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Memorial Picture "...KEEHAN, James F...(Served with VP-10 1957-1961) - James F. Keehan Resident of Mountain View James F. Keehan passed away on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Mtn. View. Husband of Cecilia Keehan. Father of Jay (Kaoru) Keehan and Sarah Keehan. Grandfather of Eugene Keehan. A native of Pittsburgh, PA. A veteran of the U.S Navy and Naval Reserves in Alameda, Jim was a commercial pilot for Pan American Airlines, followed by Delta Airlines, and then he retired after 29 years. Services were held. Interment at Alta Mesa Memorial Park, Palo Alto. I love you so much, Dad, xoxoxo. Remembrances may be made to the San Jose Repertory Theatre (http://www.sjrep.com/support); the Air Line Pilots Association Emergency Relief Fund at http://www.alpa.org/ReliefFund or to the ALPA Scholarship Fund (Governing Bodies Support, Air Line Pilots Association, 1625 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington DC 20036). - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/mercurynews/obituary.aspx?n=James-Keehan&pid=167489384..." Contributed by WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. vp10_archives@juno.com [14OCT2013]

Memorial Picture "...KEENAN, James Francis "Frank"...I am doing research on the Navy service of my father, James Francis "Frank" Keenan. He served in the Navy during the Korean Era and afterwards, including with VP-42. He was discharged in 1962 as an Ensign. He passed away several years ago, but I would like to hear from anyone who remembers him from the Navy as soon as possible. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in Advance...His Son Frank Keenan bff1865@aol.com..." [28NOV2000]

Memorial Picture "...KEITH, PhM Ellis...My Father, Ellis Keith, was a Pharmacist Mate during WWII, and flew on PBY's from the USS Tangier (AV-8), while she was in New Guinea, 1944, and USS Currituck (AV-7), during the Philipenes Invasion. I have had no success at finding out what squadrons were attatched to these two ships during 1944. Dad passed away in May 1956, of liver problems contracted while he served in the SW Pacific, and also had severe Battle Fatigue, or PTSD as us Nam Vets call it. Since I was only 8 years old when he passed on, I never really got to know much about him, and my Mother never talked about his wartime experiences. Any assistance would be of great help. If you also know of anyone that flew with these squadrons, I would appreciate being put in contact with them. Sincerely, Kenneth Keith delta_snipe@yahoo.com..." [01OCT2009]

Memorial Picture "...KELLEY, CAPTAIN Alfred G. Jr...Captain Alfred G. Kelley Jr. USN RET, 82, of DeLand, FL passed away on Thursday, October 27, 2011. Alfred was born on May 8, 1929 in Boston, Massachusetts and six weeks later his mother, Verna Leighton Kelley, returned to Lubec, Maine, where he was raised along with his grandparents Leon and Ida Leighton. Alfred attended Lubec schools and graduated with his class after enlisting in the US Navy in 1946. He married his childhood sweetheart Delora Huntley Kelley (Daughter of Erma and Herbert Leighton Huntley) in November 1948 and she was his wife and partner for almost 63 years. He rose through the ranks to Petty Officer First Class in 1951, and was selected for Officer Candidate school. He was commissioned Ensign in 1953. After graduation he was assigned to VP-22 followed by a tour in ZP-2. He was assigned to Surface Warfare and served as Navigator on the USS Northampton (CLC-1), Executive Officer on the USS Truckee (AO-147) and as Commanding Officer of the USS Valcour (AVP-55) Flagship of the Middle East Force. He graduated from USN Post Graduate School (BS), George Washington University (MS), and the Naval War College with distinction. He retired in 1976. Alfred was a 60 year member of the Masons Washington Lodge #37 AF & AM Lubec, lifetime member of the American Legion and the VFW. He resided at the Cloisters in DeLand with his wife Delora. They attended the Chapel there led by the Reverend David Meyer. In Lubec they attended the Christian Temple Church. Alfred's favorite Bible verse was John 14:2. Survivors include: his beloved wife Delora Huntley Kelley, her sister Muriel Huntley Doran, his three children Linda Kelley Stewart (Arthur), Alfred G. Kelley III "Skip (Wanda), Cindy Kelley Martin (Joseph), twelve grandchildren, twenty two great grandchildren, one great great grandchild, and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of Alfred's life will be held Saturday November 5, 2011 in the Atrium at the Cloisters, 400 E. Howry Avenue in DeLand at two p.m. A funeral will be held at a later date at the Christian Temple Church in Lubec, Maine. He will be interred at the family plot. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make donations to:Christian Temple Church, P.O. Box 190 Lubec, Maine 04652 or Vitas Hospice of Volusia County 2381 Mason Avenue Suite 100, Daytona Beach, FL 32117. You may share your memories with the family at http://www.lankfordfuneralhome.com. Lankford Funeral Home in DeLand is in charge of arrangements..." Contributed by Linda Kelley Stewart gammiepie@yahoo.com [28SEP2012]

Memorial Picture "...KELLY, Hubert C...My Dad, Hubert C. Kelly, passed away August 29, 2008. Dad proudly served with VP-203 as a FE and gunner. He served from June 1942 until December 1945 and received a commendation from the Navy for action on a patrol plane on January 5, 1944 in the Atlantic Ocean..." Contributed by Tammy Kelly Packard tkpackard@yahoo.com [30MAY2013]

Memorial Picture "...KELLY, MCPO Jack D...Services will be held for Jack on Monday, October 2, 2006 at 1:30pm at the Hooper and Weaver Chapel 459 Hollow Way, Nevada City, CA 530-265-2429. We mourn the passing of Jack D. Kelly, age 69, who went home to be with The Lord on September 28, 2006 after a long illness with cancer. Jack was born Jackie Dale Kelly in Baxter Spring, Kansas, in 1937 to Ines and James Kelly. He later moved to Joplin, Missouri where he lived until he joined the Navy in 1957 at age 20. In Joplin, he met the love of his life, Betty and they were married Oct. 5, 1958. Jack was a proud Veteran of the United State Navy and served his country for 22 years. He was in VP-22, VP-40, and VP-19. He retired as a Master Chief Petty Officer with a Navy Retirement Ceremony at Moffett Field in San Jose, CA in 1979. During his Navy career, Jack traveled the world from NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Kodiak, Alaska to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, and the Philippines. He was a pitcher for a squadron slow pitch baseball team, while stationed at NAS Moffett Field, California. Upon his retirement, he went to work for Rolm Telecommunications, IBM, Seimens for 15 years as a technical instructor and retired in 1994. After living in San Jose, CA for 32 years, he and Betty retired and moved to Lake Wildwood and the Grass Valley area in 2001. Jack loved playing golf and woodworking, fishing, boating, and visiting with his friends and neighbors. He loved his family and grandchildren and family barbeques. He was an excellent BBQ chef and cooked many loving meals for family, friends, and neighbors..Jack and Betty took a trip to Ireland in 2000 to watch their son, Shawn Kelly play in the PGA Cup Matches US vs Britain in Ireland. Jack kissed the blarney stone (as if he needed to). Their daughter, Cheryl and husband also went and we all saw Ireland for the first time. Jack is survived by his loving wife of 48 years, Betty Kelly of Lake Wildwood., his daughter, Cheryl Lynn..and her husband Raymond Leon of Lodi, CA and his son, Shawn Michael Kelly of Auburn, CA .and Tracey Kelly of Rocklin, CA. Cheryl Leon is a nurse and dedicated her loving skills to her Dad during his long illness. He is survived by five grandchildren: Benjamin Raymond Leon, Jacqueline Lena Leon, and Nicholas Raymond Leon; Jessica Nicole Kelly and Ryan Patrick Kelly. He is survived by his brother William (Bill) Kelly and wife, Linda of Tehachapi, CA and his sisters: Alta Smith of Joplin, MO and Earlene Barcom and husband Charlie Barcom of Benson, AZ. He is survived by his nephews: Bill Kelly and wife Bernie of Texas and his children, His nephew, Steven Kelly and his wife Shannon and their children, and his nephew John Kelly and his wife Kathy and their family...James Stephens chiefp3@aol.com..." [03OCT2006]

Memorial Picture "...KELLY, LCDR Jessie H...I must sadly report that LCDR Jessie H. Kelly passed away August 7, 2009. Jessie enlisted in Navy in 1949 and retired in 1982. He served with VP-40, VP-42 and VP-46. Barbara Kelly kellyalso@yahoo.com..." [09MAR2010]

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Memorial Picture "...Shipmate Pix Circa 1944 KEMPER, William James "Bill"...My father, William (Bill) James Kemper, passed away September 25, 1999. Dad served with VP-209...Patty Jessen pattiaj@leeschools.net..." [27JUN2008]

Memorial Picture "...KENNEDY, MCPO James P...I was 16 when my Father, James P. Kennedy, passed away. Dad served with VP-11 and VR-3. I know Dad flew out of NS Rota, Spain in 1960 and NAS Brunswick, Maine in 1962-63. I would like to hear from any of Dad's former Shipmates...Jim Kennedy wokbts@aol.com..." [14NOV2008]

