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Memorial Picture "...MAGOON, AOM Richard M...My step-father, Richard M. Magoon, was a AOM Bombardier, VPB-117, Crew 16, under LT(jg) Jan Carter. (Pictured page 31 "Above an Angry Sea, U S Navy B-24 Liberator and PB4Y-2 Privateer" by Alan C. Carey). Just to note, dad rarely talked about any war experiences unless with shipmates during heavy drinking... Great dad, he finished 23 years in the Navy (as a Fire Control Technician.) He passed away October 14, 1993. Miss him a bounch. Bought him a memorial brick at the Museum on Ford Island..." Contributed by George W. Carte gcarte@cableone.net [25SEP2017]

Memorial Picture "...MOFIELD, Sylvester...My Father, Sylvester Mofield, served with VP-56 at NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1962 (April and May). My Father passed away in 1988. I would like to hear from his former Shipmates. Nathan Mofield natemofield@yahoo.com..." [25FEB2007]

Memorial Picture "...MONTIERTH, Matt...Regret to inform all Matt Montierth (VQ-2 1971-1974) has died from complications of pneumonia. A beloved friend and brother-in-law...William Unger (VQ-2 1971-1974) william.unger@cox.net..." [03JAN2005]

Memorial Picture "...MOORE, Randell "Randy"...I am sorry to report that Randy passed late February early March 2010. Randy served with VP-19 Crew-2 and Crew-4..." Contributed by KUSMIERZ, CWO4 Richard T. Retired kusi555@hotmail.com [21JAN2011]

Memorial Picture "...MOORE, Richard N...Richard N. Moore passed away in 1993. Richard was a member our Crew 9 of VP-892 (1951-1952)...TIMMER, AT2 Harold w8hgt@sbcglobal.net..." [21MAR2005]

Memorial Picture "...MOORE, Thomas E...Tom Moore 72, of Poyen, AR passed away Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at UAMS in Little Rock. He was born July 25, 1937 in Elaine, Arkansas the son of the late Selfie Matthew and Alice Mae (Wake) Moore. He was retired from the U.S. Navy having served twenty years, including a tour 1971-1974 with Patrol Squadron Four (VP-4) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, and then loved traveling, camping but especially being with his family and he was a Baptist. He was preceded in death by his parents and son-in-law Kenny Batchelor. Survivors are his wife of fifty-four years, Rebecca Ann Moore to whom he married September 27, 1955. Also his sons, Matt Moore and wife Jane of Austin, Texas, Tommy Moore and wife Charlene of Poyen. Daughter Cindy Batchelor of Poyen, Brothers, Joseph and Jimmy Carroll of Poyen and Danny Moore of Sheridan, Sister, Barbara Jenkins of Hot Springs, Grandchildren, Lauren Moore, Hollye Townley, Justin Moore and wife Kate, Kevin Moore, Brock Townley and wife Diane, Tera Stubblefield and husband Jason, Tasha Robbins and husband Cullun, Travis Graff, Zach Batchelor, and Heath Batchelor and wife Shanna, Great-grandchildren, Kaden Townley, Kodee and Bo Batchelor, Ashley Archer, Blake Robbins, Bo and Bella Stubblefield. Visitation will be Friday November 27, from 6 until 8PM at Regency. Funeral is 2PM Saturday November 28, in the Regency Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Kevin Spurlin officiating. Burial in Lindsey-Poyen Cemetery with Military Honors. Pallbearers are Gary Jenkins, Randall, Jimmy Darrell, Eric, and Jason Moore, Jacob and Tyler Hicks and Toni Thacker. Honorary pallbearers are Tim Moore, Burt Hicks and Eric Gioco. Arrangements are by Regency Funeral Home. You may sign the guestbook at http://www.regencyfuneralhome.com..." Contributed by ANDRUSZKEWICZ, Steve "Andy" sgpa2zfmly@aol.com [26DEC2009]

