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Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, Craig...Craig Anderson, born November 6, 1941, in North Bend, Oregon, died Tuesday, January 19, 2010, at his home in Kent, Washington. Anderson was a 1959 graduate of Canyonville High School (Oregon). He served in the U.S. Navy, VP-46, in NAS North Island, San Diego, California and NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Upon discharge, he entered Oregon College of Education (now Western Oregon University), graduating in 1967 with a BSed. Services for Anderson will be held on Friday, January 22, 2010, at 2:30 p.m. at Hillcrest Burial Park in Kent, followed by a reception at the Kent Seventh-day Adventist Church. His requested epitaph will read: "Professional driver. Closed course. Do not attempt."..." WebSite: NRToday http://www.nrtoday.com/ [23JAN2010]

Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, AT David J...With regrets another great one has passed, David J. Anderson, part of VP-10 at NAS Brunswick, Maine 1961-1966 passed away May 11, 2012. Aviation Electronics Technician on both the P2 and P-3. Born 1940 - originally from Holyoke, MA..." Contributed by David J. Anderson, Jr. danderson@mansirprinting.com [01JUN2012]

Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, AOC Dennis...VP-93 - Once again it is my sorrowful duty to inform the VP Community of the passing of AOC Dennis Anderson, 20NOV03. Chief Anderson succommed to Cancer and will leave a large hole in our hearts and rememberence in the Squadron Shipmates. Chief Anderson will be missed in future Reunions, but will not be forgotton. Good Bye Denny. Rest your oars...AWCM Thomas Kaiser III, USNR, Retired tka107@aol.com..." [25NOV2003]

Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, AD6 Einar "Andy"...I am sorry to inform everyone that AD6 Einar "Andy" Anderson passed away February 9th, 2006. He will be missed by not only VP-7 Shipmates, but all his Navy buddies...Charles W. Calkins sailorboytwo@aol.com..." [17FEB2006]

Memorial Picture Shipmate PixCirca 1952 "...ANDERSON, CAPTAIN F. P...Regret to report death of my father, Capt. F.P. Anderson, USN (Ret.), CO VP/VPB-33, on 2 January 2005 at age 89. 27 AUG 1915 - 2 JAN 2005 - Fernald P. (Flip) Anderson, 89, a decorated Navy captain whose flying squadron amassed a distinguished World War II record, died January 2 of cardiac arrest at his home in Arlington. Deployed to the Southwest Pacific from September 1943 to February 1944, Capt. Anderson held several leadership positions in VPB-33, a squadron that flew PBY-5 Catalina seaplanes referred to as "Black Cats" for their black non-reflective paint and the ability to attack Japanese strongholds and ships at night deep behind enemy lines. During September 1944 while Capt. Anderson was the Commanding Officer, VPB-33 sank or destroyed 103,500 tons of valuable enemy shipping and damaged an additional 53,000 tons. This was the highest one-month total achieved by any WW II flying unit. For this feat, the squadron received the Presidential Unit Citation and Capt. Anderson was awarded the Legion of Merit with Combat "V". It was also during this period that Captain Anderson earned personally the Distinguished Flying Cross for attacking and sinking a Japanese tanker and its escort despite intense antiaircraft fire damaging his aircraft. A longtime Arlington resident, Fernald Philip Anderson was born in New Sweden, Maine. He was the first young man from this Swedish community in northern Maine to attend the U.S. Naval Academy graduating in 1939. For the next two years, Capt. Anderson served in the surface Navy as a gunnery officer. In September 1941, he was detached from the battleship, USS ARKANSAS, with orders to report to NAS Pensacola, Florida, for flight training. Designated a Naval Aviator on May 8, 1942, Capt. Anderson was assigned to VP-33 as it was forming in NAS Norfolk, Virginia. In August 1942, VP-33 was ordered to the Panama Canal Zone and participated in anti-submarine operations protecting the Panama Canal. For his conduct during this deployment, Capt. Anderson was awarded the Cross of Boyaca by the Government of Columbia. Now re-designated VPB-33, the squadron deployed to the Southwest Pacific via Hawaii and Australia in August 1943. The squadron participated in every campaign in this combat theater of operations until February 1945 following the liberation of the Philippines. In addition to the combat sorties deep into enemy territory, these operations included regular daytime patrols and rescue missions As reported in the 1992 book, Black Cats with Wings of Gold by A. J. Mueller, VPB-33 "became the most highly decorated squadron in the Pacific Area of Operations". The exploits of VPB-33 were the subject of a 1999 Birds of a Feather video production entitled "Black Cats" that has been aired on various cable television channels. Following his return to the United States in March 1945, Capt. Anderson served in several aviation training assignments, most notably as Executive Officer, NAS Brunswick, Maine. In February 1948 he reported for duty at Air (sic) Early Warning Squadron One (VPW-1), NAS North Island, San Diego, California, as the Executive Officer. VPW-1 was the Navy's first dedicated land-based airborne early warning (AEW) squadron flying the Navy's variant of the Army Air Forces radar-equipped EB-17G or PB-1W. After a tour of shore duty at the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., as Program Officer and Atomic Energy Commission Liaison, Capt. Anderson returned to flying in June 1952 when he became the first Commanding Officer of the new AEW Squadron One (VW-1). During Capt. Anderson's tour, VW-1 participated in combat operations in Korea and transitioned from the PB-1W to the Lockheed Constellation (WV-2) in December 1952. Capt. Anderson returned to Washington, D. C., in July 1954 and was assigned to the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations. From August 1956 to July 1957, he was a student at the National War College, Fort Leslie J. McNair. After tours in Norfolk, Virginia, on the staff of the Commander, Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet, and Commander-in-Chief, NATO's Atlantic Command, Capt. Anderson returned to Washington when he was appointed the Director of the Navy's Astronautics Operations Division serving as the Navy's liaison with NASA's Project Mercury and the original 7 astronauts.. This office was instrumental in the early days of the U.S. space program. From 1962 to 1965, Capt. Anderson served on the staff of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. On July 1, 1965, he retired from the Navy after 26 years commissioned service. Effective September 1, 1970, after working as a research and systems analyst with a defense contractor, Capt. Anderson was recalled to active duty as Director, Navy Council of Personnel Boards. In this position, he served also as the President, Navy Discharge Review Board and Navy Clemency and Parole Board. His duties were expanded in 1975 to include Director, Office of Naval Disability Evaluation. Retiring for the second time in 1976, Capt. Anderson was awarded his second Legion of Merit for his performance of duty during this period. In retirement, finally, Capt. Anderson remained in Arlington, Virginia, where he was active in community and business affairs for many years. He was a deacon in the Memorial Baptist Church and was church clerk for 36 years. Capt. Anderson also was a member of the church choir and served as the interim choir director for a period during the 1970's. An active member of the Arlington Host Lions Club, he was also the secretary of U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1939 and served as class president from 1980 to 1986. Beginning in 1976, Capt. Anderson was a tax consultant affiliated with the Executive Tax Service of H&R Block. In 1981, he was appointed the Director of H&R Block's Premium Tax Service for Arlington, a post he held until 2002. Capt. Anderson was very proud of his Swedish heritage. In 1959, he was awarded the Royal Order of the Sword (Knight Commander) by the King of Sweden in appreciation of services rendered as escort officer for Admiral Stig Ericsson, Commander-in-Chief, Royal Swedish Navy, during a visit to the United States in 1958. In addition, Capt. Anderson was deeply touched and honored when the citizen's committee from New Sweden, Maine, asked him to be the Grand Marshall in the community's centennial parade in 1970 as his grandfather was one of the founders of the town. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Carolyn R. Anderson, of Arlington; two sons, Philip R. Anderson M.D., of South Berwick, Maine, and Colonel William T. Anderson USMC (Ret.), of Casteau, Belgium; a sister, Enid Olivenbaum, of Clermont, Florida; and five grandchildren...Earlier, Dad and Mom were interviewed for video, Birds of a Feather, by Wings Production Group, a couple of years ago. Dad and spouse were interviewed for video, Birds of a Feather, by Wings Production Group, a couple of years ago. Colonel Bill Anderson, Retired windtree4@comcast.net..." [PIX Added 19SEP2007 | Memorial Listing 17FEB2005 | 11MAY2003]

Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, Frederick H...My Father, Frederick H. Anderson, Jr., passed away in 2001. Dad served aboard the SS MM Guhin, SS Moses Brown and NAS Kodiak, Alaska in 1945. I would love to hear from anyone that may have known my Father..." Contributed by Debra Spears debraspears@verizon.net [26MAR2012]

Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, CDR Joseph Carl...ANDERSON, CDR Joseph Carl USN (Ret) Served as Commanding Officer of VP-4 from Mar 1953 - Jul 1954. Joseph C. Anderson passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, December 27, 2011, in Bellingham. He was born July 11, 1916, in Bellingham to Joseph and Margaret (Lindsey) Anderson. Joe grew up in Everson, graduated from Mt. Baker High School and the University of Washington with a pharmacy degree. After graduating from UW, Joe enlisted in the Navy and served his country for 23 years as an aviator. He retired with the rank of Commander. After his retirement from the Navy, Joe created a new career as a Pharmacist; later he became a State Drug Inspector. He moved back to Bellingham in 1991 to be close to family and joined the Police Volunteer Security Patrol. He was preceded in death by his wife, Melodie, in 2001 and by his brother, James Anderson in 1998. Joe is survived by his children Melodie Anderson, Merrilee (John) Swinehart, Charlene (DeFord) Cochran and Michael (Jody) Anderson; 11 grandchildren; many great grandchildren; and sister, Betty Woods. Our family would like to end our thanks and appreciation to all of our father's dear friends at The Willows who shared themselves so generously over the last ten years. We would also like to thank the dedicated people at Hospice for their thoughtful care. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at Bayview Cemetery. Moles Family Funeral Homes & Crematory, Bayview Chapel, Bellingham. Published in Bellingham Herald from December 28, 2011 to January 1, 2012..." Contributed by Larry Hames (VP-4 Veterans Assn Database Manager) database@vp4association.com [27FEB2012]

Memorial Picture "...ANDERSON, NFO Richard O... NFO VP 10 1970's passed away August 11, 2008.." Contributed by WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. vp10_archives@juno.com [29JAN2009]

Memorial Picture "...ANDREASEN, AT2 Marion...AT2 Marion Andreasen passed away November 25, 1954. Marion served with VP-892 and flew with Crew-9. Marion died in a three-car crash near Vale, OR on Thanksgiving day with his two brother's and sister WebSite: Deseret News and Telegram - Salt Lake City - Monday November 29, 1954..." Contributed by TIMMER, AT2 Harold w8hgt@sbcglobal.net [05DEC2013]

Memorial Picture "...ANDREWS, William H. "Andy"...ANDREWS William H. "Andy" Andrews, 61, passed away Jan. 2, 2008 at his home in Orange Park following an extended illness. Andy was born in San Diego, CA. and has been a resident of Orange Park since 2000. Andy was retired from the U. S. Navy serving his country for 21 years. Some of his assignments included N T C, Great Lakes, Ill., VP-7, VP-23, VP-4 and VP-5 and retired out of VP-5 Mad Fox. Following his Military career, he further served his country with the U. S. Customs Service from 1985 until 2006, and was the First FE hired by the U. S. Customs (Department of the Treasury) now a part of Homeland Security..." WebSite: CenterSeat (CENTERSEAT FORUM - Main Category - IN MEMORY) http://www.centerseat.net/ [07AUG2008]

