We Did It

During the mid-60s, when the B-52Gs began a progression of serious modifications related to low-level flight, Bomb/Nav suddenly needed more space. The powers that be decided that Avionics should move their shop to a vacant warehouse a stone’s throw to the west. The problem was that it needed wiring for 117 and 220 VAC, both […]

Hangar 574 Demolished

Metal Hangar 574 has been leveled to the ground in the name of progress For those who remember, the hangar was abandoned and had become a dangerous eyesore to say the least The Metal Nose Docks were originally built and known as “T” Hangars These were the B-36 days when only the wings were covered […]

Ana Maria Javariz School Field Trip

The Ana Maria Javarez School visited the Museum Facilities along with teachers and parents  The students, that visited the Museum, are part of a special education program that helps advance children that have fallen behind educationally due to the lack of proper school funding or proper teacher availability The Ana Maria Javarez School is an […]

Ramey ATC Tower Update II

We continue to stay in touch with the rehabilitation our beloved Air Traffic Control Tower The projects first stage seems to be on target. The removal of all contaminants, from the structure, should be finished by the end of December 2012. The “Air Quality Control Team” expects the targeted date to be met but mentions […]

RAFBHA Board of Directors

A most important job during next March’s Ramey Reunion (18-23) is election of new Board Members. Any RAFBHA member attending the reunion is encouraged to consider this vital volunteer work for a couple of years. Contact X-Officio President Ken Coombs and tell him you’re ready to “sign up” and stand for election. Board members attend […]