIRES IN THE BOMB DUMP. THE SHOWS AT THE "NIPA HUT" BAR. THE ONLY PLACE I EVER GOT A "LEGAL" DOG BITE, AND I'VE HAD A FEW. GETTING DRUNK WITH JEFF RUPERT DURING AN ORI OUTSIDE THE CLARK GATE. ALL THE CRAZY THINGS WE DID ON DUTY, AND THE EVEN CRAZIER THINGS WE DID OFF DUTY, ESPECIALLY THE ROAD TRIPS. I WON'T TRY TO NAME NAMES, CAUSE THERE ARE JUST TOO MANY WILD AND CRAZY GUYS I HAD SUCH A GREAT TIME WITH. THIS IS A GREAT SITE AND BRINGS BACK TONS OF MEMORIES. THANK YOU.


STEVE ROSE - 04/08/99 08:58:43
My Email:ESORSTEVE@AOL.COM
How did you find our site: FROM A K-9 FRIEND

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AF K-9, RETIRED DEC 1993. STATIONED IN PI DEC 1979 TO FEB 1984.


Ron Storie - 04/06/99 02:27:04
My Email:rstorie524@aol.com
How did you find our site: Mark Franzoni emailed me

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I was stationed at Clark 80-81, and 84-87. My first dog in the Air Force was Ceaser Z390, I switched to Narcotics and worked Jackie Z360. I made some good friends back then. I still correspond with Steve Rose, Andy Hing, and Mark Franzoni. I retrained in 1988. I have been a Aircraft Maintenance scheduler since then. I have four months until I hit 20 years, I am actively looking for a job. I hope to be working for Boeing. I also have a dog training business on the side. You can take me out of K-9, but you ant take the K-9 out of me.


Mark Franzoni - 04/06/99 01:04:23
My Email:Mfranzoni@aol.com
How did you find our site: Todd Gresham

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Can also reach me at FranzoniM@hanscom.af.mil Was stationed there from 79-83 and 86-90. AAAHHHH those memories. I look forward to talking and seeing you all in August 99 AAARRROOOAAAA. Man it is so great to see so many friends listed. Later


Mark Franzoni - 04/06/99 00:57:06
My Email:Mfranzoni@aol.com
How did you find our site: Todd Gresham

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Can also reach me at FranzoniM@hanscom.af.mil


Ron Storie - 04/05/99 20:44:49
My Email:rstorie524@aol.com
How did you find our site: Mark Franzoni sent it to me

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Man I eyes got all teary as I brought up the names and pictures. I got there Jan 1980. My flight chief was Sgt Ruppert, then SSgt Tankik. I am overwhelmed by this web site. Thank You for creating it.


Mike Crews - 03/31/99 17:57:27
My Email:michael.crews@littlerock.af.mil
How did you find our site: John Peirce

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Jun 78 to Sep 81. Was know as "Crash Crews" for my ability at self- energy conservation. Survived the two Article 15's I earned there and will be retiring as a MSgt 1 Jan 00. Cross trained out of K-9 in 83 into radio maintenance and cross trained agian in 90 to be a Boom Operator on KC-135's. Been doing that ever since. Was at the right place at the right time and flew air refueling missions in Desert Storm. The P.I was a great first assignment. I remember all the great scuba diving and thankfully forgotten most of the drinking (till I ran into John Peirce and he reminded me)!


Ron McFalls - 03/31/99 07:43:53
My Email:rmcfalls@kda.attmil.ne.jpp
How did you find our site: surfed in

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It was my pleasure to often be the area sup for numerous K-9's attatched to the mighty Dragon SPS flight 83-85.


Mike McKenna - 03/31/99 06:50:43
My Email:MMcKenna@aol.com
How did you find our site: John Pierce

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WOW is all I can say. I was stationed at Clark from 79-81. My dog was Bauwolf, I was his first handler out of Lackland, he was 2 then, what memories. I would love to hear from other handlers of Bauwolf and anyone who knew me. Great job Hodge, thank yo from the bottom of my heart, I needed this.


John Pearce - 03/31/99 05:28:51
My Email:pearcejohn@aol.com
How did you find our site: Friend

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I was stationed at Clark from 80-83, and 88-91. My first tour was by far the best. I worked JJ, Satan L101, and Smokey C030. I'm still on active duty stationed at the DoD Dog School, Lackland AFB. The friendships I gained through that tour, are my str ngest friendships to date. I recognized many names I had thought of often and are glad to be back in contact with, THANKS Hodge!


Ray Salazar - 03/28/99 18:57:33
My Email:feenix4@aol.com
How did you find our site: from another Clark Site

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Was in the PI from 1974-76, worked RP (SHOTGUN) even stood guardmount with K-9 behind the Armory. Went to work in the Armory in August of 1974. Was there when Larry Gaff ? was shot and Col Daigle responded to the Armory from off base to help find the shoo er(s). Was also involved with the evac of Tan Son Nhut AB, in April of 1975.


Dave Bledsoe - 03/27/99 07:10:03
My Email:caff@jps.net
How did you find our site: Yahoo

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First of all, Clark was K9 for the Air Force! You guys taught everyone who came after you what it meant to be K9. I lived in the shadow of Clark handlers from 1987 thru 1997 and never came close to reaching your heights. Thanks for leading the way on the job and off for those who followed you. The job has changed and those who loved the job for the dog and handlers have gone, but the memory lives on. Dave


Morton "Bull" Durham - 03/20/99 17:19:52
My Email:mkdurham@earthlink.net
How did you find our site: www.askjeeves.com

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Ferried F-4 Phantom Jets from Vietnam to repair facility at Clark Field during 1968. Met many wonderful Philippine people while briefly stationed at Clark. Later flew 97 combat missions during 1968/69 over N. Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Have returned to the Philippines several times on business, but never revisited Clark. Great memories. Sorry the base has closed!


Sheryll Putnam-Elston - 03/16/99 00:17:39
My Email:ardenlowe@aol.com
How did you find our site: surfing

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My father, Elwood Putnam, was assigned to Clark Air Force Base in the mid to late seventies. He did his job well, and for years, the motto, the unqualified...ungrateful...was the theme of the Clark histories. My father is doing well, living a good life n Texas, helping people. (He's still my hero!!!!!)


Tod Sockman - 03/14/99 16:24:48
My URL:http://www.hotmail.com
My Email:tsockman.hotmail.com
How did you find our site: surfin'

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I unfortunately missed some of the glory days of being a K-9 handler in the 70's at Clark. Some of the troops I was stationed with at Clark from 87 - 91 told me some great stories, some of them were unusal. Some of the better stories I was able to pass on (I'm sure they were completely butchered over the years) to some of my troops and the new handlers. There is nothing more satisfying then working a police dog. After working K-9 foot patrol for 3 1/2 years in the PI I PCS'd to Mather AFB in Sacramento. I worked a bomb dog for two years and worked some great details. Then I PCS'd to Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs, CO handling a narcotics dog. All of my stateside assignments were great but nothing like the thrill of the chase in the dense vegitation of Clark. Soon I will be picking up a K-9 position in my current position working for the West Sacramento PD. I think all of the training and experience I had at Clark will carry over into the civilian sector and someday save my life. So to all of the handlers that came before me and paved the way and established the K-9 corp of today - I SALUTE YOU! Tod Sockman K-9 Handler Clark 12/87 thru 05/91


Al Wylie - 03/12/99 15:06:28
My Email:awylie98@aol.com
How did you find our site: Alan Polen

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Mar79-Sep80, "D"Flight, My Dog: Tiger, I too remember how TSGT Swhartz was out to get Smitty. I still talk about Smitty and Bojangles, I can still see Bojangles attacking the tires on the M151s. My supervisors were Atkins & Hedrick. Running buddies Al P len, Marc Walker & Kieth Usery.


