17th TCS Firebird Homepage

These pages are dedicated to those men, who gallantly served their country during World War II and the Vietnam era as members of the 17th Troop Carrier Squadron (17th TCS) and later as the 17th Tactical Airlift Squadron (17th TAS). Never have so few done so much at such risk to themselves and their aircraft.

Be sure to check out: The Italian Salute, High Jinks on the Greenland Ice Cap and other great adventure stories.

"Wary Denny
Opens door
Foamy fired
Even score
... Burma Shave"

Greetings and Congrats!

Your site has been selected as a recipient of this weeks Crème de la Crème Awards. We REALLY enjoyed the site!

We feel that you are providing superior services and products to the internet community and we do appreciate your efforts!

Congratulations on being recognized in the Crème de la Crème of the internet!

You are in fine company. Good luck with EVERYTHING!

Jim Carson

Web Master

July 11, 1996

Congratulations, Your site has qualified for my "Outstanding WW Site Award".


July 11, 1996



Star of the Web

Congratulations! Great site! Your site has been chosen a "Star of the Web" for July 16, 1996.

Chad Seltzer




Congratulations! The CoolBoard met in Executive Session recently to consider your nomination. We are pleased to confirm that you are officially a member of Who's Cool In America and, for our international friends, Who's Cool International.

Cool Regards,

Who's Cool in America &
Who's Cool International

July 10, 1996



Greetings & Congratulations:

Because your site provides free useful information, your site has won the "NetGiver" Award.

Congratulations & thank you for creating a site that gives to the world wide Internet community.


July 12, 1996



We at NETSCREAM! want to congratulate you on the outstanding design and usefulness of your website. In recognition of your extreme coolery we award you the "NETSCREAM OF THE CROP 4-Shade Site Award" (also known as the UV Award for Ubiquitous You have been rated on the thoroughness and relevance of your site, as well as design innovativeness and accessability. In other words, your site makes the web a better place to be.

The four pairs of sunglasses on the image enclosed means our way-hip, eight-eyed webcrawler needed four pairs of shades to protect his eyes from the UV rays emanating from your site. Good Job!

Thanks for all of the time and efforts you have invested in your page and Good Luck in the future!

Scott P. Galbraith

June 25, 1996




17th TCS Firebirds... utilization... service... content... partial Netscape

A gem of a site regarding the history and service of a military unit....

Rating - 10

June 28, 996



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