Reunions of

 Korat Handlers


Photo Above: Three former Korat Handlers, taken during the VSPA Reunion in Hampton, VA. (Left to Tight): David Adams, David Priest Jr., Walt Stanlonis. 
Tom Lucha (Left) and John Homa  (Right) got together in May of 2002 for a mini-reunion.  John and Tom both called Cleveland, Ohio their homes during their tour at Korat.  John now lives in Tennessee and Tom is retired and living in North Carolina. These K9 troopers have stayed in touch over 30 years after serving at Korat in 1968-1969. John Homa was also  stationed at U-Tapao 1970-1972. 

Photo Above: Bill Mindel (left) and John Homa (right, Korat 68-69, met at the VDHA 2002  Reunion in St. Louis after 34 years. John now lives in Tennessee and Bill is living in New York near Buffalo. 

Reunion of Korat Handlers # 2

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