Memorial Picture "...ANDRUSZKIEWICZ, Tony...It is with great sadness that I have learned of the death of Tony Andruszkiewicz. I served with VQ-1 from 1986 through 1989 on EP-3E aircraft. Tony arrived at NAS Agana, Guam about a year after me. He was a good friend. We both attended ARIES II training in Indianapolis, Indiana as well as both being from New York. I lift a glass to the newbee (who I am sure he was a role model to the new crewmembers). I remember tacking on his wings and flying many missions with him, including NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, NAS Atsugi, Japan, NAS Midway Island, NAS Adak, Alaska, and Hawaii. Tony you will be missed by the Crew of Papa Romeo 32. AT3 Gerry Crepezzi GCREPEZZI@msn.com..." [25NOV2000]

Memorial Picture "...ANGIER, Don...VQ-1 P4M-1Q pilot, Don Angier, 6365 W Lost Canyon Rd, Tucson, AZ 85745, passed away just before midnight on December 12th. He will be cremated and a Celebration of Life service will be held after the holidays...Mel Davidow meldavidow@earthlink.net..." [15DEC2005]

Memorial Picture "...ANTELL, Russell Albert...My Father, Russell Albert Antell, was a member of VPB-106 Crew #8. Dad passed away 30 October 2008 in Fort Pierce Fl. He was 85 years old and really enjoyed his Reunions with the survivors of his Squadron...AMark Antell mrantell@yahoo.com..." [16NOV2008]

Memorial Picture "...ANTHONY, LT(jg) Robert J...My Dad, LT(jg) Robert J. ANTHONY, passed away June 11, 2005. Dad flew with VPB-119 aboard Crew-5 as a Co-Pilot. He earned a Bronze Star, 2 Gold Stars and a Distinguished Flying Cross. I miss Dad everyday. I would love to hear from anyone (Shipmate or relative) that may have known my Dad..." Contributed by Janet Anthony Stephens janetkanthony55@att.net [10JUL2014]

Memorial Picture Shipmate PixCirca 1945 "...ANZALONE, LT Gaetano (Tom)...LT Gaetano (Tom) Anzalone stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, then onto Casco Field NAS Attu, Alaska during WWII. Continued in the USNR flying out of NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York until 1952 and recalled to active duty and stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine until September 1953 when he retired. 11 year distinguished service. He left the Navy with the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, American Campaign Medal, Reserves Medal, 2 Air Medals and a Purple Heart Medal. Tom passed away on June 9, 2006. This Lieutenant will forever fly in our hearts. Dad said he flew with VPB-139, VPB-913 and VP-ML-74. With love from his daughters, Susan, Diana and Carol and loving wife, Lisa...Susan Anzalone Sims simzee@aol.com..." [24OCT2007]


ANCHERANI, ADJ3 Ron "Ank" ancherani425@epix.net "...I served with VP-11 (P2s and P-3's) at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1966 to 1969 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NS Rota, Spain, and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 28AUG2009 | 07SEP2000]

ANDARA, Ileana SILLYILLY@HOTMAIL.COM "...HI GUYS. I WAS AT NAS Moffett Field, California IN VP-47 AND THEN THEY DID A HOME PORT CHANGE TO NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. NOW I AM IN VQ-2 NS Rota, Spain. ENJOYING LIFE, EUROPE IS AWSOME!!!! I AM CURRENTLY WORKING ON ORDERS. HOPEFULLY I'LL GET SOMETHING GOOD...I just bought a house in Jacksonville, Florida and now working at VP-30..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04FEB2000 | 27MAY98]

ANDERSEN, John (Deceased) c/o Pat Andersen Repaircar@cs.com "...My dad served in the Pacific on a submarine tender from 1943 to 1947 and VP-12 (formed after Pearl Harbor) and finally with VP-23. He died 8 years ago..." [18MAY2003]

ANDERSON, Andre R. andreranderson6458@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-50 from 1980 to September 1984. I am looking for Airframes Workers like Ernest R. Byrd, David Day, John Mills and David McNeal..." [02MAR2011]

ANDERSON, AZ3 bamasailorjra@yahoo.com "...I am currently stationed with VP-47 in NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I'm having a great time being stationed in a VP squadron. The Golden Swordsmen have been very generous to me..." [11MAR2005]

ANDERSON, BARRY "ANDY" ANDERSONBK@PSNS.NAVY.MIL "...WAS AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER AT NS Sangley Point, Philippines 1968-70. HAVE GREAT MEMORIES OF VP-1, VP-49, VP-50, VW-1, AND ALL THE REST. ALSO HAVE GREAT MEMORIES OF "LIBERTY." LOVE TO HEAR FROM OLD Shipmates..." [18SEP98]

ANDERSON, Bob boba71136@cfl.rr.com "...I served with VP-8 from September 1957 through July 1960. I flew as an AT on LC-7 (P2V-5F BUNO: 127770). Home port in NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island (Vince DiCarlo was PPC). Deployed to NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal making trips to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, London (Blackbush), Barcelona, Naples, and then to the garden spot of the world Thule. Then deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada flying both ASW and ice patrols. Back to a new Homeport...Chincoteague, VA. Great place!! On to NAS Norfolk, Virginia for new home port. Deployment to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR for compets and then back to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada where we visited Goose Bay, Frobisher, Sondestrom and of course Thule. PPC on the last deployment was Ken Bergstrom. Some of the names from the squadron at that time: Jake Jackson, CJ Koerkle, Ron Ruff, Bob (R.D.) Day, George Zorbas, George Little, Ken Sedgwick, Jerry Jensen, and many others too numberous to mention. I would like to hear from anyone who was in the squadron at that time. Please email me. Thanks, its so good to remember those great times we had chasing those Russian subs around the Atlantic as a squadron and as a flight crew on LC-7..." [E-Mail Updated 11DEC2005 | E-Mail Updated 19AUG2004 | 22SEP2000]

