TUSLOG Det. 3-2, Samsun and TUSLOG Det. 4, Sinop. 1969-1970

On Memorial Day weekend 2010, my father Roger and I went through some old pictures. My Dad was an airman in the US Air Force Security Service, and was stationed in Turkiye in 1969 and 1970 as an Electronics Intercept Operator.

I recorded some quick notes and comments from my Dad and wanted to share them with you. His comments are in quotations. Click on the images for full-size pictures. If you would like to contact him, his email is lind22000(at)yahoo.com


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Dad on top of Sinop Tuslog 4. "I can still fit in the glasses!"


"Sema and her mother. Her Mom was the director of the Samsun Orphanage. We were friends but 40 years has a way with remembering names. She was a very kind, smart woman."


"My friend Ufuk and the plane we all loved." Samsun


"Orhan from Samsun, in Sinop. Spoke great English"


Village near Samsun. "Don't know what the grinder is for. Maybe discipline?"


Airman in Samsun barracks. "Smokin' in the boys room"


A man's prize lamb. Check out the eyes in the full size picture! Where the black meets white fur is very odd!


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