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Memorial Picture "...JACKSON, ADR1 Don "Catfish"...My Dad, Don "Catfish" Jackson, served with VP-18 in late 1950 and 1960's. I think I was young anyway he passed in 1977 and I am longing for history regarding Daddy's Navy career. He served 25 years I remeber he was ADR1(?). I always remeber him saying I have been around the world 7 times and NAS Pensacola, Florida twice lol. Anybody serving with or knowing Don Catfish Jackson - I would be greatful to hear about from you. Thanks for keeping me and my family safe..." Contributed by Cheryl Jackson Mosley realestatejax@aol.com [06MAY2011]

Memorial Picture "...JACKSON, AL2 Francis A...Looking for information about AL2 Francis A. Jackson. He passed away in 1995 in Traverse City, Michigan. He was in VP-6 from February 1949 until December 1951. He was a crewmember in P2V-3W or P2V-3 Neptunes. Would like to hear from any of his flight crewmembers. I'm also looking for photos and memories of duty shared with him in NAS Atsugi, Japan, Tachikawa, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, or NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Sharing of any of this would be greatly appreciated...Al Hemstreet arhem@comcast.net..." [13SEP2005]

Memorial Picture "...JACKSON, AMSC (AW) Herbert E...On July 20th, 2011 AMSC(AW) Herbert E. Jackson was put to rest at sea. His wish was to be committed to the deep from one of his beloved P-3s. I along with a select crew aboard VQ-1 BUNO: 159512 flew over the Pacific where we released "The Chief". Chief JACKSON also spent many years with VP-65.." Contributed by JACKSON, AE2 Wesley P. wesley.p.jackson@navy.mil [BIO Updated 25JUL2011 | 22JUL2011]

Memorial Picture "...JACOBS, CDR Edward J...My Father, CDR Edward J Jacobs, Jr. went MIA 08-26-1967. At that time, Dad was serving with VAP-62 but was TDY to VAP-61. I would love to hear from anyone that served (or knew) my Dad. Thank you..." Contributed by Jeanie Cubin info@aphotomoment.com [09JUN2013]

Memorial Picture "...JAMISON, Robert "Jamie"...Just learned this evening that Robert "Jamie" Jamison, AX2, VP-48 from 66-69, passed away June 15, 2002. Jamie was a good friend, and he will be missed. We shared many stories and laughter together at the Mariner/Marlin Association Reunions. At the Tucson reunion he won a prize for being the youngest Seaplane Sailor in attendance..." Contributed by AX2 Lee (Andy) Anderson vp48sugarfox1@gmail.com [21AUG2002]

Memorial Picture "...JANEZIC, VICTOR, F...I am Victor F. Janezic's older brother. Vic ("Janno") is deceased. He died of a brain tumor in 1984 which I attribute to his exposure to the emissions from the transmitting attennas aboard the PB4Y1 and later from the traffic radar unit mounted on the left side of his patrol car. He was a police officer in Euclid, Ohio (suburb of Cleveland) for 27 years. I remember the mishap (ditching) off the coast of MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii on April 4, l945. I was assigned to CINCPAC/CINCPOA staff at Pearl Harbor at the time and I was able to see Vic a day, or so, later and I brought him some of my dungarees and white uniforms because he had lost everything when the plane went down. He and I wore the same size at the time. His daughter Carol Janezic lives in Kaneohe, HI at the present time and works for the Defense Investigative Agency. The next time VPB-123 has a Reunion I would like to be notified. I retired from the Navy in 1970 as LCDR and I live in the Washington, DC area (Prince William County, VA)...LCDR Louis A. Janezic, USN, Retired ljanezic@comcast.net..." [23MAY2002]

Memorial Picture "...JANUSCHEITIS, Anton...I am hoping to get some information. I am researching my uncle's military service for a family history. His name is Anton Januscheitis. He was trained as a gunner and Machinist Mate on Avengers. He was assigned to NAS Seattle, Washington, VS-1D13, which subsequently was stationed out of NAS Kodiak, Alaska. In July 1944 he was transferred to NAS Jacksonville, Florida, and ultimately ended-up with VSB-5, until his death in a crash 18 October 1944 in Indian River County in the Everglades by Fellsmere, FL. I would like to hear from any one who may have served with or in the same units as my uncle. I would also like some information for the squadron desinator VSB. I'm assuming it means fixed wing anti-submarine patrol and the B indicates bomber. Lastly, I can find no reference to the crash in which my uncle was killed. Any leads or suggestions would be most helpful. Thanks...Ken Williams ken_williams_@yahoo.com..." [13SEP2005]


JABLONOWSKI, PR1 Raymond rayjablonowski@charter.net "...I served with VP-30 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from April 1972 to February 1976 (TAD to AIMD most of the time) and VP-56 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from February 1976 to May 1979 (TAD to AIMD most of the time)..." [25APR2010]

JABLONSKI, Robert F. c/o Jeffrey Jablonski zonker70@hotmail.com "...My Father, Robert F. Jablonski, served with VPB-149. If their is anybody that can share information about my father during the war please e-mail me..." [20OCT2005]

JACKOLA, Mark jackola@prodigy.net "...I served in VP-24 from 1990 till we disestablished as a F.E. Those are the most fond years of my 20 years in the Navy. Any of you Batmen and Batwomen feel free to drop me a line..." [23MAY2001]