Al Wylie - 03/12/99 14:07:20
My Email:awylie98@aol.com
How did you find our site: Alan Polen

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SMSgt Randy McFadden - 03/11/99 19:53:25
My Email:rrmcfadden@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: Search

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81150A Security Police Dog Handler from 1975-1980 Myrtle Beach and Bitburg AB. IF they had left me in K9 I would probably still be a cop. But going through reductions, they sent me back to security so I crosstrained. Now stationed at Randolph AFB working in communications.


Debbie (Lambert) Garza - 03/11/99 08:55:16
My Email:garza@sing.af.mil
How did you find our site: A guy I was stationed with at Eglin knew of it and emailed me

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Vince Montello - 03/08/99 10:03:07
My Email:pesto@jps.net
How did you find our site: a link from another Clark site

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Hi. I'm a writer based in Los Angeles, California. I'm putting together a pitch for a TV series set at Clark in the 70's. I stumbled upon this site and it made me rethink a few things about the show's focus. At first, I didn't know the K9 group existe , and now I find it very interesting. If you, or anyone else has an interesting story about being in the PI (especialy in the 70s...) I'd love to hear it. You can reach me at pesto@jps.net. Vince Thanks in advance. And for the curious, no I've never been to Clark, but I'm visiting the former base in the spring.


Tim Green - 03/06/99 23:47:05
My URL:http://www.micron.net
My Email:tmtrng@micron.net
How did you find our site: Accidently

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Hello, My name is Tim Green (ROCK), I was stationed at Clark AB from 7-79 to 7-82 as a K9 handler. I handled MWD "KUMA", after Ken Licklider went to the detector dog program. I patrol the wash with Rick (Nimmi) Hill and Thunder, worked the CMS area with Dale Warke and "CRASH" Cruz. I also worked with Carol "Angel" Allen, on "Seeker" on the flightline. In 1980, I completed the drug dog program at Clark with "PONCHO". Boy, what a bunch of memories this Web site has revived. I now work for the Twin Falls Idaho Police Department as K9 Handler / Trainer.


Ramiro "Ram" Garza - 03/02/99 07:34:20
My Email:garza@nrccsg.navy.mil
How did you find our site: symonjr@gnt.net

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I have a story? Assigned to Clark Feb 77 - Nov 79. dogs name Angus N023 one of the first BIO dogs at Clark, I trained and brought him back from Okinawa Aug 77. Played Softball Greenberet Bar Team. Lived in the modular barracks till move behind LiLLy Hill. Names I remember, Shine, Bendus, Doc, (Girl)Caskey,(girlAC/DC) Blancett, Smittie, Vietor, Grammer, Woods, both Sadlers, Gambert, Myers, Denniston, worked with Bob Gray, girl Perez, Girl Lambert(Debbie whom I married) had a motorcycle (Shadow), then a car white 2dr, will add more later I'm at work right now living in Singapore working for the Navy.


Tim Green (Rock) - 03/02/99 07:13:48
My Email:Not yet established
How did you find our site: First time on Internet

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I was stationed at Clark A.B. July 79 - July 82, first as a Resource Protection K-9 Handler and then as a C&I "Snooper" handler on the flightline. (Remember the FREEDOM BIRDS"?) I was assigned K-9 "Kuma", TAT# L159, (I believe). Sr.Airman Ken Lickleider (?) was handling Kuma, then went to a Detector Dog. Kuma was 59 lbs of BAD!!! I then handled a Drug dog named "Poncho" that I took through Narc school. I now work for the Twin Falls Police Department in Idaho. If you were there, I would love to here from you!!!!!!


Ed Green - 02/24/99 04:00:25
My Email:edgreen86@aol.com
How did you find our site: the usual

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Second time I'm "signing" here. I should have *read* the guestbook first. My God, what a great job you're done. And my God, the names and memories! Christ, I don't cry all that much these days, but thanks to you guys and gals... all the memories are coming back! The Zangles, Reggie, Monty Moore and the ones I haven't heard from. Dave Grantham, Kitt Grimm, Deb Blancett (sp?), Mike Mason and on and on. Thanks for this web site! Thanks for the memories! If you need some pictures, I think I can hunt one or two up for you!


Ed Green - 02/24/99 03:40:55
My Email:edgreen86@aol.com
How did you find our site: just cruising

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For those of you who don't remember me, I'm Ed Green. I handled one of the bomb dogs over in the PI, Blue from 77 to 79. Bob Gray and I were good friends, and looking at your web site brings back a lot of memories. I hope to hear from some of you if yo 've got a moment to spare.


Paul Robak - 02/21/99 18:24:12
My Email:p.robak@worldnet.att.net
How did you find our site: By way of SF Homepage

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I was at CAB from Jan 76-Apr77, 3rdLES A Flt with MSgt Goolesby and Capt Brown. After 6 months went to Resource Protection working for MSgt Paul Risinger(Ricebug) and Capt Kent Groth. Finding this site really hit home, especially the tribute to Bob Gra . Thought there were only a few fading memories of Bob out there. Glad to see someone did something to pay tribute to him. I knew Bob only in passing, used to meet him in the Cantina in the "SHOTGUN" compound during shift change. Very quiet and dedicat d person. Sifting thru the guestbook, I found a few recognizeable names, McKay of the Horse Patrol and Poynter. Damn, those were the days. Never had an assigned like that again. I'll never forget those mid shifts in the bomb dump, tower #3 that was by the road that lead to the Mabalacat Gate. The K-9 handlers would meet at the backside and roast hotdogs. I remember this one female dog handler who rode in an M-151 jeep around the dump without her top on. She was blond and built to the hilt. The p ota page of the K-9 area and guardmount area brought back memories too. I have a few of me in front of the base armory and with the "PIG", the armored car that we used to transfer funds around the base. I remember "BIG JOE" Daigle like it was yesterday I remeber seeing him grading the perimeter road by the elephant cage/Negrito area on a holiday weekend, his cigar hanging out of his mouth, looking more like a Navy Sea Bee. Well, that's my story. I got you bookmarked now and plan on returning to see if anybody remembers me, probably not. I may catch someone I know and will contact them. Thanks for doing this. Never expected to see the 3rd LES Homepage. Keep up the ood work.


Ken Booker - 02/21/99 16:32:49
My Email:kbook@webmail.bellsouth.net
How did you find our site: vada

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I was station at clark fron May 69 to September 1970. I Have some pictures that I would like to share. Please let me know. Thanks Ken Booker


David Hufford - 02/19/99 19:47:42
My Email:aho30@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: Browsing MWD

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I was a handler from 1977-1986. Never stationed at Clark even though I had orders with Clark as a follow-on to Kunsan in 85, I canceled it. Like most handlers in at the time, I remember Bob Gray's murder very well.( I was on my first tour at Kunsan AB at the time.) I also remember some of the misleading "rumors and propaganda" that we initially heard about it. I enjoyed seeing many of the guys I've served with on other bases listed. A friend of mine from L.E. and K-9 school who was stationed at Clark beginning in the fall of 1977 is not listed; Ron Morris. Would love to here from any of the guys I knew, (especially those who were at Kunsan 77-78 and 83-84) or any dog handler. This is a great site.


