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Re: 474 MMS, 1972-73
Posted by Roger S Graeff on 11/14/2017, 9:48:51, in reply to "Re: 474 MMS, 1972-73"
My father was Roger S Graeff, with the 474th and 'on loan' to the 6280th SOS.. He ran the weapons maintence and ended up going out on a run to better inderstand why/how your barrels were jamming/melting. I believe you took a hit so he had to assume the port side (something he hadn't done before). I believe Portz was the another pilot? I am desperately looking for help in locating anyone who could help me find one of his buddies who also served out of Tahkli. My father passed in '06 and never came to terms with his time in country. I'm want to honor him and help him find peace but getting his buddy's name on the wall (currently not there however his buddy was definitely KIA). Due to the black ops the 6280th sos were involved in they 'didn't exist', which is why I believe his name doesn't appear on the wall. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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