Memorial Picture "...KENNY, David...I was in the Army but had a very good friend named David Kenny that was in the VP's at NAS Brunswick, Maine and has gone to that big Aircraft in the sky. Rest now Brother!...1SG David C. Pinkham (ret) retired_couch_potato@hotmail.com..." [20MAR2002]

Memorial Picture "...KERR, AD1 Charles "Chuck"...AD1 Charles "Chuck" Kerr passed away in July, 2011. Chuck served in VP-24 (VA(HM)-13) (1956-1960) and commissioned VP-30 on July 1, 1960. He was an excellent Plane Captain/Flight Engineer and will be sorely missed..." Contributed by McCOMAS, AVCM Finis "Mac" Retired mcporet@newwavecomm.net [03OCT2011]

Memorial Picture "...KLENNER, Carl...I'm looking for Shipmates that may have known my father Carl Klenner. He served with FAW-7 ( NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England) during WWII. He was with HEDRON (HEaDquarters sqadRON). Before that, he was at USN PFS, Chapel Hill, NC, NTS Bainbridge, MD, NATTC Jacksonville, FL, NATTC, Memphis, TN, and NAS Bunker Hill, IN. After the war ended and he left England, he went back to NATTC, NAS Norman, Oklahoma, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, and NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Please let me know if you knew him. I'm trying to put his story together. Thank you...His Daughter Trish Ravits trishravits@comcast.net..." [E-Mail Updated 24AUG2005 | 01JAN2002]


KEATING, Michael keatsdude@cox.net "...I served with CPRW, VP-4, VP-9 and VPU-2..." [E-Mail Updated 10JUL2009 | 08MAY2008]

KEATING, Mike mike.keating@riley.army.mil "...I was at NAS Glenview, Illinois as a civilian from 1988 to 1994 as a firefighter (Captain). Really miss the place. There was a lot of history there. Was amazed at all the comments and shocked to hear about Hangar One. Working for the Army now (civilian) and sure miss the Navy way! God Bless & Stay Safe..." [01APR2003]

KEATING, AT Steve keatingsteve69@aol.com "...I served with VP-66 (1972-1977) in Work Center 210..." [03FEB2015]

KECK, Randy keck.randy@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-30 from 1979 to 1983, VP-56 from 1983 to 1987 with deployments to NS Rota, Spain, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily and back to VP-30 from 1987 to 1991. Any chance to catch a Space A flight on a P-3 as a Navy Retiree..." [16JUN2010]

KEDZIOR, AD2 Ed bandekedz@aol.com "...Reported for duty VAW-12 September 1957, deployed aboard USS Essex November 1957, Carrier Quals, December 1957, USS Forestal, Carrier Quals, January 1958 Detactment 43 USS Saratoga Med Cruise. Discharged VAW-12 August 1959..." [01OCT2002]

KEITH, Fred S. Retired awot@nctc.com "...I was stationed at ASWOC NAS Keflavik, Iceland from 81-84 as watchstander and PFA. Would like to hear from anyone stationed there during my service. I was OT1 at that time. Currently retired and living in the hills of Tenn..." [28DEC2004]

KEITH, Matthew jmkeith@tsixroads.com "...I served in VP-73 (VP-AM-4) in 1946 to 1948. I would like to hear from anyone in the squadron during this period. The CO'ss were H. C. "DIXIE" Miller and C. F. Vossler..." [10FEB2002]

KEEFE, ARM2 L. J. verkeefe@bestweb "...I was in the USN from March 1944 to July 1946. Trained at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in Radio School, Gunnery and PBY's. Further training in NAS Hutchinson, Kansas in PB4Y-1 (B-24). Back to NAS Jacksonville, Florida for training in PB4Y-2 (Privateers). Then out to NAS North Island, San Diego, California for more training with VPB-197. Then to MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Finally wound up in Eniwetok Island with VPB-121. The war was over and they did not know what to do with me so I wound up in NAS Tanapag Harbor, Saipan, Marianas Islands in CASU F 48 flying PBM's and PBY's for testing purposes. Being the youngest I did not get discharged till 1946. Rate of ARM 2/c CA V6. I had abot 700 hrs in my log books. Can anyone tell me any information abot my travels as I am now 77 yrs of age and realize I did contribute something to the war effort. At the time I was just having a grand adventure , flying and operating a 50 caliber turret. I was also a good radio operator. Never forgot the code..." [30MAY2004]

KEEFE, AD1(AW) Robert RobsZR2@hotmail.com"...I am currently with VP-46 as an AD1 Flight Engineer. I served with VP-11 from January 1995 until decommission and with VP-16 from January 1997 until January 2000..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 19MAY2002 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 14JAN2000]

KEEFER, Dennis keef_25@juno.com "...I served with VU-10 (05/1965-05/1966) at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I kept the pilots log books. I had very many memberable moments serving there..." [22NOV2011]

KEEL, Percy B. pbk@hiwaay.net "...Served in VS-2D-13,later changed to VS-50, also served in VS-20. Would like to locate some buddies if possible. William Joseph COLLINS, from PA and Francis V. Hodges enlisted in Houston,TX. Home was Ardmore,OK. Have tried several times to locate, but never had any luck. Hoping you may help me. I have their Serial Numbers. Look foward to hearing from you..." [30SEP2000]

KEEL, Thomas W. Retired tkeel@comcast.net "...I served with VP-22 from 1952 to 1954. I made the Okinawa deployment in crew 1 and the NAS Kodiak, Alaska deployment in crew 5. Retired in 1975 after broken service..." [E-Mail Updated 16FEB2003 | 27OCT2002]

KEEN, David V. chiefkeen@yahoo.com "...I was in VP-8 from 81-84, this was my first VP outfit and I came in as AMS-2 Keen and when I left I was AMS-1 Keen. I then reported to NATTC Memphis for Instructor duty at the AMS"A" School. I went to VP-67 in 87 until it was decommissioned, and then retired in 84 as AMSC (AW) Keen. I have seen several shipmates in the Millington area over the years, but since all of the Aviation schools went to FL. there just aren't too many anymore..." [17AUG2000]

KEENAN, Harry Retired cplhenry@hotmail.com "...I served in VP-30 until January 1984, then in VP-16 until June 1989. Retired In Mayport in 1995 on USS Kennedy (CV-67). I thought about you guys every time a hot rod hit the flight deck. Thanks!..." [08FEB2002]

KEENAN, Thomas hangerbay3@email.msn.com "...I SERVED IN VC-33 IN 1955 TO 1956. MADE A MED CRUISE ON BOARD THE LAKE CHAMPLAIN CVA-39. THATS WHEN WE WERE STATIONED AT NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey OR POMONA, NJ..." [02JUN2001]

KEENE, Jerry keenej@lac.losalamos.nm.us "...Arrived VC-8 March 72 shipped out to NAS Miramar in 74. I worked in the parachute riggers shop (AME3) with Frenchie LaMarch, Hancock, Ungefer & Smitty. Worked on F-8s, A-4s, H-3s, S-2s, P2s. Loved them NATO exercises. Lost an A-4 pilot while I was there. Put a P2 and a A-4 in the water no injuries. Great memories..." [02DEC98]

KEENEY, ARM3 Joseph Stimmel Shipmate PixCirca 1944 Shipmate PixCirca 1942 c/o His Daughter Jacque Morehead jkmrhd@aol.com "...Joseph Stimmel Keeney, from Walkersville, MD entered service at NRS Baltimore, MD on 60JUN42; NTS, NOB Norfolk, Virginia; Armed Guard Det. Sect. Base, Little Creek, VA; RS So Brooklyn N.Y.; TRANSTRAINRONLANT NAS Norfolk, Virginia; ARTU RSM So Annex, NOB Norfolk, Virginia; Scouting Sqdrn 63 Hdqrts Sqdrn 92 NAS Hutchinson, Kansas. He was in the first PB4Y Line Maintenance (PATSU7-1) school graduation class at NATTC NAS Hutchinson, Kansas that graduated on May 27, 1944. His rank was ARM3. He was PATSU7-1 Hedron, FAW-7 in NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England 1944-45. After England he was traiing in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in prepration to go to Japan. Then the war ended. He was discharged 10-9-45. He was also a survivor of the explosion at NAS Norfolk, Virginia in 1943. I am looking for his school mates from NAS Hutchinson, Kansas (who also served with him in England): Johnny A. Johnson, Tommy Joe (W.T.) Meador, Irvin "Sneezie" Berlinski, P. D. Keefe, Jack Szollosi, J. G. Beveridge, and anyone who remembers him. After the war Dad worked as a radar technician, then as a supervisor for FAA in Norfolk and Leesburg Center, Virginia. He passed away from Altzheimers January 1996. I would love to hear form anyone who served in these scenarios of WWII. I am putting together a book of his experiences. Thanks!..." [22JUN2001]