Memorial Picture "...MOORE, ADJC William F. Sr. My father, ADJC William F. Moore Sr., past away June 14, 2005. He was a member of VP-1 during the around the world return flight deployment, we've watch his home movies numerous times over the years. He was a Plance Captain and left VP-1 as an ADR3. He retired in January 1974 from NPMTC NAS Point Mugu, California but was a Flight Engineer and his last VP outfit was VP-50 in NAS Moffett Field, California from 1969 to 1971. VP-1 CMC and two fellow CPOs provided pall bearer services in June for his funeral in Mount Vernon, WA were he was laid to rest next his wife Marilyn Moore who past away in April 2004. If any one remembers my father or may have photos of him you may reach me at my email address. William F. Moore, Jr. ATCS Retired cmsservices@roadrunner.com..." [08NOV2005]

Memorial Picture "...MOORE, William "Russ"...My father,William (Russ) Moore, was OIC of VAH-4 Det Lima. He was killed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in 1961. I didn't have much time to come to know him, as he and my mother divorced when I was young. My siblings and I spent part of the summer before he was killed with him and Martha, my step-mother at Coupeville. I am interested in contacting anyone who knew him. Thanks to all of you out there for your service and dedication..." Contributed by Bill Moore wmoore@uoregon.edu [01MAY2013]

Memorial Picture "...MOORER, Admiral Thomas H...(Served with VP-22, VB-132, FAW-2, FAW-10, and USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13)) - Retired U.S. Navy Adm. Thomas Moorer, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from July 1970 to June 1974 and chief of naval operations from 1967 to 1970, died today at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. He was 91. The 41-year Navy veteran retired from active duty in 1974, ending a distinguished career that included service as the seventh chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and 18th chief of naval operations. Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gordon England, praised the admiral's distinguished service by saying, "Admiral Thomas Moorer served his country with honor, courage and commitment throughout his active and dynamic life. "His bravery in combat, his dedication and strong leadership as chief of naval operations and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff guided our Navy, and our armed forces, through some of the most turbulent years in America's history." Marine Corps Gen. Peter Pace, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said, "I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Admiral Tom Moorer. He served the United States Navy and our great nation with distinction. Admiral Moorer's legacy, as both chief of naval operations, and as the seventh chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has made a lasting impression on all of us who have followed. "On behalf of General Myers, and all the Joint Chiefs of Staff, I offer our heartfelt condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Moorer family during this difficult time. May you draw comfort from your memories, as we remember fondly how Admiral Moorer served his country - and all of us - so well." Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Vern Clark added, "Admiral Moorer's leadership had a profound impact on our institution and a personal influence on many of us who were fortunate enough to serve under him. He displayed extraordinary courage both in combat and in the process of instituting positive change throughout our military." Born Feb. 9, 1912, in Mt. Willing, Ala., Adm. Moorer graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1933. After completing naval aviation training at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in 1936, he flew with fighter squadrons based on the carriers Langley, Lexington and Enterprise. Adm. Moorer was serving with Patrol Squadron Twenty-Two at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, when the Japanese attacked in December 1941. His squadron subsequently participated in the Dutch East Indies Campaign in the Southwest Pacific where he flew numerous combat missions. Moorer received a Purple Heart after being shot down and wounded off the coast of Australia in February 1942 and then surviving an attack on the rescue ship, which was sunk by enemy action the same day. Moorer received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his valor three months later when he braved Japanese air superiority to fly supplies into and evacuate wounded out of the island of Timor. Tours afloat included operations officer aboard USS Midway and on the staff of Commander Carrier Division Four, Atlantic Fleet. Moorer commanded USS Salisbury Sound. Promoted to vice admiral in 1962, Moorer took command of the Seventh Fleet, and in June 1964 became commander in chief of the Pacific Fleet as a full admiral. One year later, he took command of NATO's U.S. Atlantic Command and the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, becoming the first naval officer to command both the Pacific and Atlantic Fleets. President Johnson appointed him chief of naval operations in 1967, and after serving almost three years, President Nixon selected him to be chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff--the first naval officer to hold this position in 13 years. On July 2, 1974, Adm. Moorer retired from active duty. At his retirement ceremony, a second Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal was presented by Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger for extraordinary performance of duty and exceptional achievement as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from January 1973 to June 1974. In this citation, the secretary of defense said, "I particularly note that Tom Moorer has always put his country's interests before anything else, and it is this quality I recognize in presenting him the only oak leaf cluster ever given to the Defense Distinguished Service Medal." Adm. Moorer is survived by his wife, the former Carrie Ellen Foy, and their four children...Tom Frohne t@frohne.com..." [25FEB2004]

