VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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Memorial Picture "...CLAIRE, AVCM (AW/NAC) Robert F...AVCM Bobby Claire's Memorial service was held February 6th, 2015 at 1200 in VP-30's Hangar NAS Jacksonville, Florida (VP-24 Bateman Facebook - February 1st, 2015). AVCM Bobby Claire served with VP-24, NAMTGD 1011 and VP-5..." Contributed by NUYEN, AT1 (AW/NAC) Jim jnuyen@ptd.net [12MAR2014]

Memorial Picture "...CLAPP, ADC Larry...Received this from AVCM Mike Gensch - It is with a very sad and heavy heart that I tell you that ADC Larry Clapp passed away at 5:15 this morning. Larry served with VP-66, VP-68, VP-92 and NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Larry is going to be cremated without a funeral service. Katie and the family want to invite everyone to join in a memorial service there in FL, maybe in a couple of weeks. This will allow the family some time to grieve together and also allow people to make travel plans. Larry has been in Hospice care so his passing was expected but itís still a shock to think heís gone..." Contributed by CAHILL, Kevin R. kevin1fe@aol.com [21MAY2015]

Memorial Picture "...CLARK, LCDR Jack H...My father, LCDR Jack H. Clark, served in WWII in PATSU 3-4 Squadron and NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1945 to 1946. He had many fond memories of his Navy days on the PB4Y's and the great Shipmates he served along with in WWII...Jack Clark Jr. jhclark1@msn.com..." [15MAY2004]

UPDATE Shipmate Pix "...Dad proudly served in the US Navy during WWII in PATSU 3-4, MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Funa Futi atoll in the South Pacific and later at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. He settled in Charlotte NC and had an active life in landscaping design until his passing at 89 years. His military service is remembered and deeply appreciated by his children. Jack Clark Jr. jhclark1@msn.com, Memorial Day, May 31, 2004..." [01JUN2004]

Memorial Picture "...CLARK, JW...Thursday, July 11, 2002 - JW Clark - Memorial services for Mr. JW Clark, 81, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, July 12, 2002, at Rose-Neath Funeral Home in Minden with Dr. Ronald Prince officiating. Mr. Clark, a native of DeRidder, passed away Tuesday, July 9. He spent his early life working a ranch with his family. He joined the Navy during World War II and became a naval aviator in 1943. He was an officer and a pilot for VPB-117, "The Blue Raiders." His squadron became the most highly successful bombing squadron in Naval history, leading Mr. Clark to be decorated multiple times with honors including the Distinguished Flying Cross..." WebSite: Press-Herald http://www.press-herald.com/obits/2002obits.html [19DEC2005]

UPDATE "...My Grandfather, LT(jg) JW Clark, passed away in 2002. He served with VPB-117. He was proud of his squadron and was awarded the Navy Cross. His and his fellow crewmates' bravery will forever be remembered by his family..." Contributed by Chris Clark chrisclark@christopheraclark.com [30APR2011]

Memorial Picture "...CLARK, LCDR Maurice...My late father, LCDR Maurice Clark, served with VP-46 (1961-1965) as a P2 TACCO/Co-Pilot and a P-3 Co-Pilot, VW-4 (1971-1973), NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1973-1979) and retired in 1979. I'd love to hear from Dad's former Shipmates..." Contributed by Maurice Clark, Jr. tirpitz617@yahoo.com [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09JAN2014 | 21APR2010]

Memorial Picture "...CLAYTON, CAPTAIN Oramel I. "Mel"...My father, CAPTAIN Oramel I. "Mel" CLAYTON, passed away July 28, 2000. Dad served with VC-7, VOC-2, VC-20 (05/1944-11/1945), VP-41 (07/1948-08/1949), VR-3 (05/1951-12/1954), VR-7 (01/1955-02/1957), VR-6 (03/1957-06/1960); NARTU NAS Jacksonville, Florida (07/1960-01/1963) and retired 06/1967. I would like to hear from anyone who knew him and the type of aircraft Dad flew. Thanks!..." Contributed by Retired c/o His Son Greg Clayton dgclayton@verizon.net [E-Mail Updated 08APR2015 | 12OCT2000]

Memorial Picture "...CLEVELAND, LCDR Alfred Saxton...My name is Casey Cleveland. My father was LCDR Alfred Saxton Cleveland. He was the Air Combat Intelligence Officer of VP-54. I believe he served until the end of 1944. He was on the USS Intrepid In Nov. of 44 during a nasty Kamakazae attack. I never knew why he was there, I assumed the VP-54 was somehow deployed from her at one time. He was given the Bronz Star for assisting in the rescue of trapped men from the ready room. he passed away in 1982 before I was able to learn more about his navy career. I am looking for anyone who might have known him during this time or served with him. I have visited this site before and found mission documents with his name on the bottom. This is an excellent site. Thanks foe being there...Casey Cleveland mmac90@starpower.net..." [03MAY2005]

Memorial Picture "...CLEVENGER, LT Robert G...My father, LT Robert G. Clevenger, passed away on February 15, 2010. He was attached to VPB-122 stationed in NAS Kodiak, Alaska during WWII. He was 88 years old. Robert Clevenger rgclevenger@gmail.com..." [17FEB2010]

Memorial Picture "...CLICQUENNOI, Roger...My Dad, Roger Clicquennoi, passed away in 1977. Dad served with VP-18 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida and deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland flying the P2. I would like to hear from any Shipmates that may have known my Dad. Ruth Clicquennoi clicquennoi@hotmail.com..." [23JAN2010]

Memorial Picture "...CLIFTON, CDR Charles...My father was a pilot with VP-118 in 1945. My father flew P2V's as a reservist off the west coast until retirement in about 1975...Dad also served with VP-777...CDR (USNR) Clifton passed away July 2000 in Murphys, California...CLIFTON, CDR Charles Retired (Deceased) c/o his son Gary Clifton clifton@gbis.com..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 25JAN2003 | Updated 26MAR98]

Memorial Picture "...CLIFTON, Charles...My Dad, CDR Charles Clifton (USNR), passed away July 2000 in Murphys, California...Gary Clifton clifton@gbis.com..." [25JAN2003]

Memorial Picture "...CLOONAN, ABHC John T...ABHC John T. Cloonan died peacefully at his home in Headford, Ireland on December 31, 2003. Mr. Cloonan was Beachmaster in VP-49 at NAS Bermuda in 1962. He retired as Chief Petty Officer in 1982...Jack Crawford airdale03@aol.com..." [28NOV2004]


CLACHER, Richard richardclacher@gmail.com "...I served with VT-26 (08/1963-1965) at NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas..." [09FEB2017]

