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Memorial Picture "...JOBES, Raymond "Ray"...On November 27, 2010 at age 75. He is survived by his wife Joan (Krause) Jobes; their children, Timothy (Darlene) Jobes, David (Clarinda) Jobes & Brenda (Jeff) Jobes; brother, Jeffrey (Barbara) Jobes; sister, Gloria (Jack) VanDusen; grandchildren, Melissa, Theresa & Jeremie Jobes, Clayton Knowlton, Morgan (Jim) Bischoff, Shawntel & Paul Gasser; 2 great grandchildren; brothers & sisters-in-law, Lois Reese, Edward (Dorothy) Krause, Robert (Michele) Krause & Ruth Jobes; many nieces, nephews & cousins A Veteran of the U.S. Navy who worked in the burglar & fire alarm business for over 40 years. Ray served with VP-16 (1955-1958), is a life member of the Kiwanis Club; an avid ham radio operator (WB2AFQ), who also enjoyed camping & photography. Ray was a licensed pilot and most recently was active volunteering with the Greater Rochester Soap Box Derby. Family and friends are invited to call on WEDNESDAY, 2-4 & 7-9 PM at Miller Funeral Homes (3325 Winton Road So.) Funeral services will be celebrated in the Interfaith Chapel at the funeral home on THURSDAY, 10 AM. Interment, Honeoye Falls Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit at Strong Memorial Hospital in his memory (Rochester Democrat And Chronicle (November 29, 2010)..." Contributed by Debbie Jobes jobes@voicenet.com [02FEB2014]

Memorial Picture "...JOENKS, AEC Eugene W...Chief JOENKS passed away on January 11th, 2012 at the Tucson Medical Center. He was buried at the National Cemetery at Fort Huachuca, AZ. He served in VP-31, VP-46 and VP-50..." Contributed by Mike Joenks mike_joenks@yahoo.com [15AUG2012]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSON, Master Chief Courtland R. "Corky"...Taken from Navy Times edition of October 8th, 2003 - Retired Master Chief Courtland R. "Corky" Johnson died May 23rd, 2003 in Fresno, CA. He was 74. Corky began his career in 1944 in the US Merchant Marine. Most of us remember him as the CMC of Patrol Wing Pacific, at NAS Moffett Field, California. I knew him. He was one of my many mentors in the Navy, that helped me to become a real Chief. I will miss him. He was a good man...M. P. Walsh papa2vctr@aol.com..." [15OCT2003]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSON, Earl V...Earl Vincent Johnson, born 28 December 1913 in Winthrop, Minn., enlisted in the Naval Reserve 31 August 1937 and began naval aviation the next year. He reported to Scouting Squadron 5 (VS-5) on board Yorktown (CV-5), 18 September 1939, and received a regular commission the following year. He was detached from the squadron in March 1942 and assigned to the ship's company. During the Battle of the Coral Sea from 4 to 8 May 1942, he flew with one of Yorktown's scouting squadrons, attacking Japanese shipping in Tulagi Harbor and carriers in the Coral Sea. Lieutenant (junior grade) Johnson was lost in aerial combat 8 May and awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism...http://www.navyhistory.com/DE/EarlVJohnson.html..." [10JUN2004]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSON, James L. "Jim"...I regret to report (notified by ADF2 Al Winfield) that James L. "Jim" Johnson passed away in 2011. Jim flew with VP-661 in the early 1950's..." Contributed by HOUCHENS, ADF2 Jack pinesduo@aol.com [29FEB2012]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSON, Norris A....It is with heavy heart that I post the death of my Grandfather Capt. Norris A. Johnson USN(Ret). He passed this morning with a Love for the Navy in his heart. He was PPC of CAC6, VPB-106 1944-1945 during the Marianas Campaign. His Skipper was Chick Hayward, and he loved VP and his old Shipmates. He was his squadron historian for many years. I grew up listening to his stories and was fortunate enough to meet many of his squadron mates. His son (my Uncle), was an AW1 (SS1) on P-3A/B's, and now I'm 3rd generation as a P-3 Flight Engineer. I've served in VP-4, VP-60, VP-92, and now VP-94. Long live VP!! I hope if any of his old squadron mates are out there, they think of him today...CARR, AMC(AW/NAC) Sue sucar99@aol.com..." [19SEP2001]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSON, William Michael "Mike or Bill"...My father passed away a few years ago. Dad served with VP-44 mid 1960s. I was born aboard NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I would like to hear from some of Dad's former Shipmates..." Contributed by Donald Johnson hjohnson5236@charter.net [21NOV2017]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSTON, AMCS Brian "Pig Farmer"...Brian "Pig Farmer" Johnston was an Airframer extraordinaire and the FE Deluxe. They've only made a couple of those. He flew for VP-64 (twice), VP-67, VP-91, VP-62, RESPATWING, HC-85, and VR-58. He was the most laid-back FE I have ever known, and one of the best friends you could ever want. He died in June, 2005 of natural causes; albeit at a very young age. Brian would lay some FE knowledge on you, and no matter how far behind the power curve you (I) might have been, he would never make you (me) feel stupid. He posessed no ego whatsoever, and once he put on khaki, he never forgot where he came from. True to that credo, he always tried to pull others up to where he was. In every respect, he was a true Chief and Blue Card FE. More importantly, he was a friend. Pig Farmer is sorely missed by all of those who had the opportunity to know him..." WebSite: CenterSeat (CENTERSEAT FORUM - Main Category - IN MEMORY) http://www.centerseat.net/ [07AUG2008]

Memorial Picture "...JOHNSTON, James Jay...My father, James Jay Johnston, served aboard the USS Kenneth Whiting (AV-14) from (I believe) 1955 to 1960. Dad passed away in 1981 when I was 11 years old. Due to unfortunate circumstances, I lost all his medals and documentation. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates that may have known my Father...James Owen Johnston huntersil@verizon.net..." [19JAN2007]

Memorial Picture "...JOINES, James (Jim)...My father, James (Jim) Joines, served with VP-47 in the 1950's and 1960's as a maintenance officer. He did two or three tours in Vietnam with the unit. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who served with him. Unfortunately, he passed away in 1994...John Joines corvettes4life@msn.com..." [04JAN2007]

Memorial Picture "...JONES, Alfred William Sr. "Homer"...My Father Alfred William Jones Sr. was a crew chief on a PBY with VP-84 during WWII. Dad passed away 10/31/16 at 98 years old. He told me stories about his crew and pilot LT Davis..." Contributed by Alfred W. Jones Jr. ajonesn33@comcast.net [09NOV2016]

Memorial Picture "...JONES, Robert W....84, of Columbus, NE died Wednesday March 13, 2002 at Omaha, Nebraska. He was born April 10, 1917 in Mankato, MN. On July 17, 1943 he enlisted in the US Navy. He trained as a radioman in the Naval Air Corps and was assigned to VPB-102 in the Pacific Theater as a radio operator in B-24's as a crewman. His crew was shot down during enemy action in the Pacific. Following rescue and his recovery he completed his Naval service in San Francisco assigned to Shore Patrol duty. Survivors include one son Dr. Chuck (Joyce) Jones, of Knoxville,TN; Deb Kroker of Nebraska City, NE; and Patty(Scott) Welk of Grand Island, NE; one brother Pete(Nancy) Jones of Apple Valley. CA. ; seven grandchildren and a sister-in-law Grace Nelson of Sauk Rapids, MN. Condolences may be sent to the family via Ray Frazer rayfw0oll@gmail.com..." [20MAR2002]


JOBES, Ray Shipmate Pix Circa 1954 RAYJOBES@AOL.COM "...I served with VP-16 stationed in NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1955 TO 1958. I do have many pictures of our activities in NAS Keflavik, Iceland, French Marroco, NS Rota, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Gibralter, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, Oslo Norway (we lost a plane) and many other sites that most of us go to..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 07DEC99 | 16DEC98]

JOBLON, Richard J. Sr. dljoblon@aol.com "...I was a proud member of VP-8 August 1957 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, then NAS Chincoteague, Virginia, then NAS Norfolk, Virginia till 1961. LT Pete Kucyk was my first patrol plane commander and I might add "THE BEST OF THE BEST". I was his aircraft electrician and ECM & MAd operator/observer and steak cooker in our galley aboard. I would appreciate someone sending me any information regarding joining your group and attending a Reunion. I later went into the New Jersey Air National Guard fot 6 years at Maguire AFB, N.J. Still I did not have enough of airplanes and flying so I joined the U. S. Naval Reserve with VP-64 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania for 10 years. Fraternaly yours..." [E-Mail Updated 31JUL2003 | 12MAY2002]

JOE, Savala savalajose@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VAP-61 from 1965 to 1967. I am looking for close Shipmates Alvino Garcia and Castro (married Annie in Guam)..." [12OCT2009]

JOENKS, AEC Eugene W. Retired highknoll@juno.com "...Served in NAMTD 1057 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Alameda, California, and NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1957 to 1961 as both AE maintenance and flight instructor on P2V-5F's and 7's. Went to VP-46 in 1961 and served there until 1964. Saw the missle tests at Johnson Island and the seals and whales of NAS Adak, Alaska, Shemya, and NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I served in VP-31 Det A, NAS Moffett Field, California, and Det A, NAS North Island, San Diego, California until 68. Served a year in HAL-3 Nam as Ops Chief and Door Gunner from 1968 through 1969. From 1969 to 1971 I was with the Blue Dragons of VP-50 and twilighted in VA-128 Whidbey until retirement in 1974 after completing 26 years in Uncle's Navy. Graduated from ISU in 79, worked for Mc Donnell Douglas for 5 years on the Harpoon Missle project. I even deployed to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines in 1983 as Senior Field Eng., and flew with VP-1 and VP-6. Design analysis engineer for Kaiser Aerospace until retirement again in 92. Currently living and enjoying mountain life in southeast Arizona on the Mexican border...I served in both FASRON-915 and FASRON-115 during the period of 1952 to 1954. I arrive at Piarco in 1952 when the squadron was under the command of CDR Knoche and the exec was LCDR Lecompe(sp). I was an AE3 and was privileged to fly in our PBM5A and when we received our UF I also flew in it. We took trips to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, and even over to the Canal Zone. I was promoted to AE2 in 1953 whereby my wife was allowed to come down and we lived in Tucker Valley. Our oldest son, now a retired CPO, 26 years was born there. I went on and completed 26 years and retired in 1974..." [BIO Updated 28MAY2000 | 11MAR2000]

JOHANSEN, AW Aaron skibuma@comcast.net "...I served with VP-69 (Sensor 2/3) from 1986 to 1992..." [06MAY2010]

JOHANSEN, Ronald ronjohansen@q.com "...I served with FASRON-2 from January 4, 1959 to July 1, 1959 (disestalishment), Communications aboard NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from July 1959 to April 4, 1960 and NCS Sidi Yahia aboard NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. I never understood why a Radioman rating was assigned to FASRON-2 to begin with but that's the Navy. Had a good time while in the Navy (February 1958 to May 1962)..." [E-Mail Updated 11JUN2009 | 12MAY2006]

JOHANSON, Doug dand@brainerd.net "...Served with VP-8...Our P-2V for fire patrol is gone as fire potenial is down now with the rain. Hope we have a real summer up here after a great spring. It's been great getting reaquainted with old Shipmates, still looking for some. Served late 1959 to 1961 with identical twin brothet in VP-8" [Updated 07JUN98]

JOHANSON, PN2 John S. johan.mag@worldnet.att.net "...Served in VP-22 from May 67/Jun 69. While just out of boot camp had to wait 4 weeks for the squadron to return from NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Was assigned to the personnel office out of a group of 20 plus "boots". Went on the Naha deployment then transferred to Naval Station, Norfork VA..." [03AUG2000]

JOHN, CAPTAIN David F. Retired dfjohn@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-5 from May 1967 to Apr 1970 as LT(jg) and LT Plane Commander, and served as Schedules Officer, then Communications Officer. Deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NS Rota, Spain, NAS Bermuda, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Served in VP Reserve Squadrons May 1970 to Oct 1984, including VP-62, VP-94 and VP-67, the last as Commanding Officer. Served in Naval Reserve Unit NAS Memphis, Tennessee Nov 1984 to Oct 1986 as Inspector General, retiring as Captain..." [26JUL2009]

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JOHNS, Mark mjohns@isomedia.com "...I was an AT3/AT2 in VP-48 from 1970 to 1974. I was at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, Utapao Thailand, Agana Guam, NAS Adak, Alaska, etc. I worked out of the Avionics shop and occasionally flew as an IFT. I transferred to VS-41 in summer of 1974 and got our in 1978..." [19MAY99]

JOHNS, RM2 Tommy tommyjohns@cox.net "...I served with VP-10 (05/1968-11/1969)..." [26MAR2014]

JOHNSON, ANDRE DDAWG71@aol.com "...HM-12 1990, VP-31 1991, VP-49 1993, VP-11 1994..." [24MAR99]

JOHNSON, CAPTAIN Bill Retired billpatty@charter.net "...I served with ATU-604 from 1955 to 1958 as a LTjg flight instructor, VP-28 from 1958 to 1960 as a LT, VP-2 from 1966 to 1967 as a LCDR, and VP-1 from 1971 to 1972 as a CDR (Executive Officer/Commanding Officer)..." [E-Mail Updated 31JAN2003 | 14FEB2001]

JOHNSON, AD3 Bruce S. skippyj@cox.net "...I served with VP-10 from 1987 to 1990. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [01DEC2009]

JOHNSON, ADR3 Bruce koty2@verizon.net "...I served with VP-30 Detachment NAS Jacksonville, Florida from May 1966 to October 1968. I worked in Powerplants Shop (ADR3), flew on the SP2H and worked at the BlueJackets Inn. I transfer'd to VS-30 NAS Key West, Florida from October 1968 to September 1969. I have many good memories of Jacksonville and Shipmates I served with..." [E-Mail Updated 03JAN2011 | 20JAN2004]

JOHNSON, Casey "...I am a retired HMC and was the squadron corpsman for VP-5 and VP-16 in the late 60's and early 70's. Even with all the ragging from the tailhook navy, I am still convinced that VP's were the best sea duty in the Navy..."

