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Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...GONGRE, Caey L...My husband, Caey L. Gongre, lost his battle with cancer on January 29, 2011. Carey served with VP-94 from December 1969 until his retirement on February 19th, 1975. We have lived in East Texas since that time..." Contributed by Mary Gongre gongre@peoplescom.net [28JUN2011]

Memorial Picture "...GOBEN, PN2 Victor "Vic"...My brother PN2 Victor Goben served with VP-26 during I believe 67-68. Vic passed away last week and we are trying to see if we can talk to any of his Shipmates during that time. We are trying to gather information of areas you served and any other enjoyable information we can gather. If you served with Vic please contact me. We would appreciate any information we can collect. Thanks...Michael L. Goben mg93viper@gmail.com..." [04APR2005]

Memorial Picture "...GOENS, Robert...On Tuesday 12 November 2002, Shipmate Robert Goens passed away in Shands Hospital, Jacksonville, FL. No services are scheduled. You can contact his brother Dean by telephone (904) 693-0179. Bob served in VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1960-1962. He also served in VP squadrons in NAS Brunswick, Maine and VA squadrons in NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida..." Contributed by HarryJudyH@aol.com [14NOV2002]

Memorial Picture "...GONZALEZ, AMH1 Carlos "Gonzo"...It's with deep regret that I inform you of the passing of AMH1 Carlos (Gonzo) Gonzalez retired, on October 8, 2009 at the age of 52. We served together in VP-64 from 1985 to 1989. He leaves behind his wife of 28 yrs. and 3 daughters and a grandson. Rest in Peace my Friend..." Contributed by SCALES, AMH1 Frank C. fscales21@verizon.net [21OCT2009]

Memorial Picture "...GORCZYCA, AOM1 Eugene J. (Deceased)...My father, AOM1C Eugene J. Gorczyca, served with VPB-130 from 1942-1946. I am looking for any sqadron members or surving family members. My Dad has several pictures that I would love to share. Maybe he has one of you or your loved one. My Father passed away November 24, 2002. Hopefully you have one of my Dad. My Dad was in Burkheimer's flight crew with radio man Rich Zahl and Yoeman Pinky...His Son Grant Gorczyca gforce4869@sbcglobal.net..." [E-Mail Updated 27MAR2004 | BIO Updated 17FEB2003 | 10FEB2003]

Memorial Picture "...GORDON, LT(jg) Nathan G...Nathan Green Gordon, a Navy pilot who received the Medal of Honor for rescuing 15 downed airmen under enemy fire in the Pacific during World War II, has died. He was 92. Gordon, who went on to become lieutenant governor of Arkansas, died Monday night at a hospital in Little Rock, Ark., while being treated for pneumonia and other ailments, his nephew Allen Gordon said. Born in 1916 in Morrilton, Ark., Gordon graduated from the University of Arkansas law school in 1939 and began practicing law in his hometown. He learned to fly after enlisting in the Navy in 1941. During the war http://www.intheirwords.org/, Gordon flew a Consolidated PBY Catalina flying boat, a large plane no faster than a high-powered automobile. On Feb. 15, 1944, he received orders to search for downed pilots after a raid on the Japanese position in Kavieng along the Bismarck Sea near Papua New Guinea. Under fire in rough seas, Gordon piloted the unwieldy aircraft to make three landings to pick up nine men. On the way back, he saw a life raft 600 yards from the enemy shoreline. Gordon landed yet again, pulling six more airmen aboard while taking on heavy fire. "His plane was seriously overweight by the time he finished," said Stephan McAteer, executive director of the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History in Little Rock. "He just did not want to leave anyone there because if they had been captured, they would have faced almost certain death." Gordon flew his aircraft to Finschhafen, a port in northern New Guinea. "I hadn't thought about what I was doing," Gordon told the Kansas City Star in 2005. "I did what I had to do. And I was lucky to get out of it." In nominating him for the nation's highest military honor http://www.cmohs.org, his superiors cited Gordon for "exceptional daring, personal valor and incomparable airmanship under most perilous conditions." Gordon also received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his service in the Pacific. Family members said Gordon didn't speak much about his military service. However, until his final days, he would tell anyone who asked about the rescue mission in the Bismarck Sea that brought him national acclaim, his nephew said. "He would always tear up," Allen Gordon said. On his return to Arkansas, friends persuaded him to run for lieutenant governor. The Democrat entered office in 1947 and held the position for 20 years, serving under Gov. Orval Faubus during the 1957 Little Rock Central High School desegregation crisis. "He pretty well kept his head down and didn't take part in it to any great extent," said Roy Reed, a former Arkansas Gazette reporter who covered the crisis and later wrote a book on Faubus. Gordon left office in 1967, the same year as Faubus, and returned to practicing law. He retired in 1992, and three years later his wife of 50 years died. They had no children...Associated Press, From the Associated Press September 10, 2008..." Contributed by BURGESS, Richard R. rburgess@navyleague.org [11SEP2008]

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Memorial Picture "...GOREK, John Frank...In remembrance of my father, John Gorek, I am posting this in his name. AMM3 John Frank Gorek served with CASU's 23 and 25 during WW II and also aboard the U.S.S. Lake Champlain, CV39. Anyone having served with or having any knowledge of my Dad during those service periods, please contact me...Steve Gorek sjgorek@att.net..." [21APR2005]

Memorial Picture "...GORMAN, John E...It is with extreme sadness that I inform you that another one who served with you has passed away. John E. Gorman of Huron [VP-110], Ohio passed away on Oct 25th, 2000. Upon going home to be with Dad just before he died, I couldn't help but be taken aback by all of the items in his computer room that were from that glorious and sad era of human history. From pictures of B-24's to letters from some of you he had received over the past year or so. He was always eager to tell of the Dunkswell web page, to share his pride and maybe tell someone of the time spent there. So with his passing, I thank all of you who responded to Dad's E-mails, for he relished the spent with you both then and now. God bless your generation and Thank you...Charlie Gorman cegdad@aol.com..." [31OCT2000]

Memorial Picture "...GOTSCH, AME Robert David...My deceased husband, Robert David Gotsch, was a AME with VU-10 from February 1964 to February 1965 at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He served in the US Navy for 13 years until he was medically discharged. He alway had fond memories of his days at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and years in the service. I have a Zippo lighter that has an engraved image of "The Leeward Pointer" on it. Can anyone tell me the significance of this image so I can tell his grandson. Thanks...Shirley Gotsch gotschas@charter.net..." [25JAN2007]

