Ever wonder where your jet wound up? Put in storage at AMARC or maybe flown as a drone and then blew away by some F-22 jock. The lucky ones get put in museums or on a stick or maybe they’re a Gate Guard.
Scroll down the page and find your jet. If it’s blank, claim your jet. I know you took pictures so pull them out and upload them here so I can add them to the list. Who crewed it? Who was the pilot? What was the Rank then?
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Back in 1975/76, I was on the newspaper staff at Seaside High School, Seaside, California. I also did a little publishing on my own.
Our school newspaper was called “The Horizon”. I wrote a column called “This Day in Seaside History”. This allowed me to comb the morgue reading old copy. In the 60’s, someone got away with publishing the school paper under the banner, “Seaside High Illustrated Times”. Please take the time to reread that until you get the joke.
We were cleaning out our closet last weekend and came across a relic from my high school days. Courtesy of the brand new Xerox machine in the library, I published an “underground” newspaper called “Horizontal” in my senior year.