JOHNSON, AT3 Charles "Johnny" Shipmate Pix j7131@aol.com "...I am looking for any one who served VP-871 from 1951 to 1952. I was an AT3 in the Electonic Shack. Would love to hear from any former Shipmates. I have from Grisome..." [BIO Updated 06MAR2007 | PIX Added 04JAN2002 | 03JAN2002]

JOHNSON, AD3 Charles O COJS@AOL.COM "...I was with FASRON-106 in NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from 1958 - 1960. When I first arrived to the squadron, I was TAD to the Base, assigned to Special Service. I was put in charge of the Pool Hall by the Barrages on the hill. I was finally sent back to the squadron after approximately one (1) year TAD to the station. I was a 3rd Class AD Engine Mechanic. I left the Squadron in April of 1960. I went on and retired in 1976. After Navy retiring, I retired from United Air Lines after 22 years. Now I am TOTALLY RETIRED with 42 years as a Mechanic..." [11NOV2000]

JOHNSON, Charles W. Skeeter@MFI.Net "...I served in U.S.Navy patrol squadron VP-34 from l942 until the squadron left Panama Canal Zone for the pacific . I would like to hear from anyone that was in the squadron at that time..." [16OCT98]

JOHNSON, AW2 Chuck chuck@IntNet.net "...Served w/ Pelicans '69-'72..."

JOHNSON, ATC Chris Retired johnsonm@wwdb.org "...I served with VP-50, VP-31, VP-40, VQ-1 and NAMTRADET 1012 NAS Moffett Field, California. I am now retired, remarried and relocated in Pearl City, Hawaii. Would love to hear from old Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 24MAY2008 | 17OCT99]

JOHNSON, AT2 Culver "Johnny" culverj@directvinternet.com "...I served with VAH-3 NAS Sanford Florida from 1961-63 as an AT2. Transitioned the A3s to Vigilantes. Would welcome any old Shipmates' contact..." [24SEP2002]

JOHNSON, ADR3 Conrad "Connie" lcjj237@verizon.net "...I was in VW-11 from April 1960 to August 1961. Line A P/P c bk 50 rack 50. Met 2 flight engineers. Ralph Tice and J.J. Chamberlain. I saw those tail-less "connies" and even took a picture of one which I have now besides me. 2/61. I and a few friends, Bob Johnson and others went to St. Johns in Aug of 60. Bob married a Newfoundlander. Of course there was Tom Watson and Claude Dey. Fished off the fuel pier and caught sand sharks. Sorry to have missed the Reunion but I just found out that there was a web page. Before this I was in VR(F)-31 NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Shipmates for the P5M's. I was in VR(F)-31 from 1958- 1960 when I flew in those birds. I was an ADR-3. Mostly had to squeeze in the tail section to let go of landaird or the plane would move from the tractor on the beach. Had about 97 hours in them. Going from the factory to an operational squadron or reverse. Went from NGU to NAS to NZY but NZY was fogged in so we had to go to our alternate. Salton Sea at night and water was calm. Pilot ACC/AP Robert K. Jones bounced once and knew right away where he was and set it down beautifully. Sat on the bouy all night. Took off before 10:00 a.m. next day or we wouldn't get off. Does any know where Senior ACC/AP Robert K. "Nap" Jones is? He retired in 1/81 the last of the A/P's. I have some old issues of Naval Aviation news magazines dated 75, 76, 78 and some 81. VP squadron stories in there..." [E-Mail Updated 29JUL2008 | 18FEB2000]

JOHNSON, Curt ceej27@charter.net "...I served in VP-10 from 1978-1981. I was an Aircrewman - Sensor 3 (AW2) and did deployments to NAS Bermuda (August 1978-February 1979) and NS Rota, Spain/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (December 1979-May 1980). We transitioned from the P-3B to P-3C Update II aircraft in 1980. I was the first Sensor 3 NATOPS Evaluator in the P-3C Updates for the Squadron. Had a heck of a good time while I was in and met a lot of great people; some of whom I still keep in touch with. Played on the Squadron football, softball, bowling, basketball teams. Would like to hear from anyone who was attached to VP-10 during that time. Especially fellow crew members like Bob "The Bass Master" Kish, Larry "Bones" Reynolds, Doug Nee, Jim "Mongo" Margetts, Steve Sullivan, Rich Troy, Chris Hikade, Mike Fagen (who always said he wanted to open an ice cream shop in Valdosta, GA), Larry Labo, Lt. "I smoke those British cigarette" Benavage, Lt. Willett, Lt. "I want to do 100 bounces today for the airlines" Furdon, Jay Schmahl (where have you gone???), Skip Shannon (who I already contacted), and others I may have missed. Take care all!..." [E-Mail Updated 08JUN2002 | E-Mail Updated 21FEB2000 | 30SEP99]

JOHNSON, AT1(AW) Daleya "Dee" deejohn525@yahoo.com "...I was stationed at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1986 to December 1988 with VP-47, TAD to AIMD, W/C 640-Radar tech. Would love to touch base with those who remember me at the "glass house" and the squadron! I knew some folks at VP-31 too!..." [29NOV2006]

JOHNSON, Dana E. pr1smiley@prigger.com "...I just recently retired *parachute rigger* VP-4 from 81-85..." WebSite: Parachute Riggers http://www.prigger.com [25JUL99]

JOHNSON, AO2 Daniel "Johnny" djohnson1992@new.rr.com "...I served with VP-10 from March 1966 until October 1969. Had a great time. Was in Ordnance and flew most of the time. Hey Tom VanDeVedelt are you out there?..." [25MAY2008]

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JOHNSON, ADR3(AC) David Lee david.johnson811@gmail.com "...I served with VP-22, VP-6, VP-50 and HT-8. Over forty-one years now and still in Aviation Maintenance. I would like to hear from any VP-6 Shipmates on Johnston Island during the Atmospheric Rocket delivery, Atomic Bomb explosions and operations from there in 1962...." [BIO Updated 10DEC2014 | E-Mail Updated 17AUG2014 | E-Mail Updated 12JUL2011 | E-Mail Updated 16MAY2009 | 19NOV2000]

JOHNSON, AO1 (AC) David hover32@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-11 Jun '70 - Dec '75 was my first PCS orders after AO-A School and VP-30 aircrew training. I then went to AO-C school Jan-Jun '76 and then VT-86 Jul '76 - Aug '78. Discharged Aug '78. VP-94 (USNR) from Aug '78 - Apr '82. Active duty Apr '82, CV-67 (JFK) May '82 -May '86. Discharged '86. Reserves (drilling)'88 to '99 in CV-60 and CV-72 NRC Memphis. Currently in IRR (no drills) planning to retire in 2009..." [08JUN2001]

JOHNSON, David H. "Hector" LP849@AOL.com "...Not much on NAS Bermuda, as it was called Marlin's Roost, not NAS, while we flew P5Ms. I was on crew LP-8, called the Huslers. AT that time I was AMS3. WE flew in rotation with VP-45 between NAS Bermuda, and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba during the Cuban Blockaid, from fall 1962 to August 1963. In that year the squadron Logo, was changed from flying whale to "No Sanc.in the Deep." A 2nd class by the Name of Caldwell, designed it and painted on the Bda hanger. I have a leather tooled briefcase he maded for me. My Plane LP-8 5542, was the last plane flown into NAS Norfolk, Virginia August 28, 1963. I was last one off, and said my Goodbyes, and took our Pinup girl from under Navigation Table. As we worked with these planes, we called them; 2-boat or 8-boat ect. If sick of them we called them Pig Boats. I remember many flights during our early space shots. We then transported to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland to catch up with the rest of the men and new ones from P-3A school. I went back to the shop, and setup the squadron Corrosion Control Program for our A/C. I recall placing alot of Lighting Bolts and decals of our new Logo on the nose of our dark sea plane gray P-3As. The first deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, March of 1965, a base truck hit the wing of our new plane. It was down the whole time as we repaired it. I figured God forgot that area of the world after being in NAS Bermuda. We where restricted to base because of the Red Bear was our enemy. Im looking for any old flight buddies of LP-8 that may recall me. I was Nicked name "Hector". If you are one of the following crew nicknames check in. Moose, Big John, Burt, Mike, Carp, Burp Bag Folyd, Mr. Jacobs Plane Commander, Mr. Higginbothm Ens., and Warren Navigator. Good Luck to you all where ever you are. I was proud to serve with you in Naval Air at that time when "WE" made the planes fly..." [16APR2000]

JOHNSON, AK2 David (DJ) T. david.johnson@interr.ang.af.mil "...I was in VP-48 from April 1979 to June 1981..." [12FEB2000]

JOHNSON, Don DonDoris@shol.com "...I served with VX-4 from about 1950 to 1952 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland as an aircraft electrician on converted B17's and Connies. I then transferred to VR-1 on the same base from 1952 to 1955. Looking for some old Shipmates..." [11JUN2002]

JOHNSON, Donnie johndaj@aol.com "...After serving 5 years in an A-7 Squadron, (VA-15) and making 4 cruises. I decided to try out this thing called VP. That was somewhat of a good decision on my part. I started out in VP-30 from December 1985 to June 1989. Then went to VP-24 from July 1989 to decom in May 1995. From there I went back to VP-30 from May 1995 till my retirement in October 1998. My current job still has me venturing through the hangars from time to time. I have a lot of good memories of the deployments I was on and can say I met a hell of a lot of good people I can call Friends and Shipmates. Drop me a line sometime..." [26OCT99]

JOHNSON, Donald donaldbjohnson@hotmail.com "...I was stationed at VC-5 Det NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from Apr 80 - Dec 85 as a YN1. If anyone else was at VC-5 at this time give me a E-mail. Thanks Shipmates..." [18AUG99]

JOHNSON, AX2 Doug tennesseedj@bellsouth.net "...I served with VS-31 (1963-1966) and flew with CDR Evans Crew..." [15JUL2014]

JOHNSON, ADCS Doug Retired cowboy103941@yahoo.com "...I joined VP-56 in July 1975, as an ADJ1, worked Powerplants shop with then ADC Billy Bell. Made the NAS Keflavik, Iceland Deployment and the NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment in 1976. Made ADC during the NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment and made about half the NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment in 1978. I have never in my Navy career worked with a finer group of professionals as was in VP-56 at that time. Would like to hear from anyone attached to the squadron during this period. I'm presently retired and living in Cleveland, Georgia..." [E-Mail Updated 26OCT2010 | BIO Updated 15AUG2004 | E-Mail Updated 10SEP2002 | E-Mail Updated 06FEB2000 | 08JUN98]

JOHNSON, Douglas L. tlwdmax@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-47 (09/1969-07/1972) and flew as a pilot..." [19AUG2016]

JOHNSON, ATN2 Donald R. donjohn@silverstar.com "...I served with VP-31 (1968-1971) at NAS Moffett Field, California..." [27JAN2013]

