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Memorial Picture "...LEE, Jack...51, passed away on Monday, June 16, 2003 in Orange Park, FL. Jack was a 20 year resident of Orange Park and retired in 1991 from the U.S. Navy as a Master Chief after 23 years service, serving as a flight engineer in the P-3 community. He was a member of F&AM, Cabul Lodge, Green Cove Springs, Fleet Reserve Branch 93, and an active member of the Clay County Gator Nation. Mr. Lee was currently employed by Nav Air. Survivors include his loving wife of 18 years, Cullene; daughter, Angela Fuller; mother, Corrine Gore; mother-in- law, Wilda Fuller; sisters, Amber Ka Lee, Mary Sue Nolte and Mona Pearl Constable; brother, James Guy Lee; numerous nieces, nephews and loving friends. A memorial service in celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, June 21, 2003, 10:00 AM in the chapel of JACKSONVILLE MEMORY GARDENS FUNERAL HOME, 111 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, FL. Inurnment of ashes will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to Community Hospice of NE Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Rd., Jacksonville, FL: 32257 in Jacks memory, would be appreciated. Please sign the Guestbook at Jacksonville.com (Published in the Florida Times-Union from 6/18/2003 - 6/19/2003.) Jack served with VP-24, VP-30, VP-48, and VQ-2..." Contributed by Bruce Barney ibbarney@comcast.net [22JUN2003]

Memorial Picture "...LEE, AOC James...My Dad, AOC James Lee, passed away in September 2003 of Brain Cancer. Dad served with VP-22 (1974-1979)..." Contributed by Derek Lee derek.lee@jsf.mil [24NOV2010]

Memorial Picture "...LEE, CDR Cyrus S...CDR Cyrus S Lee VP-4 Veteran 1956-1958. Cyrus S Lee, 81, of Billings, MT passed away Wednesday April 11, 2001 of natural causes. Born Jan. 27, 1920 on the family farm northwest of Wolf Point, MT. He spent his youth working on the Lee wheat ranch and attended the little country school, "Wide Awake" along with Wolf Point HS where he excelled in sports. Upon graduation he attended both MSU-Bozeman and U of M at Missoula where he earned a degree in business administration. On July 15, 1941 Cy entered the Navy's V-5 Aviation Cadet Training Program in Seattle, WA and completed his flight training at Corpus Christi, TX. Ensign Lee received orders to VP-72 in 1942 and spent one year in the South Pacific. Wed Lois Koch Lee in Billings June 11, 1943. CDR Lee also served in VP-4 1956-1958 Retired after 30 years of dedicated service. He received many medals for his outstanding service and integrity in the Pacific Theater. An avid hunter, known as "one shot Lee", he had a warm and pleasing personality and an "out of doors" look that confirmed his love of hunting and fishing. A copy of the complete obituary can be viewed at http://www.vp4association.com......." Contributed by Steve "Andy" Andruszkewicz sgpa2zfmly@aol.com [31AUG2013]

Memorial Picture "...LEIGHTON, PRCM David "Deacon"...PRCM David "Deacon" Leighton passed away August 31st, 2011. Deacon was a fixture in VP-22 and will be missed greatly..." Contributed by INGRAM, AZ1(AW) Cecil Retired cecil_ingram@hotmail.com [21DEC2011]

Memorial Picture "...LEMKE, LT(jg) A. H.Shipmate Pix "...My Father, LT(jg) A. H. Lemke, passed away April 23, 1997. Dad served with VPP-2 from 1946 to 1948 in Central and South America with this squadron and flew PB4Y-1s. He joined the Navy in 1942, got his Wings at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in February 1945, Photographer School at NAS Pensacola, Florida in 1945, IFIS (Instrument Flight Instructors Squadron) NAS Atlanta, Georgia from 1945 to 1946, VPP-2 from 1946 to 1948, Naval Reserve from 1948 to 1959 (VF-884 at NAS Olathe, Kansas from 1951 to 1953 (flew F8F Bearcats) and then served at NAS Dallas, Texas. I would like to hear from any of Dad's former Shipmates as well as sharing history, etc... c/o His Son Gerald Lemke lemkefwtx@charter.net..." [E-Mail Updated 16JUL2009 | Pix Added 06NOV2004 | 04MAY2002]

Memorial Picture "...LEONARD, LCDR Percy "Perc"...I am sorry to tell that my husband, LCDR Percy (Perc) Leonard (VP-48 - Pearl Harbor Survivor), passed away December 29, 2012. A military ceremony (cremation burial) honoring Perc was held at Fort Rosecreans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA, on January 17, 2013..." Contributed by Helga Leonard hleonhardt@ucsd.edu [16MAY2013]

Memorial Picture "...LEPORDO, AZC(AW) Joe...It is with sad regret that I inform my fellow Shipmates the passing of AZC(AW) Joe Lepordo (Retired). Joe's last tour of duty was with the Minutemen of VP-92 at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts. He retired with over 22 years of active duty Naval service. Some of his previous tours included AIMD NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts, HS-74 and a staff tour at COMNAVAIRESFOR, NAS New Orleans, Louisiana. Joe was a life long resident of Somerville, MA and most recently was a Manager for Signature Flight Support at Boston's Logan International Airport. Joe was a great Chief and his style was one of caring and concern for his sailors. He will be sorely missed..." [26FEB2004]

UPDATE "...Hello. My name is Joseph Lepordo, son of AZC Joseph J. Lepordo Jr., USN retired. I would like to thank all who served with, under and above, my father. For he was a true military man with the upmost respect for everyone. I greatly appreciated all who contacted me, and all those who put him in thier prayers. His obituary can be viewed at http://www.dellorusso.net. His name will be on the obituary list for ten days, and then it will be posted in their archives forever. He loved the navy and his country. I would also like to thank his former Shipmates of VP-92 at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts for their condolances. Thanks again...Joseph Lepordo joenf15@yahoo.com..." [02MAR2004]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...LESTER, Thomas E....My good friend Tom Lester, who served as an Aviation Machinest third class in VPB-209 from about 1943 until 1946 passed away Thursday, April 7, 2005. He was the recipient of the Combat AirCrew Insignia, American Theatre Ribbon and Good Conduct Medal. Tom also served his hometown of Ilion, NY as a Village Trustee and GARNSEY, Jim jgarnse1@twcny.rr.com..." [18APR2005]

Memorial Picture "...LEVRON, Dean...VS-28...AT2 Dean Levron passed away on 9 August 2002 of an apparent heart attack. Dean was a key member of WC 210 and VS-28's Avionics shop from 1967-1970. He was a great sailor and friend and will be sincerely missed by his friends and Shipmates. Our love to Pam and family. Regards, Cuda. PS: I will forward condolances to the family...Jim "Cuda" Gallagher jimgallagher@rcn.com..." [19AUG2002]


LAFLECHE, Robert robertlititz@aol.com "...Looking for Shipmates who served in VP-22 from 1956 thru 1959. Home base was NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. We deployed to NAS Iwakuni, Japan March 1956 till Sept 1956. Deployed to NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for 4 months during Operation Hardtack 1958 nuclear test, then deployed to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and also to NAS Adak, Alaska in 1959..." [29DEC2004]

LEACH, AX1 Bob robtmleach@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-4 (Oct 75 - Nov 78), VP-17 (Nov 78 - Nov 80), COMPATWINGONEDETCUBI (Jan 81 - Jan 84). AXAN - AX1. I would like to hear from some Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 02FEB2005 | 25OCT98]

LEACH, Donald "Myrl" myrl13@erols.com "...VP Alumni - ASW NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (81-84), VP-40 (84-87), VP-68 (87-93), and VP-66 (93-96). Retired Nov96 and now employed at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland working on P-3's with Dyncorp. What a scam, as now I get payed twice to be near the mighty Orion! Miss those allnight burners, watch, readies, and bounce flights. All my former Shipmates are welcomed to contact me..." [18DEC98]

LEACH, Mike mleach1@mediaone.net "...retired in 1991 with a HOOK at the start (VS-29/USS Kearsarge CVS-33 from 1963 to 1965) and a HOOK at the end (VFA-305/USS Nimitz CVN 68 from 1990 to 1991). In between were the great times of the P-2 and P-3 Navy. Duty stations: VP-90 NAS Glenview, Illinois 1971-74, SELRES Aircrew FCO in P-2V and P-3A; VP-90 NAS Glenview, Illinois 1974-78, TAR Aircrew FCO/IFT in P-3A/B; VP-62 NAS Jacksonville, Florida 1979-83, TAR Aircrew FCO/IFT; RATCEN NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 1984-87, FCO Instructor/Div. CPO; VP-919 NAS Point Mugu, California, 1988-89, Assistant Program Manager. Please E-mail if we were stationed together or are just trying to find someone. It is great to hear from old Shipmates and to see so many familiar names..." [Updated E-Mail 13AUG98 | 20MAR98]

LEACH, Nancy mleach1@mediaone.net "...started in 1977 as an IS3 SELRES in a 1stEURLANT unit at NAS Glenview, Illinois. Became an IS2 in VP-62 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida and an IS1 in a 1stEURLANT unit at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Was also stationed in VP-919 at NAS Point Mugu, California and with CRPWP at NAS Moffett Field, California until I decided to leave the Reserves in 1991. After retiring, toured the U.S.A. in a 33-foot RV for a while and then in 1994 my husband became a college kid. I work for the Clay County School District in Drs. Inlet, FL. Please E-mail if we were stationed together or are just trying to find someone. It is great to hear from old Shipmates and to see so many familiar names..." [20MAR98]

LEACH, Steven T. steveleach55@talkamerica.net "...I served with VQ-4 from 1989 to 1993. I am looking for old Shipmates. I served in PSO, OPPS, First LT and even that Hanger Store (I would love to forget that store)..." [24OCT2006]

LEACH, Turney c/o Janet McCurdy feeratgrl@aol.com "...My Dad, Turney Leach, now 80 years old served with VP-110 Crew 3 in England during WWII. Dad is now 80 years old and was one of the youngest of his crew members. He has probably outlived his Shipmates. After the war, he served the remaining few months of his Navy time with VP-113. God bless our brave sailors..." [21JUN2004]

LEADY, AFCM Larmer "Bud" Retired blleady55@aol.com "...I served with ATU-601 (P2V's - Airframes) from 1954 to 1956 at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas, VP-48 (P-3's - Maintance Control) from 1968 to 1971 at NAS Moffett Field, California and VP-8 (Maintance Chief) from 1974 to 1978 at NAS Brunswick, Maine. I would like to hear from any of my shipwrecks I have served with..." [E-Mail Updated 12AUG2008 | E-Mail Updated 18JAN2005 | E-Mail Updated 23JUL2001 | 09JAN99]

