At the outbreak of the Korean War, the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (SRS) was a part of the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing (SRW). In support of the Korean War effort, the Squadron was relocated to Yokota Air Base Japan. The 91st SRS performed yoman service to our Nation previous to and during the Korean War and also during the genesis of what we now know as the Early Cold War period. The history of the 91st SRS, in detail, is found on this web site. To learn more of the 91st SRS history, click here. In the meantime, the 91st SRW continued to grow and evolve as they adapted to newer technology, at a variety of locations, and carried out their mission to provide Classified Reconnaissance Services, world wide, in our National interest. The 91st SRW Association has a web site where you can learn more about their history and contributions at URL http://91stsrw.microway.com/
In support of their efforts to bring together members of the 91st SRW and the 91st SRS for another reunion, you will find basic data outlined below, with appropriate contact information.
A special note for 91st SRS veterans.
On March 25, 2006, Jim Bard reported: The numbers of 91st SRS vets in the 91st SRW organization is growing. We now have 49 members of the 91st SRS in our association that list the 31st SRS, 91st SRS or the 6091st as their outfit..
Four more 91st members have contacted Jim in the past week.
Please pass the word!