JOHNSON, ADJ3 Ed ejohnson315@gmail.com "...I served with VP-22 (1962-1965) and flew with Crew-4. I am looking for W.J. Campbell, C.H. Smith, Beale and Gary..." [05DEC2014]

JOHNSON, Ed (Knute) c/o His Son Ed Johnson edj@edjohnson.net "...My father, Ed (Knute) Johnson died last October and I inherited his flight jacket, complete with all the patches. I knew the names of all the squadrons he'd been in, but couldn't match the patches with the right one. There were a couple with no names (FASRON-11) and now I can label them in the frame I am building so my brothers, all younger, can appreciate where he was and what he did all those years we lived in the back seat of that Ford station wagon. Thanks again..." [31OCT2002]

JOHNSON, Ed ej@aiinc.com "...I was in VT-21 1975-1977, VT-23 1997-1979, VP-1 1980-1986, VX-1 1986-1989, VAQ-33 1989-1990, VPU-2 1990-1995, AIMD NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii 1995-1995, and retired from VFA-125 DET Fallon, 1995-31 Mar 1997. I am a retired Mech Chief, and was a P-3 Flight Engineer for 14 years, (VP-31 Class of 82)..." WebSite: http://www.AIINC.com/ [02JUN98]

JOHNSON, Edmund P. "Knute" C/O His Son Ed Johnson edj@edjohnson.net "...I found a "yearbook" that belonged to my father, Edmund P. 'Knute' Johnson, and covered VJ-10 during a deployment to NAB Henderson/Carney Field, Guadalcanal in 1943-1944. There is mention of VJ-12 in the text of the yearbook, so I'll go explore there for awhile. If nothing else, I could scan or retype the text in the front of the book. Most of the rest of it is just pictures with no explanations but there are a number of photos of planes and their crews..." [17JUL2003]

JOHNSON, Edward edjohn3408@gmail.com "...I served with RVAH-3 (1978-1979) at NAS Key West, Florida, NATC (1979-1981) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VP-10 (1981-1986), AIMD (1986-1989) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VP-56 (1989-1991), VP-45 (1991-1995) and Naval Research Laboratory FLighT SUPPort DETachment (NRLFLTSUPPDET) (1995-1998) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [11MAR2017]

JOHNSON, Floyd Clifton (Sonny) c/o His Son Captain T.A. Johnson arkansas.traveler@netzero.net "...I am posting this message for my father, Floyd Clifton (Sonny) Johnson, who was assigned to FASRON-117, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. He served there as a personnelman sometime between 1957 to 1960 and now lives in Jefferson County, Arkansas..." [06AUG2001]

JOHNSON, Frederick frederic_johnson@hotmail.com "...Served BarsronTwo Midway Det. 58/59, VU-1 59/60, VW-11 64/65, VS-28 65/66, VA-125, HU-4, HSL-30, and HSL-32 Lamps. A few ships and stations in between. Was Aviations Electrician and retired in 1979. Also retired from Century Telephone and now travel in a motorhome. Enjoyed all the stories and pictures on these sites. A lot of the pictures bring back memories..." [08SEP99]

JOHNSON, AMS2 Gary W. willisgw63@yahoo.com "...I served with VAP-62 (1957-1961) 1957 NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I worked in the Sheetmetal Shop and was in charge of the Paint Shop for awhile..." [08OCT2012]

JOHNSON, AE2 Gilbert A. "Andy" gilbertajohnson@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-7 from July 1965 to February 1968 with two deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR (Springboard) and several support trips to NAS Key West, Florida. I worked mostly in the Electric Shop but also served as an alternate flight crew member..." [31AUG2010]

JOHNSON, AE2 Glen O. gdjohnsn@tnics.com "...I served with VAHM-10 from December 1956 to December 1959. During this time we deployed to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and also NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I was an ECM operator with relief crew 2. The last 6 months I was in the service, the squadron was redesignated VP-17. Would like to hear from Shipmates..." [06APR2002]

JOHNSON, AXCS Harold S. Retired hjohnson03371@roadrunner.com "...I served with VP-50 from January 1958 to February 1963, VP-7 from November 1966 to July 1969 and VP-19 from August 1969 to May 1970. I would like to hear from old Shipmates or anyone having information on the location of Stub Davis or Karl Karnath (VP-50) late 1950s or early 1960s..." [E-Mail Updated 11NOV2006 | E-Mail Updated 18DEC2005 | E-Mail Updated 18MAY2004 | 15JAN2002]

JOHNSON, PN3 Jeff jeffkim@mchsi.com "...I served with VAW-124 from March 1993 to Sept 1994..." [29JUN2004]

JOHNSON, AT3 Jeff doggone1@earthlink.net "...I served with VAW-114 as an AT3 from July of 1985 until December 1986. That seems like a short period of time now, but it seemed like a liftime back then. I was able to catch the full RimPac deployment in the summer of 1986 and the part of the WestPac deployment. I got off the ship in NSF Diego Garcia to attend OCS in Newport, RI. I had a lot of fun in the AIMD shop that worked on the Radar Navigation equipment. I also was on the ship's tennis team and we had a blast playing tennis with the Battle Group Admiral in each port. I'll never forget the time that he had me go get some Gatorade using his car with the star! Some fun, fun times. Hope there's a Shipmate or two out there who remembers me. Would love to hear from you..." [02MAR2004]

JOHNSON, AW3 Jeffrey J. jeffjjjohnson@gmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (1978-1981) on CAC-1 SS3, station police, etc..." [04MAR2013]

JOHNSON, Jerry (Johnny) kj5co@juno.com "...I reported to VT-2 NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida early 1962 and was assigned to night flying line and worked thru 1963. Then I went to VW-13 NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada and flew detached NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I would like to hear from some Shipmates from VT-2, Karl Forster, Gary McAbee, Paul McAdams, CAPTAIN Sprier, and others..." [26AUG2002]

JOHNSON, Jerry kjentr@msn.com "...I was a member of VP-876, NAS Alameda, California and NAS Moffett Field, California, from 1962 - 1968. I was an ATN3, flew Jezebel, MAD, AQA3..." [10DEC2000]

JOHNSON, John "JR" giraffe3@webpc.dellnet.com "...graduated from academy in 75, in VP-47 from 1976 through 1980, finished up as instructor pilot in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas and out in 1981...Presently working for Boeing at Kennedy Space Center, Fl...Enjoyed GUAM best while on deployment at NAS Misawa, Japan..." [13JUN2000]

JOHNSON, AFCM(AW) Keith JohnsonKE3@navair.navy.mil "...Started my Navy life with VP-60, 1979-1982, transferred to VP-67 NAS Memphis, Tennessee 1982-1986 ran the AME shop. Transferred to VP-66 NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 1987-1991 Made Chief and transferred to NAS NOLA.1991-1995 Made Senior and transferred to VFC-13 Fallon Nevada 1995-1998 then to VR-48 NAF Andrews, Maryland, Made Master and retired in 2001, Currently employed in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, enjoying life and missing the Navy. IF you ever get up this way stop by and look me up. I miss each and every one of you. Great times were had by all..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 25JAN2002 | 22APR98]

JOHNSON, Ken Kenandpeg@juno.com "...When I first joined the Skinny Dragons the best technology we had to find Soviet Subs was the eye ball. Things are lookin up..." [16JUL98]

JOHNSON, Kenneth kenneth.j.johnson@gte.net "...I was a member of VP-1 from 1968 thru 1969, when they were stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines in the latter part of 1968, returning to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in February 1969. I reenlisted in December 1969, and left the squadron shortly thereafter. I'm looking for former VP-1 squadron mates..." [06APR2001]

JOHNSON, AT1 Lamont Retired lamont764@live.com "...I served with VP-30, VP-31, VP-48, VP-5, NSF Diego Garcia, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69), AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida and retired October 1998..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 15JUL2013 | 06AUG98]

JOHNSON, Lamonte johnsonl043@hawaii.rr.com "...I served with AEWBarRonPac in the early 1960's..." [01OCT2009]

JOHNSON, Larry catherinemckeever@ymail.com "...I served with VP-6 (1968-1970) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [07MAR2013]

JOHNSON, RMCS Larry (Tony) Retired LTONYTIGER3@AOL.COM "...Stationed at VQ-4 from 1980-1990 as a Airborne Communication Superviror and NATOPS Instructor. Looking for all RM's at VQ-4 from 1980-1990. You know who you are. Give me an e-mail so we can catch up on old times. Been a long time since I talked to any of you. Go Tacamo. On the road again..." [04MAY2000]

JOHNSON, CAPTAIN Laurence E. Retired julajohnson@aol.com "...I graduated from the USNA (1967), Flight Training at NAS Pensacola, Florida (1968), P-3 Qualified, VP-44 (1969 to 1972), NAS Point Mugu, California Flag Aide (1972 to 1975), A-Nav aboard the USS Hancock (CVA-19) (1975), Naval War College (1976), VP-24 (1977 to 1980), Deptment Head at Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Washington, D.C. (1980 to 1981), VP-24 as Executive Officer/Commanding Officer (1981 to 1984), Naval War College (1984 to 1985), back to NAVAIR Washington, D.C. and retired in 1995. I worked in the Defense Industry till 2002. The Batman of VP-24 was the best time of all! I am now retired in the Northern Neck of Virginia..." [03MAY2010]

JOHNSON, ADC[AC][AW] Lawrence (Larry) Jr. Retired Mysterymanlj@earthlink.com "...I served with VP-8 from June 1962 to October 1963 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland as a ADJ3. I worked in the power plants shop, CPO Mullninex was shop Chief and C.W Cook was Commanding Officer. Would be glad to hear from anyone former Shipmates..." [18FEB2003]

JOHNSON, ADR2 Lee K. lkkgjohn@traverse.net "...I served with VT-31 from the fall of 1966 to August of 1969..." [20SEP2001]

JOHNSON, AT1 Lew Retired lew.johnson@gsfc.nasa.gov "...VP-68 CAC 4 (Skypigs)(Radio/FCO/IFC)(Same-O/Same-O)- P-3A/B/B-Mod -1970-1989...VP-661/68A1 CAC 2/1/4 (Radio)- P-2V-5F/7/SP2G/SP2H -1959-1970...Zero-Dark-Thirty Preflights with (AP) & Senior Chief (Ironhead)[F/E]...All night patrols...Lousy Comms...High QRM/QRN...Broke-Dick gear...I wouldn't trade it for a million bucks...My lifelong Buds are CAC 4. I miss it. It was the most important thing in my life. I MISS LIKE HELL!!!..." [25MAR98]

JOHNSON, Lloyd (Swede) [Deceased] c/o His Daughter Jane Martin ktanker@attbi.com "...My dad, Lloyd (Swede) Johnson, served in the United States Navy as a pilot with VP-33 during WW II from 1941-1946. He married my mom Susuan Hayes. She was a navy nurse on the hospital ship USS Tranquility (AH-14) in the south pacific. I would like information regarding my dad during the war. He died in 1977 and I would like to give information to my sons..." [22SEP2002]

JOHNSON, AOM2 Maurice mauricejohnson@charter.net "...I was a member of VPB-26 from May 1, 1944 to November 1945. We left Tokyo Bay on the USS Matanikau (CVE-101) to Ohau then on to the Golden Gate on another Jeep Carrier. I was in Crew #10 and my rank was AOM2C..." [23AUG2006]

JOHNSON, Michael A. thndr1mj@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-66 from 91-97 as an AE2/AE1 I'm currently stationed at VFA-203 NAS Atlanta. Hope to hear from some of my old Shipmates from the "Grove."..." [10JAN99]

JOHNSON, Mike johnsomw@sterlingdi.com "...I served in the "Blue Sharks" from 67' to 71' as an AZ3. I have been busy copying down names I recognize. A VP-6 Reunion would be GREAT!! If anyone else is out there, Iet me hear from ya!! Mike Johnson, (828) 877-4894(home) or (828) 885- 5380(work). I have stayed in contact with several of our OLD buddys..." [17DEC98]

JOHNSON, ADCS Mike MPJ77@msn.com "...P-3 F/E, VP-6 82 to 86, VP-31 86 to 90, VP-9 90 to 92, CNAP Evaluator 92 to 95, VP-30 VR-DET as CINC LANT Fleet Crew F/E, and now with VR-1 at Andrews AFB, MD..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 05DEC2001]]

JOHNSON, Milford R. (Jake) hortenb@atlanticbb.net "...I served in the South Pacific during WWII. I was in the Navy and with CASU-39. Looking for some old Shipmates. I am now 86 years young!..." [26AUG2005]

JOHNSON, YNCS Orvel Retired oj@wf.net "...I was a YN2 attached to VQ-1 ( NAS Atsugi, Japan) from 67-70. I worked in the "back room" with the "spooks." I made two deployments to DaNang, and was with the squadron when we lost the plane to the Korean Migs. Also remember well the crew that was lost on landing in DaNang. Other than those experiences, I thoroughly enjoyed VQ-1 and Japan. I retired (back in Texas) in 1977 as YNCS..." [15AUG2000]

JOHNSON, Paul H. phjblj@aol.com "...Served with VP-4 in 1953-54. Looking for lost Shipmates of that time. I served with the line crew at that time and deployed to NAS Naha in 1953 with that group. Like to hear from Shipmates Frank Johnson, John Long, Kenneth (Punchy) Page, Max Allen, and Tony Oliveira. The whole squadron was a great experience. Enjoyed time spent at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [17JUN2000]

JOHNSON, Perry L. BigJ2376@ix.netcom.com"...Formerly an AW2 at VP-40, NAS Moffett Field, Ca...."

