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Discussion in 'New Member Intros' started by Mark Bellamy, Dec 23, 2018.
Hello from Indianapolis
Hi Mark, Welcome to the forum.
Welcome to the group Mark.
Hi and welcome!
Howdy, Hoosier buddy! Welcome to the madhouse!
Welcome! Hope to stop by the Grissom Air museum, next time I go through Indiana.
Welcome to GT Mark!
Welcome to the forum, Mark!
Welcome to the friendliest Gretsch guitar site on the inter webs!
Welcome to Gretsch-Talk Mark!
Actually, the really good one is in Dayton, Ohio at Wright-Patterson AFB. Grissom is nice, but small compared to the USAF's main museum. Give yourself an entire day to check it all out. Also, check out the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo. I'm a USAF vet and a history nut as well.
Grissom has been demoted to a Air National Guard Base. What's really cool is that Grissom's call sign is GUS, after it's namesake, Hoosier astronaut Gus Grissom.
I’ve been to both. USAF Museum is indeed great! If I go there again, I’d love to see the XB-70 as I couldn’t the last time (some years ago) due to heightened terror alert status. I, myself, am a Coast Guard veteran. Aim High!
Hello and welcome. outside Indy myself
Welcome from Kanuckistan Mark!
Semper Paramus, Coastie! It's been quite a while since I served. We still were flying prop fighters (Douglas AE-1 Skyraiders) and Gooney Birds. My last base was RAF Lakenheath---Statue of Liberty Wing/ NATO in England. Loved it! '71-72---name a band---I saw them! Almost made up for Nam.
The USAF Museum has grown a lot since I was there last. Los of the planes from the far hanger have been moved up to the expanded main facility, including the XB-70 and the SR-71 Blackbird. The B-36 is still the biggest thing in there.
Where-abouts? We've got quite a few Hoosiers on here.
Welcome Mark! We need to see pics of your guitar.