VP Shipmate Directory
EPMEIER, AMM1 Robert T. email@example.com "...I am looking for any crew members from VPB-108 that served in the Pacific theater (specifically Tinian) during the period June 1945 to November 1945. I was the plane captain, AMM1st class, assigned to PB4Y2's. I only recall two other crew members; one had a last name of Bishop and my pilot LCDR Walter..." [26SEP2005]
EPP, AO3 David R. firstname.lastname@example.org "...I served with VP-23 (1964-1966) with a deployment to NS Rota, Spain (October 1964). I had crew training with CAC-6 then Ordnance position with CAC-5 BUNO: 141250 and then BUNO: 147956). I am now retired in Florida..." [15NOV2010]
EPPERS, Barbara (Cashell) email@example.com "...I served with VP-23 from 1989 through 1991. Looking to hear from old squadron mates. The time I spent with the Seahawks was one of the best times of my life..." [E-Mail Updated 02APR99 | 00DEC96]
EPPING, Doug firstname.lastname@example.org "...I served with VP-50 (1971-1974) with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Agana, Guam. I flew with Crew-8 (NAVCOM) and Crew-10 (TACCO). Looking back 40 years later I am still impressed with how young we were and how much responsibility we had. Lots of good memories from those days!..." [28DEC2011]
EPPS, Dave email@example.com "...I was a proud Fighting Marlin from 10/88 to 10/91. I flew that entire time as CAC 4's IFT, (nobody saw us and you can't prove a thing!!!). VP-40 truely set the standard, from the second to none Maintenance Dept., to the best Personnel Dept. I've ever seen before or since then. I'm still trying to do justice in explaining the "Bouy Juice Ceremony" to my Shipmates on the East Coast. My tour there stands out as my most memorable and enjoyable. I'd love to hear from any of the old gang. Laging Handa!!!..." [05MAR99]
EPSTEIN, AME David M. Sf49erinabq@aol.com "...I served in both VP-48 (1977-1981) and VP-31 (1981-1985), as an AME (various ascending ranks)..." [11APR2002]
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