Memorial Picture "...GOTT, David...My brother, David Gott, served aboard VP-17 as an Acoustic Operator stationed at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1983 to 1887. He passed away 10/09/08. God bless his soul and those whom he knew. Arthur Gott a.gott2@verizon.net..." [10OCT2008]

Memorial Picture "...GOTTSHALL, AZC (AW/NAC) Jay...Jay R. Gottshall (NAMTD 1012 NAS Moffett Field, California (support puke) 71-75, VF-24 NAS Miramar, California / USS Constellation 75-77, VR-52 NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 77-81, VR-48 NAF Andrews, Maryland 81-87, back to VR-52 in 87) died suddenly at home on July 28, 2006 in Hatboro, PA. He was 52. He had retired as an ZZC in 1992. He is survived by his wife and 6 children. His funeral was held at the NAS Willow Grove chapel. He is to be buried on August 11, 2006 at Arlington National Cemetery..." Contributed by Mary Ellen White mewhite18@msn.com [06AUG2006]

Memorial Picture "...GOVEA, AOM2 Raymond R...Raymond Govea passed away on October 27, 2008. Raymond served with VPB-20 (Crew 9) in the South Pacific from 1944 to 1945. Thinking of you today on Veterans' Day - "Non sibi sed patriae" (Not self but country)..." Contributed by Jeff Saunders saunderj@yahoo.com [12NOV2010]


GOBEN, Hugh goben@yahoo.com "...I was a pilot in VP-23 in NAS Brunswick, Maine from 6/75 thru 6/78 then did a year as a T-28 Instructor. After active duty I was in VP-65 from 10/79 until 7/84 then transfered to VP-94 for a year. Job changes sent me back to VP-65 for two more years then back to VP-94 from 8/87 until 3/94 when they retired a group of us passed over LCDR's. For the last 14 years I have been flying P-3's for the U.S. Customs Service..." [11MAR98]

GOBER, AT2 Tom tjg0058@aol.com "...I was an AT-2 and a member of VW-4 from April 60 to July 62, stationed at NAS Jacksonville, Florida and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR..." [01OCT2001]

GODDARD, Carl lorenzo22@comcast.net "...I served in VP-18 NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1954 to 1958. I'm looking for any old (no pun intended) Shipmates that may have served during that timeframe..." [10JAN2005]

GODDARD, Glen L. gleng53@windstream.net "....I served with VP-1 from 1955 to 1959. We had P2V-5s and 5f's. I was in the "tweet" shop and flew as an Air Crewman. My ratings were ATAN to AT1. I was commissioned an Ensign as an Aviation LDO in 1964. My initial officer assignment was with VP-28 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1965 to 1968. I left the squadron as a LT and spent most of the rest of 36+ year career in the Light Attack community at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. I retired from NAVAIR in 1990 and returned to NE Florida to live. Would like to hear from any old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 21MAY2008 | E-Mail Upated 12FEB2005 | E-Mail Updated 13FEB2001 | 00XXX97]

GODSCHAW, AXC Louis "Lou" Retired godschaw@comcast.net "...I served with VP-11 from 1965 to 1967 as a P2 and P-3A ECM/Julie Operator, VP-10 from 1972 to 1975 as an IFT on CAC-1 and CAC-8, TSC/OPCON NS Roosevelt Roads, PR from 1977 to 1979 as Maintenance Staff and Watch Officer, Fleet Combat Training Center (FCTC) Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, VA., ASWOC School from 1979 to 1981 in Maintenance Staff, VP-9 from 1981 to 1984 as the Electronic Shop Chief and Maintenance Control Chief and Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Support Office (AIMSO) from 1984 to retirement in 1986..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09JAN2010 | E-Mail Updated 08DEC2001 | 01NOV98]

GODSIL, Steve rtr6211@aol.com "...I was in VP-49 from 79-82. I would like to hear from my old runnin buddies..." [23MAR99]

GOEDKE, ADR3 Don dgoedke@bellsouth.net "...I served with VAW-33 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island 1966 to 1968. I was a Plane Captain and worked in Power Plants for the A-1 and C1-A A/C. Went on most of the DET in that time frame..." [07OCT2009]

GOETHALS, AE3 Robert (Bob) bobsignguy@sbcglobal.net "...AE-3 Flight crew Super Connies out of NAS Atsugi, Japan from 1963 to June 1966. Also detached to most of the carriers that were on Yankee and Delta stations in the tonkin gulf. Seen a lot and learned a lot..." [19JUN2007]

GOEHLER, Desiree (now Kooiker) K9Kooikies@aol.com "...Things have changed from being in VP-5 (90-96), I now work for Clay Co. and have become more relaxed, yes it is true it can happen. I just want to say thank you to my old Shipmates that understood me and took me for who I was and am now, and to the ones I went off on, well you may have needed it (just kidding) thank you too. I am blessed to have known all of you and would love to hear from all (Kef Kef Kef)..." [02SEP2001]

GOEHNER, AZ1 John M. Retired johngoehner@live.com "...I enlisted in the Navy in July 1970. After boot camp in NAS North Island, San Diego, California and AZ "A" School in NAS Millington, Tennessee, I transferred to VR-30 in NAS Alameda, California where I worked in Maintenance Control. In 1975 I transferred to VP-26 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. In 1978 I transferred to NAF Washington, D.C. co-located on NAF Andrews, Maryland where I first worked the 1900-0700 shift as AOOD in the Quarterdeck for 3 months, then maintaining engine logbooks and the technical library in the Engine Shop, and finally in Maintenance Control. I was discharged on 5 Jan 1980 and returned to Illinois. On 31 Mar 1980 I was hired as a civilian Military Personnel Specialist for the 932 Aeromedical Airlift Group (Air Force Reserve) at Scott AFB IL. In July 1982 I enlisted as a fulltime Air Reserve Technician (ART) at the rank of TSgt (E-6). I retired in 2005 from both the Air Force Reserve and Civil Service having worked 19 years in Personnel and my last 6 years as a Communications Specialist (Networking/Computers). I now reside in O'Fallon Illinois..." [E-Mail Updated 08AUG2009 | 26JUL2006]

GOERS, Roger roggoers@aol.com "...I was with VP-22 from 1957 to may of 1959. Was inNAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, Kwajlien, Australia and NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I was the radioman with Crew #3..." [15APR2007]

