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With heavy heart I have to inform you that Jimmy Graczyk slipped the bonds of this existence on 6/5/2017. "Jimmy G." was always the ultimate professional Spectre Lead Gunner with a smile ALWAYS on his face. Jim was a super guy and mentor to so many young Spectres. More information to follow when it is available.
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Check out DATELINE ON NBC Website. Title
is "Secrets in the Smoky Mountains"This
is the story of the former AC-130H SPECTRE gunner that along with his
wife, murdered her ex husband. You may see PJ
Cook and Bill Walter in some short segments as well...."Don't
watch it Alone"!!http://www.nbc.com/dateline/video/secrets-in-the-smoky-mountains/3458281
Also the NBC Film Crew Filmed this segment on our "AC-130 World":
Spectre Gunship Rings
Now Available to order
SAD NEWS: Another Spectre has passed...John T. Peters
March 12, 1949 - January 18, 2017 Newport, Michigan | Age 67 Burial was at St. Charles Cemetery
8109 Swan Creek Rd.Newport, MI 48162. John T. Peters, age 67, of Newport, passed away Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at the University of Michigan Hospital, after a 1 month stay in their Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit surrounded by his family. Upon his death, he became a tissue and bone donor through the Gift of Life. Born in Monroe, John was the son of Kenneth and Helen (Fix) Peters. He proudly served his country in the United States Air Force from February 4, 1969 until February 3, 1975, serving 2 tours of duty during the Vietnam War stationed in Thailand. John was decorated with the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Air Force Good Conduct Medal and the Air Medal with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters. He recently attended the 50th reunion of the Air Force Spectre Division. John married the love of his life, Linda Miller, on November 4, 1978 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Kalamazoo, a wedding that will never be forgotten. John worked for Chrysler for over 41 years, retiring in 2008 from the Trenton Engine Plant. He was a faithful member of St. Charles Catholic Church and the NRA. John was an avid U of M Football fan and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and golf.
John leaves to cherish his memory, Linda, his wife of the past 38 years; children: Patrick J. Peters of China Township and Erin L. (Ryan) Johnson of Monroe; siblings: Barbara Larrow of Monroe, Catherine (Tom) Ballard of Chesaning and Charles (Sharan) Peters of Monroe. Sadly, he was preceded in death by his parents.
Those wishing to make a memorial contribution in honor of John are asked to consider St. Charles, Changing Lives Together, or St. Charles Catholic Church. The family would like to express their sincere "Thank You" to the staff of the U of M Cardiovascular ICU for the excellent care given to John.
A SPECTRE LEGEND IS GONE> ALL GUNS SAFE AND CLEAR
is with sadness that we have to announce that MSgt James "Gunner Jack"
Jackson has taken his Finial Flight on 21 September 2016. WINCHESTER -
ALL GUNS SAFE & CLEAR.....
Rest In Peace Gunner Jack, see you at the Grand Reunion in the Halls of