LEAGUE, AT3 J. Kyle kyleleague@yahoo.com "...I was with VP-48 from 1985 to 1988 as an IFT. I've already found some of my crew and would like to hear from more of them. I was on crew 1, 7 and others. Thanks..." [31DEC2005]

LEAK, Clay cleak@mindspring.com "...I served with VP-16 from 1976-1978..." [10APR2002]

LEARNARD, Gary learnard@comcast.net "...I served with VP-30 Air Frame School - Hanger 1000 WC 220 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [31AUG2011]

LEARY, CPO Harold Max c/o Tom Leary Shipmate Pix Circa 1945 tomnjoleen@embarqmail.com "...I am looking for VPB-102 Shipmates. "Lil Nell" - My father is Max Leary. His last mission was on "Mister 5 X 5." Dad served with VP-51, VP-71, VP-14 and VP-102..." [E-Mail Updated 14APR2009 | PIX Added 26JAN2004 | 25JAN2004]

LEASER, Dennis dleaser@crosslake.net "...I served in VP-4 from 8/61 to 6/63 in Naha, Okinawa. I was a ATN2 & a radioman in Crew 5 and was in Crew 1 when we flew the first P2V-7 back from NAS Alameda, California. BU 150280. Great times in Crew 5, LDCR Coleman was the best PPC!!! Transferred to VP-17 in 8/63 till 4/64 and flew in Crew 12. I did eventually retire out from the USNR-R as a ATC in 1987 with some broken service from 1966 to 1970. Best of luck to all my VP Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 13SEP99 | 24SEP98]

LEASER, Doug dougl@mnwaterjet.com "...Proudly served with VP-46 from 1990 to 1993. Lots of great memories..." [24AUG2008]

LEASURE, Jim Retired jim.fran@verizon.net "...I served with VP-50 from November 1963 to April 1965 and again from March 1966 - October 1967. I just hooked up with Emit Franklin (he was an usher in our wedding on December 5th, 1964). 38 years later we hooked up again! Originally, I worked in the Avionics Shop with Chief Toliver, Chief Lightbody, and Chief Hood. I left the squadron to go to "B" School and came back as an aircrewman in CAC 6. John "Blackjack" Cannon was out PPC. Believe the other pilots were Hoot Gibson and Virg Rabine. Art Houta the Tacco. I ended up putting 32 years in and had something like 6500 flight hours. 1600 were in the P5M. Hope to be joing the Mariner/Marlin Association very soon and will try to make the Reunion in May..." [18FEB2003]

LeBARON, Allan allan_lebaron@hotmail.com "...O.K., now for the REAL VP-22 (1939-1942)! I have information for Mike Mahoney, son of "Wild Bill" Mahoney from 22-P-11 1942 but his e-mail address [mahone@wn.com.au - E-Mail Updated 08DEC99] doesn't get through. Can any of you young whipper-snappers (anyone under 65) help with the contact?..." [01NOV98]

LEBEAU, Josph F. c/o His Son Greg Lebeau gllebeau@netscape.net "...My Dad, Josph F Lebeau, was a aviation machinist mate second class according to his notice of seperation from the Navy. He was assigned to VP-215 from 11-9-43 to 5-25-45. Would like any innformation about the squadron or would like to hear from anyone that may have know my Dad. Building a Shadow Box would like to have something from the squadron for my Dads shadow box such as a patch, coin, or whatever other then his rank and metal for Dad. He passed away March 27, 1996. Thanks and as Dad would say FLY NAVY...also served with FASRON-108 and VP-74..." [BIO Updated 20MAY2000 | 17MAY2000]

LEBETER, Neal "Porky" neal@ctitech.com "...VAP-61 Line Crew ASM-3, Guam, Bangcock, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, and Danang 67-69..." [03AUG99]

LEBIEDZ, Mike mlebiedz@mediaone.net "...P-3CII Nav/Comm and Tacco, P-3B mod Nav and Tacco...UBUNO: VP-26 05/80 thru 05/83, Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5) 06/83 thru 10/85...USNR: VP-MAU 11/85 thru 03/91, and VP-66 04/91 thru 10/94..." [E-Mail Updated 17NOV2000 | 18JAN98]

LEBLANC, PO2 Clayton zapperclay@comcast.net "...I served with VAW-13 from January 1965 through December 1967. I am trying to submit history of VAW-13 and memoribilia to VAQ-130. I was PO2 when I left the Squadron. I was also Aircrew flying backseat in the EA-1F Skyraider. I'm approaching my 60th birthday and am fearful that much of what I have may be "stored" and/or lost. I believe VAQ-130 could make better use of it. Any contact with anyone from the 1965 to 1967 era, when I was part of the Squadron, would be absolutely wonderful in this time of my life! You can contact via my e-mail or (978)458-6635..." [09DEC2003]

LeBLANC, David dnav1@capecod.net "...I was in VP-9 from 63-66, P-2V7s at NAS Alameda, California to P-3As and later P-3Bs at NAS Moffett Field, California. I was a radio operator in crew six. Later I did a tour in VP-47 with P-3Cs, as an IFT fm late 70 to June 74. I also was a first tech on a OP-2E at the NADC in the late 60's. Enjoyed seeing a lot of familiar names..." [06FEB98]

LEBLANC, Omer Jerry ompaseabas1@aol.com "...I served with VS-21 from 1965 through 1966 after being rotated out of VAP61- which I served with from 1963 through 1965. We were on the USS Kearsarge for a good part of my tour with VS-21. I would be interested in hearing from anyone from that era. I worked for Chief Shorts in the Metal Shop while onboard. Also worked the nite check while onboard the ship..." [14JUN2002]

LeCLAIR, ADCS Rick oft2f87@aol.com "...I would like to add a section concerning me to the Shipmates page. It is: I initially underwent P-3 Flight Engineer Training at VP-30 in 1986. My first FE tour was with the VP-1 Screaming Eagles (87-91) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. For Shore duty I then transferred to NAMTGD (91-93), NAS Moffett Field, California teaching the P-3 Flight Engineer Systems Familiarization Course. Back to "sea duty" with the VQ-1 World Watchers ('93-'96) Agana, Guam and homeport changed to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I am currently assigned to CPWP as the FE training SCPO. I look forward to hearing from those of you who knew and/or flew with me..." [21JAN98]

LECCO, ADCS(AW/NAC) ED Retired elecco@home.com "...After starting out my career on the "Connie" with shore-duty to follow, I saw the light! I completed initial P-3 Flight Engineer training at VP-30 in 1987. From there I headed west (and have stayed ever since) to VP-1 from 87 to 90. Next stop was Instructor duty in VP-31 (awesome duty...some of "the best" FE's in the Navy were in NAS Moffett Field, California at this time) where I resided until 93. Then it was back to Hawaii to the Skinny Dragons of VP-4 (another outstanding squadron!). I finished duty with VP-4 in 97 and transferred to CPWP as West Coast FE NATOPS Evaluator. I moved withCPWP (now called CPRFP) to MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii where I finally retired. I now reside in Pleasanton, CA,. The only thing I miss about the Navy are the people! Take care, and drop me a line..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 21AUG2000 | E-Mail Updated 01FEB99 | 24DEC97]

LeCOMPTE, CDR Malcolm A. Retired malecompte@aol.com "...Originally an EA-6B ECMO, cruised with VAQ-136 on the USS Kitty Hawk in 1974, I affiliated with the reserves as a TAC-NAV assigned to VP-4046 out of NAS Glenview, Illinois, from March 1980 to October 1981. I was attached to VP-90 also at NAS Glenview, Illinois. I did two cruises with the Squadron to the PI and one to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, before transferring to VP-92 at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts, where I flew with CAC-5 during two cruises to the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and one to NAS Bermuda. I was with VP-92 until the Spring of 1987 when I transferred to VP-93. In VP-93 I flew with CAC-6 until summer 1991, making two cruises to NS Rota, Spain. I retired from the Naval War College Reserve Support Unit in October 1998..." [22MAY2010]

LeCONTE, AT3 William Louis Shipmate Pix ...Circa 1954... wleconte2@gmail.com "...I served with VP-661 and VP-56 (1952-1955) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I flew as Radar/Radio Crew aboard the PBM's and P5M. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUL2012 | E-Mail Updated 11JUN2003 | 29SEP98]

LEDBETTER, Henry G. Sr. c/o Lisa Fowler fowler@bellsouth.net "...My father, Henry G Ledbetter Sr, served with VP-10 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from about 1957-1962 (approx) and then onto NAS Jacksonville, Florida fron 1962 on. I cannot locate any info from either squad from that time. I would love to hear from anyone that knew him. I would love to see some pics especially..." [14SEP2007]

LEDFORD, Charles charliede@aol.com "...I served at NAS Agana, Guam from 1952 to 1954. I was assigned to Navel Base security. I would like to communicate with any former Shipmates..." [25NOV2003]

LEDFORD, T.J. "Skip" Paladin@surfsouth.com "...I left VP-49 in June of 79 for NATC Patuxent River, Maryland. SS1 on crew 8 while deployed to Sig and Bermuda..."

LEE, CPO Albert Jr. Retired albertlee1943@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-62 flying with CAC-5 and VA-203 at NAS Atlanta, Georgia and retired in August 1989..." [07APR2014]

LEE, AFCM Charles Retired crew23@tds.net "...I flew with VP-45 from 1969 to 1974 and VP-56 from 1978 to 1981 as a Flight Engineer..." [E-Mail Updated 21MAY2001 | 27DEC97]

LEE, Charles R. userjlee3938@cs.com "...I served with the Mad Fox squadron (VP-5) from 1963 to 1968. We had about the only remaining P2V5s when we went to P-3s. I really though that this was the top squadron in the FAW. I also was the Commodores (Captain Ford and Commodore Cason) driver for about 3 months..." [25DEC2001]

LEE, Donald donald.lee@ksmcco.ang.af.mil "...Was assigned to VP-49 from January 1977 to August 1980. I'm looking for any of my old Shipmates. Worked in the Parachute shop normally TDY to the AIMD shop. Miss the ol days and deployments. Now currently in the Air National Guard as a Life Support Superintendent. Feel free to email me and contact me..." [04JAN2001]

LEE, Edward elee40@cox.net "...I served with VP-2 (1957) with a deployment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska..." [27AUG2011]

LEE, George teamo85@mindspring.com "...I served with I was in ZP-2 from 1956 through 1959, then to ZPG across to Hanger 1 at NAS Glynco, Georgia. I decomission ZPG around 1960. I was an Air Crew Member in both Squadrons..." [03DEC99]

LEE, AD1 Henry G. Retired henryglee@yahoo.com "...I was in VQ-1 from 1969-72 and again from 76-79. With many dets to FASU/NSA DaNang, Republic of Vietnam, Kitty Hawk and Enterprise. That's where Jamey Hood sent me and two others for coffee water for the aircraft. We found the spigots and I used the center one only to find out later that it was sea water. Jamey came unglued over that one. Last time he sent me for water. Anyone know where Keth Palmer AD2 is at, or CWO Sheldon Curry is? I served with VP-10 from 82-84 when I retired after twenty years service. I then served as a law enforcement officer for ten years. I now run a small laser engraving busness of my own and trying to retire again. To the fellows in the power plants shop, I did learn to smile and do that a lot now..." [19FEB2007]

LEE, Harry R. h4m@alaska.net "...Proud to have served in VP-892, looking for squadron buddies, SE 5 crew and all the rest. Understand our next reunion may be in 2000. See you all I hope..."