GOFF, AO2 Alan R. agoff@spb.swfpac.navy.mil "...I served with VP-19. I would be interested in talking to my old Shipmates..." [21APR2003]

GOFF, Bryan bmgoff@sbcglobal.net "...USN 1986-90 P-3c USNR 1990-95 P-3b/c AW2 SS-1 - I was trained in VP-30 on the east coast but ended up in VP-19 on the west coast. I did a short "tour" in VP-44 as an observer while I was in VP-30. I had the time of my life in NAS Misawa, Japan in 89...saw NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, the NS Sangley Point, Philippines and Korea and got to play with REAL subs. I got out in 1990 and went to college but stayed in the reserves in VP-92 where I got to see some east coast ports like NS Rota, Spain and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Most of the real bad guys were gone by then but I still loved it. In 1995 the squadron moved to Maine a little too far for me. I got out and I miss it but at least I can still tell sea stories. I would love to hear from any old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 13MAY2007 | E-Mail Updated 31JUL2002 | 26APR99]

GOFF, ADR3 Maurice E. Jr. tingmayuk@gci.net "...I served with VP-42 from 1965 to 1966 as an ADR3 AC Crew 9. I have seen three Shipmates in the intervening years. Don Trine Crew 12, Jim koteas Crew 12, and LT Tom Hitchcock Crew 9. Tom was flying for Western at the time, Don was a fireman in Battlecreek, MI. and Jim was living in Los Angles. RB 9 is on the side of SEA OTTER GLACIER west of JUNEAU AK. Me? I'm bending wrenches on DC-6's for NORTHERN AIR CARGO. Time flies when you have to work for a living. Any news, contacts, etc. let me know..." [E-Mail Updated 28JUL2004 | 06SEP98]

GOFORTH, Roy Retired rbbugbite@aol.com "...Graduated Pre-flight Class 24-57, choose multi-engine, finished flight school with time in T-34, SNJ,T-28, SNB, S2F-1, P2V-3, P2V-2, and P4M-1. Joined VP-19 March '57 while deployed in NAS Iwakuni, Japan in P2V-7 June 16 '57, a VQ aircraft was attacked, crew mambers wounded, one engine out, our Crew 7 went out and escorted them to an airfield, landed safely. Copilot was Vince Anania, father-in-law to 2004 Vice Present canidate John Edwards. Discharged from active duty July 62. Joined VS in NAS Norfolk, Virginia April 63 and retired with 23 years for retirement. Living in Fayetteville, NC..." [27NOV2004]

GOGGIN, Bob Deadeye321@aol.com "...Stationed with VP-1 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington 1969 cruise and change homeport to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. In Hawaii 30 days and was run over by a car. After medical hold transfered to VP-6 and deployed to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. In VP-6 when we set one in the bay due to dry cleaning solvent in the alcohol assist. VP-23 from 1974 to 1976. I am looking for a Wayne G. Fields, YNSN that was in VP-1..." [19JUL99]

GOHEEN, ATN3 Jim jtneehog@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-2 from October 1963 to August 1965. I Was an ATN3. I was in the crash of YC-9 in the spring of 1964 in NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I was flying with Mike Munzs crew..." [E-Mail Updated 19FEB2006 | 11JUN99]

GOKEY, William M. wgokey1@twcny.rr.com "...I served with VP-17 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from May of 1968 to January 1972. We made deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, NS Sangley Point, Philippines and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand in support of the War. Shared a home on the North Shore with 3 other members. Would like to hear from my old buds..." [02MAY2009]

GOLANT, Steve sgolant@yahoo.com "...Would love to hear from any of you old salts and former party animals from VP-1 circa 1980-1983..." [23DEC2002]

GOLD, AMH Chris meeeko63@hotmail.com "...I served with VQ-1 (1984-1988) with Detachments aboard the USS Midway (CV-41) and USS Enterprise (CVN 65)..." [15MAY2012]

GOLD, Herb h.gold@verizon.net "...I served with VC-62 from 1951 to 1955 at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Jacksonville, Florida and abord the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)..." [E-Mail Updated 31MAR2010 | 15SEP2005]

GOLD, Ken goldkr@aol.com "...Despite having spent my entire post VP-45, post-university life in the computer industry (first with IBM for 10 years and then with several software companies in international market development). I just today (4-13-00) learned of this page and of the several others devoted to my old squadron and to seaplanes in general. I'm interested in getting re-acquainted with any of the great crew from VP-45 while we were based in NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone in the 1954-1956 timeframe. I was an AT (radio and radar and ECM) on 1-Boat for most of my time in the squadron. I was left behind in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in September 1956 when we were on the verge of being reassigned to NAS Bermuda. All of my memories of VP-45 are good ones, and I would relish the possibility of meeting any of the old group..." [13APR2000]

GOLDBERG, Gary N. (Goldie) garyngoldberg@yahoo.com "...I served with VS-38 during 1971 and 1972 and was attached to the U.S.S. Ticonderoga CVS-14. Prior to that I was in VS-41 the Training Squadron. I am very interested in contacting my old Shipmates, so please send me your e-mail addresses. Thanks..." [21MAY2006]

GOLDEN, AE2 Bruce mollynmoe@optonline.net "...I served with VP-48 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1970 to 1971 as an AE2. We deployed to the Philippines twice..." [18MAY2007]

GOLDING, Charles G. cggolding@aol.com "...I served with VP-48 (04/1965-03/1967)..." [02SEP2013]

GOLDEN, AT2(NAC/AW) Darrin E. dgldn@insightbb.com "...I served with VP-60 from 88-92 as both a TAR and then SELRES. I was on CAC-5 "The Warlords of the Pacific" as an IFT and eventually "dual qualling" as an FCO. I would be interested in hearing from any of my old Cobra Shipmates. I really miss being a part of the VP community..." [E-Mail Updated 14AUG2007 | E-Mail Updated 17MAR2001 | 15MAR99]

GOLDEN, AXC James A. Retired j1mgolden@comcast.net "...I enlisted in the Navy in July 1955, was in VF-21 and aboard the U.S.S. Bennington (CVA-20), after Boot Camp, AN-P School, AT-A School until May 1957, VX-6 from May 1957 until July 1959, VX-1 from May 1960 until May 1963, VP-10 from February 1964 until April 1967, FAETU Det NAS Brunswick, Mainek from April 1967 until 1970, NAVMACLANT from 1970 until 1972, VS-32 from 1972 until 1973 and NAMTD 1036 NAS North Island, San Diego, California until I retired in July 1975, as an AXC. That rating has since been retired, as well. November 16, 1966 was the highlight of my VP-10 career, when I got promoted to CPO, although being on P-3A CAC-11 offered more excitement..." [23MAY2009]

GOLDEN, John R. {GOLDIE} john-linda@mindspring.com "...In VP-23 '78-81 then to ASWOC Bermuda, Rota..."

