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Memorial Picture "...ARCHIBALDS, Jess...With Jess Archibalds' passing we were recently reminded of the briefness of ones'life, and the accomplishments of a fellow Shipmate. I am sorry my schedule did not allow me to get out there, to help as a group, pay our, and my own respects. MOTTERN, AW1 Carl Retired cfmottern@yahoo.com..." [05AUG2002]


ARBAUGH, AO Johnny "Smoky" navyjohn@cox.net "...I served with VP-49 from January 1958 to June 1961 as a crew member, ordnanceman on 9 Boat and for a while and then on 3 Boat..." [08FEB2010]

ARBITRARIO, Phillip G. Retired arbitrarp001@hawaii.rr.com "...I served in the Army (82nd Airborne Division) from 1967 to 1970. I then move over to the Navy and served with VA-128 from 1973 to 1975, VP-22 (FE) from 1976 to 1980, Naval Air Maintenace TRAining DETachment (NAMTRADET) 1011 Instructor from 1981 to 1984, VP-22 from 1984 to 1987, CPRW-2 from 1987 to 1991 until retirement. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 16MAR2011 | 29MAY98]

ARCA, AO3 Rey rey.arca@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-9 (1982)..." [27MAR2016]

ARCE, LCDR Armand O. Retired aoarce@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1974 to 1978..." [E-Mail Updated 24MAY2004 | 26AUG98]

ARCE, ADR3 Gerald "Archie" carchambault@iopener.net "...I served with VP-23 from February 1961 to November 1964 . Those were the days, ADR2 USNR NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts..." [29SEP2000]

ARCHER, CPR Ted Retired c/o Bill Archer emperorwilly@sbcglobal.net "...My Father, CPR Ted Archer, served with VP-MS-3 at NS Sangley Point, Philippines from 1946 to 1948 before going to NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Anyone who served with Chief Archer and would like to contact him, email me. Thanks..." [20JAN2007]

ARCHER, Thomas J. archert@comcsat.net "...I served with VW-1 and VQ-1 (1970-1972). I served 4 months VW-1 at FASU/NSA DaNang, Republic of Vietnam and spent remainder of my 2 year tour at NAS Agana, Guam..." [31DEC2016]

ARCHIBALD, Kenneth W. "Archie" rcheeze@me.com "...I served with VP-44 between from July 1966 to July 1968. I was a sensor operator on Crews 9 and 11. We deployed NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NS Rota, Spain, and NAS Bermuda from NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Anyone of sound mind who want's to talk, drop me a line..." [E-Mail Updated 25MAR2009 | 14JUL2003]

ARDAIZ, AOM3 Arden c/o George Eldred burmax@myexcel.com "...I served with VPB-21 USS Chandeleur (AV-10) Kerama Retto. Would like to hear from anyone, especially John Drover, Lt. Jr grade..." [15FEB2002]

ARDANOWSKI, AT1 Ben Retired benjaminardanowski@yahoo.com "...I served aboard NAS Norfolk, Virginia (Radio - Aircrew) in the SNB, R4D, R5D and T28 from 1959 to 1960, VAW-13 (ECM Operator) in 1964, VP-65 (P-3 / IFT) VP-66 (P-3 / IFT). I loved Flyin' and the USN!..." [26MAY2011]

ARENS, CW04 Chuck Retired cearens@southwind.net "...I served in VW-11 from 8/60 until 2/62, first as a messcook, then in the EBU and Powerplant shops. I made two dets to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and one to NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. I left there as an ADRAN, and went to VA-65 at Oceana, VA. I have fun memories of standing out in the ice and snow during a new engine jug "run-in", and heading out to the "south 40" with my doghouse toolbox in tow!! I remember the Tail-less wonders parked near the hanger for the entire 19 months I was there! I remember the MANY nights we spent in the 103 Club with the "hardhats" at the exits!! (for good reason)! I also remember the Spring and Summer trips to St. John's, and drinking a bit of "Pinky". Trips to the dancehalls outside the gate and going to the "Newfy stomps" will always be a part my fun memories. I was in "Maintenance Team C" during most of my tour, and my barracks overlooked the 103 Club. My best buddy was Tom Bastain or Bastian ADR3, from New Hampshire who was considered the undefeated arm wrestler of the denizens of the 103 Club! I left the Regular Navy in 1963, but returned to the reserves several years later. I retired from JRB Ft. Worth TX, in March 2001, at age 60. I served with COMFAIRWESTPAC as the Assistant Maintenance Officer and was CWO4 at the time of my retirement. I also retired from Raytheon Aircraft Corporation as a Design Standards Engineer, this last December. I would love to hear from anyone who served in VW-11, especially during the time I served. "Twas the night before Christmas, when all thru the heavens-not a plane was flying, except VW-11's"--Thanks..." [18FEB2002]