Cal Glass - 02/19/99 07:06:36
My Email:cal@sl.net
How did you find our site: Referred by a fellow handler

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I was assigned to Clark AB from Aug 81 thru Feb 83. I was assigned to Sundown. One night, soon after I was there, I was caught sleeping at the SatCom facility by the K-9 Flt. Chief. I heard a radio squelch and got up and reported my post as all secure and he replied "How do you know?" I looked down and saw Sundown was snoozing too. I only dodged an Articale 15 by a set of unique cirmstances. I later heard that Bob Rose, Sundown's previous handler, had been known to relax on post occaisionally. Well, Sundown and I worked things out and we had a great time and stayed awake on those sometime very long mids. One night I released Sundown at some noise and movement in the Drop Zone and followed him in. I soon realized we were both running to a Water Boo. I recalled him and we both headed back to the fish ponds. Needless to say, I was laughing at that for awhile and I still chuckle. I worked a lot nights with Gary Schultz and Buster too. After working Sundown, I was assigned to Jessie, a patrol/drug dog. I had a great time working with, Derek Duncan and Konic, looking for dope. What a hoot that was. This sight is absolutely fantastic, I recognize a lot of names on your list of handlers that were there when I was. Thanks


HB - 02/19/99 01:44:54
My Email:HRUN75788
How did you find our site: THRU RAY

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Roger H. Brushaber II - 02/15/99 10:04:12
My Email:rogerandmichelle@gci.net
How did you find our site: Surfing for K-9 sites

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Was a dog handler stationed at Clark from mid 85 to 87. I was known as "Beef" on the K-9 freq. Was friends with Faust who was a dog handler on C flight with me--He was assassinated on his way home from work. I worked Roger C112 until the day he died then worked Buddy (can't remember his damn tattoo #. Looking for any other handlers who were with me back in the day. Great site--Seen a photo of Marty Jones--was my kennel master from Incirlik AB, Turkey in 88-89 time frame--saved my career. I'm now the kennel master at Eielson. Give me a holler!


debbie harlow-rogers - 02/13/99 05:27:17
My Email:dharlow@gte.net
How did you find our site: infoseek

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i was stationed at clark from feb 75-oct 76. i was originally assigned to c flight k-9. my flight chief was warren kimberlan and our assistant flight chief was don gravely. c flight had to be the best group of guys that anyone could be assigned to. when i arrived there was only one other female dog handler at clark and she was working narcotics. of course as soon as they saw someone new they immediately tried to get you to be a narc before you had a chance to be corrupted. bob damesworth was the asst ken elmaster at the time. i decided to decline because clark was the only base at that time that you could work a dog the way it was intended. we as everyone new were part of resources protection. i would love to here from some of the old guys that were a p rt of the old c flight. i worked the dogs moose and buke. buke i took thru explosive detector dog school at kadena okinawa back i believe in 75. i did 3 months tdy over in anderson afb guam in 76 while they sent someone back to the states to go the bom dog school. all i can say is that i have many fond memories of my time spent at clark. oh yeah before i forget it just came back to me. sgt owens was the kennelmaster at clark at the time. colonel dagle was our commander over at the 3rd sps. i would lov to hear from anybody who was stationed over at clark at that time including b flight law enforcement. i worked the swat team with them when i got back from bomb dog school. also any of the old customs people who worked over at the mac terminal it would b great to hear from you!!!!!!


Mike Bishop - 02/09/99 17:16:21
My URL:http://www.angelfire.com/va/k9cop
My Email:bishop2@erols.com
How did you find our site: VDHA

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Visit my web page of police and military K9 unit insignia. I will be featuring patches and pins from many military dog units. Like to hear from all former and current handlers. Web site is http://www.angelfire.com/va/k9cop


Fred Cobb - 02/07/99 18:37:50
My Email:fred.a.cobb@lmco.com
How did you find our site: VSPA website

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Just like to say hi to some fellow dog handlers. If any of you are VietNam dog handlers you might be interested in joining the VDHA. They have a great website also. My best friend in the Air Force was a dog handler at Clark in 1963-65 time frame. His name was Larry Knedler. He was from Ponca City, Oklahoma. We were handlers together at Carswell AFB, TX. He got out and I went to VietNam. I also was a handler at U-Tapao. Take care.


Fred Cobb - 02/07/99 18:37:51
My Email:fred.a.cobb@lmco.com
How did you find our site: VSPA website

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Just like to say hi to some fellow dog handlers. If any of you are VietNam dog handlers you might be interested in joining the VDHA. They have a great website also. My best friend in the Air Force was a dog handler at Clark in 1963-65 time frame. His ame was Larry Knedler. He was from Ponca City, Oklahoma. We were handlers together at Carswell AFB, TX. He got out and I went to VietNam. I also was a handler at U-Tapao. Take care.


MSgt Gil Almaraz - 02/05/99 18:55:49
My Email:gilbert.almaraz@randolph.af.mil
How did you find our site: Recommended by other K-9 Handlers

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Was told about the website and wanted to visit and say hello! I went through Patrol Dog School in 1980 and went to Kunsan Korea. I had plenty of friends who got assigned to the PI. Great Website! MSgt Gil Almaraz, Military Working Dog Action Officer, Q AETC/Security Forces


Lou Robillard "Robby" - 02/04/99 03:50:03
My URL:http://att.net
My Email:bilikitic@att.net
How did you find our site: Steve Myers

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Still alive (unbelievable). Still married to the same girl and have two grandkids as a result of our efforts. I can't believe the site! Who would've guessed someone "Hodge" (after I read your stories I started to connect who you are...armpit bite) and Bill Louk who called one night after Steve Myers gave me the skinny on the site. I found Big John Grammers "Nighthawk" site first and just kept going. Bumped into Bob Denniston's wifes site and got a kick out of that. Last time I saw Bob, he was going through Bomb Dog training at Lackland and was going through a Kennelmaster course, or, some such thing. Out for now, wish everyone my best, Robby


KEITH TROUTT - 02/03/99 17:07:39
My Email:SAM1967@IX.NETCOM.COM
How did you find our site: NIGHTHAWK PAGE

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I WAS STATIONED AT CLARK FROM 1987-1989 ON B FLIGHT. MY FIRST DOG WAS BRUNO P090. AT THE TIME HE WAS REALLY SHOWING AND FEELING HIS AGE-BUT HE WAS STILL QUITE PROTECTIVE. HIS HIPS WERE GOING BAD AND I AM SURE HE WAS IN A LOT OF PAIN. IN 87, THEY PUT THE OLD WARRIOR DOWN WHILE I WAS HOME ON LEAVE. I DID'N KNOW THEY WERE GOING TO DOI IT. IF I DID, I WOULD HAVE STAYED WITH HIM. I THEN PICKED UP RUDY, A MALINOIS THAT WAS THE BEST DOG I EVER HANDLED. I'M PROUD TO SAY THAT I AM ONE OF YOU AND WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER CLARK AIR BASE AS THE WILDEST ASSIGNMENT I E ER HAD. BY THE WAY, THANK YOU GUYS-YOU SERVED IN A HARD TIME, WE YOUNGER GUYS RESPECT AND HONOR YOU.


Jim Hazelton - 02/02/99 02:33:13
My Email:JHazelton@BOP.GOV

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I am former K-9 instructor. I was at Lackland when Gray was killed. Saw many names I either put through school or worked with. My last tour was at Andrews. Monty Moore and I were LE flight Chiefs. Not bad for next K-9s. Well done on the website


Bill Cobb - 01/30/99 03:42:16
My Email:Bilcob@aol.com
How did you find our site: APSPA link

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Worked "C" Flight Law Enforcement at Clark 1966 to 1967. Worked as sector supervisor, tiger units, and the Main and the side gate (Clarkview). Spent all my off duty time on Fields Ave at the VIP and the Phil-Am and at Paulines Club.


