These listings will tell you where our "known" members are.  It also displays those "Unknowns" that we're trying to locate...
If you're associated in any way with ABCCC then we want you on the listings.  Click here and fill out the form.
Here's your chance to spout off and tell us what you're all about...  We want your input!!!
History
Weather data from old ABCCC haunts...
Webmaster Notes
 

 

Alleycat • Cricket • Moonbeam • Hillsboro • Trump
Welcome

October's Photo

Ho Chi Minh Trail near Ban Ban
circa 1969

You have landed on a web site designed to reestablish and maintain contact between the men and women who served in any capacity connected with the USAF's 7th and/or 42nd Airborne Command and Control Squadrons.

They were the personnel who dreampt up, established, and maintained the USAF's iqoptions capability of the Airborne Battlefield Command and Control Center (ABCCC).

The ABCCC was a "flying command post" filled with individuals of different ranks, specialties and responsibilities whose task it was to coordinate the location and destruction of enemy supplies, equipment and personnel, providing protection to our own and allied ground forces, while at the same time, keeping hundreds of aircraft who were in the air, at the same time, and in the same general vicinity, from running into one another...

The USAF's 7th and 42nd ACCS operated out of many areas, starting at Danang Air Base in South Vietnam in 1967 and ending 1xbet maximum bonus up at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona where the unit was deactivated in September of 2002.

Throughout this site you'll read about thing we did or maybe about things we were involved in along the way. If you see something here you like, let us know. If you find something that you don't like, let us know that too..

Gene Hilsheimer - Webmaster


Webmaster's Notes:

03 Sep 03 -New link added to links page for those of us who were at Udorn in April 1970 and remember dream-trading.co.za/1xbet-promo-code-and-deposit-bonus the battle-damaged F-4 that crashed in the middle of the base - on top of the AFTN station...

If you have any suggestions, comments, corrections to stuff I've done here... please email me at genehil1@abtriplec.com.

 
 
Add yourself to the list of members:
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Reunion Corner:
August 1-4, 2004 - Biloxi, MS
All other official ABCCC Reunion Info is maintained by Barry Watson on his ABCCC Reunion Site.
 
Got Pics???
Email your ABCCC pics to hilshee@yahoo.com and they'll end up here on our site. If you don't have any way to scan them, send them to me and I'll scan them, post them and return them.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This web site is not affiliated with any U.S. Government Agency. It exists solely for providing a place for former members of the United States Air Force's Airborne Battlefield Command and Control operations to maintain contact and transfer information.
Please direct any comments to the Webmaster.