ANDERSON, AE2 Bob "Andy" andy_bob13@hotmail.com "...I served VP-24 (1969-1973). A few of my Shipmates were Ed Soroka, Mike Randall, Don Schultz, Terry Qaunrude to name a few!..." [05JAN2013]

ANDERSON, AE2 Carl J. carljanderson333@gmail.com "...I served with VX-1. I was and AE2 and was assigned to P-3B BUNO: 152169 from September 1966 to October 1969. I was approved as a Collateral Duty Inspector and had over 1,100 of crew flight hours. I personally flew to Europe, South America and Panama. Other places our other aircraft was to Christchurch, New Zealand. In addition to my assignment to P-3B BUNO: 152169 I also worked on the S2F, P2V7 and Sea King Helicopters. I was stationed at NAS Boca Chica, Florida. I am trying to find some of the original VX-1 Squadron which was AIRDEVRON 1 and also the AIRTEVRON 2 shoulder patches. I am also interested in getting some P-3B patches..." [E-Mail Updated 14JAN2012 | 26APR2011]

ANDERSON, AK1 Charles (Andy) Retired anchor-clanker@comcast.net "...I served with FASRON-106 NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from October 1958 to October 1960. The best duty I ever had in a twenty year career. LTjg Ed Zirrip was Supply Officer and a great friend. We enjoyed many hours fishing together for brookies, rainbow and tuna. Had some great moose dinners also! Disestablished FASRON-106 which became AMD in 1960. Remember, test hopping our R5's and chasing moose on the tundra with a great Mustang pilot (who I won't name). Every member of FASRON-106 were great Shipmates. Returned to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada for a second tour with NS Supply Department from 1963 to 1965...I was assigned to VC-6 in Oct 1965 to June 66 to finish my 'perferred sea duty tour' from NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada as the AK1 in charge of the small supply Division. Wonderful duty supporting drones, radio controlled boats, etc. Worked with a great AK2 Shankle who was the greatest comshaw artist in the Navy. He procured many items from the civilian overhaul workers that we were not able to purchase because of limited squadron funding. When I checked in and he was showing me around and telling me what he was doing I told him 'I don't want to know' just keep everyone happy. Great squadron personal, Great CO. CDR Sylvia. Should have stayed there (shoulda, coulda, woulda) but I requested recruiting duty in Philadelphia and finished up my twenty as RIC of the Dover Delaware Recruiting Station. Shankle if you are out there, send me an email!..." [BIO Updated 14AUG2007 | E-Mail Updated 19JUN2007 | 23JAN2004]

ANDERSON, Chet Shipmate Pix driheet@q.com "...I served with VPB-21 (1944-1945) in the South Pacific and flew aboard "Topper 2"..." [PIX Added 16DEC2014 | 15DEC2014]

ANDERSON, Chuck E. (previous USN AD2,) now retired MSGT USAF chuckernestanderson@yahoo.com "...I was stationed (xfered from NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in the 1950s & assigned to VP-931. About 25 of us regular Navy xfered in to help fill out their ranks. We were sent to NAS Kodiak, Alaska in Dec of 1951 & worked & flew out of there with P2V2s & P2V3W aircraft until July of 1952. I remember the Bob Hope show & the Mecca bar in town. Our squadron was flown back to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in the Navys two Constitution transport aircraft. I can remember the climb up the hill to the EM club & also how everyone wore big rubber slipover boots & knee length hooded parkas..." [30DEC98]

ANDERSON, Cliff (CK) (Andy) ckandy@alltel.net "...I served with VP-34 in NAS Norfolk, Virginia and then in NAS Trinidad, British West Indies. Ned Perry was our PPC and a mighty good one. I was the radioman aboard #9 and our crew members were: Gann-mech, Allen, Sparks (Radio), Gooch (Ordanance), Johnson (Ordanance), Wilson (Pilot/Navigator), and Bryant (Pilot/Navigator). Would sure like to hear from any and all. The years were 1950 -1952..." [19MAR2001]

ANDERSON, Craig craigkanderson23@msn.com "...I served with VP-46 from December 1959 to September 1962. My officers were LT Lowell Cooper and LT Al Hamilton. I was part of a composite crew of RC-13 (3) NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii for Operation Dominic. Served as Comm Yeoman but assigned to Airframes Division as AMS. Earned B.S, MEd. and Ph.D. in Vocational Technical Teacher Education, Western Oregon University and Colorado State U. Many fond memories of VP-46 and the friends with whom I still correspond. Email from shipmates always welcome..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 01FEB2003 | 07JAN2000]

ANDERSON, Dave Shipmate Pix deonanddave@sedona.net "...I was assigned to VP-42 from 1967 until it was decommissioned in 1969. Then I went to VAH-10 until 1970. Just retired from AT&T would love to here from old friends..." [15APR2000]

ANDERSON, AE2 Donald "Andy" prayers4u2@aol.com "...I served with VP-57 (1955-1957) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with a deployment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska (1955) flying the P2V-5s and VAH-4 (1957-12/1957) until my discharge. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [06JUL2012]