JACKSON, LCDR Andrew E. Ph.D. Retired p3cpilot@aol.com "....VP-6 ('76-'79), Ensign - Lieutenant. Qualified as Patrol Plane Navigator, Tactical Navigator, Tactical Coordiantor and Mission Commander. Flew with Crew 1 and Crew 11. Deployed to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Served as Electric Branch Officer, Nuclear Safety Officer, and Assistant Maintenannce Officer. Completed NFO to Pilot Transition in March 1982. Served with VP-45 ('82-'85). Lieutenant - Lieutenant Commander. Qualified as PP3P, PP2P, Patrol Plane Commander and Mission Commander. Flew with Crew 3 and Crew 12. Deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and NS Rota, Spain, Spain/Lajes, Azores. Served as Assistant Command Services Officer, Assisstant Admin Officer, Training Officer, and Tactics Officer. P-3 Update IV Project Officer Naval Air Development Center Warminster, PA. ('85-'87), S-3/SH-60 Project Manager - Naval Training Systems Center Orlando, Florida ('87-'88). Retired October 1988. Currently at Arizona State University in Aeronautical Management Technology Department..." [E-Mail Updated 30JUN2005 | 28MAY98]

JACKSON, AE2 Eddie oldinjin@frontier.com "...I served with VU-7 (1957-1960) at NAAS Brown Field, CA..." [22JAN2012]

JACKSON, AO2 David D. Jr. ddjaxn2@live.com "...I served aboard NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1979-1981), VP-9 (1981-1984) and currently in the Air National Guard (full-time)..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 11JAN2011 | 20APR98]

JACKSON, Don M. Jr. donjackson@cableone.net "...I served with VP-881 (1952-1956) with deployments to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. I was a Plane Captain and our Commanding Officer was George CHARNO..." [03AUG2013]

JACKSON, ATAN Gary p3orionvp46@yahoo.com "...I was an ATN flew as radio operator originally stationed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. First flights were is the P2V and P2V-7's then transitioned to the P-3A Orion. Then we were moved to NAS Moffett Field, California and toured at NAS Adak, Alaska for about 8 months. Also made nice visits to Shemia Island..." [ICQ #406155] [E-Mail Updated 10MAY2002 | 16AUG98]

JACKSON, AD2 G.W. "Action" gw_jackson@yahoo.com "...Hey any of you "Whalers." I served with VQ-1 "WestPac Whaling Co." from March 1980 to September 1982 and then again fm November 1985 to November 1988. I retired in December 1999. Anyone remember me?..." [11MAY99]

JACKMAN, Gary "Lee" gljackman@surfglobal.net "...Hello fellow Seahawks! I served with VP-23 from Feb. 1991-Aug. 1994 as a SS-3 on CAC-4. I'm still serving in the reserves and living in the Norfolk, VA. area. Hope you all are well and would love to hear from any of my fellow Seahawks..." [23JAN2005]

JACKSON, AE1 Gerald W. jkalopa2@aol.com "...I was stationed at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1959-1962. I was stationed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California on Coronodo island from 1962-1963 and then was stationed at NS Sangley Point, Philippines until October of 1964. Like to here from some old buddies. I was is VP-48..." [13JAN2005]

JACKSON, CDR Guy D. Shipmate PixCirca 2005 http://reserves.navy.mil/ "...CDR Guy D. Jackson, a native of Marietta, Georgia, received his commission from the United States Naval Academy in 1987. After basic aviation traing at NAS Pensacola and advanced navigator traing at Mather AFB, CA, he earned his Naval Flight Officer (NFO) wings in April 1989. He reported to NAS Jacksonville, Florida for Fleet replacement P-3C NFO training at VP-30; followed by his first Fleet tour with VP-45. At VP-45 he served as Assistant CMS Officer, Personnel Officer, AW Division Officer, NFO Training Officer, Instructor at the Navigator / Communicator (NAVCOMM) and Tactical Coordinator (TACCO) positions, and Training Department Head. Serving three years with VP-45, he deployed throughout the North Atlantic, Mediterranean Sea and Caribbean in the P-3C Update III. He returned to VP-30 as a Fleet Replacement Instructor in November 1992. While at "The Pro's Nest" he instructed in the P3C Update 2, Update 2.5 and Update 3. He also served as Aircrew Coordination Training (ACT) Officer, AE/AO Branch Officer and Instructor TACCO. In February 1995, CDR Jackson joined VP-62 leaving active duty service to pursue an MBA. He joined Coopers & Lybrand in 1996 working in the business assurance practice. In 1998 he took a position as Controller for a Caterpillar dealership. In 2001 he joined Southeast Atlantic Beverage as the Vice President of Finance and CFO. While serving in VP-62 he has held numerous billets including Assistant Operations Officer, AV/ARM Division Officer, Command Services Department Head, Administrative Officer, Maintenance Officer and Executive Assistant. In 1996, he was recognized by the Naval Reserve Association as the Jacksonville Area Naval Flight Officer of the Year. Commander Jackson has been designated Patrol Plane Tactical Coordinator, NAVCOMM Blue Card Evaluator, TACCO Blue Card Evaluator and Mission Commander. Commander Jackson was the Mission Commander for Combat Aircrew One, the first Reserve AIP crew and winner of the 2001 Liberty Bell ASW Excellence. He has participated in detachments to Iceland, Italy, Greece, Scotland, Australia, Panama, Ecuador, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Key West and Japan. His awards include the Navy Commendation Medal (two awards), the Navy Achievement Medal (three awards), and various other personal and unit awards and citations..." [16JUN2005]

JACKSON, Harry PHONE NUMBER: (410)617-5474 "...I served with VP-662 in VeitNam. I'm been active in Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 451 451 for over six years now. I am trying to get another squadron patch and have had no success. I am active in the Honor Guard and have just about worn my patch out. I don't think it will make it to another uniform. My patch is Neptune riding on a torpedo. Would appreciate any help..." [18NOV2002]

JACKSON, James E. nancyjackson9066@comcast.net "...I served with VP-6 (1969-1971)..." [E-Mail Updated 26OCT2012 | 13JUL2003]

