VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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AMAN, Larry larry_aman@hotmail.com "...I was a "ground pounder" (Personnelman) in VP-10 last 1968-1971. Unfortunately, came aboard after the NAS Bermuda deployment. CDR Tommy Anaston was CO. Deployed to NS Rota, Spain, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Transferred to Bupers in 1971. Worked at the famous watering hole called Andy's Dine and Dance with Gordie Hendricks, Alan Mickelson and others. Like information about Reunion. Love to attend next one..." [02MAR2002]

AMATO, PT Brian kwesting@aol.com "...I served with VP-21 NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1966 to 1969, serving as PT (photographic intelligence) working in the AIO. I had a blast. I photographed Russion subs and making up the intel reports that went out. For those of you who have visited the NAS Brunswick, Maine since those days you've seen the lovely P2V-7 parked at the entrance to the base with the name of "Irving H. Glick, PPC" painted under the pilot's window. Ask me about the time we made up a photo montage of good ol' Irving and sent it over to the wing with his PPC papers :)..." [31MAR2004]

AMBROSE, Gary ggary.ambrose@randolph.af.mil "...Bull Ensign for the Batmen (VP-24) from Feb 92 to decommission. Will assist with any reunions or things of that sort. Looking to say hello to all BATMEN..." [E-Mail Updated 27OCT99 | 25OCT99]

AMBROSE, LT Michael ambrosem@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-56 (1970-1973) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Souda Bay, Crete, Greece..." [04JUL2019]

AMBROSE, AT3 Wayne wamda@aol.com "...I served with VP-57 (1955-1957) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with jumps to Kwajalin. I crewed on 3M77 under Commander Johnson. I now reside in N. Ft. Myers, FL..." [27OCT2013]

AMBURGEY, AT1 Robert C. ramburgey94@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-49 (1960-1964), VP-18 (1964-1968), VP-21 (1968-1969), NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee (1970-1973), VP-11 (1973-1978) as a Radio Operator and NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1978-1981)..." [BIO Updated 16MAY2013 | 10MAY2013]

AMEND, Norman normanamend@yahoo.com "...I served with FASROM-11 (05/1952-05/1954)..." [23JUN2013]

AMERIGE, Charles "Chuck" chazam@optonline.net "...I served with VPB-209 as a Flight Engineer from October 1944 until June 1945 when the squadron was disestablished and I returned to the States via a kami-kazied CVE called "USS Sangamon." We flew triangular patrols from NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone to NAF/NAAF Galapagos, Seymour Island, Ecuador to NAAF Corinto, Nicaragua. Some of the men I remember are AMM1 Carl Steele, Radioman Wayne Johnson, Ordinanceman Mando Venegas, Strickland and York (who taught me how to drive on the "Rock"). I went on to Flight Training at Cal Poly College in CA in August 1945 When the war ended I was released to inactive duty May of 1946. I'll be 78 in June if there is anyone around still kickin' and want to swap some scuttlebut feel free..." [28APR2004]

AMERSON, Dave 'Swede' Dave.Amerson@Sony.com "...I served in VP-10, on CAC 5 from 75 - 78. I am interested in finding some old shipmates. Please feel free to contact me. I am especially interested in locating Richard F Barnes who served during the same time frame..." [10MAR2001]

AMERSON, Mary M. (BOLNER) macamerson@go.com "...Retired now since 1995 (early), but I was an AZAA or AZAN when I transferred to VXE-6 in 1981. I was part of OPERATION Deep Freeze 1982 and loved it. Just saw the name of the command MAster Chief at that time that I was there (Master Chief Sewell). Many fond memories..." [24FEB2002]