LEE, AE Jack jackwlee1939@gmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (1959-12/1962) with deployments to NS Rota, Spain, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Key West, Florida (during the Cuban Crisis). I flew with Crew-9. I now live in Montgomery, AL..." [27MAR2014]

LEE, AE2 Jack jackwlee1939@gmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (1959-11/1962) flying aboard LK-9. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [31JAN2014]

LEE, Jack Work: jlee2@eaglenet.com or Home: leejack@erols.com "...I served in VP-48, VQ-2, VP-30 and VP-24. I retired in 1992 while serving at AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I'm now a support contractor for the P3 APML working PDM, SRP, and scheduled maintenance programs. If I could be of any help to anyone drop me a line. I would like to here from shipmates I served with..." [ICQ# 6133630] [15DEC97]

LEE, James jlee418735@aol.com "...I initally served in the second PBM squadron commission, VP-56 in NAS Norfolk, Virginia in 1941. The squardron was later transferred to NAS Banana River, Florida and was changed to TTSA. After seving there for three years I wa assigned to NAAS Harvey Point, North Carolina and was later assigned to MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. I joined squadron VP-16 and served a tour of duty in the Pacific arriving at Saipan at the time of its invasion. Upon returning to the states I was reassigned to NAS Banana River, Florida again until I left the Navy in 1947..." [17MAR2001]

LEE, James K. kcmc03@juno.com "...Served with with VP-10 1961-62, VP-19 1962-64, VP-49 1968-70, VP-1 1970-73, and VP-48 1976-77..." [Updated 08JAN98]

LEE, ATR2 Jerry jlee@cchc-mckinney.org "...I served with VP-30 from 1967 to 1970 as an ATR2. Worked in the maintenance group..." [19APR2006]

LEE, AOC Jim Retired jlee@mail.us.hsanet.net "...Served with VP-22 APR 74 to May 79 as a Blue Goose Cannon Cocker. Ret after 22 Years in 1982 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Currently TRACOR Employee Supporting PMA 265 FA 18 ORD programs. Would really enjoy hearing from anyone, especially ole Blue Geese. Without a doubt VP-22 was the greatest command I ever served with. Lets here it..." [14DEC98]

LEE, John "Rusty" rustylee9@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-40 as a Pilot from October 1984 through January 1988 and VT-2 from January 1988 through May 1989. I am currently flying MD-11's for Delta Airlines in Atlanta..." [E-Mail Updated 27JAN2008 | 14JAN2000]

LEE, AO2(NAC) John Jan02rj@aol.com "...I was in VP-17 from Nov. 91-Jan 95. I also did a tour as an UC-12F crewman in Misawa Japan. I am currently stationed at HM-14 Vanguard NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Has anybody from this time frame heard anything of AO3 Ryan D. Basile?..." [13JUN99]

LEE, ADC Ning F. Retired LILYWLEE9@CS.COM "...I served with VP-50 from June 1956 to September 1959.I was an AD3 and flew with Crew 8 and many others. My pilot was LT Bolen, later CO of VP-31 and I think he was an ADM. A very fine gentleman and officer. I also served with VP-4 from September 1959 to December 1960, NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan VU-5 DET. "B" NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1963 to December 1964 VAQ-134 and VAQ-135 DET "4". Also USS Kearsage, USS Ranger, and USS John F. KENNEDY. Retired ADJC in May 1973..." [09OCT2002]

LEE, Peter Gerald c/o his daughter Sue Hummel swtcitysue@aol.com Shipmate Pix Circa 1951 "...My father, Peter Gerald Lee served from 1951-1955 at with VP-16 NAS Jacksonville, Florida. He is very interested in any scheduled Reunion...We deployed to Port Leyote, French Morrocco in 1953, Iceland 1954. I was discharged Feb 1955, hard to believe that was 45 yrs ago. I would like to hear from my old pals Rube Gardner, Joe Fields, Tom Mayton, George Piper, and Ray Sutherland. I would also like to hear from Pat Struve of Cedar Rapids, Iowa or K.U. Wall of East St Louis, Ill. or Jim Hollingsworth of Ohio and anyone else from VP-16 from 1951 to 1955..." [BIO Updated 08JUL99 | 20APR99]

LEE, Peter G. PeteandPat7@comcast.net "...Looking forward to the VP-16 Reunion May 5-7 in Orange Park Fl. Would like to hear from Dan Clancy Ray Sutherland Fred Freidenberger from 1951-1955 era. Thanks..." [13MAR2006]

LEE, AT2 Terry E. tlee.tandllee@gmail.com "...I served with VP-19 (1956-1959) with deployments to NAS Kodiak, Alaska (1957) and NAS Iwakuni, Japan (1959) and Naval Reserve Squadron VP-872 (1960s) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. The Navy terminated my Active Reserve duty due to over-time commitments at Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF) at NAS Alameda, California. Outside the Navy I worked at the Electronics Flight Test (1961-1967) as a P2V-7 Electronics Mechanic, Planning Department as Production Control Electronics, Material Planner & Progressman (1968-1988) and retired as Head of the Electronics Planning Branch..." [23OCT2017]

LEE, ADC Thurston tlee37@frontiernet.net "...I served with VAP-62 from 1960 to 1968. I would like to hear from anyone who knew me. I was an ADC when Ii left NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [22SEP2006]

LEEDS, CAPTAIN Rob Retired rgl78@aol.com "...I was lucky enough to serve in VQ-2 three different tours: 1980-83 for my JO tour, 1991-93 for Dept Head and 1995-97 as XO/CO. I enjoyed NS Rota, Spain more each time I went back and am sad to hear VQ-2 is moving back to CONUS. I retired recently--the end of 2004, after 26 years. I finished up in the DC area as the Requirements Officer for the VPU Special Projects program. I've stayed on in DC as a defense contractor supporting the Director of Naval Intelligence. Keep in touch!..." [16JUL2005]

LEEP, ATCS(AW) Steven Retired p3rcm@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-23, VP-8, Force Warfare Aircraft Test (FWATD), VP-30 and Naval Air Maintenance TRAining GRoUp DETachment (NAMTRAGRUDET)..." [19OCT2014]

LEEMAN, AW2 Lance whamo9@yahoo.com "...I served with CVN-65 TSC from 1984 to 1985, VP-17 from 1986 to 1990, TSC NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1990 to 1993, CVN-68 TSC from 1993 to 1997, TSC NAS Jacksonville, Florida Reserve Unit 0374 from 1997 to 1999, and MA1 Security Department Naval Base Mayport, FL until July 2005. Miss the Aircrew community but I'm glad to be back..." [04AUG2004]

LEEPER, David S. Retired jenndave@citlink.net "...I was a member of VP-56 from the beginning of 1976 until September of 1979. I retired from the Navy in February of 1997. I am on somewhat of a quest to locate any of my old Shipmates from my "56" days. Fair winds..." [11JUN2002]

LEFEBVRE, AK2 Paul D. pdlefebvre@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-8 from 1961-1963. I went from there to the USS Tanner as the only Aviation-type (AK3/2) cuz they sometimes carried a helicopter..." [26MAR2002]

LEFLER, AMS2 Brady b_lefler@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1983-1986 as a AMS. After arriving to the squadron I worked TAD at the NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii GSE bravo base for 9 months. After which I came back to the squadron and worked in the corrosion control shop for 1 year and 4 days, then I was transferred to the Airframes shop where I worked as a airframes technician, Collateral Duty Inspector and Shift Supervisor until I was discharged on 18AUG86 as an AMS2. After the Navy I went back to school and got an A&P license and went to work for a major airline in Denver. I worked there for seven years and was laid off for a year and then I was recalled back to the company and transferred to Cleveland, Ohio for 4 years, after which I transferred to Houston Tx. Sinse leaving the navy I have gotten married to the best woman in the world and have three wonderful kids. Hi, to all my navy buds..." [28SEP2002]

LeFORCE, Scott Scott.LeForce@ramstein.af.mil "...Served with VP-23 as an AW on CAC 8 from 83-87. Great to see so much interest in the VP Navy..."

