Ed Strahan

Profile Updated: December 12, 2015
Where do you live: Red Bluff, CA USA
Spouse/Partner: Lori
Children: Delcie
Current Occupation if still working: Retired
Military Service: USAF  
What is your web address? ed610mass@gmail.com
Yes! Attending Reunion
What years were you assigned to the 610 MASS at Yokota?

1971-1974

Where did you work with-in the 610 MASS?

NCOIC of Training,Air Freight, Passenger Terminal

Have you ever attended a 610 MASS reunion?

Yes

Comments:

Attended the reunion in Reno in 2007.

Attended the Atlanta reunion in 2008. Went on a cruise to Hawaii in 2008.

Attended the reunion in Branson in 2009. Went on a cruise to the British Isles in 2009.

Went to the 2010 reunion in Las Vagas.

Was appointed chairman in April 2011. This year (2011)we went to New Zealand and Australia and cruised around.

Signed contract for 2012 reunion.

I will attend the reunion this year.

I Have started working on the 2013 reunion. I think everyone will love this place.

The 2013 reunion is over and it seemed everyone did enjoy San Diego.

The 2014 reunion will be in Orlando Florida.

I will also attend this reunion.

Starting to work on the 2015 reunion.

Went to Yokota in March of this year (2015) will show pictures at the reunion .

Went to 2015 reunion. Fantastic!

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Jan 18, 2015 at 10:48 AM

The results of my friends riding my Segway was a success. It did better than I expected. Of course I have to tweek it up here and there to get it performing top notch. You can never expect to get it all right the first time out of the box. Another consideration is that the real Segway uses nine sensors and gyroscopes and I am only using 1 gyroscope, 1 accelerometer, and 1 magnetometer all packages into 1 package called an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit). So I cannot expect mine to measure up to the real thing. Mine only cost me less than $200 to build where as the real thing costs north of $5500. Now on to another project equally challenging.

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Jan 17, 2015 at 4:59 PM

Rode my Segway (seggy), that I have been building, today for the first time. My wife and Daughter also rode it. There are (5 to 10) friends coming over tonight to give it a more demanding test. Up hill and down hill. I can not balance well enough in my old age to do these things myself. I know there is plenty of power to climb a pretty steep grade. I will let you know of the results of these younger guys riding it tonight.

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Dec 28, 2014 at 11:19 AM

Posted on: Dec 27, 2014 at 9:55 AM

Started the year out in San Antonio Texas attending a graduation from basic training. in March my wife Lori went to the Philippines for a week. We went to Nashville in May to check it out. I August we attended the reunion and in September we went to Vancouver to attend a family get together and birthday for Lori's mom. I have submitted an article on a device I designed to a national electronics magazine for publication. They have asked for pictures to show how my device is built which indicates they want to publish it. I will do this in the next couple of weeks. In addition I have designed my version of a Segway and I am currently in the process of developing the software for the on board microprocessor. I first built a 12" version that I run around the house just to prove that my ideas on how this thing works actually are correct. I have the physical Segway built but the software is tricky and involves a ton of math. I have not finished it because of the Holidays however I plan to finish it and ride it before the New Year. I will let everyone know the results.