JOHNSON, R. C. (Clint) Jr. cjohnson@tecinfo.com "...I served in VP-16 as Personnel Officer and Plane Commander of HH-9 from June of 1953 until January of 1956. I had many happy and memorable experiences in VP-16 and made lifetime friends. We had 2 deployments, NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1954 and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco in 1955. We also had Atlantic Fleet Volleyball Championship team in 1954. I attended the Reunion in Jacksonville in May of 2000 and enjoyed it greatly. I had hoped that some of my office staff or some of my flight crew would come but none did. I did get the address lists and hope to reestablish some contacts. I would be delighted to hear from anyone that remembers those good old days..." [13NOV2000]

JOHNSON, Ralph RJUSNRET@AOL.com "...I found some people I'd thought were lost for ever. Thanks a bunch. I was stationed with VX-1 from APril 1973 to November 1976. That's where I met my wife. That's right my Sea Bag came with a Sea Bag..." [01DEC99]

JOHNSON, Ray rayjohnson@ipass.net "...I served with VQ-2 from 1968 to 1970 and VAQ-33 from 1970 to 1971. I was an electronic warfare operator on the EA3B and EC-121. I also worked in the ECM shop. I would like to hear from anyone who served with me..." [27DEC2007]

JOHNSON, Raymond RAYVIRGAGT@aol.com "...I had the pleasure of serving with three VP reserve squadrons from 1962 through 1968. They were VP-722, VP-726, and VP-70V-1 all located at NAS Glenview, Illinois. I flew as an Ordnance Man from 1963 through 1968. We flew P2V 5's, 6's, and 7's. We flew several versions of the 5's and had 6's with nose and tail turrets when I first joined the program..." [19NOV2000]

JOHNSON, SCPO Richard Allen Retired wa5eod@windstream.net "...I served with VP-18 (1956-1959) with deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I flew with Crew-5 (LG5) 5G77 as an Aviation Technician, Radio, Radar, Jezebel and MAD Operator. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09MAR2013 | E-Mail Updated 27MAY2006 | E-Mail Updated 21FEB2002 | 20JUL2000]

JOHNSON, ADC Richard (Rick) Retired kachina5@comcast.net "...My VP career began when I reported into VP-48 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California in late 1964 as an ADRAN fresh out of A school. Made deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. Made the transition to the P-3 up at NAS Moffett Field, California and went on the NAS Iwakuni, Japan deployment in 1967. Reenlisted as ADR2 with orders to NAF Washington, D.C.. In 1971 It was back to NAS Moffett Field, California and VP-31 as a student with orders in hand to VP-46 I caught up with the Squadron on deployment to MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. (Could not get away from the Jewel of Japan) In March of 75 reported to VP-31 as Power Plants shift supervisor and moved upstairs to QC/QA. Then back across the runway to VP-48 and the 1978 NAS Misawa, Japan deployment. Made a final deployment to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. Upon returning to NAS Moffett Field, California I left the VP Navy and did a tour as recruiter in charge at North Tucson while assigned to NRD San Diego. Ca. In January of 1985 I retired from Naval Service at the rank of ADC. Still Making a living in Tucson. AZ..." [E-Mail Updated 20OCT2005 | E-Mail Updated 22JUL2000 | BIO Updated 21JUN99] [ICQ #18408201]

JOHNSON, Richard "Johnny" sevj@msn.com "...I served with VP-17 and VA(HM)-10 between August 1955 and June 1958 out of NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I was assigned to Crew 3 (BH3) under CDR Donaldson and deployed to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan then to Crew 2 (ZE2) piloted by Lt Cmdr Turner deployed to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. Some of the guys I flew with were Hyze, Guzman, Adney, Davis, Davis, Duffy, Rasmussen. 46 years has dimmed my memory some but the fondness for the squadron and Shipmates hasn't at all. I would like to hear from anyone in the squadron. It would be great to form up a Reunion..." [E-Mail Updated 08AUG2009 | 15NOV2001]

JOHNSON, AW1 RJ yraa@oakharbor.net "...I was in VP-4 twice (1987-91 and 1993-98). I flew with many outstanding people and would like to hear from them..." [05APR99]

JOHNSON, Robert Heuer c/o LTC Leslie Achterberg leslie.achterberg@us.army.mil "...My father-in-law, Robert Johnson, served VP-29 on Kwajelein sometime between 1951-1954 and flew 52 missions in support of the Korean War. He would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [04MAY2011]

JOHNSON, Rochelle johnson_rochelle@hotmail.com "...I used to be stationed with the VP-5 "MAD FOXES" who are currently deployed in NAS Sigonella, Sicily..." [10SEP98]

JOHNSON, Rod vito1@techline.com "...I served with VQ-1 at NAS Agana, Guam Jan73 to Feb 75. I flew was an Elint Operator on Crew 32 and bounced around a little between Crew 33 and 31 on the EP-3Bs and then went back to NAS Moffett Field, California on one the acceptance crews to bring the EP-3Es out to Guan. Was in Guam when we lost our A-3 training bird on a nav training flight off Kobi Japan, and when one of our radio operators was shot and killed by a Phillipino PC out in town. Remember a lot of people trying to remember a few more. Like to hear from some of the folks there around about that time. Left VQ-1 to got to VQ-4 and EC 130's and always wanted back. Finally went to VP-69 as an FCO and Inflight Tech. Sure miss the flying..." [18AUG2000]

JOHNSON, Rodger D. Leper274@cs.com "...Hello fellow VP-48 Boomers, just found this site and was thrilled to see some old friends names. I was in the squadron from 83-86, crew 7. Got out ASAP and went to work for PAN AM until they went under, Trans World Express, British Aerospace, and now United. Life is great, got married have kids, big mortgage! Would love to hear from old crew 7 members and would especially like to know what happened to CDR Tony Quadri..." [06NOV2000]

JOHNSON, Ron rejOhio@aol.com "...I was assigned to VP-3 in September, 1951, straight out of Personnelman School, and left in February, 1955, for discharge as PN2. That included our tours to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco and NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [27OCT2000]

JOHNSON, ADJ2 Ronald A. Rjohnson5@maine.rr.com "...I served with VT-25 from January 1963 to August 1966. Started out on flight line as Plane Captain/DC Equipment Operator(ADJAN). In fall of 64 was moved to power plant shop. Main duties were to trouble shoot for power plant on launches and to do High power engine turn ups on all aircraft coming out of check crew or had work done on fuel pumps or fuel controls or any requested by shop chief(ADJ3). Reupped and was ordered to VP-11 at NAS Brunswick, Maine(ADJ2)..." [BIO Updated 06FEB2007 | 05AUG2006]

JOHNSON, Ronnie "Johnnie" ronaldwjohnson@att.net "...I served with VQ-2 at NS Rota, Spain from 1968 to 1970 in the ECM shop. Looking to reconnect with Shipmates from that time. It was great duty with great people..." [16APR2009]

JOHNSON, Roy wroyjohnson10354@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-31 based at NAS Moffett Field, California from June 1967 to January 1970. I worked in the Power Plant Shop with some of the greatest guys in the world. I was transferred to VP-47 in January 1970 making one deployment to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I was discharged from the Navy in December 70. I returned to my hometown of Chicago, Il. where I continue to live. I have been married for 26 years and have raised 2 sons. I returned to college and earned a BS degree in Accounting. I would love to hear from some of my old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 10SEP2005 | E-Mail Updated 25JUL2003 | 18AUG2000]

JOHNSON, Scott sjohns311947@yahoo.com "...I served as Radioman on LB6 in VP-7 - NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I would like to hear from any of my old Shipmates - especially Mark Vonsee, Don Hunter, Sammy Wilkes, John Wheatley, Ben Green, Rick Butkovich, Gary Hamby, Jim Jamieson, Dick Brink, Tiny, Mr. Harvey, Denny Pruitt, Jack,Wayne, Freddy and anyone else I forgot. What's happening these day's guys..." [28AUG2001]

JOHNSON, ATN2 John johnnie5@mchsi.com "...Was a member of VW-1 from 1965 to 1966 and flew on Crew 6 and 7. Remember fellow crew members Green, Kelly, and R.C. Armstrong (PC). Went to USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13) in NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam and last at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Fun 4 years. 54 combat missions and too many storms to remember - plus Market Time Patrol. "Skid Marks In The Sky"..." [16JUL2004]

JOHNSON, Stephen svddddd@tampabay.rr.com "...I served with VP-10 (11/1951-10/1955)..." [03AUG2017]

JOHNSON, Steve johnson2@usbank.com "...Served in VP-48 from 11/84 thru 3/87..." [E-Mail Updated 05JUN2000]

JOHNSON, AO1 Steven C. johnsos@ime.net "...Served in VP-11 from 1983-86, In VX-1 from 1986-89, VXN-8 from 1989-92, VP-11 again from 1992 until just prior to decomissioning 1995. Currently serving as a SERE Instructor with FASO in NAS Brunswick, Maine. Would like to hear from anyone..." [05NOV98]

JOHNSON, MAJOR Steven G. Retired majorjunque@msn.com "...In March 1965 I joined the Naval Air Reserve at NAS Los Alamitos, California after graduating from Reseda High School (San Fernando Valley). After completing the resident "boot" training at NAS Los Alamitos, California I was assigned to VP-772 and eventually got to fly on the P2V's. VP-772's annual training/cruise that year was spent at NAS Moffett Field, California. I'll never forget the flight up (at night) as I was allowed to occupy the "bow observers" position in the nose all the way. While at NAS Moffett Field, California for the cruise we operated out of Hanger #1. During that time, I remember one flight out over Monterey Bay when the Ordnanceman couldn't get the launch tube to operate. Honest-to-god, he opened the rear belly hatch and had me hook my arms thru his harness while he straddled the opening and lobbed the sonabouys out. I was only 18 at the time and will never forget that moment. Disallusioned with college, I opted to do my 2 years "active duty" early (15 Nov 65) and was assigned to VP-31 Detachment Alpha at NAS Moffett Field, California in January 1966. The unit was just receiving P-3A's at the time and still had the earlier P-3's that required the external APU (looked like a belly tank on wheels) for startup. The main body of the unit (VP-31) was still at NAS North Island, San Diego, California at the time and flying P-5 Marlins. During my time at NAS Moffett Field, California, the units designation changed twice: VP-31 Detachment Alpha, VP-31 Detachment NAS Moffett Field, California, and eventually VP-31 (those left at San Diego became Detachment NAS North Island, San Diego, California). My final 8 months (April 1967 to November 1967) at VP-31 were spent as the NATOPS yeoman working for CDR J. R. White, LCDR "Bud" Tucker, and CPO Ted Glass. The time I spent in the Naval Air Reserve was the most memorable for me. After completing my 1st AA degree years later (1978), I thought of returning to the Naval Air Reserve but was instead offered a chance at OCS and a commission in the Calif. Army National Guard. As I was already 31 years old at the time, it took a lot of help from several Generals to get me accepted as the federal age limit for 2nd Lieutenants is 32 1/2. I eventually commanded an M-110 (8") Heavy Artillery Battery ("C" Battery, 1-144th FA, 40th INF DIV-MECHANIZED). I retired from the Calif. Army National Guard 3 years ago as a Major, Field Artillery. Quite a change from being an AXAN in the Navy. I would be more than happy to hear/correspond with anyone who served with either VP-31 or VP-772..." [02JUN2002]

JOHNSON, Tanya L. tan.bri07@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-66 from the fall of 1991 until summer of 1995. Met many good friends and Shipmates..." [25OCT2010]

JOHNSON, Ted TDJECO@aol.com "...I served with VP-47 from Dec '49 till Nov '52 as AE type. We were in Japan when the Korean "police action" broke out. I am pleased to see someone taking the time and effort to esprit de corp alive. Would be glad to hear from anyone from the olden days..."

