May 1952 - June 1954
This is not a history of the 315th Troop Carrier Wing, 19th Troop Carrier Squadron (Yellow Tails) during the Korean Conflict, but rather a brief recollection of my 25 months and 26 days at Brady Field. My name is Richard Wolfe. I was stationed at Brady in the 19th Troop Carrier Squadron as an Aircraft Instrument Mechanic. The purpose is make it known that 57 years later that I am still on this earth and to possibly renew some of the friendships made during my tour of duty. A very good history, both of Brady Field and the Curtis C-46 Commando are available at:
Robert Proctor's Far East Webpage
This page is intended to be a "work-in-progress task" and I will update it as appropriate information becomes available..
Input material (pictures or text) is solicited and may be forwarded to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is suggested that Brady "Alumni" who are looking for and want to contact other "Alumni" sign the page Guestbook and include your E-mail address or some other way to get in touch.
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An additional page of pictures has been added (all that I have currently). Many are duplicates of the photos above, but will be separated out as time allows. They are in a grid format of thumbnails, click on them to enlarge.