This page has some pictures that don't fit neatly into the other listed categories. The majority of pictures in this section are of individual squadron members and are in the Guys categories, which have been grouped as shown in the drop down menu above. It also shows the other categories of Squadron (a few group shots), Planes, and the Base.
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10,000 combat flying hours by the 34th TFS. Majors Carl McKenzie, Homer Terry, Bill Eagle, and LtCol Alan Nelson. Major Robert Johnson also flew in the historic flight on March 28, 1967.
Sometime in 1966. Left to right: ?, ?, Ken Blank & Tom Curtis.
5 guys at the hootch, left to right. Doc. Ken Singer, Nasty Nerstie, R.R. Reed (R cubed), Al Fick, & Ed Jones.
Blue Flight: Ray Jauregui, Don Austin, Jack Youngblood, Dewey Smith and Homer Terry.
A night at the Officer's Club. Jim McClelland laughs at a joke; Bobby Martin is next to him with Harry Paddon at the far right; Dwight E. Sullivan at front left.
Another shot of fun at the Officer's Club. Harry Paddon at left; Don Austin rolling the dice; Hugh Davis 4th from the right; Rod Giffin 3rd from the right; Dwight E. Sullivan 2nd from right; any other ID's?
Bill Blakeslee 3rd from left, Don Hodge center. Roger Ingvalson far left; don't recognize others. (Courtesy of Joe Sechler)
Appears to be Irv LeVine in the center entertaining the troops. (Courtesy of Joe Sechler)
Right side: Don Hodge, Ed Hartman, Sam Armstrong, John Murphy. Left side: Bob Smith, Jim Ross, N. Christianson. (Courtesy of Joe Sechler)
Bob Moore in left foreground. Doug Beyer recently identified the waitress as Lek. (Photo courtesy of Joe Sechler)
This picture was taken in June, 1968, and shows a 34th F-105D, #60-0449. Left to right: Crew chief Jim Gagnon, Col. Allen K. McDonald (vice wing/cc took over the wing after Col. Douglas left), another crew chief, Ben Wilt, and bomb load crew chief Johnson.
Relaxing at the hootch, circa 1965-66. Left to right: Ray Tiffin, J. R. (Rick) Layman, Stan Gunnersen, C. E. (Ed) Fox (prone on air mattress), & D. D. (Denis) O'Donoghue.
Don Hodge, John Murphy, Gary Durkee. (Courtesy of Joe Sechler)
Seated counter-clockwise: Don Hodge, Jim Ross, Gary Durkee, Mel Erwin; Standing clockwise: Darrell Ahrens, Roger Ingvalson. (Courtesy of Joe Sechler)
Bob Pielin was the first 34th member to complete 100 missions and these were the next 3, shown shortly after their mission in August 1966. Left to right: Wayne Hauth, Rick Layman, and Dick Fitzgerald. They flew their 100th in the same flight somewhere in Pack 1. The hollowed-out pineapples are full of rum.
Party suits on Don Hodge, Ray Vissotzky, Rod Giffin, George Clausen, Ken Mays, & Hugh Davis; late 1967. (Courtesy of Hugh Davis.)
L-R: Jake Shuler, Buddy Barner, Rod Giffen, George Clausen, Clyde Falls, Dave Waldrop - November 1967.
A flight in early 1968. L to R: Dave Igelman, Rog Ignvalson, Ken Everett, Monty Pharmer & Gary Durkee. (Courtesy of Monty Pharmer)
O Club probably Feb. 68. Left to right: Ben Fhurman, 4 unk., Rog Ingvalson, 3 unk., Harry Paddon, girl unk., Jack Brooks, Buddy Barner.
More fun in the club. Left to right: Ed Hartman, Bill Thomas, Bill Shunney (hand), Dave Igleman, girl unk, 2 unk, Gary Durkee, Sam Armstrong.
And more... L to R: Clyde Falls, Doug Beyre, Gary Durkee, Sam Armstrong, Larry Bogemann, Don Hodge, Joe Sechler, 3 unk, Bill Shunney, Dave Igleman, girl unk.
Don Revers and Joe Sechler listening intently to Sam Armstrong. Sometime in 1968 (Courtesy of Joe Sechler).
34th TFS Plaque Award - August 1968. Left to right: Gary Durkee, Bill Thomas, Mel Irwin, and Monty Pharmer. Bill Thomas was one of a select few who completed 200 missions over North Vietnam in the F-105. He was later killed in an F-105 accident at Kadena AFB. (Courtesy of Monty Pharmer)
Larry Bogemann, Ken Everett and OL Bell await Joe Sechler's 100 mission landing; September 1968 (Courtesy of Joe Sechler).
Doug Roysdon, Tony Germann, Jackie Crouch and Vince Colasuanno after helping Joe Sechler into and out of the pool (Courtesy of Joe Sechler).
A great shot of the Snoopy Wagon used for 100 mission parades (Courtesy of Joe Sechler). For the Snoopy Story check under Ken Mays, Guys L-M.
General Joseph J. Nazzaro (center), PACAF CINC, with 34th pilots (from left): Captains Robert M. Howard Jr., John H. Wambough Jr., James V. Barr, Olin K. Everett, Ralph E. Durnbaugh, Oral L. Bell, Darrell J. Ahrens, First Lieutenant David S. Hartman Jr. and Major Richard E. White. (USAF Photo)
34th TFS - May 1969. This is the end of tour for five Lieutenants and a Captain from the 34th. They are: Capt Lindell, Lt Bryan, Lt Hartman, Lt Hoffmeyer, Lt Ron Stafford, Lt Tilley. One of them, Ron Stafford, was KIA in a F-111 from Takhli in Nov '72. (Courtesy of Bane Lyle)
Now this is a helmet visor to be proud of!
A bunch of crew chiefs enjoy a break, late 1968. Send names if you recognize them. (Courtesy of Leon Hutchings.)
Crew Chief Ron Haufmyer at work in late 1968. (Courtesy of Leon Hutchings.)
Crew Chief Leon Hutchings in front of his locker, late 1968. (Courtesy of Leon Hutchings.)
Catholic Father Steve Otis, 34 TFS Chaplin in 1968 (Courtesy of John Murphy).
Taken by Dan Cromack in late 1966. Leo Callahan on far right; others unidentified.
Taken by Dana Cromack in late 1966, Need identification of people.