Howell "Holly" Siiard - 01/25/99 02:46:53
My Email:bholly1@yahoo.com
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Thanks for the Memories. While looking through your site I was delighted to see the following handlers that I also was stationed with: Kenneth Licklider, Shaw AFB, SC; John Grammer, Osan AB, Korea; Monty Moore, Lowry AFB, CO; and Tommie Williams, Shaw AFB, SC. Thanks again for yoyr stories and pictures. I was never stationed at Clark, but from the stories I've heard over the years. It sure seems like I have had two tours there. Howell "Holly" SIniard, (Ret. MSgt)


Greg Harrod - 01/24/99 00:28:34
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Love your page! I can almost smell Angeles again. I was a "D" Flight Security ramp rat from 7 Dec. '64 to 10 June '66. It's great to see all these Clark AB pages cropping up. Sure brings back a lot of memories.


Don Daniel - 01/24/99 00:16:52
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From 1974-78 I was a SSgt attached to 3d SPG Training and responsible for the Stan/Board training/certification of many of the K-9 handlers at CAB..I would like to say hello and that I miss all of you who went thru the washouts w/us and to say thank you f r everything..Don


Dick Berghorn - 01/19/99 08:05:27
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633rd SPS Plieku AB, RVN Rommel A861 Sep '66 - May '68


Steve Myers - 01/18/99 12:55:28
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I'm looking for two old K9 friends from the PI. A Joe Gaines and Don Michaels if anyone know their whereabouts please e-mail. Greatly appreciated!


CW "Cowboy"McKAY - 01/17/99 23:31:15
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Fellow Cop's. I'm former Staff Sergeant McKAY, NCOIC Mounted Horse Patrol, Clark Resource Protection 1974-78. I was on duty the night SrA Gray was Killed at the Jet Test Cell and K-9 "Casy" sustained wound with Bob's Revolver. I recall two individual's a prehended near Dau trying to leave base. I assisited in search and provided support during massive Air Ground search of Dau/Mabalacat area where Military Working Dog's "Overheated" during day time sweep's. We provided ICE by Horse back to revive Dog's and help MWD Handler's. I recall Commander's were "Lt.Col Lafon, and Col., Joseph G. "Big Joe" Daigle. A sighting was made of what I beleived was the third intruder that was involved in SrA Gray's Murder. He escaped. This event has affected me greatly and I have until now help a personnal, lonely yearly remembrance of Bob and of many of You. I read with great interest the Roll of Security Policemen and Women. I recall the first day's when Women were brought to Clark AFB and Joined our rank's as Police person el. I'm sitting here typing, tear's welling and spilling down cheek thinking how good it would be to Chat, talk or better yet to see many of the Men and Women I served with at Clark. I remember many of you by reading name's. Long time comrad's. Of all t e time spent on various post's and diffront SP Command's I felt Clark Air Base and Mounted Horse Patrol best. Many of you may have accompanied our mission to Saigon Vietnam on operation Baby Lift/New Life 1975. Night's and Hot Day's in the Wash Out's wil forever provide memorie's. I'm new to Computer's. decided to come into the age this past October and am recently joined AFSPA and Viet Nam Security Police Assn. I live in Byron, Minnesota and my E-Mail is currently cwmckay@prodigy.net I would welcome an and all contact's and will attempt to get on line with you tues/fri/sat as mentioned. I have a copy of Star's and Stripe article on Bob's being placed on Plane for Home at Clark should any one want a copy. Thank's "Hodge" for the thoughtfullness of a we page. You have done a lot for me today just seeing it. Any of you out ther close to Minnesota. ?? Let me hear from you. Old Cowboy is still hanging on and Radio sign #60 will respond to any call from a fellow Security Policeman. God Bless all of You 1 -4 Sincerely CW "Cowboy" McKAY


Brian Hastings - 01/14/99 21:33:18
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I was at clark from mar 77 to jun 78. I knew P. Ridley, R. Garza, D. Blancett. Would love to find out if they are still to be found. I lived in Ramiro's dorm for sometime and had the opportunity to visit a few dogs at red horse. I was a supply weenie. Had a good time with the dog boys.


Mark Pietsch - 01/14/99 17:34:00
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I am an USAF active duty handler going through Airman Leadership School and doing a heritage paper on MWD handlers during the Vietnam War.


William Carpinona - 01/12/99 23:22:56
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Forgot something: Anybody remember Edward "Two-six Eddie" Green? Tell him Carpy says "Hi". Anyone remember me? If so, drop a line. And, don't give apples to them girls!


William Carpinona - 01/12/99 23:02:03
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Stationed at Clark AB, PI from 1977 to 1978 and was handler of "Coors" (yeah, the loser of a K-9 they called a dog) and "Ripper". Worked for Reggie Spiegel and John Simms. As for Robert "Bob" Gray, I worked with him and spent numerous hours in the washouts trying to capture the scum that killed him. It was a sad time at Clark the day that Bob died.


William Carpinona - 01/12/99 23:00:11
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Stationed at Clark AB, PI from 1977 to 1978 and was handler of "Coors" (yeah, the loser of a K-9 they called a dog) and "Ripper". Worked for Reggie Spiegel and John Simms.


Karl Abbott - 01/11/99 05:27:41
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I forgot to mention...the legend of Bob Gray was still living while I was there in the late '80s. Also, the part about strait legs being afraid to follow us isn't a bust on them. I remember having to go out there without Krash (he was on medical profile) and being scared shitless, and it was during a coup attempt to boot. When Krash was with me, nobody could come withing 400 meters without me knowing they were there. Without Krash, as long as I didn't step on them, I wouldn't know they were there. I don't no how anyone can go into a jungle at night without a dog, and I don't envy anyone who's had to do it.


Karl Abbott - 01/11/99 05:02:15
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I was stationed at Clark from March of '88 to March of '90. I am still a "Guardian of the Night", but no one calls us by that name anymore. My dog's name was Kurass, but I called him Krash. I haven't thought about those days in a long time. After read ng some of the posts in your guestbook, a lot of memories came back to me. I remember singing "Dogs of War" by Pink Floyd with the other dog handlers on my flight at a bar called the Zoo. I was on "Dragon" Flt on the Security side, by the way. I rememb r seeing the eyes of another dog team reflecting moonlight as they crossed a stream to catch up with me. I remember "strait legs" being too afraid to follow us into the "Wash". I remember waiting for two hours for help to come the first time I caught in ruders, because nobody knew where Kilo-51 was...not strait legs anyway, and being as it was my first night on post, I didn't know either. I remember standing in the bathroom at the Detroit air port and thanking God I was home. But most of all, I remembe the strength of the friendships I made there. I've run into one or two here and there since. Got a phone call from a couple. But I haven't heard from any of the gang in at least six years now. I will never have friends like that again. And the sad p rt is...I know it. I don't know what happened to Krash Dawg. I heard a friend of mine who I called Kathleen (I can't remember her real name) worked him after I left.


John Imburgio - 01/08/99 21:21:24
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I was a MWD patrol/explosives detector 78-79. I was at clark when Gray was murdered and went out looking for the perps. I am now a Sgt. with the Vermont State Police in Bradford, Vermont.


Mike Ball - 01/08/99 04:46:23
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Mark Just wanting to know if you could add Bruno(P090) to the list of K-9 warriors. He was about 6 when I had him in 81' while at Clark. Still have his picture hanging in my office on a wooden plague. Thanks alot.