JACKSON, MS2 Jerri jerri.jackson@navy.mil "...I served with VP-47 from 1989 to 1994. We were originally homeported at NAS Moffett Field, California then re-homeported to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I was then known as MS2 Parker. I am now retired and a disabled veteran. Wanting to re-establish friendships with Shipmates and see if I can get a copy of the NAS Adak, Alaska Deployment cruise book. The squadron was already deployed when I joined her. I now work as a civilian at NAS Fallon, Nevada. Hoping to hear from old friends..." [05FEB2004]

JACKSON, ATC John K. Retired cjjack@earthlink.net "...My husband, ATC John K. Jackson, was with VP-65, VFA-305, VX-4, all NAS Point Mugu, California. before that from 78-82 he was with VF-213 NAS Miramar, Ca. Before that was a bunch of tech schools and bootcamp..." [25MAR99]

JACKSON, Johnny jcksnjj@att.net "...I served with VP-47 (1974-1978) as a IFT. A few of my follow Shipmates included Jack Bersto, Bob Smith, P.T. Smith, Fowler, Dennis Graff, Clark Heath, Testwede and LT Miller. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 08MAR2012 | E-Mail Updated 20MAR2007 | 08AUG2000]

JACKSON, ATC Ken Retired P3TRON@AOL.COM "...Did 20 years in P-3's VP-9 (64-66), VP-47 (68-69), VP-45 (70-74), VP-30 (75-76), VP-40 (77-80), and CPW-11(80-83). Retired in 83 as an ATC with over 7000 hours. Then played Tech Rep(TEX-REP) For VP-92, VP-94, VP-60, and VP-90. Love those P-3's. No greater feeling in the world than flying around with two spare engines. Love to Here from ya-all..." [13MAR98]

JACKSON, AWC Ken Retired Ken@score.com Shipmate Pix ...Circa 1964... "...ATS/AX/AW. VP-40 P5M2's 62-65, FAETUPAC Noris 66-69, VP-50 P3's 70-75, ASWOC/TSC Noris 75-78 COMASWWINGPAC, Navfac NAS Agana, Guam 78-80, TSC NAS Agana, Guam 80-83 CPW-1 Det Guam, ASWOC/TSC Noris 83-87 (Tad to CNAP as Asst CVASWM Mod Mgr) COMASWWINGPAC, Ret in 1987. Currently work at SoCal Offshore Range (SCORE) as Ops Analyst. Would like to hear from anyone remembering me..."

JACKSON, Randy randy0620@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VAW-113 from 1995 to 1999. If there is anyone out there that was there during those times drop me a line..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 21APR2008 | 04JAN2004]

JACKSON, AD1 (AW) Rodney F. underdognu@yahoo.com "...July 89 arrived to the Boomers (VP-48)as an AD3. When I Decommissioned with the Boomers I was an AD2 August 91. Alot of the Boomers knew me as "JACK", short for Jackson. If some of you Ex-Boomers are still out there, drop a few lines. It would be good to here from you!!..." [08MAY98]

JACKSON, Ron rjackson@myhome.net "...Lots of memories from this site! I spent time in Crew 4 of VP-48 from 1959-61 and toured Iwakuni and beautiful San Diego! Flew in the P5M's and had many an experience in them. Would be interested in hearing from anyone from that time and place..." [24MAR2000]

JACKSON, W. C. AFCM Jackson Retired wjacks9@bellsouth.net "...Its been many a year. I served in VP-2 from March 59-Dec63. I was right out of boot camp. Have a lot of memories of NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and my Couver runs. Even had good times in Alaska..." [17FEB2000]

JACKSON, YN3 Sharon Lee (Gilluly) lee_sharon2002@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-30 from approximately mid 1973 until Nov 1976 (seemed longer!) I started out at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland with the Training Department and was under CAPTAIN Gross and LCDR Dyer (I think those were the names). I went to YN "A" school on Orlando, FL on a returnable quota and came back to Student Control. The Squadron then moved to NAS Jacksonville, Florida and I was sent to supervise the new site while coordinating the shutting down of the old dusta. I subsequently got out and then re-upped going to CINCPACFLT in Hawaii, became a YN1 and then put in for LN, became an LN1 after school in Newport, RI was stationed NAS Seattle, Washington, then Navy JAG Washington, DC. When I got out I was married and my name is Sharon L. Jackson. I've been trying to find a very dear old friend who was the wife of a Navy member in a squadron at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Does anyone know a Diane Irene Hamel who still lives in FLA I believe. She was originally from NJ and her maiden name was Polish, I can't remember it. It was SOOOO great to VP-30 in print, I have many good memories from my days with the Airdale Navy (and really didn't like being with the "Blackshoes" or Brownshoes depending on your time in the Navy). Thanks for letting me write in..." [07FEB2004]

JACKSON, PS3 Sherry troublebingo@live.com "...I served aboard NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (1989-1990) working in the ASWOC shop. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [15JUL2013]

JACKSON, Winthrop (Win) winjack3@sbcglobal.net "...Assigned to VP-31 DETNORIS from May '69 to Jan '70, working on SP2E and SP2H aircraft. After decommissioning of this detachment, I stayed with about 90 other regular Navy personnel to train weekend warriors with the newly designated NARTD (later NARTU) NAS North Island, San Diego, California until December '70. Picked up MAD/Trail operator training and flew several times, although most missions were basic FAM or X-country flights for Army pilots. Some flights going as far as Florida. They sure took a long time at 175 knots cruise! But I enjoyed every minute of them. When not flying, and being a parachute rigger, I worked on survival equipment out of the paraloft inside the old seaplane hanger. Would enjoy hearing from other VP-31 DetNoris or NARTD/NARTU Shipmates from that period of time..." WebSite: http://winjack3.com/ [E-Mail Updated 09OCT2004 | URL Added 29JAN2002 | 26MAY2001]