KEHEW, YN2 Roger rgrkehew@gmail.com "...YN2 VAW-88. Spent six years, 1971 through 1977, with this unit under commander Knobloch. Wonder of any of us are still around. Sure would like to see CDR, probably now ADM, Knobloch again..." [E-Mail Updated 18OCT2010 | 22NOV2005]

KEHL, Randy randy_kehl@hotmail.com "...I served in VP-46 from 1989 - 1992 as an IFT. Anyone out there that remembers me, drop me a line and we can catch up on the good ole days!..." [26JUL2007]

KEIL, Don donlk@webtv.net "...Served with VP-772, VP-17, and VAHM-10. I flew in the PB to the P2V-6 from 1953 til 1956 as an AT Radar/Radio..." [12JUL98]

KEIMIG, AMH Randall Retired RandJ@aiic.com "...I served in VP-5 the Mad Foxes in airframes under AMSC Novotny from 1981 to 1985. We were the frame dogs. Deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily twice and NS Rota, Spain once. After VP-5 went to NAS Fallon to F-18 and could never get back to P-3's. was an AMH now retired..." [29AUG98]

KEISTER, AD3 Alan akeister1@verizon.net "...I served with VS-21 from May 1986 to May 1989. I did half of 1986 WestPac and all of 1988..." [08MAR2008]

KEITH, Calvin Carl (OKIE) keithpb4y2@aol.com "...Entered R. M. Finleys crew #6 as 1st Ordinanceman and Bow turret gunner July 1944. Left for home from Okinawa on August 18th with Finley and crew 6 with my AC wings w/three stars. In 1948, I received from Navy Dept., DFC, 2 Air Medals, and VP-118 Presidential Unit Citation, Asiatic Pacific, National Defense, Good Conduct, and WW2 Victory Medals. What a helluva year long ride with another OKIE (Finley) who I found later to have earned the Navy Cross. Thank you Mr. Finley Sir. Carl Keith, an OLD CROW..." [13AUG2001]

KEITH, Robert "Wolfman" robert.keith@pope.af.mil "...I served in VP-44 NAS Brunswick, Maine from January 1981-1984. I worked in the Power Plants section (WC120), my nick name was Wolfman. Some of the names I see are familiar, wish there could be a picture attached. I am very interested in this site and hope to hear from anyone who might recognize my name. I am active duty AirForce now, 6 months until retirement..." [15MAR2001]

KELBERER, Gary ADAKGAK@aol.com "...I served with VP-8 from September 1974 to October 1979. I was an AW assigned to Crew 8..." [14JAN2002]

KELEDEI, CDR Raymond F. Shipmate Pix http://www.naswi.navy.mil/vp-46/xo.html "...Commander Keledei received his commission as an Ensign through the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps Program at University of California, Berkeley in June of 1986. After attending flight training at NAS Pensacola, Florida and Mather AFB in Sacramento, California, he was designated a Naval Flight Officer. After completing Fleet Replacement training at VP-31, CDR Keledei reported to VP-1 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, where he served as Legal Officer, Tactics Officer and NATOPS Officer and deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska; NAS Cubi Point, Philippines; NSF Diego Garcia and the Arabian Gulf in support of Operation DESERT SHIELD. In September 1991 CDR Keledei joined the Royal Navy as an exchange officer. Upon completion of Advanced and Operational Flying Training in Sea King helicopters, he received his wings as an Observer (Naval Flight Officer) and reported to 819 Naval Air Squadron in Prestwick, Scotland. There he served as the ASW Officer and Deputy Ops Officer, qualifying as Aircraft Commander in both the ASW and SAR missions. CDR Keledei was next assigned to the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN at NAS Alameda, California where he served as the Operations Administration Officer and Tactical Action Officer, deploying to the Arabian Gulf in support of Operations SOUTHERN WATCH and VIGILENT SENTINEL. He next reported to CPW Pacific Fleet at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as Tactical Support Center Operations Officer prior to his Department Head tour in VPU-2 where he served as detachment OIC, Administration Officer, Maintenance Officer, and CTG Operations Officer, deploying in support of Operations SOUTHERN WATCH and ALLIED FORCE. From August 1999 through June 2002, CDR Keledei served in the Pentagon on the Chief of Naval Operations' staff. His assignment in the Operations and Plans Directorate included scheduling the Navy's Carrier Battle Groups, Amphibious Ready Groups, air expeditionary, and reconnaissance forces. He was also one of the principle action officers for planning Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM. His most recent assignment was Current Operations and Plans Officer at U.S. Naval Forces Central Command / FIFTH Fleet in NSA Bahrain for Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and the execution of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. CDR Keledei's awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (2 awards), Flight Strike Medal (2 awards), Navy Commendation Medal (6 awards), the Navy Achievement Medal, as well as unit commendations and awards..." [24APR2005]

KELL, Daniel dan.kell@attws.com "...I was in VP-40 (76-80), VP-31 (80-82), VP-46 (83-87), and finally VP-31 (87-88). It was really fun seeing some old Shipmates names. Hope to hear from some of them. While I know it wasn't all fun I can't seem to remember the bad times anymore!..." [04JAN2000]

KELLAR, Fred fk1@suddenlink.net "...I served with VPB-111 (03/1945-02/1946) flying with Crew-13 (LT(jg) Peebles Pilot), NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York and NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey. Reenlisted (12/1944) and reassigned to VB-81 (SB2C Squadron) aboard the USS Princeton (CV-37). Right back to the Philippines for their independence day (04JUL1946). I transfered to VP-32 (08/1946) at NAS Tanapag Harbor, Saipan, Marianas Islands until my discharge (04/1948). Went home to Illinois and found a 27 year career with Prudential Insurance in Illinois, Kansas, and Arkansas. Retired as state Manager in Little Rock 1983. Started an independent agency an d another 27 years before finally quitting for good. Still stay in touch with another Peebles crew member, Dewey Rainey, in Jackson, MS. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [12NOV2015]

KELLEHER, Gary grrk2@msn.com "...Just wanted to say hi to any and all of my Shipmates that were in VP-7 from 1966 to 1969. I flew on crew #4 and later on crew #14 as the Julie/ECM operator. I really enjoyed being with you all and thank God today that while we flew together we all came home safe. I hope this message finds you all doing well and if anyone want to drop me a line you will hear back from me. Does anyone remember Dennis Moore? He was the Jez operator on the same crew and I lost touch with him when he shipped over and went to "B" school and I got out and went to college. If you know anything about him please let me know. Best regards..." [23JUN2005]

KELLER, James K. jazfujim@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-50 (1977-1981) with deployments to NAS Midway Island, NAS Adak, Alaska, NAF Misawa, Japan, NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan..." [24JAN2013]

KELLER, AE2 Joe Shipmate Pix jgkeller1@gmail.com "...I flew with VQ-1, Crew 36 from 1975 to 1978 as an ELINT Op. I may be remembered as "Got 20 bucks till payday?" That was a long time ago. EWAC initially was LT Klopf then LCDR Atwood after Klopf rotated out. There's a few videos of us on YouTube thanks to Ron Foster (Philippines, Midway, Taegu and Guam). The memoriesare are still vivid even though the videos are jittery. We're gettin older day by day, some of us aren't in shape anymore and some of us still are. Thanks to the internet some of us are even in contact with each other. Nostalgia is wonderful when you're almost 60. When you pass 60 sometimes nostalgia is better than Samsonite. I've been living in Southeast Asia for 30 years now. If you take my military time into consideration and that means I've been here for nearly 40 years. ANyone hear from Jig Dog (he signed me off as an op)..." [PIX Added 07NOV2010 | 06NOV2010]

KELLER, Robert rlkeller@whidbey.net "...I served with VP-1 from 1991-1994 in NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..."