CLAIR, SrMsgt Bruce Du Retired bnpduclair@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-873 (1962-1970) and flew with CDR Braughn, AO1 Jim Franklin and AOC Stan Alsing. We all left VP-873 (I was a AW1) to join the USAF Reserves (301st Military Airlift) flying the C-141 and then C5A. I retired in 1992 as a SrMsgt (E-8) as well as Franklin and Alsing. Both Stan and Jim both were ARTS which were like TARS..." [28APR2012]

CLAIR, AC1 John W. Le Retired pappylc@gmail.com "...I served VP-6 (1952-1955). I was second radio and ECM Operater aboard BE-4. I feel I must be the only survivor up to now. I am 78. I have lots of fond and scary memories of that era in my life. I retired out of the Navy in September 1975. To any other survivors out there, I hope you have had a life as eventful and filling as I have. God bless you all..." [26DEC2012]

CLAIRE, AVCM (AW/NAC) Robert F. bobnjul@bellsouth.net "...Served in NAS Jacksonville, Florida VP Navy as an FE from 80-91, VP-24, NAMTGD 1011, VP-5. Still on active duty, but will retire on 01Dec01, (ceremony on 07Sep01). I'm stationed at NETPDTC at NAAS Saufley Field, Florida and intend to stay in Pensacola after my hitch is up. Thanks..." [22JAN2001]

CLAMPITT, Robert M. navy4654@aol.com "...I was in VP-22 from Nov 56 to Aug 59. When I left I was PPC of crew 12 in NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Loved every moment and would do it again in a flash..." [17JAN2005]

CLAPHAM, LCDR Peter Retired TropicTrdr@hotmail.com "...1976-81: Jez and Radar Operator: VP-6; Crews 3 & 4. 1981-85: Radar Operator; VP-62; Crew 12. Commissioned in 1985, served on destroyers and Special Warfare, Mine Warfare, and Naval Coastal Warfare operational staffs and task units as an Operations, Maintenance, and Chief Staff Officer. I Retired in 2000 as a LCDR. I live in the San Diego area. In 24 years of naval service, I think the VP outfits were the best!..." [BIO UPdated 23JAN2005 | BIO Updated 21JAN2002 | BIO Updated 28MAY2000 | E-Mail Updated 07FEB2000 | 05MAY98]

CLAPP, ADC Retired Larry katylar123@aol.com "...20 Years w/VP's The Minutemen (VP-92) from 1974-1979. The Liberty Bells (VP-66) 1979-1983. The Blackhawks (VP-68) 1983-1990 then back to the Liberty Bells as an ADC. 1994 to RAIMD NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and then three years as the Junk Yard Dog running the stations Recycling Department. Best thrill besides being a qualified ground engine operator on all those P-3s, my two years as NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania CPOA president. Retired 1 Nov 1997 w/ lots of great friends..." [13APR98]

CLARDY, AZ2 Garrett mrgscottc@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VS-31 (1989-1992) with two Med cruises on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69). I can still remember working in S2M Division during my first cruise, making rate twice before reenlisted and moving to VP-30 with a detachment to NAS Key West, Florida (twice) and a deployment to NAS Bermuda. I never made it to NAS Fallon, Nevada or NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I very few of my Shipmates from those days; however, here is a shout out some I do: AME2 Brown, AZC Blaylock, AZ2 Rodriguez, AZ1 Sabourine and AK2 Brown..." [14OCT2010]

CLARE, AT3 Michael mclare@michaelclare.com "...I served with VS-33 from 1979 to 1981..." WebSite: http://www.michaelclare.com/ [24DEC2001]

CLARK, Barbara E. barbclark23@gmail.com "...I served with Commander Naval Air Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet (COMNAVAIRLANT) and VP-10 at NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [11MAR2017]

CLARK, Bill bill738ohms742@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1961 to 1963 as a Radioman with Crew-10..." [22JUL2009]

CLARK, Bill GEGbunnies@aol.com "...VP-30 Aug-Dec 75. Sensor 3 operator on Charlie, UI, and UII. VX-1 76-79. Greg Lonnberg and I keep in touch and he keeps in touch with Greg Shultz. Had alot of fun flying out of Pax. Miss the old birds but have made one for FS5. Not a long and illustrious career, but alot of good times..."

CLARK, YN2(SS) Bill (Yeoboy) koshersub@webtv.net"...I served with VS-31 when it was homeported at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. We were flying the S3-A Viking back in those days. Maybe I'm not navigating this site the right way, but I haven't seen any mention of VS-31 at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida, or the S3-A. Anyhow, I wanted to see if there is a crewlist existing for those of us who served in VS-31. A couple of names come to mind -- but with a crew list my memory (it's been 25 years) might notice some others. Thanks for your time. Yes, I am a submarine sailor (or was). VS-31 was a damn good outfit. We had some great officers. Our CO was Commander Parker..." [15MAY2001]

CLARK, Billy K. clark@netsites.net "...Radio Op/Gunner in VB-146 from 1943 until return from SoPac in 1945 (I think). Squadron formed in Whidbey Island, Wash. and left San Fran aboard Jeep Carrier for Hawaii, I think, in Dec 1943. Anybody out there who was in the Squadron..."

CLARK, CDR Charles F. Jr. Retired chicknger@embarqmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (03/1955-03/1958) and VP-22 (03/1962-06/1964), Editor of APPROACH Magazine at the Naval Aviation Safety Center and FAW-6 at NAS Iwakuni, Japan..." [E-Mail Updated 04APR2012 | E-Mail Updated 22JUL2004 | BIO Updated 28NOV2001 | 26NOV2001]

CLARK, D. 1033@aol.com "...Served in both VP-17 and VP-47. Flew in P2V's P3A, B, C. Presently a NAESU Rep on P3's at NAS JAX, Florida..."