GOLEMBIOWSKI, CWO Ron Retired Rgolembiow@aol.com "...P-3A/B Navy NAMTRAGRU 1011/1012 Instructor 1961 to 1966, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and NAS Moffett Field, California. Maintenance Chief- NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan 1966 to 1969 in support of P-3 ASW Operations. Would like to see the NAMTRAGRU ASW trining contingent as part of the VPNavy community. Thanks..." [25OCT2001]

GOLDENPENNY, MSC Gus Retired ggoldenp@mindspring.com "...I would like to locate old Shipmates. I served in VP-1 from 1965 - 1971 Went from P2V to P-3 From NAS Whidbey Island, Washington to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, 4 tours in Viet Nam,Was a CS3 when I arrived and CS1 on leaving. I flew every other day on Yankee station could sit Aft Station and Radar. Cooked for all the crews I flew with. Honorary member of VP-4 would love to find some of those guys..." [E-Mail Updated 26MAR2002 | 20OCT98]

GOLDENSTEIN, AME2 George W. gwgoldensteina10@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-49 (05/1964-06/1966) with deployments to NAS Bermuda, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, and NAS Adak, Alaska and Weapons System Test (WST) Squadron at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 16JUL2013 | E-Mail Updated 26DEC2001 | 17MAY2000]

GOLDSTEIN, Chris cmgoldstein@yahoo.com "...Served in VP-40 from 1995 to 1997, making the Deigo and NAS Misawa, Japan deployments. I'm lookin for others that were with the Marlins at that time, especially AOC Tim Carter, AE1 John Blas, and NCC Chris DeMay..." [15JUL99]

GOLDICK, Stan SGOLDICK@AOL.COM "...I served with VP-11 from 1952-1954. I was with the squadron in NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada Vieqes PR and Malta. We were based in NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and NAS Brunswick, Maine. I was an AN Aviation Machinist Mate. The years in the outfit were the best in my life. Would love to hear from some of my buddies..." [16AUG2002]

GOMEZ, Angel gomez151@cox.net "...I served with VP-10 from 1990-1998. I'm currently living in Tucson, AZ. I'm just trying to see if any Mechs are still out there..." [31DEC2008]

GOMEZ gangel@nadn.navy.mil "...Sir Paco is alive and well. VP-26 83-87; VP-10 90-99. Just want to say Hi to all those Lancers. Yes I'm one of those plankowners..." [08DEC99]

GOMPERTS, Bob (Gomp) rgomp@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VW-11 NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from December 1962 to June 1965. I'm interested in contacting anyone who remembers me or has pictures of the squadron. I served on Crew 4 with Captain Coonan and Bunce (BTW Captain Bunce lives here in San Diego and I had a few conversations with him over the past decade). I'm also interested in contacting any of the civilians I may have known while stationed there. I used to spend a lot of time in St Johns and if anyone remembers this time feel free to write..." [E-Mail Updated 14JAN2004 | E-Mail/BIO Updated | 09JUN98]

GONGRE, Caey L. gongre@peoplescom.net "...I reported to VP-94 at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana in December 1969. I was born & raised in LA. so I was familar with NO. Worked with some great guys on the line. After 5 really great years and good friends I retired with 20 taking my wife back home to East Texas. She said NO MORE mesquitoes in December - Yippee..." [13APR2010]

GONYON, Tony QKSTNG@aol.com "...Served VP-56 from Feb83 to Oct88!! Known as Gizmo!! Then VP-30 from Oct88 to Dec91 then NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (TSC) from Mar-91 till Nov 92 then VP-45 from Nov92 till 96 then retired from VP-30 thanks to TERA! Miss everyone!!..." [25MAY99]

GONZALES, RM3 Frank lisa@acworthpoolsinc.com "...I served with VP-49 from March 1966 thru May 1968. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [06SEP2009]

GONZALES, John jonzales@netzero.com "...I served with VP-49 (1975-1978) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NAS Bermuda and NAS Key West, Florida..." [22JUN2012]

GONZALEZ, Bruce "Big Daddy" 104704.1661@compuserve.com "...I was a Radioman (RM2) attached to VQ-1 NAS, Agana, Guam, Circa 1974 thru 1978. I thought VQ-1 was Disestablished, good to see the squadron is still "doing its thing."..."

GOOCH, Tony tony@goochfam.org "...I was in VP-50 from Nov 1979 through Mar 1983 as an IFT originally on crew one and finishing on Bear Trap Crew 10 "Low Rider" "Y Que" named by "Speedy"...after a failed nose gear landing in NAS Adak, Alaska...the Bear Trap bird was 158930...Speedy was the Sensor 4 AWS operator...man I miss those days...anyone with contact info...please pass my name...also...I was on one of the planes in the four bird formation...that was taken at the request of "Cmdr Bushong" over Point Magu after a mining run..." [E-Mail Updated 05AUG2004 | 10NOV97]

GOOCHER, AOCS Joe Retired sthp45@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 (05/1968-11/1973), VP-10 (03/1974-03/1978), VP-44 (07/1983-06/1985) and CPW-5 (06/1985-11/1989). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 06OCT2013 | E-Mail Updated 28FEB2001 | 07MAY99]

GOOD, AO2 Alfred H. purporchid@verizon.net "...I served with VP-49 (03/1956-09/1958) at NAS Bermuda and VAH-9 (10/1958-05/1959) at NAS Sanford, Florida. While serving with VP-49 - I was assigned to Crew-1 (The Old Man's Boat) and flew with CPO ED Renwick (Plane captain), AL Randall (Radio), Don Porter (Radar), Jim Wilburn (Metalsmith), D. A. Monds (Electrician), "Rusty" Barr (Radio) And Al Aponick (Crew Chief). We were first on scene to search for survivors (SEE: In Memorial for VP-49 lost friends November 9th, 1956). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 03JUL2013 | 10JAN99]

