Frank L. Shilling
Retired: 1 August 1979

Wife: Delores
Children: Dellarie, Thomas
Grandchildren: Leslie Anne, Kellie, Taylor, Katelyn Stephens, Christian Stephen
Jobs / Assignments
1961 Lackland AFB, TX Officer Candidate School
1961 Keesler AFB, MS Tech School – Communication ’ s Officer ’ s Course
1962-64 Shaw AFB, SC Communications Officer, 15 th Comm Sq
1964-65 Washington, DC (Hq USAF) Radio Frequency Allocation Officer Course
1965-68 Wiesbaden, Germany Hq, USAFE Frequency Manager
1968-69 Scott AFB, IL Hq, AFCS, Frequency Manager
1969-70 Langley AFB, VA Hq, TAC, Frequency Manager
1970-71 Tan Son Nhut AB, RVN 1964 th Comm Group, Frequency Manager
1971-74 Wiesbaden, Germany Hq, USAFE
1975-78 Wiesbaden/Ramstein AB, Germany USAFE Det 1, Frequency Manager, Deputy Commander
1978-79 Washington DC -Hq USAF Communication-Electronics Staff Officer, AFOOC
1 Aug 1979 Retired from Regular AF, Lieutenant Colonel
1979-86 Annapolis, MD Aeronauticial Radio, Inc, Deputy Director External Affairs
1986-93 Montreal, PQ, Canada International Civil Aviation Org (ICAO), Technical Officer


1973 Bachelor of Arts (History), University of Maryland
1975 Master of Arts (Education), Troy State University, Alabama 1978 Certificate, Masters in Business Curriculum Complete, University of Maryland

Frank Remembers . . . OCS was many things to each student, and frequently many things at the same time. Frustrating, exciting, tiring, challenging, demanding, etc., etc,. . . . . . There were never enough hours in the day (and the night) to get done those things that had to be done. My memorable events were those occasional times when those of us who were married could meet our wives (legally or otherwise). Those “ goody bag ” runs which provided us (and our single classmates) with those items we just couldn ’ t do without. Especially memorable for me was being the first member of Class 61D to have a weekend pass for Billy Mitchell Village. It was only for a brief time, but was it ever welcome!!!!!