Ray Sanchez (CHEECH) - 01/06/99 01:54:15
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I was stationed at Clark from 1/77 to 5/82. Starting back with the old timers until I was an old timer. Just want to say hello. I just wanted to throw out a couple of names.If I don't get your name, sorry!! Starting out with Meyers, Robby, Spiegel,Spangler,Ross,Denniston,Kee,Ko, Licklider,Mitch,Brasher,Gumby,Pablo,Bubba Patterson,Robinson,Dolan,Gaither,the Rush's,Viator,Pierce,Gus and Berryhill from horse patrol. Baldy Lucero from RP, the Zangl's, Graham,Kramer,Caskey,Atkins,Bendus,Olinger,Zing, Grammer,Denny Rogers,Cash Lindsey. Just wanted to say hello and thank you all for the good times.I was one of the guys to squeeze into Grammer's VW thing!! To Bob Gray, to let him know that he is missed and thought about.To Ghengis the dog I worked, miss ya. I could go on but to the people I did not name you are still thought about!!


Mark Parrish - 01/05/99 23:40:19
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I was stationed at Camp John Hay Aug 90-Jun 91. Kennelmaster/Trainer/LE Flight Chief. John Hay closed in Jun 91 (During Pinatubo eruptions). Reassigned to the 3rd SPS (Clark AB) in Jun 91 and assumed duties as Asst Kennelmaster and NCOIC of MWD Trainin . Worked at the kennels until the gates closed in Nov 91. Interesting note: In Jun 1991, prior to the eruptions of Mt Pinatubo over 20,000 military and civilian personnel were evacuated (never to return) from Clark Air Base. The eruptions of Mt Pinatu o had a devastating impact on the local economy. Combined with the fact that over 2000 fully furnished military housing units were left unoccupied, the intruder rate skyrocketed. For several years leading up to the eruptions (maybe longer?) there was a s ick K-9 release policy in place. Handlers could not release their dog unless confronted with a life threatening situation. With the increase of thefts and intruder activity following the eruptions, the release policy was relaxed. In the first month foll wing the change in the release policy (Aug 91), there were an average of 2-3 releases a night. Initially, the dogs were not following-up once released and were reluctant to bite. After several years of biting American K-9 handlers dressed in BDU's the d gs were clueless. During this period we had several Filipinos (DOD) dog handlers working with us. We took these handlers, dressed them in civvies, and conducted post penetrations with hidden wraps. After a few weeks, the bite rate dramatically improved and continued until our departure in Nov 91. We recorded over 60 dog bites during this period. It was not uncommon for the PAF (Philippine Air Force) guards to engage in fire fights along the perimeter during this time. I am unaware of any of our handle s involved in this activity other than being shot at by intruders. We had some injuries but thankfully, nothing serious. I was interested in reading the material on Gray. I can assure that while I was at Clark, his name was spoken with reverence and adm ration. There was a plaque honoring him in the break room. I believe the plaque was sent to the Security Force Museum at Lackland, but I'm not sure. Enjoyed your site. MSgt Mark Parrish HQ AFSPC/SF Peterson Air Force Base CO


Michael Cosmen - 01/03/99 05:39:55
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Thanks for the memorys guys, I was stationed at Clark 81-83, after you guys, but I was lucky to work with Bob Dennison and Jim Poulton, both great guys(where are they now?) I started off handling Kyro, a german shepard/great dane mix, a great dog until they made him a bomb dog, I captured an intruder my first night out in the fish ponds in the bomb dump, hey, after all I was looking for action. my second dog was Beowolf, the best dog I ever had, I ended up with a couple of bites, off post of course, that started a string of biting incedents, I think we had seven in a month, we thought the ambassador was going to put us all on hold, but in the end we were all congradulated and some were giving accomadaition letters, only doing our job. great site keep it up and if your interested i could scan soom pics of a later time at Clark for you. COSMOS/BEOWOLF


David McCuen - 01/01/99 02:49:03
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I was stationed at Clark from 1977-1978. I remember when Bob Gray was killed. I was at the outdoor Theater and remember seeing a lot of slap flares in the air for what seememd forever. When I went home out in Sapangbato, the gate Guard told me what happened and to be prepeared for a call out if necessary. The next morning I rode in the Alarm Response Vehicle (Clark51 I think) ( I was LE) and we got the call to go to the flightline to assist with the perimeter. I remember they tried to smoke out the badguys with slap flares. This caused the K-9 handlers to evacuate the washout and gave the badguys the opoortunity to run to Mabalacat. I had heard that Colonel Daigle had wanted to flood the washout with JP4 Fuel but got vetoed on that. That was my first experience with a fellow Officer being killed in the line of duty. Unfortunately it is not the last. I understand the loss everyone feels from Bob's death. I lost a friend and fellow Police Officer 4 years ago and I was only a couple of miles away on patrol when he was shot by a burglar. Mabuhay to all my fellow 3rd LES/SPS members. It was a great base to work at. I'll be going there in April or May (1999) and will take pictures of what may or may not be left of our areas on the base. Whatever I might get will get put on a Web Page I will make. Be Safe and God Bless you all. Dave 3rd LES "A" Shift


steve covington - 12/31/98 19:52:30
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I was security police 67-88. A dog handler from 67-73.ojt dog handler and attended dof school at RAF Debden Saffron Walden Essex England.I was stationed at 67-68[92sps)Fairchild WA. 68-69 12th sps Cam Rahn Bay viet diem. travis afb 60th sps 69-70 and RAF pper Heyford-20th sps England


mario warnaar - 12/28/98 18:23:36
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Yes, what is my story, when I see/read yours, I haven't any. I'm a former Royal Netherlands Air Force ('82-'86) K-9 doghandler and I fall silent ....... I admirer you all. Great photo's about the training field and what a lot of dogs you had in the kennels. Take care


Hillary Gray Odgers - 12/28/98 02:44:04
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I am one of Bob Gray's nieces. I was 14 when he was killed. I had always looked up to him. He was cool and he was kind. He had great friends and did everything right. Well, that was what I thought. I didn't know him well. He always had so much going on that when I was visiting I only saw glimpses of someone I was sure was "it." I hoped to get to know him better when he came home. I wanted to talk to the guy I thought he was. It is a relief to find out he really was the guy I imagined him to be. Thank you for the opportunity to get to know him better.


Richard (Ric) Dickinson - 12/23/98 20:00:10
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Stationed at Clark June 1969 to Dec. 1969 worked K-9 with Bob Gates, Toad, Hinger , Tim Howell and others looking for others that were there at that time, USAF 10trs. Nat Guard 10yrs, retired. Work as Corrections Sergeant.


William Lent Jr. - 12/21/98 20:58:48
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Served for a short period of time in the Air Force Security Police. I was a Law Enforcement Specialist assigned to the 475th SPS Yokota AB Japan. I was discharged from the service prematurely for what My Squadron commander described as "Unsatisfactory Performance". This was back in December of 1982 with about 14 months of active duty service. Despite all the troubles I had while in uniform not a day goes by that I don't think about being in the SP'S. I truly loved the Air force and The SP career field. I was devestated after My discharge and I don't think I will ever be the same even after all these years. I have become a productive member of civilian life despite My misfortune. I am employed as an Alarm Techinician With ADT Secuity Services I have been there for the past 14 years. A few years ago I took up playing the bagpipes which takes up alot of My spare time now. I had a bout with alcoholism (which I am in a 12 step recovery program for now) and a failed attempt at marrige. Although Civilian Life seemed to have dealt Me a better hand of cards, I still wish I could have made it in the service. For a short time I was proud to have worn thw "Badge and Beret" and took pride in what it stood for. I will always say that the Air Force SP'S are the best. With that I will close for now have a Merry Christmas, and all the best for New Year.