JACKS, AT1 Ernest E. jacksernie@gmail.com "...I served with VP-931 (1951-1952) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with a deployment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska..." [16SEP2011]

JACOBS, AT3 Dan djacobs@regis.nashville.ihs.gov "...I served with VP-46 (1972-1974) at NAS Moffett Field, California. I was a airborne electronics tech/radio operator/crazy mohawk indian still alive looking for photos from WestPac deployments (haven't had a drink in 25 years!). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [23JAN2013]

JACOBS, Dan jake@capecodmouse.com "...Am a Navy vet of the fifties, having served with VR-24 at NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, VR-22 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia, and aboard the USS Valley Forge (CVS-45), which we have a web site for at http://capecodmouse.com/jacobs/dan. Fair Winds & Following Seas to All..." [08NOV2002]

JACOBS, CAPTAIN Francis T. "Ted" Retired tedjacobs@centurytel.net "...Wings of Gold on December 14, 1968, VT-3 (Instruction) at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida from January 1969 to December 1970, VP-44 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from September 1971 to December 1973 (1st LT, ORD, AV/WEPS & QA Div Off) with deployed to NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and NAS Bermuda, Naval Reserve VP-60 at NAS Glenview, Illinois from January 1974 to August 1982 (first P-3 in VP-60 still had my name on side from VP-44), Commanding Officer NR VP-4046 / VP-0122 from January 1983 to September 1984 (Last flight in P-3 September 19, 1984), Commanding Officer NR NAS Midway Island and Commanding Officer NR Mobile Maintenance Facility. I was recall to active duty, NMPC special projects for RADM Borda in 1990 and retired September 1993. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09JUN2010]

JACOBS, AO2 Henry T. jamaraven@aol.com "...I served with VP-24 from August 1955 through October 1957 at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. Served as Ordnanceman on P2V-6M's. Some were capable of carrying the "Bat" (hung from each wing) - a glide bomb and the "Petrel" an Air to Surface Missle, a jet powered guided torpedo carried on each wing. Was on deployment to RNAS Halfar, Malta, spring of 1956. Countries visited, New Foundland, Azores, French Morroco, Lisbon Portugal, Barcelona Spain, Marseilles France, Pisa Italy (14 days), Venice Italy, Naples Italy, Athens Greece (10 days), Izmir Turkey, Beirut Lebanon, Wheelus AFB Libya, and Munich Germany (Garmish-in Alps) AAlborg Denmark (14days). I was an AO2 when discharged in 1957..." [23FEB2002]

JACOBS, Herman wild1930@aol.com "...I server in VP-24 from 1949 untl 1952. We deployed all over the east cost from NS Roosevelt Roads, PR to BW Greenland also French Marroco and Malta. We toured most of the Med and Europe during the time I was there. I enlisted in the navy in 1947, server in VP-24, VF-74 and VF-41 before discharge in 1956. I was an AE1 and would like to hear from any one serving in those outfits. VP-24 was the greatest will always love it. Drop me a line..." [08JUL99]

JACOBS, CAPTAIN Joel H. http://boatcoach.tripod.com/flightline/id59.html "...Joel Jacobs, family originally settled near Athens, GA, prior to the Civil War, then migrated to Natchez, MS, later to New York, and finally to Chicago. NAVY HERITAGE: Joel has a been a Navy booster all his life. His father, served in both World Wars in the USCGR. His great grandfather, served in the Civil War on the side of the Confederacy. His father's cousin, Arnold Downing, was a Convoy Commodore in WW II. On Joel's mother's side, he is related to Harry Neumann, a member of the Hawaiian Island's Defense Committee during WW II, and a former commissioner of Honolulu's Police Department. His mother's brother also, Harry was one of the first pilots in the US Army Signal Corps during WW I. NAVAL TRAINING: Joel graduated from Admiral Farragut Academy, with a desire to attend the USNA. There he drilled as a Naval Reserve Seaman Apprentice with ZP-51 at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey. Regrettably, Jacobs couldn't get a vision waiver for admission, so he joined the Navy instead. After Boot Camp at USNTC Great Lakes, he was first assigned to the Boat House where he served as a harbor boat captain with a 0163 designator. Later, as a BM3, he transferred to the USS Mc Kean DDR 784. He was the honor graduate of the USNS Enlisted Advanced Seamanship School in San Diego. There Joel was recommended for a direct commission, and after passing the GED tests, he again failed the physical due to his eyesight. Very disappointed, he opted out, with a paid college education and flight training as a Korean G.I. benefit. Graduated, Tulane University, BBA with multiple Honors and awards, 1956. Joel did graduate work at Northwestern through 1958. BUSINESS and MARITIME BACKGROUND: From 1958 - 68, he worked for Volkswagen Mid-West Distributors, rising to the position of executive vice-president and general manager. Later, as president, CEO, of Imoco- Gateway Corp, which he co-founded, 1968 - 1978, Joel Jacobs built a listed conglomerate, with operations in heavy construction, chemicals, retailing, marine navigation and air transportation. During this period he also attained an Unlimited Oceans, Master license in the Merchant Marine. Concurrently, as president of Nautech Maritime Corporation, he introduced the NC-2 Navigation computer to the military, and served as a civilian member of the Naval Academy's Navigation Symposium Board, 1975-78. Joel also served as an editor of Bowiditch - NAV PUB 9, 1977 Edition. From NOV, 1978 thru JUN 1984, he served as managing director of Antilles Seatransport. AVIATION BACKGROUND: In 1969, After ten years of flying, and Flight Operations Management, Joel and his partner, Carl G. Schmidt, joined forces with eleven members of the Appleton, WI, community, all WWII military aviators, to found AIR WISCONSIN.. "Air Wille" as it was affectionately known, grew to be a certificated air carrier with a route structure from Omaha, NE to the West, New York, Laguardia on the East, and Indianapolis, IN, to the South. Its stock was traded on the NASDAQ. Captain Jacobs served as an officer, director, and member of its executive committee from 1969 through 1979. Later Air Wisconsin was acquired by United Airlines in a cash transaction. NAVAL MEMBERSHIPS: Joel is a life member of the U.S. Naval Institute, Navy League of the U.S., and the Association of Naval Aviation of which he is the founding commanding officer, and first president of McCampbell's Aces. He belongs to the Naval Order of the U.S. As a member of the Naval Academy Sailing Squadron since 1995, he has been active as a varsity offshore sailing coach in the Summers. In 1997, Captain Jacobs headed the NASS side of P-100. In 1999, he lead the Sailing Squadron's fund raising Campaign for re-habilitating the Robert Crown Center. Jacobs is proud he was designated an Honorary Airedale in the mid-'60's by CNATRA, and in 1998, an honorary member of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1959. Other memberships include the Tailhook Association, and the Silver Wings Fraternity. His writings, mainly on marine technical topics, have been published in hardcover and magazines. IN THE SUMMER, he resides with his wife of 30 years, Julie, in Annapolis, MD. The Jacobs cruise back and forth on their boat with the Seasons. Captain Jacobs spends much of his time at the Naval Academy while in Annapolis. The remainder of the year, they reside in Jupiter, FL..." [14JUL2003]