GOOD, CDR Dale S. Retired dmagood@cox.net "...I served with VP-53 at NAAF/NAF Port of Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies during WW2. I am 94 years old and dont't remember what I had for breakfast but remember VP-53 very well. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [29MAR2012]

GOOD, JOHN W. JGOOD@TWA.COM "...VP-5 A0-3 LA-11 AND LA-3 3/58 TO 9/61 - STATIONED AT NAS Jacksonville, Florida DEPLOYED TO NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Sigonella, Sicily , NS Rota, Spain, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, AND LONDONDERRY IRELAND(GREAT TIME). MY CREW(E3) WENT DOWN IN NAS Keflavik, Iceland JAN 1962, 4 MONTHS AFTER MY DISCHARGE. AM HUNTING A MAD FOX LOGO PATCH, ETC. AND ANY FORMER VP-5 FOLKS FROM MY ERA. THANKS YOU..." [18SEP98]

GOODALE, ATC Bud Retired ROUNDER29@aol.com "...Served with VP-11 from 1954 to 1956 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and NAS Brunswick, Maine. I served as Radioman in Crew HB5 (P2V-5)..." [05MAR2000]

GOODELL, Billie N. Shipmate Pix ...Circa 2006 goodkemp@aol.com "...I joined the Navy at 17 and attended Boot Camp (Platoon 56) at NS Norfolk, Virginia followed by Aviation Machinist school. I reported to VP-83 in May 1941. VP-83 was flying PBY's. After training we departed for NAF Natal, Brazil (June 1942) and returned to NAS Norfolk, Virginia (May 1943). We exchanged our PBY's for PB6Y-1 and formed VPB-107. I reported to NAS Hutchinson, Kansas for Combat Aircrewman School. We formed a crew known as M68. After graduation we were sent to VPB-197 NAAS Camp Kearny, California. We arrived June 1945 to train for VPB-109 on Okinawa, Japan. We deployed July 1945 for VPB-200 at NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii for additional training. I left VPB-200 for VPB-109 August 1945. They were disestablishing VPB-109 and reassigned us to NAS Alameda, California (December 1945). I was then assigned to VPB-197 NAAS Camp Kearny, California. VPB-197 was disestablished April 1946. I was assigned to FAETUPAC NAAS Ream Field, San Ysidro, California. I was then assigned to BTU 2 NAAS Corry Field, Pensacola, Florida (January 1950). I then reported to VR-24 Det 1 NAF Naples, Italy (July 1955). I reported to VPB-16 NAS Jacksonville, Florida December 1959 until retired in September 1962. Along the way I collected a Combat Aircrew Wings, Distinguished Flying Cross, Presidential Unit Citation with Star, Good Conduct Medal with Four Stars American Defense with Star, American Campaign, European African Mid Eastern Campaign Asiatic Pacific Campaign, World War II, and the Occupation Medal Europe and American Defense. After retirement, I got on civilian job at the Naval Air Rework Facility as a Production Controller where I retired after 18 years. I now live in Pleasant Grove, Alabama and enjoying life. I would love to hear from any former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 25OCT2006 | E-Mail Updated 08MAR2005 | 27MAR99]

GOODER, AE Ted a85riv@q.com "...I served with VP-19 from 1961 to 1964 out of NAS Alameda, California and NAS Moffett Field, California..." [E-Mail Updated 08SEP2010 | 13JUN2010]

GOODMAN, Barry barry@goodwins.com "...Hello, I was in VP-4 1981-84, VP-31 84-88, VAQ-33 88-91 and HC-16 91-94..." WebSite: http://goodwins.com/barry.htm [14APR98]

GOODMAN, LCDR Clarke Retired clarke.goodman@gmail.com "...I was an AW2 in VP-1 Crew 3 from December 1966 through August 1970. Made the transition to P-3's then left the squadron following the NAS Iwakuni, Japan deployment. Went to FASOTRAGRUPAC NAS Moffett Field, California as an instructor then NESEP and eventually retired as LCDR (1110, Surface line) in 1990. Would like to hear from old VP-1 Crew 3 Crewmembers..." [E-Mail Updated 31OCT2005 | 09OCT2003]

GOODMAN, AWCS Edward E. (Ed) Retired Shipmate Pix edinsea@hotmail.com "...Greetings to all the Shipmates I've been privileged to serve with over the years. I'd enjoy hearing from any and all. I joined the Navy in December of 1960. Upon completion of recruit training in San Diego I attended Aviation Electronics "A" school at NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee as an ATS, a rating that later combined with others to become AX. While there I was also a member of the "Flying Rifles" Navy drill team. I was then assigned to VP-47 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, flying as crew 9's Panel Operator in P5M, later SP5B, aircraft BUNO: 135474. We deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines in 1964 and the memories are as fresh today as then. What a wonderful place. My enlistment was up at end of the deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines in 1964; I left the service only to rejoin in 1966 and be assigned to VP-22 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, first as a groundpounder then as a member of crew 10. I became a plank owner in the AW rating in 1968 but then transferred to NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee once again to attend AVI "B" school, a condition of my reenlistment contract. My next assignment was to ASCAC at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. The command decommissioned during my tour of duty and I transferred to ASCAC in COMASWGRU-3 aboard USS Hornet then USS Ticonderoga. From February 1974 until November 1977 I was assigned to VP-17 Crew 11 flying P-3's out of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. While there I held assignments in QA, as instructor in NATOPS, then as AW division chief. Next I "vanished" into the unknown for awhile (1977 to 1982) while attached to NMPC S/D components. I finished my active duty career in 1985 while assigned to staff of CTF-67, homeported in NAF Naples, Italy. I made many a good friend while working with the VP squadrons who inchopped into the Mediterranean as well as staff from NS Rota, Spain, NAS Sigonella, Sicily and Souda Bay, Crete. I would like very much to hear from anyone who was there. I currently reside in Olympia, WA and work in Seattle, at least until years end when I retire once again..." [PIX Updated 29SEP2013 | 27APR2004]

GOODMAN, Jay vs33issm@vs33.nasni.navy.mil "...VP-47 from 83-85. Former AX3, now working Vikings at NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [10AUG98]

GOODMAN, LT Maurice Jr Retired RiceGood21@aol.com "...I was a PPC in VPB-25 when I returned from service in the Philippines..." [03APR98]

GOODMAN, Paul "Goody" prgoodman@roadrunner.com "...I served with VP-8 from 1980 to 1982. I worked in the AE Shop, line and some other stuff. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 13OCT2011 | 06MAR2009]