CLARK, Dale daleclark36@comcast.net "...I served with VP-1 (12/1963-06/1965) and flew with Crew-9. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [08DEC2014]

CLARK, AE2(AW) David DaveClark01@cs.com "...I was an AE2(AW) and served with VP-44, NAS Brunswick, Maine, VP-8, and NAWC Pax River. I was also a Flight Engineer with VP-8 and NAWC. Flew with CAC-9, and CAC-7 during the Gulf War. I am looking for any old Shipmates for a possible Reunion..." [19SEP2001]

CLARK, ATCS David J. http://force.navair.navy.mil/BioPgforCSC.htm "...After completing recruit training at Great Lakes , Senior Chief Aviation Electronics Technician (Air Warfare/Naval Aircrewman) David J. Clark attended Avionics "A" school and the Advanced First Term Avionics Course in Millington, Tennessee where he was advanced to Petty Officer Third Class. In December 1981 he proceeded to NAS Pensacola, Florida where he completed the Naval Aircrewman Candidate School at the top of his class. In February 1982 he completed SERE school in San Diego, California and proceeded to the Fleet Replacement Squadron at NAS Moffett Field, California to attend the P-3C Integrated Avionics Maintenance/In-Flight Technician Course at VP-31's "Black Lightning Camp". His first operational squadron was VP-40. While assigned to the "Fighting Marlins", he was designated a Naval Aircrewman and primary IFT NATOPS instructor. He deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Misawa, Japan where he participated in the KAL-007 Search and Rescue/Salvage Operations. He was advanced to Petty Officer Second Class. In October 1985, it was back to VP-31 for a challenging assignment as an IFT/DACM instructor. During this tour he trained over 80 IFT students, and 35 Maritime Patrol Aircrews in Defensive Air Combat Maneuvers. He was also the CNAP P-3C IFT Evaluator and was designated an Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist. He was advanced to Petty Officer First Class. Senior Chief Clark's next sea duty assignment was with VP-19. While in "Big Red", he was the command DAPA and was twice selected as Aircrewman of the Year. He deployed to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, NSF Diego Garcia, The Philippines, and Misira Oman where he participated in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. After VP-19 disestablished in May of 1991, he moved to BUPERS Sea Duty Component, Dallas, Texas where he served as the Quality Assurance Officer and Training Officer. Shortly after his arrival, he was selected for advancement to Chief Petty Officer. In October of 1994 he transferred to the Naval Air Warfare Center at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, where he was the Contract Field Team Project Officer at the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, and the senior Research, Development, Test and Evaluation QAR at VX-20. He reported to VP-26 in October 1997 and deployed to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily where he flew combat missions over Bosnia. During his tour with "Team Trident", he was promoted to Senior Chief Petty Officer and served as the AV/ARM Division CPO and Command Master Chief. In October 2000, Senior Chief Clark transferred to VX-20 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where he now serves as the Command Senior Chief. Senior Chief Clark's military decorations include the Air Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (four awards), and various unit/campaign awards and service medals..." [17JUN2003]

CLARK, Greg gregsclark@worldnet.att.net "...Served as an NFO with VP-4 from 89-92. Currently assigned to VP-30. Like to say "Hi" to all former Skinny Dragons. Greg (trou)..." [07APR98]

CLARK, ATCS Jake Retired JakeClark@aol.com "...I was an IFT in VP-22 (Crew 12 forever!) from 73 to 80, NAMTRADET NAS Moffett Field, California 80- 84 (a survivor - remember the flight order audit board?), VP-19 from 84 to 89 (Remember the Big Red Band?), then back to NAMTRADET from 89 until I retired in 93. Lots of good memories, we had the best of times! Look forward to hearing from some of the old gang!..." [03OCT98]

CLARK, AEC James E. Jr. Retired aec1989@gmail.com "...I served with VP-10, VP-26, VP-11, VP-30 and VP-8. A long and wonderful career in the VP Community (1972-1992)..." [E-Mail Updated 12MAR2017 | E-Mail Updated 21MAR2006 | E-Mail Updated 29SEP2002 | E-Mail Updated 21MAR2000 | Updated 24JAN98]

CLARK, AO2 (NAC) Jerry JerryClark1@aol.com "...I was in big red from 1987-1991. I was on CAC1 and CAC2..." [18JAN2000]

CLARK, AXC Joanna M. mary.elizabeth@aegis.com "...I served with VP-49 at NOB Bermuda from 1958 to 61 (ATS3-ATS2), and VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point from 1965-69 (AXC, NATOPS Instructor/Evaluator and SeaSurvival instructor)..." WebSite: http://www.aegis.com/

CLARK, John jc1967@juno.com "...Served with VP-46 as an AT2 - '87 thru '91. Went to Diego, NAS Misawa, Japan, and almost went on a third deployment but broke my ankle and stayed home..." [04JUL98]

CLARK, AX3 John L. golfnut@entouch.net "...I served with VP-31 (Avionics Shop) from April 1962 to January 1964. I made AX3 before I got out. Some of the buddies I remember (not easy these days) were Larry Kruzick, Art Tobkin, Fred Isorda and Dave Turner. I can't believe I didn't take any pictures of Shipmates in those days. After the Navy, went to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo..." [11MAR2009]

CLARK, Louis renglish@i-55.com "...I served with VPB-116 in Iwo Gima, Tinian in 1944. I am trying to contact former crew members. Our aircraft number was 90479. Our aircraft commander was LtCmdr Waggoner, Flight Engineer was Peterson. Other members were, Dowdy, Vanhorn, and Mitchell. I do not remember much else but would like to hear from anyone who knows anything about this flight crew..." [10AUG99]

CLARK, ATCS(NAC) Marlon K. marlon@cccomm.net "...I served with VP-22 from 1976-1979, AIMD NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, VPU-2, NAMTRA NAS Moffett Field, California, and my last VP service was with VP-46. A lot of good memories and great friends. Retired in January 1996 out of NAS Fallon VFA-106/125 Det, ouch..." [E-Mail Updated 13DEC2002 | 15AUG98]

CLARK, AE1 Michael M. gulfcoastfreelance@gmail.com "...I served with VX-4 NAS Point Mugu, California from 1960 to 1964, VW-11 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland / NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from 1957 to 1959 and VAW-13 Phillippines until I took my Honorable Discharge..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 14OCT2008 | 24OCT2005]

CLARK, AXCS Monte Retired mrclark@arn.net "...I served in 3 different VP squadrons. I was an aircrewman with VP-45 from 1965 until the fall of 1970. I was a radio and radar operator, and all three sensor positions. I also served in VP-4 from Jul 75 until May 78 as Maint. CPO and Div. CPO. Then to VP-30 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida as Maint. CPO until retirement 29 Feb 80. I also flew as an airborne CIC operator (scope dope) with AEWBarRonPac out of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Then to AT school and VP-30 as radio operator on P2V's and P5M's. Would like to hear from any shipmates I served with during my career..." [E-Mail Updated 04DEC98 | 23JAN98]

CLARK, CDR Neil A. nclark2@email.msn.com "...I started my career in VP with the "Milpitas Chickens" of VP-19 at NAS Moffett Field, California in 1982. Made deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan, Diego Garcia, and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. The following shore tour was at COMFAIRMED, NAF Naples, Italy, for two years May'85-May'87. I was accepted into the TAR program while at Naples and received orders to VP-92 at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1987. Made several Active Duty detachments during my, nearly four years in NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts. Released form active duty in December of 1990 (just as Desert Storm was beginning). Accepted into VP-94 as a Selected Reservist in Feburary of 1990 and have been lucky enough to maintain my SELRES pay billet until the present time. Have only 10 months left to be eligible for retirement as a Commander. Never thought I would make it this far!!!..." [24MAY99]