Memorial Picture "...MORAN, Laurence "Babe" A...Laurence A. “Babe” Moran, 91, died June 15, 2012 at the Iowa Veteran’s Home, Marshalltown, Iowa from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. He was born on Feb. 11, 1921, in Duluth, to Ralph & Christine (Vechello) Moran. He graduated from Denfeld High School in 1939. He was employed in Duluth and Detroit until enlisting in the Naval Aviation program in May 1942 and was awarded his gold Navy pilots wings in June 1943, served two tours as a combat pilot in the south Pacific, until his release in Nov. 1945. Among his many decorations are the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal. In 1947 he established Moran Photo Studio in West Duluth as a portrait & commercial photographer. In June of 1950 he was recalled by the Navy, spent two years patrolling the Aleutian Islands and an additional two years as a flight instructor in Glenview, Illinois. He was discharged from the US Navy Reserve as a Lieutenant Commander. Upon returning to Duluth he resumed his studio operations and was a working photographer until retirement. In 1993 he married Sue Dye; they divided their time between Hampton, Iowa and Mesa, Arizona. In retirement he became a master wood carver, but never lost his interest in photography and aviation. He was preceded in death by his parents, granddaughter Christina Moselle, sister Lena, brothers Clarence and Vernon and sisters-in-law Val, Norma & Jane. He is survived by his wife Sue, daughters Roberta (Gene) Moselle, Superior, Wisconsin, and Lynn (David) Meyer, St. Paul, grandchildren Sarah Moselle, Charlie, and Lucy Meyer; great-grandchildren, Christina and Robert Moselle; brothers, Cliff, New Iberia, Louisiana and Ken (Jackie), Duluth. He will be missed by many nieces, nephews, cousins and close friends. The family would like to thank the Iowa Veteran’s Home for their wonderful care. Visitation 1 until the 2 pm Memorial Service Saturday, June 30, 2012, at Williams-Lobermeier-Boettcher Funeral Home. Burial in Calvary Cemetery accorded by the Duluth Combined Honor Guard. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that a donation be made to the East Central Iowa Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, 317 Seventh Avenue SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 - Williams Lobermeier Boettcher Funeral Home.." Contributed by Jonathan Horne (son of LCDR Philip A. Horne) jhorne@izap.com [14AUG2013]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "... MORAN, AOC Raymond Thomas...My dad, Raymond Thomas Moran AOC (Retired/deceased), served with VP-21 (April 24, 1940 to January 20, 1942), VP-102 (January 20, 1942 to March 31, 1942) and VP-62 in the Aleutians after he got back from Perth. Do any of you by chance remember him? He was a white Irish Catholic, approx 5'7" tall and 176 lbs. w/brown hair and blue eyes. He was probably a wise guy with a great sense of humor. I have some pictures of him in the 50's but I'll have to search around for those any older than that. I don't know too much about him because he and mom divorced the year I was born. I just received the Bronze Star posthumously for him on April 3, 2009. The Navy has already reissued the rest of his medals to me. If any of you remember my dad please write back. FYI, my local paper the Freelance Star (http://fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2009/052009/05112009/462968), the DoD WebSite (http://www.defenselink.mil/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=54762) and the PBY Memorial Foundation have published my story (http://www.pbyma.org/news.html). God Bless...Ronald T. Moran ronald.moran@dla.mil..." [02JUL2009]

Memorial Picture "...MORGAN, AT2 Robert "Budda Belly"...My friend, AT2 Robert "Budda Belly" Morgan, passed away July 10, 2013. We served together as part of VP-4 between 1986 and 1990..." Contributed by OSBORNE, AT1(AW) Mark Retired oriontk@att.net [20AUG2014]