GOODWIN, Gil ggoodwin@nirpc.org "...I served with FASRON-102 in late 1957 and most of 1958. I worked for LT Donahue in the Personnel and Training Office (I was black-shoe Navy). I spent the balance of my tour on two destroyers (USS Saufley (EDDE-465) and USS Sarsfield (DDE-837)). My wife and I took the bus tour of the Norfolk base last year. The bus took us over to NAS Norfolk, Virginia as well as the main base. The hanger and barrack was as I remember it with only a few changes. This was my first trip back in many years and I really enjoyed the tour..." [18JUL2002]

GOODWIN, AE2 Jim goodylhs@yahoo.com "...I served with VW-1 (1961-1962) at NAS Agana, Guam and VP-17 (03/1963-08/1964) with a deployment to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. I worked in the Electric Shop and worked mostly nights. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 11JAN2014 | E-Mail Updated 13DEC2007 | E-Mail Updated 01APR2000 | 10FEB99]

GOODWIN, AMS3 William R. wgoodwin9278@gmail.com "...I served with VP-16 (1986-1989) with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Bermuda..." [20NOV2010]

GOODWYN, CAPTAIN Richard W. http://www.nctskef.navy.mil/CFK/leaders.html "...Captain Richard W. Goodwyn graduated from the University of Delaware in 1979 with a degree in Biology. After working at DuPont for two years, he entered the Aviation Officer Candidate Program in Pensacola, Florida and was commissioned an Ensign on 2 July 1981. Captain Goodwyn entered flight training in August 1981 and after tours in VT-3 and VT-31 he was designated a Naval Aviator on 2 July 1982. After completing P-3 flight training at VP-30, he reported to VP-56 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida, where he completed deployments to NS Rota, Spain; NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal; NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. While in VP-56, he served as PR/AME branch officer, Aviation Safety Officer and Pilot Training Officer. In October 1986, he was selected for instructor duty at the P-3 Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS), VP-30. During his tour, he served as Quality Assurance Officer, Pilot Training Officer and CNAL NATOPS Evaluator. In 1989, he reported to the USS AMERICA (CV-66) as the Assistant Navigator and deployed to the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea and Persian Gulf, in support of Operation DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM. During this tour he earned his Surface Warfare Officer, Officer of the Deck (Underway) and Command Duty Officer (Underway) qualifications. His next duty station was at Commander Naval Air Force Atlantic (COMNAVAIRLANT), where he served as the Flag Lieutenant from December 1991 to January 1993. Following P-3 refresher training, Captain Goodwyn reported to VP-5, in July 1993 for his Department Head tour where he served as Command Services Officer and Maintenance Officer. He also completed deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. In July 1995, Captain Goodwyn reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, in Washington DC, where he was the Carrier Placement Officer. While at BUPERS, he was selected for VP Operation Command. Following his tour at Bupers, he attended the Industrial College of the Armed Forces receiving a Masters of Science degree in National Resource Management. In June 1998, Captain Goodwyn reported to VP-10 in NAS Brunswick, Maine as the Executive Officer and then as Commanding Officer. During his tour, VP-10 completed a deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and participated in Operations ALLIED FORCE and NOBLE ANVIL during the Kosovo Conflict, recieved the Navy Unit Commendation Award, the COMNAVAIRLANT Battle "E" award, the AVCM Donald M. Neal "Golden Wrench" award for maintenance excellence, the CINCLANTFLT "Golden Anchor" award for retention excellence, and the Arnold J. Isbell Trophy for ASW excellence. Captain Goodwyn was next assigned to CPW/CPRW-11 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida, where he served as the Chief Staff Officer. Captain Goodwyn is currently assigned to Commander, Fleet Air Keflavik in Keflavik, Iceland, where he is the Chief of Staff..." [29JUN2003]

GOODWIN, CDR William (Bill) Retired goodman@frugal.com "...1973 Pilot assigned to VP-22 flying P-3A's, two deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan with Hong Kong & Bangkok R&R's . SAR with VP-69 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1973 to 1981 flying SP2H and the P-3A and P-3B. Retired as CDR in 1988. Worked for computer company in Portland Oregon 74 to 76, FAA Air Traffic Controller 76 to 78, Pilot for TransInternational Airlines in 1978, Boeing Computer Engineer 78 to 86, Pilot with PSA/USAirways 86 to present. Living in the Seattle area. Send me an email, I would very much like to hear from former Shipmates..." [16JAN2001]

GORDICK, AT3 Bob bgordick@windstream.net "...I served with NADU (1959-1961) working on various aircraft (including blimps). I left the Navy in 1961 and joined the USAF (1966-1993). My last AF short tour was in NAS Keflavik, Iceland working USAF F-15 fighters but I was able to get back to my roots with the P-3 squardron. About to retire again and become a triple dipper. Love to hear from some of my old Shipmates. Good luck to all..." [E-Mail Updated 20OCT2010 | E-Mail Updated 23DEC2006 | 04MAY2005]

GORDON, Calvin j173943@verizon.net "...I served with VP-66 (1994-1995). However, I drilled with VP-66 for my two week cruise's out of Binhamton, NY from 1980 to 1990. I retired from the reserves in March of 1996. I worked with some good people..." [27FEB2012]

GORDON, Douglas A. dndgordon@dc.rr.com "...I served with VP-143 and VP-148 (1945-1946) at MCBH Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii as Master-At-Arms..." [22MAR2014]

GORDON, Gene deegene@comcast.net "...I served with VX-1 (1949-1952) at NAS Boca Chica, Florida prior to discharge from the Navy. Is there anyone from that era who would be ready for a Reunion? Anyone who was a member of the squadron Basketball teams of l949-50, 1950-5l or 1951-52? I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [16OCT2010]

GORDON, AW1 Robert J. "Gordo" flash4163@bellsouth.net "...VP-50 1986-1990 Crews 1 and 6. Happy to hear from any and all old Shipmates. Living in South Carolina and working for the State Department of Education..." {E-Mail/BIO Updated 25AUG2006]

