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Plans are now being made for our REUNION on Indianapolis in 2022.  Preliminary contracts have been signed with a hotel to be our headquarters for the September 6-9, 2022 period with arrival on Tuesday and departure on Friday.

Additional information regarding costs, activities, and other arrangements are still under discussion and planning but you can set your 
calendar date planner to save these dates.  It will be nice to be able to see old friends and make new friends after being shut off for the past two years by the Covid pandemic.  Check back here periodically as additional details are finalized and reported.

We have been informed of the passing of two more of our Iceland veterans.  
Major Archie Anz Jr. passed away January 9, 2012.
Lt. Colonel Eugene E. Miller passed away May 10. 2021.

Obituaries for these gentlemen and others who preceded them in death are available for viewing on the "Taps" page along with the list of all other Iceland Service Veterans for whom we have received information that they also have gone to their eternal reward.  We offer their and all the other veteran's families and friends our sincere condolences.  News posted June 26, 2021


We have been informed of the passing of Life Member Marion Ray.  He served at H-1 1966-67.  He died March 19th, 2021.  We extend our sympathies to his family and friends.  He was a great supporter of our Reunion Group and was always ready and willing to do whatever was asked of him.  

We would also like to welcome a new Life Member, Donald Chatfield, a H-1 veteran from April 1968-April 1969.

The first Newsletter of 2021 has been added to our Newsletters page.  

To get the latest information about our reunion planning and a bit of history from the various sites in Iceland you can click HERE.   We have Jerry Tonnell to thank for providing us with so much history and keeping us informed about what is happening with our group.

We have been informed of the passing of our member James Daniel "Dan" Hopwood Jr. on January 29, 2021.  We offer our sympathies to his family and friends.  He was stationed at H-3 in 1960-61 as a Power Plant Technician.

We have received notice that the son of our long-time member and Assistant-Chairman Larry Robin has died.   We extend our sympathies to Larry and his wife Marguerite on the loss of the son Larry Eugene Robin Jr.  His son often drove his father to our reunions and joined us in the reunion activities.

Larry Eugene (Jr.) Robin

Sibille Funeral Home

May 21, 1956 ~ January 17, 2021 (age 64)


Port Barre- A Mass of Christian Burial will be held for Larry Robin, Jr. at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 23, 2021, visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. with a Rosary at 9:30 a.m. in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Port Barre.

Larry, age 64, a resident of Port Barre, passed away on Sunday, January 17, 2021 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Lafayette.

Larry was a Veteran of the United States Armed Forces having served in the United States Air Force. Larry, as a young man joined the Boy Scouts of America achieving the highest honors one can achieve an Eagle Scout. He was a member of Knights of Columbus and participated in the annual International Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament.

Larry is survived by his  parents, Larry and Marguerite Robin, Sr. of Alexandria, brother, Mark Robin of Conroe, Texas, sisters, Cindy Campbell of Alexandria, and Susan Tompkins and her husband, Randy of Spanaway, Washington, niece, Emily Gleich & husband Kyle,  nephews, Alec Campbell & wife Lindsey, Brian Robin & fiance ' Chelsea, great nieces, Ryley Robin , Clara Campbell, Cadance Gleich, great nephews, Kolbe Campbell, Kolin Campbell, and Cory Gleich, aunts, Mary Chachere & husband Danny and  Bonnie Robin, uncles, Burtman Nezat, Jr. & wife Carolyn and  Butch Robin & wife Margaret , also numerous cousins, friends, and favorites.

In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Larry Robin Jr. can be made to the charity of your choice.

Words of Comfort to the family may be expressed at Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Sibille Funeral Home of Port Barre, Louisiana.  Posted Jan. 19, 2021