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Memorial Picture "...JENKINS, AM2 Ken...My father, Ken Jenkins, served with VPB-206..." Contributed by V. K. Inman, Lt. Col. USMC Retired inmanvk@sas.upenn.edu [09SEP2016]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...JENKINS, AVCM William H...William H. Jenkins passed away peacefully in his home Tuesday, March 7th following a long battle with cancer. Harvey was born in Washington, DC August 12, 1938 but resided the last 33 years in Orange Park having retired from a 30 year Naval Career. He is survived by his devoted wife, Elbreta (Al) Jenkins; daughters: Wendy and Kelley Jenkins; son, William and his wife, Jill and their sons: Fenn, Jack and Will Jenkins and their daughter, Meredith "Meri" and her husband, Robert Pyle and their daughter Erin and son William Pyle. He is also survived by his cousin, Linda Martin. He was a past Master of Orange Park Lodge #267 F&AM, a past Patron of Orange Park OES #226, and a member of the Middleburg Presbyterian Church. A viewing will be held Thursday, 6-8 PM on March 9th and funeral services will be held Friday, 11 AM, March 10th at HOLLY HILL FUNERAL HOME, 3601 Old Jennings Rd, Middleburg. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to OP Lodge #267 F&AM and Middleburg Presbyterian Church. AWCM Jenkins, a native of Washington D.C., began his naval career in September 1955 with tours of duty in VP-622, NAS Anacostia, Washington, D.C. and later VP-861 at NAS New York, New York. His next assignment included NAS Pensacola, Florida at "A" and "B" schools at NATTC Memphis, Tennessee and VP-8. He then served with the Federal German Naval Air Wing at FGNAS Nordholz, West Germany, where he earned designation as an ASW aircrewman in the BR-1150 Atlantic ASW aircraft. Following a tour with VP-30 he was transferred to the staff of Commander Fleet Air, Keflavik, Iceland, where he served as Tactical Support Center Watch Officer. He joined the USS Saratoga (CV-60) as ASW Watch Officer in 1974, following his tour with service on the staff of Commander Air ASW Wing One, Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. He reported to VP-24 in January 1980 and assumed the duties of Command Master Chief until June 1985 retiring with 30 years of Naval Service..." Contributed by Bruce Barney ibbarney@comcast.net [03APR2006]

Memorial Picture "...JENSEN, Oliver F...It is with sadness that I report to you that Oliver F. Jensen who was with VPB-26 and crewed a PBM during WWII passed away on October 20, 2012. His services are scheduled for 10:00am on 10/27/2012 at Youngs Funeral Home in El Dorado, Arkansas. Additional information is avialable on Rev. Oliver Francis Jensen..." Contributed by James Walls jwalls@lsuhsc.edu [27OCT2012]

JEAN, James kitchenman100@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (03/1967-07/1968)..." [11JUN2012]

JEFFERS, AD1(AW) Billie billybob9597@yahoo.com "...My first squadron was VP-17 from 1985-1988 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, VXN-8 from 1988-1991 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VP-8 from 1991-1995 NAS Brunswick, Maine, NAS Jacksonville, Florida AIMD Power Plants from 1995-1998, and VP-8 NAS Brunswick, Maine. I am now on my final tour of duty with VP-10 (currently on deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily). Have met some good friends in my 17 years in the Navy. If we served together in a squadron and you remember me - drop me a line. Remember "Mechs Rule."..." [E-Mail Updated 09SEP2003 | 07JUN2002]

JEFFERS, Pat (Chata) teeingindawinn@hotmail.com "...I served in VS-21 "The Fighting Red Tails" from 94-97 Anyone from that time give me a ring and we'll chat about trips to Roppongi..." [20OCT2001]

JEFFERS, AD1 Tom Retired aaronj@integrityonline2.com "...(1975-1979) VP-8. To Uncle Mikey Sabolek and all of the gang from the 1978 NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal Det. Ground pounders rule! I would also like to say greetings to everyone in the POWERPLANTS shop and to Admiral Dan our former maintence officer. Being a part of VP-8 was an experience that I still cherish. I am proud to have served in the U.S. NAVY as a VP-8 tiger..." [08NOV98]