LEGANT, ADAN Jennifer (Berry) legant@msn.com "...Well, VP-47 was my first taste of what the Navy was all about - it's not for everyone!!!! I got out 4 years later and I still live in Hawaii. I married that AZ guy and we are living it up in the sun and surf. Later all you VP-47 Sailors.....Take Care..." [04JAN99]

LEGASPI, CPO Victor E. Retired legaspi@mchsi.com "...Started in VP-1 in 1974. As a matter of fact VP-1 POPS Vice Pres. was my first Chief. Someuse to call us Taffy Tafoyas Tijuana... well you know. In 1977, from VP-1 I moved back across the pond to the Gay...err I mean the Grey Knights at VP-46. In 1979, from there it was a short hop across the runways to the Genies/Blacklightning at VP-31. Then in 1982 across the other way to the Laging Handa Fighting Marlins of VP-40. By then I had been through 4 versions of the P-3 B, Bmod, C, and C UI. In 1986 I decided to say good by to the VPNavy and moved over to the VRC-30 Providers at NAS North Island, San Diego, California where I did a tour crashing and dashing off of Aircraft Carriers. One tour and it was on to NAS Point Mugu, California, in 1989 and the VXE-6 Puckered Penguins where I did 3 seasons down on the "ICE". Ended the career as a Crew Chief on the Navy's only UC-8 Buffalo. Pulled the plug after 21 years and believe it or not retired as a Chief even though all my billets were Aircrew. And all I was ever told is if I didn't go to sea it would never happen. Wouldn't mind terribly to hear from some of the old school..." [19SEP2004]

LeGAULT, ATN3 Doug "Gross" legault7511@aol.com "...I served with VP-9 (1966-1968) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Adak, Alaska. I was the Radio Operator on Crew-10. When I left the Navy, I continued as an electronics technicain throughout my carrer. I retired in June 2011..." [E-Mail Updated 30AUG2012 | 28JUL2011]

LEGER, Don deepfreeze7173@yahoo.com "...Served with VXE-6 during DF 71-73, and was the operator of KC4USX amateur radio station at Willy Field. Attended the Decom/Reunion along with 1600 other nuts and am currently involved in trying to wrest an LC-130F from the powers that be and have it donated to the Quonset Air Museum, at Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Anyone who can help in this effort, or just want to say hi, give me a shout..." [E-Mail Updated 29APR2007 | 29NOV99]

LEGG, Ed EMNLLE@aol.com "...I served with VC-7 from 1952 to 1955 as a Radioman (AJ-1, AJ-2 and the P2V) and NAS Olathe, Kansas (Aircrew Training) from 1958 to 1960..." [BIO Updated 05OCT2009 | 29FEB2000]

LEGG, CPO Paul P. Retired Fltenglegg@aol.com "...I started out as a PC/FE with VP-208 January 1946. Got out of the Navy and joined the Reserves assigned to VP-661. It so happened that I was the first guy to make chief in the reserves (1949). Recalled to active duty September 1950 and became Maintenance Chief then a Plane Captain till June 1953. Served with VP-34 NAS Trinidad, British West Indies till June 1955, EC-121K 's NAS Patuxent River, Maryland NRL till 1962, and VW-13 NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. Enjoyed my naval aviation tremendously...I was assigned to VW-2 June 1955. Worked in power plants for a while. I then went to FE school at Burbank,Ca. I started as a student engineer under a guy known as Placidi. I then flew with Elwell an Vada and became a first engineer then a check engineer then the training chief for the FE's. VW-2 was absolutely one of the best squadrons I was ever attached to. I later went to NRL and the to VW-13 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. I was the engineer on the panel during the crash of BUNO: 141329. My seat safety belt was the only thing that saved me. I ended up pinned to the roof of the cockpit. The 2 pilots assisted me in getting back to the main cabin.As I've stated before. The men in the VW squadrons were absolutely the best..." [BIO Updated 06JUN2002 | 14MAY2002]

LEGG, AVCM Richard Francis Retired rflegg1205@gmail.com "...I served with ZP-1 (09/1955-06/1957) at NAF Weeksville, NC, ZP-2 (07/1957-02/1959) at NAS Glynco, Georgia, VR-24 (07/1971-07/1974) at NAF Naples, Italy and retired in November 1983. The ZP duty was the most memorable of my career (especially the trips to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 15APR2017 | BIO Updated 21MAR2007 | 20MAR2007]

LEGGETT, AO3 Edward "Fast Eddie" jenks22@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-48 from 1977 to 1981 and flew with Crew-12 (Dixie Dozen). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 14JUL2010 | 17JUN99]

LEGGETT, AW1 Ray Retired rayleggett@bajabb.com "...I attended Boot Camp at NAS North Island, San Diego, California and CTR "A" School at NAS Pensacola, Florida. My first tour I had asked for "anywhere" in Europe and got NAS Keflavik, Iceland (I guess my detailer had a sense of humor!) and NS Rota, Spain. I requested a rate change from CTR to AW (1972) while attached to ASCAC NS Rota, Spain for OJT (Thanks AWC Kangas!) until I could get into AW "A" School. While at the ASCAC I was awarded a flight status. January 1973 I was TAD to Souda Bay, Crete during the Arab/Israeli conflict. Finally, in January 1974, I made it to AW "A" School. Next, I went to VP-31 for P-3C flight training and FASO at NAS Moffett Field, California. Following SERE and DWEST training at Warner Springs/San Diego, I joined VP-47 on deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska (09/1974-01/1975). Deployed to NAF Misawa, Japan (02/1976-07/1976). After ASWOC Operators training at Dam Neck I was assigned to ASWOC (11/1977-11/1979) NAS Agana, Guam, ASWOC (12/1979-12/1982) NAS North Island, San Diego, California, ASWOC (01/1983-12/1985) NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, VP-30 (01/1986-04/1986) P-3C UII Training, VP-26 (04/1986-08/1988) with deployments to NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (06/1986-11/1986) and NAS Keflavik, Iceland (12/1987-05/1988), Instructor Training (taught oceanography and gram analysis) at Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational Training Group Atlantic (FASOTRAGRULANT) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and on September 30, 1990 - Fleet Reserve!..." [29JUL2011]

LEHAN, Bob mblehan@verizon.net "...Nice to see NAS Squantum, Massachusetts. I graduated Brighton HS in June '1951 and immediately joined the USNAR at NAS Squantum, Massachusetts and attended a 2-month boot camp there, left the reserve for the regular navy and went to boot camp again at Bainbridge. Spent 4 years in the navy and then got on with my life. I'd love tohear from anyone who attended that summer of 1951. They were a great bunch..." [29AUG2009]

LeHAN, Ronald ron.lehan@comcast.net "...I served with VP-42 from 1965 until 1968. Flew with Crew 7 the entire time. LCDR Pikel, LT Christian, LT Ward, and Mustanger LT Branson. Ron Crawford, Ron Janowski, Jim Lawernce, Don Coppock. Pappy Slemp, and Jim Hentges and all the other guilty parties so associated. I was 2nd Mech and P/C. Christ could we tell some stories good enough to make a liar blush. If any of you guys are still alive send me an e-mail. I would love to hear from anybody still sane and contributing to society. Best regards, last to know first to go, can do and can did..." [E-Mail Updated 25SEP2010 | 14AUG2000]

LEHNERT, Lou loulehnert@yahoo.com "...I served with VQ-2 (the best squadron I served with) from December 1963 to September 1965 (ATR2). I made mistakes and they helped me learn and all the fun of new places. I am really bad at remembering names. I've looked at the others who served at the same time as I did but can only remember one name. I worked in the Radar Shop and flew on the WVs. Some of you went to 'A' school at NAS Memphis, Tennessee and 'C' school NAS Patuxent River, Maryland before VQ-2 with me. We never talked about the squadron on the outside but now it seems to be in the headlines. Following VQ-2 I served with and VW-4..." [15APR2004]

LEICHTER, Joseph T. timothy@panix.com "...I served with VPB-214 from about December 1944 till the squadron went to NAS Norfolk, Virginia in June 1945. I was an AOM 3/c CAC. The crew I was in came onboard the AKA Matthews and got off at NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone. We had our flight training at NAS Banana River, Florida..." [09JUL2000]

LEIDY, Ralph r_h_leidy@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-50 (1973)..." [07JUL2015]

LEIGHTON, LCDR H. R. 'BERT' Retired bertl@lakegastoncc.org "...I served two tours in VP-24. 1965-1968 in P2V-7/SP2H and P-3B's and 1970-1972, in P-3C's, with a tour in VP-30 in between from 1968-1970, then as P-3C Training Director, FASOTRAGRULANT 1972-1975. VP TACCO for 10 years and enjoyed every minute and all the friends during those years. Retired 1975 and live on Lake Gaston, N.C. and at OLD PATUXENT FARM, Hollywood M.D. where sailing, golf, and fishing are tops at both places. Drop me a line and -come on down..." [E-Mail Updated 11MAY2002 | 17OCT99]

LEIKER, AMS2 Charles donnacharl@cox.net "...I served with VP-50 (Crew-11 LT Harlow PPC) from 1961 to 1962. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [06JUN2009]

LEINHAUSER, AWC John Retired jleinhauser@earthlink.net "...VP-16, VP-30, CPWL TTT, VP-24, CPWL Special Projects..." [26FEB98]

LEIPER, AM2 Larry clock62221@hotmail.com "...I served with VU-7 (02/1958-10/1959) at NAAS Brown Field (AKA Tijuana Field), Chula Vista, CA..." [14FEB2012]

LEISHER, AD2 William (Bill) Wleisher@aol.com "...I joined FASRON-11 at NAS Atsugi, Japan fresh out of AD(A) school in mid 1952 and left as an AD2. I spent half of my tour at NAS Atsugi, Japan in the Jet Shop under ADC Seeger (sp?) and the rest at two of our detachments, K-18 and Itazuke. In mid 1954 I was transfered to FASRON-12 at NAS Miramar and, after extending for two years, stayed there till mid 1957 when I was discharged. Great duty and a great part of my life! Would like to hear from others from these two FASRONs...." [25JAN2003]

LEISTIKOW, AVCM Lewis "Lew" Retired lewileis@yahoo.com "...I served at NARTU NAF Andrews, Maryland from 1966-1969 (Aircrew FCO P2s and C-54s), NAR NAS North Island, San Diego, California (VP-31 Detachment) from 1969-1970, FCO Instructor P2s VP-65 from 1970-1975, WC210 Supervisor and P-3 IFT VP-67 from 1975-1978, Cal Lab Supervisor NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1978-1980, CPRWL Staff from 1980-1983, Command Master Chief VP-62 from 1983-1986. Retired in September 1986 to full time RVing. I lost Lynn to Cancer on June 22, 2000. I remarried in 2007, bought a house in Melbourne, Florida in 2008 and began to settle down from 23 years of RV travel/living..." [BIO Updated 12JUL2017 | E-Mail Updated 17APR2012 | BIO Updated 10DEC2007 | E-Mail Updated 27NOV2004 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 18NOV2004 | E-Mail 04FEB2003 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 24DEC2000 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 26JUL99 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 05JAN99 | 27MAR98]

LEISURE, William (Bill) A. Jr. wleisure@tampabay.rr.com "...Served in VP-42 from April 1958 thru January 1962. I was an Air Frames Repairman and a crew member RB8 my last year. I remember a lot of noon time Boorae card games and all night Pinochle games. I painted a whole lot of planes befor becomeing a crew member. Would enjoy hearing from old Shipmates. Have ran into Jack Swain we chat once in awhile. Has to be more of you ole boys down here in Florida. Lets get together at MacDill for something. I looked up crews in VP-42 and guess whos picture is in crew 8? Seen a whole lot of people I knew in those crew pictures..." [12JUN2001]

LeLIEVRE, TE3 Richard "Frenchy" lelievrerichard@verizon.net "...Was stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1953 through 1955. My rank at the time was TE3 and worked in the OPS Building in the Communication Center. We functioned as a support group for the VP squadrons at the time. Have great memories of the base and hopefully someone who I worked with will read this message (my fellow workers knew me as "Frenchy")..." [24FEB2008]

