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Robert G. Pellerin

I am Bob Pellerin. I had 3 tours to Guam. From 1966 through 1968. Worked as A/C pneudraulic repairman/Crewman. B-52,Kc-135,F4,A6, C-130. Flew over (30) B-52 missions/sorties. Viet Nam, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Philippines, and Chrome Dome/Norad visits near Russia. I also would like to see any pictures of me on the flight-line or in cockpit. I was very fortunate to fly with the Wing Commander. Our Tail # was 086, he was a colonel. I also was SAR on KC/EC 130 for LT Col. Crum shot down over VN. I also was flight trained at Castle/Westover. I served with The Black Eagles in Arc Light. There is a B-52 in The Air Force Museum and my initials are scratched into the right forward gear well, while I donated my blood, and some in that cockpit too! Anyone remember me?
I was on flying status regular bomb runs to VN, and one special SAR for LT COl Crum shot down and lost. The c-130 carried drums of AO from Guam -Phil-VN. The tail door opened for SAR viewing etc and the AO flew all over me. Drank bad H20 in and near Andersen, loaded bombs for delivery on same platform.
in 1995 and 2000, I was treated for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. The SLoan Kettering anaylisis proved to probably be due to AO. This took a great deal of life from me and I have been looking for others since then. Sgt. USAF Robert G. Pellerin 1965-1969 99th FMS, Westover AFB, TDY 1966-1968 3 tours.

Robert G. Pellerin

I am Bob Pellerin. I had 3 tours to Guam. From 1966 through 1968. Worked as A/C pneudraulic repairman/Crewman. B-52,Kc-135,F4,A6, C-130. Flew over (30) B-52 missions/sorties. Viet Nam, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Philippines, and Chrome Dome/Norad visits near Russia. I also would like to see any pictures of me on the flight-line or in cockpit. I was very fortunate to fly with the Wing Commander. Our Tail # was 086, he was a colonel. I also was SAR on KC/EC 130 for LT Col. Crum shot down over VN. I also was flight trained at Castle/Westover. I served with The Black Eagles in Arc Light. There is a B-52 in The Air Force Museum and my initials are scratched into the right forward gear well, while I donated my blood, and some in that cockpit too! Anyone remember me?
I was on flying status regular bomb runs to VN, and one special SAR for LT COl Crum shot down and lost. The c-130 carried drums of AO from Guam -Phil-VN. The tail door opened for SAR viewing etc and the AO flew all over me. Drank bad H20 in and near Andersen, loaded bombs for delivery on same platform.
in 1995 and 2000, I was treated for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. The SLoan Kettering anaylisis proved to probably be due to AO. This took a great deal of life from me and I have been looking for others since then. Sgt. USAF Robert G. Pellerin 1965-1969 99th FMS, Westover AFB, TDY 1966-1968 3 tours.

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