Talk:Hamilton Army Airfield

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the 41st Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron was also stationed at Hamilton in the 1960's and early 1970's. They had HH-53 Jolly Geen Helicoptors and C-130's(H, P, & N models)they were the only operation squadron(there was a test squadron)to do Air to Air Recovery missions of space cones where they would catch the parachutes while the nose cones of missiles were descending. They at one time also did Surface to Air Recovery of downed airmen.

How many?[edit]

The numbers of planes damaged or destroyed in the Pearl Harbor attack (subsection) are inconsistent. Of twelve planes, five were destroyed and eight damaged. ??? PKKloeppel (talk) 14:18, 20 May 2008 (UTC)

BRAT Memory[edit]

While doing research on BRAT lifestyles, my life, I came across this picture of the Hamilton housing area known as Spanish Housing. It was occupied by the Air Force families, my family, until the base was closed. Now it's used by the Navy for their families. I was happy they saved these homes. They were built in the '30's and had very thick walls, no need for air conditioning. They had wonderful wooden floors and a fire place. The kitchens were remodeled in the mid '60's. The street in the photograph is my street, Crescent Drive! Thank you! Connections as adults is difficult. It was 50 years ago! Connections are important to us!

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