GORE, ADR1 Steele S. (Sam) Retired ssgore@tds.net "...I was in FASRON-11 from 1954 thru 1957. I worked on night shift check crew. Later I was the flight line PO. Would like to hear from anyone from that era. I flew as a flight engineer on R-7s EC121Ks and AP2H aircraft . The AP2H was the only one I was in combat on. The only one left is in Tucson, Arizona...I served in Vietnam with a gunship squadron called VAH-21. We had P2Vs converted to AP2Hs. Only had three planes but we raised Hell with Charlie at night ! Not many people have heard of us. We took a lot of fire and took a lot of hits. We did a lot of damage to the enemy. We had 20mms in the tail, M-60s at both rear hatches, 40MM grenades that fired thru closed bomb bay doors, SU-11 pods under both wings, 500 lb and Napalmn bombs on both wings..." [E-Mail Updated 18APR2006 | BIO Updated 03APR2002 | 11APR2000]

GORE, LCDR William P. "Bill" Retired williampgore@att.net "...I served with VP-23 (NFO) from 1976 to 1979. I flew with Crew-2 (Navigator), Crew-6 (TACCO) and Crew-9 (TACCO). I also served with VXN-8 from 1986 to 1989 as Maintenance Officer, for the most part..." [E-Mail Updated 30JUN2009 | E-Mail Updated 23JAN2004 | E-Mail Updated 18AUG2000 | 29MAR98]

GOREE, ATNAN Mike mtg@ms.metrocast.net "...I served with VT-25 (1970-1973) at NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas. I also worked with the UPWARD Race Relations Training Program until my separation from active duty..." [14JAN2011]

GORGONE, ADJ3 Anthony P. tonygorgone@ymail.com "...I served with VP-11 (09/1962-10/1963) at NAS Brunswick, Maine. I worked in the Mechanic Shop and flew with Crew-11..." [05MAY2012]

GORLOW, Tony tgor@mac.com "...I started flying P-3's (BUNO: 148883) in 1972 at NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania while also flying the NC-121K (BUNO: 148883). Went thru IFT training at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1973, then back to NAS Jacksonville, Florida (after VW-4, WC-121N's, 1968 -70)) and to VP-56 (lovely NAS Sigonella, Sicily!!!). Spent a couple of years there. Then to VP-30. I'm the IFT (and one of the first qualified in them (Update II's), on the pictures of BUNO: 160292 and all those pictures over Hgr 1000. At one time I was qualified in 4 types P-3A , P-3B,, P-3C (NUD and Update II) and P-3A. Then on to the CNO Support Detachment, flying BUNO: 149676. Spent 7 years there all over the world. Then on to NAVAIR where ultimately I was the P-3C Logistics Manager (helped managed the Update III program). Left there and on to a new career, still in aviation (program manager at the FAA). Loved the P-3, have beaucoup lot of hours and experiences. Wouldn't trade them for the world..." [24JUN2009]

GORMAN, Jeffrey A. jaggcmi@juno.com "...VP-44: 1979-1982, VX-1 1982-1984, VP-93 1985-1994..." [10JAN2000]

GORMAN, John E. Grumpyjohn@AOL.Com "...I was in VP-110 1944/1945 VE day at Dunkeswell, Crew#1 April 45 Lt. Burris crew..." [18JUN98]

GORMAN, ATC Paul Retired vw55@gmpexpress.net "...I was an IFT with VP-47 Crew 8 from 1982 to 1985, IFT Instructor and CNAP Evaluator with VP-31 from 1986 to 1989, IFT with VP-4 Crew 11 from 1990 to 1993 and retired as ATC with Force Warfare at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1997. I have been working as a System Safety Engineer on the V-22 and H-1 Upgrades programs. Would love to hear from fellow Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 12JUL2004 | 05JAN2002]

GORMAN, Wayne wayne.gorman@baesystems.com "...I served with VW-15 form 1956 to 1959. I saw the first WV-2 aircraft the day it arrived at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland BUNO: 141310. I saw online that this plane was the one lost with all crew members. It was lost off the Azores no trace was ever found. My recollections was that the one lost was BUNO: 141314. I am probably wrong but I don't think so. Perhaps someone else has a comment. We were the crew who racked the lower radome off in a snowstorm while leaving NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. The timeframe was 1957/1958. I would like to hear from other Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 24MAR2004 | 23MAR2004]

GORRINGE, Gordon G. c/o His Daughter Sandra Oxender sandra.oxender@gte.net "...My father, Gordon G. Gorringe, was a member of VPB-17. He served in the South Pacific during WWII and is searching for fellow squadron crews..." [21NOV2002]

GORT, Ryan argort@netzero.com "...I served with VP-90 from 1990 to 1993. What a great squadron. To bad we were disestablished. CAN DO!..." [17NOV2006]

GORTON, Walter wgorton@pioneeris.net "...I would like to receive information on Bombing Squadron VB-117. On June 6, 1944, there was a plane crash at Camp Kearney, CA. I was a survivor of that crash..." [01OCT99]

GOSA, AMCS Johnny M. "Mike" Retired jmgosa@hotmail.com "...I served with AIMD at NAS Jacksonville, Florida (1967), VP-45 (1970-1971), VP-48 (1971-1973) at NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-19 (1984-1987), VT-23, VT-24, VT-31, VR-24, VRC-30, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, CTW3 Staff at NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas and retired in 1991..." [E-Mail Updated 02MAY2013 | 20JUN2003]

GOSCHKE, Erwin "...VP-17/VAHM-10 Mr. Erwin Goschke, 486 Skyhill Ct, Chula Vista, CA 91910-6431, 619-482-8556..." http://www.warships1.com/reunion_airgroup.htm [21DEC98]

GOSHORN, Don vprep@daccess.net "...VP-18 P2V7s 61-63, VP-30 IFT instructor 65-67 P-3A/B/C, VP-45 67-70 P-3A/B, VP-30 70-75 P-3C, WST/OFT Tech (civil service) 2F69D, 14B44, 2F87T, 14B35..NAESU Rep VP-5..VP-62 P-3C UDIII..presently with LSI on the P-3 AIP birds in tech pub creation..." [BIO Updated 15AUG98]

GOSNELL, ATN2 Bob patron46.radio@startmail.com "...I served with VP-46 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California (flew aboard the P5M-1), AT "A" School at NAS Millington, Tennessee (1960), VP-31, VP-42 (flew aboard the P5M-2), FAW-14 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California (taught P5M Power Panel/Radio Operator School) until my discharge (31AUG62). My best friends were Gary D. Schmidt from LaCrosse KN, (Harold) Wayne Abney from AZ and Marc Drake from Seal Beach, CA..." [E-Mail Updated 13MAR2014 | E-Mail Updated 12JAN2011 | E-Mail Updated 23DEC2005 | 20DEC2005]

