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
Charlie Heidal, MSgt (RET)
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.
We lost a brother today in a motorcycle accident. He was a TACP at 122 ASOS. From Campbell to Stanley to Bragg in the late 90s to around 01. He had worked for the DOE and other contractors since he left the AF. Details are pending on the service.
The TACP Association is requesting any and all photos of Chuck Holbrook to be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Chucks funeral is next friday so start digging through your harddrive.
Viewing is 5-7 PM on Thursday Feb 9th at the First Baptist church in Navarre. Funeral will be at 11am on Friday Feb 10th at the same location. He will be laid to rest at Barancas at Approximately 2pm on Friday.
Please hit https://tacpassociation.fundly.com To help Chucks Family out
An icon in our community has passed. From Marcus Mader, President, TACP Association:
To the TACP community:
It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of Chuck Holbrook. Chuck was tragically killed in a training accident at White Sands Missile Range on January 31, 2017.
He was a highly respected and beloved member of the JTAC community and will be sorely missed.
The TACP Association will work with Chuck’s family and his company to determine what support the Association can offer. We will pass along pertinent information to you as we receive it.
Please be mindful of social networking communications and please continue to respect the privacy of Chuck’s friends and family during this heartbreaking time.
You may contact the TACP Association through our Facebook page or email:
President, TACP Association