ANDERSON, AT1 Eric (JAFO) andercon05@earthlink.net "...I served in VP-50 from 1983-1986 as an IFT on CAC 6 and CAC 8. Since leaving VP-50, I've served in AIMD, USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), left active duty in 1987. I've been a reservist in VP-62 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida for about six years, spent two years in Florida Army National Guard, and returned bact to the Naval Reserve. I was assigned to TSC-0574 NS Roosevelt Roads, PR; did another four years with VR-58 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, and have finally come back again to VP-62. I'd like to get in touch with some of my old Shipmates from NAS Moffett Field, California and NAS Jacksonville, Florida. They can reach me at the e-mail address provided. Thanks..." [24FEB2001]

ANDERSON, Eric eandb@excelonline.com "...Spent 3 years in VP-46 (92-95) in NAS Moffett Field, California and NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, then on to Wing 10 in NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I'm now a TAR in VP-91 in NAS Moffett Field, California but will be heading back to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington to VP-69 in March 99 when VP-91 decoms. Looking to get back in touch with friends from the past...drop me a line..." [E-Mail Updated 22MAY2000 | 24OCT98]

ANDERSON, PN1 Etta Retired eande84258@aol.com "...I had quite a few duty stations but my most fondest memory was becoming a Black Hawk stationed at NAF Washington, D.C. located at NAF Andrews, Maryland with VP-68 and being a part of the P-3 Orion family..." [08JUN2009]

ANDERSON, Gary gpanders@adelphia.net "...I served with VP-11 from 1976 to 1980. I worked in the AME Shop and deployed to NS Rota, Spain and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Looking forward to hearing from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 20OCT2004 | 16FEB2003]

ANDERSON, Jeffrey A. AWC jaanders@lava.net "...Served in VP-6 (Jun84-Jun89), FASO NAS Moffett Field, California (Jul89-Aug92), VPU-2 (Sep92-Nov96), CPWP (Present)..." [28JAN98]

ANDERSON, AOC Jim Retired jaoc18@carolina.rr.com "...I reported to VP-48 sometime in June 1955 in NAS Iwakuni, Japan from the USS Midway. At the time I was AA and went into the Ordnance shop. The Division Chief was Joe Conquest. I flew with Crew#8 for a time. I transferred to shore duty at NAS Brunswick, Maine as AO3 1957, and after that to VAW-33 at NAS Pomona, NJ. I retired as AOC in 1976..." [26DEC2002]

ANDERSON, AMS2 Johnny M. jo-vo@classicnet.net "...I served with VP-48 from 1966 to 1969. Started out as a AN2 on the Pig Boats at NAS North Island, San Diego, California and ended my tour as an AMS2 on the P-3. As an Aircrewman with the squadron I amassed over 2000 hours flight time at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, NAS Moffett Field, California, NAS Iwakuni, Japan, and NAS Adak, Alaska. I also worked maintenance and inspections my last year or so. I was at NAS Iwakuni, Japan on that ill-fated date of January 15, 1968 when we lost F Troop, Crew-11 to a mountainside as they were returning home from a mission. I was second FE with Crew-4, Holman's Heros during this time. What memories I have from all the places we were. I can attribute all my dead brain cells to guys like Rich Trask, Skip Seirks, Bill Smith, Ray Littlefield and Bob Lange, just to name a few. After I got out of the Navy, I went to college and was commissioned into the Army upon graduation. I finished my career in the Army and retired as a Major. It would be great to here from some of my old Shipmates and I'll always be thinking of the great times with VP-48..." [E-Mail Updated 08DEC2007 | 21APR99]

ANDERSON, AT3 Kenneth kenneth060@centurytel.net "...I was the Det Log Yoeman for VAW-12 Det 62 on the USS Independence in 1962 as an AT3..." [15JUL2006]

ANDERSON, Larry gitbox5@webtv.net "...I served with VP-9 in 1957 when we deployed from NAS Alameda, California to NAS Kodiak, Alaska..." [28FEB2003]

ANDERSON, Larry W. lander6633@charter.net "...I served with VP-47 from 1966 until August 1968 as a Jezebel Operator on Crew 12 and later on Crew 7..." [E-Mail Updated 01DEC2003 | 18NOV98]

ANDERSON, AX2 Lee "Andy" Shipmate Pix vp48sugarfox1@gmail.com "...I served with VP-48 (1963-08/1966) with two deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. The first tour was spent working in the Avionics Shop, and the second was spent flying with Crew 1 as Jez, and 2nd Mad/Rad, with CDR Shaver as PPC. I am still married to my WesPac Widow Kathy, and we have two grandchildren. I currently maintain the VP-48 Roster that covers the years from the late 1950's through the 1970's. Always looking for past VP-48 Shipmates from the P5M era!..." [E-Mail Updated 09JAN2013 | E-Mail Updated 29NOV2007 | E-Mail Updated 30NOV2005 | E-Mail Updated 22SEP2004 | BIO Updated 07APR2002 | BIO Updated 18SEP99 | 13DEC98]

ANDERSON, Mark markc_anderson@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-22 (Crew-5) from 1986 to 1990 with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines..." [03APR2010]

ANDERSON, CAPTAIN Mary A. (Ness) MC co@namrl.navy.mil "...Served with VP-56 "Dragon Doctor" (Flight Surgeon) from 1981-1984 and VP-30 Flight Surgeon 1984-1985. Currently, Commanding Officer of the Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory in Pensacola, FL..." [06DEC2002]

ANDERSON, LCDR Milt Retired wtfo230@aol.com "...Howdy to all the P-3 Bubbas out there! I served in VP Squadrons most of my 21 years in the Navy. Started out with VP-4, VXN-8 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (per diem heaven!), VP-44, VP-10, and CPW-11. I'm a Mustang LCDR that started out as a Radio Operator in P-3A's. Enjoying retirement but miss those 12-hr ASW's, getting some kills and bringing the crew safely home to toss back a few..." [21JUN2002]