Memorial Picture "...MORIARTY, CDR John J...My Dad, Commander John J. Moriarty, was at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts as a reserve officer. He has since passed away and I would love to hear from anyone who new him and what he and the brave men did. He never talked about his military service which began in 1943 serving active duty in the Pacific. I would love to know more. He flew a P2v then another, perhaps a P-3? I recall Orion as a patch, perhaps a Patriot and a Neptune. Dad's DD-214 mentioned the following: USN Receiving Station, Boston, MA, VP-10 (Naval Aviator) NAS Alameda, California, NAS Pensacola, Florida, NAS Squantum, Massachusetts, University of N.C. at Chapel Hill and NAS Atlanta, Georgia. Also says Asiatic Pacific, Phillipine liberation. I know he was also in the Korean (war?) called onto active duty from the reserves. His DD-214 doesn't even mention being at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts but he sure was. He spent the most time there in the reserves. Any info would be most appreciated. Thank you all. You are truly heroes...P.L. Moriarty plm1010@comcast.net..." [14NOV2006]

Memorial Picture "...MORRISON, AM3 Robert E...Dad entered Active Duty 10-31-1942, date of his separation Jan 19, 1946. He was a Aviation Metalsmith, AM3C, CASU-4, Born July 30, 1924, Home of Record Connersville, Indiana. Died Nov 11, 1994, buried at Cave Hill Cemetery Louisville KY. Dad was award the Victory Medal, American Campaign medal, Asisatic Pacific Campaign Medal and a good conduct medal...His son, Gregory Morrison gregmorrison2005@aol.com..." [31AUG2007]

Memorial Picture "...MORRISON, CAPTAIN Talmage Hiram...Talmage Hiram Morrison Jr. passed away June 3, 2015. He was born October 20, 1921 in Santa Monica, CA to Talmage and Birdie Morrison. Talmage graduated from Washington High School in 1939. He entered the US Navy on July 3, 1940. He served during WWII and the Korean War. He retired as a Captain on June 30 1967 (http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Talmage-Morrison&lc=1215&pid=175017716&mid=6472364). Captain Morrison flew with my father in VB-144 (1944). This leaves my father, Philip Horne (98), as the sole surviving pilot...." Contributed by Jonathan Horne jonathan.horne53@gmail.com [13JUL2015]

Memorial Picture "...MORROW, LT Howard R....My father, LT Howard R. Morrow, AVN, USNR, was seriously injured in a take-off accident in VB-131 PV-1 BUNO: 33189 early in December, 1943, in New Guinea. All six aboard the a/c survived. My father is now deceased. I would like to have any survivors in the crew contact me. They were: LT Bradford G. Swonetz, AVN, USNR; AMM1c Lowell F. Meyer, USN; Andrew T. Lenta, RM3c, USN; Walter E. Street, AOM2c, USNR; and James F. Ransone, AOM2c, USNR...Claudia Morrow clajar44@yahoo.com..." [11MAR2005]

Memorial Picture "...MORROW, AT2 William Jr. "Bill"...My father, William Edward "Bill", passed away Sunday, April 10, 2016. He served as an AT2 with VW-11 (1956-1960) in NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. I would like to hear from any of Dad's Shipmates..." Contributed by bbjm7300@bellsouth.net [16APR2016]

Memorial Picture "...MORRIS, CAPTAIN M. Eugene "Moe"...Marion "Moe" Eugene Morris, Capt. USN, Ret., born July 4, 1926, passed away at his home in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 2, 2005 surrounded by his loving family only eighteen days after the death of his beloved wife of 57 years, Virginia. Moe served with VP-MS-7 / VP-47, MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, NAS North Island, San Diego, California, 1947-1959. Ensign PPC with Ensign FP and Midshipman 3rd pilot/nav. Later flew PBM-5As on NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for Operation Ivy, then with VP-48 1953-1955 PBMs P5Ms. Served on USS Albemarle (AV-5) on east coast, 1959-60...Lee Anderson vp48sugarfox1@gmail.com ..." [05APR2005]