ARENZANA, Mark mark_arenzana@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-91 from 1997 to 1999..." [04AUG2010]

ARIES, Henry "Hank" haries@webtv.net "...Joined VP-61 mid 42 at NAS Alameda, California after brief stint at base radio. I was RM3/c just out of RM school L.A. Joined at 16 after Pearl Harbor went north about Sept .42 to Dutch Harbor as spare gear for 61 as wasn't qualair. Went back to OTU Sand Point then Oak Harbor and rejoined VP-61 at Umnak as 2nd radio to Mickey Freeman in ED Dilgers crew. Was at Amchitka and on Casco at Attu during invasion. Was wih VP-61 till relieved 11/43 . 1944 was at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. Then up to Oak Harbor and formed crew that ended up with VPB-23 NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii-Saipan-Iwo Jima Ulithi NAS Agana, Guam and Pelieu then home. Belong #127 to Flying Boat Amateur Radio Society. callsign N7GGC Best Regards..." [02DEC98]

ARIOLA, AW2 Ernest Jr. eariola@comcast.net "...I was an AW2 with VP-22 from 1991 to 1993. I would like to hear from any old Shipmates. Does anyone know what happened to AW1 Joe Flannery and LT "Dollars" Douglas..." [28SEP2007]

ARISTO, AE2 Paul paul.aristo@dfrc.nasa.gov "...I served with VP-47 from 1976-1979. Deployed to NAS Misawa, Japan and NSF Diego Garcia. I'm looking for any old Shipmates that would like to BS and maybe refresh me on what good times we had..." [06DEC2000]

ARKER, Richard "..CPO 5204a Gulf Dr Panama City FL 32408 VP-203,1943-1944/ asdevlant quonset point rhode island 1944-1945 Contact me at 5204a gulf dr, panama city, fl, 32408.."

ARKON AC1 Steven M. Retired sarkon@twlakes.net "...Served with USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) from September 1963 - February 1964, NSD Machanicsburg, PA March 1964 - July 1964, VP-24 NAS Norfolk, Virginia from August 1964 - September 1969, NAS Alameda, California from October 1969 - February 1971, VP-40 NAS Moffett Field, California from March 1971 - November 1975, NALF Goliad, TX from December 1975 - November 1979, NAS Keflavik, Iceland from December 1979 - December 1981, and NATTC Memphis, Tennessee from January 1981 - September 1983. My Navy carrier was very wide spread. Starting out as a FN on the USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) and ending up as an Air Traffic Controller teaching ATC School in NAS Memphis, Tennessee. During my VP days I was an AO2 and was on several crews, but mainly with VP-24. I was on crew 4 and 6. In VP-40 I was on the intently famous Crew 13. Being retired now I work for a Banking Software Company and jet around the country fixing computers and networks. I live in a little 5.5 ac. ranch on the Cumberland River in Middle Tennessee, with my wife Windy three sons and 2 horses 2 cats a dog and 1 turtle called Taz..." [07DEC2002]

ARMENDARIZ, Albert C. "Arme/Army" armendarizac@gmail.com "...I served with VP-50 from 1977 to 1980, VP-31 1980 to 1983, Tech NAESU Detachment NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-65 (Reserve) from 1992 to 2003, VR-55 from 2003 to 2005, VMGR 252 and 253 US Marine Corps Cherry Point North Carolina. Retired September 2008. NATEC which was NAESU DOD with 33 years..." [16JUL2009]

