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Memorial Picture "...EGGERS, BM3 Eugene Emery (Gene) Sr...My grandfather, Eugene "Gene" Emery EGGERS, passed away December 24th, 1986 in Roseburg, Oregon. He served aboard the USS Tangier (AV-8) (1942-1946) as a Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class. I cannot tell you how much his service to our country has inspired me to do all I can to measure up to him. I miss him greatly and hope one day to be seen in HIS eyes - as a good man." Contributed by Charles Eggers pssylikker01@gmail.com [17MAR2015]

EGAN, AMHC Larry Retired rnavchief@aol.com "...I served with VP-10 (1969-1972) and retired in 1994..." [06JAN2015]

EGER, LCDR John Retired jeger@sbcglobal.net "...I served in the P-3 community for 21 years as a NFO TACCO on the baseline P-3C and the "Super Bee" P-3B. My first tour was with VP-24 and Department Head tour with VP-22. Releted tours with ASWOC NAS Keflavik, Iceland and ASWOC NAS Adak, Alaska. Made three deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and two to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. I was the XO at NAVFAC Lewes, DE and an Instructor at VS-41 in the S-3A Viking in NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [E-Mail Updated 19FEB2007 | 06MAY2003]

EGGER, AMSC Fred Retired eggerf@comcast.net "...USMC 1957-1958 NAS Point Mugu, California,58-59 load master/specal cargo. for flighhts to st. nicklos iland California. R-5-R4D NAS Pensacola, Florida. 59-60 FLICHT TEST FOR AME SYSTEMS VT-4 60-62. 1/2 skins for AME. IN FLIGHT PRESURE SYSTEM,SUSS HANDCOCK CVA_19 62-63 COD crerew.(B)-SCHOOL 63 NAS. BARCERS POINT 63-66 SPECAL CARGO HANDLER A.F, C124/NAVY R6-DVT-25 SHORE DUTY 66-69 VP-31 4/69 - 11-69 F.E. school VP-22 69/74 flight ENGENER. NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas VT-25 74-76 SHORD_DUTY. VAW-117 76-77 AC EQUMENT TEST CREW. VF-14 Q.A. CPO. 77-79 VF-124 MAINTANCE CONTROL. 79-80. SCPO. 1980-retired..." [E-Mail Updated 19MAR2012 | E-Mail Updated 20FEB2007 | E-Mail Updated 09APR2001 | 28MAY2000]

EGGER, Randy randy@ftl.com "...First served with VP-9 Crew 9 from 1982 to 1986. Shore tour with VP-31 from 1986 to 1989. In VP-4 during the transition to P-3C's; VP-46 for a month then VP-47 to finish out my active duty on Holloween 1990 (approprate for me). VP-MAU SEL/RES until decommissioned in 1991; Transfered to VP-91 (SEL/RES). Been there ever since (a slight break for IRR). Awaiting yet another decommissioning. Please feel free to email me, it's always good to hear from friends..." [E-Mail Updated 13NOV2002 | 17FEB98]

EGGERS, David D. Deggerssr@AOL.com "...I served with FASRON-114 in 1957 and 1958 as an aviation electrician..." [09NOV2001]

EGGERT, AVCM(AW) Ron eggsplant@aol.com "...I'm on my 7th different platform now and enjoy running into old folks like myself who "remember the day...". I Did my first tour from 86-89 in VR-61 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington...they still flew the DC-9/31's so we never got to det anywhere. My next move was to VP-67 in NAS Memphis, Tennessee from 89-93 where I had too much fun to elaborate on. After NAS Memphis, Tennessee I did a short tour with VF-302 at NAS Miramar, California (93-94) until CAG-30 decommisioned, then I transfered to VFA-203 at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida for a tour with the Blue Dolphins. In 1996 we made the move to NAS Atlanta, Georgia, I made Chief in 1997 then transfered to VR-53 at NAF Washington, D.C. in February of 1998. After an awesome tour in the herc community I took orders to VAQ-209 (also at NAF Andrews, Maryland) in January of 2002 where I picked up 8 and 9. I'm currently the CMC at VR-1 (yup, NAF Andrews, Maryland) and would love hearing from any old friends I used to run with during the wild times..." [28JUL2005]

EGNACYK, AT John jegnaczyk@yahoo.com "...I was AT(TAR & SELRES) with VP-64 from a 1989-2005. I left the command when they went to C-130's and wound up in VR-48 at NAF Andrews, Maryland. It is nothing like VP. I miss the days of ASW missions and mini detachments. Would like to reconnect with any old Shipmates..." [22NOV2005]

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