NELSON, AE2 Dean "Daddy Rabbit" email@example.com "...I would like to hear from any one who served with FASRON-885 between 1952 and 1953. I was in Electric Shop and Engine build up during my servicewith FASRON-885. During this time FASRON-885 was closed down and it became FASRON-116. I have been looking for Glen Slick (Store Keeper) for a number of years who was a close friend. Also Mc Laughton who was a First Class Yeoman. Mac was a good friend and I sure would like to know where he is today. In 1953 I shipped out to VF-152, CAG15 where I served aboard USS Yorktown for one cruise..." [21NOV2002]
DURKIN, CPO William T. firstname.lastname@example.org "...Duty stations include FASRON-895 1951 NAS Sand Point, WA from there I transferred to mobile FASRON-113 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. My next duty station was VP-17 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Following a deployment from Japan I returned to the states and was discharged in 1955. I reentered the navy through the TAR program in 1956. I served at Staff Line until 1960. I reupped regular Navy and picked up VP-23 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. I transferred to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1964 to Test Pilot school were I had a chance to become a F/E in the P-3's. I went to school at VP-30 and after graduating went to WST at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I then cancelled out my shore duty to transfer to VP-8, best move I ever made. I was assigned to Crew 12 and met some of the best men I ever flew with. I stayed with Crew 12 until the squadron was transferred to NAS Brunswick, Maine. I was assigned to VP-30 where I stayed until I retired in September 1973. I would like to hear from any of my Shipmates! Aircraft I flew with was PB4Y2's, PBY's, P2V's thru P2V7, R5D's, R4D8's, and the P-3's..." [25JAN2000]
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