Home‎ > ‎Member Index‎ > ‎1970-1979‎ > ‎

Glasser, Jack (1973-1975)


Profile Added: 3/13/2014 13:55:38
No Pictures Yet
Home Town: Somers Point, NJ
Unit at Loring: 42nd Security Police Squadron
First Day at Loring: My flight to Loring was canceled from Boston to Presque Isle due to a major snow storm (go figure). After a one night stay in Boston I arrivied at Loring and dropped off at the Base Police Desk. I remember that there were so many new people arriving at that time that the day room in the SP Barracks was set up with bunks until we could get assigned to a room. 
Most Memorable Experience: There are so many but the one that sticks out in my head is that one day Dave York, Bill Slee and I went snow mobiling from the SP Barracks to the Golf Course to the road that led from the flightline to the WSA. Well, we didn't know they were convoying that day and were "jacked up" by the SP's doing escort duty until we could get identified. I don't believe there was a blotter entry at CSC on this. 
Last Day at Loring: I had orders to RAF Upper Heyford via the Air Base Ground Defense Course at Camp Bullis. As I was out-processing with another member of "A" Flight Security, Ricky "TA" Oliver, we heard the Seals and Croft song "We shall never pass this way again" come over the radio. It seemed very apropos at the time and proved to be correct.
What did you do after Loring? I guess the short verion is: Left Loring for RAF Upper Heyford (6/75-6/77), discharged at McGuire, joined the NJANG, retired in 10/97 as a MSgt; Was a Police Officer with the Northfield, NJ Police Department, retired as a Captain in 2002, currently working at the Atlantic County Institute of Technology and also serving as the Mayor of Somers Point, NJ
If you agree, people can contact you at (email): jglasser07@comcast.net
Comments