JACOBS, Mike (GROG) smjacobs@gte.net "...Was in VP-1 from 74-77. Trying to find out about the gang or members of Crew 7. I'd like to hear from ya'll..." [18JUL98]

JACOBS, Wayne (Jake) wjacobs123@aol.com "...I served with VP-10 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1968-1971. Looking for old Navy buddies - let me hear from ya'll!..." [18FEB2003]

JACOBSEN, Don KC1BD@aol.com "...1962-1963 at PAX River serving as crewmember (ATR-2) aboard both the P2V andP3A..."

JACOBSEN, Robert alyeska90_95@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-23 (1956-1959)..." [22NOV2013]

JACOBSEN, ADR1 Robert Jake Retired alyeska90_95@hotmail.com "...Looking for anyone who went to South America with VP-11 On UNITUS 2. I believe it was 1959 or 1960. We had a great time. Sure would like to talk to some of you guys..." [25NOV2001]

JACOBSON, ATC Clyde "Chief Jake" Retired clydejacobson@comcast.net "...I served with VR-21 (1967-1970), VP-31 (1971-1975), VP-46 (1976-1979), NAS Moffett Field, California AIMD (1980-1983), VP-19 (1983-1986) with trips to NAS Millington, Tennessee for the best Electronics Training int the world! I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [21DEC2016]

JACON, Stan stanjacon@wulfsden.com "...I was with VP-45 from August 1962 to May 1965. Crewed on both P5Ms, Crew 7, and on the P-3As, crew 8. Have some great memories of the people in the squadron at the time. I have a copy of VP-45 "62-63", and had good time finding faces to match the guys showing up on this site. Good memories!..." [12FEB2000]

JAIME, AZ2 Lola J. lwagner@bwhousehold.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1978 to 1982 and Recruit Company Commander from 1982 to 1984. I am proud to say my son is an AD serving with VQ-2 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [10JUL2010]

JAKOSITZ, Joe irjo@iserve.net "...Reading Log makes me realize how really long ago my 1951-52, VP-24 service was. I had been discharged only about a month and was returning from an interview at Georgetown U. on the Penn. RR. A man got on at Phil. and sat next to me. As he opened his newspaper I noted a story headlined " Phil. sailor killed in aircrash." It was the story of HA-7 and I believe the sailor was a young AL on the crew. I also believe that VP-24's Personnel Officer, a really good guy, was PPC on 7. I think I remember Bahto, since I was also from NJ. I like your site and found it thru USNA Class of 64 Homepage. Would like to here from any circa 1949-52, Service Test & VP-24 Shipmates..." [24APR99]

JAKUBUWSKI, David ralj98@msn.com "...I was assigned to VC-1 from 1986 to 1988 as an AOAN. I was redesignated to ASM-3 in 1988. I would love to hear from some old Shipmates, AD1 chester Yates, LCDR Mozo, LT Deb Manley, PH2 Pete, and any others that see this message. Very sorry to hear NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii closed. I have a whole lot of memories there..." [09MAR2000]

JAMES jzob@adelphia.net "...I was an AMH/AMS at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii in 1983-1985 with VQ-3. Was at Millington Tenn in 1882-1983 for my school, then NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Would love to hear from anyone from that squadron..." [24SEP2001]

JAMES, AT2 Clyde C. ccjames1@verizon.net "...I served in VP-1 on NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from early 1952 until my discharge in September 1954. I left the squadron with a rating of AT2. I flew in Crew 4 in 1952. Our PPC was LCDR Dunbar Lawson and in 1953 was assigned to Crew 1 under CDR I.D. Quillin. We had the P2V-5 plane. Our overseas tours were NAS Atsugi, Japan and at NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan..." [26NOV2007]

JAMES, AK2 David "Jesse" rtqbcj6@ripleycable.net "...I served with VP-67 (1968-1971) and worked in the NARTU Comptroller Office. While we were there there was a Senior Chief killed after walking into a turning prop. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [07DEC2014]

JAMES, AK2 David W. ildatjj@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17. We were at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii for training in 1970 when one of our Chiefs died after walking into a prop on a P2. I would like to contact other Shipmates who remember this..." [22DEC2011]

JAMES, LCDR H. Wynne wynne.james@hwjlaw.com "...I served with VP-5 (1968-1972) with deployments to NAS Bermuda (1969), NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1970) and NS Rota, Spain (1971) flying as a TACCO principally with crew PPC and CO Big George Barker and VP-62 (1972-1975). I survived both squadrons with Shipmate Jerry Kivett..." [16MAR2016]

