Thank You Life Support/Flight Equipment from Mrs. Mary May and Family

Mrs. Mary May, widow of CMSgt (Ret) Roger May thanks the Life Support/Flight Equipment community for its kindness and sympathy regarding the death of their son John May back on 21 July 2020.  Mrs. May passes along the following comments: Your hope has sustained us.  Your friendship has surrounded us.  Your love has given us… Read More

Silver Anniversary Reunion Coin

As indicated in our 2019 December Newsletter, we are planning to create a limited-edition 25th Annual ALS/AFE Reunion Anniversary Coin and offer it at the September 2020 Reunion. We are looking for ideas or concepts of what you think this coin should look like, what it should “say” to the person holding it or presenting… Read More

News You Can Use: Scam Websites and Padlocks

Scam Websites Are Using That Green https Padlock to Fool You It may look legit, but keep your guard up anyway. by Laura Hautala November 27, 2018 1:50 PM PST Lang/CNET You may have heard you should look for the padlock symbol at the top of a website before entering your password or credit card… Read More

Organochlorine Pesticide Contamination

At just about every one of our reunions, there is talk about the contaminants we were subjected to as we went about performing our daily military duties.  Agent Orange is always the main topic of discussion but what about asbestos and other contaminates our families were subjected to? Those of us who lived in the… Read More

Honoring One of Our Own Vietnam Veterans

This article was in the newspaper in Paducah KY. It’s interesting coverage of Ed Chewning’s time at Da Nang. Although the article covers an incident before Ed became a Life Supporter and the reporter falsely indicated Ed had been drafted in the USAF, I still found it to be interesting and thought it might be something… Read More