ARMIJO, Chris armich23@msn.com "...I SERVED IN VP-11 FROM 1971 T0 1974 AND HAD A GREAT TIME. I ALSO WENT TO NS Rota, Spain AND NAS Bermuda IN 1972 WE WENT TO NAS Cubi Point, Philippines AND WAS WITH A DITACHMENT TO RTNB U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand WHICH WE PATROLLED THE SOUTH VIET NAM COASTLINE FOR NORTH VIETNAMESE GUN-RUNNING TRAWLERS. I HAVE ALOT OF GOOD MEMORIES OF THAT TIME AND ALLOT OT SCARY ONES IT WOULD BE NICE TO SHARE SOME OF THESE EXPERIENCES..." [E-MAIL/BIO Updated 25AUG2011 | BIO Updated 24JUN2000 | 03MAR99]

ARMOCIDA, James james.armocida@fedex.com "...I would like to take a moment to say hello to everyone. To see so many of my Shipmates names listed here does bring back some memories. I served with VP-11 from 1989 to 1993 for two NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployments and one NS Roosevelt Roads, PR deployment. I was the NAVCOM then later the TACCO on CAC 9 during this time. I am currently a consultant with FedEx..." [29OCT2000]

ARMONDINO, AT2 Norman Louis nla50@cox.net "...I served with VAW-12 (1963). I left the Navy and attended Pennsylvania State University and the University of Hartford..." [12JUL2014]

ARMSTRONG, Bill 2ww@sbcglobal.net "...I served aboard the USS Chincoteague (AVP-24) (1943-1944) and CASU-F-20 (1944-1945)..." [17NOV2012]

ARMSTRONG, PH3 Dan dan.armstrong@evsc.k12.in.us "...I served with VP-47 from 1972 to 1975. I was on duty in the base Photo Lab on April 12, 1973, the afternoon the P-3 and the NASA convair 990 collided (In Memorial for VP-47 lost friends April 12, 1973). The lone survivor, Bruce Mallibert and I were friends. Bruce was a great guy and I think about him quite often..." [28NOV2009]

ARMSTRONG, ATN2 Dana "Armie" dbarm6759@jet-web.com "...VP-9 (1969-1970), VQ-3 (1967-1969), radioman on crew-1 in VP-9 during split deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska and Guam, June 1 - Dec.1, 1970. Discharged in Dec. 1970..." [14MAY99]

ARMSTRONG, AMM2 Harold C. (Deceased) c/o His Son Tim Armstrong tima@nc.rr.com "...My name is Tim Armstrong and my father may have served with you during World War II. He served in VP-55, VP-74, VP-212, VPB-111, VH-4, Hedron 14-2, and FAW-14 from 1940 till 1946. He served in the Africa and the Pacific theaters. His name is AMM2 Harold C. Armstrong. He passed away when I was seven so I really don't know much about his military service. I am just starting to do some research and could use your help. I was a surface sailor (STG1) from 1977 till 1987. Any info or contacts you can provide would be great!! Thanks for your help..." [19MAR2001]

ARMSTRONG, Jerry jeggy@olypen.com "...I served in VP-9 from 10 March 1952 until 21 May 1954. We deployed to the far east twice. My crew flew out of NAS Iwakuni, Japan and K8 and K16 Korea. In Korea we supported the Marines mostly by droping flares. We flew maritime patrols in the Yellow Sea, Sea of Japan, and the Korean Straits. Our home base was NAS Alameda, California. We flew Privateers and transitioned to P2V's in 1953. I have some pictures if anybody is interested. Would be interested in hearing from anyone who served around that time..." [23AUG2000]

ARMSTRONG, Ken ks_armstrong@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-4 from 1968 to 1971 as a Radio Operator. Presently living in Indianapolis, IN. Would love to hear from anyone in VP-4 during that time. Will be attending the VP-4 Reunion in Ft. Worth in October 2009. I hope to see a lot of familiar people there..." [22AUG2009]

