Korat Reunions # 3

 

                              Photo Above (L-R) David Priest &  David Adams were bunkmates at Korat RTAFB. They were reunited on

 

  Photo Above: (L-R) Terry Strickland, David Adams and John Lacavita (Former dog handlers at Korat RTAFB, circa 1969-1970). John Lacavita was the handler Terry picked to take over his drug dog dog (Mr. Misty) to take to Don Mung.  This was the first reunion for Adams and Strickland and the first reunion for Lacavita with anyone he served with in Thailand. They were at the dog school located on the site of the old DOD Dog Center (Lackland AFB, Tex) For a ceremony at the site of Nemo's kennel. 

Reunion of Korat Handlers # 4

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