Paul Wishart - 12/21/98 16:44:51
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I was assigned to Clark AB as a K-9 handler from 1985 to 1988. It was my first operational assignment and without a doubt the best assignment I've ever had! I handled three dogs over the course of time I was assigned there. First Roxann (D213), then Bu ba (J318), and finally Bear (B078). Bear was by far the best dog I handled there and we recorded several dog bites there, including a major international incident and international hold. What fun!


Marlan Thompson - 12/20/98 23:09:43
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I understand that dogs were sent to Clark from Bien Hoa RSVN. Could my dog King 1A03, be burried in the K-9 Graveyard at Clark? I served with the 3rd SPS 69-70.


Tommie Williams AkA T-Bone - 12/18/98 03:38:49
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I sat with Bob on post the night before his death. I am one of the priviledged to have known him. I use to speak with him alot, because of his empressive intruder catch rate. He was one of the best. This K-9 brother has never left my thoughts. I was also a member of the TNT (SWAT) that was recalled the following morning to locate the subjects involved in Bob's death. A morning I will never forget. Bob lives on in all our memories and his story is being told in numerous police squad rooms around the United States as many of us went on to become civilian police/K-9 officers. Thank you all for this web page. And Hodge I better hear from you!


Adam Payne - 12/17/98 08:15:55
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I am Security Forces member looking at military police sites and found an MWD site so I had to what it was about. Besides being an SP I am also proud to say that I am a Military Working Dog handler currently stationed at 99th Security Forces Squadron at Nellis AFB Nevada. If whoever reads this would drop me a line I would very gladly reply. I must say that I am very proud of being a MWD handler and are glad that sites like this are out there.


Ronnie Hernandez - 12/15/98 06:47:54
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I was looking for a web site about Clark and stumbled into yours. I used to live in bario Sapangbato (I'm sure all you Clark oldtimers know that place). My dad used to work at the base Chapel one and he knew a lot of guys from security. My dad worked in Clark for thirty nine years he was there until they closed the base down. I am now in the Navy (OK save the booo's) and currently stationed in Japan. By the way my dad's name is Lucky Hernandez. Anybody who knew him please email me.


Dave Haskell - 12/13/98 20:13:10
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Whats my story? I have no story, just want to say nice page. I was with the Marines, Vietnam 68/70 and at times we used the tunnel dogs, they were alot of help. And the AirForce was a alot of help many timesover. To me its just nice to know that no matter the time and place thats there,s people out there that really care. Sorry to hear about your friend,s murder and i hope that the intruders rot in "HELL" Peace to you all Semper Fi


Stan Jack - 12/13/98 06:23:03
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I was stationed on Guam 43rd SPS K-9 from 1975 to 1977. I was TDY to Clark 2 times and I attended Drug Dog School in Okinawia while Bob Gray was there. We took a trip over to Eshima to see Ernie Pyles grave site together. I have some old slids of him somewhere in the garage. I'll be in contact


Big Jack - 12/03/98 00:01:08
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i was in the p.i.74-77 i've been looking for a k9 handler by the name of -TIM- Gray. tim not to be confused with Bob arrived at clark from Brooks AFB sometime in 1976.


Tom McElroy - 12/02/98 23:23:44
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Monty Moore was my instructor at the Patrol Dog Handler Course in 1975, plus Cathy was one of my fellow classmates. Bobby Yee was my kennel master and my roommate at Kwang Ju AB, ROK 1977/78.


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Willie Brown - 11/30/98 07:09:39
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I was enlisted Air Force, stationed at Clark with the Hq Squad as a photo-journalist with the Phillippine FLyer base newspaper, from 73-74.I did mostly sports and traveled thruout the PI with the base basketball team the Diplomats. I had a great time and some great experiences..one of my best friends was Donald McBride, who was quite well-known in the PI as a stellar player.


Jim Hart - 11/28/98 06:50:16
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Very Nice!


Kevin C Stevenson - 11/27/98 18:12:25
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I was stationed at Clark AB from Dec 1976 to March 1978. I Started out in the 3rd Les but was transferd to the resources patrol in Oct 1977. I remember the night that Bob Gray was killed. I was on duty in one of the bomb dumps when all hell broke loose.. I never found out what happened to Bobs killers until I read the story in this web site today..I did not know Bob personially, but I respected the job that he carried out and was present when he was sent home to his family .God bless the K-9.


Richard Evans US navy retired - 11/26/98 20:01:23
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at clark from oct 65 to oct 68 us navy at dau microwave site on clark handlers brought in dogs to get drink of water at night . enjoyed reading about the days and NIGHTS out in town .


DeMint Robert E - 11/25/98 15:52:10
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computer cherry boy at clark 6-69 to 9-70 saw one name i knew willie mells i was with him at takhli rtafb thialand i was at takhli,with about 15 handlers that went to clark. dave morris,john t hulmes, emillo munoz,dan beltz , and others my memory is no what it used to be. i handled hasso,satcho, and duke 28a6. duke was the best. this is my first computer message. i dont type either. im using the computer at the public library . i can check my messages on wed and thur only because those are my days off. f this works,i will try to get a better message out


GUMBY - 11/25/98 01:56:29
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I"m here, been there, done that. More than once. Here-Here all you old K-9 Brothers.


Yvonne V. "Perez" - 11/24/98 02:54:52
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I was K-9 "Perez" with K-9 "Spike"(good "jeep Alert"Dog)during Sept 1975 thru Jan 1977...I would love to hear from all of my drinking/party/and bowling alley buddys... I have lots and lots of pictures of the PI and all of my friends(drinking and partying up)which I had the honor to meet and work with..MISS YOU GUYS!!! The PI was my best tour of duty during my Military career... Please who ever remember our good times together at the PI drop me a line...and If anyone ever decides or hears about any reunions in the near future...I'll be there...JUST GIVE ME A DATE and ADDRESS!!!>>>>> I was very sad to hear about "Bob Gray" which was my partner all during Dog school(Lackland AFB, TX) and during my tour in the PI... Was the best friend I was glad to have met during my Air Force career."God Bless you Bob! "Perez"


Steve Myers - 11/23/98 11:09:07
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I was stationed in rhe PI the first time from MAR 74 to JUN 75 working the dogs Krissy and crazy Hans. The second time from AUG 76 to AUG 78 then handling Rinnie and my best dog ever Storm. The PI was my heaven and hell. A lot of fond memories of good times and friends that I'll never forget, and then there is a lot that I wish I could sweep under the rug and forget that it ever happen or ever was. I'm still trying to come to grips with this episode in my life that forever change a naive, impressionable 18 year old country boy. Hopefully this web site will help exorcise the demons of my past yet leave intact the good moments in the PI. Thanks for this opportunity. So until our paths cross again take care and God bless. Remember we are all brothers for life!


John Meakin Jr, Msgt Ret - 11/22/98 02:23:11
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I was a Sentry Dog Handler with the 3rd SPS at Bien Hoa Air Base in Vietnam in 1967. It is great to see a site for dog handlers.


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Bradford W. Heil - 11/20/98 03:42:17
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Stationed at USAF Hospital, Clark AB Dec 1970-Mar 1971.


Mario Warnaar - 11/18/98 13:20:06
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I'm a former K-9 doghandler (Royal Netherlands Air Force) I worked at Soesterberg AFB in cooperation with the SP of the 32nd TFS (Wolfhounds. Site is great special for the K-9's.


