Thursday, December 8, 2011

Happy Birthday AFRTS

The birthday greetings are going to be a big part of our history and so far it tells an important part of our story.



Still time to get yours in!

7 comments:

  1. What a great idea and to hear old friends Ed Tooma and Gary Thompson. Great job Thom!

    Jim Johnson
    AFN Bremerhaven and Wuerzburg
    SEB Livorno
    AFKN Seoul
    Dinfos R/TV Instructor

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  2. Well Thom my boy, you did good man! This is a wonderful thing you're putting together indeed! Merry Christmas to all the folks who made AFRTS
    so great! Jim Gough

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  3. C'mon Jim Johnson, we need you on it too..

    Thom

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  4. WOW....I remember Linda (Blake) Thompson from her first days at AFN Stuttgart as a fresh DINFOS grad and then transferring into news at HQ in Frankfurt. Wonder if she has any air checks from those DJ days she wouldn't mind sharing?

    If had re-upped for 71R and stayed in for awhile, I sure would have been able to write my own ticket anywhere....and have a good career.

    SGT E5 RET Mark(Abbott)Erdman
    Long time AFRTS lover and veteran 28 year civilian broadcaster now PT with WDUX AM/FM Waupaca WI

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  5. I echo Jim Johnson's comment. Truly a GREAT job. I also agree with Thom that we need Jim Johnson (and perhaps Lips Malone) on it too!

    mike kehoe - SEB

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  6. What a great birthday card! The time I spent in New York and Taipei was truly memorable. I even moonlighted at WOR - TV's master control on the 82d floor of the Empire State Building. In 1965, it took about eight people to air "The Million Dollar Movie" including a live announcer in the booth.

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  7. The whole production is finally done. Thanks to all.

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