postal newsletter published convenient
"cut-out" forms to be mailed to and
received by Bill Geise NLT Aug 7, '06 with
details of your dinner and tour reservation
requests. On our website newsletter, we will
simply list the various reservation options
for your consideration. If you are interested
in joining us for any of these activities,
please Email 412th
webmaster NLT July 31, '06.
reservations: There will be two group dinners,
Monday Aug 21 and Wednesday Aug 23 at the
Paper-Waiter in Millville, NJ. Each dinner
will be $22 per person, prepaid by Aug 7.
|Bus Tour-Luncheon: At the
Millville Army Air Field Museum on Tuesday Aug
22 at 10 a.m. Cost is $20 per person, prepaid
by Aug 7.
|Bus Tour: Of the Wheaton
Village Glass Museum on Tuesday Aug 22 at 2
p.m. Cost is $8 per person, prepaid by Aug
those flying to the reunion!
Millville, NJ is located approx. 45 miles
from Phila. PA, Atlantic City, NJ and
Wilmington, DE commercial airports. There are
no known scheduled public or other shuttle
services to/from Millville. This means that
transportation to/from Millville will have to
be found by individuals. The Inn doesn't
have courtesy transportation to/from these
Taxi and/or Limo service is always
available at airports, however, it may be a
bit expensive to/from Millville. Discussions
were had with the AirField Museum, the Inn and
Enterprise Rental Agency personnel of
Millville to find economical transportation
At this point in time, it appears that the
most economical way to/from Millville would be
to share the cost of a car rental or taxi from
the airport with someone else. If any one
finds a less expensive way, please notify Bill
Geise or Bob Colangelo so that we can pass it
Certainly, since not being travel experts,
it is recommended that flying travelers check
with their travel agency for transportation
options to/from Millville!
and Wisdom ...
"Aim towards the Enemy" - Instructions
printed on US Rocket Launcher
"Cluster bombing from B-52's are very,
very accurate. The bombs are guaranteed to
always hit the ground." - USAF Ammo Troop
"If the enemy is in range, so are you."
- Infantry Journal
"It is generally inadvisable to eject
directly over the area you just bombed." -
U.S. Air Force Pilot training manual
"Five second fuses only last three
seconds." - Infantry Journal
"If you see a bomb technician running,
follow him." - USAF Ammo Troop
"The only time you have too much fuel is
when you're on fire." - Anon
"Don't draw fire: it irritates the
people around you." - Your buddies
"You've never been lost until you've
been lost at Mach 3." - Paul F. Crickmore
"Mankind has a perfect record in
aviation; we never left one up there!" -
"Bravery is being the only one who knows
you're afraid." - David Hackworth
Dennis Hayman will bring us up to date at
the reunion on the Orphan program.
The Newsletter was not finished before the
snow was dumped on us!
Acknowledgements from the webmaster to Bob
Colangelo for his continuing great work in providing us a wonderful newsletter, and certainly to Bill Geise for keeping us in a sound financial
position with our $$.
Until the next time, Blessings to all.
As you think, so shall you become." ... E.