Kevin Viator - 11/17/98 16:33:16
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I was startioned at Clark AB from 1977-1980. Started out working a drug dog named Mister, who died shortly after and then was assigned Konic (Y264), who was know for a powerful hit when released (probably because he only had one good eye). In late 1978 r early 1979, I became the trainer on "B" Flight. Had some interesting handlers, but more important we had one hellacious group of dogs. Some of them were Thunder, Bojangles, Joey, Bullett, Max (Z123), Raider, Keller (briefly), Crazy Henry, and Smokey. While I went on to instruct at Lackland (1981-1988), manage K-9 at a MAJCOM (USAFE-1988-1992), back to Lackland (1992-1997); I often think the best days EVER were those at Clark in the 70s. Currently I am still working in a K-9 job for the Federal Aviat on Administration. Great page Hodge and I will check back often.


Michael S. Poynter - 11/12/98 06:36:48
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How did you find our site: checking on clark afb

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i was stationed there in 72. 604th mass squadron. my barracks was right next to the flight line. i used to go down town to run the hammers and all. just wanted to get some feed back from an old airforce legacy. well my frend dont be a stranger. we need to start a clark afb national reunion.wow, think about the stories. its gone now but were not. hope to here from you soon. have a great life, michael s. poynter.


Chris Smith - 11/08/98 11:02:32
My Email:chrissmith007@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: internet

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I am a K-9 handler at Misawa Ab japan


Dean R. Patton - 11/08/98 03:44:35
My Email:detpat@talon.net
How did you find our site: surfing

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No Story, just a Hello from a fellow "Ramp Rat". Only wish I remembered all the K-9 guys I knew from then. Spent many a night working with them in the 509th SPS and 36th SPS( Pease and Bitburg) 74-77. I guess we all have some stories to tell, but one thin will always be there......We stuck it out! Thanks, to all the K-9 Officers I ever served with. Dean R. Patton 509th SAC - Pease AFB, NH 36th TAC - Bitburg, Germany ps. I still have some great photos of K-9 demos from Pease in June 75 during the Air Show.


Cynthia Gray - 11/07/98 15:42:45
My Email:cynthiagray@usa.net
How did you find our site: Your e

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Marc, the site is really quite emotionally overwhelming for those of us in Bob's family. I have always maintained that to stop feeling is to forget. No chance when hanging out here. Thanks! ~ Cynthia


Dale R Warke - 11/06/98 01:20:42
My Email:bulletk9@hotmail.com
How did you find our site: friend told me

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i was at clark in the 70's. some say i was a easy person to get to know and a person you'd never forget....i worked B flight K9 for the 3&1/2years i was there...worked many dogs...some died on me and one saved my life, hence the e-mail address...i was once called WILDMAN WARKE or the orginal gangster canine...i will always hold a special place in my heart for those i worked and played with from CLARK AB RPI.....


RICK KAISER - 11/03/98 21:26:30
My Email:kcir1@juno.com
How did you find our site: looking for bob clark

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lived in the p.i. from 71 through 73 my dad was an osi officer, was taking a wild shot in the dark trying to find an old friend of mine, his name is bob clark my dads name is dale kaiser other people we knew there last names; halliday, hardin, smyers, greer, mims, its been a while cant remember many of them now living in aurora, il. my dad is with sherriff dept. in champaign co. il. -e- mail back if you have time would love to chat about the rock


DEBI REED - 11/02/98 19:19:48
How did you find our site: SEARCHING YAHOO

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MY FAMILY WAS STATIONED AT CLARK FROM 11/69 TO 7/71. I WAS ONLY 13 WHEN WE WENT THERE. CAB WAS ONE OF MY AND MY SISTER'S (DONNA, BEV & BRENDA) FAVORITE MEMORIES. IT SADDENS US TO KNOW THAT WE CAN NEVER GO BACK FOR A VISIT. IF ANYONE FROM THERE REMEMBERS MY DAD, MSGT. CHARLES B. REED, LET US KNOW BY SIGNING THIS GUEST BOOK! NOW THAT I KNOW IT'S HERE, I'LL BE CHECKING IT FREQUENTLY. DEBI REED NORSWORTHY, MONTGOMERY , ALABAMA, SIGNING OFF!


Monty & Cathy Moore - 10/28/98 20:40:19
My Email:mmoore@us.hsanet.net
How did you find our site: John Grammer

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Monty--I were assigned to Clark Aug 76-Aug 78. I was NCOIC of the Drug Detector Dog Section and later became one of the trainers(Dr. Frankindog, as Paul Newman, C Flt, nicknamed me. You should have seen his cartoons he drew all the time in the front room of the office--great artist and humorist!) Took a COT to PACAF MWD Training Center, Kadena AB, Okinawa, and became NCOIC until stationed at Andrews AFB, Washington, DC. where I retired in Sep 87. I continued in law enforcement, Special US Deputy Marshall with the Justice Dept., DOD Police and VA, as well. I recently retired and can devote time to my woodworking. Cathy--worked Prince Z133 while in the Drug Dog Section for 16 months. I became disgusted with it and requested to be transferred to RP a few days after Bob Gray was killed. I took Prince with me due to lack of drug dog handlers and had the time of my life with C Flt out on post. Best bunch of guys I ever worked with and the hardest partying bunch with John Grammer as the ring leader! I was fortunate enough to get an instructor assignment with Monty at the PACAF Dog School. Worked with a crazy crew- "Snuffy" Boyd, Charlie Jones, I.O. Williams, "Duck" Williams, Fote, Chuck Allen, John Brewer, Mike LeBlanc, & John Flowers(Supply). Going back to the world, I had orders for Grand Forks, ND, and Monty had orders for Blytheville, AR. Somewhere in the middle of Kansas wasn't my idea of commuting distance. It was the end of my enlistment so I got out to follow Monty. I completed my degree, grew up and became a civilian contracting officer (Navy and Army Corps of Engineers) and recently retired.


Gerald A. Smith - 10/27/98 17:42:30
My Email:Smitty1962@hotmail.com

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I was stationed twice at clark. 1981-83 and again1989 through the closing day. In fact i had left the unit briefly and was assigned to the 6009th Securty Police Training Squadron ( Commando Warriors ) . After the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo I returned to assist at the MWD section where we were assigning the DOD Guards to work the dogs that were not being sent back to the states. It was a very hectic time with many intruders on the yard after the eruption from the time we returned from the Argricutural Collge at Mt. Aryat. I worked with Frank Ortiz and Jonn Olsen on D flight initially during my last tour. Luk 162N was the last dog I was assigned, actually after convincing Msgt Shed not to have him put to sleep following his multiple attacks on various handlers. I too was later jobed by this dog and suffered puncture wounds on my hand and arm. Anyway Luk would finally get a bad guy and ate an intruder pretty good at Sapangbato ( about time ) I could go on and tell stories , but it would take too long however i like many others recieved letters of appreciation and medals for my service. I will never forget Clark and those I served with. Gerald A. Smith 1131 Bobcat Creek San Antonio Texas 78251


Robert (Robbie) Bendus - 10/27/98 05:53:11
My Email:RBENDUS@AOL.COM
How did you find our site: John "Boy" Grammer e-mailed me!

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I had the illusturous duty of working with and proud of it Bo Jangles. That was one crazy partner.


Greg Stoneham - 10/26/98 00:49:57
My Email:gvj@gateway.net

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John Grammer - 10/23/98 22:54:20
My Email:Grambo6969@aol.com
How did you find our site: Searching through Security Police Sites

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Second attempt to post, Ihope this one makes it. I am truly glad to find the site. I just wish we could all get back together again for one big run down Fields Ave. How many could we pack in my VW Thing?


Steve Alvarez - 10/23/98 04:14:11
My Email:Steven.Alvarez@Colorado.edu
How did you find our site: sheer luck

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I served as a K-9 handler in Osan, Hahn, Bergstrom and later as a trainer at Patrick 1982 thru 1987 and then 1990 thru 1994 (reserves). Bomb, drug, patrol. Hoooaahh! Sorry, that's the Army reserve officer coming out in me. I may be Army, but I'll always be canine. Great site. God bless.