CLARK, AXC Ralph Retired onust@wayxcable.com "...VP-30 1961, VP-42 1962, VP-48 1963, VP-31 1964, VP-9 1967, VP-56 1975. Taught at NATTC Memphis, Tennessee, NAMTG NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, NAMTG NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Flew every electronic position on SP5(A&B), and P-3(B&C). Retired in Jan 1982 and went to college. Taught Electronics, Electromechanical, Hydraulics, ETC. Would love to hear from anyone that I flew or taught with..." [21OCT2004]

CLARK, Roy T. "Skip" c/o Donna Hilstrum quaillady1@earthlink.net "...My father, Roy T. "Skip" Clark, was stationed at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from about 1945 to 1948, attached to the Navy Firefighting School. We lived in housing on the the base. I remember the buildings and have a few pictures; each one being a four-apartment unit and I think there may have been about 10 or so (memory fails me here) in the "horseshoe" shaped complex. As kids, we used to collect bottles and take them to the Enlisted Men's Club in exchange for candy money. What a pretty place to have such fond memories of!..." [13MAR2003]

CLARK, Steven G. runsfrombear8@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1965 to 1967. I was a Radio Operator on Crew-6. I am trying to located George Bringle, Joe Cox, Danny Hites, Mike Keenan, Gary Miller, Paul Nichols, Ken Slater, Tom Smith, Leon Stallins, Mike Steven and Jim Walker..." [E-Mail Updated 29OCT2010 | E-Mail Updated 29JUL2009 | E-Mail Updated 02APR2005 | BIO Updated 17JAN2000 | 12APR98]

CLARKE, W. Kent Jr. kentclarkejr@reagan.com "...I served with VP-21 with deployments to NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (1964) and NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Norfolk, Virginia and USS Essex (CV-9)..." [09JUN2013]

CLARK, WILLIAM ARTHUR Retired http://www.usna.com/history/classof1940/C.htm [21FEB2002]
Upon graduation, Bill was assigned to USS T.LOUIS (CL-49), reporting aboard in July, 1940. After serving for two years, he reported to NAS Lakehurst, N.J., where he underwent lighter-than-air flight training. Upon completion of this training, Bill served in various Airship Patrol Squadrons until May of 1944, when he reported to NAS Dallas, Texas for heavier-than-air flight training. Bill completed HTA training and was attached to Patrol Bombing Squadron One Hundred at NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, when the war ended. In September, 1945, Bill assumed command of Patrol Bombing Squadron Twenty-Eight, based in the Philippine Islands. In July, 1947, he reported to Commander, Naval Air Materiel Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as Aide to Com NAMC. Commencing in January, 1949, Bill served as the Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station, Santa Ana, California, until the base was disestablished in July of that year. His next tour of duty was as Operations Officer of USS CURTIS (AV-4). In July, 1951, Bill was transferred to the Office of Naval Intelligence, where he served until June, 1953. His next tour of duty was on the staff of Commander Task Group 7.3, engaged in atomic testing at Eniwetok and Bikini in the Pacific test areas. From 1954 to 1956, Bill served in USS BENNINGTON (CVA-20), as navigator. In June, 1956, he was assigned as Commanding Officer of Airship Patrol Squadron One. From August, 1957 to June, 1958, Bill was the Executive Officer of NAAS Cabaniss Field, Corpus Christi, Texas. This was followed by three years on duty with the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in the Aviation Plans Division. In August, 1961, Bill reported to Com Nav Marianas as Commanding Officer of the NAS Agana, Guam. After two wonderful years in Guam, he returned to Washington, D.C. for duty on the Joint Staff, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for three years. Then, after a two-year stint as Naval Plant Representative, Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, Connecticut, Bill retired on 1 November 1968. Bill was married to Eleanor Stone in 1942, and they had four wonderful children. Upon retirement, they settled on the mid-coast of Maine in the small town of Newcastle. For the next few years, Bill tried his hand at several small commercial enterprises, none of which were very successful. When he finally decided, in 1975, to settle down and enjoy retirement, Bill's wife was stricken with cancer. She died in April of 1977.

CLARK, William G. IV Glennkaran@aol.com "...I had the privilage of serving with the Blue Geese (VP-22) from December 1988 to November 1999 as a Flight Engineer. Will always remember the great times both in the air and on the ground..." [06MAR2001]

CLARK, William H. R. "Bill" whrclark@juno.com "...A very interesting site you have here. I joined VP-812 at NAS MPLS in 1949. We were flying PV's and got activated in July of 1950. We went to Ault Field and received P2V's...." [01OCT98]

CLARKE, David dclarke50@yahoo.com "...Just surfing along and found my old squadron site VP-28 rig hard gig hard. Joined em in 1964 through 1967. Made deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAS Adak, Alaska, and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I was and AX but most friends were ADs Moe, Felix Carrillo, Pink, Brasseaux, and Mike Beatte. I was from Clearwater Florida and stayed in Hawaii for 10 years after the service. I'm a pilot these days and attend flyins around the country. I had the opportunity to go aboard a P-3C which seemed pretty run down from the condition they were in when we got em...since we were just getting rid of the P2's. Anyone know the whereabouts of Bobby Whitcomb AT2? He last lived in California San Diego area I believe..." [E-Mail Updated 05APR2002 | 22MAR2001]

CLARKE, AME2 Michael "Guido" hl7Mike@gwi.net "...VP-23 Feb 82' Dec 87' and VP-MAU Dec 87- Dec 89'. Ground Pounder for the first couple of years then 2nd Mech on to the Middle seat with CAC3 and CAC 6 "Dawn Riders" Some of the best years of my life. There are memories from NS Rota, Spain, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Bermuda, NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, etc. Hi to "Pony", Rick CLINE, Art, Scotty,Dexter,Smorgy,All the FE's and the world famous 23 Mech shop. Hey Bob Kriner when are we going out for cocktails? Minimum order of 5 gallons. God Bless the Seahawks. Hey Jeff Morris see you around Brunswick..." [11JAN99]

CLARKE, LCDR Bob Retired roclarke@cisco.com "...I served with VP-16 between May 1984 and May 1987, on CAC-8 and 10. Really miss late nighters with Squirrel and Wags, and love to get the tape of the Sigonella band that Mac Bollman, Scott Pierce and I cranked up from Coop, our recording and sub-sniffing tech. We had a ball -- nothing like that deployment to Bermuda which included golf at Castle Harbour for SIX bucks. All hail, War Eagles -- check three down and locked!! Regards..." [07AUG2000]