JOHNSON, AD3 Thomas E. ejohnson0312@Yahoo.com "...I was assigned to the Air Department at NAS Adak, Alaska from November 1955 to November 1966. We flew the old UF-1 Albatross in air sea rescue. Had one fail to make it off the runway on one trip to NAS Attu, Alaska ('mushed' back in on our belly). Lost another one in the Pacific in approximately February 1956. We were trying to make an open sea landing to pick up a man off the Mann. The UF-1 isn't designed for open sea landings - they picked us up instead. Would be interested in hearing from anyone from the Air Department during those years..." [08APR2003]

JOHNSON, AK2 Tim (TJ) tjmontess@pei.sympatico.ca "...Stationed with VP-MAU NASB 1987-1990. Worked in Maint/Matl Control and was also TAD to NASB Supply Dept. as a material expeditor. I am now retired and living in Canada and would like to hear from any other Shipmates. From 1983 to 1987 was stationed with VF-32 NAS Oceana, VA attached to both the USS Independence and USS John F Kennedy..." [08NOV2004]

JOHNSON, AZ Walter kjohnson198@tampabay.rr.com "...Attended AZ "A" School at NAS Meridian, MS, "C" School at NAS Millington, Tennessee millington, AIMD NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, HS-1 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida and VAW-126 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with a deployment aboard the USS Constellation (CV-64) WesPac (1977)..." [13OCT2012]

JOHNSON, Walter wfj8251@aol.com "...Any X-VP-60, please contact me. I was in VP-60 from Sep 86 to Dec 93. Would like to hear from ya'll. Go Snake's..."

JOHNSON, AEC Wayne Retired waynejohnson61@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-42 from 1960 to 1964 (P5M's through the P2V's). I flew with Crew 3 as an Electrician/Julie/MAD Operator. Retired from the Navy with 27 yearsand retired from Civil Service with 20. Last assignment was the Marine V-22 program (don't hold that against me). Now living in Inyokern, CA, just down the road from China Lake..." [02APR2004]

JOHNSON, AE1 Wes chipper@mlode.com"...Reported to VP-50 in August, 1955...I was an aircrewman on 7 boat in VP50 while deployed to Iwakuni Japan Jan 1, 1956 to July 19, 1956..."

JOHNSON, Wilber Dale [Deceased] c/o His Daughter Carol J. Johnson CAROLSANJOSE@aol.com "...My Father, Wilber Dale Johnson, 3rd Mechanic, USNR, served in WW2 and flew in the Air and Sea Rescue Squadron VH-2. He was on a routine mission near Saipan, when his plane hit a wave and sank. To the best of my knowledge, there were only three survivors. Unfortunately, he was not one of the lucky ones. The year was July, 27th, 1945. My deepest sympathy goes out to everyone that has lost a family member or friend that gave his or her life for our country..." [08DEC2000]

JOHNSON, Wiliam bill.johnson162@gmail.com "...I served with VP-4 (1984-1988) Crew 8, VP-31 (1988-1990) NFO Instructor and VP-1 (1995-1997) Ops / Training / Safety / Masirah, Oman OIC..." [21APR2010]

JOHNSON, William G. wjoh531703@aol.com "...I served with the Fleet Weather Facility at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada (196301975) with the Maintenance Crew. I was one of the "runners" who went to St. Johns over 120 times during my time. CDR Gleason was our CO and LCDR Luskin was the XO. I was the only "black shoe" in a "brown shoe" outfit. Left NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada and went to NS Mayport, FL (AD-27 USS Yellowstone) until the fall of 1966 when I was discharged. Never had a chance to get back to there..." [18OCT2010]

JOHNSON, AT1(AC)(AW) Willie J. "Chilly Willie" Retired popps5@olemiss.edu "...I served in the Magazine Area (08/1969) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VF-53 (1972-1974) at NAS Miramar, California with a WESTPAC deployments aboard CVA-31, VA-87 (1973-1974) at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida, VQ-1 (05/1983-05/1986) at NAS Agana, Guam, HT-18 (05/1986-05/1990) at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida, VPU-2 (06/90-1993) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NAS Key West, Florida (06/1993-05/1997) with Security Police and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba..." [25MAR2015]

JOHNSTON, Billy G. billygenej@yahoo.com "...I served aboard the USS Currituck (AV-7) (1963). I am looking for Johnny Woody..." [02FEB2014]

JOHNSTON, ARM2 Darwin T. djhnstn@yahoo.com "...I served with VPB-115 (1944) and flew with Crew-20..." [18JAN2014]

JOHNSTON, David johnstonfarm@conninc.com "...Served with VP-45 from 1975 through 1979. My rate was AD3. Anybody from that time please e-mail me..." [04OCT99]

JOHNSTON, Harvey E. hjohnston@centurylink.net "...I attended at Bootcamp at in Great Lakes, IL from June 1966 to Febuary 1970, AE-A School at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, Flight Schools at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and VP-26 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from November 1967 to Febuary 1970 flying with Crew-10..." [05JAN2010]

JOHNSTON, AOC Robert robertdjohnston@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 1969-72, AOC, was Ordnance Branch Chief and Av/Arm Div. Chief..." [13JAN2005]

JOHNSTON, Robert G. betjohnston@cableone.net "...On August 18, 1963, I enlisted the Rese4rve of the United States Navy, served six months active duty for training, and upon release form the ACDUTRA was assigned, through a life long chum, Robert Bruce Arick, Jr, to VP-63 a reserve squadron flying out of NAS Memphis, Tennessee. I remained in VP-63 until September 7, 1965, when I was commissioned. Another Shipmate was Thomas P. Givens, who later became an administrative law judge with the Social Security Administration from which he is now retired. One of the early skippers of VP-63 was Paschal J. Townsend who flew Patrol planes in WW2. Mr. Townsend died several years ago of cancer. One of the pilots was Miles Curtis McKee, now an 80's something lawyer in Jackson, Mississippi. As I grow definitely into my latter years, I remember so very fondly my service in Naval Aviation even though it was only about 2 years..." [BIO Updated 06MAR2017 | 03MAR2017]

JOHNSTON, Steven C. RAIDER2MAN@AOL.COM "...It's great to see VP-10 get all those awards. I was an IFC with CAC-6 from 1976-1980..." [15SEP2001]

JOHNSTON, Willard (Bill) willardkj@office.com "...My first duty tour was with VQ-2 in NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, April 1956 - November 1957. Best tour of my career. Lots of hard work, fun and flying. How many Shipmates from that period in VQ-2 remember the 3 legged dog that used to scare the pants off the night security guards on our ramp? Just one of many memories of long ago. Would like to hear from any of you guys that were there..." [06DEC2000]

JOHNSTONE, Bob rfjohnstone@cox.net "...I served aboard NAS Anacostia, Washington, D.C. from late 1962 until early 1965. I worked as a Control Tower operator. After discharge, was picked up by the FAA and worked across the river at Washington National Airport for almost 20 years. Still live in the area..." [23JUL2009]

JOLICOEUR, Leo leo@jolicoeur.com "...I was with VP-11 from 1976 to 1980. Would love to hear from all of my former AW buddies..." [E-Mail Updated 04MAR99 | 14JUL98]

JOLLIE, CWO4 Robert O Retired Bobjollie@aol.com "...I started my career in Patrol Squadrons at NAS Seattle, Washington. I was originally in VP-891 and I was a plank holder in VP-69. I would love to hear from people that were part of that experience from 1960 to 1980. We had a great time!..." [30JUN99]

JOLLY, PN Rodger W. spindrift97030@aol.com "...I served with VP-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from September 1964 to April 1966 as a PN. We deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [06SEP2010]

JONES, Alan jonesrichard14@gmail.com "...I served with VT-27 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from 1980 to 1983. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [29SEP2009]

JONES, AZ3 Alfred avjones26@embarqmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (06/1965-06/1968). I was assigned to the 3M system working for Chief Moore, Chief Klien and Chief Applegate. I would like to hear from former shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 29JUN2013 | E-Mail Updated 23SEP2005 | E-Mail Updated 02MAY99 | E-Mail Updated 25DEC98 | 27NOV87]

JONES, AVCM Berry Retired jonesb@cnrc.navy.mil "...I served with VQ-2 from 1975 to 1980 (Athens Det. Maintenance CPO from 1977 to 1979), VP-1 from July 1980 to July 1983..." [BIO Updated 23JUL2005 | BIO Updated 22JUN2001 | 12JUN2001]

JONES, Bill dimon2b@olg.com "...VP-663 11/65 - 7/67, VT-25 Beeville, TX 7/67 - 6/70, VP-8 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 6/70 - 5/71, NARDET NAS Patuxent River, Maryland5/71 - 9/75 (TAR from now on til retirement), NRC Jones Point Alex., Va 9/75 - 9/78, NRC Long Beach, CA 10/78 - 9/81, REDCOM Region 19 Staff Duty San Diego 9/81 - 8/84, NAF Andrews, Maryland ADMIN/ Recruiting 9/84 - 2/7/87 Retired, Md State Police Leonardtown 6/87 - Pres Communications Supvr..." [14FEB99][ICQ# 7300048]

JONES, Brantley H. brantleyhjones@webtv.net "...I was in VP-16 in 59 & 60 made NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, and they were getting ready for NS Rota, Spain when I got out. If anybody remembers me please answer. I was 2nd mech under a PO1 Bivens from Hillsboro, NC. Also pilots named at the time were LT. Nunnally and Brown also a Navigator named Tatem. I would like to write to them. Thank You. The plane LF-7..." [03MAY2001]

JONES, LT Buck P. Retired bpj1927@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-45 (April 1963 to February 1970 and April 1979 to September 1981), VP-49, VP-62, VT-7 and AIMD Meridian, MS. I attended Aviation "P" School in NAS Norman, Oklahoma, OK, AMS "A" and "B" School in NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VP-30 P5M Plane Captain RAG, VP-30 Det "A" P-3 FE RAG, and Warrant Officer Academy NAS Pensacola, Florida. I retired in Sep 1981. I am currently President of the Patron Four Five Association (http://www.vp45association.org). The very best to all my former Shipmates..." [05FEB2010]

JONES, Calvin calmary123@live.com "...I served with VP-9 from 1952 to 1954. We flew night-time flare missions for Marine night fighters over North Korea in PB4Y-2s and in 1953 we flew in the P2V-5 and P2V-6. I would like to hear from anyone who flew in a crew at that time..." [20FEB2009]

JONES, AME2 Chad sjones7@dc.rr.com "...FLIGHT ENGINEER ! Served with VP-MAU ( NAS Moffett Field, California) 1987-1991, attended FE school at VP-31, served with the tridents of VP-65 at NAS Point Mugu, California from 1991-1993. Discharged in 1993. Will never forget the memory's and friends. Some of the best times of my life. Cubi rules!!!!! would love to hear from old friends..." [E-Mail Updated 16APR2005 | 13AUG2001]

JONES, ADR Charles baycitytexas@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-29 (03/1974-12/1976) in the Calender Inspection Division and VT-27 (12/1976-10/1978) Phase Crew and Trouble-Shooting Division..." [BIO Updated 13DEC2016 | 14SEP2016]

JONES, ADC(AW) Charles "CJ" baycitytexas@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-1 (03/1986-03/1989) with deployments to NAF Misawa, Japan and NAS Adak, Alaska and VP-68 (06/1992-07/1995)..." [BIO Updated 21AUG2016 | 16JAN2016]

JONES, AO1 Charles M. Retired bluehawkordy@aol.com "...Served in VP-0919 from 1983-1986 as W/C310 LPO and W/C230 training PO. Left for two years to HAL-5, came back in 1988, stayed until 1991. Hope to here from old frieds and accomplices. Retired in 1998 from HCS-5. Found out I passed the Chief's exam after I turned in my papers. Anybody who remembers me please write..." [25MAY2002]

JONES, AMCS Chester L. "CJ" Retired chesterjones84@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-26 from December 1961 to April 1964. I was a Plane Captain in the F11F-1 and later I made AMH3 and became the flight line troubleshooter. I retired as AMCS with VP-50. Me and my buddies went to Victoria almost every nite and barely made it back in time. We had a very strict marine instructor named Captain Rosenthal (a very sharp aviator). My division officer was LT Macdonald and our skipper was CDR Snowden. I remember when that F9 from VT-23 landed on top of one of our planes. It was scary but all escaped with no injuries..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 26JUL2010 | E-Mail Updated 12DEC2003 | 06MAR99]

