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Date Posted: 13:07:21 08/11/13 SunPDT
Author: jim connelly (welcome home)
Author Host/IP: 98.154.174.164
Subject: Re: PLEIKU AFB K-9 (633d, 6254th SPS)
In reply to: Sgt Richard "Rick" Schlosser 633 SPS K-9 's message, "Re: PLEIKU AFB K-9 (633d, 6254th SPS)" on 18:20:40 08/14/07 TuePDT

rebel's handler was larry DeLoach, the best dog handler i ever saw in 'Nam. Sadly he was killed in a car accident in Florida a couple of years after getting home>>I was a dog handler at Pleiku for March of 69 to
>March of 70 and I handle Rebel 327F. He was the dog
>the the handler before me I think his name was
>Delouger had taught him a bunck of tricks. He was kind
>of a mix with some collie in him but a great dog. I
>still think about some of the guys I hung out with a
>wonder where they are and even if there are still
>alive. I would like to hear from you guys, Sikes,
>Voss, Dam anyone.

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[> [> [> Re: PLEIKU AFB K-9 (633d, 6254th SPS) -- M, 17:41:44 10/08/16 SatPDT (65.128.50.51)

>rebel's handler was larry DeLoach, the best dog
>handler i ever saw in 'Nam. Sadly he was killed in a
>car accident in Florida a couple of years after
>getting home>>I was a dog handler at Pleiku for March
>of 69 to
>>March of 70 and I handle Rebel 327F. He was the dog
>>the the handler before me I think his name was
>>Delouger had taught him a bunck of tricks. He was kind
>>of a mix with some collie in him but a great dog. I
>>still think about some of the guys I hung out with a
>>wonder where they are and even if there are still
>>alive. I would like to hear from you guys, Sikes,
>>Voss, Dam anyone.

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[> [> [> Re: PLEIKU AFB K-9 (633d, 6254th SPS) -- Mar Arguello (Content,), 17:52:36 10/08/16 SatPDT (65.128.50.51)

So you knew Sikes, we hung out together (by accident) on same days off. I remember a brother - Washington and Spracklin (dark hair wore glasses). I arrived there when the 633rd became 6254th Air Base Squadron. Offical USAF history doesn't include 6254th, for supporting Operation Tame the West,May 1970 as the staging area for Cambodia Incursion.

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