ARMSTRONG, Steve labspa@rocky-mount.com "...I earned my wings as CTR2 with VAQ-33 (1981) flying in Super Connie 141292 and subsequently the NP-3A. I ended up in NS Rota, Spain with NSGD Rota flying with VQ-2 from 1984-1988. I retired in 1994 and now am a Chef. I'm interested in hearing from others..." [30AUG98]]

ARMSTRONG, AZC Thomas L. pappy1tom@aol.com "...I joined VP-11 in May 1983 while they were on deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I was a non-designated airman (was prior service). Made AZ3 off the September 1983 exam. Made a deployment to NAS Bermuda and another to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Left the squadron in May of 1987 as an AZ2. Since leaving NAS Brunswick, Maine. I have been stationed at COMNAVAIRLANT, Norfolk (made AZ1 there) 87-90, VA-35 NAS Oceana (made AZC there) 90-93, COMATKWINGLANT NAS Oceana 93-96, VF-143 NAS Oceana 96-99 and am currently onboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65). Will be retiring 31MAR00. Even though it has been almost 14 years since I left Lovin' Eleven I still think about the good times I had while there. Hard to believe it's been that long ago. I have 3 grandkids now. I still see a few of the people around in the fleet. AZC Walt Lahtuk is at COMNAVAIRLANT, AT1 Bob Gulyas is onboard Enterprise with me. I will never forget the people I made friends with in VP-11. Who could forget guys like Rusty Barnes, Jerry Bingham, John Dunlap, Chuck Heffner, Dewayne Cornish and of course Marvelous Merv Kilgore. Anyone out there who remembers me drop me an e-mail. Take care! FLY THE BEST AND FIX THE REST!..." [17NOV99]

ARMSTRONG, CTICS Tom Retired tom.armstrong@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (04/1979-10/1981) Special Projects at NAS Brunswick, Maine and Navy Reserves (01/1982-09/2008) to retirement. Went to college right after active duty and moved into the IT field. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [22MAR2012]

ARMSTRONG, AO3 William A. "Bill" neorock@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-19 (1971-1972) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to Phillipines and Thailand. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09JUL2015]

ARNALL, Larry arnall_larry@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-5 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida (Maintenance Control) from May 1968 to October 1971..." [19SEP2009]

ARNDT, AW3 Karl H. karl9@talkcity.com "...I served in VP-24 85-88. I Have many happy memories from those years including deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Bermuda. I was mostly in CAC-8, and I recognize a few names here. I would love to hear from any of you guys from that time..." [18AUG2000]

ARNESON, AWC Dave arnesondg@nswccd.navy.mil "...I served with VP-19 around 1974 to 1978. Looking in particular for AW2 Cookie (Clark Cook). Last I knew he became an air traffic controller around 1978. Like to hear from him..." [07SEP2002]

ARNESON, ARM1 Robert rarn103531@aol.com "...I WAS IN VP-6 FROM 72 UNTIL 75 SEEN TWO DEPLOYMENTS to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan AND NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. TO THIS DAY THE BEST PART OF MY LIFE..." [10MAR2002]

ARNETT, ADJ3 Gary oldtimer-arnett@live.com "...I served with VP-16 from August 1972 to September 1973 working in the Jet Shop. I currently live in North Carolina and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [20FEB2011]

ARNEVIK, Larry Arnevik3@aol.com "...Was in VAW-33 and VAQ-33 from January 1965 to 1969. Was on the USS Intrepid in Vietnam in '67 and the USS Independence in '68 to the Med..." [28MAR2002]

ARNEY, AW2 Don darney@holli.com "...I was in VP46 from 1973 to 1976 out of NAS Moffett Field, California. Did two WestPac tours to Iwakuni, Misawa, Cubi Pt., Utapao, Diego Garcia, Bandar Abbas (Iran), etc...Would like to contact a former colleague: John Thomas (formerly of VQ-1 and VP46), or anyone else who was in at that time. P3's are/were the best things in the air - when they landed there was ALWAYS a town with beer nearby. A ship was something you took in the morning..."

