Roll Call Reunion, Colorado Springs CO
July 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 2018

new hotel

We will be staying at the Elegante Hotel,
2886 S Circle Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Mention Roll Call Reunion. $124 plus taxes

on-line, at

For reservations, call 1-719-576-5900 and mention USAFSS Roll Call Reunion or Group Reservation number 1894147


some early arrivals, hospitality suite is open from 2 pm til closing.



Hospitality suite open all day for those not on bus trip.


9:00 - Bus Tour of Peterson Air and Space Museum. Picks us up at hotel -
approx 5 hours - $20 per person

Welcome to the Edward J. Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado's oldest aviation museum! We preserve and portray the rich aviation and space history of Colorado Springs and Peterson Air Force Base. From our barnstormer beginnings in the Roaring Twenties, through the daring exploits of our World War II pilots and into the modern space era, our exhibits are sure to capture your attention.

Our museum started in 1982 as the NORAD Visitor Center (North American Aerospace Defense command)– a starting point for visitors who boarded buses to take them from Peterson Air Force Base to the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center. It was contained in one small building—the original airport passenger terminal for the City of Colorado Springs. By 1996, all of Colorado Springs’ original Municipal Airport buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places. That same year, Colorado designated those buildings as a state historic district. Today, the Peterson Museum is located right in the center of that 8.3 acre historic district on Peterson Air Force Base. The original Passenger Terminal, City Hangar and Broadmoor Hangar all have exhibits inside and anchor our award winning airpark.

All of our heritage items are part of the United States Air Force’s Heritage collection. We proudly preserve and display these items for everyone—civilian and military.



Buffet meal, Meeting Room

6:00 First Night Buffet


Buffet Menu:

House Salad Greens
Raspberry Vinaigrette, Creamy Ranch Dressing

Traditional Coleslaw, Roasted Red Bliss Potato Salad
Buttermilk Biscuits, Cornbread with Creamy Butter and Honey

Choice of (2): Chipotle Sweet & Tangy Chicken,
Fried Catfish with Tomato Chipotle Dipping Sauce,
8 Hour Smoked Beef Brisket with Hickory BBQ, Apple Cider
Braised Pulled Pork

Baked Beans
Corn on the Cob
Chef’s Choice Dessert
Freshly Brewed Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Hot Herbal Tea
and Iced Tea

7:00 Intermission

7:30 Thursday evening Program


Steve Mobry tells the story of Russian defectors to Diomede Islands,
and the capture of the Pueblo.


Morse Code Contest
Details are still being worked out, but it will require pre-entry, and a desireable prize. There will be official entry forms provided. Four or five old X1's will come forword, and we'll play some code on the speakers. We'll score the entries, cut a couple, and play code a little faster. This is gonna be fun.

Keynote Speaker Colonel Greg Roman

Colonel Roman was an intelligence officer with 23 years of Air Force Operational Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance experience in collection, analysis and reporting. Greg graduated from the AF Academy in 1979 and Signals Intelligence Officer training at Goodfellow that same year. His assignments included Greece, Korea, Germany, Panama, Japan. Later in his career, he was assigned to the Pentagon as the Tactical Cryptological Program Element Monitor. Greg’s final assignments included managing all Combatant Command space-based intelligence requirements at US Space Command, and Group Commander for all space-based intelligence missions.




Our Thurday night program includes interesting speakers, comedy, and our Raffle. Perhaps with a little coaxing, Tommy might sing "I've been everywhere".

(USAFSS version)


9:00 - Bus Tour of Air Force Academy and Garden of the Gods
Bus picks us up at hotel - approx 5 hours - $20 per person




Closing Banquet




5:30 pm Mixer

6:00 Dinner

Plated Dinner Menu:

Garden Fresh Greens with Ranch and Herb Vinaigrette
Dressings, Starch and Bouquet of Vegetables, Assorted Dinner
Rolls & Butter, Dessert & Beverage Service

Choice of:

Flat Iron Steak- Grilled Flat Iron Steak with a Forest
Blended Mushroom Demi Glaze Served with Garlic Mashed
Potatoes, Green Beans and Roasted Red Peppers

Chicken Chasseur – A-Line Chicken Breast topped with a
Hearty Hunter’s Sauce of Tomatoes, Mushroom and Pearl Onions
served with Blended Wild Rice, Green Beans and Roasted Red

Vegetable Ravioli-Large Ravioli Shells Stuffed with Assorted
Seasonal Vegetables and Served with Marinara Sauce

Chef’s Choice Dessert


Tribute to Killed in Action - Jane Doolittle

POW MIA - Eileen Johnson

Flag Ceremony - Harold Hollingshed, Jay Johnson, George Logan

7:00 Guest Speaker


Guest Speaker, General Charlie Bishop


The general enlisted in the Air Force in 1959 and after basic training attended Russian language training at Syracuse (N.Y.) University. He completed advanced training and then was assigned to the 6937th Communications Group, Peshawar, Pakistan, from May 1960 to September 1961.

He was commissioned through the Officer Candidate School program in March 1962 and was assigned to Zweibrucken Air Base, West Germany, where he served in various intelligence data automation positions with the 6901st Special Communications Group. In July 1965 General Bishop transferred to Headquarters U.S. Air Force Security Service, Kelly Air Force Base, Texas, as chief of the Support Branch, Automatic Data Processing Center.


7:30 Pioneer Awards


8:30 Special Awards

9:00 Roll Call Business Announcements



Hospitality suite open 10 am til closing

9:00 - Bus Tour of Cripple Creek mining town - Bus picks us up at hotel -
approx 5 hours - $20 per person



Deadline for Registration is June 18, 2018

Go to Registration Form
(print, fill in and mail)