LEMBO, AT2 Mario R. lembo4364@optonline.net "...I served with VP-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland a few months prior to its move to NAS Brunswick, Maine in 1970. I made two deployments to NAS Bermuda from November - February 1970 and 1971. Was a sideboy for President Nixon's departure. I worked in the squadron's aircraft maintenance dept. on the APS 80 radar. Commanders' Wilkinson and Hansen were the CO's. I can remember only a few other members including Andy Muskus, Tom Fireband, and Rick Barletta. I am active in the NJ American Legion. I'd be interested in hearing from you and any other members of the squadron. Best Regards..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 29OCT2009 | 15AUG2001]

LEMCOOL, Rick Rick.Lemcool@FlightSafety.com "...I was in VP-46 from 1980-1982. Transfered to VP-91 1982-1986. Was surfing the web trying to locate some old Shipmates. John Hoskins, Kim Nederhous (spelling), Jeff Whitesell, Colorado, Stienmetz (spelling), Jeff Follett, Frank Workman, Roger Fillyaw, and any of the 10%'ers from the NAS Keflavik, Iceland det around. Love to hear from ya!..." [E-Mail Updated 12APR2001 | 17FEB2000]

LEMELIN, Steve lemelin@snip.net "...Served in VP-48 from 3/89 to 4/91. Spent 3 months in NAS Adak, Alaska and Okinawa with Crew 8. Went to Crew 9 "The Rude Crew" and spent some time in Cubi Pt, RP. Went to VP-47 due to decommissioning. After VP-47 I went to the TAR program. Served 4 years in VP-94 and almost 3 years in VP-66 after which I got out. I am currently in the process of affiliating with VP-66 and work for a major airline out of New York. I have been told that some of our names from the NAS Cubi Point, Philippines '90 det are on display in the Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola at the NAS Cubi Point, Philippines O' Club display..." [24MAY98]

LEMERAND, AW2 Jim jameslemerand@gmail.com "...I served with VP-1 (1971-1973) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii flying with Crew-7 and VP-93 at NAF Detroit, Michigan. While serving with VP-93 my employer was not sympathetic to my need for time off to drill. I missed more and more drills until they became both difficult to make up and very unfair to my crew. All hope was lost when I was transferred to Denver. Still, made a couple of "cruises" and more than a few flights. It was a good thing..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 01SEP2017 | 25MAY2000]

LEMIEUX, LT Roger RLLemieux@compuserve.com "...I left VP-42 the last week in November 1967. I was the last PPC of the ill-fated Crew 9. We had just returned from deployment in NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam/ NS Sangley Point, Philippines and most of the squadron went on leave. I was reassigned to another crew for a weather recon flight to Alaska in the interim because I was about to leave the Navy for a career with United Airlines. I learned about the crash of Crew 9 while I was visiting my inlaws in Texas. The only crew 9 survivor that I knew of was our ordinance man Deconza who went home to get married. We had a good crew. May they rest in peace. The then Lt. Roger Lemieux..." [26NOV2000]

LEMING, AT2 Steve sleming@quixnet.net "...Served with in VX-1 1971-1975. Made the big move from Key West to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Was in VP-40 1975 to 1978. IFT on the great Crew 4. After all these years I can finally stand the words "Good morning Marlins". Best group of people I have ever worked with. I am currently working for EDS. Would like to hear from old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 31AUG99 | 13JUL98]

LEMIRE, Gerry glemire@cox.net "...I joined the Navy right out of high school in 1969. Did bootcamp at Great Lakes, A-school in NAS Memphis, Tennessee, B-school in NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Stationed aboard VP-8/Crew 10 in mid '70 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Squardron later moved to NAS Brunswick, Maine. I served with Crew 10 as an ASW, "Jez" operator. Made 3 winter deploments to NAS Bermuda. Discharged from active duty 7/73. I can look back to a lot of good times, challenges, and many great friends. Hi to my Shipmates of VP-8, 1970-73!..." [E-Mail Updated 22DEC2009 | 05NOV2000]

LEMIRE, PO1 J. Alfred emsblue@aol.com "...I served with VP-21 (1964- 1968) and VP-64 (1968-1988)..." [25OCT2012]

LEMKE, AO2 Al al02@centurytel.net "...I came to VP-28 as an airman, made AO3 in August 1996 and AO2 in 1967. I was in VP-28 from July 1966 until the squadron went to NAS Adak, Alaska. Then I went to VP-22 until discharged October 1969 (18150 Old Springtown Rd, Gentry Ar 72734)..." [E-Mail Updated 22JUN2008 | E-Mail Updated 09AUG2005 | E-Mail Updated 28APR2000 | BIO Updated 02JUL99 | 28JUN99]

LEMKE, AW1(NAC) Dennis A. Retired urnotgonzo@hotmail.com "...I served with VS-30, VS-37, USS Enterprise (CVN-65), VP-31, VP-48, CPW-11 from 1981 to 1984, VP-50 from 1984 to 1987, VP-31 from 1987 to 1991 and VP-47 from 1991 to 1994..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 07JUN2011 | E-Mail Updated 07AUG2005 | E-Mail Updated 27OCT2003 | E-Mail Updated 13FEB2001 | E-Mail Updated 18NOV99 | 28JUL98]

LEMLEY, JOHN H. jhlemley54@hotmail.com "...I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM SOME OF MY OLD Shipmates FROM SQUADRONS VP-54 - VP-51 AND VB-101. THESE SQUADRONS WAS ORIGNALLY VP-11(f) flying PBY'S UNTIL 1943 THEY GOT THE ARMY B-24D AND THE SQUADRON WAS KNOWN AS VB-101. I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OF MY OLD Shipmates THAT WAS WITH ME AT MIDWAY BEFORE AND AFTER THE BATTLE..." WebSite: http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/Quarters/6439/ [E-Mail Updated 25MAR2001 | Updated WebSite URL 06SEP98 | 04SEP98]

LEMMONS, Rear Admiral Jeffrey A. http://www.chinfo.navy.mil/navpalib/people/flags/biographies/lemmonsja.html "...Rear Admiral Jeffrey A. Lemmons, Vice Commander, Naval Air Forces, Commander, Naval Air Force Reserve. Rear Admiral Lemmons is a native of Brownwood, Texas. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1979 and was designated a Naval Aviator in November of 1980. In 1981 he reported to VP-23 in NAS Brunswick, Maine, deploying to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NS Rota, Spain, the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NAS Bermuda, and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. He flew in maritime support for Operation Urgent Fury/Grenada Battle Group, Libyan, Syrian, and Nicaraguan surveillance operations. In September 1984, Rear Adm. Lemmons reported to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington D.C. as a Naval Intern where he participated in global war planning, multiple theater wargaming, and joint service policy development. Rear Adm. Lemmons received a Reserve commission in November 1985, and reported to VP-68 at NAF Washington, D.C.. He subsequently became the Commanding Officer of VP-68 in February 1996. After his squadron command tour, he has been assigned as: After his squadron command tour, he has been assigned as: Executive Assistant to the Commanding Officer, NR Reserve Patrol Wing Atlantic 0186; Commanding Officer, NR CVN-71 0193 supporting USS Theodore Roosevelt; Commanding Officer NR NAS Keflavik, Iceland 0293; Commanding Officer, NR Navy Command Center 106, supporting OPNAV N3/N5. During this period he also served in the following extended active duty assignments: Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) staff N88R, supporting the Director, Naval Air Warfare for programming and budget development; Commander U. S. Second Fleet ASST C2W Officer during NATO Exercise Strong Resolve 1998; USS Theodore Roosevelt Battle Group liaison officer to the Combined Air Operations Center, 5th Allied Tactical Air Force, Vicenza Italy during Operation Allied Force, the campaign to liberate Kosovo; OPNAV Naval Operations Group "Deep Blue" liaison officer to the Commander, U. S. Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Deputy for Mission Effectiveness, Navy Reserve Readiness Command Region Southeast Director for Fleet Readiness, OPNAV N43. He has proudly served with Shipmates who have earned four Meritorious Unit Commendations, the Joint Meritorious Unit Commendation, the Coast Guard Unit Commendation and two Battle "E" Awards for excellence. He is authorized to wear the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (3), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Kosovo Theater Medal, and the NATO Medal for Yugoslavia. He has completed the Naval War College and National Defense University Reserve Component studies curriculum. Rear Adm. Lemmons has been a commercial airline pilot with American Airlines since 1987..." [21MAR2005]

LeMOIGNE, AT3 Scott lemo6@comcast.net "...I was an AT-3 with VP-48 from 1980 to 1983. I'm interested in hearing from anyone who was there during that same time frame. I still keep in touch with AT-2 Randy Splide..." [E-Mail Updated 26SEP2006 | E-Mail Updated 22DEC2000 | 00XXX97]

LEMOINE, Steve s_lemoine@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-22 from 1975 to 1977. I was a second mech and flew with crews 1 and 5. Worked in the electrical shop (AE2) as well. I also served with VP-23 from 1978 to 1979. Presently, I am a teacher, married, living in Connecticut. Would love to hear from some old Shipmates..." [29AUG2005]

LEMOIS, AW1(AW/NAC) Robert "Bob" robert.lemois@gmail.com "...I served with RATCEN, VP-92, VP-31, VP-6, VP-92, VP-30, COMRESPATWINGPAC, FMP MOCC EPAC, VP-62 and RESASWTRACEN. Hope to hear from old Shipmates..." [07AUG2009]

LENAGAR, AW1 DAVID slenagar@whidbey.net "...I am currently in VP-40 and have been VP my whole career. I have orders to VP-30 and leave in May to NAS Jacksonville, Florida. While on deployment to Japan 5 months ago we parked our P-3C next to a Japanese P5M on the line at NAS Atsugi, Japan. That was a bad ass airplane....Must have been fun to fly..." [01APR98]

LENBERGS, Harold (Harry) havelenbergs@earthlink.net "...VP-50 Apr 63-May 66, NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NAS North Island, San Diego, California, made 65/66 deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. Started in Crew 3, joined Crew 12 when that was established. Later PPC in Crew 10 and 11..." [22NOV2001]