AMES, REAR ADMIRAL Christopher Conlan http://www.transcom.mil/bios/tcames.pdf "...Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Christopher Conlan Ames is the director of Plans and Policy (J5), United States Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Prior to reporting to USTRANSCOM, the admiral was commander, Amphibious Squadron THREE. During his 26-year career, the admiral was the assistant navigator, USS AMERICA (CV 66); Commanding Officer, VP-16; Commanding Officer, Amphibious Assault Ship USS TARAWA (LHA-1); and deputy for operations, United States Pacific Command. He is a Naval aviator with more than 2,000 hours in the P-3C aircraft. EDUCATION: 1976 Bachelor of science, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 1991 Masters in public administration, The John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. ASSIGNMENTS: 1. June 1976 August 1976, student, Naval Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, Fla. 2. August 1976 February 1977, student, VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida. 3. February 1977 February 1977, student, Naval Aviation Schools Command, NAS Pensacola, Florida. 4. February 1977 July 1977, student, VT-31, NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 5. July 1977 November 1977, student, VP-31, NAS Pensacola, Florida. 6. November 1977 January 1981, instructor pilot/senior NATOPS pilot evaluator, VP-48, NAS Moffett Field, California. 7. February 1981 March 1982, Joint Chief of Staff intern, Strategic Planner, J5 Strategy Division, Plans and Policy Directorate, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 8. April 1982 October 1982, aide and administrative assistant to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Plans, Policy and Operations, OP-06, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 9. October 1982 December 1983, flag lieutenant, Third Fleet, Pacific 10. December 1983 April 1986, assistant navigator, USS AMERICA (CV-66), aircraft carrier, Atlantic 11. April 1986 May 1989, maintenance officer, VP-30, then operations officer, VP-24, NAS Jacksonville, Florida. 12. May 1989 July 1990, assistant Washington placement, Naval Military Personnel Command, Washington, D.C. 13. July 1990 June 1991, student, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 14. July 1991 February 1994, executive officer, then Commanding Officer, VP-16, NAS Jacksonville, Florida. 15. February 1994 May 1994, executive assistant to the commander, CPW-11, NAS Jacksonville, Florida. 16. May 1994 August 1994, under instruction, Senior Officer Ship Material Readiness Course, Newport Naval Station, R.I. 17. August 1994 December 1997, executive officer, then commanding officer, USS TARAWA (LHA 1), Amphibious Assault Ship, Pacific 18. December 1997 July 2000, deputy for Operations, U.S. Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii 19. August 2000 April 2002, commander, Amphibious Squadron THREE, San Diego, Calif. 20. April 2002 present, director of Plans and Policy (J5), United States Transportation Command, Scott AFB, Ill..." [24JUN2003]

AMICK, Ron raamick@mtnhome.com "...I served with VP-24 from 1959-62 and VP-18 from 1964-1967..." [09AUG2005]

AMLANER, AZ2 Joe jamlaner@yahoo.com "...I toured with VP-26 in 1985 till 1988. Deployed to Okinawa, Japan. Det to NSF Diego Garcia and split to NAS Misawa, Japan. Also deployed to NS Rota, Spain, TAD to U. S. Customs Service, where I met my lovely wife of 13 years. Would like to catch up with old Shipmates particularly AMH1 Barry Gregory. Feel free to E-mail especially if you know B. Gregorys whereabouts..." [04APR2001]

AMOR, Raymond C. elicip1@verizon.net "...I served flew (PPC) with VP-3 and VAH-1 with a deployment aboard USS Forrestal (CVA-59) in 1957..." [18DEC2012]

AMOS, Lucian P. Shipmate Pix AGma2@aol.com "...I had served with VPB-15 since its conception in San Diego..." [09OCT2000]

AMRHEIN, Jerry JerryAmrhein@webtv.net "...I was stationed at Lakehurst, 1951-52 Airship overhaul, then went to ZP-4 late 52 until 3-54. Flew K ships as flt mech. approx 1000 hours..." [18FEB2000]

AMUNRUD, Larry amunrudlarry@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-48 at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1967 to 1970..." [17MAY2010]

AMUNDSON, Lee lee.amundson@mchsi.com "...Pilot with VP-46 from 1973 - 1976. I would love to hear from any squadron mates from that era!..." [E-Mail Updated 18DEC2002 | 08AUG2001]

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