CLARKE, Steven D. boquetesteve@gmail.com Shipmate Pix "...Attended Avionics "A" School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee (04/1966-04/1967), Avionics "C" School at NAS Moffett Field, California (04/1967-07/1967), NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan (07/1967-10/1969) and then left the Navy (90 day early out to go to college). Graduated from University of Texas w/degree in Economics (1973) and worked Panama Canal Company (1973-1976). Went to Graduate School and got my Masters in International Management (1977). Lived in Australia (1979-1982), rode my Harley in every US State and across Canada and spent about one year in China. All in all - I traveled to over 75 countries on business and pleasure. I currently own Clarke Waste Systems in Pompano Beach, Florida. I retired in Panama with my wife while sons run business. Life is good but would be better if I could find some of my old Shipmates. Last contact was with Russell Berg on his wedding night. Call got cut off and I never knew where he called from or where he lived. All of this was well before the internet, email, caller ID, etc..." [11NOV2013]

CLARKE, AMS2(AW)/(F/E) Steven E. clarke50000@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-8 from 1982 until 1986. I worked in Airframes and Maintenance then transitioned to a flying 2nd Mech. I also served with VP-9 and VP-31 NAS Moffett Field, California..." [17SEP2008]

CLARKE, CDR Tom Retired frederic.clarke@navy.mil "...Served as a pilot with VP-18, VP-24, VP-30, VP-45, and TSC NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Broke ranks and flew Herks with VR-24 and NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Retired and flew a Convair 880 for a while and am now a contractor pilot flying C-130 and P-3 for Naval Force Aircraft Test Squadron at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Work as assistant Ops when not flying! C301-757-3317 or DSN 757-3317..." [E-Mail Updated 21SEP2004]

CLAUSEN, George gclausen48@gmail.com "...I served with VP-741 (1965) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in the Reserves and ended up serving some 14 years of active and reserve time between NAS Jacksonville, Florida and the NARTU unit at NAF Andrews, Maryland. When my reserve unit at NAF Andrews, Maryland transitioned to P-3's, a transition I resented at the time, we were moved down to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [02APR2016]

CLAUSEN, ABH1 Steven Retired hawker44@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1981 to 1987, VP-44 at NAS Brunswick, Maine, VQ-1 at NAS Agana, Guam and then NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 19JUL2010 | 19JAN2001]

CLAUSS, AWC(AW) Fred p3cewo@mediaone.net "...VP-16 - 1984-1995...NADC/NAWC - 1989-1992...VP-24 - 1992-Decom..:( (1995)...VP-30 - 1995-1996...PWLD AMPO - 1996-present..."

CLAUSSEN, Jim EXDUPONT1@aol.com "...11/64 joined VP-11 at NAS Sigonella, Sicily through 11/66 just back from NS Rota, Spain.....Still looking for Shipmates from the same era..." [E-Mail Updated 28OCT98 | BIO Updated 06AUG98 | Updated 25JAN98]

CLAWSON, Kenneth D. kdclawson@netzero.net "...I served with VR-2 from March 1956 to September of 1957. I would like to know what ever happened to all of the Convair Trade Winds?..." [18JUN2002]

CLAWSON, Paul dc10mechanic12566@hotmail.com "...I was assigned to VP-50 from February of 1964 until my discharge in August of 1966. Would like to hear from old Shipmates..." [10APR2007]

CLAY, Paul S. clay34482@centurylink.net "...I served aboard NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas, USS Yorktown (CVA-10), NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Key West, Florida, VX-6 (A/C 320 Loadmaster) from 1964 to 1968, NAS Glynco, Georgia, USS Cleveland (LPD-7), USS Iwo Jima (LPH-1) and retired in 1974..." [16JUN2011]

CLAY, AE3 Roger N. claytrucking@frontier.com "...I served with VXN-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from January 1973 to October 1975 with Chief Warner (Shop Chief), AE's Jim Myers, Don Mewell, Dennis McGuire, Mike Bustle, Mark Champlin, AT's Jim Morris, J.J. Daily, Doug Finley, Ottie Campbell and alot of great Shipmates. I have a great 15" X 18" picture (Road Runner, El Coyete and Artic Fox side by side) I won at the air show one year. If you want a copy - just drop me a line. If any body has toughts of a Reunion please let me know..." [BIO Updated 25MAY2011 | 21MAY2011]

CLAY, AT1(NAC) Tom "Staypuff" Retired tomkat83@alltel.net "...My first squadron was VP-50 (8/85-4-89). I was an IFT on Crew 9 and Crew 6 doing 2 NSF Diego Garcia/ NAS Cubi Point, Philippines/ NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan deployments and 1 NAS Misawa, Japan deployment. I saw several names on your list already from those days. From VP-50, I went to Naval Air Development Center Warminster (6/89-1/92) for shore duty (I was on det 1 month of every 3!) then to CPW-1 Det NAS Misawa, Japan (1/92-5/95), VP-40 (7/95-3/97) for a NSF Diego Garcia/Jeddah/Masirah/any where sandy deployment, CPW-10 (3/97-10/98) on LIMDU, and now I'm back in VP-40 but grounded. I would love to hear from any Shipmates, especially from the "Tromba's Trojans" Crew 6 days...I retired out of NRL in July '03 and moved back to Georgia. I graduated with a BS in Physics and a BA in History in May 2006 and a Master's in Military History in June 2008..." [BIO Updated 10OCT2008 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 18AUG2003 | E-Mail Updated 01MAY2000 | 29OCT99]

CLAYBERGER, Joseph John jaycee@exotrope.net "...I was in VP-9 from 1958 to 1962..." [26MAR2001]

CLAYBURN, Rich "quazimoto" clayburn@erols.com "...Hello VP-17 and fellow P-3'ers!! I was stationed in VP-17 from 1988 to 1991. Wow, what a great time I had. Some of the best people I have ever met were in 17. After 17 I went to C-7 school and then to NAF Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania. I got out of the Navy in 1995 and went to work for Lockheed in the P-3 lab. I am still working in the P-3 lab in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. If anyone would like to contact me my work phone is 301-342-2628 I would love to hear from anyone!! Hope life is treating everyone good!!..." [11DEC98]

