6901st Special Communications Group
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Vigilance During the Cold War
This site is dedicated to all those who served kept the
watch against the evil Empire,
in the 6901st. And all Veterans who ever
PLEASE CONSIDER REACHING OUT TO OUR
WOUNDED TROOPS TODAY
tuhl Regional Medical Center in
Landstuhl,Germany . OUR WOUNDED WARRIORS have
increased within the
past month and need support at the first stop
they all make in
Germany at Lands and it's a top notch trauma center that triages and
wounded before they are sent when stable enough back to the USA or
back to the field.
As I was browsing through the organization list at
I didn't see Det. 1, 6927th RSM there. I don't know the history of the
but it was at Kadena AB, Okinawa until we loaded up the airplanes
and moved to
Yokota AB, Japan, in 1963, where we became
Det. 1, 6988th RSM. This was an
airborne unit consisting mainly of 203s
(MB), of which I was one, but there
were also a few Russian, Korean,
and Vietnamese linguists aboard, depending on
If I remember correctly, upon occasion, we sometimes had
individuals for other languages as well.
can relay this to Tom Pugh (if he doesn't get it by cc).
I think Tom's email
email@example.com but it is not clear on the page. An
email link to
him would make it easier.
maintaining a nice site where we can take a nostalgic
cruise once in awhile.
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