VP Shipmate Directory
EUBANKS, AX2 Jerry D. firstname.lastname@example.org "...I was with VP-42 from 1963-1966. I was assigned to NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I was in a flight crew for a short period, then I went to maintenance. I was an AX2 working in the FASRON shop. I was with the deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan in 1964 and 1965. When I was discharged, I was in NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [31JAN2006]
EUBANKS, Jim DKCRR@aol.com "...I served with VP-48 from 6/67 to 12/70. I went on deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAS Adak, Alaska and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. The flashbacks that this web site have given me are awesome. I was reading about the P-3 that we lost on our NAS Iwakuni, Japan deployment. I lost some good friends on that flight. I worked in the electric shop (I was an AE-2) and would really like to renew some friendships..." [18MAY99]
EUBANKS, AE1 John L. Retired JL_NJEUBANKS@msn.com "...VP-30 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland May 1970 - July 1973. I worked in W/C 220 and 040. I left in 73 did 2 yrs inactive reserve and got out. In August 1976 I reenlisted in the reserves and retired in 1994 as AE1 with 24 yrs..." [06APR2002]
EUBANKS, AECS John N. Retired email@example.com "...I was in other VP Squadrons through out my career. My first VP squadron was VP-23 from Jan. of 1961 until Feb of 1964. Then came my VP-49 tour after which I went to VP-30 and worked in maint control in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland until March of 1975 when I was the first and Senior Enlisted man to be assigned to the VP-30 det in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. The VP30 det/ NAS Jacksonville, Florida OIC was Commander Chuck Picard until the entire squadron eventually moved into the spaces of hangar 1000 that had been previously occupied by the decommissioned VW-4. n February of 1976 I received orders to VP-56 where I flew and was Line Division Chief until assigned to be the squadron Maintenance Chief where I continued through until returning early from a deployment to NAS Keflavik, Icelandreturning the VP-56 NAS Jacksonville, Florida Det. in March of 1978 until I retired on August of 1978..." [17MAR2000]
EUBANKS, Stephen (Cotton) firstname.lastname@example.org "...I served with VP-4 from 1977 to 1981. I was a pround member of Crew 12 "World reknowned Dirt Balls" with Ray R. Davis, Pat Thinnes (FE), Randy Jones "Jonesie", PPC "Ski" Malanowski, AO Harry Walters, LT Jennings, and Buck Buckingham. I also served with Crew 4 "Wild Wild West Show" with Rex Wilde, Tim Cook, Marc (I can't remember his last name but remember his kick boxing lesson at NSF Diego Garcia). I remember the huts in NSF Diego Garcia, liberty in the PI and VP Alley. Coming down from Marilyns number 1 c********er with Billy Bowman and Rex Wilde in a jeepney and we paid the driver 5 pesos to get us to the main gate in 5 minutes. What a ride. I have my mumbles qual, balut qual and Crew 12 initiation. I remember CDR West saying after the Chiefs run up Gordon. "You know Eubanks I was doing pretty well until some SOB stepped on my knuckels." Well I could go on forever drop me a line if you remember me. Also served with PMTC 81-84, VPU-1 84-89 and NADC 89-93. Best times of my life were spent in the PI and Andoya. YOOOOo Adreinne! Would like to hear from any of my old Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 20MAR2005 | 02JUN2003]
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