CLAYPOOL, AOM1 Kenneth mkennethclaypol@netzero.net "...I served with VPB-106 (PB4Y-2 - Crew 28) from August 1945 to December 1945 on Palawan in the Philippines. We made a forced landing on Hainan Island off the coast of China on October 19, 1945. I have pictures of feathered prop and the airfield below. Any one out there remember the event? Also served in VP-61 in the Aleutians from April 1944 to December 1944 flying the PBY-5A. Looking for crew members of VPB-61 that served in the Aleutians in 1944, returning to Seattle in December - Clif Sweeney, Payne, Findley, Siebles and Brookover. We were stationed on NAS Attu, Alaska first then split up, going to NAS Dutch Harbor, Alaska, NAF Amchitka, Alaska, and NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I would also like to hear from former Shipmates..." [07AUG2000]

CLAYTON, Albert M. Retired "...I WAS AT KINGSVILLE NAS 61-63. I DID SOME WORK ON YOUR P-40 AFTER A HOT ENG LANDING THERE. ALSO DID WORK ON OTHER AIRCRAFT DOWN SOUTH. YOU FOLKS KNOW HOW TO TEACH AND FLY. WAS IN VP-56 AT NS Rota, Spain. RETIRED IN 87. BUILD MODELS AND LIGHT HOUSES, NOW SAILING ON USN YTB-823 FROM PSNS, BREMERTON, WA. CIV CREWS. ANY WAY I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT YOU FOLKS ARE THE BEST, KEEP THEM FLYING..." [05FEB99]

CLAYTON, ACAN Ed eclayton1@cfl.rr.com "...I was a Navy Air Traffic Controller stationed in the NAS Alameda, California control tower from 1951 to 1952. I was privileged to have "worked" all of the 4 Mars aircraft when they would return to the US from the NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. On several occasions, I have witnessed the aircraft complete its trip on only 2 of the four engines and one of the two working ones was smoking. Very exciting (for me, but not for those on board, I'm sure)! As an ACAN then, instead of us being assigned as mess cooks or compartment cleaners, our "extra duty" assignment was to the NAS boathouse, where we manned the crash boats and swept the sealanes for floating debris or, at night, lighting the sealane lights, prior to a Mars arrival. The only names I can recall are those of one of the tower chiefs, named Vilotti, the Operations Officer CDR Butters and one of my fellow controllers, Jack Cook, who lives in Santa Rosa..." [28JAN2004]

CLAYTON, Eddie R. eddierclayton@gmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (1979-1983) and retired in 1999..." [03FEB2013]

CLEARY, Pat Pat2304@aol.com "...I served in VP-46 from '66 - '68; FAW-8 from "68 - '70 and VP-9 from '73 - '75..." [04FEB99]

CLEAVER, Tom Albatrosdv@aol.com "...the last squadron in the Navy saddled with the SP-5b Marlin - served in the Phillipines longer than God. I was there 1963-65, got home a civilian the day the Navy extended tours of technicians for duration of unit's tour overseas (I doubt I would ever have gotten out!)..." WEBSITE: http://members.aol.com/aerialnut/

CLELLAND, LCDR Jack D. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=1811 "...LCDR Jack D. Clelland, USNR - NFL Number: 1811 - Date of Birth: 11/15/1922 - Date In: 6/24/1942 - Date Out: 10/15/1965 - City, State: Pensacola, FL - School Attended: Purdue University - Aircraft Flown: PV-1, PV-2, PBY-5, DC-6B, Boeing 720 Jet - Ship or Unit: VPB-148 1st Tour 8/1/1943, VPB-148 2nd Tour 1/1/1945 and Rocket Tr China Lake 1/1/1944 - Pilot Desg.: Patrol Plane CDR - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: South Pacific WWII - Associations/Service Organizations: Amer.Inst.Aero/Astro Assn of Nav Aviation Inst. of Aeronautics Airline Pilots Assn. Kiwanas/Rotary/Elk - Highest personal decoration or award: Unit Citation - Significant Achievements: 12,000 Flight Hours. Aero. Engr. Boeing;Douglas/Capt.; UAL/Aero- space Engr.; Lockheed, WPAFB.Capt/ United Airlines. Mason;Volunteer American Red Cross. In Memoriam? No..." [11DEC2005]

CLEM, ATCS Bud "Clem" Retired BudClem@aol.com "...I served with VP-46 from 1973 through 1977..." [BIO Updated 03JUL2000]

CLEMENS, ADRC Charles D Jr. Retired glassboro@webtv.net "...I was stationed at NAS Anacostia, Washington, D.C. when the XP2V landed from its 11000 mile 54 hour flight from Perth Australia to Columbus, OH. He was trying to make NAS Anacostia, Washington, D.C. but ran low on fuel and had to land at Columbus. All the brass were waiting at Anacostia. After about 3 hours THE TRUCULENT finally showed up. Three people on board pilot co-pilot and a chief recieved the air medal. I went on board and they had rubber gas tanks all over the place. Fairing on engine nacelles spaces were covered with ordinace tape to cut down drag. It was an experience I'll never forget. I never was in a heavier than air VP but did spend 6 years in ZP squadrons ZP-1 and ZP-4 NAS Weeksville, NC. Smooth Sailing..." [09APR99]

CLEMENT, CDR Dave Retired declement@aol.com "...Served with VP-1 59/60. Saw the squadron transition from P2V-5Fs to P2V-7s. Was Nav/TACCO with "Charlies Chargers" Crew 8 BUNO: 135551 (triple nickle penney) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and deployed to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. PPC and ASW Officer was Lt. Chuck White. Under his leadership we successfully pioneered the TACCO concept. I retired in 81 after a varied career..." [08JAN2000]

CLEMENT, Robert Marshall oldtar1941@msn.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1951 to 1955. I was a Chief Mech and Plane Captain on MC-1 and MC-2. In 1952 I was Plane Captain on MC2 deployed to Malta. On a MEDFAM flight (December 22nd, 1952) we lost a starboard engine over Djion, France and electrical power was lost as well. After over 2 hours single engine flight, 13 souls parachuted near Paris, all safe..." [15JUN2007]

CLEMENTS, AW2 David "Jethro" VP-50, Sensor 1, Crew 8 Dave8D121@aol.com "...I was an AW2 in VP-50 from 1987 until the Squadron was Disestablished. My last 2 years I was the Schedules Petty Officer in Operations, and I was the one that selected and scheduled the Aircrews during the Extendex that resulted in our Mid-Air, and the loss of 21 of my shipmates. I was also the Sensor 1 on Crew 8, which was the #1 Beartrap crew on the West Coast! (I loved it!!) I got out of the Navy in 1994, and still have seperation anxiety (Hahahaha), I do truely miss hunting subs. It was truely a passion of mine, and no feeling better in the world than to know that you just pounced all over that sub..." [E-Mail Updated 21FEB2000]

CLEMENTS, AEAN Gene cdclemson@aol.com "...I served aboard NAS Agana, Guam (12/1953-07/1954) in Base Security..." [28JUL2013]

CLEMENTS, JERRELL Vp28@aol.com "...I served in VP-28 from November 1949 to March 1952..."

