Air Force - Together We Served

This page is dedicated to the most professional, close-knit groups of people who knows how to work, meet the mission and most definitely knows how to play, the USAF AMMOcommunity. I miss the people the most, and wouldn't trade that 21 years for anything!

Gone, but Never Forgotten


TSgt(R) Kimberly Kerr (Redmon), 2012 Last Base DM, Cancer


Lt. General(R) Leo Marquez; Albaquerque, NM; 30 Dec 2011

AB Jamie Burroughs; Mt. Home AFB; 2011

TSgt Arlis Kennedy, Barksdale AFB, April 2011

MSgt(R) Roger Doss, 2011


TSgt Jeffery Culp; Little Rock AFB; 2010

A1C Steven Crawford, Minot AFB, 2010

MSgt Terry "TC" Conner, 2010

MSgt (R) Ken Owens 2010

MSgt Tim Korenyik (Retired), 2010

MSgt (R) Brian Murphy, Luke AFB, Dec 2010, Cancer

MSgt (R) Sherry Mandy, Hill AFB, April 1, 2010, Lupus

SrA Sean McGinnis, 17 Jan 2010, Holloman AFB, NM

MSgt (R) Robert Guyton, cancer, 2010



SSgt Jake Durr; Ellsworth AFB; 2009

TSgt Kenyatta Demmings; Osan AB; 2009

TSgt Frank A. Ziemba; Barksdale AFB; 2009

MSgt Steven Stabler, Hurlbert Field, 2009

MSgt Richard Fettis, 2009

CMSgt (R) Don Hamilton, 2009

MSgt (R) Richard Fettis Phoenix, AZ 2009

MSgt (R) Byron Wilgus, Dec 2009

TSgt (R) Alvino Ross, 2009- last base Langley AFB, VA


SMSgt (R) Mike Kistler; Upper Heyford; 2008

TSgt Scott Davis; Shaw AFB; 2008

TSgt Clayton Edwards; Spangdahlem AB; 2008

Troyce Anderson, Abilene, TX, 2008

Tim "Ditty" Dittmar, Osan ABS. 2008

Virgil D. Haden, 20 May 08

MSgt Danny Watson (ret) around 2008 died at home heart attack

MSgt (R) Bob Mulhern, November 17th, 2008

MSgt Tom McKleichy, Cancer 2008


TSgt Jeremy Crowl; Luke AFB; 2007

TSgt Jim Long, Angeles City, PI, 2007

Al Bedwell, Luke/Carswell;2007

SSgt James Wyza, Eglin, 2007

Mr Lloyd "Skip" Morris (Bitburg, Kadina, Lakenheath) contractor 2007 (app)


TSgt (R) Eddie Gilliard (Cancer) 2006

SSgt Matt Gahagan; Andersen AFB; 2006

SrA Guillermo Nazario; Shaw AFB; 2006

TSgt Roy Northrup, Charleston AFB, SC...2006

SrA Chad Ellis, Camp Darby, September 2006

A1C Tony Ribble, 2006, seperated in 1993 and was killed in a motorcycle accident in Mi.


SrA Michelle Johnson (Blackwood), Seymour Johnson 2005

A1C Charles Peterson, D-M, July 2005

SrA Clint Dowd died in 2005, Separated from Ramstein AB

SrA Dustin Chichon, Seymour Johnson 2005 - with Michelle on motorcycle


MSgt Aaron Kenderdine; Barksdale AFB; 2004

A1C Timothy Boggs, Hill AFB;2004

TSgt Curtis "Face" Faison, 25 September 2004, motorcycle accident

MSgt (R) Ed Cunahan, civilian contractor in Iraq, 2004

MSgt (R) Denis P. Morris, 01/26/2004, Tallahassee


SrA Charles "Oz" Smith; Kadena; 2003

TSgt Randy Day, ret; 2003


Joe Hernandez, LakenHeath; 2002

SrA Richard Brown; Hill AFB; 2002

MSgt Rudger Patterson, Hurlburt Field, 25 Apr 02

A1C Paul Frenzel, 2002

A1C Jonal "Buddah" Respicio, Ellsworth Ammo, January 2002, car accident


SrA Wayne Miller; Shaw AFB; 2001

A1C Terry Hachtel Jr, Eielson Jan 2001


SrA Kehlet Schou, Aviano; 2000

SrA Craig Harper 2000 Tyndall, AFB (I might have missed him on the list?)

MSgt (R) William "Bill" Jolly, (Cancer) ~2000

TSgt Carl Brumage late '90's in Las Vegas


Jay Porter; Alaska;1998

SrA Charles McGhinnis, 1998 Shaw AFb

CMSgt Richard A. Gauvin, 1998

SSgt Thomas "TC" Clark, passed in Guam around 1997/98 i think.


SSgt Stacy D. Bryant; McGuire AFB;1997

TSgt Tom Cook, Spangdahlem; 1997


MSgt Mike Emmert, Spangdahlem, 1996

Sra Mike Jackson passed in 1995 or 96 at D-M


A1c Mike Thornhill ... Died in Transit to his 2nd base 1995

SSgt Mark Kuchar, Homestead AFB. Around 95

A1C Mark Seeley Elmendorf 1995 (murdered by street gang mistaken Idenity)

SSgt Shawna Tucker July 1995


SrA Jon Brown, Lakenheath 1994 - Car Accident while house-hunting.