JONES, AZCS Dale W. Retired pertchart@aol.com "...I "grew-up" in VP-28 having checked in to THE squadron while it was at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii in Nov.'49 as a 17 year old ADAA fresh from boots, Airman "P" and AD "A" schools. I checked out of VP-28 in Feb.'53 as a 21 year old AD1 having completed my high school and first year college GED tests, qualified as Plane Captain, Taxi Pilot and Combat Air Crewman. I flew as Plane Captain for ENS. Ward with Detachment Able in Korea and re-designed the standard squadron patch for use with the detachment. I had some really good duty while in the Navy and after transfer to the Fleet Reserve in Oct.'68 stepped in to a great civilian job. However, I'm firmly convinced that all the good stuff that came later could only have happened because in those "tender years. " I served with and learned from the best officers and crew of any command in the Navy..." [06MAY99]

JONES, Dan dj30189@hotmail.com "...Great to see many names and some "foggy" faces from this website. Was IFT (AX2) for VP-48 Crew 8 (It's great being ate) 78-82, and AIMD NAS Moffett Field, California. Have e-mail some people on this site, would love to hear from any of you that survived the "Dodge" and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines trips amoung others, other IFT's or "tweet" shop guys, pilots, TACO, NAV/COM and Shipmates..." [21SEP2000]

JONES, AME1 Dave (ret.) jones@iwvisp.com "...VP-17 1960-1961 and VP-50 1967-1969. Was Paraloft supervisor and did some time in the Check Crew. Jimm Marshall PR2 are you out there?..." [24MAY98]

JONES, ATR Dennis micorcan@aol.com "...I served with VW-4 from 1965-1968 as an AT(R) logging well over 1000 flight hours (still have my Lockheed 1000HR pin) on crews 5 & 3. Left the Navy got my degree and re-enlisted as an O-Grade in SPECWAR. Will always remember VW-4 time, it made NE Florida my home..." [01JUL2002]

JONES, AW3 Dominic dballerino@san.rr.com "...I served with VP-40 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1987 to 1990. I was an AW(3) EWO and served most of my time at NAS Moffett Field, California with Crew 11 (LCDR Wiznieski, LT Cannice, LT Arnold, AO2 Thompson, AW3 Aiken, AW3 Post, AT2 Connelly.)..." [E-Mail Updated 30JUL2006 | E-Mail Updated 14SEP2001 | Updated E-Mail 25AUG99 | 16DEC98]

JONES, YN3 Don highgreen109@aol.com "...I was in VS-913 then VS-39 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from March 1951 to July 1954, Regular Navy, YN3. We had Grumann Avengers off jeep carriers. Anyone else out there?..." [10APR2001]

JONES, Donald "Don" donaldjones13@rocketmail.com "...I served with VP-5 (06/1962-04/1964). I currently live in Atlanta, GA..." [16DEC2011]

JONES, AD2(AW) Donald "Jonesy" djones1313@live.com "...I served with VP-67 (1991-1994), VP-64 (1994-1999) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, 2 years with AIMD at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, Base Police (2000-2005), VR-53 for 3 years and NOSC NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania where just closed to doors to that building. Some of you might remember the building 140A (old RATCEN). I am finishing my last couple months on the Base before I retire in January. I was wondering if anyone has an extra rocker I could get from someone or know where I could get one for my Shadow Box - VP-67 is the only one I dont have. Hope to hear from some of you guys..." [01OCT2010]

JONES, CDR Ed Retired ejones@lincolntech.com "...Brings a tear to my eye to see the P-3 in any of its diverse configurations. It's a great aircraft and community of which I am proud to belong. It saddens me to see how it has been decimated since the end of the Cold War. Nevertheless, I know that VP folks are still professionals, just not as numerous. Nothing in my post-Navy career as a civilian executive has ever matched the rush of VP life. I truly value my days in VP-11 and VP-23. Our links to Brunswick are strong and our friends and neighbors still welcome us on our occasional trips back. Best regards..." [17AUG99]

JONES, Elmer c/o His Son Jeff Jones jljones@umr.edu "...I am looking for former crewmembers of VP-724 that may have served with my father, Elmer Jones. He was a radioman on a P2 during the early 60s ( 62 - 65 ) I believe. He had a buddy named Bill Spuhl that was an ECM operator in the same crew. I would very much like to suprise my Dad with some information from his old crew. Looking forward to hearing from ya...Also, the pilot for his crew was Commander Harry Hoffmeister..." [BIO Updated 24DEC2000 | 22DEC2000]

JONES, LT(jg) Ernest A. fiddlestik1@cs.com "...I served with VP-5 from August 1956 to July 1958 with deployments to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. I flew as Pilot and Co-Pilot/Navigator aboard LA-6 BUNO 128356 with E.T. BENNET as Plane Commander. I am now living in Tallahassee, FL..." [16MAY2011]

JONES, Gary N. jgjones@iland.net "...I served with VP-21 at NAS Brunswick, Maine in the fifties. I found out that NAS Brunswick, Maine was closed from a tourist from Maine and was wondering what was the status of VP-21 and are they having any Reunion. Anyone knows anything please let me know. Thanks..." [07OCT99]

JONES, Gene A. genesue3333@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-18 with a deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1961). I flew with Crew-6 (Radioman) which included LT Wintriss (pilot), LT(jg) (co-pilot), Bill Pryor (Plane Captain), Don Sims (Technician) and Don Huth (Technician). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [15JUN2014]

JONES, J. Miles c/o Dawn Reedy valdawn84@hotmail.com "...My father, J. Miles Jones, served with VP-49 NAS Bermuda (July 1951 to July 1954) and VR-31 NAS Norfolk, Virginia (August 1954 - January 1955). He would love to hear from anyone who knew him or was in his squadron..." [21JAN2007]

JONES, ADCS AW/NAC Jack Lee Retired blackcreekjack@aol.com "...I served (FE) with VP-62, VP-93, Commander, Naval Air Forces (CNARF) P-3 Class Desk and retired in 2002..." [21JUL2013]

JONES, James (Jim) C. Jgjshp@aol.com "...I served with VP-9 in 1951..." [13NOV99]

JONES, Jeremy bayou_boy1@excite.com "...I served with VP-11 from 1992-1996. I would love to get in touch with all my old Proud Pegasai buds. I am now with VP-10 after a grulling 2 years with VP-30..." [18SEP2002]

JONES, John (Jack) jsjones@eaglenet.com "...Was in VQ-2 from 64-69, flew as a flight tech on the Connies and was a member of the purple hat GAF gang. would like to hear from fellow Rota Rooters prior to the Reunion of the 63-66 gang. Served with VAQ-33 from 1969-79..." [20MAR98]

JONES, PH2 John Paul jpjones@cbs.comVAP-61 from 1969-1971. Worked in the photo repair shop maintaining and installing the cameras and camera mounts in the RA-3B. Wy wife hated Guam. I really enjoyed it, especially exploring the caves. Did detachments to Korea and Thailand. Later kicked myself for turning down dets to Australia and Da Nang to stay on Guam with my wife. I would like be in touch with Kenneth Setser, John Cartmill, Motika, Sablan, Nardone, any other Vappers of the late Viet era..." [15AUG2001]

JONES, AWCS(AW) J. J. Jjlynjones@aol.com "...Hello Shipmates. I served with VP-50 from 78-80, Reserve ASW Training Center 81-84, VP-65 from 84-88, VP-68 from 88-93, and currently back at Reserve ASW Training Center in NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Retiring January 99'. Looking forward to keeping in touch with so many VPers on the web and at the Reunions..." [09AUG98]

JONES, Jack A. jjones7422@aol.com "...How I enjoy the stories. I was an able bodied airman in VP-12. It was my second assignment as I went through boot camp in Deigo and was assigned to th NAS Photo Lab. Six months later I made a swap for VP-12. My first job was on the ramp driving the gas truck. I filled planes for some time until one day I failed to secure the gas filler hoses and it came out of the truck as I drove down the ramp. The Admiral came out of his office and chased me down the ramp. That was my last day on the gas truck. I was 6ft. 3in so I got in the beach crew as a side mounter. I put on beaching gear for some time and then made night check. Sy Sellers was Leading Chief, Buck Tuft (sic) was Metal Smith Chief, Elmer Parker was AMM2, L. L. Davis was an AP and Stinky Davis was a mechanic. I was sent to NAS Jacksonville, Florida for A school, about Jul 1940 just as the Squadron was deploying to Pearl. We had installed the rubber bullet proof tanks and some of the planes had to be fueled at sea as they didn't make it. I spent a lot of time in VP's, VP-7, VP-21 and retired from the Navy while in VP-44. Also VJ62 and ten years in air wings. I also taught at the Aviation Maintenance Officer School. My Navy training was real great and I went into NASA after retirement and was in the early Project Mercury Group. Put Al Shepard, John Glen and Scott Carpenter in their Capsules. I retired from NASA as chief of quality here in Houston and am chasing Grand kids. Love to hear from any Shipmates..." [15SEP98]

JONES, JAMES F. JIM4138@MSN.COM "...I was stationed at NAS Iwakuni, Japan from 1958-58 with VP-48 a seaplane squadron at the time (P5M's). We lost one on takeoff and several of the crew were lost. VP-48 rotated from NAS North Island, San Diego, California to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. Prior to VP-48 I was with FASRON 114 at NAS Kodiak, Alaska from 1955 to 1956. I've lost track of all my Shipmates except one. Will celebrate my return to civilian life on 3/31/99. Forty years ago..." [14MAR99]

JONES, John F. jjones7551@hotmail.com "...A good summary of the squadron's missions. However, it should also have included flights to Vietnam which precipitated the move to NAS Moffett Field, California. I had thee good fortune to servewith VR-22 from 1964-1965..." [27MAR2003]

JONES, AO1 John Curtis Retired jones1980@comcast.net "...I served with VP-44 from 1965 to 1967 and VP-60 from 1973 to 1994..." [11MAR2009]

JONES, Johnnie jajones4705@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-30 in 1980, VP-44 from 1980 to 1984, VX-1 from 1985 to 1989, CTF-67 from 1989 to 1992, USS Eisenhower (CVN-69) from 1992 to 1993, AfloatTraGruPac from 1994 to 1997 and TSC NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1997 to 1999 and transferred to Fleet Reserve 1999. I've enjoyed being in and around P-3's..." [E-Mail Updated 03AUG2004 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 02FEB2000 | 00JAN97]

JONES, AT2 Johnny J. jjjones638@aol.com "...I served with VP-50 from May 1959 until January 1962. We had 13 P5M2 Seaplanes. I was stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from May 1959 until we transpacked to Marine Corps Air Facility Iwakuni, Japan around March 1960. I remained at Iwakuni, Japan until I got out of the Navy in January 1962. I was an Aviation Electroics technician AT2. We experienced a loss of four our aircraft and 52 of our crewmembers. Some of the crewmembers that I remember were Johnny Fleming, Rene Gonzalez, E. B. Wilson, Conrad T. Cooper, Robert Tant, Wally Anderson (our Pilot) Martin H. Bell (my best friend). It would be great to be able to hear from some of my Shipmates..." [01MAY2004]

JONES, Kerry J. bbstacker_2000@hotmail.com "...Served with VP-93..." [E-Mail Updated 10JAN2001 | E-Mail Updated 29DEC2000 | 27MAY2000]

JONES, Kathryn jones.kathryn@juno.com "...I am currently an AMS3 onboard VP-9 Golden Eagles..." [22DEC97]

JONES, AX2 Ken "Kenny-Bob" krjones@gemsi.com "...I was an AX2 Groundpounder with VP-50 from 1979-1983. I have been reading some of the comments from old friends and remembering some of the best times of my life. Tony Gooch I tried to e-mail you but it came back undelivered. If you read this drop me a line. That goes for anyone who remembers me. I look forward to hearing from you. GO DRIFTY-FIFTY..." [12MAR2002]

JONES, Ken bro.kenjones@juno.com "...I served with VP-19 from 1966 to May 1969..." [E-Mail Updated 15FEB2003 | 03OCT98]

JONES, Kenneth E. markenjon@aol.com "...Flew in VP-46 as second ordnanceman onboard PBM-5As in 1952/53, then as first ordnanceman on the high tech P5M-1 during 1954/56. Deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines three successive times during my VP tour. Did watch navy/contractor testing on the P6M ("Seamaster") in San Diego bay in the early 50's. As well as the "Sea Dart" and the "Trade Wind"..." [04AUG2001]

