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“” Donors – 50th Anniversary Commemoration

The following individuals and organizations have generously donated to the
“Buzz One Four” 50th Anniversary Commemoration & monument conservation.

See the Visitor’s Photos page for photographs of the Monument Conservation and new protective fence sponsored by the “Friends of Buzz One Four.”

Last Update:  01-01-2015 @ 0915 hrs


Grant “Buddy” Warnick (Payne monument conservation)
Carolyn Josselyn Fadely (monument conservation)
Eric Alexander (monument protective fence)
Janet Alexander Hare (monument protective fence)
Mark Alexander (monument protective fence)
Bucky Schriver (monument protective fence)
John H. Josselyn (monument conservation)
Terry R. Snyder
Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association (member donations monument conservation)


Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc.    (monument conservation)
Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association   (club donation – monument conservation)
Grantsville Rotary Club    (unspecified donation)
American Legion Post 13 – Cumberland, MD    (monument conservation)
American Legion Post 94 – Princess Anne, MD    (monument conservation)
American Legion Post 223 – Sykesville, MD    (unspecified donation)
Ferguson Fire & Fabrication, Inc.    (display stand for ejection seat emergency exit hatch)
Heubeck Sprinkler Company    (display stand for ejection seat emergency exit hatch)

IMPORTANT NOTE: receives no part of the donations received.

Share your “Buzz One Four” memories.

If you participated in the search, rescue, recovery effort for the crew, or you were in some way involved in the operations surrounding the loss of Buzz One Four, we encourage you to share your experience and memories here.

Photos of the aircraft, search and rescue efforts, etc., may be submitted by clicking here.
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Welcome to the Visitor’s Forum.

“” was created to honor and preserve the memory of the crew of “Buzz One Four,” and their families; as well as all local residents and military personnel  who participated in the search, rescue and recovery efforts. This website was launched on Thursday, January 9, 2014 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the loss of the B-52D, call sign “Buzz One Four” and 3 of the 5 members of its crew.

I never anticipated how many visitors this site would draw. It was quickly apparent that a forum was needed to enable website visitors to share their memories, information, photos, and personal testimonials to those who gave the final measure in defense of the United States of America.

May the courage and sacrifice of our “Cold Warriors” never be forgotten.

John H. Josselyn
Website Administrator