I am grateful for the life of Master Sgt. (Ret.) Diamond. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.
Sally and family: We were sorry to learn of Jim's passing. We feel honored to have known him for a short time. He was always so welcoming to us, even though Bob didn't actually work with him. He will be missed by so many. God be with you and your family.
Dear Sally, I am so very sorry about your loss. As you know, I dearly loved Jim. So sorry I couldn't attend the service for him. Love, Pat A
Dear Sally: May happy thoughts with Hubby help you through this sorrow. I am so sorry for your heartache honey. My condolences to you and your family.
Sincere condolences to the Family; I never had the honor of meeting Jim in person, but exchanged many e mails about the B-47 site. He was a fellow SAC RAT, and I regret I did not contact him after the last Bombing/Navigation Tech reunion in Branson in 2013. I grew up near Pittsburg, Kansas, and had planned for a possible get together at Starbucks on my way back to Springfield airport, but ran short of time. I will apologize to him when I get to that SAC base B-47 flight line in the sky.
Those of us on the Bombnav.us Technician website and I will miss our A.F. Brother, R.I.P., Jim, and if you get to see Curtis Lemay up there, pop him a highball (salute) for me.