I was at Ubon '70-'71. I was with 8thAMS and worked on the B-57G. The airplane was so ahead of its time that I was amazed in 1990 when the media was showing, as brand new technology, exactly what we were doing with the B-57.
I would love to talk to a pilot of one of those birds. Remember...only 16 were made and four of them stayed at McDill (sic). Any of them that were at Ubon have my fingerprints all over them.
SSgt USAF 1969-1971