PHOTO OF MOTOR POOL TAKEN FROM GATE LOOKING EAST--SEE SKETCH 

‚ÄčJack Miller's red Opel Record station wagon with Mapping Mission Flight Line in the background.

Jack's other car, an Austin Princess (1955) found with his son Steve behind the British Embassy in 1967 or early 1968, and restored by Jack and sons and Ato Gebre Makonnen's son, Makonnen. Sold in the summer of 1970 to Capt. Earl Prechtel.

Ivan Dulskij and John Godwin

MOTOR POOL

John Cardwell and his '57 Chevy

Mike George

Ivan Dulskij and Miles Thornton

Someone pulling in to Capt. Pike's driveway in a 1968 (?) Camero

The Mapping Mission Motor Pool was located at Liddetta Air Field and maintained a wide variety of vehicles. 

SKETCH OF THE MOTOR POOL AND FLIGHT LINE AREA BY LTC TRAAS

Richard Jeanne and Miles Thornton

FAR TO UNDER-POWERED FOR FIELD WORK, THIS BRITISH-LELAND LAND ROVER SERVED WELL FOR NORMAL TRANSPORTATION.

PERSONAL VEHICLES

MILITARY VEHICLES

Earl Prechtel's "Poor man's Rolls Royce". Earl says:"I sure did have fun with that car... it attracted a lot of attention when I shipped it home." Editors note: Earl took that car back to Ft. Rucker  where he drove it until he had to sell it when he transfered back overseas.

THE WORK HORSES

Mike George and his "Convertible Jeep"

Ivan Dulskij and Richard Jeanne