A 1/C George Marion Ingram

A 1/C George Marion Ingram, 23, formerly of Pontotoc, Mississippi, and Beloit, Wisconsin, died on November 22, 1952, when the U.S. Air Force C-124 he was aboard crashed near Anchorage, Alaska. George was born on March 10, 1929 in Pontotoc, Mississippi, the son of Frank C. and Viola H. (Howard) Ingram. When George was a […]

My 2016 Trip to Alaska

This morning I got chance to meet the team going out on the glacier. What an amazing group of men. Team, Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the hard work you all put in on bring our men home.          

Attending the services of Airman Thomas Condon

  I remembered when I received an email in 2011 from John Condon. He stated he was the nephew of Airman Thomas Condon and was hoping to get some information about the crash. He had been doing some research and came across the facebook page. I was very happy to provide as his father William […]

After 64 years, Airman Thomas Condon is being laid to rest

    JEFFERSON — After more than six decades, a Jefferson woman’s brother, who died in an Alaska military airplane crash during the Korean War, will be laid to rest.  Airman 2nd Class Thomas Condon was among 52 servicepersons who perished Nov. 22, 1952, when the Douglas C-124 Globemaster in which they were flying crashed […]

Airman Second Class Conrad Sprague

I was not able to attend the services of Airman Second Class Conrad Sprague but I am glad Airman Jimenez did a story. A ceremonial guardsman wearing white gloves raises his hand to render a salute as a white sedan pulls up to the curb. He proceeds to the vehicle where he respectfully retrieves an […]

A/2C CONRAD N. SPRAGUE 1929 – 2016

A/2C Conrad Neil Sprague (Bud) August 30, 1929 – November 22, 1952 Conrad was unfortunately taken from his family on November 22, 1952, when the C-124 he was operating in crashed into the side of Mt. Gannett, just east of Anchorage, Alaska, taking the lives of all 52 service members on board. Bud, born in […]