ARNHOLT, ACCS Paul Retired Terry@Pulsenet.com "...I was stationed at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from August 1957 through Jan 1960 drilling with VS-931. Returnted to NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania in March 1962 as a TAR through August 1967. Worked in Base Operation and the Navy NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania Tower/Non Radar Approach Control. Controlled many P2Vs and remember a lot of incidents. Would like to have a Reunion of some NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania ACs..." [18MAR2000]

ARNOLD, ADR1 Clarence "Dutch" Retired dutch434@aol.com "...My first tour of duty was with ATU-601 3rd Division. At that time the unit was at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas. The 3rd Division was the Navigation Training Section. We flew PB4Y-2's. Division 1 and 2 flew P2V-1-2-3s. My tour was from December 1954 to May 1956. I then served with VP-2 from June 1956 to March 1957 and VP-26 from April 1961 till September 1964 (flew as 2nd Mechanic and Plane Captain on YC-1 BUNO: 140984). Our skipper was R. J. Minton. I was a AD3 and made AD2. Deployed to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and NAS Adak, Alaska in 1956 to 1957. Wanted to make the Japan deployment but BUPERS said no. Got out for about 2 years the came back in..." [BIO Updated 21NOV2003 | BIO Updated 07MAR2000 | 06MAR2000]

ARNOLD, Daniel Roy djarnold@searnet.com "...Want to say hello to everyone that was in VP-68 with me. I just found this on the internet and recognized some names. I'm still in the reserves at VR-48 in Washington. Drop me a line. I miss the good dets..." [31DEC98]

ARNOLD, AMM3 Francis T. ftaatlga@aol.com "...I was a navigator of VPB-137 in the southwest pacific WW2. Prior I was stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington to received training in dead reckoning navigation. The Navy aviation branch asked for volunteers. We were enlisted men and Navy provided this training for long overwater flights. Later we received celestrial navigation at NAS Alameda, California prior to going overseas. My assigned pilot was LT. Pyzynski with Lt.jg Markham or Parker as copilots crew #15 --Smith as crew chief, Swanson Tirret gunner Scott as radioman and Arnold as navigator. I am interested in hearing from any former members or family members of VPB-137..." [02FEB2002]

ARNOLD, Greg grumpy11758@optonline.net "...I was with VS-28 from 1976-1979. Made 2 Med. cruises & also Down to South America, Rio De Janerio. Yes I crossed The Line, Equator. Bet your sweet ass I'm a Shellback. E-Mail Me..." [14JAN2005]

ARNOLD, G. M. "Jerry" nana4892@comcast.net "...I had the good fortune to serve with VP-45 from May 1962 to December 1964 as crew member on P5s and P-3s. George Boucher was a Shipmate on the P-3 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida and I have forgotten the crew number. I remember Stan Jacon from those days. Also those lost in NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada (SEE: In Memorial for lost friends Air Tragedy at Argentia; Recovery Ops Continue 17NOV64). But for the grace of God it were us..." [08AUG2008]

ARNOLD, AMCS Jim Retired chtrickum@aol.com "...I was the first enlisted TAR to be assigned to VP-65 when we formed at NAS Los Alamitos, California prior to moving to NAS Point Mugu, California. Lcdr. Dean Neilan was the first OiNC. We flew up to NAS Point Mugu, California one day to view our lovely new home which was an old semi-abandond butler building which we shared with an Air Force missle recovery helo unit. Have lots of fond memories of two cruises to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and a month in NS Rota, Spain. Had some great Shipmates at NAS Point Mugu, California and would love to any one who would care to drop me an e-mail..." [30MAR2000]

ARNOLD, AE2 Marvin http://www.storydomain.com/ "...I served with I served with VP-702 NAS Dallas, Texas and drilled from OKC in late 1950. Active duty as AE2 AC ASW Training Instructor from 1960 to 1963. I flew with VP-701, VP-702, VP-703 and VP-704..." [02JUL2004]

ARNOLD, AD2 Susan gaines90@sbcglobal.net "...I started my Naval Career with VFC-13 at NAS Miramar, California, then I went to VP-31 framp school at NAS Moffett Field, California . I then left that 'great' state of California and headed home to Illinois and the Mighty VP-90 Lions. I left the Navy in March 1994 and I am now employed at the United States Post Office in Bedford Park, Illiois. I'd love to hear from all of my "old" Shipmates. Take Care ALL !!...." [E-Mail Updated 06FEB2004 | E-Mail Updated 11JUN99 | E-Mail Updated 20JAN99 | 18FEB98]