JEFFERS, CDR William https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=1846 "...CDR William Jeffers, USN - NFL Number: 1846 - Date of Birth: 7/25/1919 - Date In: 2/18/1942 - Date Out: 6/30/1969 - City, State: Memphis, TN - School Attended: Kansas St. Teach's - Aircraft Flown: TBF/TBM, P2V-5, R4D, R5D, C118 - Ship or Unit: VC-41 and VP-1 - ComCruDiv 5 Staff - Pilot Desg.: Naval Aviator - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: WWII/Korea - Associations/Service Organizations: Assn. Naval Aviation - Ret. Officers Assn. - Nav Av Museum Fdn - Tailhook Assn. - Highest personal decoration or award: Air Medal (five) - Significant Achievements: - 206 CVE Landings; Flew China & Yellow Sea patrols, Korean War; Flew USAF (MAC) airplanes (manned by U.S. Navy crews 1958-1960). Patrol plane commander. In Memoriam? No..." [30NOV2005]

JEFFREY, CDR James D. "JJ" Retired vpflyr@cox.net "...I spent two tours at VP-48 (1981-1985 and 1989-1991). They form the fondest memories of my Navy career. It was great to see so many familiar "Boomer" and NASMF names. I wish you all well. I was also an instructor at VP-31 (1985-1987) and served briefly at COMPATWINGSPAC (1992-1993). I really miss the good times and great flying of the WestPac/ NAS Adak, Alaska /IO deployments and the at-home cycles at NAS Moffett Field, California too. ASW was great fun in the 1980s and I had the opportunity to fly with some of the very best. NAS Moffett Field, California was a great duty station. I truly miss the area, but not the traffic and housing prices!..." [08NOV2002]

JEFFREYS, Richard strawbos@charter.net "...I was a radioman/gunner in VD-1 on gaudelcanal from 1943 to 1944. Came back to the states and got in VPB-121 as radioman/gunner from 1944 to late 1945.would like to hear from anyone from either sqd..." [E-Mail Updated 24OCT2001 | 30OCT97]

JEFFRIES, ATN2 Doug djeffries@mysticsheets.com "...I served with VP-17 from May of 1966 to December 1967. Graduated from Western Wash. Univ. in 1971. Taught high school Mathematics for 22 years. Went to work in the corrugated paper industry 15 years ago and I am retiring at age 65 in 3 months. Would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [19DEC2009]

JEFFRIES, Roger jorojeff@yahoo.com "...I served at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas from 1952 through 1956. First with ATU-601 and then with ATU-614. Flew in P2V'2 and P2V'3 (the oldies). Went back to NAS Hutchinson, Kansas in 1980 and found it to be an indestrial park now. Is there any one else around from the NAS Hutchinson, Kansas days?..." [02AUG2003]

JELLISON, Joseph c/o His Son-In-Law Frank Gruber Francher13@aol.com "...Am doing research on VP-63 WW2. My father-in-law Joseph Jellison, Crew 15 served with VP-63 from 1942 until 1945. Would like to hear from his Shipmates. Also would like any information on books written about VP-63, especially anything written by Radm Curtis Hutchings. I have two of the squadrons books - "Along the Way" 1st Anniversary, and "Along the Way" 2nd Anniversary..." [04NOV2000]

JEMISON, AM2 Jim bigdaddyss@cox.net "...Served with VP-16 1955-1956, Deployed to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco 1955 and NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1956. Would like to hear from any old Shipmates. Also served with VC-35 1950-1952. VC-35 has a great Association and has a Reunion every year. Anyone interested may contact me at my email address..." [E-Mail Updated 28FEB2002 | BIO Updated 19OCT2001 | E-Mail Updated 12JUN99 | 20MAY98]

JENISCH, Gary J. cramave@aol.com "...I served with the Crazy Cats from concept to NAS North Island, San Diego, California to NAS Jacksonville, Florida to Marana to deployment in June 1967. I was discharged June 1968. Worked in the flight officers building running logbooks and scheduling flights and maintenance on birds. Now living in Inman, SC and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [14SEP2013]

