C-123's in SEA

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C-123's in SEA  

 

Welcome to the Home of  C-123's in Southeast Asia.

If you were an American Air Force, Coast Guard, Vietnamese Air Force, or civilian (Air America) member of an aircrew, mechanic, or support personnel, of the good old Provider, this is your  site.  All of you are invited to join the site and attend our reunions.

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Time to get your reservations in!  

C123s in South East Asia REUNION

November 7 - 11th, 2014 at the

Stone Castle Resort and Conference Center

3050 Green Mountain Drive Branson, MO  65616

Group Rate:  Standard Single/Double $74.95              Upgrades available

Toll Free: 800-677-6906                       Fax: 417-335-4912

     IMPORTANT !!!   Please use Group ID: 399450 to get the proper rate.

Questions - Please contact me at srice@centurytel.net  or cell: 417-872-9750

                              
                              Info about Hotel:   
 
                              Info about Branson Shows:  Branson Shows
 
 
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To join our group, please go to the SIGN UP page and fill out the formThe webmaster will then gladly admit you to the group and add your name and only your e-mail contact info to the MEMBERS CONTACT INFO page.  All your info will be used to create a MASTER LIST which is kept by Sue Rice.
 
To all us "old" members, please use the sign up page to update any changes in your address or contact info.  We will then update the website and the MASTER LIST.  Hopefully, you will find a few old friends on the list.  Someone on the list may already be looking for you. 
 
We will be glad to include your pictures, stories, links etc. to the site. Please email these items to the webmaster.   
 
 We have added a memorial page to honor those crewmembers who perished in the  Provider, or remain missing.  We have also added a page of all the known C-123 crashes in SEA. If you can add any info about them, please do.  Corrections are especially welcome.  Most of our sources only listed those killed in the crash, we would like to list the survivors as well, and hear from them.  I'm sure these people have some amazing stories.  We also want to create another page honoring non-flying  fatalities.  We ask your help in providing, names, dates, places and circumstances.
 
 Additionally, please pass this site address along to anyone you know who is eligible to join or interested in our/your history. 
 
 
Thanks for visiting our site.....Webmaster, Ray L. Merritt 
[ Pilot, 311th and 309th, Mar 67- Mar 68], and the Den Mother, Sue Rice.