ANDERSON, AQ1 Norman R. norm-karen@comcast.net "...I served with VQ-2 (08/1957-09/1961). I started my career there as Maintenance Yeoman for Harry Fitzwater. I was still there when he came back as CO in 1961. I flew as radar operator in P4Ms, P2Vs and EC-121s. Spent a lot of time at Incerlik in Turkey and was there when the P4M went into the mountain. Flew as part of the search crew the next morning. Lost two very good friends in that crash. My flight crew was the one lost over Germany in the WV crash in 1962, eight months after I left the squadron. Many good and many sad memories..." [12JUN2013]

ANDERSON, ET Philip "Phil" philander7@comcast.net "...I arrived at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines in October 1956 along with around 25 other Navy Reservists for our 2-year active duty after boot camp. We were stationed at the new station until August 1958 and were assigned to just about every department at the air station. Tenants then included VU-5A, FASRON-113, Naval Mag, Marines, MCB-3, along with VW-1 visiting now and then. Roads were being put in by the Seabees with crushed coral. Movies were outdoors until later replaced with a new recreation center. Club Sahwali was the EM Club in the Seabee area. At that time no patrol squadrons regularly assigned there. Life was actually pretty easy for me, an ET who worked on HF equipment..." [E-Mail Updated 22NOV2010 | 15OCT98]

ANDERSON, MAC(NAC) Richard "Steven" steven47132@comcast.net "...I remember AW1 Cecil Hudson, when I first reported to NARU, NAS Memphis, Tennessee. He was one of my initial instructors in my soon to be career as a AW. Under AW1 Hudson's training, and others, I learned and became a Qualified P2 Aircrewman, and designated a Mad Operator. From there and right about the time VP-67 was transiting to P-3's. I requested transfered to SS1/2 training, and was sent to VP-60. I elected to get out when I couldnt get a transfer to a West Coast Location. But within 30 days, Regular Navy recruiters had me re-uping and assigned to VP-46 out of NAS Moffett Field, California where I remained until 1984. During that time I was qualifed as SS1 Crew 7, assigned two tours to CPRW-10 as an instructor. First time was sent, second time was requested by name. Enjoyed my time in P2's flying in the bubble nose, and in P-3A's, B's and C UII's. VP Navy from 1973-1984 and Non Flying Navy 1984-1993. FLying as a Aircrewman, was and still is my best time in Navy..." [01SEP2005]

ANDERSON, Ron andersonr@nc.rr.com "...I served with VP-90 from 1988 to 1991 and retired in 1996. I currently work as a Desktop Support Specialist at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates..." [09MAY2009]

ANDERSON, AO1 Ronald S. (Andy Ord) Retired andyordman@hotmail.com "...Hi from Andy Ord VP-4 73-78 Crew 3. Any of you fellow Shipmates out there/ Remember the PI! and all the other good liberty spots? I was over in Thailand last year on vacation, flew into Bangkok then got me a bait bus down to Pattaya Beach (3 1/2 hour ride) just like the old days. Pattaya is still pretty good. Met up with some Royal Thai Navy P-3 guys they took me out to U-tapo boy that base is pretty run down. Took a ride down to New Land but was'nt much happing there, then went to Satahip was'nt much there either. Me and my wife Melissa are planning a trip back in the near future wuldn't mind getting a condo on the gulf of siam. Would like to here from anyone out there who ran with me back in the good ol days and maybe go out to the UA club or VP Alley for a cool San Migal Ha!Ha! or may to Marrilyns in Subic City! "Andy Ord" one and only!..." [02AUG99]

ANDERSON, Rose littlerudegirl@hotmail.com "...Hello to all VP-11 folk out there! I served with Lovin' Eleven from Jan 95-Aug 96. Just looking for some old friends to drop me a line..." [26MAR98]

ANDERSON, ADCS Tom Retired trngdesigner@yahoo.com "...Flight Engineer with VP-40, VP-31, VP-9, and Naval Weapons Test Squadron (WST) NAS Point Mugu, California looking to catch up with some Shipmates from 1984 to 1997 who served together..." [22SEP2005]

ANDERSON, Vernon vernon_and@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-49 (1954-1955) at NAS Bermuda..." [23JUN2012]

ANDERSON, W. A. WAWAA@alltel.net "...I was a member of a PBY5a crew assigned to VPB-33. On June 16, 1944 we picked up a F4U pilot down at sea off of Midway. Our Plane Commander was LT(jg) Brown. I also flew in a PBY5a with LT(jg) Ben. I served out with FAW-2 from 1942 through 1944. I remember a Shipmate by the name of H. J. Hanson. Is anyone still around?..." [18MAR2001]

ANDERSON, PN3 William E. "Andy" william.e.anderson@excite.com "...I served with VP-9 (1967-1969) with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Bermuda, VP-49 and VF squadrons. I hung around with AO1 Fant and Sip. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [10AUG2011]

ANDINO, LCDR J. Michael Martinez de https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=384 "...LCDR J. Michael Martinez de Andino, USNR - NFL Number: 384 - Date of Birth: 3/2/1955 - Date In: 12/21/1977 - Date Out: 1/1/1901 - City, State: St. Joseph, MO - School Attended: Univ of Virginia - Aircraft Flown: T-34C, T-44A, P-3CU, P-3B, T-34B - Ship or Unit: VP-9, VP-68 and Navy Recruiting Comm - Pilot Desg.: Patrol Plane Cdr - Associations/Service Organizations: Assn of Nav Aviation - Significant Achievements: 1800 hrs flt time. 2 deployments in WESTPAC & 1 to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. MBA from College of William and Mary. J.D. from University of Kansas. In Memoriam? No..." [08DEC2005]

