Frederick Neubauer (Civilian)

Gender: Male
Hometown: Pontiac, Illinois
Military Status: Veteran
About Me:
I think I answered most of that in the last block

I retired from the U.S. Air Force on 1 July 1982. I spent 21 years, 6 months and 11 days on active duty. My best assignment was as Site Commander at OLC, 1945 Comm Gp, located at Heidelberg Army Air Field, just outside of Heidelberg Germany. My job was maintaining what was considered weather equipment, such as runway wind speed and direction equipment, visibility systems, cloud heigth/coverage systems, etc. Was a wonderful career, and even today I guess I miss the association with the military. Since my retirement, I worked civil service, mainly because I could work in the overseas locations and exercise my rights as a retired service-member. I worked for a total of 9 years in Heidelberg Germany at Campbell Barracks. Was a wonderful experience, as I had my passport, my European Drivers license, and a BMW to go where I wanted, when I wanted. Heidelberg was 8 hours from the South of France, Antibes, Cannes, Nice, etc., Italy was also within a days drive, and Amsterdam was 4 hours from Heidelberg, eventhough it was 365 miles.

After returning to the states I worked at the Presidio of San Francisco until its closure in 1993, at which time I went to work for a Brokerage Firm known then as Lombard Brokerage, which was the first On-Line Brokerage firm. After about one year, it was bought out by Morgan-Stanley/Dean Whitter, which when they took over, our monthly bonus's were cut in half. I am just now applying for Social Security, and hopefully will be able to return to Europe on vacation once in a while to see the many places where I have spent my youth.

Frederick's Assignment History

Vandenberg AFB
Unit: 392nd Comm Group
1980 1982
Heidelberg
Unit: OLC, 1945th Comm Group
1976 1980
Heidelberg AAF
Unit: OLC, 1945th Comm Group
1976 1980
Illesheim
Unit: OLE, 7th Weather Squadron
1975 1976
Hurlburt Field, Florida
Unit: Det 75, 9th Weather Wing
1973 1975
Chanute AFB
Unit: 3363rd Instructor Sq
1971 1973
Reese AFB
Unit: Weather Squadron
1971 1971
Shemya Station
Unit: Weather Squadron
1970 1971
McClellan AFB
Unit: Weather Equipment Maintenance Depot
1968 1970
Chanute AFB
Unit: Student Squadron
1967 1968
Columbus AFB
Unit: Personnel Admin
1965 1967
Chanute AFB
Unit: Personnel Admin
1964 1965
Columbus AFB
Unit: Security Police Training Unit
1963 1964
RAF Chicksands
Unit: 6950th RGM
1961 1963
Keesler AFB
Unit: 33 something Student Sq
1960 1961
Lackland AFB
Unit: Forgotten
1960 1960

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Tamie Towers
Tamie Towers said on 03/01/2012 at 05:20 am
I salute you with a song - A song written, and dedicated to you, our brave veterans - It is called - I'll Go (A Soldiers Oath) - by Kelly's Lot - Here's the link - You can copy & paste, or type the following link into your address bar: http://youtu.be/c5p1Qiqggao - (this is not a download, simply a link to a YouTube video) - Thank you for your service and sacrifice - I appreciate every day, what you have done for us - Tamie Towers - Patriot - Tamiesbox@roadrunner.com - P.S. My dear friend Kelly Zirbes of Kelly's Lot wrote and performed this song and has given permission for the video to be shared and/or embedded anywhere.

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