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LENHARR, ADCS(AW) STAN slenharr@hotmail.com "...Served with VP-6 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from February 1981 through October 1984, AIMD NAS Brunswick, Maine from November 1984 through June 1987, VP-44 NAS Brunswick, Maine from July 1987 until it was disestablished in May 1991, and AIMD NAS Brunswick, Maine from August 1991 through July 1993. After 2nd tour at AIMD NAS Brunswick, Maine checked into VP-8 July 1993 and enjoyed 7 fun-filled years there until I transfered to NRL at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland September 2000. I am currently still at NRL. Retirement is in the near future. Would love to hear from any old Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 17APR2002 | BIO Updated 10APR2002 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 18MAR2002 | 10MAY98]

LENHOFF, Ron vp21@snsworld.net "...I served VP-21 from '52 to '55 and enjoyed every minute especially the 2 deployment ( '53 & '54 ) to Malta where I met my English wife. Best regards to all VP-21ers hope to see you at the next reunion ..Ron Lenhoff, Sect. VP-21 Veterans Assoc..." [E-Mail Update 04MAR99 | 20NOV97]

LENNON, AK2 Jack johnljoanl@aol.com "...I was stationed at NAF Annapolis, Maryland immediately upon graduation from Great Lakes in August of 1950. We served on PBM5-A's and JRF grumman gooses. We also had a bunch of N3N yellow perils. This was in 1950-1952 time frame. I had a lot of good times and served with a lot of great guys; was even married at the Naval Station Chapel and we had our first boy (one of 7) born at the Naval Academy; so, a lot of fond memories still exist. Too bad they had to close it and I understand that they tore down the radio towers; I used to enjoy going up at night on the flight deck of the USS Block Island (our barracks at the time) and seeing the 12 or so blinking on and off lights on giant Xmas trees. Then there were the duty boat rides across the Severn River; our liberty launches taking us on a well earned respit after a long day of launching and retreiving the N3N aircraft entertaining the Midshipmen; trying to entice them into becoming Naval Aviators. From there I was ordered to Oceana Virginia and joined FASRON-121 who was about to deploy (in LST's) to Vieques. I beleive VP-7 and VP-11 did several training weeks with us. What an interesting job that was, hitting the beach with field packs, and living in tents like a bunch of junglebunnies. It was about a 90 day tour. We then packed up (now late 1953) and we deployed to NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. I left the squadron around late June or July and was discharged in August 1954..." [BIO Updated 02APR2005 | E-Mail Updated 30MAR2004 | E-Mail Updated 13JUN2002 | 21JUN2001]

LENSSEN, Paul pdlenssen@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-29 (1970-1974) as an Avionics Aircrew. I loved NAS Pensacola, Florida and playing penny ante poker with part of the Zoo Crew. I also served with VAQ-132 through 1977. I joined the reserved in Fargo, ND and went back in the TAR program and finally retired in 1995..." [05OCT2011]

LENTON, PH1 Clarence Retired clarence_lenton_sr@yahoo.com "...I served aboard the USS McCaffery (DD-860), USS Tang (SS-306) from 1978 to 1985, Naval Aviation Maintenance TRAining GRoUp (NAMTRAGRU) from 1985 to 1998, VP-67, USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) and retired. I am now a retired licensed practical nurse..." [07JUN2011]

LEON, AD2 Felix mileon1@yahoo.com "...I exited the naval service in 1992 and my last tour was with VP-31 as an instructor. I've long since worked for United Airlines but, I attribute all my learning to the Navy. Thanks!..." [24MAY2000]

LEONARD, ADJ3 Edward edward.leonard@ngc.com "...I served with VP-833 from 1961 to 1662 as a ADJ3. I was a Search Light Operator and Jet Engine Mechanic. We had flown to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR when we got lost and had to hand in NAS Bermuda. Then a Coast Guard P-5 escorted us to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR the next day our. Needless to say our CO was not happy about that..." [21FEB2008]

LEONARD, Fred fjl9282@aol.com "...I served with VPB-132 at NAS DeLand, Florida. LCDR T. H. MOORER was our Commanding Officer. I flew with Crew-10 and remember crewmembers LT Hart, LT Stearns, Al Larson and Haun. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 12JUL2011 | 31MAY2011]

LEONARD, ADC John "Jack" Retired boxcar93@comcast.net "...I served with VP-14 and was combined with VPB-102 (WWII) and VPB-118. While serving with VP-14 / VPB-102 we flew the PBY-5s and PB4Y-1s and while serving with VPB-118 we flew the PB4Y-2 (first combat squadron to fly the PB4Y-2). I retired with 40 years (1942-1982) spanning both Active and Naval Reserve..." [E-Mail Updated 01SEP2011 | E-Mail Updated 07SEP2004 | 14DEC97]

LEONARD, Leo Leonard Retired leonard01@mediaone.net "...I was stationed at VP-30 1993-1994. Great command and people. Treated this blackshoe great..." [05FEB2000]

LEONARD, Paul L. zapit2me@deltanet.com "...I served with VP-49 from 4-54 till my discharge in 11-56. I was a crewmen on EA-5, serving as 2nd tech or radioman. Unfortunately we had the bad luck to be deployed at NAS Bermuda, woe is me..." [14JUN98]

LEONARD, AG1 Robert A. "Bob" bleonard19@gmail.com "...I served aboard Fleet Weather Central (FWC) NAS Kodiak, Alaska (1956-1958) and TAD to Hydrographic Office doing Ice Reconnaissance in the Aleutians, Bering Sea, Arctic & Beaufort Sea area as far east as Cambridge Bayas an Aerial Ice Observer in VP P2V-7 aircraft. During the summer months we based out of Ladd AFB, Fairbanks, Alaska. After leaving Naval service my family and I returned to Kodiak where I flew for Kodiak Airways. I enjoyed 11 years living (hunting & fishing too!) in Kodiak..." [28DEC2010]

LEPPERT, Bill mempis@ccp.com "...Greetings Shipmates. I flew with VQ-1 out of Da Nang from Feb.-Aug. 1967. I was a CT "O" detached out of NAVCOMSTAPHIL at San Miguel. Some of the crew that I had flown with were later shot down by N. Koreans in 1969. This included LCDR Overstreet, the pilot in that fateful flight. If anyone knows the whereabouts of William E. Kosperski or Calvin Richardson, pls. pass the word that I would like to hear from them. CUL AR..." [E-Mail Updated 10SEP99 | 21OCT98]

LEPORE, John D. jdlepore@msn.com "...Was in beach crew VP-49 Dec 59 - Dec 61. Have many great memories of NAS Bermuda and some sober ones too. Any Shipmates or beach rat can email me at call at 717-763-8741..." [02JAN98]

LERDAHL, YN Chris A. brizacbugle@yahoo.com "...I was stationed with VP-60 from 1985-1989 as a YN right out of boot camp. I would love to hear from anyone that remembers me. Reading through some of the names in the Shipmates section brought back some great memories of some great people. I am an Intel Specialist now and stationed with NATO at AFNORTH Brunssum, Netherlands. Drop me an email and we can talk about old times. I am still in contact with YNC Philip Moore, I'm sure some of you remember him..." [23NOV2002]

LERETTE, AD1 Pete badkarma89@aol.com "...I am currently stationed with VP-10. VP Navy is the best Navy there is!!! Go RED LANCERS!..." [09MAY2000]

LERKE, AW2 Mike mike@raindancefire.net "...I was an AW2 stationed at the TSC (ASWOC) NAS Adak, Alaska from 1974-1975 and TSC NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan from 1975-1977. Hope all my buddies are doing well..." [18SEP2002]

LERSCH, AOC(AWS/NAC) Rob lerschr@gateway.net "...seeing so many familiar names from both VP-1 and VP-60. If any of you would care to drop a line I would be happy to hear from you..." [05FEB2000]

LESH, PO2 Ralph E. c/o Randall E. Lesh lladnar23@msn.com "...My Father, Ralph E. Lesh, served with VP-54 from from 1937 to November of 1941. My father is failing in his years and would like nothing better then hear from some of his former Shipmates. If you served (or knew) my Dad - please e-mail me and give me a little something for this great man I know as my Father..." [12AUG2009]

LESLIE, CAPTAIN Jim Retired j_leslie99@yahoo.com "...I was an AW-2 in SP-2E/SP-2H at NAS Alameda, California until early 1970 when the P-2 squadrons disbanded and was subsequently transferred to VP-91 at NAS Moffett Field, California. Finished school and then pilot training in 1973 and went on to fly F-4/F-14s (I hated those 8-10 hr. missions!). Came back to the VP community as COMRESPACWINGSPAC Intel Officer until just before my retirement in September 1995. I had a good time in the VP community and it's good to see some familiar names..." [E-Mail Updated 10JAN2006 | 23NOV97]

LESLIE, Vernon andanteiii@deccacable.com "...I served with FASRON-114 and was Plane Captain on UF-1..." [07SEP2015]

LESSNER, CDR Dennis USNR Retired denny.lessner@ssa.gov "...I served with VP-5 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 8/1/69 to 3/15/70 which included a deployment to NAS Bermuda..." [28AUG2008]

LESTELLE, AMS1 John jlestelle@ellijay.com "...I served with VP-94 (1976-1984) as a FE then left the Navy and joined the Air Force flying with the 815th WRS Hurricane Hunters at Keesler AFB, Ms. as a FE. If anyone has any information on VP-94 HM2 Susan Neuberger - please let me know..." [E-Mail Updated 05SEP2016 | E-Mail Updated 14JUL2011 | 04FEB2004]

LESTER, ATCS (NAC/AW) Albert "Al" Retired sakotrg@md.metrocast.net "...I served with VP-8 (IFT) from 1979 to 1987, VQ-2 (EW Operator) from 1987 to 1990, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (AIMD AV/ARM DIV Chief) from 1990 to 1993, VP-49 (IFT) 1994 to its disestablishment, VP-24 from 1994 to 1995 for their last deployment and then I hung it up and went to work with Raytheon Systems still supporting the P-3. I am still supporting the P-3 as the LSRS FST Avionics Representative out of NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [Updated E-Mail/BIO 02MAY2011 | 22NOV98]

LESTER, David C. dodales@msn.com "...I served with VP-40 and was a crewmember of crew ll and crew 8. We deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines in 1963, 1964, and 1965. I've been a retired Teamster for 2 plus years now. Enjoy traveling the country in our motorhome. Kicker back, don't cha know..." [03MAR2002]

LESTER, AT2 Ronald "Moe" moe6411@hotmail.com "...I started out in VP-19 and was there until it went bye-bye. From there I went to VP-46 and was there until my retirement in 1994. I have soon realized that the navy was the best job I've ever had. I will never forget the friends and fun times I had. I am still involved in aviation currentely working flight test for Learjet in Tucson, AZ. I would love to hear from all those I have crossed paths with over the years. "Go Orion."..." [08OCT99]

