18th Blue Diamonds Emblem
: A light blue lozenge (diamond shape) within a narrow yellow border. The lower half bearing a white cloud formation shaded gray and outlined black, surmounted by a blue demi-sphere with a diagonal, to viewer's upper left, white grid lines and black rim. In the upper half of the lozenge a stylized black dart trailing a wedge-shaped white and black vapor trail. Below the lozenge a black blank scroll.
Significance: The Globe alludes to global mission the clouds represent all-weather capa­bility. The dart plane form symbolizes modern and projected aerospace vehicles. The blue background indicates sky and space. Approved on 22 Oct. 1963. Courtesy of CMSgt Woodie Hall, USAF, Retired, C-141 Flying Squadrons.
 Welcome to the

18th Blue Diamonds Reunion Site

The 18th has a long heritage dating back to World War II. The squadron was initially activated in April 1942 and was deactivated in 1995. It has been a long 19 years since the 18th was deactivated.

For more history and lineage - click here!

REUNION 2016 TICKETS ON SALE NOW

The next reunion for the Blue Diamonds is September 10, 2016.

Cutoff date to order tickets for the dinner event is September 1, 2016.

18th Military Airlift Squadron (MATS, MAS, ALS) page on Facebook.

 

Your Reunion Committee:

Name
Committee
Oren Carrol
President/Golf
Dan Todd
Vice-President
Dar MacDonald
Secretary
Donna Moyer
Treasurer
Dave Tellers
Meet-n-Greet/Honors
Kim Moyer
Decorations/ Reception
Marvel Carrol
Decorations/ Reception
Mike Williamson
Entertainment

 

The next reunion is schedule for 2018. The committee above will not be running it. Would you like to volunteer? Contact Oren at info@18thbluediamonds.org to help!