Last revised: April 21, 2013

2010 Reunion - Album #1.
(41st - 6913th - 7011th Air Force Squadrons)

1st Day Registration!


2010 Reunion Chairman Brent 'Huk' Tracy and Catherine Tracy




Brent 'Huk' Tracy, Michele Uhler (Rosey's daughter)


Mary Ann MacDonald, Mary Kay Olson, Elly Phillips


Paul Reihms (NH), Arnie Olson (MN)

"Always great to see 'old' friends again!"

Jim Reusch (MA), Karen Fandrick (FL)

Breakfast Friends

Ron Fandrick, Joe Newby

Arnie Olson (MN), Ralph MacDonald (CA)

Catherine Tracy, Terry Ryder, Mary Ann McDonald

"Are we having fun, or what..."

Diane Dowling, Karen Fandrick, Terri Maddox


Arnie Olson (MN), Mac McDonald (SC), Goke Gauthier

Connie Reihms, Winnie Reusch, Judy King

Waiting to board the tour buses!


Gloria Young, Elly Phillips, Karen & Ron Fandrick, Huk Tracy,
Mike & Terri Ryder, Twitch Wimmer, James Young


Last revised: April 21, 2013

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 Historic Savannah, GA

Savannah dates back to 1733. Founded by James Edward Oglethorpe, the first "planned" city is designed with a series of grids, or squares (with flowers, statues and benches, under great grandfather oaks) for park-like havens. Enjoy this charming coastal city by walking, (Savannah was named one of the Top Ten walking cities by Walking Magazine), riding in a horse-drawn carriage or via trolley. Some businesses are named Moon River (for Johnny Mercer, the song's lyricist, born and raised in Savannah). His grave is in the Bonaventure Cemetery.

Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia, and thanks to the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) (the nation's top arts college), has been restored and transformed from an old town into young one with trendy shops and food.

The few-miles-square historic district has 21 famous tree-lined squares and cobblestone streets surrounded by 19th century mansions, landmark churches and inns. Some squares become outdoor wedding chapels on weekends. Enjoy historic tours by day and lantern-lit ghost tours by night. You'll notice the Parisian accent in the French Gothic cathedrals, sidewalk cafes, the artsy Paris Market, and the olive-oil tasting room.

Find time to visit the beautiful Ballastone Inn (a former 19th-century bordello); the stately Mansion on Forsyth Park (Once a cream of society funeral home); and the Mulberry Inn (previously the Coca Cola bottling plant).

America's Most Beautiful Cemetery: The historic Bonaventure Cemetery is a former plantation where the famous and infamous rest beneath ancient oaks and stone angels, and worth some extra time to view. The cemetery is composed of 160 acres overlooking the Wilmington River. Songwriter Johnny Mercer (Jeepers Creepers, Come Rain or Come Shine) is buried there. He was born in Savannah in 1909.

The Roadhouse Railroad Museum has an actual old time rail car where you can enjoy lunch.

The Savannah Theater is the oldest running theater in America.

If you like ice cream, don't forget to stand in line at Leopold's Ice Cream (since 1919) on E Broughton Street.

Plan a trip to Tybee Island too (20 minutes away). The Light Station and Museum was built in 1773 and is at the north end of the island and you'll find 3-miles of public beaches and a quaint area of oceanfront restaurants, shops and a pavilion at the south-end pier. For serious seafood, check out Joe's Crab Shack on the island.

And... before you leave Savannah, be sure and try the Cajun crab eggs benedict at Huey's Southern Cafe down on the waterfront.

We have accumulated a ton of information about this beautiful and historic city, and as we sort it all out, we'll share what we've found, so please check back here often.  In the meantime, feel free to visit these important Savannah, GA Websites:

1. Savannah Convention and Visitors Bureau:















These are but a fraction of the many Websites you'll find on the Internet about Savannah. Catherine and Huk Tracy are excited about everyone coming to our 2010 Reunion and enjoying one of the most beautiful and historic cities of America.

Add some extra time for enjoying a beautiful and historic part of America:

1. Hilton Head Island, SC  
2. Beaufort, SC 
3. St Simons Island, GA
4. Charleston, SC
5. Bluffton, SC
6. Jekyll Island, GA

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