LECHNER, AT Jay Lechner jaylech@hotmail.com "...Served with VP-10 (CAC 2 Radioman/Tech) 58-61, NATTC Millington 61-62, VP-7 (CAC 2 Tech) 62-63, VX-1 (P-3 Crew) 63-65, and VP-26 65-66..." [E-Mail Updated 13AUG2001 | 20JAN98]

LEPPINK, ATN2 Linus R. leppinklinus@qwest.net "...I served with VP-42 from 1965 to 1968. I was an ATN2 and was assigned to AMD when at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I ran the electronics mainternace shop in Saigon, half the time, good old 24 on 24 off. My brother John was also in VP-42 from 1964 to 1967..." [E-Mail Updated 10DEC2003 | 26JUN2000]

LeTENDRE, AMS3 Paul L. pattyandpaulletendre@gmail.com "...I served with VP-56 (1960-1963) with deployments to NS Rota, Spain, NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (during the Cuban Missle Crisis) and UNITAS-4 (South America on President Kennedys people to people program) on LG-5..." [E-Mail Updated 13SEP2013 | 07JUN2012]

LETHCO, AMH2 Henry hlethco@gmail.com "...I served with VT-4 (1976-1979) at NAS Pensacola, Florida under CDR McAFEE..." [13JUL2012]

LETTERMAN, AT1 David A. ke3nj@pcspower.net "...Hi Everyone: I served with PROJECT TRIM/VAH-21 from 1967 thru March 1969. I left Cam Ranh Bay in March 1969. Have only had contact with Al Vinson, Dave Clingerman and just today Rich Miller. Dave Clingerman is living near Denver, Co., had the pleasure of a visit this past July while on a motorcyle vacation. His e-mail address is w6oal@aol.com. Just plain excited about the reunion. Really enjoy hearing from those I served with while in Navy..."[E-Mail Updated 03MAY99 | 16NOV97]

LETTERMAN, Wayne "The Flying Elephant" wletterman@remoteperformance.com "...I served with VP-50 (11/1986-11/1989) in the Avionics Division with deployments to NSF Diego Garcia, NAF Misawa, Japan with a "flap" detachment to NAS Agana, Guam. I learned much from my time in the Navy which led to opening my own Veteran Owned Small Business (V.O.S.B.) serving the IT Business. Feel free to drop me a line and check out our webpage at http://www.remoteperformance.com. Talk to you soon!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04APR2012 | E-Mail Updated 07APR2000 | 19MAR99]

LeVALLY, ATCS Donn Retired dlevally@comcast.net "...I served with VP-49 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1975 to 1979 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Bermuda and NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania, AIMD NAS Keflavik, Iceland (P-3 Support) and NAMTRADET NAS Jacksonville, Florida (P-3 Support) and retired while serving at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 1997. I am now supporting NAVAIR as a contractor managing the Central Kitting Activity in Orange Park, FL and Lexingtion Park, MD..." [04JAN2010]

LEVANDER, Barry Cheyfinn@aol.com "...I was USNR VP-812 NAS Twin Cities, Minnesota 1/65 to 6/66 Reserve, VP-49 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 6/66 to 5/68 active duty. Deployed to Kindley Airforce Base, Bermuda 1/67 to 6/67 inactive resever 5/68..." [26DEC98]

LEVANGIE, AMM3 Joseph B. bluejacket@mcttelecom.com "...I served with VD-2 from January 1943 after returning from a thirty day leave from oversea's. Served with VD-2 at Chambers Field till explosion of September 17, 1943 and after survivors leave for all, moved squadron to East Field. Was Plane Captain on SBD-4. Served under CDR Parrish, McElroy and Hughes. In April of 1944 I flew in SBD as Plane Captain with CDR Peter Hughes to New Cumberland, Pa to start a squadron there. Had various planes on line such as SBD's SB2C's F6F's TBF's SNJ's also had while in NAS Norfolk, Virginia a PBY of which a Chief AMM was Plane Captain by the name of Joseph B. LeRay. Have a few members of squadron names from a brochure of 1943, plus a few names from the Navy Log. Would like to hear from members of VD-2 from 1943 to 1945. God Bless All..." [E-Mail Updated 19MAR2002 | 08SEP2000]

LEVASSEUR, AZCM(AW) John Retired levasseurj@rbcinc.com "...Retired in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland area in January 01; went right to work for RBC, INC supporting PMA290 P-3/S-3 programs. Served NAS Meridian, MS 76-80, NAS SOWEY (SELRES) 83, VP-MAU NAS Brunswick, Maine 83-88, VP-66 Liberty Bells 88-90, CRPWL staff 90-94, NADOC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland/NAVAIR NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 94-01. Would enjoy hearing from old friend, even you Dave!..." [15MAR2001]

LeVECK, Douglas oneoldstuffer@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-42 (1968-1970)..." [08JAN2015]

LEVERICH, CDR/CWO4/AECS Dick Retired rwl@me.com "...I served with VP-66 from December 1976 to July 1997 (P-3A FE with 5001.1 hours and was the Aircraft Maintenance Officer), VQ-11 from 1997 to disestablishment in 2000 (first assigned SELRES Officer), VR-48 as an AMO from 2000 to December 2001, Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) in Allentown, PA (Active Duty - Commanding Officer) from 2001 to 2004 and retired from VR-64 in August 2008..." [26MAY2010]

LEVERTON, ATN3 Paul S. pleverton@desupernet.net "...Reported aboard VP 47 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington March 1962 back when our boats where P5M2S's.After 3 mo mess duty, 2 AT1's took me under their wings and eventually turn me into a Mustang AT3 .Thanks a million to George (Greek) G., Bob N. and the crew of Night Check. Those guys taught me a lot. Never would have done it without their help and guidance..." [20MAY2001]

LEVESQUE, AT2 David dlvq@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-44 from (November 1976 to June 1980. Ground pounding WST, AX3/AT2 from November 1976 (P-3A) to July 1979 (P-3C Update II's). July 1979 moved to CAC-6 as the IFT till June 1980. Deployments to NAS Bermuda- NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (1977), & NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1979). During my tenure in VP-44 we transistioned from P-3As to P-3C Update IIs. VP-11 May of 1980 - June 1981 as Weapons System Test (WST) & IFT during their transistion to Update IIs. Did deployment to NS Rota, Spain- NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Any old Shipmates please drop me an email..." [E-Mail Updated 08DEC2007 | E-Mail Updated 12MAY2001 | 17NOV99]

LEVESQUE, Ken "levek" kenl@iar.net "...I was in VP-47, '89-'93. NAS Adak, Alaska-'90, NAS Misawa, Japan-'92, NAS Adak, Alaska det '93, and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines det '92. Weapons System Test (WST) Team TAD 92-93. Had a great time and miss it much. Now, I'm a slacker civilian network administrator. EWO all the way. Love to here from somone!..." [14JUL98]

LEVESQUE, Maurice "Frenchy" maurice.b.levesque@lmco.com "...Served with VP-4 from 72-75. Miss the good ole days..." [E-Mail Updated 16AUG2007 | 19FEB98]

LEVESQUE, Robert D. archrie4life@aol.com "...I served with AEWBarRonPac as a ATAN Radio Operator on a flight crew (can't remember the crew number) around 1962 and with VP-4 as a Radio Operator in 1964 or 1965. I am especially interested in what everybody is doing now. Please send me an e-mail if you remember me. Thanks..." [23NOV2006]

LEVIJA, AX Michael mlevija@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 (1982-1984)..." [17NOV2014]

LEVINGSTON, AO3 Gary glbassin@aol.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1969 to 1972. I flew with Crew 1..." [22JAN2007]

LEWELLEN, Donald Keith laurellewellen@gmail.com "...I served with VP-MS-7 (1944-1948) at MCBH Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii..." [06FEB2012]

LEWELLYN, CAPT Richard F. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=320 "...CAPT Richard F. Lewellyn, USNR - NFL Number: 320 - Date of Birth: 6/1/1920 - Date In: 1/1/1942 - Date Out: 1/1/1965 - City, State: Marietta, GA - School Attended: Allegheny College - Aircraft Flown: PBY-5, P2V-5F, R5D - Ship or Unit: VPB-33 1/1/1943, VP-7, XO 1/1/1956 and OPNAV (OP-01R) 1/1/1962 - Pilot Desg.: Patrol Plane Cdr - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: S.Pac.,Philippines - Associations/Service Organizations: Ret. Officers Assn Assn of Nav Aviation Nav Av Museum Fdn - Highest personal decoration or award: Air Medal w/4 Goldstars - In Memoriam? No..." [10DEC2005]

LEVIN, Herbert hlevin9216@aol.com "...I served with VC-1 from 1966 through 1968. Does anybody recall the Drones! What ever happened to Gale a First class who was in charge at the AT shop?..." [08JUL2006]

LEWIS, Brian Lee Jr. Blewis@tng.net or Brianlewis@juno.com "...I served in VP-49 from April 1989 to March 1992. I also spent a short time in VP-56 From 88 to april 89. I was an acoustic AW2 on board CAC1 VP-49. I cross rated in 92 to an air traffic controller. Looking to speak with a great bunch of guys that I had the privilege to fly with..." [ICQ #17456768] [11SEP98]

LEWIS, Chuck Shipmate Pix chucklewis@zoominternet.net "...Hi gang. I started out as a "Plane Capt" on F-11s with VT-26 at NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas, "A" School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VP-31 for aircrew training at NAS North Island, San Diego, California and NAS Moffett Field, California where I joined VP-48. I was the Squadron Radar Training P.O. as well as the NATOPS Wing Evaluator and flew as the Radar/MAD Op in Crew "B" under Corky Anderson from 1968-1970 as an AX3 then AW2. Did NAS Adak, Alaska, Japan, Midway, Hawaii. In 1978 to 1981 I flew with VR-56 as a AE1 Flight Attendant aboard C9B Aircraft. I would like to hear from the old crew. I switched uniforms in 1981 and retired, after 30+ years, as an Air Force Master Sgt "Avionics Supervisor" from the Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at the 911th Air Wing, Pittsburgh PA. I also retired as a "Civilian Communications Specialist" for the Wing. I am a General Class Ham Radio Operator N3OIK..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 14NOV2011 | E-Mail Updated 06APR2005 | PIX/BIO Updated 20FEB2003 | E-Mail Updated 27FEB2002 | 14MAR98]

LEWIS, Clifford E. lewisc1@digitalexp.com "...I was stationed at NAS Alameda, California 1952-55, VR-2 as a Training Devicesman. Spent most of my assignment TAD to FAETUPAC Det 1 at Alameda, teaching instrument flying. Still have my flight log book with most of the squadron's pilots names..." [18NOV2001]

LEWIS, Curt wclewis@gwi.net"...I WAS IN VQ-1 FROM JUNE 88 TO JUN 92 AND PRESENTLY I AM ATTACHED TO VPU-1 , I HAVE BEEN HERE SINCE MARCH OF 93. HOPE TO HERE FROM OLD FRIENDS..."