KELLER, ADR1 Frank Retired burr65@aol.com "...I served in VP-19 in '56-'57 as PC in Crew 8 and in VP-17 where I had the power plant shop at night until making cruise to Alaska in 1963. There I had the NAS Adak, Alaska detachment..." [BIO Updated 12AUG98 | 26JUL98]

KELLETT, PN1 John jkellett@yorkmold.com "...I was a plank-owner in VP-64 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Due to an employment transfer, I dropped out of the squadron in 1977. It is a move that was necessary at that time but one that I regret to this day. I had already spent four years in the USN, from 1958 until 1962 but was just as proud to be a CONDOR. At that time we were one of only four combat ready squadrons on the East Coast. I was privileged to be on 2 deployments to NS Rota, Spain; one to NAS Bermuda; and the transition from P2V to P-3A at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I'd like to hear from old Shipmates..." [17APR2001]

KELLEY, CAPTAIN Alfred G. Jr. Retired akelley7@cfl.rr.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1955 thriugh 1977 Crew 3, Crew 2, and PPC Crew 11..." [E-Mail Updated 19SEP2008 | 17FEB2003]

KELLEY, Andrew andrew.kelley@WPAFB.AF.MIL "...Served in VP-10 from 70-73 as Radio Operator and Inflight Technician for CAC-9. Deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily ('71), NAS Bermuda/Purto Rico ('72) and NS Rota, Spain ('73). Presently working as a program manager with the USAF Special Operations Systems Program Office..." [20JUL99]

KELLEY, William T. IV rebelsax6569@aol.com "...I served in VP-49 between 1966-'67. We were based out of NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and our squadron patch was the 4 quadrant " No Sanctuary in the Deep " Participated in Nato exercise at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR in '67. Really enjoyed my time with the squadron! Can still hear the sound of those turbos. Went from VP-49 to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and finished my tour there until end of summer in 69. Had a blast there too. Only shock was I left sunny,warm NAS Bermuda and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR in February and went to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. What a take up! Ha Ha..." [26FEB2005]

KELLEY, Douglas dougkelley@betsievalley.net "...I served with VR-13 in the Admiralty Islands from 1944-1945..." [11FEB2003]

KELLEY, Larry ckelley@mcn.net "...All you guys from PBM-5 squadron VP-892, especially Crew 5, hope to see you in July at Seattle. Come back at me when and if able..." [18MAY2000]

KELLEY, Ron rontkelley@aol.com "...I served with FASRON-114 from 1954-1955. We had got hold of a 1936 Chev Pick-up to run into town what a truck mech brakes, etc. It was a good time up there would like to here from anyone remembers. Thanks..." [21JUN2002]

KELLEY, Jim Jimchark@cs.com "...Brings back a lot of old memories. I was a TACCO in VP-50 from 1971 through 1973. Transitioned from the P-3A's to the P-3 Charlies and loved them both. Would enjoy hearing from anyone that served in the Blue Dragons around that time..." [03OCT99]

KELLEY, AME1 John jopaco@tm.net "...I was in VP-93 from 1980-1985 as a SELRES, then 1985-1989 as a TAR. I was the Career Counselor for most of those years except when Bob Donnelon and I ran the line shack. Mike Kurtz and I put together the greatest Christmas parties the squadron ever seen! I then went to VP-68 from 1989-1993. From there I went to VP-92 from 1993 to current. I transferred VP-92 from NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts to NAS Brunswick, Maine. I look forward to hearing from all of you. One more tour and it's retirement time...I left VP-92 1 Aug 99 and went to NARA Selfridge, Michigan after completing Instructor school in Great Lakes..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 22SEP99 | 30JAN99]

KELLEY, Jim hitchrac@worldfront.com "...I was in VP-1 from initial forming in 1947 til August 1949. We had no planes for the first few weeks at NAS Miramar. VP-1 later moved to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (Ault Field). We spent time in NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Kodiak, Alaska on a rotating basis. Would be interested in hearing from anyone in VP-1 during that time..." [13JUN2000]

KELLEY, John Robert c/o Daughter Melissa Leffler mjleffler@comcast.net "...I'm hoping someone can help me out here. My dad, John Robert Kelley, was in VP-10 in NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1972-1973, and he's looking for his old buddy George Lauze, who lived in Lewistown, Maine during that time. If anyone has any information on George Lauze, or if you know a John Kelley from Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, please contact me. Dad doesn't have a computer, so I'm posting this message for him. Thank you!..." [22DEC2004]

KELLNER, James P. (Jim) kellnerj@msn.com "...I served with VP-40 in NAS North Island, San Diego, California from February 1964 to November 1966 on Crew 8 as a Radio Operator..." [14DEC2000]

KELLOGG, ATS2 Harold hgkellogg@outlook.com "...I served with VR-8 (06/1959-10/1961) at NAS Moffett Field, California (crewman aboard the C121-G Super Connie), VP-48 NAS North Island, San Diego, California and VP-47 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California (crewman aboard the P5M). After serving in the Navy I relocated back to the SF Bay area and worked for several aerospace companies. On that day, April 12, 1973, (SEE: In Memorial for (VP-47) lost friends April 12, 1973) I was working at ZETA Labs in Mountain View, about a mile from the approach end of the NAS Moffett Field, California runways. I felt the building shake and then a rumble. I ran outside and saw the black smoke just behind some houses. I ran down the Bay Shore Frontage Road to the Sunnyvale Golf Course and to the burning aircraft. At first I could not understand what the situation was, the smoke was so thick that I could not see the P-3-V under the Convair 990. I saw some golfers trying to break in the cockpit windows of the 990 but the glass was too thick. Their clubs just bounced off the glass. I could see the pilots hanging from their seat belts but they were not moving. The golfers and I were very upset that they could not break in. I did not have anything that I could use for a club so I looked around but the heat was getting very bad. The firemen then arrived and took over and cut into the aircraft with a saw. As I walked back to work - to the Frontage Road - I saw some golfers playing tho as if nothing had happened! What die hards. Nobody has mentioned it but I think that the NAS Moffett Field crash crew drove their trucks right through the boundary fences of NAS Moffett Field - across both north and south bound lanes of US 101 and the median barrier between them and through all the fences to get to the crash site. They weren't fooling around! I remember that the local hospital had been prepared for receiving many crash victims but only one was brought in to the ER room! I returned to the crash site about two weeks later, the golf course had been restored so that I could not tell what had happened a few days earlier. God bless all of the crewman that were killed and the lone survivor of that tragedy. It will be 44 years since this has happened but I can recall it as if it had happened yesterday. This is a solemn reminder that even in peace time, Freedom is not Free!..." [26FEB2017]

KELLY, AE Dan dan.kelley@verizon.com "...I served with VP-48 from 1977 through 1980. Would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [02APR2004]

KELLY, Bob bkelly@brokersys.com "...I served in VP-2 from September 1966 to July 1969. I joined the squadron on deployment in NAS Iwakuni, Japan and three days later went to Saigon to join Crew 11, Fred Miller was plane commander and Pete Soffman was co-pilot. I eventually served in the training comand as Instructor pilot in VT-28. Went from there to P.G. School and then to the USS Coral Sea CVA-43 first as Asst. Flight Deck Officer, then Hangar Deck Office, and after Port Call in Sasbo, Japan, Flight Deck Officer. I then served at the Human Resources Management Detachment at NAS Alameda, California, the Naval War College, VP-9 and finally NAS Moffett Field, California. I retired in October 1983. If any of you know the whereabouts of any of the VP-2 Shipmates contact me..." [15DEC99]

KELLY, Dan Su8Pack@aol.com "...I was in VP-66 from 72 to 78. SS 1/2 Jez. Great memories. Flew P-2's for a couple months before the P-3's came on board..." [01APR98]

KELLY, Frank fklongbeach@aol.com "...I served with VAW-12 from 1959 to 1963 mostly with Detachment 41 on the USS Independence as a Plane Captain. Hope to hear from any of the guys..." [13JUL2006]

KELLY, Frank L. fkelly2@socal.rr.com "...I served with VP-50 in NAS Alameda, California and NAS Iwakuni, Japan in 1954-55. I was an AT2 in SE 1 Bu No 84730. The Skipper was Commander D.C. Davis who was also the Squadron commander. I have a number of pictures of 84730 (1 Boat) and of crew 1 and our crew patch..." [E-Mail Updated 21MAR2001 | 12FEB2000]

KELLY, Gary gkelly@adt.com "...I served with VP-50 from 1976 to 1980 and participated to deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, NAS Adak, Alaska, NSF Diego Garcia and I'm sure some others I can no longer remember. I would love to hear from anyone who served with me during that time. I got out of the Navy in 1986 after a rather messy divorce in which I received custody of my 4 children. The judge in the case told me I had to choose between parenthood and the Navy, as a single Father could not be going out to sea for any length of time and leaving the children. I have since remarried and am living in Malabar, FL (near Melbourne/Cocoa Beach) and work as a national trainer for ADT Security. Let me hear from you if you remember serving with me..." [25MAY2004]

KELLY, JOHN "MEAT" AND MARY "IDLER" jfkiii@gateway.net "...SERVED VQ-1 (89-92) VPU-1 (93-96) STATIONED AT NAS OCEANA VA. VF-101. GIVE US A HOLLER! HARD CORE 34..." [23JUL98]

KELLY, Michael mhkelly@bresnan.net "...FTAS Tech, TSC NAS Adak, Alaska 4/77 - 4/78, Radio/IFT VP-6 12/78 - 2/82, ASWOC NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii - 2/82 until my escape on 2/2/85. Olongopo, Osan, Dodge, and Djibouti. Oh the sweet sound of a hydrophone wrapped around a Charlie and a 40 lb. bouy banging away on the hull! Would enjoy hearing from any of you former Sharks (circa. 78-81)..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUN2007 | 15OCT97]

KELLY, Michael H. mhkelly@bresnan.net "...COMPATWINGSPAC Det. NAS Adak, Alaska 77-78, VP-6, Crews 1 & 3 IFC 78-81, CPW-2 82-85..." [05FEB2006]

