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Former members of the 37th AEG will be able to comment on posts related to future reunion events here on this blog. Announcements to future upgrades of the website will be made here. So, make sure you subscribe to the "RSS Feed" located on the right-hand side of this page. In order to cut down on SPAM, your comments may not show up right away.
11/7/2011 07:47:11 am
Website looks good! It will be good to stay in touch. Hope everyone had a good time at the recent reunion. Regret I wasn't able to make it...it wuld have been good to see everyone again.
Peter L Burch
4/25/2012 03:35:14 am
Sorry I missed the 2011 reunion. I would like to be included in future reunions.
8/24/2012 12:20:12 pm
Wow, I just found this website by accident. How many other former members don't know about it?
Rinda Denson (Kopp)
9/3/2012 02:08:33 am
It's been on my heart to see if there was a 37 AEG site for quite awhile. I am sorry that I missed the 2011 reunion and I would like also to be included in future reunions. Being a part of the 37th was a special time in my life.
9/5/2012 10:32:28 am
Please add Chief Fisher to the Memorial page, Tommy Tait posted his pic and obituary on FB
2/19/2013 10:37:04 am
I was one of the original members of the 37th AEG (when it was known as the 37 TAES). I served as one of the Flight Instructors/Flight Examiners and was the assistant NCOIC of Stan/Eval with SMS Talmund in the 70's.
2/24/2013 11:18:57 pm
Yep, I was a baby then and you were in 20s I think
Katherine C Cooper
8/27/2018 04:26:30 pm
In 1972 my last name was Lohr. I remember the name SMS Talmud. I also remember that while I was in the unit the question of the day was what MAJCOM do we belong to today? I thought the 37th was not a group at that time. Unfortunately because of the short duration of my time in the unit I did not become familiar with a lot of the med crew members. Who was our commander? I am still trying to remember the names of the two people I drove to UTA with from Tallahassee. It was not until later that I became familiar with the term Stan/Eval. How is SMS Talmund?
5/26/2013 07:49:52 am
just found the site was in unit from 1983-1986 as medic had a blast and will never forget 37AEG
7/29/2013 08:08:08 am
Great site. The 37th AEG was apart of my life and I will never forget the friends I made. I hope you can add Jack White to the "In Memorium" section. He was in the Comm Section during the 80's. Took part in Desert Shield/Storm and died several years after returning from Saudi Arabia.
SMSgt C.A. "Skip" Crabtree
3/10/2017 05:28:16 pm
Steve. Don't know if this website is still being maintained but if you see this, I hope you are well. Radio Operators Rule!
Vincent F. Genco
11/25/2013 05:42:09 am
I was a member in the early 70s. great unit.
6/3/2014 03:34:11 am
I joined the unit (37th MSS at the time) In December 1972, transferred briefly to Mccoy AFB (420th MSF) and returned to the 37th. Left in 1976.
3/24/2015 11:54:58 pm
Just a date correction - - - Joined the 37th MSS in December 1970, not 1972 as previously noted.
R W RAMOS
3/24/2015 08:57:34 am
I was there when we went through the transition to the 37th. Any one know how I can get a hold of records from 1969 through 1971. And what ever happened to then Capt. Brady? He's the one that wanted to make General, without ever serving on active duty!
5/13/2015 11:53:30 pm
Maybe not the correct place to ask, but I am looking for a Phillip Thomas who was in the 37th in the mid-to-late 80s. If anybody might have any information about contacting him, I would greatly appreciate it.
Katherine C Cooper
8/27/2018 03:11:17 pm
I was a member of the 37th AEG from 1972 to about 1974. I was living in Tallahassee at the time. My last name was Lohr. I remember our annual tour was at Westover. The Air Force Times did a write up on us and my picture was in the article. I attended flight nurse school in 1972. I then went to the 70th AEF and on to 40th AES where I was the ART nurse. While I achieved tri-qualification I loved the C-130. Of course back then it was A and B models. Are there any other people on this group who were in the 37th when I was there?
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