Ed Saiz at Bar Soraya '63/'65
Bar Soraya during Fred Madden's visit in 2015.
Unchanged, but now named "Cafe Delicias"
Steve Marston, COMM Plotter, B Flight 1964
"On the job, cutting the mustard"
Travis Quinn in his room at the barracks, beside him - stereo system of the day and a photo of his girlfriend (now his wife) 1966
Left: Travis Quinn clearing his gun at the Armory
Travis Quinn, on duty in Morón, 1966
Left to right: Sheila Hardie, Jim Allen (K-9), Bill Vickery, Margo Scott - in Torremolinos 1963
Margo Scott (later Vickery) in Morocco 1963. Met Bill Vickery on vacation
Zaragoza AFB, off-base housing (Note the '59 Ford wagon)
Zaragoza AB tower and C-54 transport
F-102 Delta Dagger at Zaragoza 1960
Emmel, lest you continue to have trouble finding your favorite photo (yourself), it is now being featured on the home page of this site. We aim to please! (The original photo is right where it’s always been, on Photo Gallery pg 1 in a slideshow of your pics. It must be you who is doing the shuffling!)
I occasally access the web site and I must tell
You (and all your helpers, if you have any) are doing a great job.
No complaints except one small one. You simply must stop shuffling the photos. Its getting to the point where I can’t even find my favorite photo (myself as the Desk Sargent in San Pablo).
Is there any way I can be of help?
Keep up the good work.
Many great memories of Z.A.B. and the guys of B flight and a great squadron commander, Col. Walter Meade. And I will never forget midnight shift and the coldest that I have ever been in all my seventy one years. Milting snow, sleet and thirty knot winds coming down from Mouncayo. And at two A.M. walking the flight line talking to all the sentries is Col. Meade talking to each of us and asking if the strike team was giving us time to warm up in the truck and were we getting hot coffee. He was the best.
And it was there in the base snackbar that met the the daughter of Chief Master Sargent Miller and a year later we would be married. Yes, ZAB was a very special place for me.