KELLY, Pat pkelly@dfn.com "...I served in VP-47 from 1961 to 1965. I was the radio operator in Crew 1, the skipper's crew, the Skippers were Commander Dow and Commander Smithy. In 1962 the crew became Crew 7 and I became the Radar/Mad operator. Did the 1962 deplyment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and Cold Bay Alaska and the 1964 deployment to PI. Would like to hear from other Shipmates of that era..." [17MAY98]

KELLY, Paul pjkelly927@gmail.com "...I began my service with VP-23 in Jan. of 1960. The squadron was deployed at the time and the new members were kept back to clean out the barracks and hangers. I deployed to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba followed by NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I was part of a 3 plane detachment as ground personal. I was in the squadron during the Cuban Missle Crisis. Some time later I was deployed to Suranam. My final deployment was to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. My Naval service ended in April of '63. I would like to hear from other Shipmates who served during the same years...." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 24JAN2011 | 21FEB2009]

KELLY, Paul pekellyco@comcast.net "...I spent over 16 years as a drilling reservist. I'd like to contact other members of 90 who have e-mail addresses..." [E-Mail Updated 13MAR2005]

KELLY, Robert E. r.e.kelly@usa.net "...I joined the Navy in June 49. Went to AT/AL School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee from 8/50 to 6/51. Then more school at FAEBETUPAC NAS North Island, San Diego, California. Finally to my squadron VS-931 at NAS Los Alamitos, California. VS-931 was a reserve unit being brought up to strenth before deployment to Korea aboard the Scicily. We stopped at NAS Atsugi, Japan from time to time. On return to the states VS-931 was sent home to NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Us regulars stayed at NAS Los Alamitos, California and formed VS-20. Both units flew the H/K team of AF2W & AF/2S aircraft the largest single eng AC in the navy at the time flying from CVE's and CVL's why not big plane small ship. I was a radar operator at the time starting in the S and Moving to the W. as rank dictates. I Finished the navy teaching with FAEBETUPAC at N.I. in June 54. Late I joined the USAF went to a cadet program was commisioned and ended up with SAC flying the a RB47H on recon flights with the 55th SRW. If there are any old Shipmates out there please contact me. I located Bobby Dyer another AL while on the net..." [04AUG99]

KELLY, CDR Scott "Beaker" Retired scott.kelly@mindspring.com "...I served with VP-45 from 4/81 thru 5/84; NAV/COMM, TACCO, Mission Commander and NFO NATOPS evaluator. After VP-45, picked up an MSEE at the Naval Postgraduate School, then USS FORRESTAL (CV-59) as TAO and ASW Ops and Plans, then to NAVSEASYSCOM in Washington as a program manager in the Weapons and Combat Systems Engineering Directorate. I left active service as an LCDR in 1991 and entered the Navy Reserve. I was with TSC-0466/0966 through fall 94, then entered the Air Systems Program (and changed designator to AEDO) where I retired as a Commander in the fall of 2000. In real life, I'm a Senior Executive (partner) with Accenture in the Technology Consulting practice (still playing with computers after all these years), based out of Atlanta. Would be delighted to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 01APR2007 | 20FEB99]

KELLY, AMS2 William Thomas "Bill" and "Kelly" bbkelly4u@yahoo.com "...In 1957 I was attached to VP-836. I flew with them for several years at NAS New York, New York and then became a stationkeeper. I was discharged in 1963 as an AMS2. I am currently a senior inspector with U.S. Customs stationed at JFK/Airport. Would love to hear from anyone from VP-836 or NAS New York, New York. Regards to all..." [E-Mail Updated 20FEB2009 | 08AUG2002]

KELLY, Tom tdbmk@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-10 from 1980-1983 with two tours in NAS Keflavik, Iceland! Would like to hear from any old Shipmates..." [27APR2000]

KELLY, Tom takadac@msn.com "...In mid-1970 I came to VP-46 from VW-1 (where an engine out was an emergency, not a loiter NATOPS SOP). So when flight shut down the second engine (without briefing the crew as to my imagined impending ditching) I started grabbing my survival vest and wondering if we had time to don chutes. As everyone went about their duties as if nothing was happening, I came to appreciate the many advantages of the P-3B over the EC-121. That was a jam-packed adventuresome couple of years. How many people can say they saw the mountains of the Kamchatka Peninsula and the shores of Guam in the same month? I was working at Onazuka Air Station in 1998, which is adjacent to what we all knew as NAS Moffett Field, California (now Moffett Municipal Airport!). I took a coworker on a tour of those incredible hangars. Shipmates, it was like touring a mausoleum. All three hangars are empty (almost as bad, the St.James Infirmary burn to the ground that same year). The thousands of flights to all points of Westpac are history now; the hundreds of flight crew are old guys. But those were the days my friends!..." [06JUN2000]

KELLY, Wiliiam D. (Bill) SHUTTERMANKELLY@AOL.COM "...SERVED IN VP-21, FROM NAS Brunswick, Maine PLANE LH-12, 1959-1960. MADE TWO DEPLOYMENTS 1959 TO MALTA AND 1960 TO ICELAND. SKIPPER WAS BOB NELSON, CO POLIT WAS LTJG..." [19SEP2001]

KELSAY, AECS(AW) Ken Retired asw31@comcast.net "...I served with VP-56 from 1973 to 1976 and 1978 to 1982. I was in the AE Shop and later Maint Control. Made 1st class and Chief while in VP-56. It is sad to see that so many we served with are no longer with us..." [31JAN2008]

KELSAY, Les kelsay@jrb.nola.navy.mil "...I was a proud member of the LIONS from late 1980 til Jan of 1988. What great memories from those days, the best time of my life in the Navy. From 90 I did a tour and an instructor in Millington TN then down to New Orleans where I did one tour at AIMD and finally VR-54. Yes I said VR. Met alot of good people in 54 but my heart will always be with the Lions. I'm retired and working at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana (some don't know when to quit) and look forward to hearing from fellow Lions!..." [30AUG2000]

KELSEY, ADC (AW) ALAN CINALK@AOL.COM "...I was with VP-26 from July 84 till Oct 87, also with VP-11 from April 91 till February 95...I am now in HM-53 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 10DEC99]

KELSEY, AFCM (NAC) Charles F. (Skip) Retired kelsey@shadetreemotors.com "...Served in VS-23 from summer of 1954 till 1 March 1956. Attached to Line division as AD3, later promoted to AD2 while deployed on USS Princeton CVS-37..." [20APR2002]

KELSO, AWC(AW) John kelsoj_98201@yahoo.com "...I was assigned to VP-5 as an Acoustic operator from July 1988 to September 1993. Instructed at VP-30 from November 1993 to April 1996. USS Abraham Lincoln from October 1996 to October 1999. Currently assigned to VP-46..." [E-Mail Updated 10NOV2001 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 13NOV99 | 13FEB98]

KELTON, Douglas W. douglas_kelton72@yahoo.com "...I served with VS-35 (07/1972-02/1973). Have been trying to get info about VS-35 deploymets when it was deployed on the USS Ticonderoga (CVS-14) for the WesPac/Vietnam tour of duty we were sent on around that time. Need to find out what role we played in the mining of the Haiphong Harbor while deployed there. The Veteran's Administration is saying that it didn't happen but I have a DD-214 that say's we served there and earned a Vietnam Service medal w/one bronze star. Can I get any help from anyone..." [16AUG2013]

KEMP, Howard E. cva34boats@aol.com "...I served in VW-1 on NAS Agana, Guam from 1960 - 1961. I looked up the squadron patch on the logo's page and it brought back old memories. I would be interested in talking with others who served with VW-1 during this time..." [10MAR99]

KEMP, ATN2 Terry southernmom15@hotmail.com "...I served with VT-2 (1964-1967) at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [04OCT2013]

KEMPTON, CS1 Robert Leo scottyrk@comcast.net "...I served aboard the USS Pine Island (AV-12) as a Commissaryman 1st Class (ships cook) from August 1947 to May 1950..." [08AUG2007]

KEMSKE, AMM3 Paul A. (Ski) paulski33@earthlink.net "...I served with CASU 37 NAS Agana, Guam from November 1944 to December 1945. Our unit serviced all the planes at NAS Agana, Guam. I would like to get in touch with any Shipmates that are still around. These are the Shipmates I remember: James Gunther, Chief Gormley, Fahie, Mayfield, Johnny Flatko, Frenchy, Reds, and Jackson,Swede. Please get in touch with me if you read this message..." [18APR2004]

KEENAN, ADJ2 Mike EMjkeenan@aol.com "...I served with VC-8 from January 1976 through August 1979. I served under 3 CO's. My first 2 years I worked in the Power Plants shop mostly on A4Cs and TA4Js. Was turn qualed and CDI. I crossed over to P2s. Stayed in PP till late 78 and then went to Aircrew on the P2s. Was with the last group to go tru 3350 engine school in NAS Memphis, Tennessee. Always had a good time with the folks at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, still miss it sometimes. Roomed with Dave Pence, Chet Michna, and Jim Glasscock. Worked with Shorty Culberson, Fred Schultz, Felix Otoso, & Willie O. Would like to hear from anybody out there from those days. Also would like to know about the last P2 crash who was on it and what happened, saw it on the news back in the states. Also can somebody fill me in on when the last Neptunes headed to the bone yard..." [22AUG2001]