Memorial Picture "...MORASCH, AWC Paul "Shark"...On Sunday February the 28th, 2016 we lost an amazing husband, father, and overall human being. Retired Navy Chief Petty Officer Paul (Shark) Morasch Jr. is survived by his Wife of 45 years Carolyn, His kids Martin, Elizabeth, & Zoe; His Grand kids Marquis, Evan, Lindsay, Malcolm, and Brayden; His siblings James and Terri; Numerous nieces and nephews; The countless members of his Navy family, and proceeded in death by his Brother Perry, Mother Eleanor, Brother Phillip, Brother Tom, and Father Paul Sr. Retired U.S. Navy Anti-Submarine Warfare Operator Chief Petty Officer (AWC) Paul (Shark) Morasch was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery with full complete Navy honors on September 6th 2016. away 0n February 28th 2016. We lost an amazing career navy veteran..." Contributed by WCS Greg Manross greggm1106@yahoo.com [13APR2018]

Memorial Picture "...MOSELY, AFCM Dennis R...AFCM Dennis R. Mosely, 58, passed away Tuesday, December 21, 2004. Master Chief Mosely retired from the US Navy after 32 years of service as a highly decorated Vietnam Veteran. A reserve officer with Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, Dennis was the Service Manager for River's Bus & RV and a member of Lake Shore Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Luella M. Mosely; sons, Greg Mosely (Teresa), AMC Bill Mosely (Jenny) & Chuck Mosely (Amanda); brothers, CDR Charles Mosely (Mary Ann) & Michael Mosely and grandchildren, Amber (Clay), Shelby, Charlie, Hayley, Andrew & Adam. Funeral services will be held 2:00 PM Monday, December 27, 2004 at Lake Shore Baptist Church with Rev. Steve Mouzon officiating. Interment will follow at Riverside Memorial Park..." Contributed by Bruce Barney ibbarney@access4less.net [27DEC2004]

Memorial Picture "...MOSLEY, James C. "Big Jim"...My Father, James C. Mosley, served with VPB-21 during WWII. Dad has been gone for over 28 years now and he is missed. I would love to talk to anyone that may have known Dad..." Contributed by Rita Mosley rkmosley62@gmail.com [20DEC2012]

Memorial Picture "...MORTENSEN, CAPTAIN Wes "Mort"...Captain Wesley (Wes) Davis Mortensen (served with AEWBarRonPac VW-14) passed away January 3rd, 2009 at age 68. You may not know or recognize the name, however if you have ever flown on any of the following airlines – North Central, Republic, Northwest – chances are Captain Wes Mortensen was the guy that got you there, safe and sound. With an estimated 25,000 hours of piloting while traveling at an average speed of 475 mph, we not only conclude that he could have flown 50 round trips to the moon; but that the man just loved to fly. Fearless and determined, he worked in the sod fields to pay his way into the cockpit. Nothing came easy for him and he never took his success for granted. His hard work, determination and professionalism provided his family a safe and loving home where all were welcome. As a husband, he put aside petty things in exchange for love, understanding and forgiveness and is survived by his loving wife Leona (Lee) Mortensen, who held his hand till the end and never once left his side. Lee, was the absolute love of his life and he adored no other. As a father, he was a dad you could count on for everything, no distance was too far for him to travel to get us home safe, no project too difficult for him to help you complete, no hour was too late to call, and no judgment was ever made no matter the mistake. He loved all of his kids equally, honestly, and uniquely. He is survived by his children Cory Mortensen, Hiedi Hendrickson and her husband Aaron, Perry Mortensen, Ryan Mortensen and his wife Erin, Sara Mortensen, Heather Kipf and her husband Chad; brother Lynn Mortensen and wife Barb, sister Judy Seaton and husband John; 9 wonderful grandchildren and countless other family and friends. Memorial Service 1 PM Wednesday, Jan. 7th at Augustana Lutheran Church, 1400 So. Robert St. @ Emerson, West St Paul, MN With a gathering of family and friends 1 hour prior to the service at the church. Private burial at Ft. Snelling National cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the Wounded Warriors West Funeral Home 651-457-6200 http://www.klecatskys.com..." Contributed by FETSCHER, AXC Dennis "Fetch" Retired dfetscher@cox.net [29JAN2009]

Memorial Picture "...MOSES, Carl W...My Grandfather, Carl W. Moses, passed away in 1998. He served with VP-4 from 1962 to 1964. I am looking for anyone who might have old pictures or old stories of him. I would like the chance to hear any stories you might have so that I might pass them on...James Ethan Moses moses@usa.com..." [23MAR2004]