LEWIS, PH1 Danny (Red Chimp) Shipmate Pix ohmss007dll@verizon.net "...I was stationed at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from January 27, 1978 to March 17, 1984. I did many WestPacs. I was mostly TAD to VC-1 FAPL but returned to the squadron. I am a VP-17 White Lightning! Hello to all my favourite Chimps from Hawaii! Very nice website. When we gave the P2V Neptune to Japanese Navy I flew on it's last flight. You guys wants some GOOD pics let me know. My favourite memory was being on the set of "Hawaii 5-0" and meeting JACK LORD. I have the pics too. "Book-en Danno, Aloha Kui noa"..." [PIX Added 19AUG2005 | E-Mail Updated 18AUG2005 | 24JUL2005]

LEWIS, Ed medic-again@prodigy.net "...There has been at least 1 additional squadron patch/logo for VX-4 that you do not display. I was assigned to the squadron at NAS Point Mugu, California from 1969 to 1971 under the command of Capt. Foster. We used a different squadron logo. Any chance you can find that logo and have it available??..." [10DEC98]

LEWIS, AT Fred M. Cell Phone: (843)708-0036 "...I served with VP-10 (CAC-9) from 1960 to 1963..." [21SEP2004]

LEWIS, Glen D. dlewis1936@yahoo.com "...I served with FASRON-106 in NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from August 1953 until March 1955, as an aviation technician. I am looking for other men who served with me during this period..." [29OCT2005]

LEWIS, Harry hlewis@wanweb.net

LEWIS, CDR Jack Retired [Phone Number: (360)897-6265] "...VP-49 as Safety Officer and PPC of Woodpecker Two from 1961 to 1963. Many slow hours between NAS Bermuda and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Reward for positive Soviet Foxtrot in Cuban quarantine was 3 yr tour at FAETULANT, NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Then Maintenance off., VP-28, 66-68, ALSEAFRON air ops, NAS Kodiak, Alaska baseops, VIP pilot NAF Washington, D.C. and retirement on 21 in 1974. Enjoyed next 16 yrs barnstorming around western states in a travel trailer, working seasonal pilot/mech jobs at resorts. Now happily settled in Wa. state, always happy to hear from old friends..." [Phone Number Replaced E-Mail 19DEC2004 | E-Mail Updated 12NOV2000 | 21JUN2000]

LEWIS, Jim jlewis7045@aol.com "...Did two tours with VP-56. October 1957 - June 1960 as a radioman/tech on 5 boat. Did a tour with VW-13 Crew 2 (EC-121's) and came back for a second tour from 1965 to 1966 with Crew 12. Loved those P2V7's. The plastic nose cone (MAD/Sniffer) was a great place to view the world. Especially during madtraps. Those were the days my friends! We thought they would never end!..." [03JUN2003]

LEWIS, AE2 John jlewis2744@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-28 from 1967 to September 1969. Made the last half of the NAS Adak, Alaska deployment and all of the NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan deployment in 1969. Would like to hear from others with whom I served. Tim Griffith please email me. I am living in Mobile, Alabama and retired from the US Army in 1988 as a First Sergeant (E-8). I attend the VP-28 Reunions each year. Info can be obtained by going to http://www.patron28.org...." [12SEP2007]

LEWIS, John jdlewis52@comcast.net "...I was an IFT in VP-48 from 1978 to 1981. I was lucky to be able to work with and fly with some of the finest people on earth. Fellow Boomer's, drop me a line..." [E-Mail Updated 12MAR2004 | 27APR98]

LEWIS, KEN (AKA LOUIE THE CROW) LEWISTEAM@AOL.COM "...In VP-10 from 25FEB62 to 24APR64. Interested in news of Shipmates between those dates. Anybody know what happened to Spike Blankenberg or Jerry Weinzapfal. I'm currently in contact with JB Smith, Stan Watson, Dave Anderson and Virg Hoppe? Also wish I knew what became of Slow Dean and Richard The Rat Sommers..." [27JUN98]

LEWIS, AWCS Lance A. llewis@lsijax.com "...Flew with VP-16 from1981-85, VP-30 from 1987-91, VP-5 from 1991-94, and CPW-11 from 1994-97. Retired November 7, 1997 in Orange Park, Fl. Give me a holler, (anyone but AW1 Timothy M. Walker). Just kidding Tim..." [24FEB98]

LEWIS, ADJ3 L. L. "Bernie" bglewis@ecentral.com "...I served with VQ-2 (3/1965-3/1967). I learned to fly through the NS Rota, Spain Navy Flying Club and made flyng a career retiring in 2008..." [14DEC2012]

LEWIS, Lekula lekula.lewis@navy.mil "...I served with VAQ-33 from 1992 to disestablishment in 1993. I worked with some great Shipmates in the Admin Department my short time there..." [17JUN2011]

LEWIS, Mitchell A. (Mick) mblewis@suscom-maine.net "...Member of the VP-60 A-Team from 1974 thru 1979. What a great bunch of guys to be associated with. Rick Fraske and Stan Walker were two of the best friends a guys could have. Went to VA-305 and made Chief. A very short stint in HSL-74 and then on to VP-MAU NAS Brunswick, Maine, where I finished the career. Am now a police officer for the City of Bath. Sure would like to hear from any and all Shipmates..." [11DEC2000]

LEWIS, AOC (AW/NAC) Richard Retired richl9548@gmail.com "...I served with VP-46 (1969-1972), Naval Air Development Center Warminster (1972-1976), VP-11 (1976-1978), NAS Midway Island (1978-1979), NAS Lemoore, California (1979-1981) (what was I thinking), VP-17 (1981-1984), NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1985-1989), VP-40 (1989-1992) and NAMTD NAS Moffett Field, California (1992-1993). Finally retired in 1993 and settled in Florida. The names I've seen bring back so many memories. Middle of the night phone calls, alert launches, icing down beer for post-flight. From NAS Adak, Alaska to NAS Agana, Guam, Cavite to Catania, there was and is no better way to travel. Anyone out there care to drop a line, the coffee's on, the beer's cold and the smoking lamp is lit..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUN2013 | E-Mail Updated 17APR2010 | E-Mail Updated 28MAY2007 | E-Mail Updated 04JAN2005 | 18APR2001]

LEWIS, ADJ3 Robert H. roberthlewis@rcn.com "...I was attached to VP-31 from August 1965 thru August 1967. I was an ADJ3 and worked for Chief Tineo the leading chief and a ABH1 Pet Enriques. Anybody out there know what happend to him?..." [03AUG2001]

LEWIS, Thad K. thadklewis@webtv.net "...VP-23 Masters Field, Miami, Florida. March 1950 to Dec. Transfered to FAETULANT NAS Norfolk, Virginia 1951..." [10JUL2006]

LEWIS, AW1 Tom tlewis@nlsoftware.com "...I am currently stationed at VP-91 in NAS Moffett Field, California. My VP history is as follows: VP-9 1985-1989, VP-31 1989-1992, VP-46 1992-1996, and VP-91 1996-Present..." [29MAY98]

LEWIS, CDR William Andrew Jackson http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/Quarters/7858/bios/lewiswaj.html "...After graduation from the Naval Acadamey on 06 June 1940, he received orders to report to USS CALIFORNIA, AKA "Prune Barge." Following a memorable and historic June leave, he reported aboard at Bremerton and was assigned to the Engineering Dept. as Main Engine Division Officer. He was aboard CALIFORNIA when she was sunk at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In February, 1942, Bill returned to the states to report as Main Engine Division Officer aboard USS INDIANA, which was under construction at Newport News, VA. In May, on completion of sea trials, the ship proceeded to Noumea, New Caledonia, to operate with a task force during the Guadalcanal and Solomons campaigns. INDIANA moved up to Pearl for some repairs then joined a fast carrier task force for the first raid on Marcus Island. In 1944, after L.T.A. flight training at NAS Moffett Field, California, Bill reported as Executive Officer of ZP-14, then became Commanding Officer of ZP-14, which provided anti-submarine coverage fortraffic in and out of NAS Norfolk, Virginia and the east coast. After VE Day, Bill received orders to report to USS RENO as Chief Engineer and remained on board in that capacity for the balance of the war. She was decommissioned and laid up in the reserve fleet at Bremerton, Washington. Resignation from the Regular Navy was submitted and accepted in the summer of 1946, at which time Bill returned to Ruston, LA, to become active in a family-owned department store. He accepted a commission in the Naval Reserve and organized and served as Commanding Officer of a U.S. Naval Reserve Surface Division located on the campus of La. Tech University. During this time, he was promoted to the rank of Commander, with which rank he retired. Business affiliations have been with Lewis & Company, Ltd., a 105- year-old department store, and Jaclin Corp., a timber and real estate development company, serving as president of both. Leisure time has been devoted to sailing, traveling and family activities. Carolyn and Bill will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this year (now it can be told). Two daughters and two sons and their spouses have made them the fortunate grandparents of six granddaughters and three grandsons. Looking back over the past fifty years, they are thankful for a wonderful, devoted family, good health, a close group of classmates and a great life --who could ask for anything more?..." [14JUL2003]

LEY, AW3 Ed ko4wt@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-16 (Crew 1 with CDR Castle) from 1971 to 1974. I am now living in Southeast Tennessee. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [26AUG2006]

LEYNES, John A. Jr. john@flarr.com "...I joined the United States Navy in December of 1967 in Jacksonville Florida. I served 2 tours of duty, having re-upped or reenlisted for a second time in 1970. As an enlisted man during the Vietnam Era, I earned my AirCrew Wings and served as an aircrew member in Antisubmarine Patrol Squadron VP-7F-2 based at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I flew many patrol missions off the East Coast of Florida keeping track of Soviet submarines, both conventional and nuclear powered. It was surprising how many of them were out there and how close they were to the United States. When I began service, we flew in the old World War II vintage Lockheed P2V Neptune's. Toward the end of my service, we finally got the newer Lockheed P-3A Orion aircraft. I was honorably discharged from the Navy in 1975..." WebSite: http://bellsouthpwp.net/j/a/jaljr/coldwar.htm [E-Mail Updated 10MAR2010 | 14SEP2004]


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