1958 WP Class G2 Wall of Honor
Jack Peter Bujalski
Class of June, 1958
Research done by Claradell Shedd, webmaster
Jack was born in Hankinson, North Dakota. Jack graduated from West Point in the June, 1958 class. At the time of West Point graduation, his address was Box 197, Carrington, North Dakota. His Cullum number is 21690.
Jack Peter Bujalski
YearxRankxStatus
1935xBornxHankinson, North Dakota
1936-1948xResidencexRogers, North Dakota. Attended public school grades 1-7.
1948-1954xResidencexCrosby, North Dakota. Graduated Crosby High School, 1953.
1953-54xEducationxMinot State Teachers College
1954-1958xEducationxWest Point Military Academy, West Point, NY..
June 4, 1958 xUS Air Force/
2d Lt
xGraduated from West Point. Bachelor's in Military Science. Commissioned 2d Lt, US Air Force
June 5, 1958xFamilyxMarried Rachel Rose Dhuyvetter; West Point Catholic Chapel
1958-1959xTrainingxMoore Air Base, TX. Completed primary pilot training
1959xTrainingx Vance Air Force Base, OK. Completed basic pilot training. Grad UPT.
1959-1960xTrainingxLuke Air Force Base, AZ. 4515 CCTS. Completed F-100 basic course
1960
xTrainingxNellis Air Force Base, NV. 4523 CCTS. Completed F-100 advanced course
1960-1964xAssignedxKadena Air Force Base, Okinawa. Pilot, 44TFS; Duty Officer and Plans Officer, 18TFW
1964-1966xAssignedxHurlburt Field, FL. Pilot 319 ACS, 1st Air Commando Wing. (Two six-months tours, Udorn Thailand)
abovexEducationxNorth Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. Master's in Applied Math
1968-1969xAssignedxLuke Air Force Base, AZ. 4511 CCTS, F-100 Training Course
1969xAssignedxPhan Rang Air Force, Republic of Vietnam. Flight Commander, 614TFS, 35TFW
1969-1973xAssignedxTeaching at the Air Force Academy, Department of Mathematics
1973-1976xAssignedxMaxwell Air Force Base, AL, Directorate of Space and Weapons Employment, IPD
1976-1979xAssignedxNellis Air Force Base, NV, Log Officer and Exec, USAFTFWC
1979-1982xAssignedxThe Pentagon, VA, Chief, Research and Productivity, HQ USAF/MPMZ
1982-1985xAssignedxUniversity of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. Commander, AFTROTC Detachment 100
1985-1988xAssignedxNAS, Keflavik, Iceland. Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff, Iceland Defense Force
July 1, 1988 xUS Air Force/
Col
xRetired
1988-1989xTravelingxU.S., Europe, Asia
1989-1994xEmploymentxMerced College. Part-time Math instructor
1995-PresentxRetiredxRetired and traveling whenever money and local commitments permit
Moore Air Base, Moore Field, TX
Moore Field was opened on 20 September 1941 as an Army Air Forces Training Command single-engine training school. It was named for 2d Lt. Frank Murchison Moore, on 22 November. Moore was a native of Houston, who was killed in World War I. The 1,087-acre (4.40 km2) airfield was the home of the 503d, 504th and 506th school squadrons (Army Air Forces Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine) were the flying training units. The flying school was redesignated as the 2d Training Group in 1943.
The facility conducted advanced pilot training of 6,000 pilots using BT-13, PT-19, AT-6, P-36 and P-43 aircraft. The school was reorganized as the 2529th Army Air Force Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine) on 1 April 1944. The school and airfield were closed on 31 October 1945.
Contract flying base
In June 1954, after the closing of the sanatorium and as part of the Cold War military expansion by the United States, the United States Air Force Air Training Command announced that Moore Field would be reactivated as a contract pilot training school. Air Training Command had planned to reopen the base in 1954, but delayed the reopening 12 months due to a freeze in military construction budgets.
The 3301st Pilot Training Group (Contract Primary) was reassigned to Moore from Columbus AFB, Mississippi on 1 April 1955. Training was conducted by California Eastern Airways Incorporated, using T-28s and T-34s. In August 1959, Moore began using the jet-powered T-37 in place of the T-38s. With the upgrade to jet trainers, the contractor at the base was changed to Beiser Aviation Corporation.
11:00AM, June 5, 1958 at Catholic Chapel, West Point, NY
1968 Update - Captain and Mrs. Jack Bujalski with Shawn, Blane, and Rochelle
Captain and Mrs. Jack Bujalski and children Shawn, Blane, and Rochelle
North Carolina State University; 1966-1968
1953-1954
Crosby High SchoolTeachers College1954-1958: USMA1966-1968: NCSU
Establish pictorial documentation for duty station locations
Vance AFB, OK
VanceLukeNellis
USAF AcademyMaxwellUniversity of Northern ColoradoMerced College
Jack Peter Bujalski
Colonel
United States Air Force

Air Force Seal

4523 Combat Crew Training Squadron; Nellis AFB, NV



Detachment 6, 1 ACW, Thailand

35th Tactical Fighter Wing, Phan Rang AB, RVN

Command Pilot's Wings



Colonel Rank
614th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Phan Rang AB, RVN



18th Tactical Fighter Wing



4511 Combat Crew Training Squadron, Luke AFB, AZ



Iceland Defense Force
Bujalski medals and awards as listed

Defense Superior Service, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross w/Device for Valor,
Defense Meritorious Service, Meritorious Service w/two bronze oak leaf clusters,
Air Medals w/two silver oak leaf clusters, Air Force Commendation w/two
bronze oak leaf clusters, Combat Readiness, National Defense Service,
Vietnam Service w/one silver star and two bronze stars,
Vietnam Gallantry Cross w/palm Device, Vietnam Campaign Medal w/palm
Other Ribbons: Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award w/Valor,
one silver oak leaf cluster and three bronze oak leaf clusters,
Overseas Short Tour, Overseas Long Tour w/one bronze oak leaf cluster,
Air Force Longevity Service Award w/one silver oak leaf cluster and two bronze oak leaf clusters,
Small Arms Expert Marksmanship, Air Force Training
From 1958 Howitzer
JACK PETER BUJALSKI
"Bal"G-2
Carrington, NDCongressional
Bal may perhaps be best characterized as "moody." When he is tired, he sleeps; when he feels ambitious, there is no holding him back. But when there is a job to be done, B.J. will always be the first to accomplish the desired ends. He is good natured, stubborn, and aggressive, and combines these characteristics in a manner which will make him an outstanding officer in the days to come.
Pistol 4; Lacrosse 4-3; Scoutmaster Council 4-3-2-1; Catholic Chapel Choir 4-3; Ski Club 4; Ordnance Club 3; Cardinal Newman Club 2-1; Corporal 2; Lieutenant 1.
References
Jack Peter Bujalski's personal page: http://www.1958g2.com/pages/bujalskipage.html
06/26/13: Living in San Antonio, TX
Music: "Wind Beneath My Wings"

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