Memories of 6910th Landsberg

Some may shy away from the past—not me! I find value and satisfaction in all of my lifeeven my regrets, of which I have a few… I'm proud to say this "memory" has had a lot of hits on the web:

I think most of us would admit we have longed to tell our family and friends something of what we did as we served in the USAFSS, and memories are all that we have left of that experience. We don't all have exactly the same memories, but usually a memory (stories, photos, etc.) recalled by one of us triggers similar or related memories in many others. I want memories to be a big part of this website, and I hope many of you will share some of yours…

So, after more than 50 years, In my story “Secret War” I’ve tried to tell "our story," at least as I remember it—for pride and posterity, I guess. I've not revealed real secrets, and only skimmed the surface of what was a very complicated intelligence gathering mission, but I hope is a worthy start to for “Memories of the 691oth Landsberg.”

http://www.raymack.com/usaf/secretwar.html

Among all the funny and perhaps frivolous things we recall, I remember proudly the dedication and care we took in doing our jobs well. Our work was import, and when we were in the compound doing our varied jobs, we served our country in a serious way…

Ray M. Thompson, A/1c - AF18410468