SrA Grant Wesley; Cannon AFB' 1992

TSgt Frank A. Holverson, Seymour Johnson, 2 Jul 1992

SSgt Teddy Davis. Last base was Kadena AB Japan 91 or 92. Passed shortly after separation from the Air Force


TSgt Scott Kincaid, Ramstein AB, July 22, 1991

Michael Albright, Hurlburt early 90's. Someone from Hurlburt check spelling and date - his rememberance card is in the trophy box.


Sgt John Mark, December 1990, car accident near Morbach, Germany

A1C Anthony "Tony" Wadell, motorcyclaccident off-base, Edwards AFB 1990(?)

TSgt Jeffery L. Reed (JL) , 1990s, Medicaly retired Luekemia, State College, PA

"Mooch" Siddens, SrA, passed in auto accident shortly after seperating late 80's/early 90's?


A1C Gerald Hudgins; TDY to Nellis; 1989


SSgt John Ellwell, Homestead AFB 1988

SSgt George Buck, RAF Molesworth, UK 1988


Sgt Kevin Klienert, Wurtsmith AFB, 1987

SrA Mark "Rude Boy" Waggoner, Hurlbert Field, 1987


SrA Paul Bocci, Morbach AB, 1986

TSgt St. Jermaine, Hunting accident, Moody AFB, 1986


A1C Robert Harper, February 25, 1985, Sembach AB Germany

A1C Steven Lee, February 25, 1985, Sembach AB, Germany

SrA Herb Cook; Hahn AB; 1984/85


Amn David Bradley, Lakenheath 1984


SSgt Harold W. Stonitsch (Skip), 400MMS (T), Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan

, 1981


TSgt Bruce Jaeger, 1980s


Sra Wesley Suddath (Sudds) 1979, Nellis AFB NV, Car accident


Sra Buddy Frost, Shot killed on leave from Shaw AFB 1978

Sgt James Estridge (Stretch) 1970s, Korea

Unknown Dates

Phil Mendoza

Mark Yon

TSgt Mike Knight

CMSgt (R) Thomas Everett

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‘Some people!' snorted a man standing behind me at the long line at the grocery store. ‘You would think the manager would pay attention and open another line’, said a woman. I looked to the front of the line to see what the hold up was and saw a well-dressed, young woman, trying to get the machine to accept her credit card. No matter how many times she swiped it, the machine kept rejecting it. 'It's one of them welfare card things. Darn people need to get a job like everyone else,' said the man standing behind me. The young woman turned around to see who had made the comment. 'It was me,' he said, pointing to himself. The young lady's face began to change expression. Almost in tears, she dropped the welfare card onto the counter and quickly walked out of the store. Everyone in the checkout line watched as she began running to her car. Never looking back, she got in and drove away. After developing cancer in 1977 and having had to use food stamps; I had learned never to judge anyone, without knowing the circumstances of their life. This turned out to be the case today. Several minutes later a young man walked into the store. He went up to the cashier and asked if she had seen the woman. After describing her, the cashier told him that she had run out of the store, got into her car, and drove away. 'Why would she do that?' asked the man. Everyone in the line looked around at the fellow who made the statement. 'I made a stupid comment about the welfare card she was using. Something I shouldn't have said. I'm sorry,' said the man. 'Well, that's bad, real bad, in fact. Her brother was killed in Afghanistan two years ago. He had three young children and she has taken on that responsibility. She's twenty years old, single, and now has the three children to support,' he said in a very firm voice. 'I'm really truly sorry. I didn't know,' he replied, shaking both his hands about. The young man asked, 'Are these paid for?' pointing to the shopping cart full of groceries. 'It wouldn't take her card,' the clerk told him. 'Do you know where she lives?' asked the man who had made the comment 'Yes, she goes to our church.' 'Excuse me,' he said as he made his way to the front of the line. He pulled out his wallet, took out his credit card and told the cashier, 'Please use my card. PLEASE!' The clerk took his credit card and began to ring up the young woman's groceries. Hold on,' said the gentleman. He walked back to his shopping cart and began loading his own groceries onto the belt to be included. 'Come on people. We got three kids to help raise!' he told everyone in line. Everyone began to place their groceries onto the fast moving belt. A few customers began bagging the food and placing it into separate carts. 'Go back and get two big turkeys,' yelled a heavyset woman, as she looked at the man. 'NO,' yelled the man. Everyone stopped dead in their tracks. The entire store became quiet for several seconds. 'Four turkeys,' yelled the man. Everyone began laughing and went back to work. When all was said and done, the man paid a total of $1,646.57 for the groceries. He then walked over to the side, pulled out his checkbook, and began writing a check using the bags of dog food piled near the front of the store for a writing surface. He turned around and handed the check to the young man. 'She will need a freezer and a few other things as well,' he told the man. The young man looked at the check and said, 'This is really very generous of you.' 'No,' said the man. 'Her brother was the generous one.' Everyone in the store had been observing the odd commotion and began to clap. And I drove home that day feeling very American.

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