Michael Violette - 10/20/98 22:14:36
My Email:rachaelannv@yahoo.com

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I was a dependent at clark back in the the late 80's. I later went into the AF as a handler and was stationed at Yokota AB Japan. I was never able to return to CAB after MT. Pinatubo blew it's top in 91, but I have always wanted to go back some day. It was really great to hear some of the stories of both areas of which were a part of my life. Thank you and god speed.


Thomas Utts - 10/20/98 17:38:54
My URL:http://www.freeyellow.com/members2/zcap/clark.htm
My Email:zcap@usa.net
How did you find our site: GeoCities search
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I'm Tom Utts, retired USAF PAO, 1981, and the author of KOREA BLUE, a military thriller published by Signet Books. I was in 13th AF PAO at Clark Air Base in the PI from 71/73. And in PAC COM PAO at Hickam, 75/79 where I made many a TDY to Clark. I'm working on a nonfiction "anecdotal history" of Clark. My web page, Clark Air Base Stories Wanted, gives more information about this project. And there are pictures which might bring back some good memories for anyone who was at Clark. If anyone is interesting in participating in this effort to salute a great Air Force assignment and a special place. This is a positive look at Clark and the PI. I enjoyed my years there. Many who've already contacted me feel the same.


Keith Ristow - 10/17/98 23:32:08
My Email:Keith4Two@aol.com
How did you find our site: searching yahoo

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I was stationed at Clark Air Base from 1991 till itclosed I endured the volcano and the base closure. It was an awsome area and was sorry to have to eave. Also this is a heart warming site!!!!


Mike Ball - 10/16/98 04:29:31
My Email:mball@dol.net
How did you find our site: surfin'

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I was a Dog Handler in the P.I. from Dec 81 to June 83. I work for TSgt. Atkins and for Joe Gaines for a while. I can look back and say it was the best time of my life. Been trying to find a few buddies (Tim Dewey and Jim Perry) from there but no luck so far. Good job on the page. Mike Ball


John D. Dube - 10/12/98 04:09:20
My Email:dube@mail.fwi.com
How did you find our site: Searching Working Dog Info

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See E-Mail


Larry Ryan - 10/09/98 17:26:51
My URL:http://www.prontomail.com/prontomail/users/3rdles
My Email:larryryan@prontomail.com
How did you find our site: Yahoo! searched for Clark Air Base

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I was assigned to the 3rd LES from March of 75 to March of 77, worked Base Police then Customs. Got to know MANY of the handlers and their dogs. The best one that I can remember was at the Dining Out in 1975 at the NCO Club; The CSP was Col Joe "Big Joe" Daigle. He had assigned all the dogs ranks, and they got promoted based on bites for patrol dogs or finds for Narc and Bomb dogs. Well, the Wing commander (Col Miller) at the time was OK with the idea, provided that no dog would outrank him. (He was worried, because many of the dogs outranked their handlers.) His rule was that if any dog could physically salute him, then the dog could make Brigadier General. Well, at the dining out, Col Daigle announced that one wet, rainy day, the Wing King was in the CSP Office for a meeting, and all of a sudden the door burst open, and in walks then SSgt (Now Major) John Probst with his MWD "Morgan". Before anyone could say anything, John ordered Morgan to "Sit", thenm "Sit Up", and then "Salute the Colonel!" Morgan sat up on his hindquarters and proceeded to place his right paw over his right eya in proper military fashion. Thus earning him the rank and title "Brigadier General Morgan." Greetings to all who remember me and survived Angeles City! HOpe to hear from you all soon! Hodg, keep up the great work on the page, and all of you stop by the 3rd LES Web page I am building, at www.prontomail.com/prontomail/users/3rdles. Officer Larry Ryan DOD Police Mpls-St Paul Air Reserve Station


Bill Louk - 10/09/98 03:00:16
My Email:wloukjr@rpa.net
How did you find our site: other clark site.

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I was at clark from Jan 76 till Aug 79. First in LES for about 6 months till I got a Msgt mad at me because of his incompetence. Then was sent to RP. In May of 77 I went to Okinawa For dog school & brought back Blackie. We were partners till Aug 79 when I seperated. Bob Gray was for a short time on C flt & I worked with him shortly. Good Handler And Cop. We miss him.


Bill Sadler - 10/05/98 20:11:01
My Email:wsadler@mercury.bernco.gov
How did you find our site: security forces web site

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I was at Clark from 1975 thru 1977. I worked "B" flight K-9 for about a year and then went inside as a shift trainer for "B" flight and the Narc and Bomb dogs. While i was there i was assigned to Sapho as my first dog. Sapho was a Thailand retread Sentry dog. He developed hip dysplesia and they gave me Champ (snake bite) I worked him until i went to training. While in training i had a Narc dog named Richie. The following are names of some of the dogs i can remember, Crazy Henry, Son, Tiger, Buffy, Ace, Jet and Shane. I have a list of names of handler that were there while i was there. I will Send them at a later time.


Jack Moye - 10/05/98 19:19:15
My Email:moyeorless@aol.com
How did you find our site: Link to theville

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I was stationed at CAB from September '78 until September '80. Iworked at the Veterinary Clinic and one of my jobs was NCOIC MWD Clinic. I was also responsible to perform quarantine exams on the dogs that were confined in animal bite incidents. We prob bly saw each other without knowing each other. There certainly was a lotta good and a lotta bad in that assignment! Rember Pete, that Python the Negritos had at the jungle survival school? When I went back to Clark in 1987, the school had been moved to Subic, they still had Pete, tho, and he was well over 20 feet long. All for now, Outta Here!!!


Marty Jones - 09/24/98 04:01:54
My Email:Mjones214@aol.com
How did you find our site: Your note

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This is a great site that brings backl good memories. Hey to any one that recalls me or the guys I worked with. Drop me a line.


David Rayner - 09/23/98 06:15:00
My Email:wdrayner@aol.com
How did you find our site: you email'd me

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i am alive and kicking it.


Bob Lyon - 09/23/98 01:24:34
My Email:rrlyonIII@msn.com
How did you find our site: Bob Denniston emailed me

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Marc the memories this page brought back are incredible. Bob Gray was my roommate at bomb school. He was a fine young man who like all officers murdered on duty, did not deserve his fate. I was in the P.I. Feb-76 to Sep-77. Had "Rom" as the only bomb dog till certified after the infamous O.R.I of 77. Keep up the great work on this site, I will regularly visit. Bob "80" Lyon.


john r. flynn - 09/22/98 01:30:05
My Email:jrfusa@netscape.net
How did you find our site: searched for clark air base

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I was in the 405 air police squadron at clark from july 61 to april 63- i worked both base police, security(combat defence) and customs and imigration. I was married to a philippino for 20 years, had 4 children, my first being born on clark. I now work for R.C.A. in bloomington indiana (T.V. manufacturing (34 years). my ex brother in law is head of the air force sgts association in washington D.C. so long john


Jeff Rohan - 09/20/98 13:47:14
My Email:irohan@snet.net

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Congratulations on your new web-site Marc! It is great that you military working dog guys from Clark now have a forum of your own. Keep the spirit alive! Best Wishes, Jeff Rohan Plymouth, Connecticut (3d LES & 3d SPG/I (Surveillance) 10/75-12/76


Jay Dee - 09/19/98 23:22:00
My Email:john_derickson@bigfoot.com
How did you find our site: Some Bozo sent me two emails.

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Hi Bozo. Nice site. Got your second notification while I was checking it out. Have a wonderful Pentagon day ........