JAMES, Henry R. "Kimo" hoonanea@hawaii.rr.com "...I served with VR-21 from 1971 to 1977, VP-50 from 1981 to 1985 and VP-22 from 1988 to 1991. Aloha to all..." [31JUL2004]

JAMES, Melvin madgee@ev1.net "...I was in Burmada in the late 50's and early 60's in VP-45 and would like to find some of the old members of the unit just to see what they are doing..." [26JAN2000]

JAMES, Robert JanJa@ev1.net "...I served with VP-23 from 1964-1966. I was stationed in NAS Brunswick, Maine, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, Key West, Fl. and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I have lost a lot of my memory because of sickness. I was asked for names of some of the other members there to aid in getting assistance with my problems (they said they had lost my records but I don't remember). Can you help me? Thank you..." [11AUG2002]

JAMES, ADR1(AC) Tedder Retired oilking30276@aol.com "...I started my Navy life with VT-31 Line Division Training PO and flying P/C. Sure would like to find AD2 Johnny Jett and thanks to ADR1 Washington for my start..." [27JAN2002]

JAMES, AMS3 Tom E. z71driver94@hotmail.com "...I was stationed at NAS Atlanta, Georgia from 1972-1973. VP-62 was just leaving and VR-54 arrived. I transfered to VP-67 NAS Memphis, Tennessee in 1973 to late 74. I was in the sheetmetal shop but flew on what later became known as Ghost 5. I enjoyed P2's more than any other aircraft I ever flew on. The patch with the black and white eagle stabing the sub was the patch and tail emblem we used then..." [12JUL2002]

JAMES, Whitmus tighowe@juno.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1966-1970 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. We flew P2s and I flew with crew 2. We transitioned to the P-3 and went to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I served with VP-31 from 1970-1972. 1972-1974 assigned to the ASCAC van/TSC at NAS Moffett Field, California. Worked as a civilian in the Bremerton Naval Shipyard 1974-1985. Worked for Bonneville Power Admin. 1985-1997. Retired in 1997. Would love to hear from any of the old Shipmates..." [16JAN2002]

JAMISON, RM2 Charles E. c/o Charles Jamison junojamison@hotmail.com "...My Dad, Charles E. Jamison, served with VJ-12 at NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii from 1945 to 1946. Following the war, Dad settled in Little Rock, Ark. Dad would like to hear from T. Thompson, P. Paragusa, McCartney and other former Shipmates..." [18JUN2011]

JAMESON, James G. "Jim" auntcecie1@centurytel.net "...I served with VP-7 (1964-1967) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NS Rota, Spain and NAS Souda Bay, Crete, Greece. I now live in Marshfield, Mo. and retired with 34 years from St Louis County Health Department. I've been married for 44 years to wife Cecily, 3 children and 2 grandchildren with another grandchild due in April. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [15JAN2011]

JAMISON, James N. (Jim) c/o of his son James A. Jamison jamison_james_a@LILLY.COM "...Served with VP-2 during 64-65 based at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Jim was jezebel operator and radio operator on Crew 12 (P-2 Neptune). He is currently living in his hometown of Indiana, PA. He has two sons, James, 29 and Jason, 24. Jason is currently in advanced flight school at NAS Corpus Christi and will get his wings to fly the P-3 Orion in July..." [06JAN98]

JAMISON, John B. Jr. jheroj@aol.com "...I was in VP-8 from May 1962 thru April 1966. I mostly worked on the line crew, as an AB, tho rated as an ADJ. I saw at least three CO's come and go, the loss of our plane off N.J. (the loss of my division officer, Fred Bell) many, many memories from back then and just wondering what became of everyone?..." [29OCT2000]

JAMISON, John W. pinstride@aol.com "...I served with VP-8 in the period 1955-57 with deployments including NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Frobisher Bay, Thule, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. Skippers were Lou Burnett and T. G. Doyle. I would love to hear directly from anyone who recognizes my name as a squadron mate..." [13JAN2001]

JAMISON, Robert Robertjami@aol.com "...I was in VP-48 from 1965 to 1969. Flew both the P5M and P-3. I didn't miss the nutcracker in the aft station in the P5M at all. I was a jez operator in Crew 3 on the P-3 and then Crew 1 and in the end Crew Alpha..." [04NOV2000]

JANACHOWSKI, John jjanacho@comcast.net "...I served with VP-90 (1989-1993)..." [13MAY2012]

JANECEK, AKC(AW) Randy Retired randyj37@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-66 (1983-1987) in Material Control w/c 050..." [28MAR2012]

JANES, AZ2 Mark mrjanes@cox.net "...I served with VP-31 from 1971 to 1974 NAS Moffett Field, California in Maintenance Control Logs & Records..." [22OCT2008]

JANISZEWSKI, David lahammer@tcnug.com"...My father was in the 7th Fleet Patrol Bombing Squadron VP 71 in WW II. His squadron patroled from Midway thru the Phillipines If you have any information about this squadron, he is trying to locate some of the men he served with. Thanks Dave..."

