Update: 26 November 2009:
Google Earth overlay provided by 林俊昇 Lin, Chun-Sheng
This undated site plan drawing of Taipei Air Station was included in the documents I received from Mr. Terence Sherwood, who was the 327th Air Division Historian in 1970.
Look at this - it brings you right back onto the Air Station - the old days, what memories!
I am gathering information to identify who was in each building, what the name of the office was, what went on in that building number, and/or anything else you can remember from your days on the Air Station.
Building 6 was named the Cotton Building and it contained the 2165th Communications Squadron Offices and facilities in 1965 - 1968.
Building 7 was called Club 13, the NCO Club in 1965 - 1968.
Please take a few minutes of your time and help me ID these buildings through the years.
Be sure to tell me what years you were at Taipei Air Station.
Some of the buildings changed occupants, so what you remember during your time was something completely different during my time.
I will include a list of building numbers and their occupants when I post the History of Taipei Air Station later this fall.
E-mail your information to me at: TaipeiAirStation@hawaii.rr.com
Thank you for helping us identify the buildings and together we will see how things changed over the years.
Be sure to click on the picture. It will open into a clear document with clearly identifiable building numbers. The Site Plan photo was restored by my friend Bruce Rayle.