Board Member / ASA Historian
Seat #5 - Vern Greunke
I served a year in Vietnam, doing short-range radio direction finding, locating enemy units' radio transmitters. Later I was assigned to a mountaintop Air Force Station in Taiwan, where the services worked at electronic snooping more distant targets.
In late February 1968, days after the Naval spy ship, the Pueblo, was captured, volunteers were sought to go to Korea on temporary duty. I went that March.
Years ago, I created a website and database for former ASA members, now at more than 50,000 records, with members posting their name/numbers and then contacting each other for personal and unit reunions.
Sincerely, Vern Greunke