JENKS, Larry Ljenksvp42sa6@aol.com "...Served with VP-42 from 1952 to 1954. I was assigned to aircraft SA6 as the Second OrdnancemanEnlisted Aug. 1951 (Minority Cruise) Boot Camp NTC San Diego, Co. 800, A & P school, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, rated AOAN Jun.1952 assigned VP-42 aircrewman SA 6. Deployed with squadron NAS Kodiak, Alaska for ASW and Shipping surveillance mission, rated AO3 Mid 1953. Upon squadron's return to NAS North Island, San Diego, California PBM5S2's replaced byP5M-1's, rated AO2 early 1954, separated regulars Jul. 1954, Honorably Discharged Aug. 1959..." [BIO Updated 05MAR2000 | 12FEB2000]

JENKINS, Carl Laddie c/o his son Bruce Jenkins bjenkins@clark.net "...Am looking for my Dad, Carl "Laddie" Jenkins. He served on PBY's in 1936-40'ish time frame in Patrol Squadron 10 in Hawaii. Looking for "Reunion" - He's around 80 years old so they're not a lot of them around...My last comment sound like I'm searching for my father. My father LIVES with me - I am performing this search of buddies OF my father who served with him in the late 30's. Thanks..." [27JUN98]

JENKINS, James W. (Jake The Snake) Retired jakeusn@getgoin.com "...In 1957 I was p/c on AD5W in VW-11 flying right seat as observer. Didn!t take long to decide one engine wasn!t enough. Volunteered for NAS Agana, Guam for something called a Willy Victor, had four engines, sounded good to me. As others have put it VW-3 from 1058-1960 was a great time for me. So good that after a few months in HU-1, I begged back into WILLY VICTORS and spent an exciting and gradifing career in VW-11 from 1960-1962. Served with VP-4 ADR-2 and worked in powerplant till 1966. Then onto VW-4 fom 1966-1969, PMR 1969-1973, VR-30 from 1973-1976, and then I retired. Anyone remembers Jake The Snake?..." [12SEP2001]

JENKINS, Ralph jenkinsralph@bellsouth.net "...Was in VP-68 when we were still flying P2 at NAF Andrews, Maryland then we made the move down to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland to P-3A. Would like to hear from any crew members who can remember that far back. LCDR "Hap" Peterson was my pilot..." [14FEB2009]

JENKINS, Mike jeannettej@iccas.com "...I was a member of VPB-123 stationed in Okanawa in 1945. I visitedmy good friend Terry Cassidy last month on Kona, Hawaii. I also taked to Kenny Sanford who was also in our squadron and who now is in Seattle, WA..." [04JUL2001]

JENKINS, AE2 Rees E. REESJ2@aol.com "...Joined VPML-1 Nov.47 at NAS Miramar as the sq. was still in the process of receiving new P2V2 aircraft. We left NAS Miramar for NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in Feb. of 48. At that time I was an AEM striker working for Chief "Red" Neil. He went on to become a WO. We made One deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska in 48, and at least two to NAS Kodiak, Alaska before the Korean thing started. At the time there were 3 VP Sqds. at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. VP-1, VP-4, and VP-6. We all left NAS Whidbey Island, Washington at the same time. VP-1 to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, VP-4 to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. and VP-6 to Tachikawa JP. I have several pictures of the aircraft as well as some of the people assigned to VP-1 back then. I left VP-1 in early 51 and joined FASRON-112 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I was an AE2 at that time. I would enjoy making contact with anyone that was a member of VP-1 during that time period..." [30SEP2001]

JENKINS, AO1 Robert c256@verizon.net "...I served with VP-4 (1969-1972) with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I flew with Crew-1 and Crew-2. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [26JUN2014]