Memorial Picture "...MOUNT, Carl Jr...MOUNT CARL "CHUCK" and "SPUD" KOERNER MOUNT, JR. died July 20, 2003 in Kendal Lakes, Miami, Florida. He was born May 31, 1935 in Houston, Texas and graduated from the University of Houston in 1960. He served in the U.S. Navy in Naval Aviation Squadron Twenty Four, where he obtained the rank of Lieutenant. Spud joined Eastern Airlines in 1963 and in 1967 was based in Miami where he had lived for the past 33 years. In 1989 he retired from Eastern as a Captain. He is survived by his sons, Bryan Mount and Michael Mount; grandchildren, Kirsten Mount and Selina Mount; his mother, Cleo Lawson Mount; his brother, Charles Mount; and a sister, Sue Tinder. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 30, 2003 in the chapel of Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home, Westheimer at Dairy Ashford, at 1:30 p.m. Interment will follow in Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery..." COntributed by Andy Massa navyvp24@hotmail.com [01NOV2003]

Memorial Picture "...MOUTON, William J...It is with sadness that I report the death, of cancer, of William J. Mouton who was a pilot with VP-49 in NAS Bermuda from 1954 to 1957. An broad announcement was sent to those with emails who served in the VP-49 seaplane era. If you need additional details you can contact me...Robert B. Griffin, Jr. seminole52@aol.com..." [16JUL2001]

Memorial Picture "...MOYLES, Jerry...My Dad, Jerry Moyles, served with FAW-8 (1943-1945) and VPB-124 in the Pacific..." Contributed by Colleen Moyles Wheeler wheelercm@bellsouth.net [24JUN2012]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...MOYNIHAN, William "Bud" F...My father just passed away at 95 years old. Dad attended the US Naval Academy and received his pilot training at NAS Pensacola, Florida. Dad served with VP-HL-2 and flew the PB4Y-2 and PBY in the South Pacific during World War II. I am wearing a belt buckle that he wore in 1946 in a picture while standing next to his bomber on NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands. The buckle reads "Philippines VP-HL-2 1946 W.F. Moynihan." My Dad was a wonderful man who loved his country, the US Navy, both the sea and air. And he loved my mother and us children in a sacrificial way that I have seen in very few..." Contributed by William S. Moynihan drmoynihan@hotmail.com [27APR2017]


MOBLEY, MCPO Darrell Retired dmobley@wireweb.net "...I served in VP2 from mid 1966 until the squadron was decommissioned in late 1969..." [25DEC000]

MOBLEY, Scott R. scott3011@yahoo.com "...Served in VP-5 1991-94, also spent time underway with the USS Nimitz ASMOD 89-91, VP-30 94-98, ASWOC/TSC NAS Sigonella, Sicily 98-01. Currently on my why to VP-10 in NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28JUN2001]

MOCK, AC1 James R. Retired jijo@planttel.net "...I served in VW-11 in 1961-1962 then transfered to the control tower at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. Would like to hear from anyone who remembers me. I also served on the USS Kitty Hawk 1966-1968, OC Division..." [03FEB2000]

MOCKERIDGE, Pat patmocke@earthlink.net "...I served as an AW (acoustic) on Crew 4 with VP-48 from 3/77 to 6/79, did the NAS Adak, Alaska det in 77 - rollercoasters were always boring after that. Also deployed to NAF Misawa, Japan in 78, remember shopping in Korea, remember most of the PI - none of which I'll admit to. Hey Mike can you believe Stanley made Admiral? I found this site by accident and went thru the VP-48 registry and was happy to see some names from the past. So any of my fellow FAW'S that remember me or still owe me money can drop a line anytime. We had some good times at NAS Moffett Field, California "The K.C.", St. James, Saturday "touch" football, even the aircraft corrosion cleans and bouy locker don't seem so bad now, I coulda been a lifer..." [04APR2005]