KENDALL, George skytrainii@hotmail.com "...Joined VR-30 on my first tour out of ADJ "A" school in 1973, one month after the frist C-9B joined the squadron. My very first flight with the squadron was in a C-1A. But I wanted to be a C-9 aircrewman which was my billet. I achieved 2000 hrs on the 9's and loved every hour of it but cheerished my 300 hrs in the C-1A's much, much more. I stayed with the squadron and the C-1's from 1975 until they moved the C-1A's on perminent Det south to NAS North Island, San Diego, California. The Det eventially became VRC-30. That is when I started to fly the CT-39's for achieving 500 hrs. I stayed in NAS Alameda, California with VR-55 finishing out my nine years as the squadrons FCPC NATOPS Instructor back on the 9's..." [23APR2012]

KENDAL, AT1 Russ russk@rkendal.com "...I served with VP-67 NAS Memphis, Tennessee from 1972 to 1976 and VP-64 NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I flew as Radio and In Flight Technician on P2's and P-3's..." [10DEC2003]

KENNADY, AE2 George ggpe@comcast.net "...I served with VP-9 (12/1965-01/1968) with deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines and NAS Adak, Alaska. I flew with Crew-12 as Julie/ECM aboard the P-3A and P-3B. Was discharged (01/1968) shortly after deploying to NAS Adak, Alaska..." [BIO Updated 07AUG2017 | 11JAN2015]

KENNEDY, AZ72 Bill billkenn_2005@msn.com "...I served with VT-27 (Data Analyst) at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from 1965 to 1968. Great tour of duty..." [19MAR2011]

KENNEDY, Bill aqua165@cfaith.com "...Went to VP-57, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from Aviation Prep School, NAS Norman, Oklahoma in 1955. Deployed to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and NAS Adak, Alaska as 2nd Radioman with Crew 8, LCDR Brown I think. Still remember all the missed (GCA) approaches. Was with the squadron when it was redesignated VAH-4. Left in 1957 for NATTU at NAS Olathe, Kansas, then to VF-213, NAS Moffett Field, California and WESTPAC Cruise aboard USS Lexington (CVA-16), then to VU-5 NAS Atsugi, Japan then VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida and out. Great memories. Still attend USS Lexington (CVA-16) and VF-213 Reunions..." [E-Mail Updated 16FEB2004 | 26DEC2001]

KENNEDY, ADC Charles A. Retired Squid4093@aol.com "...VP-9 74-77, VP-31 77-81 and VP-47 81-84, All ways looking for old Shipmates and if any one knows a Paul Purse VP-47 75-78 and also he was in VP-91 and a very close friend of mine and my wife PLEASE HELP us find him, lost contact. Also looking for Dwayne Sherzwinger goes by S+10. GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY Shipmates FORM THE PAST..." [03SEP98]

KENNEDY, CDR Craig M. http://www.unl.edu/nrotc/Instructors/instructors.htm "...Commander Kennedy received his commission in 1979 upon graduation from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He attended Naval Flight Officer (NFO) training at NAS Pensacola, Florida and Mather Air Force Base, earning his "Wings of Gold" in September 1980. Following initial training at VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, Commander Kennedy reported to VP-5, where he served as Human Relations Officer, Personnel Officer and NFO Training Officer. During this tour, he deployed twice to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and completed a split deployment to NS Rota, Spain and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. He then attended the Naval Postgraduate School where is received a Masters of Science in Systems Technology in September 1986. CDR Kennedy next served as Air Transfer Officer and Assistant Air Operations Officer onboard USS RANGER (CV-61), deploying to the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans. Following his disassociated sea tour, he reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron ONE (VX-1), where he served as Training Officer and worked on several Operational Test and Evaluation (OTE) projects including the MK 50 Lightweight Torpedo. This tour was followed by his department head tour with VP-26, where he was OIC of the squadron's 3 plane, five crew drug interdiction detachment to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and again deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. CDR Kennedy then reported to the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) in April 1993, where he was in charge of the command's two Automated Data Processing centers and three Special Communications Centers. After ONI's reorganization, CDR Kennedy become the Operations Officer for the Systems Directorate, ensuring the smooth daily operation of an organization of over 300 military and civilian workers. He then spent 18 months in training before reporting in January 1998 to the U.S. Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria as U.S. Naval Attaché. He arrived as the Executive Officer of the NROTC Unit, University of Nebraska in February 2000. He became Commanding Officer in Aug 2002..." [13JUN2003]

KENNEDY, AE3 David W. dk5502001@yahoo.com "...I flew as a crewmember with VP-19 out of NAS Alameda, California from July 1959 to August 1961. I was an ECM operator and Radar along with electrician duties. I would very much like to hear from any former Shipmates from that era! We had a sea duty tour to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and NAS Adak, Alaska during that time..." [09MAR2002]

KENNEDY, FRANK FKVR53@AOL.COM "...SERVED WITH VP-45 NOB NAS Bermuda 1960-1962. ANY OLD Shipmates OUT THERE?..." [18SEP98]

KENNEDY, J J jjpk@flash.net "...I served with VP-24 1963 to 1966. I flew co pilot on crew 12, 8, and 4. Spent my deployments in NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NS Rota, Spain, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, Gitmo, and we all went to R R for Springboard. Hello Bruce Herman and Ken Pearl,where are you?..." [03JUN98]

KENNEDY, AT3 Jack jack.kennedy7@gmail.com "...I served with VP-64 (1990-1993)..." [23AUG2012]

KENNEDY, Jerry c/o Daughter Diane M. (Kennedy) Graves D42398@aol.com "...My father (Jerry Kennedy) was in VP-211 and was on a plane that flew up and down the eastern coast of South America. I am trying to locate the group of men that he flew with. One of his best friends in the group was Phil Weaving. My father's job on the plane was the radar and he mentioned that he also had a gun to shot out of the plane while they were looking for German submarines. Does anyone know of the the rest of the men who were in his group on his plane and if there will ever be another Reunion. I think the last one was in Boston about 10 or 15 years ago. Thank you for any help that you can give me..." [15APR2000]

KENNEDY, Jim JKK1015@aol.com "...Was stationed in NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island in summer of 1956 in VX-6. Went to McMurdo Sound in December 56, wintered-over as part of Operation Deefreeze II, and returned to NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island in December 57. Looking for any of the other VX-6 or Construction Battalion folks who wintered-over at McMurdo or Little America during this period..." [08JUN98]

KENNEDY, CDR John A. Shipmate Pix Iraqi 2003 fiveelevenheaven@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-48 (Nav/Comm and TACCO/MC) from 1984 to 1987. We deployed to NAS Misawa, Japan/ NAS Adak, Alaska in 1985 and to NAS Adak, Alaska in 1986. My skippers were Falls, Speed, Bushnell, and Eiesle. Go Boomers! I then served with VT-10 from 1987 to 1990 as an T-47 flight and academic instructor followed by VP-65 (TACCO) from 1991 to 1998 (Great time - Miss being a member of a squadron). In March 2003 mobilized for on a two year recall to active duty to U. S. CENTRAL COMMAND as J3 Theater Information Management Chief in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Recalled indefinitely into the 1600 community (Information Professional or "IP) in January 2005. Assigned to CNE-C6F staff. "USN" for first time in career! Married, 5 kids. Still have my Boomer checks..." [E-Mail Updated 17JUN2008 | BIO Updated 08FEB2006 | WebSite Added 11NOV2004 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 15JAN2004 | E-Mail Updated 28SEP2000 | 30OCT99]

KENNEDY, AT3 Stewart "TEX" soundude50@hotmail.com "...Served in VP-9 from 73-76, Iwakuni, NAS Misawa, Japan, and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. Looking to contact anyone during that period of time of service..." [E-Mail Updated 16MAR2001 | 12JUL98]

KENNEDY, AZAN Todd "Toad" kplaster@pacbell.net "...I was an AZAN in Maintenance Control at FASU in 1972. Like to hear from those in that time frame. Then went to VP-48 at NAS Moffett Field, California. I have pictures of stuff, people, planes, China Beach. Remember trips to Ubon?..." [13APR2002]

KENNEY, Bill kenney747@aol.com "...Was with VX-6 summer of 65-66 Loadmaster C-130 at McMurdo and would like to contact anyone stationed there in that time period to laugh about old times and tell of stories only those there could appreciate..." [13MAR98]

KENNEY, Brian b.kenney40@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-19 from 1988 to 1991 and its disestablishment. I was a member of CAC-5 and made two deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan. After leaving in 1991, I went to Ohio State University and graduated in 1996 with a degree in Marketing. I am currently working for Mettler-Toledo Inc. in Columbus, Oh. as a Marketing Manager. I would love to hear from old crew mates from that time..." [E-Mail Updated 23SEP2009 | 29AUG2000]

KENNEY, ATCS Jeffrey JEFFIS1IFT@aol.com "...I'm currently assigned to CRPWP at NAS Moffett Field, California. Served in VP-65 1980-84, VP-62 1984-87, VP-91 1987-92, and VP-62 again from 1992-96 was an IFT on P-3A/B/C IFT is the best position on that aircraft love to here from shipmates..."