JANKORD, Emery (Deceased) c/o His Son Gregg Jankord greggs1950@yahoo.com "...My Dad was Emery Jankord, an Aviation Radioman 3rd, then 2nd Class. He was assigned to PW11 HEDRON at NAS DeLand, Florida in 1942, VB-131 NAS Boca Chica, Florida in 1943, VB-131 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in 1944, VPB-199 FAW-6 HEDRON NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in 1944, and VPB-200 FAW-2 MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii in 1945 to 1946. He and 5 of his buddies owned Harley Davidsons and while riding back to Kaneohe on the night of June 16th, 1946 he hit a car on a bridge near the Blow Hole and broke his leg, which ended his Navy career. I would like anyone that knew my Dad to contact me. He passed away unexpectedly in 1993 and I didn't ask all those questions I wanted answers for until he died. An help would be greatly appreciated. A good friend of Dad died on a flight that he was supposed to take, when the plane went down after takeoff. His last name was Gregg, whom I was named after. Any info about Dad or Gregg would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely..." [22AUG2002]

JANNIS, C. Paul User916360@aol.Com "...I served as an Ens. Air Navigator with VPB-114 during the period 1943-45 at sites NAS Norfolk, Virginia, NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, Port Lyautey, Gibraltar, Dunkeswell and the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. I had a recent message on answering machine that a Reunion is scheduled for August 29,1999 in Annapolis, Md. I would appreciate confirmation of the date and place from any Squadron member. I would like very much to attend and see some of the old Shipmates..." [10MAR99]

JANOUSEK, PRCM(AW) Jim Retired jimjanousek@usa.net "...I served with VP-1 from 1975 to 1979. Currently supporting PMA-202 / NAWCADPAX 4.6.1.2..." [05JAN99]

JANS, AMH1 Dennis Retired weyker@mail.oeonline.com "...Hello to all my former shipmates of VP-90. Keep in touch for the next reunion..."

JANSEN, AT2 Dave djansen203@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1987-1991 on CAC-9 Outlaws. I would like to hear from any former crew members. I had good times in NS Rota, Spain, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Pasko, were are you?..." [18APR2002]

JANUSZEWSKI, PN3 Jim "Ski" b00gityb00gity@aol.com "...I served with VAP-61 from May 1965 to April 1967. I worked in the Personel Office and Air Intelligence Office I have seen several familiar names including John Bagby and a few others. I was on the Australian, NS Subic Bay, Philippines, and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan deployments. I would be happy to hear from former Shipmates..." [14JUL2003]

JAQUYSH, Dorris Watson dvjaquysh@austin.rr.com "...I served with VT-29 from August 1969 to August 1970. CDR William Prosser was the CO and CDR Paul the XO. I worked in the ESO and Career Infomation Office next to the Personnel Office. VT-29 was the best time I had while on my tour of duty. Miss it to this day. Would love to hear from former Shipmates. I am retired as a Municipal Court Judge in Texas. Where are all the WAVES who served in VT-29? Judy Houston, Debbie Simmons, Susan Jones, Penny Haun and that longhaired, redheaded Ensign who watched over us all..." [30MAY2010]

JARBOE, Paul L. pjjarboe@ntslink.net "...I served from August 1958 until July 1960 those were some wonderful times. I left and went into the reserves and retired as MS 1 while on the rock I was a yeoman assigned to the mail room and flew on cdr. Hoyts crew 4...." [02NOV98]

JARDINE, Don C Vjard@aol.com "...I was in VB-103, 1943 1945. Would like to contact any one in crews A1 or B6. THE latter refers the plane numbers. Dunkeswell airbase near Honiton England. I am looking for members of my crew. Lt. Carles Willis Pilot. I will send more names later when I can compile them..."

JAROCKI, John J. john_jarocki_2000@yahoo.com "...I served with VPU-2 from November 1998 until March of 2000. Most of the time was fun, but working in ops had its moments, after CDR Simpson left. I changed jobs and went to become a SeaBee. One of the better things I had done. Currently I'm attending school working on a American History Degree with a minor in Political Science along with a Secondary Education Degree. I'm a Warrent in the National Guard in charge of the motorpool..." [17NOV2003]

JARRETT, AXCS Chris Retired bigredwing@hotmail.com "...I started my career in SH-3D Helo's back in 1969 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and did three years with the squadron on the USS Intrepid. Then I finally got smart and as an AX2 moved up to P-3C's and VP-30 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. When the Squadron moved to NAS Jacksonville, Florida I worked the night shift at VP-30 until 1976 when I moved over to VP-45. As a VP-45 Pellican I was "homegrown" into a Flight Tech on Crew 1 and ultimately took over Crew 9 as the tech. My next move was to the ASWOC at NAS Jacksonville, Florida which was and still is a component of CPW-11. There I made AXC and ran the ASWOC Maintenance shop. With that experience I transfered overseas to ASWOC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and had probably the best tour of my career. In 1986 I went to the Senior Enlisted Academy as an AXCS and my final duty station was at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland / St. Inigoes Maryland with SPAWAR supporting the TSC and MOCC programs. In 1989 I retired and I'm still at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland supporting SPAWAR and am employed by Eagan McAllister Associates. I look forward to hearing from any of my old Shipmates..." [15FEB2007]

JARVIS, AZ1 Alen Retired coolha25@cox.net "...I was an AZ with VP-24 from August 1981 to April 1986. I worked in First Lt, the Line, Maintenance Control, Maintenance Admin and deployed to NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and NAS Bermuda. Afer my tour as a BATMAN I transfer'd to NAS Memphis, Tennessee, where I made First Class Petty Officer. From there I transferred back to VP life, this with the Blue Dragons of VP-50 at NAS Moffett Field, California. In 1992 I transferred to HM-15 at NAS Alameda, California, from there to NAMTRAGRU DET NAS Miramar, California and from there to HSL-45 from Nov 1997 until retirement on 17 January 2003. I currently live in the San Diego community of Spring Valley, I am employed on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) as a W2k System Administrator and work at the San Diego Network Operations Center (NOC)..." [19AUG2003]

JARVIS, Alen J. bizz001@yahoo.com "...I was the data analyst at VP-50 from September 1989 until June 1992. I deployed with the squadron in November 1989. I was one of the last 15 people remaining in the end. I really missed being in that command and the people there. I have not been a part of a warmer more pleasant command since. I am still on active duty with 22 years of service, serving with HSL-45 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I really miss all of you guys..." [30APR2002]