ANDRADE, Tyleen "Ty" alohahiker@yahoo.com "...I did my first tour in the Navy at VP-47. We were one tight knit bunch. The aircraft crash in the desert made me realize there is a God. I have been through almost the same situation at my current command. I was in Souda Bay, Crete and my squadron lost an aircraft at the of the runaway. Again, everyone got out with minor injuries. I just want say that I would fly in a P-3 anyday. Get in touch with me guys. I'm currently serving in NS Rota, Spain with VQ-2. Thanks for being such a good family...I have made it back to the land of Aloha. It is even better the second time around.I working at COMPATRECONFORPAC in K-bay. Planning doing alot of scuba diving. E-mail if your planning a trip to my kneck of the woods...I was working at Hickam AFB at the POW MIA Accounting Command. I am a full time student at Hawaii Pacific University. I am making documentry films and doing multimedia and photography, who knew..." [[E-Mail/BIO Updated 22OCT2005 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 13OCT99 | 02MAY98]

ANDRE, Duane dandre@cox.net "...I served with VP-47 under CDRs Pickens and Jansen, two capable, but clearly different personalities. My best time in 26 years in the Navy was as an Personnel Exchange Program Officer in Norway and as a 'white hat' in AEWBarRonPac and VP-47. I just renewed acquaintances with some former Shipmates. Don Sehorn and Jack Swain are good people. Iwas looking at the last Reunion roster, and was pleasantly surprised to see how many names are from 'my generation'..." [E-Mail Updated 08APR2006 | 27FEB2002]

ANDREASEN, Doreen J. cmac0674@aol.com "...Served at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with VP-4 till 1987. Hello to Rip....Jeff B. I'll never forget the Skinny Dragons..." [10JUL2002]

ANDREASEN, Mark parkrangermt@hotmail.com "...My first squadron was VP-22. What a great squadron. What more could you ask for, Home Port NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, with deployments to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (San Miguel Painted Label). Any old Blue Goosers drop me a line..." [15FEB2007]

ANDREW, Alan E. cajetfxr@comcast.net "...I sure would like to hear from any squadronmates during the time I served with VC-1 from January 1972 to June 1975. I'm looking for any of the SH-3G aircrew or pilots that I flew almost 800 hours with. You guys are still in my mind and heart. Looking for Ted Sidor, Mike Lamb, Dave Porter, Fred Crecelius, Ross McClave, Ken Vessels, Ron Kurth, Jack Ledet, Keith Cramer, Dave Brooks, Dan Coleman, Ed Bramble. Any names ring a bell. Let me know!!..." [E-Mail Updated 01JUL2005 | E-Mail Updated 29SEP2002 | E-Mail Updated 31JAN2001 | E-Mail Updated 25JUL2000 | 14JUN99]

ANDREWS, Andrea camaro67_99@yahoo.com "...I served in VP-19 from 1985 - 1987. I have great memories of my travels to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Misawa, Japan. Going shopping in Korea and China. Would like to find others that were there with me and remember me..." [17JAN2002]

ANDREWS, Bill bandrews59@yahoo.com "...AW '77-'89/LDO '89-'98. Retired 2/98. Served in VP-22(81-85), CPW2(85-88), VP-24(91-95), and VP-30(95-98). Let me know of any Reunion..." [E-Mail Updated 16AUG2001 | 07JUN98]

ANDREWS, ADR3 FRANK L. ANDRWSROE@AOL.COM "...I SERVED IN VW-1 AS AN ADR3 '68 & '69. I WAS ALSO IN VAW-111 DET 14 ON THE BON HOMME RICHARD '69 & '70. I AM LOOKING FOR SOME Shipmates. WILLIAM RALPH MUELLER, JAMES "BIG JIM" BUNKHOLDT AND "THE THINKER" PHEOBOS MCCARTHY. OR ANY OTHER OF "THE WOOD RATS" FROM GUAM. ALSO AL YANACK FROM VAW-111 DET 14. OH YEAH MICHEAL YOUNGHUSBAND TOO. HOPE ANY OF YOU GUYS SEE THIS OR ANYBODY WHO KNOWS WHERE THEY ARE. THANKS..." [13SEP2001]

ANDREWS, James L. Wabbit_twacks06@aol.com "...I was a combat aircrewman in VB-108 (l943-1944). Our squadron was one of the early Liberator (PB4Y-1) groups. Our aircraft were painted olive drab ane we operated along with Army Air Corp 7th Air Force and Navy VD squadrons. Not too many of us left. Wabbit Twacks was our nose art and 32106 was our side number..." [17SEP2002]

ANDREWS, John jandrews@netrax.net "...I served with VP-22 1963-66 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as a Radio Operator..." [30JAN2000]

ANDREWS, AE3 Mike (Andy) mike5993@isp.com "...Served aboard the USS Pine Island (AV-12) from 1962 to 1965 in the Air Department. LCDR Barnhart was Air Boss. My rate was AE3 and I worked in the Aviation Electric Shop. PI skipper was "Crash" Rankin. 3 WestPac cruises and 1 cruise to NAF/NAAF Galapagos, Seymour Island, Ecuador. Get in touch!..." [12FEB2005]