KENNEY, JOHN F. jfk@bwave.com "...SERVED AS Plane Captain VP-21, 1960/1963-RETIRED US NAVY-NASA 1996. CURRENTLY, FBO MAINTENANCE MGR-SUSSEX AERO MAINTENANCE, GEORGETOWN, Phone: (302)856-7059. WOULD ENJOY HEARING FROM Shipmates. POSSBILY PURCHASING A P2V7 IN FULL MILITARY CONFIGURATION - AIRWORTHY - CALL ME FOR DETAILS - 8 TO 5 EST...I served with VP-21 1960-1963 Plane Captian on Crew 7. I still have all my cruise books and patches. I look at them from time to time really miss the crew thing. I am presently flying on weekends on a Mitchel B-25 to air shows as flight mech. It's great fun. We also have a P2V in the workings and hope to have it on board by Dec and flying the air show circut next year. We operate out of Georgetown, DE..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 08SEP2000 | 30JUL98]

KENNICUTT, CDR Roger T. Retired tkennicutt@aol.com "...I served with VP-67 from 1971 to 1973, VS-31 (Active Duty), VT-27 (Active Duty) and NARDT NAS Olathe, Kansas..." [15JUN2009]

KENNON, ATC Dave Retired ldkennon@mindspring.com "...I served with VP-45 from 1976 to 1979 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily and VP-44 from 1983 to 1986 with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. First install of the S-3 ISAR radar system in a P-3..." [20MAY2011]

KENT, AE3 Jerry soupy7123@webtv.net "...I was an AE3 in the ground crew of VP-47 from 7/51 thru 10/52. I was on BA-1 on a liberty /loot run to Japan prior to it's fatal crash in Hong Kong harbor. On the way back from Japan I got off at Okinawa where the seaplane tender was deployed for a months tour. The next flight out of NS Sangley Point, Philippines with half my sea-bag aboard . I still think of my liberty in Japan & those crewmen that were lost. I have one great picture of a couple of the crew-men in Japan..." [08FEB2002]

KENT, John D. john_kent@learoyd.com "...Served in VQ-2 from 1982-1985 in AE shop. I was an EWOP on both the P-3 and the Whale, qualified P-3 & A-3 NATOPS Eval, A-3 Crewchief. Would like to hear from any Shipmates I may have served with. Come visit me at Atlanta National Golf Club or send e-mail..." [03FEB98]

KENTON, Jack jfkenton@gmail.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1962-1964) aboard the EC-121 as Co-Pilot. When I wasn't flying I was Assistant Division Officer for the Electric Shop and then Engine Shop. I still remember the flights around the German border, Black Sea and Cuban Missle Crisis..." [E-Mail Updated 20MAR2012 | 24FEB2000]

KENYON, Harold hck@esrta.com "...I served with VP-19 (1980-84) at NAS Moffett Field, California and flew with Crew-6 (Turbine Cowboys)..." [E-Mail Updated 29SEP2014 | 27MAR2005]

KENYON, Howard R. Shipmate Pix howardkenyon8@wowway.com "...I served with VP-11 as a Gunner aboard the "Pistol Packin' Mama" at NAF Biak Atoll, Schouten Islands, Dutch New Guinea during WWII. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [PIX Updated 24JAN2015 | E-Mail Updated 29JUN2014 | E-Mail Updated 20JAN2014 | 29OCT2013]

KEPKA, CDR Robert L. Retired VP-892/VP-69/VP-0122 roblk@wa.freei.net "...Was in USNR-R for 42 years, with 30-some years on flight status. I was told it was a NAS Whidbey Island, Washington record..." [16SEP99]

KERLEY, Lee c/o FRITSCH, James jffrit@worldnet.att.net "...Served with VP-145 based at NAF Natal, Brazil. Would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [18JAN2002]

KERLIN, David yankeeprow@aol.com "...I served with VR-6 at McGuire AFB in New Jersey from 1955 to 1958. We were part of the evacuation of Hungary and the relocation of the refugees to Camp Kilmer in N Jersey. I would like to find memrobilia of VR-6 and any Shipmates during that period..." [02MAY2011]

KERN, ACRM "Doc" skern20215@az.rmci.net "...I would like to contact any of my old Shipmates from VP-84 that served from 1941 through 1944. I am particularly interested in the whereabouts of Joe Piedi, Art Macy, and Albert King. Any information would be greatly appreciated..." [10JUN2001]

KERN, AX3 Douglas dgkern@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-31 (1967-1969). I worked out of the AT shop and flew as a radio operator..." [29JAN2014]

KERN, Rick capthowdy_1968@yahoo.com "...I'm currently an IFT with VP-66 in NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania...I was an IFT in VP-66 from 1995 till 1999. I now have been cursed to work in the VR community. I am hoping to make my return to VP shortly..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 07JUN2000 | 09NOV98]

KERNAN, Frank frank_kernan@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-6 (01/1966-01/1970) with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines and all the stuff in between. Would like to here from anyone from that era, Don Delao, Jimmy Saxton, Glenn Yammamoto et al. I had the honor to fly with some very, very fine men..." [E-Mail Updated 09JAN2018 | 21MAY2002]

KERNER, Mike mikerner@aol.com "...Great Lakes 1957 Co. 422, NATC NAS Norman, Oklahoma, NATTC Memphis Co. 58-10BTG-7, NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VP-93 1980-94, USR CVN-70, 69, NAS Oceana..." [02MAR2009]

KERNS, Kevin upnatm@hotmail.com "...How cool to see guys names from the old days (Chaz, George, Glenn, Bob, Maynard G. among others....YOU WILD AND CRAZY GUYS!!). I was a SS-1 with VP-16 during the glory days of ASW from '74-'80. There are tons of stories to remember and lies to be told if anyone is interested. (Drop me a line and I'll let you know what REALLY happens after one long ring on the bail-out bell!). Here's a few noteworthy's to remember besides the guys already signed up: Mike Craven, Julio Vierra, Red Rocket Haley, James VanSickle, Jack Punches, Bill Rainwater (it was a tough job training those j.o's but we got them through it!), Rock Prather, Pete Swyers, Greg Block, Curt Arnett, Geoff "the medicated Sensor 3" Beinhardt, Mike Winn, that kid Ben who in-flight emptied the pisser with the ash-tray sucker and rearranged the tail art on LF-6 (yea...I'm sure it was LF-6. The mainenance chief had us strip it to parade rest for about 6 months), Don Beggs, Fred Travers, Don Read, Brian Sesh Gail, Kevin Doyle. I bet we could name a few more. Stay in contact...there's still that rumor that they'll need to use AW's in the astronaut program someday! (I'll require just a little assistance...that nomex suit of mine has shrunk in the closet!)..." [13AUG2001]

KERNS, Kurt D. KDKERNS@erols.com "...I was an AE2 with VP-66 from 1991-1995. I am now in Northern Virginia as a civilian..." [02APR98]

KERNS, Walter "Frank" c/o Stan Jackson (EMCM(SS) sjacks@gate.net "...I am doing some research for my wife's uncle who was attached to FASRON 6 some time around 1957. His name is Walter "Frank" Kerns. He is looking for old Shipmatesfrom that period..." [E-Mail Updated 21NOV99 | 30JUL99]

KERNS, Wilmer L. wkerns4@comcast.net "...Originally VP-772 was a reserve unit from Hayward, CA. We were at Sand Point (Seattle) for a couple of tours, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I left the service in July 1953. I hope this website might help me get in touch with some of my crew buddies. Also, I served in either VP-4 or VP-7 (my memory isn't that good anymore). We flew the old PB4Y2's, but the P2Vs were coming into play at that time. My old squadron may have been the last one flying PB4Y2s..." [E-Mail Updated 18FEB2002 | 05AUG99]

KERR, Charles kerrckmk@aol.com "...I served with ATU-614 from 1955-1957 on P2v-2/3/4s at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas, VP-46 from 1957-1960 on P5M-1s at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, VP-31 from 1960-1963 on P5M-2s at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, and VP-17 from 1963-1966 on P2v-7s at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [19MAR2001]

KERR, CDR Tim timkerr81@gmail.com "...I served with VP-22 (11/1982-11/1985) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii in W/C 210, VP-31 (12/1985-05/1988) at NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-93 (01/1989-12/1993) at NAF Detroit, Michigan and received a Commission (12/1993), Commanding Officer of the Naval Reserve NCIS Command 1274 (12/2008-11/2011) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, Executive Officer U.S. European Command 0592 (12/2011-11/2013) at NAF Detroit, Michigan, Commanding Officer ONI (12/2013-11/2015) at St. Louis, MO and currently assigned in Washington D.C. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [24MAR2016]

