Bow your heads

Rick Olson passed away due to Cancer today. From Eric Harris : For those of you who were at CRC in 1982-83, TACP Rick Olson has succumbed to cancer. He left on his own terms and refused further treatment and only took palliative care. Rick played a mean guitar and the CRC NCO club and like we others, was run off the icy Korean winter roads by the fabled "blue kimchi truck." He got out after four and went on with a life in music and now rests in peace.

Remiss

I've been remiss in updating the page in a while.   I culled the rolls of folks winnowing out the spammers and bots to just humans.   Today I'll start attempting to pull the message traffic from the original board system up into this solution.  I'm going to focus on the photo sections first as much as possible.  Please let me know if you see issues or broken links as I boot strap romad.com up from the old message system

Thanks
Charlie Heidal, MSgt (RET)
USAF TACP
AIRBORNE

 

 

Bow Your Heads

December 29 we lost Blake Schaub formerly of 3rd ASOS.

The Funeral will be on the 8th of January 2018 at 1000 am, with a 1200 burial at Central Texas Veterans Cemetery in Kileen. The Funeral home does not have flowers to purchase; however, they recommended Woods Flowers in Temple, TX. ph: 254-778-8506. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that you donate in Blake's name to the TACP Association at Donation in Blakes Name

Site Fixed

Obviously its fixed.  There was a problem with a script that was running and it took me a bit of time to find it and kill it.  Site should now be good to go.  I'll be spelunking in the background to find the remains of the code that caused the problem.  Thats what happens when you borrow code from someone you don't entirely trust.

<note> Message boards are down.  Investigating a new message board system.  I'm not totally sold on it yet.  Give it a look (after you register) and let me know what you think.

Charlie

 

 

Bow your Heads

We lost a brother today. Archie Brown passed away. Archie Brown age 71, of Crestview, passed away, Thursday, October 5, with his family by his side. Archie was born on September 3, 1946 in Flint, Michigan and moved to Crestview in 1991. He retired from the USAF as a SMSGT, after 21 years of honorable service. Archie was an avid Ham Radio Operator. Further Details are here (document)