CLEMONS, David busparts@yahoo.com "...I was TAR in VP-0122, VP-4046, working in VP-69's hangar at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, from summer 1982 to august 1985. Then back to VP land with VP-11, now active duty from fall 1989 to summer 1992..." [23APR98]

CLEMONS, Mitch mdclemons@peoplepc.com "...I served in VP-56 from 1977 to 1983 mostly as SS1. I served on crews 1 and 7 and beartrap, and was Natops instructor. I now live in Kentucky with my wife and work in computer systems in the healtcare industry..." [06OCT2000 | 29SEP99]

CLENDENIN, Tom kilroy317@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 (1982-1984) as a Second Mechanic..." [26APR2017]

CLEVE, Bill Van beyondpatmos@yahoo.com "...Served with VT-29 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from July of 1969 until August of 1971. The best years of my life - well the easiest anyway. Worked on Night Line most of the time fueling, cleaning, and spotting aircraft for day flights. All that training as an AT was for nothing. We also did a little drag racing with - well never mind that - and a lot of fishing off the sea wall. I guess we didn't contribute much at the time, and I truly regret that now. Lost two good friends in Vietnam while we were playing. TAD to NAS Pensacola, Florida at one point which became my home in later years..." [22FEB2005]

CLEVE, Frank Van mole@hhs.net "...I arrived at VW-12 in late 56 as a boot ensign with new shiney wings. Spent about three years and then out to civilian life. Retired from USAIR ten years ago. Still visit with LCDR Archie Mills in Kansas each year..." [21OCT98]

CLEVELAND, Dave dcleveland@bwisk.net "...Was Plane Captain in VS-37 from December 1962 through march 1964..." [05AUG2001]

CLEVELAND, Kenny "Cleve" Kenamycleveland@juno.com "...I served with VP-46 from 89-92 and BUPERS Dallas, Tx from 92-95. I really enjoyed the time I spent with my Shipmates and would like to hear from them..." [26JAN99]

CLEVELAND, ATCS Skip Retired rcleveland2@gmail.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1964-1968, 1964-1868, 1971-1975 and 1977-1989) and NS Rota, Spain..." [22APR2017]

CLEVELAND, AD1(AW) JR Roy L. bambjamin@aol.com "...I joined the Navy in 1984 following dads footsteps. We both share the same name. He was attached to VP-31, VP-4, VQ-1, VP-19 in the 1970's. He went back and forth between NAS Moffett Field, California, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, and Agana. I have been stationed with VP-5 and VP-30 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I am on my way to AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida where I will work T-56 I-level..." [27MAR2000]

CLEVER, Keith keithclever@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-69 (11/1983-05/1986), VP-MAU (05/1986-09/1991) including being called back to active duty (12/1990) for the Gulf War, VP-91 (09/1991-12/1998), VR-55 (1999-2000) and VP-65. Tried to hang on but HYT got me Retired 2006. I started a Yahoo Group (VP MAU Moffett) and a Facebook Page (VP MAU Moffett) (You know you were VP Navy if...) - former members please join! Love to hear from all the friends that have gone but haven't forgotten. Remembering my brother and mentor, AX2 Tom "The Rocket" Rohr. Long live the ones who've flown on ahead of us. Older I get, longer that list is..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28APR2018 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 12NOV2004 | 18OCT98]

CLEVNGER, Gary gclevenger@neo.rr.com "...I served with VC-4 NAS Oceana, Virginia from 1963 to 1965..." [16FEB2009]

CLIFFORD, Dan glabers@optonline.net "...I served with VAW-114 from 1981 to 1984. Made a WestPac on the USS Kitty Hawk in 1981, and a maiden (World) cruise on the USS Carl Vinson in 1983. A major step up from the Kitty Hawk I might add. Full space air-conditioning, unlimited fresh water and chow-hall hours. Woo hoo! I still tell the stories to friends and family. Many still popping into my head to this day all these years later. Some good times then..." [26NOV2003]

CLIFFORD, Warren WClifford@ePhysician.com "...I was an AW2 in VP-48, and VP-50. I made (4) deployments. NAS Adak, Alaska (2), the PI, and Kadena. I was in the VP-48 AW shop 87-91, and VP-50 AW shop 91-92..." [E-Mail Updated 13OCT2000 | E-Mail Updated 28APR99 | 12FEB98]

CLIFTON, Francis H. FHCPBYFOR@webtv.net "...Was in VP-23 from Ensign, Navigator in Dec. 1942 to Lt. PPC in May 1945. Hello to the crews of WW II..." [19NOV98]

CLINE, AO3 macline@ameritech.net "...I served with VP-66 and VP-64 from the years of 1995-1999..." [02OCT2002]

CLINE, AOC Frederick E. Retired ClineFecline@aol.com "...Bombardier, Navigator/Gunner VPB-135-first squadron in Alutians. Served with VP-892 Japan-Korea 1950, Would love to hear from Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 05OCT2001 | 19NOV98]

CLINE, ATCS Kevin www.spinner@nobleknights.com "...I served in VP-22 from 10/82 to 8/86 as an Aircrew Ord. I left the NAVY to Hover UH-1's in the Army. I ended up in the Ohio National Guard after DS/DS. I'm NOW very happily married to my LAST wife, I have 3 wonderful kids and I'm an ATCS at Cleveland Center. I would like to know what happened to Stoddard, Lefler, Lonkau ( sorry Scott), Scrappy Dude, Hippy Rocker, etc..." [06MAR2000]

CLINE, ADR3 Ron clines@huxcomm.net "...Joined VQ-2 Reciprocating Shop September 1970 and stayed there until March 1972. Best time of my life, except those Super Connie jug changes in the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and Key West. Looking for friends Dave Crocket and Joe Brietfeld. Had great detachments to P1 and P2. Recip Shop was going away so I went away, couldn't bring myself to work on jets. Funniest event was when the first new EP-3 arrived in July 1971 and they sucked the intake covers into the engines shortly there after. Visited the bone yard in Arizona in the 1980s and seen all the Super Connies standing on their tales with the engines whacked off, made me sick to think of all the work put into keeping those flying. Finally retired from Iowa Air Guard in 1991. Write if you remember me..." [17NOV2003]

CLINE, Shannon flcrackersc@aol.com "...Served in VP-31 last 18 months or so of unit's existence. Unbelieve time that was for me..." [04OCT2006]

