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George Bowling dropped by on Friday, May 12, 2006
I thoroughly enjoyed taking you up in my F-105 Wild Weasel at Korat air base about '68 or '72. It's been a long time... Thank you for autographed copies of 105's in SE Asia. I've also enjoyed reading others' comments on this site.

John Brooks Devoe dropped by on Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Greetings from NH Keith...just a note, in case you thought I had died and gone to heaven...new e-mail address indicated above. At age 83 and sixty-plus years of fying (USAAF, USAF, and other)I hung up the headset, sold my beautiful 200 mph wooden wonder the homebuilt Falco.
Time to let a few old campires die.
Your 12"x24" original painting of my KC-97G continues to hang in an honored place on my library wall!
Cheers, John (Chief. Art and Museum Branch, SAFOI 1965-68)

John Sullivan dropped by on Friday, April 21, 2006
Greetings Maestro. Hi Peggy. Hope you are well and hope our paths cross again soon.
John Sullivan USAFE Command Historian

GERALD LEVINE dropped by on Friday, March 17, 2006

Allison dropped by on Friday, March 03, 2006
Grandpa: I took the quiz and i got 60% on it! Very proud of myself! Next its flying for me. I think not! Well i wanted to say that i made the softball team! (JV for more playing time!) and I am doing very well in school, and I thought you could use one more signiture in the log book! Tell grandma I say hi!
Love you and Grandma, Allison.

Brian Swingle dropped by on Thursday, February 09, 2006
I was directed to your site by the the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston, Texas. As you may know, they operate a B-17G that has the paint scheme of a 303rd Bomb Group 359th Bomb Squadron B-17G called "Thunderbird." I asked them a question about "Thunderbird" and they could not provide the answere, but instead referred me to you. Here is the scenario. I have a friend who is a combat artist who has depicted "Thunderbird" under attack by a Me262 squadron. Here are my questions--Would the depicted engagement against the Me262 be historically accurate? If so, would you know the details of this mission? Thanks, Brian.

Prentiss Andreww dropped by on Sunday, January 22, 2006
Mr. Ferris,
I've enjoyed your art for years. First saw your work on cover of Samurai while in USAF, stationed in Okinawa, in 1967. I've had your aviation art book since the 70's. I paint myself, and have done quite a few aviation paintings. I was a GCI controller and your F-106/T-bird painting brought back memories. If it had been F-102's of 51st FIW, I it would depict my experiences. Suggested names, "judy" for lockon, "weapons safe", "pigeons to home plate", etc. Keep up the fine work.

Jim Keating dropped by on Friday, January 13, 2006
I worked on the V22 program for almost 20 years. Your art work is very impressive. Do you have any additional photos?

Ken Ramsay dropped by on Thursday, January 12, 2006
Former F-100 pilot, currently restoration crew chief on an F-100D at the Military Aviation Restoration Society (MAPS) Museum at the Akron/Canton Airport, Ohio.

Marty Noel, LTC, USAF (Retired dropped by on Tuesday, January 10, 2006
Keith, you are the supreme F-105 Thunderchief artist in the world. You make our old airplane come alive. Best Regards and strong tailwinds, always.

Mondi dropped by on Friday, December 16, 2005
Hi My wife and I would like to thank you all for this web site. Hours of pleasure and all!

Martha dropped by on Saturday, November 12, 2005
We took the kids to the Air and Space Museum to see your two murals on Veterans day with Nancy and Ally. VERY memorable for all.

magaman dropped by on Monday, October 24, 2005
i dey here ooooooh for dis fine site

Herbert Ayer dropped by on Sunday, October 23, 2005
I have several litho prints of yours now. Looking forward to adding an original work of yours to my personal collection soon. I especially like your work on Jg300 K.B. Fw190a. Always a pleasure looking at your gallery.

Carl Newbird dropped by on Thursday, October 06, 2005
I am impressed with your originals. I hope you will be adding more soon. Thanks for a wonderful view into your art and your life!!

fred arnold dropped by on Tuesday, September 20, 2005
I have your very proud grandson, Evan in my language class

Stevan A. Resan dropped by on Thursday, August 25, 2005
A great site. My father Alfred George Resan entered the 43rd school squadron advanced flying school - Kelly Field on Nov 1, 1931 under Capt. L.N. Eilers and left Feb 8, 1933 . I am looking for the location of records during this time period. Can you help? Thanks -- Steve Resan

Tim Cullum dropped by on Sunday, August 14, 2005
Hi Keith,
I hope you are doing well. I will be sending you some photos from our ISAP meeting earlier this year. Also, want to buy one or two of your prints. Will call you tomorrow.

walter l cook dropped by on Saturday, August 13, 2005
Keith: From an old Air Force Master sgt who had the good fortune to meet you at Korate Air Base in 1969. I would like to say you do the Air Force and all past members a great service by doing all the art work that shows the airplanes of the U.S.A. F.

Dennis Manning dropped by on Tuesday, July 26, 2005
This may seem an odd request from a 50 year old. Former USAF 79-90. EWS at Eglin AFB, FL.88-90.
I hope to connect with some of the Wild Weasels for an on-line PC game of Freelancer on a server called, Asylum51.
Look for the post, "UTW and the Wild Weasels" under Public Clan Charters. Any leads, ideas or suggestions will be most welcome.
Thank you.

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