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Seeking information about a Capt. Albert Skolnick who flew 105's and later F-4s



 
 
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Old September 14th 03, 03:00 AM
JGB
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Default Seeking information about a Capt. Albert Skolnick who flew 105's and later F-4s

in USAF in Nam around '65-'66. Tall, thin, dark skin, black hair.
Supposed to have done around 108 missions. Very good at hand-wrestling too
among other things. Old high school buddy; lost contact after 1970.
I knew he flew for Delta Air Lines sometime afterwards.
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Old December 16th 05, 05:41 AM
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in USAF in Nam around '65-'66. Tall, thin, dark skin, black hair.
Supposed to have done around 108 missions. Very good at hand-wrestling too
among other things. Old high school buddy; lost contact after 1970.
I knew he flew for Delta Air Lines sometime afterwards.
I KNEW SOMEONE SIMILAR, CALL SIGN " GERONIMO " , EXCEPT FLEW IN SEA '69-'71, WITH THE 366th TFW , BASED AT DA NANG, RVN. LAST I HEARD HE WAS FLYING WITH DAL, AND FLYING F-15's PART TIME IN THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD.

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