JENNESS, AOMB1 Robert robertjenness@hotmail.com "...I served with VPB-20 and flew as a crew member. Our Commanding Officer was R.R. Harper. Our campaign's included NAB Morotai (11/8/44 to 11/21/44), Philippines Islands (11/21/44 to 7/16/45), Jinamoc Seaplane Base, San Pedro Bay, Leyte Gulf, Philippines (11/21/44 to 1/7/45), Lingayen Gulf (1/9/45 to 2/1/45), Mangarin Bay, Mindoro (2/12/45 to 3/7/45 and 3/7/45 to 4/25/45), Manila Bay (7/9/45 to 7/16/45) and Tawi Tawi Bay (4/25/45/ to 7/8/45). We participated in the landing and invasion of Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands. While based at Tawitawi Bay, the squadron covered the Tarakan, Brunei Bay and Balikpapen operation. My age as of November 18, 2009 will be 86 years. Here is a list of fellow crew members: LT(jg) T.G. Mulroy (PPC/1st Pilot), ENS G.R. Polski (Navigator), ENS R. Rogers, AMM2 G.A. Healy (Plane Captain), AMM2 G.B. Pickett (1st Mechanic), ARM2 E.D. Dake (1st Radio), ARM3 L.A. Toellner (2nd Radio), AOM3 M.H. Sexton (Ordnanceman), AOMB1 R.C. Jenness (Air Bomber), S2 Gun, L.L. Ott and S2 T.V. Mullens (Sea Gun)..." [28SEP2009]

JENNETTE, YN Steve nojenn53@aol.com "...I served with VP-44 from 1972-1974 as a Yeoman, in our Communications Department, headed by Lt Dean. I will always remember the fun we had deploying to NS Rota, Spain and NAS Bermuda....and the sadness of losing a crew that flew into the mountains one night. Would love to get back in touch with any former Golden Pelicans out there. Drop me a note. My kids are all in college now, so have time to live in the past again!..." [18OCT2005]


JENNINGS, YN3 Jimmy jenningsiii@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-56 (1982-1983) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [07FEB2017]

JENNINGS, AO2 Jim "Incoming" jjennings@jetservicecenter.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1984-1987 CAC-9 the Eveready Crew. Rrom 1987-1989 I was with AIMD NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. I then went to VP-46 (The Gray Knights) from 1989-1993. Served in Desert Storm 1 flying out of NSF Diego Garcia such a lovely place. After that I did a tour at MAWD (Medium Attack Weapons Det) in NAF El Centro, California. My last tour was AIMD Oceana VA Sea-op Det. I left active duty in 1999. I'm married and have 3 great kids Stephanie (15) Jennifer (14) and Ryan (12) I reside in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Out of all the places I've gone and seen my Time with the Blue Geese was by far the best. The aircrews and black shoes treated each other as equals and family. If anyone would like to drop a line or call my e-mail is or by phone at 772-519-6761..." [25MAY2006]

JENSEN, Alex dude100@email.msn.com "...I was in VP-19 Big Red from 1988-90, did 2 deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan, went to VP-68 Black Hawks 1991-93 became an AO aircrew instructor in P-3C's, went to VP-60 Cobras while attending UND from 1993-94 and decom. Later went on to reserve carrier unit CV-63 USS Kitty Hawk 1994-97, then went on to Navy Intel. JICPAC RIA-10 in Minneapolis, MN. Any old Shipmates don't hesistate to email me. CAC-7 kicks butt! Oh, yeah if you don't remember me I was that young blond punk holding the sonobouy in that book "Sub Busters: Countering the Submarine Threat (Osprey Aerospace Series)". AO1 over and out..." [26APR99]

JENSEN, BMC(SW) Jim Retired jboats7@yahoo.com "...Served aboard NAAS Crows Landing, California 1986-1990. Assigned to Base Security Division..." [11MAR2010]

