Any Torrejon Crew Chiefs still around?

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etagesen

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Unread post17 Mar 2007, 03:57

cutlassracer wrote:Name sounds Familier, Chadd Holley here.


Hey Chad...so does your name...what have you been doing since TJ?
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Unread post21 May 2008, 14:31

You mean Izzy's. I was at the 612th from 11/88 to 11/90. Weapons. My name is Michael Verboon.
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Unread post25 May 2008, 17:56

Yea, MSgt. Domingo Irizarry ran the snack bar. He was my trainer when I was stationed at Zaragoza, from 78-83. He started out as a KC-135 fuels repair tech. I had the chance to visit him at TJ a few times. He ran one hell of a snack bar, damn near put AAFES out of business. He made some of the best chili ever.
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Unread post31 Oct 2009, 01:12

When I was in the 612th (88-90) we called it Izzys! Anyone remember the Oasis? End of the flight line had the best fried chicken! Ahhhh the good ole days!
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Unread post20 Apr 2013, 05:35

I was in the 613th from 89-92 I remember IZZy's as well as the Oasis. lol.
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