4th MAPS @ Rhein Main... Some special Experiences... And friends... Tel Aviv, Russia, Norway, Denmark (!!!!!!!), and Batma............... Any one that understands that time....
Steven Sproat said:February 24, 2012 3:05 am PST
Just stumbled on this site. So many memories! (mostly good). So many names i remember. Can't make it to the reunions, but I'll think about you guys and the great times. Meatball forever!
Allen LeBleu said:February 14, 2012 6:46 am PST
1st MAPS 88-93.. cool website...
Jeff Wassom said:February 7, 2012 8:06 am PST
I was with 3rd MAPS at Pope from Aug 83 - Feb of 87. That place was always jumping! I worked on Green Ramp as a load team member and then supervisor before separating in 87.
I remember lots of basketball games out front when we weren't setting up loads or waiting with pax.
Great times with a great bunch of guys (and Donna!) anyone remember that?
Would love to hear from anyone there.
Wayne Fangman said:February 3, 2012 9:29 am PST
1 st MAPS Dyess AFB 86-92 I friend told me about this site it's awesome.
Chuck Shelton said:January 17, 2012 5:10 pm PST
374th CMB - 8th Maps 81-86 Man what great memories...Some of the best guys I've ever worked with... We played pretty hard too. Pretty good softball team. Would like to hear from any of you guys.
Living in Navarre Florida
Chuck Shelton said:January 16, 2012 6:02 pm PST
374th CMB - 8th Maps ...Man it brings back some great memorys....The best group of guys i have ever worked with... We played pretty hard to ..LOL Hell of a softball team too...
Blair Grossman said:January 5, 2012 7:49 am PST
I was in 1st MAPS Dyess AFB 1978-1980. This site brings back some memories
Randell Emigh said:December 16, 2011 9:08 am PST
8 MAPS Clark AB 1985-1989 I wanted to extend my tour but the wife had enough. It was my best tour!!! Seemed like I was always TDY somewhere else in Southeast Asia, Japan, Korea, Tinian, Diego-Garcia, Thailand!!! Lots of great memories!!!!
5th MAPS (76-79) now back to that long name that everyone did not appreciate and so was called "Avocado". am so glad to find this site, and glimpses of old friends and co-workers....who used to joke that the slogan "Omnia - Semper - Ubique" translated to "Odd - Simple - Unique"...an amazing group with Mitch donning a bunny suit, teams in chariot races, and pie-throwing auctions to cut the tensions of constant and rapid deployments to so many strange and amazing places.
Joseph J. Berardino said:December 2, 2011 2:28 pm PST
Loved the 5th Maps from 80-84 and 4th MAPS from 89-91-the best troops ever.
jim wade said:November 28, 2011 1:40 pm PST
you wonder where the 7 maps were..well i was with the 7 aps at napa ab okinawa. 1968-69...we were called than the swinging 7th...the number 7 with a g-12 chute above it..i also was with the mobility section 8 aps, tan son nhut..69-70. also the det 1. 15 aps pleiku 65-66..guess i am old..
Ken Maben said:November 20, 2011 5:08 am PST
Thank you very much for a needed
vacation! Amy I'm still raving about
those spicy green beans that you served. Iknow of 2 other former 5th Mappers who I will get in touch with 4 the next Reunion. Thank you Amy and Col. Bishop for a great time.
Ken Zhelesnik said:November 10, 2011 6:38 pm PST
Hey Brothers and Sisters of the maps. I had the honor of serving in the %th MAPS from late 1978 to early 1982. I think of those days every day. We saw the best and the worst the world had to offer. We were the best and the best knew it. Gentlemen and not so gentlemen and women of the 5th, I will always be at your service.
ken brownfield said:November 4, 2011 8:26 am PST
I was in the 5th from 1970 until 1979 when i retired was the best tour of duty
that i ever had, and i met some really nice people