JONES, Kristina deltafour07@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 (1989-1996) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with deployments to NAF Misawa, Japan and Desert Storm (flying out of NSF Diego Garcia)..." [28JAN2013]

JONES, SK3 Larry M. lmjjaj@verizon.net "...I served with VP-1 in Material Office from 1959 to 1960 with a deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. We were flying the P2V7 with YB-1 thru YB-12 tail numbers. I worked with JessBonati, Jerry, Vern Taylor and LT Briggs..." [16APR2011]

JONES, AX3 Larry eljay8750@yahoo.com "...Reported to VP-46 December 1971 at NAS Moffett Field, California as an AXAN. Went to NAS Adak, Alaska in March 1972 where I caught up to the squadron after C schools at NAS Moffett Field, California. Deployed twice to NAS Iwakuni, Japan but spent much time in Phillipines. Got to go many other places including New Zealand and Australia on SEATO exercise. Got out in March 1974 at NAS Moffett Field, California as an AX3. Still drive past NAS Moffett Field, California on occasion and have often wondered whatever happened to VP-46. Happy to see it still exists..." [E-Mail Updated 11MAR2011 | 03JUL2001]

JONES, Larry larryd95@yahoo.com "...I would like to hear from any flight crew members of VP-5 Patrol Squadron during late 1961 and early 1962 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida and NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment early 1962..." [29JUN2001]

JONES, AE Larry F. larry3jones@gmail.com "...I served with VP-19 (AE - P-2 to P-3) from September 1962 to August 1965 with a deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska in 1964 and flew with Crew-3. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 16JUL2010 | E-Mail Updated 16OCT2003 | E-Mail Updated 20JUL99 | 25MAY98]

JONES, AW2 Larry J. ljjones@frontiernet.net "...I served with VP-16 from 1967 to 1969. I was first technician on Crew 10 (Captains' Crew). Flew in operations out of NAS Keflavik, Iceland during the year when the squadron earned the meritorious unit commendation. Also during large NATO exercises out of Bodo Norway. If anyone on my old Crew 10 reads this please send me an e-mail..." [03AUG2004]

JONES, AMS2 Mark mark.jones71@cox.net "...I served with VP-22 from August 1972 to September 1975. I would like to hear from some of you old salts..." [E-Mail Updated 10OCT2009 | 30APR2007]

JONES, AFCM Marshall C. Retired marjo17@bellsouth.net "...I served with VR-24, NAS Key West, Florida from 1955 to 1957 as AD2 in Power Plants and as Flight Mechanic followed by a tour with VA-75 until selected for Connie FE School. I spent the next 7 years in Connies (VW-4 and Admirals plane in NAS Memphis, Tennessee). I went back to VA when promoted to E-8 ( VA-176 and VA-81) and served as AIMD Maintenance Chief for VP squadrons at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Retired in 1974 as AFCM..." [22FEB2009]

JONES, AFCM Newell E. Retired newelljones@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-42 (1964) with a deployment (Crew-1) to FASU/NSA DaNang, Republic of Vietnam. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [28JUL2011]

JONES, Phillip pgjones@prodigy.net "...I was in VW-13, 1962-1964, flew as radar tech with Crew 4, "Big" Tom Moxley's crew, the best in the squadron. I was in VXN-8, we had 3 names in 3 years but VXN-8 was the last, 1967-1970. Flew Birdseye most of the time. Spent one tour in DaNang flying Blue Eagle One. I was in VQ-1 two different times, 1970-1973 and 1975-1981. Crew 24 AES. Many happy hours flying PR-24 and PR-27. Saddest memory is returning from a mission on an EP-3 and seeing PR-24 being torn apart over at NIPPI..." [17JUN2000]

JONES, Phillip W. pwj50@aol.com "...I served with VR-30 (1969-1970) at NAS Alameda, California flying as crew aboard the C-131..." [05APR2017]

JONES, Ray B. rayjones@azone.net "...I was first radioman in BA-9 VP-47 from 1952 to 1955 (NAS Alameda, California, NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and Korea). Anyone in the squadron during this period I would love to hear from..." [E-Mail Updated 02JUN2005 | E-Mail Updated 02MAR2002 | 02NOV2001]

JONES, Richard comdrdick@aol.com "...I served with VP-934 (May 1955-August 1957) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and transferred to the Penn State's Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps (NROTC) program..." [27JUN2010]

JONES, Richard richardjones6938@att.net "...I served with VP-1 from 1957 to 1958 during its deployment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I was the Electronics Officer and we flew the P2V-5. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [12OCT2009]

JONES, Richard "Dick" apriljones49@aol.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1962-1965), VAQ-132 (1970) and VP-47. While with VQ-2 I flew as enlisted third seater aircrew in EA3B's. I flew a lot of missions with LCDR Dave Caswell, Mel Everhart, and Jerry Fox. My second flight squadron was VAQ-132 Scorpions aboard the USS America in 1970 in the Tonkin gulf in EKA3B's. Finished my career in 1978 with VP-47 as a mech on the T-56's. Would not call this the highlite of my career, so I retired and moved to Texas with my wife and two kids. Have not hit a lick since 1993, after I retired the second time, bought an RV and never looked back. Do as much fishing as I can and play a little golf. Have tried to locate Cdr. Caswell but have had no success. If anyone has any info I would be greatful. God bless to everyone..." [15OCT2014]

JONES, AXCS Rick jonesr@olg.com): "...I began my VP service as a Reserve AO2 with VP-69 flying SP2Hs (P2V7) in 1972-1973. I returned to active duty with a short tour in VA-305 in 1973. I changed rate to AX in 1974 and was sent to VP-66 where we flew P-3As and I qualified as an Inflight Tech. I then did tours with VP-65, AIMD NAS Glenview, Illinois, VP-60, Mobile Maintenance Facility Foxtrot, and completed my active duty at COMRESPATWINGPAC in 1990. I am now a Senior Associate with the management consulting firm of Booz-Allen & Hamilton supporting a Navy client at NAWCAD NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [05MAR2000]

JONES, Roger L. rog-2@xoommail.com "...I served with VP-4 from 1965 til 1967. Made two deployments to Japan. I left the squadron as an AX2. Worked in the electronics shop. Would like to hear from some of my old buddies who served with me in Hawaii and Japan..." [11JUN99]

JONES, Ron ronboat37@gmail.com "...I served with VP-11 (1965-1969) at NAS Brunswick, Maine as Radio Operator on LE-5 P2V and LE-1 P-3B BUNO: 153414, Pilots CDR Hartell, LT Nash, LT Read, LT Fry (TACCO), LT Nelson (Navigator), Al Galinas (Radar/ECM), Tim Tribou (Ord) and Bill Laughlin (FE). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 08FEB2017 | E-Mail Updated 10SEP2011 | E-Mail Updated 02SEP2011 | 20NOV2004]

JONES, AD2 Roy E. rej914131@aol.com "...I served with VP-29 from 1952 to 1954 in the Operation Castle. Have Picture of Engineering Department with all names..." [11DEC2009]

Shipmate Requested Name Removal  [Shipmate Removed 24JAN2003 | 29JAN2001]

JONES, CDR Scott D. Shipmate PixCirca 2005 http://reserves.navy.mil/ "...Commander Scott Jones was born and raised in Sacramento, California. At 17 years old, Commander Jones quit high school and enlisted in the navy where he served 6 years as an Electronic Warfare Technician. He completed Western Pacific cruises aboard the USS O'Callahan (FF-1051) and the USS David R. Ray (DD-971). Commander Jones attended night school for most of his enlisted years and in October 1987 graduated from National University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. He completed Aviation Officer Candidate School in 1988 and was designated a Naval Aviator in October 1989. After P-3 replacement training at VP-30 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida, he reported to VP-44 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. While attached to the Golden Pelicans he served as the Security Manager and Personnel Officer. Upon the disestablishment of VP-44 in 1991, he reported to the VP-8 Tigers assigned to Jeddah Saudi Arabia in support of Operation Desert Storm. While assigned to VP-8, Commander Jones served in several positions including Plans and Readiness Officer, Pilot Training Officer, Pilot Natops Officer and Safety/ Natops Department Head. He qualified as a P-3C Patrol Plane Commander, Natops Instructor Pilot and Beartrap Mission Commander. During his tour with VP-8 he completed deployments to NS Rota, Spain and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR with detachments to Europe, Greenland, and NAS Bermuda. After completing his tour with VP-8, Commander Jones reported to VT-27 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas where he served as a Primary and Intermediate Flight Instructor. While attached to VT-27, he was qualified to instruct in Basic Familiarization, Basic Instruments, Precision Aerobatics, Radio Instruments, Night Familiarization, Airways Navigation, and Formation flight. He concurrently held positions as the Assistant Safety Officer and Flight Leader. In August 1995, upon his release from active duty, Commander Jones affiliated with the fighting Totems of VP-69. He has qualified as Mission Commander, Patrol Plane Commander and Natops Instructor Pilot while serving as a Totem. He has completed detachments to Australia, Southeast Asia, Europe, the Pacific and the Caribbean. He served as Operations Officer, Maintenance Officer, Pilot Standardization Officer and Executive Assistant prior to his recent selection as Executive Officer. His military decorations include Navy Achievement Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal and various other personal and unit awards. In civilian life, Commander Jones is a 747-400 First Officer for United Airlines based in San Francisco, California..." [19JUN2005]

JONES, AKC St. Clair Retired st.clair.jones@navy.mil "...I served with VP-30 (1997-2000) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [10DEC2013]

JONES, Steve steve.jones110@att.net "...I served with VP-1 (1973-1977). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [24FEB2012]

JONES, Susan smchrist@atcnet.net "...I served with VP-31 (1970-1973) as an In Flight Observer (P-3A/B)..." [14AUG2012]

JONES, Ted TJones5413@aol.com "...Served with VPB-26 February 1946 to December 1946, VPMS-2 February 1947 to August 1948, VP-46 March 1950 to July 1952, and VP-47 June 1956 to November 1958. In addition I was a shipboard member of the USS Onslow (AVP-48) from November 1954 to May 1956..."

JONES, LCDR Thomas N. Retired tnjones55@earthlink.net "...I was a weekend warrier at NAS Grosse ILE, Michigan. As a member of VP-731 was recalled to active duty for the Korean War. We were flown to NAS North Island, San Diego, California were we were assigned 9 PBM-5 Mariner Flying Boats. I was a member of Crew-3. LT William O'Brien was the PPC. When our re-qulaification was complete we flew westward via Hawaii, Johnston Island, NAS Agana, Guam to our base at NS Sangley Point, Philippines. We flew patrols out of NS Sangley Point, Philippines, Buckner Bay, Okinawa, and for a seaplane tender in the Pescadory Island harborwest of Formosa. We also acted as the station A/C at Hong Kong to be available to evacuate Embassy pesonnel if the Chinese decided to invade. When our tour was complete were relieved and headed home. The take off was rough and when airborne found that our wing flaps had to be cranked up manually. When we landed at NAS Agana, Guam, we found that our hill was leaking so we were hauled out. The damage was serious enoujgh that we left SF-3 there and were flown to NAS NBorth Island in Navy (VR) transports. I was then assigned to NAS Pensacola, Florida as an instructor until my active duty times was up..." [10DEC2012]

JONES, Tom tjones57@tampabay.rr.com "... NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York FASRON-832 volunteer reported to VP-26 early 52 to late 53. Plane Capt Crew 7 NAS Keflavik, Iceland/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal Pilot was LtCom Schramm. Unlucky 7 (three lost) never had a crew 7 aboard..." [E-Mail Updated 11MAR2000 | 15JUL98]

JONES, Vernon p2vernon@aol.com "...Served with VP-1 from 1966 throught 1969. I flew as TACCO of Crew 10 on Buno 145910. Would love to hear from any crew and squadron members..." [31JUL2000]

JONES, Vic (JATO) U2Yogi@AOL.COM "...PPNAV/PP3P SP5B VP-50's last "boat" deployment NS Sangley Point, Philippines and CRB July 1966 - February 1967. We transitioned into P-3A's at NAS Moffett Field, California during 1967/1968 and deployed once again to NS Sangley Point, Philippines & CRB. We returned to NAS Moffett Field, California October 1968 and I returned to civilian life June 69. In 1972 while living in Boise I joined the Reserves up at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington flying SP2H's until leaving in 1975. I'd enjoy hearing from any squadron mates and swapping versions of those times..." [15FEB2002]