JENSEN, CDR Leo R. "...13MAY46 - Commander Leo R. Jensen started his Naval career when he entered the Naval Academy on June 4, 1934. Upon graduation from the Academy on June 2, 1938, he was assigned to the U. S. S. Maryland, and remained aboard until 1939. He then served aboard the U. S. S. Tucker until September of 1940. In September 1940, Commander Jensen entered Flight Training at Pensacola, receiving his wings in April 1941. He was assigned to VP-12 (which was later changed to VP-24), until October 1943. In November 1943, he proceeded to NAS Jacksonville, Florida, where he was assigned to VPB-201 until July of 1945. In July 1945, Commander Jensen was ordered to NAS Hutchinson, Kansas, for one month training in PB4Y-2A's. In the latter part of August, he reported to Naval Air Station, Miami, Florida, for duty. He was attached to that station until November 1945, when he was ordered to duty at NAAS Camp Kearny, California. Commander Jensen reported aboard NAS Kodiak, Alaska, from NAAS Camp Kearny, California, in March 1946, where he relieved Commander A. L. Burgess, USN, as Commanding Officer of VPB-122..." [05JUL2003]

JENSEN, Scott scottjensen123@gmail.com "...I served with VP-31 and VP-19 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1968 to 1972..." [29MAY2010]

JENSEN, AEC(AW) Scott A. copper0@voicenet.com "...I'm updating my new e-mail address for all my former squadron mates from VP-60 1988 to 1992 and VP-90 1992 to 1994. I finally made back to a VP squadron at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I'm here at VP-66. I would really like to hear from all the Cobras and Lions from good old NAS Glenview, Illinois. And can you believe it I finally Made Chief!..." [E-Mail Updated 17AUG99 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 18OCT98 | 21OCT97]

JENSON, YN2 Judy Burks judy.walters@me.com "...I served with VP-31 (1973-1977) at NAS Moffett Field, California. I started off in 1973 working for the Pilot and Navigator Instructors on the third floor of the big hanger. I prepared all the instruction books for all the classes. I also had the opportunity to have been involved with the training of the Iranian crews with the P-3. I later worked in Instructional Development. I was just appointed to be the Brown County Veteran Service Officer in Ainsworth, NE. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 11OCT2013 | E-Mail Updated 18APR2002 | 29JAN99]

JENSON, Marvin L. peewee@aiinc.com "...I was stationed at NAS Weeksville, North Carolina in the late "50'S". We were also involved with ASW but with AirShips (blimps). Our squadron was ZP-1..." [25JUN98]

JENSON, Randall branrandjens@yahoo.com "...I served with VQ-1 from Mar 90 to Dec 94 and am currently stationed on NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I sure enjoyed my tour with the Q and am looking forward to giving it supply support again, hopefully soon. Known by most Maintenance Chiefs as "God Damn Jensen". And yes, my moto is still, "If it ain't tied down, there's an empty spot where it was." - You know, Mission before madness. Also worked with a few VQ-2/VPU-1/VPU-2 during DS/DS. Would like to hear from fellow "Q" mates..." [07DEC98]

JENSEN, Steve trident743@peoplepc.com "...I served proudly with VS-21 from 1966 through 1968. Deployed aboard the USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) for a Viet Nam WestPac. Based at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with boot camp at NTC San Diego, California. Please contact if attached to this squadron. I would love to organize a Reunion. Thanks..." [01DEC2001]

JENZEN, AWC Ken jenzenk@yahoo.com "...Served with VP-11 from 1993 to 1996, CPRW-10 from 1997 to 2000, VP-1 from 200 to 2004, FASOTRAGRULANT from 2005 to 2006 and currently serving with Naval Special Warfare Development Group..." [00XXX97 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 07NOV2007]

JEPPSON, Joel jjeppson@charter.net "...I was attached to VC-5 NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan as a "Stoof" pilot from 2/74 thru 7/75. Allot of trips to Taegu, Osan, Tainan, Taipei, NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Atsugi, Japan and of course NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. I was stationed at NAS Dallas, Texas from 8/81 thru 11/85. Spent the first 2 yrs. flying the C-12 and then 2 yrs. attached to VR-59. Endured 1 NAS Sigonella, Sicily Det. in Nov. '85..." [09FEB2007]