GOSNELL, Ed egosnell@home.com "...Was LTJG (Aviation Maintenance Duty), Material Control Officer in VP-6, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1982-85. Did 2 deployments to WestPac, mainly Cubi but dets to NSF Diego Garcia and Midway. Would like to hear from Shipmates from those days, especially groundpounders. Am especially interested getting in touch with LT Barbara Henderson, Air Intel officer at Barbers Pt at this period. Barbie was in a VP squadron, perhaps VP-1 or VP-4, can't recall. She was from Pennsylvania. Would also like to hear from AK1 Levene "Smitty" Smith or other AK's. Am now (again) a probation officer in San Diego, CA..." [02FEB99]

GOSS, Ernie ernieg@creighton.edu "...I served with VP-45 from 1965 to 1968 (NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada and NAS Jacksonville, Florida). I would be interested in hearing from former Shipmates..." [18AUG2003]

GOSS, Pete prgoss@gwi.net "...VP-10 66/69 Blackshoe RM - Switched to Aviation Wonderful (AW)in 68 - ASCAC NAS Sigonella, Sicily 69/70 - VP-30 71/76 - NAVFAC Eleuthera, Bahamas 76/78 - VP-8 78/80 - NavElexDet, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 78/80 - ComPatWing 1 det NSF Diego Garcia 82/83 - VP-10 83/85. Retired as an Aviation Wonderful (AW) chief but wish I was back deploying. Need some liberty..." [E-Mail Updated 21MAR2000 | 26NOV98]

GOSS, AWC Tom Retired jtgoss@aol.com "...On 03/31/98, I completed 25 years of "VP" Naval Service. Started out with VP-24, then on to CPW-11, VP-45, FASO NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-46, CPWP, and VP-4. To all the men and women who I have served with and met throughout my career, I would just like to say thank you for your support, professionalism, and friendship. If your ever in Reno or just want to chat, drop me an e-mail and we can talk about old times. Best of luck to all and fly safe!..." [19APR98]

GOTELAER, AO2 Paul "The Goat" pgotelaere@wowway.com "...I served with VP-93 for 14 years and retired from Detroit Police Department (DPD) in January 1994 (can't say i miss it cause i don't). I am now part time Bus Driver for Macomb County, Michigan driving three and four year olds. I have one daughter and still married (celebrated our 37th Wedding Aniversary)..." [08OCT2009]

GOTTSHALL, AZC (AW/NAC) Jay jay.r.gottshall@lmco.com "...Enlisted 12OCT70. NAMTD 1012 NAS Moffett Field, California (support puke) 71-75, VF-24 NAS Miramar, California / USS Constellation 75-77, VR-52 NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 77-81, VR-48 NAF Andrews, Maryland 81-87, back to VR-52 in 87 and retired in 92. Flight attendant on C-118B, C-131H, and Loadmaster on C-9B. The dumbest thing I ever did was retire. I sure would like to hear from any of my former Shipmates out there..." [Deceased 06AUG2006 | 30NOV2005]

GOUGH, John GoughJ@secondflt.navy.mil "...VP-44 1984-1988, PMTC 1988-1990, VQ-2 1991-1994, VQ-1 1994-1996. NFO on EP-3A, RP-3A, P-3C UII, EP-3E ARIES I and II. Now flying a desk at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [E-Mail Updated 29MAY2002 | 13JAN98]

GOUGH, CWO3 Paula Thompson Retired jgough@whidbey.net "...Formerly ISC Paula Thompson. Joined VP-24 in NAS Bermuda '88. Deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily ' 89 and NAS Keflavik, Iceland '91. OINC of the CROF supporting VQ-2 and Rivot Joint operations at Souda Bay, Crete from Nov '93 to June '95. Currently at VAQ-129 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I retired in June 1999. I'm currently as a defense contractor at Strike Fighter Weapons School in Oceana..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 23MAY2002 | 20MAY98]

GOURLEY, Dale A. "...I was stationed at NTS Farragut ID, VFOTU#5, HEDRON FAW7, HEDRON 8, VFOTU #4, HEDRON #5, VB-103. I would love to hear from anyone who might know the whereabouts of Bob Ackerman (Gentleman from Texas, was stationed with around '42, 43). I can be reached directly by mail at: Dale A. Gourley (253) 875-9150. Thanks, and looking forward to hearing from you!..." [19FEB98]

GOUSE, AW2(NAC/AW) SS3 Frederick goose875@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-9 as a AW2(NAC/AW) SS3. I left the Navy and now received a commission in the USAF. Miss the good times. Can you believe they actually gave me a plane with a gun on it. Either can I, so watchout..." [E-Mail Updated 25APR2004 | 12NOV2001]

GOVEA, AOM2 Raymond R. c/o Wenonah Govea coachie@sonic.net "...I served with VPB-20 (Crew 9) in the South Pacific from 1944 to 1945. I would like to contact any living Shipmates..." [20OCT2007]

GOWEN, AMHAN Joe ruhye@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-11 from 1989 to 1992 as an AMHAN. I would like to hear from anyone that remembers the good times we had..." [E-Mail Updated 22APR2007 | 04SEP2003]

GOYETTE, PN2 Normand normand.goyette@us.army.mil "...I served with VP-50 (02/1977-08/1979) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NAF Misawa, Japan and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan..." [05SEP2012]

GOYKE, AE1 Rich Onbass@aol.com "...I was attached to VP-90 from Feb 89 to Mar 93 and would like to hear from anyone who served with the "Lions" during that time..." [12MAR98]

GOZDUR AE2 E. J. rudzog@aol.com "...I served with VP-92..." [19JUN2008]

GOZRULAK, Lawrence F. Lgozrula@aol.com or gozrula@msn.com "...Served in VQ-3 NAS Agana, Guam from Oct75-Mar77. VP-91 from Apr77-Jul80. VP-68 from Jul80-Apr85. NARCEN NAS Moffett Field, California from Apr85-Jul87. VP-MAU NAS Moffett Field, California from Jul87-Oct91. VP-91 from Oct91-Feb94. HM-19/15 NAS Alameda, California Feb94-Feb95. VR-55 NAS Moffett Field, California from Feb95-Nov95. Retired AECS P-3 Flight Engineer..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 01FEB2002 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 09JAN2000 | 05MAR98]


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