JONG, Bert de bertdaan@zonnet.nl"...I was a PEP Flight Engineer from the Netherlands within the VP-30 Squadron at NAS Jacksonville, Florida as an IFE and had a great time...I am back on the internet (160698) and the site is still looking great. I was in the VP-30 squadron from 1994 until 1997 where i served as a PEP instructor Flight Engineer. At the moment, I am back at the "home plate" in the Netherlands performing a "sea duty" tour in the 320 squadron at NAS Valkenburg. Just want to tell all my friends in the USA I am still here and maybe we'll meet again, so long guys...I am (we are) allmost done. The Dutch government killed the subkillers by selling our updated P-3's to Germany. They are blind to what we realy do such as druginterdiction-, coastguard-, fisherypatrol-, polution-, humanitarianflights, you name it. So now we have to teach the Germans how to fly P-3's, than go find an other job. Looking back to a great time in the P-3 community as a FE with over 6000 hours. I'm gonna miss it big time. Greatings from Holland. (VSQ-2, VSQ-320, VSQ-321, VP-30) Present Ops.O. on NAS Valkenburg. See ya and take care..." [E-Mail BIO Updated 14JAN2005 | Updated 19JUN98]

JONGEBLOED, AT2 Ken kenlogi@aol.com "...I served in VP-7 from 1952 to 1954 as a flight crew radar tech, nick name was "Yogi." Sister squadron was VP-8. Squadron was based at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Was on Crew 9, Lt. J.A. Cochran was the plane commander. Made the 8-month transpac to Japan. The 1953 Iwakuni, Japan deployment enlisted crew was: Schwarze-Plane Capt, Leach-1st Mech; Chief Ward-Ordanance; Bell-1st Radio; Tibbetts-2nd Radio; Jongebloed-1st Tech; and Small-2nd Tech. Be glad to hear from anyone in the squadron at that time..." [Updated 15JUL98 BIO Updated 26JUL98]

JOHNS, AT3 Roger rotajohns@hotmail.com "...I was in VX-4 from 65-67. Like to get in touch with old members..." [15MAR2005]

JORDAN, AX2 Dan d.jordan@multitest.com "...Served aboard VP-47 (1979-1983) as a groundpounder, and as an "I" level Instructor at NAMTGD at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1983-1987. Just checking in..." [E-Mail Updated 27SEP2000 | E-Mail Updated 18FEB99 | 01DEC97][ICQ# 33220220]

JORDAN, Don longbal@community.net "...Served with VPB-130 and VPB-131..( 1945-46)..." [11FEB98]

JORDAN, Jack jjordan@lcc.net "...I spent time with some great guys in 72-75 with VP-4. We deployed to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines in 72 and Naha, Japan in 74. Great times. Anybody know how to contact AWC Jim Basse?..." [16JUN98]

JORDAN, Jerry c/o his friend Darold J. (Jim) Stafford, AVCM USN Ret jimmcpo@yahoo.com "...I just met an ex VP Comm. Officer and Pilot who served with VP-28 during the 1955 - 1957 years. His name is Jerry Jorden and his wife is Betty. They met while he was on deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. If any of his old Shipmates/crew in on line here, I will be glad to pass the info on. He isn't on line at this time..." [E-Mail Updated 03DEC2002 | 10AUG99]

JORDAN, Larence R. "Rod" realrod@att.net "...I served with VP-42 from 1956 till 1959. Flew as first radioman in P5M Martin Marlin seaplane. Squadron based state side at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. Two tours at NS Sangley Point, Philippines patrolling the china coast. We lost one plane and five good Shipmates on second tour..." [22APR2009]

JORDAN, CWO4 Larry P. Retired woforet@sc.rr.com "...I served with VP-4, VP-16, VP-17, HS-5 (1959 to 1961), VS-24 (1963 to 1967), FAETUATL (1967 to 1970), ADCOP Palomar College (1971 to 1973), CPW-5 (1976 to 1977), ASWOC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (1977 to 1979), and FCTCLANT Dam Neck..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 19FEB2004 | E-Mail Updated 27DEC2003 | 14DEC98]

JORDAN, Maryann (Godek) MAJ805SAJ@aol.com "...I was stationed at VC-8 08-74 through 03-75. Had a great time! I'd like to hear from the waves that were there. Linda Abernathy, Donna, Terry Delk, Sue Bombalicky, and any of the Admin friends. God bless you all! Maryann..." [E-Mail Updated 02FEB2002 | 26SEP2000]

JORDAN, Mike MJor767@aol.com "...Joined VP-22 in Nov 1964. Did the P.I and NAS Adak, Alaska deployments. Went to VP-31 as instructor in Sep '67. Joined Delta Air Lines '69. Retired in April '01. Would love to hear from anyone especially Crew 9 and Crew 4 folks..." [24JUN2001]

JORDAN, Mitch jordo@mediaone.net "...I'm currently stationed at VP-5 (AW2)..." WebSite: http://www.jacksonville.net/~jordo/ [19MAY99]

JORDAN, AW2 Paul crew2ewo@yahoo.com "....I served with VP-4 (04/198801/1992) with deployments to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, NAS Adak, Alaska and NSF Diego Garcia/Masirah, Oman for Operation Desert Shield/Storm (EWO on CAC-2) and ASWOC/TSC (06/1992-02/1995) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I joined the Army National Guard in 2000 and Hawaii Army National Guard (01/2005-01/2006) for OIF 3 with the 1st Infantry Division as an Infantry Squad Leader (01/2007-06/2007) when my deployment was cut short by a roadside bomb. Spent time as an Observer/Controller at FT Riley, KS training Military Transition Teams (I even talked to a few VP Sailors that were deploying as Iraqi Army advisors). Reclassed into an Intelligence Analyst in 2009 and spent the next 2 years in Korea. I am currently at Fort Drum, NY with the 10th Mountain Division. We are currently preparing to deploy to Afghanistan in January as Combat Advisors to the Afghan Security Forces..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 17SEP2012 | BIO Updated 18DEC2006 | BIO Updated 18JUN2003 | E-Mail Updated 17APR2002 | BIO Updated 29MAY2000 | 31OCT98]

JORDAN, PR1 (AW) Rob jordanrw@navair.navy.mil "...Was at VXN-8 89-92 for my first tour. Went on to VFA-86 where I ran into Ed Zawacki while I was on liberty off of the USS America CV-66 in St. Thomas. Figures I'm on a aircraft carrier and he is on a cruise ship! Went on to AIMD Cecil Field, then VFA-136 till 97. Am now at Naval Aviation Depot Jacksonville getting ready to go back to sea duty. Would love to hear from any old World Travelers out there! Drop me a line..." [28MAY99]

JORDAN, AE Steve SAJordan@owh.com "...Was at VC-8 from Nov 73 through May 75..." [05AUG98]

JORDAN, Tom tomjrd@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-6, VP-31, Commander Naval Air forces Pacific (CNAP), VP-47, Fleet Aviation Specialized Operatonal TRaining GRoUP PACific (FASOTRAGRUPAC) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, VP-50 and ASWOC NAS Moffett Field, California..." [22NOV2012]

JORGENSEN, Wally "Grub" jorgewc@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1973 to 1978. Made deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NS Rota, Spain and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (how I loved NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal). Now I work for the USACE making electricity. Hello to all of my "OLD" Shipmates may we someday meet again before my brain rots the rest of the way..." [E-Mail Updated 21FEB2008 | E-Mail Updated 09OCT2001 | 23DEC98]

JORGENSON, Carrol fadeddenim@aol.com "...I served in VP-47 from 70 to 73, with Crew 11 as radio operater in 1970 and with crew 1 as flight technician in 72/73. I went to work with Lockheed California Company in 1973 and worked as a tech rep on P-3A/B/C at NAS Moffett Field, California from 74 to 76, with VP-46 in Iwakuni in 1975, with all NAS Brunswick, Maine squadrons from 76 to 83, All NAS Jacksonville, Florida VP squadrons from 83 to 85 and then to U.S. Customs Service in Corpus Christi where I am still an employee of Lockheed (now Lockheed Martin) working on P-3 aircraft, as an avionics tech rep on the Customs Service P-3-AEW Rotodome. It was really good to find some of my old crew mates in this site..." [13FEB98]

JOSEPH, ATC Charlie Retired cjoseph@eagle1.eaglenet.com"...VP-30 (P3C In-flight Tech Instructor) and AIMD, NAS PAX River, MD. Retired in 1976..."

JOSEPH, ABHC Alvin Retired alvin1941@yahoo.com "...I was in the Navy for thirty years and VP-40 was my best duty station. I loved working with the crew. I was the line CPO from 1980-1983. I made two back to back deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan..." [23FEB2003]

JOSEPH, James jjoseph@glccomputers.com "...Howdy to all the 1st Radio Research Company. I was stationed there 68-69. I sure wonder what has happened to all of us. I have run into and seen some old friends but still have a lot more out there..." [23MAR2001]

Shipmate Requested Name Removal  [Shipmate Removed 29JUL2002 | 28JUL2002]

JOSEPH, Jerome soubihe1@yahoo.com "...I served aboard NATTC Norman, Oklahoma (AMM tool Shops) from 1942 to 1945. I worked with Bob or Bill Myers, Bill Messner, Joe Bramwell, Don Hensel and Leonard Ludtke (to mention a few). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [31MAY2011]

JOSEPHSEN, Edgar "Joe" "...VPB-25 (WWII) Mr. Edgar "Joe" Josephsen, 29 E Lindsay Rd, Cammanno Island, WA 98292-8725, 360-387-2727..." http://www.warships1.com/reunion_airgroup.htm [21DEC98]

JOSLYN, AW1 Dave Retired dave1788@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-9, VP-16, VX-1, CPRW-10, Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational (FASO) NAS Moffett Field, California and Commander Fleet Air Keflavik (CFK) NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [22MAR2011]

JOYAL, Robert robertjoyal@yahoo.com "...I served aboard the USS America (CV-66), USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69), Fleet Activities Command (Sasebo, Japan), VP-4, Atlantic Fleet Audio Visual Command at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VP-50 (1989-1992), NAS Brunswick, Maine (1992-1995) and retired. I am now retired with my five children full gown and 5 grand daughters. I currently am a Sergeant with the North Carolina Department of Corrections..." [12JUL2013]

JOYCE, ADR2 Jack (JJ) jj3460@gmail.com "...I served with VP-6 from 1962 to 1965 as an ADR2. Would like to hear from anyone in VP-6 during these years. Would like to connect with old friends and squadron mates!..." [E-Mail Updated 15JUN2008 | E-Mail Updated 20FEB2002 | BIO Updated 07FEB2002 | 21DEC99]

JOYNER, Big Jim jjoyner@clscc.cc.tn.us"...Would like to contact former members of the squadron VP-19 out of moffet field Ca..."

JOYNER, AOC(AC) Larry R. Retired ljoyner2@cox.net "...I served with VP-23 from December 1965 to April 1970. I was an Ordnanceman with CAC-2 and stayed with that crew the entire time I was with them. I still can remember all the crewmembers names and faces like it was yesterday. I saw an entry from one of my pilots, A. B. Shuman. I will try to send him a message. Like he stated he was suprised to see our A/C 141250 picture in the web page. I was also glad to see it. I spent a lot of time riding the afterstation positioned in the right seat. Before I left the squadron I had accumulated over 3000 hrs. I continued in the Navy and retired with 20 yrs and then entered Civil Service with the Navy and now have over 38 years total combined. Boy am I ready to stop this and do something else. Before I retired though I was able to fly in the C1A COD with the USS Kennedy so I was able to fly in something most of my career, though not as exciting as the old SP2H. I am glad I found this web page and hope some of the boys in VP-23 remember me and drop a line. Thanks guys I miss it still!..." [E-Mail Updated 04MAR2009 | E-Mail Updated 31MAY2001 | 26OCT99]

JOYNER, Mike mjoyner@usa.net "...I am a TACCO with VP-10 CAC12. I have been a part of the Squadron since January of 1996. I have deployed to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, Panama, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and now NAS Sigonella, Sicily..." [07APR99]

JOYNER, AE2 Richard rickjoyner@charter.net "...I served with VP-69 from 1985 to 1988 also spent time in AIMD..." [27MAY2009]

JOYNER, Ronald M. ronjoyner2@cs.com "...I served with VP-16 (1963-1966), VP-5 (1969-1972) and VP-11 (1974-1977). I would love to here from old Navy buddys..." [05MAY2000]


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