ARNOUTS, AE2 Jack n2kuo@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-66 (1970-1973) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I spent most of my time on detail to the Station Work Center 620 until my release from active duty..." [10DEC2010]

ARNST, STEVE FARNST@EARTHLINK.NET "...I WAS AN AE-2 WITH THE "Q' FROM MAY 1969-JUNE 1971. I WAS JUST 18 AT THE TIME AND MANY PEOPLE TOOK ME UNDER THERE WINGS AND WERE VERY KIND. ESPECIALY THE "CONNIE CREWS". SO MANY GOOD AT'S. ALSO THE ARMY BOYS WHO BARRACKED WITH US AND FLEW ON THE A-3'S. WAS IN DaNANG ON MARCH 16th WHEN CONNIE CRASHED. I REMEMBER BINGHAMTON AND DON AND 5 OTHERS SURVIVED IN TAIL. WAS ALSO THER WHEN ANDY DIED. MORRIS WAXLER IS STARTING A RE-UNION FOR 2000. (SEE SQUADRON NOTES.) AM LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING FROM ANYONE. MY MEMORIES ARE FOND BUT FADING. I'M THE ONE WHO BROUGHT MY BEAUTIFUL HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART OVER AND GOT MARRIED. IN "70. SHE'S STILL BEAUTIFUL AND WE'RE STILL MARRIED..." [21MAR99]

ARNTZEN, Roger (Arnie) arnie25@aol.com "...I served with VP-7 (55-57) as a radioman, ATU-614 (57-58) flying P2V-2's, 3's, & 4's. Also VP-6 (66-67) as a radioman then VO-67 (67-68). Went to VP-31 (69-74) then to VP-47 (74-77). Lot of wonderful times in WESTPAC (i.e., Olongapo, Bankok, etc.). Retired in 81. Sure would like to hear from any shipmates, espically VO-67..."

ARONOFF, PN3 Sanford L. saronoff@comcast.net "...I served with VAW-114 (May 1968 to December 1968) right after coming back from the Airbase (U.S. Naval Support Activity) at Chu Lai , South Vietnam..." [27OCT2010]

ARP, AMHC John D. Retired captnarp@aol.com "...I served with VP-65 (FE) from 1976 to January 1993. I flew with United Airlines as a Captain on the 737 Shuttle. I also flew with Del Mitchell as a copilot on a Lockheed Super Constellation in Camarillo. Does anyone in VP-65 remember the Connies? I retired from United Airlines in 2007 and now iving in Big Bear Lake, CA. I would like to hear from former Shipmates and looking forward to VP Reunions!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 27NOV2009 | E-Mail Updated 09DEC2002 | 12DEC99]

ARRAZOLA, Lou "King Louie" enynlou@omeganet.es "...I was stationed in both VAQ-33 (90 & 91) & VP-11 (92 - 96)..."

ARSCOTT, Bob bobarscott@sgmnow.com "...I was in VP-24 in 1954 to 1956 stationed back and forth at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia and Halfa Malta. Is there anyone who was also stationed there at that time - I would like to hear from you..." [02JUN2002]

ARSENAULT, Michael marsenault.1@netzero.com "...I served as a SS-3 with VP-17 from 1986 to 1990 on Crews 1, 2 and 7. It's great to see some of the names that are here. I'll be talking to some of you guys real soon..." [17JUL2004 | 22APR2003]

ARTIME, AMCS(AW/SW) Henry Retired fxdride@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-90 from 1979-1982, then Okinawa, Japan from 1982-1985, NAS Memphis, Tennessee from 1985-1989, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR from 1989-1992, NADOC, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 1992-1995, USS Kearsarge (LHD-3) from 1995-1999 and retired out of VC-6 NAS Norfolk, Virginia. To all the Shipmates that supported me through those trying Airman years, thanks. A big thanks to AFCM Kevin Champagne, as he made it to my retirement ceremony and made it a very special day for me..." [19OCT2002]


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