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Obviously, if one leads a lifestyle which is unhealthy (smoking, high stress, toxic exposures) and consumes an unhealthy diet (refined carbs, processed meats, saturated fats), then having a heterozygous A1298C mutation may contribute to cardiovascular disease, depression, fibromyalgia and others. : I know many doctors evaluate homocysteine only when it comes to MTHFR mutations. Those with A1298C MTHFR mutations do not display elevated homocysteine unless they are combined with C677T.Even when combined with C677T MTHFR mutations, the A1298C types still do not tend to have very elevated homocysteine.Am an old friend from the reunion days and helped setup a part of the American museum and spent some time with him. Thanks [email protected] Homer (21/12/2017) Jim "Chug"Malay, Don't know if you remember me, got at Chicksands in late 74, 202 on Charlie Flight.

[email protected] L Bowlby (24/11/17) Looking to see if there is any information on Morris (Mo) Ivans who was on Able Flight at RAF Chicksands 1966 - 1969.

He used to 1963 Austin Mini, which I bought from him in late 1966 or early 1967. Just curious if anyone remembers him and has any information on his status and current whereabouts. CMSgt [email protected] Machado Sogorka (19/11/2017) My ex-husband, Vaughan Machado, and I were at Chicksands from November 1966 through the fall, 1969.

I was the secretary in the Personnel Services Office during all that time, making

[email protected] L Bowlby (24/11/17) Looking to see if there is any information on Morris (Mo) Ivans who was on Able Flight at RAF Chicksands 1966 - 1969.

He used to 1963 Austin Mini, which I bought from him in late 1966 or early 1967. Just curious if anyone remembers him and has any information on his status and current whereabouts. CMSgt [email protected] Machado Sogorka (19/11/2017) My ex-husband, Vaughan Machado, and I were at Chicksands from November 1966 through the fall, 1969.

I was the secretary in the Personnel Services Office during all that time, making $1.00/hour with a college degree, so I like to think that I also served :-). I worked in the office with Sgt Mike La Valley, from California.

These are from 1958 to 1965; just some of the people I remember who served there. Between 19: 202's, 203's, & 29's: CMS Panter, Hap Appleton, Larry Pruitt, Dick Van Kirk, "Fat Pat" Patterson, Jim Porter, Davie Deihl, Trageser, Lambert Gonzalez, Earl Franks, Burnie Martin, Louis Burns, Gary Cooper, John Michael Seidel, Grover Jackson, Billy Bingham, Lt Dettmer, Roger Simmons, "Red" Sjolander, Charles Davis, Cotharn, Jerry Haynes, Leber, Lou Piwowarski, Evers, Dallas Swope, Dan"Duke" Dapolito, Doyle"Pappy"Clark, Bill Ricks, Willard Addington, Sue Nichols (Stars & Stripes) and sister, Sally Nichols (NCO Club), Major Breen, Capt Hornick, Willard Anderson, John Arnold, John Richardson, Alan Jackson, Don Haygood, Wallace Williams, Ed Needham.

Don Peavy, Al Gray III, John Lynch, Tony Sichenzia, Danny Leslie, Larry"Little Mac" Mc Adams, Vic Transki, John "Rip" Boyle, Bill Howell, Bob "Ziggy" Spencer, Tony Travato, Shepulski, Budelman, Murray, Ernie Tanaka, Henry Harrell, et al.

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[email protected] L Bowlby (24/11/17) Looking to see if there is any information on Morris (Mo) Ivans who was on Able Flight at RAF Chicksands 1966 - 1969.He used to 1963 Austin Mini, which I bought from him in late 1966 or early 1967. Just curious if anyone remembers him and has any information on his status and current whereabouts. CMSgt [email protected] Machado Sogorka (19/11/2017) My ex-husband, Vaughan Machado, and I were at Chicksands from November 1966 through the fall, 1969.I was the secretary in the Personnel Services Office during all that time, making $1.00/hour with a college degree, so I like to think that I also served :-). I worked in the office with Sgt Mike La Valley, from California.These are from 1958 to 1965; just some of the people I remember who served there. Between 19: 202's, 203's, & 29's: CMS Panter, Hap Appleton, Larry Pruitt, Dick Van Kirk, "Fat Pat" Patterson, Jim Porter, Davie Deihl, Trageser, Lambert Gonzalez, Earl Franks, Burnie Martin, Louis Burns, Gary Cooper, John Michael Seidel, Grover Jackson, Billy Bingham, Lt Dettmer, Roger Simmons, "Red" Sjolander, Charles Davis, Cotharn, Jerry Haynes, Leber, Lou Piwowarski, Evers, Dallas Swope, Dan"Duke" Dapolito, Doyle"Pappy"Clark, Bill Ricks, Willard Addington, Sue Nichols (Stars & Stripes) and sister, Sally Nichols (NCO Club), Major Breen, Capt Hornick, Willard Anderson, John Arnold, John Richardson, Alan Jackson, Don Haygood, Wallace Williams, Ed Needham.Don Peavy, Al Gray III, John Lynch, Tony Sichenzia, Danny Leslie, Larry"Little Mac" Mc Adams, Vic Transki, John "Rip" Boyle, Bill Howell, Bob "Ziggy" Spencer, Tony Travato, Shepulski, Budelman, Murray, Ernie Tanaka, Henry Harrell, et al.

.00/hour with a college degree, so I like to think that I also served :-). I worked in the office with Sgt Mike La Valley, from California.

These are from 1958 to 1965; just some of the people I remember who served there. Between 19: 202's, 203's, & 29's: CMS Panter, Hap Appleton, Larry Pruitt, Dick Van Kirk, "Fat Pat" Patterson, Jim Porter, Davie Deihl, Trageser, Lambert Gonzalez, Earl Franks, Burnie Martin, Louis Burns, Gary Cooper, John Michael Seidel, Grover Jackson, Billy Bingham, Lt Dettmer, Roger Simmons, "Red" Sjolander, Charles Davis, Cotharn, Jerry Haynes, Leber, Lou Piwowarski, Evers, Dallas Swope, Dan"Duke" Dapolito, Doyle"Pappy"Clark, Bill Ricks, Willard Addington, Sue Nichols (Stars & Stripes) and sister, Sally Nichols (NCO Club), Major Breen, Capt Hornick, Willard Anderson, John Arnold, John Richardson, Alan Jackson, Don Haygood, Wallace Williams, Ed Needham.

Don Peavy, Al Gray III, John Lynch, Tony Sichenzia, Danny Leslie, Larry"Little Mac" Mc Adams, Vic Transki, John "Rip" Boyle, Bill Howell, Bob "Ziggy" Spencer, Tony Travato, Shepulski, Budelman, Murray, Ernie Tanaka, Henry Harrell, et al.

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