JERASA, CWO4 Ron "Gunner" Retired ron.jerasa@gmail.com "...I served with VP-6 (1974-1977), NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1977-1980), VP-44 (09/1980-12/1983), NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1983-1986), USS Independence (CV-62) (1986-1988), VC-10 (1988-1990) at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, AIMD NAS Oceana (1990-1992), USS John F. kennedy (CV-67) (1992-1994), USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) (1994-1996) and VF-11 (1996-1998). We are now living in Virginia Beach..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 13FEB2015 | 14JAN2001]

JERDEE, AW2 Andy "Odie" a.jerdee@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1983 to 1985 as a Radar Operator on Crew 2..." [25MAR2011]

JERDON, SCPO Henry P Retired c/o his son Steve Jerdon sjerdon1@luna.cas.usf.edu "...My father, SCPO Henry P. Jerdon (Retired), often reminisces with me about the days he was part of the Navy's Oceanographic Office, Washington D.C., and of the many missions he was a part of on board the infamous P-3 Orion. If anyone has information on how I might obtain a model of this airplane please contact me. Thanks!..." [27NOV98]

JERGER, Ron RonnieJer@aol.com "...I was in VP-48 between 1959 and 1962..." [13DEC2001]

JERNIGAN, Shannon (aka Ray) coderebel@msn.com "...I served from '63-82, VP-65 NAS Point Mugu, California, NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts, NAS Sand Point, NARTU NAS Miramar, USS AJAX, NavHosp Naples Italy, and NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Would like to hear from old Shipmates and long lost friends. Also on Navy Shooting Teams and would like to hear from them also..." [21MAR99]

JESSE, Karen (Sweeney) krsjesse@insightbb.com "...I was an AT3 in VP-1 from November 1990 to April 1993, then at AIMD NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from April 1993 to February 1994 when I reported to VP-47 February 1994 to March 1995. After my trip to Masirah/ NSF Diego Garcia and making AT2 with them, I transferred to AIMD NAS North Island, San Diego, California for my final tour. I got out in October 1997 and am currently attending college in Dayton, Ohio. I would love to hear from yall! I am now living outside of Louisville, Kentucky, going to Nursing school (far cry from Avionics!) and parenting my two kids, ages 6 and 9..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 22APR2003 | 22MAR99]

JESTER, AL2 Dick nadajes@cybertrails.com "...I had the privilege of serving as 1st Radioman on CC-4 of VP-44 in 1954 after two years aboard USS Coral Sea. While with VP-44 we made an overseas flight to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Reykavik, Milford Haven in Wales, then on to Taranto, Italy and back. We then made a Hurricane evacuation flight from NAS Norfolk, Virginia to NAS Jacksonville, Florida only to have the hurricane catch up with us there. I would like to touch base with any Shipmates of my era. Thanks..." [14MAY2000]

JEVENS, Lowell jfolks@execpc.com "...I was with VP-7 out of NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island before we deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland June, l956. Our squadron was in Iceland until December, l956. I was the squadron photographer (PH2) and went up with some of the crews to take photos of shipping, ice conditions, topography of Iceland, whale killing, etc. I took crew photos of all the men in front of their P2Vs. I flew mainly with Lt. Hardenburg and his crew on photo hops. I remember him as a great pilot and wonderful officer; his crew was a great bunch of guys, too. I wish I could talk to them again. VP-7 ended up in NAS Brunswick, Maine in December 1956..." [30MAY2000]

JEWELER, Frank frankfdj@ptialaska.net "...I was in vp from 1961 to 1977 VP-4 1961 , PV-9 1963 , NS Sangley Point, Philippines 1968 , VP-31 Key West 1970, and VP-9 1975..." [02NOV98]


JEWELL, Sam P. spjewell@yahoo.com "...I served with ATU-402 / VT-27 from NAAS Kingsville, Texas to NAAS New Iberia. Three years, left November 1962. Ordnance..." [15JAN2007]

JEWETT, YN3 R. E. abblou@earthlink.net "...I was a member of VP-11, NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and other areas, from 1952 to 1954. Anyone else out there that was in this squadron? Welcome replies..." [01JUL2001]

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