JARVIS, Bruce smiley815@bellsouth.net "...I served with VW-11 (09/1957-09/1959) as a Radioman on Crew-7 and Crew-5. I have published a book titled "Willy Victor and 25 knothole." It is available on AMAZON.COM, KINDLE EDITION and BARNES AND NOBLE.COM. It is a chronicle of VW activities during that peirod. Hopefully this will bring back memories for many VW sailors and some fun reading for families..." [02NOV2012]

JASPER, CAPTAIN Scott Eric http://www.ccc.nps.navy.mil/people/jasper.asp "...Captain Jasper was born in Brunswick, Georgia and raised in Northern Virginia. He graduated in 1980 from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and was designated a Naval Flight Officer in December 1981. In July 1982, Captain Jasper reported for duty with VP-23 at NAS Brunswick, Maine, where he served as NFO Training Officer and Instructor TACCO. In November 1985, he transferred to VP-31, the west coast P-3C Fleet Replacement Squadron, where he was selected as COMNAVAIRPAC Primary NFO NATOPS Evaluator. During this tour he earned a Masters in Business Administration from San Jose State University. Captain Jasper reported to the USS ENTERPRISE in May 1988 for duty as Catapult and Arresting Gear Division Officer. He completed two deployments to the Indian and Pacific Oceans and qualified as Catapult and Arresting Gear Officer, Helicopter Control Officer and Conning Alongside Officer. In May 1990, Captain Jasper reported to OPNAV/BUPERS for assignment as Enlisted Community Manager for Aviation Mechanical Ratings. In April 1992, he transferred to VP-1 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii where he served as Aircraft Maintenance Officer. Captain Jasper reported to Commander, US Naval Forces Central Command and Commander, FIFTH Fleet in NSA Bahrain as Flag Secretary in August 1994. He graduated from the Naval War College in March 1997 with a Masters of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies prior to reporting for duty as Executive Officer of VP-4. Captain Jasper assumed Command of VP-4 in April 1997. He led his squadron in combat during Operation DESERT FOX and forward-deployment to FIFTH and SEVENTH Fleet with the new P-3C ASUW Improvement Program (AIP) aircraft. Captain Jasper transferred to Commander-in-Chief, US Pacific Command in April 1999 and served as the Deputy for Joint Experimentation. He reported aboard the Naval Postgraduate School in April 2002 and currently serves as the Associate Dean for the School of International Graduate Studies. Captain Jasper has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal with Two Gold Stars, Navy Commendation Medal with Gold Star and the Navy Achievement Medal with Gold Star in addition to various unit commendations and general awards..." [02JUL2003]

JAUDON, ATC Larry Retired lj0322@aol.com "...I served with VR-21 (1968-1969) as a Radio Operator..." [02JUN2012]

JAUS, CWO4 Fred "Dance with the Bear" fjaus@prime.net.sa "...Served with the "Q" from 67-69 and 83-86 as ELINT Analyst & A3 and EC-121 ELINT Op (CTT1) and then again as CWO4 as SECGRUDIVOFF. Don East was my "A" School instructor in P'cola. I couldn't shake the guy, he was there during both my tours. I still do the EW stuff (instructor for Royal Saudi Air Force). The hours and pay are better, but you guys were the best!..." [08SEP2001]

JAWORSKI, Ski c/o my son-in-law Steve Brager stevenbrager@sprintmail.com "...My name is Ski Jaworski and I was in VP-205 serving in the Pacific and Caribbean area. I'm looking for Shipmates who served with me from 1943 to 1949. If you know any of these fols please have them email my son-in-law Steve Brager and he'll contact me. Thank you for your time..." [29NOV98]

JAY, Charles cronista@hotmail.com "...I was an AT2 on RB2 and RB6 in VP-42 during 1957 until the end of 1959. Wore my fingers down tuning those ART-13's. Ninety pounds of radio that, on a good day with the trailing wire all the way out might put out 50 Watts! (One had to remember to wind that thing in, before landing... those 6 pounds of lead on the end could do some damage, and I don't know if I should repeat here some of the stories I've heard). Deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. (I think the CO was CDR Tolleson, not sure). Went to A & B schools in NAS Memphis, Tennessee, then assigned to NAS Kodiak, Alaska, finally to NAS North Island, San Diego, California where I stayed in VP-42 until discharged early in 1960. Went back to school, then to work for NASA. Now semi-retired in Phoenix. Would like to hear from people who were in the squadron at the same time I was. In NAS Kodiak, Alaska I flew Radio Operator on R5D's and UF's. Freight and SAR. There was a P2V ("two turnin' and two burnin'") Squadron there at the time, but I couldn't transfer into it. One ship from that squadron got shot down by the Russians in the mid '50s over the Bering Sea (well, they "said" that's where they were). NAS Kodiak, Alaska and all of the Territory of Alaska was a personal hell for me. Throw in NAS Adak, Alaska, Kiska, Shemya, Cold Bay, Afognak, Sitkinak, and all those god-forsaken rocks. Oh, and don't forget Attu! I have the utmost respect for those who served in those places without the opportunity to fly out like I had. But VP-42 back in the states and the P.I. gave me some the best memories of my life..." [E-Mail Updated 03JUN2000 | 21AUG99]

JAYCOX, David A. thebluezzman@gmail.com "... I served with VP-19 at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1962 to 1966. I made the NAS Adak, Alaska tour. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 14JUN2011 | E-Mail Updated 17DEC2007 | 10FEB2000]

JAZWIEC, ADR3 Michael tymbersong@hughes.net "...I served with VR-6 (1956-1958) at McGuire AFB, New Jersey and AirBarSRon-2 (1958-1959)..." [20NOV2012]


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