ANDREWS, Ross randrew1@midsouth.rr.com "...VP-19 was my first assignment after "AX(A)" school at NAS Memphis, Tennessee. I arrived at NAS Moffett Field, California in August 1962, as the squadron was just transitioning to P-3 aircraft. I served as an aircrewman for 2-1/2 years and made the big deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska in 1964/1965. Many fond memories of all of the personnel I served with, and all the places we went. (Japan, Hawaii, Alaska, Australia and the many Cross Country flights we made in the US) After 20 years of Naval Service, have to say that this first tour was by far the "best" and most enjoyable, even with the rigors of deployments. Later served in VP-31 and VP-46, along with a couple of instructor tours at NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee. Would like to hear from anyone I served with and/or knew from my Navy days..." [20MAY2004]

ANDREWS, Scarlet pepr@artelco.com "...Mad Fox VP-5 member from 93 to 98. Recently graduated from Embry-Riddle with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. I am a civilian who will be moving to Dallas, Texas in the near future. Would love to hear from former squadron members. This holiday season is a particularly important and special one because of the terrible events that transpired on September 11, so I wish for everyone to have a blessed time with family and friends. Hope to hear from some of you soon!..." [17DEC2001]

ANDREWS, Tom tom_andrews@sbcglobal.net "...I was in the VP-9 Avionics Shop from 1984 to 1988. Best memories with Joe Diorio, Chris Rick, Bruce Lapham, Dave Widdicomb, and Mike Collins. Hope to hear from you guys sometime..." [21FEB2006]

ANDREWS, Tom tom_andrews@sbcglobal.net "...I was in the VP-9 Avionics Shop from 1984 to 1988. Best memories with Joe Diorio, Chris Rick, Bruce Lapham, Dave Widdicomb, and Mike Collins. Hope to hear from you guys sometime..." [21FEB2006]

ANDREWS, AMS2 Tom W. tomandrews48@gmail.com "...I served with VP-48 (1978-1981) while they were deployed to NAS Misawa, Japan. What a great little town. It was also the site of my first Earth quake! I was duty driver, it was about 9 pm. and I was indisposed in the john. The quake hit. You never in your life saw anyone get his act togather quiker in your life! I was sure the old bullet riden hangar was comming down on my head! I made two NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan deployments made it to Dodge, the PI, Osan and even 23 hrs in Thailand. But I can safely say none topped 30 terrifing seconds in an old pre-WWII hangar in Japan. Well, even tho I was a ground pounder. From one Boomer to another....Madman, Madman, Madman!..." [E-Mail Updated 16FEB2011 | 16JUL99]

ANDRISEN, Steven sandrisen@sio.midco.net "...I served with VP-28 from 1966-1969. Love to hear from anyone. I worked in administration, personnel, and legal..." [14JAN2006]

ANDRUS, AW Eric eric.andrdus@gmail.com "...I served with VP-8 from December 1987 to August 1990 as an AW. Would love to hear from any of my former Shipmates from then..." [28FEB2008]

ANDRUSZKEWICZ, Steve "Andy" Shipmate Pix sgpa2zfmly@aol.com "...Went to Boot Camp 2/60, NATTC Millington ATA School 6/60-6/61, VP-4 8/61-3/63, VP-9 3/63-6/64, Instructor ATA School / ATS Course Millington 6/64-6/67, VS-37 6/67-10/68. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates that I haven't already contacted thru the VP-4 Reunion group..." [PIX Added 09OCT2007 | 23JUN98]

ANGEL, AD3 German click12@bellsouth.net "...I served with VS-30 from 1985-86 while they were stationed at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. I was an AD3 and served with the squadron for a short time but was there long enough to participate in an 8 month Med-IO cruise aboard the USS Saratoga..." [08OCT2003]

ANGELIS, Joe De j.deangelis@elsevier.com "...I served with VP-8 from December 1977 through June 1981..." [21MAY2004]

ANGELOS, IS2 Jeff jlangelos@live.com "...I served with VP-26 (01/1978-06/1981) with deployments to NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NS Rota, Spain and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. I worked in the Air Intelligence Office with Leo "Mike" Blake and LT(jg) Linda C. Hall-Kuehne. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 28MAR2012 | E-Mail Updated 28APR2008 | 17JAN99]

ANGERON, Noah mudweiser68@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 for 3 years as a mech. I had the best time of my life. Got out November 4, 2001 and am doing good. MECHS RULE! Hope all fellow Shipmates are doin well..." [08JUL2004]

ANGULO, C. L. angleiron13@hotmail.com "...JULIE operator VP-47, crew one 1965-66..." [22MAR2010]

ANNESE, AW2 Tony tony@whidbey.net

ANTEMAN, ASM3 Larry W. lanteman@stny.rr.com "...I served with VT-4 (07/1966-03/1969)..." [15NOV2016]

ANTINK, Melissa lissa2672@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-64 (12/1991-01/1995)..." [01JAN2017]

ANTONIELLO, John Computer51@aol.com "...Served in VP-832 from 5/66 till it changed to VP-18R4. Discharged in 3/71 after serving as "flight crew" member. Was also activated for the US Postal Strike. Looking for any other members of VP-832 who served during that time span..." [03JAN99]

ANZALONE, Gaetano C. (TOM) papatami1@AOL.com "...I was in the second squadron of VPB-139 as copilot-navigator in Carl Heikenen's crew and Bob Andrews as copilot navigator, Jack Miller Plane Captain, Sarvis AOM, and Rowles ARM. Our squadron lost one crew. I and Joe Baldeschi were lucky to receive the purpleheart and return home in one piece. It was a long time ago. In July 1, I will be 75 and I think I was the youngest officer in our squadron..." [25MAY99]

ANZELONE, Ron "Pep" r_anzelone@msn.com "...I had the fortune of serving in VP-46 from 89-92 in the Airframes shop. I made many wonderful friends and definitely enjoyed this trip down amnesia lane..." [10AUG2000]


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