KERR, ADR3 Douglas E. starrdoug@mchsi.com "...I served with VP-17 as a Plane Captain Crew 1 NS Sangley Point, Philippines from 1966-1967. Recently corresponded with Commander M.O. Paul by e-mail. Would like to hear from any of my Shipmates. M.O. Paul mentioned a VP-17 Reunion in Reno 2005..." [E-Mail Updated 10SEP2009 | 20APR2003]

KERSEY, YN2 Phil pkersey@southernco.com "...I served with VP-8 from 77-82 with various stints in VP-11, VP-23, VP-26 and VP-44. Deployed NAS Bermuda/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal 78, NS Rota, Spain/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal 79-82. Great memories. Hoping old Shipmates will drop a line..." [19JAN2000]

KERSTETTER, Michael glengolfer@aol.com "...I served with VP-772 (1955-1962) at NAS Los Alamitos, California with deployments to NAS Sand Point, Seattle, Washington, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Alameda, California and NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [05AUG2014]

KERWIN, AE1 (AW/NAC) David pthreefe@hotmail.com "...Obviously I'm a flight engineer,currently serving with VQ-2 in sunny NS Rota, Spain. My first P-3 tour was with VP-50 from Aug 91 to Apr 92. From there I did a tour with VP-40 until Jan 96 and have been here since Feb 96..." [31AUG98]

KERZNER, YN Amy D. anelson@defsup.com "...I served (1977-1981) with VP-31 (ADMIN and FRAMP) and VP-9 with a deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [31JAN2012]

KENSINGER, Jim http://www.worldwar2pilots.com/USN-Kensinger-James-PBM-1.htm "...Born Neodesha, Kansas 1920 Joined Navy Air Corp and awarded pilot wings July 28, 1943 and graduated from flight school in Corpus Christi, TX. "My favorite airplane to fly?: Liked them all. "Jim Kensinger was born in Kansas, however, his parents moved back to Missouri when he was only a few months old. While he lived in several places, including London, England and New Mexico, he spent most of his growing-up-years living with his grandparents on a farm in southwestern Missouri. After graduating from high school he attended Southwest Missouri State College. During these school years he worked at various part-time jobs. He enlisted in the Navy in June 1942 as an Aviation Cadet, went through Pre-flight at St. Mary's College in Morago, CA, primary at Livermore, CA and then to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. After receiving his Navy wings he was based in Hollywood, Florida; ATU, NAS Banana River, Florida; Jim joined Squadron VPB-17 when it was commissioned; was stationed at NAAS Harvey Point, North Carolina, then to the Pacific Theatre in the Spring of 1944..." [23APR2004]

KESSEY, Tom imd111@charter.net "...I served with VP-50 from 1976 to 1979. It seems like the best years of my career were those in VP-50. Really great people and good times. For those Shipmates who have passed on, I will always remember and honor them..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 17FEB2010 | 20DEC2009]

KESSLER, Bruce bddkessler@wcnet.org "...I from 1977 to 1981 with VX-1. I also served with VP-68 from 1981 to 1986. I worked at the Test Range till 1987..." [21MAR99]

KESSLER, David M. kookoo1@ix.netcom.com "...I was an AT3 with VP46 from May, 1982 (joined them in Okinawa) till Feb. of 1984. I served mostly at AIMD at NAS Moffett Field, California. I was one of 5 persons sent to NSF Diego Garcia one month prior to the first full deployment there in July of 1983 to help get things setup. What fun!..." [12JAN98]

KESSLER, P. pkessler@stromberg-consulting.com "...Former VP-46 "Grey Knight" 1986-88. I am researching stories of how people have used humor to get through difficult situations. I heard of a Navy Squadron that splashed and while waiting for rescue, among other things, they chanted "Toga, toga, toga, over and over again (some had just seen "Animal House") and this helped them to get by. Anyone hear of this incident? Anyone part of it? I would like to find out more. Please help..." [21MAR99]

KESLER, ATC(AW) Paul Retired keslerwp@yahoo.com "...I have completed 22 years with 5900 hours as In-Flight Technicnan in P-3 Aircraft. I served in VP-22 from 1984 to 1988 deployed to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1984, 1985 - 1986) and NAS Adak, Alaska (1987); EEAP program at Leeward Community College from 1988 to 1990; VPU-2 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1990 to 1993; VP-30 [Student] from 1993 to 1994; RATCEN NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from 1994 to 1997; VP-40 from 1997 to 2000, Naval Force Aircraft Test Squadron renamed Air Test and Ebaluation Squadron Twenty VX-20, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 2001 to 2004, and retired in April 2004..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 31MAR2004 | 23MAY98]

KESSNER, ADC George gakessner@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-93 (Plankowner) from March 1976 to March 1980. Best work center 110 in the fleet, MikeHuffron, Mike Childs, Doug (shake n bake), Ray Wooley and more. What a great group of guys. I also served with VP-92, VP-62, VP-69, VP-94 and VP-MAU. Good times all around. I worked on the P-3A, P-3B, P-3C and P-3 Update III..." [07MAY2010]

KESTERSON, Aubrey aubrey@ppt4drs.com "...I served with VP-21 and VP-26. I was one of the VP-21ers shipped off to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1969 to VP-26 as the Neptune's bit the dust. There were about 60 of us that arrived to face a sunless winter in the country where "there was a woman behind every tree". At 20 years old, it was a terrible fate!..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG2003 | 22APR2002]

KETTERER, YN2 Jack chiefjk@att.net "...I served with PamiLant at NAS Norfolk, Virginia from 1962 to 1963 and VP-18 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1963 to 1966 with detachments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Key West, Florida and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I also put some time in as a TAR N&MCRTC at Youngstown, Ohio from 1971 to 1975. I retired as a Federal employee and retired CMSGT with Air Force Reserve. I would like to hear from Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 14MAR2009 | 14OCT98]

KETURI, AT3 Tina arteagajt@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1994 to 1997. I traded in Navy dungarees for ER scrubs and live with my daughter in CA. I wish everyone all the best and many wonderful memories..." [E-Mail Updated 04APR2010 | 04JAN2003]

KEUP, PNSN Glenn W. glennkeup@hotmail.com "...Stationed with VP-56 - March 1968 to July 69...PNSN at the time. Did the move from NAS Norfolk, Virginia to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and the change from P2s to P-3s. Started out as a Airman, but changed to SN and went Personnelman. Called myself one of the first APNs AVIATION PERSONNELMAN. Knew more about aviation than most blackshoes..." [02APR2001]

KEY, AEM3 Jack L. jockdoc@localnet.com "...Served in VP-45, NOB Bermuda, 1957, 58, 59, flying Martin P5M1 and P5M2's/sister squadron VP-49 (across hanger). Writing articles for local paper and would like any & all info from crew or pilots/maint. personnel. Any Personnel stationed at NOB at that time, Reunions, contacts, etc. Contact anytime over next year. Thanks. AEM3 (power panel, ECM, APS 44, MAD)..." [04JUN2005]

KEYES, AO William P. Jr. WKeyes4127@AOL.COM "...I was a member of VP-18 from 1957 to 1960. I was the Ordinanceman on BUNO: 135547, "LG-2". Other members of the crew were as follows: PPC-H. A. Hoover ("J EDGAR"), CP-R. A. Hall, NAV-M. A. Strong, PC-M. J. Coleman ("RAUNCHY"), 2nd MECH.-J. P. Pence, 1st TECH.-M. F. Finnerman ("MOTHER"), 2nd TECH.-G. T. Bilderback, 1st RADIO-T. P. Clarke, and 1st ORD- W. P. Keyes ("WILLY PETER"). This was the best crew I ever flew with and the best time of my life in the Navy. I only know the whereabouts of one crew member at this time and that's T. P. CLARKE. I have an official Navy photo of BUNO: 135547 in her prime and a photo of the right wing searchlight/fuel tank after it was hit by lightning while we were airborne and sucsessfuly landed back at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. If any of you guys are out their contact me..." [29MAY99]

KEYS, AT3 Andrew andrewus@juno.com "...I am heading to VQ-2 from HS-10. Yep going from helos to the big boys. I would really appreciate anyone that has recently been stationed in NS Rota, Spain, or at VQ-2 to drop me a line. I basically want to hear the real scoop, about the life there, the squadron, etc, Any Detachment infoormation as well. Or in certains cases just a generalized "we have been here here and here." I am looking forward to it, and can't wait. I am a single 21 yo guy that decided what the hell, lets go to Europe! Thanks in advance to anyone who replies. Heh, I reenlisted for 6 years for these orders too..." [01FEB2001]

KEYSER, ADJ3 Alan afkinc@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-91 from 1978 to 1982. I wish I had stayed!..." [13OCT2008]


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