CLINE, AMS Stephen B. sclinesr@yahoo.com "...I served as an AMS with VP-22, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from December 1974 to May 1978. From there I was attached to NAS Dallas, Texas; Oct 1978 to early 1982. My last duty station was with VP-94 out of NAS New Orleans, Louisiana; 1982 to October 1986. I would like to talk to my old buddies from VP-22 especially Paul Myrick..." [11NOV2001]

CLINGAN, Thomas thomas.clingan@verizon.net "...It would be great to hear from anyone from VP-44. I new some great people and had some great times (1983-1987). NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NS Rota, Spain "Lava Lounge," "Benny's," "Car passing a car thats passing a bus." Italy? Ayuh! "Skippeeeeeerrrrr - I'll save ya little buddy."..." [23FEB2003]

CLINGENPEEL, IS3 Kevin tkevinc@aol.com "...I served in VPU-1, NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1989 to 1991 as an Intelligence Specialist. Just wanted to let all the Old Buzzards know that I'm currently living in Charlotte, NC and my number is in the phone book. Anyone passing through feel free to give me a call if you need any help or just want to swap war stories..." [19NOV2004]

CINTRON, AS1 Pedro tronusn@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-49 (1987-1990) as Line Supervisor and Duty Office..." [08MAR2014]

CLOE, Gloyd (Bob) F. Jr. gloyd@koyote.com "...I served with VW-13. Arrived in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in Jan 61, moved to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada that spring. Deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland shortly thereafter. Left Squadron in Jan 62 to Heavy 11 Det 8 in Sanford, Fl in 64, saw all of Forrestal I wanted. How are you all. Greatest people I have ever associated with! Merry Xmas..." [15DEC98]

CLOONAN, Francis William c/o Colonel Timothy G. Cloonan tcloonan@cox.net "...I served with VP-84 as a PBY during WW II. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [23NOV2013]

CLOPEIN, Anthony C/O His Daughter Heather Quinn (Clopein) ELKTONZOO@AOL.COM "...My Father, Anthony Clopein, served VP-44 Crew 11 around 1962 as a radio operator. I am helping him get any information on former Shipmates..." [24MAY2003]

CLOR, ADJ2 Arthur C. egc316@eznet.net "...I served our great country in VP-11, NAS Brunswick, Maine from April 1962 to February 1966. Was second mech on LE-4 and Plane Captain on LE-9. Remember Fat Boy's and the Chuckwagon?..." [23NOV2002]

CLOUD, ATCS Albert (Joe) Retired jscloud9@comcast.net "...I served with VP-50 NAS Moffett Field, California from August of 1980 until retirement in June 1984. I was Maintenance Control night supervisor, did the NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Misawa, Japan detachments. I retired as an ATCS to Oak Harbor, WA. in June 1984. After working briefly in Bellingham, WA, I took a job as a mail carrier in Seattle where I work and now live in a Seattle Suburb. I am married to Sandy, have 2 kids and a step son. I have embarked on a new UNPAID career as a disc jockey playing bluegrass music at KSER 90.7 FM Everett. I do UNPAID work as an emcee for the Darrington, WA Bluegrass Festival and have done emcee work at the Wintergrass Festival in Tacoma. Summers find us at festivals from Southern Washington to Prince George, B.C. in Canada. Last year got to go to the International Bluegrass Music Association awards in Louisville. Would love to hear from old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUN2006 | 04MAR99]

CLOUD, George G. (Seaman) gcloud02@charter.net "...Served with VP-4 from 1953 to 1956, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Iwakuni, Japan from NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [E-Mail Updated 10DEC2002 | 18FEB99]

CLOUD, AMH1 Larry cloud@oakharbor.net "...I'm currently assigned to VQ-1. If you're looking for someone that is still here perhaps I can contact them for you..." [01APR99]

CLOUGH, LCDR Richard F. Retired cloughrf@aol.com "...I served (enlisted) with VP-6, VP-47, VQ-1, VP-91, CPW Atlantic/Pacific, CWO/LDO Program 2002, Strategic Communications Wing ONE at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma and Mobile Maintenance Facility-Charlie (MMF-C)..." [18SEP2014]

CLOUSE, Wayne F clousewd@ligtel.com "...Served in VP-26 '70-'73, two NAS Sigonella, Sicily and one NAS Bermuda. Great times shared with shipmates. Flew SS1 on crew 9 and crew 6. Like to hear from Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 06DEC2000 | 13JUN98]

CLOUSER, RMC(AC) Del Retired dclouser@cfl.rr.com "...Served with VP-30 and VP-10. Retired January 1985..." [21APR2001]

CLOUTIER, Second Mech. Kevin "Cloot" kevclout@hotmail.com "...VP-45 1973-1975. Looking for others who served with me in NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, AND NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Give me a shout. I'd love to hear from you..." [E-Mail Updated 26OCT2002 | 19FEB2001]

CLOVEN, AW2 Richard "Space" trlrprkcon@cox.net "...I served with VP-45 (1978) with a deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily..." [17MAY2013]

CLOW, CAPTAIN Gordon (Gordy) ghclow@home.com "...I served in VP-8 from August 1965 to July 1968 as TACCO for CAC-10. Deployments included NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Bermuda and the Phillipines. Had some great times flying and carousing. Would like to hear from any "tigers" from that era..." [23DEC2000]

CLUBB, Gary more@seatac.net "...I was in VP-24 from 92 to Decomm.. I had alot of good memories from those days, especially deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I separated at Decomm. I am now an engineer here in sunny Irvine California If there's anybody out there who knows or remembers me feel free to email!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09JUL99 | Updated 01APR98]

CLUEVER, LT Steve wh6jw_3@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 (1987 to 1991), VT-3 Flight Instructor and Air Operations Officer Destroyer Squadron 31 (DESRON 31)..." [E-Mail Updated 12SEP2007 | 19JAN98]

CLUNAN, AT1 James A. clunanjames8@gmail.com "...I served with FASRON-117 (1951-1953)NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with a detachment to NAS Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (PBM) and Dillingham gun range. A few Shipmate names are AO1 Krebs, AT2 Kaphammer, AOAN Heifner, AO3 Fox and AOAN Carson. I left the Navy in July 1953 and re-enlisted in 1961 and reported to AEWBarRonPac (1961-12/1964) and loved flying the "Willy Victors," AT "A" School Instructor (1968), VP-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (Shop Supervisor) and a deployment to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Memphis, Tennessee (1970) as an Instructor, VA-34 (1973) and VT-7 (1978). I retired from Litton Industries in 1995 the U. S. Census Bureau in 2010. Now looking for new career!..." [22JUL2011]


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