MODLIN, Raymond D. rraymod@aol.com "...I joined VP-11 when it was re-established in 1951 (might have been 1952) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. We first flew PB4Y2's, then our home base was moved to NAS Brunswick, Maine. We deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Malta, Viequez, etc. Was a 2nd Meck on Flight Crew #8. LTjg Matheson was our captain and Tex Gordon our Plane Captain. I have been trying to locate Robert (Stumpy) L. Titus, AD2 and 2nd Mech on Flight Crew #2. I retired from American Airlines in 1987. Have lived here in east Texas the past 10 years. Before that Montana, Michigan, St. Louis, and Irving. Don't plan to move again. If anyone "out there" knew and/or remembers me please write..." [05DEC2002]

MODRELL, AW2 Patrick H. doser@msn.com "...Was in HS3 from 1968-1970, at NAS Sand Point. Mid 1970 Sand Point was closed, moved to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and transfered to VP-69. Was an ECM-JULIE operator till 1974. Was AW-2 in rank. We had several trips to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NS Rota, Spain, NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts, and lots of small trips. One of my pilots was an ex F4F pilot-at times I think he thought he was still in an F4-what a ride!! We had the P2V Neptunes in my day. Never got the chance to ride in a P-3. Still it was a lot of fun. Now I'm just one of the "old guys" looking back at the way it was..." [26OCT2004]

MOEHLE, ADR2 Chuck "Moelay" cjm4042@comcast.net "...I served with VP-19 from early 1960 to March 1963. I worked in powerplants and on the troubleshooting crew. I flew as second mech on a couple of crews and made one NAS Kodiak, Alaska deployment. Carl Fasani was my shop Chief also Chief Marris (who gave me my nickname by pronouncing it incorrectly at my first muster). Worked with Jim Pugh and another guy named Ballweber..." [E-Mail Updated 29APR2009 | E-Mail Updated 19DEC2001 | 11OCT99]

MOEHLE, Ivan "Ike" imoehle@compuserve.com "...PBM pilot in VPB-28 in 1944-45. Interested in locating other squadron members particularly with view to increasing attendance at annual Mariner-Marlin reunion..."

MOELLER, ADJ2 Jerry jerrym@icsofidaho.net "...I served with VP-28 (05/1963-06/1966) arriving in NAS Iwakuni, Japan when squadron were flying P2V-7's with deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan..." [20JUL2011]

MOELLER, AMEC Kevin Retired kmoe6590@yahoo.com "...Served with VP-19 from August 1968 till October 1971. Deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Iwakuni, Japan and several detachments to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Left the regular Nav and went into the TAR command where I served with VP-90 NAS Glenview, Illinois from February 1974 till April 1979 (picking up AME2 and AME1 along the way). I then transferred to VP-65 NAS Point Mugu, California. Spent three great years there and made Chief in 1981. Got transferred to NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts as 800 Division Chief. Got out in 1984 where I worked for Lockheed for seven great years until they made the decision to move to Georgia. Was in P-3 field sevice and the maintainability group working with the MRC cards. Lots of travel to Navy bases so I was able to stay in touch with all my Navy buds. When the P-7 program was cancelled and Lockheed was moving I got a job with a Vickers Company that was taken over by Eaton Aerospace. Stayed there 14 years until retiring in September 2004..." [E-Mail Updated 20FEB2012 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 29DEC2005 | E-Mail Updated 30AUG2000 | 16OCT98]

MOELLER, AE Norbert (Moe) slomoetion@webtv.com "...I served in VAH-1 in nas NAS Jacksonville, Florida and Sanford, FL 1955 to 1959 AE and would respond to former Shipmates. Also wondering when or where the Reunion is ? Kluksdahl got in touch with me but I haven't been able to reconnect with him . Thanks (slomoe)..." [29MAY2001]

MOERSCHEL, Neal moerschel@hotmail.com "...I also was attached to VP-24 as an Air Intelligence Officer from 1953 to 1955...In May 1955, I was reassigned to FAETULANT in NAS Norfolk, Virginia where I stayed until August 1956 moving back into civilian life after that. But there is no doubt about it, I have missed the Navy life. I was privileged to serve with many fine officers and men of VP-24 in those years. To name a few: LCDR Jess Farr, LCDR Bernie Batchelder, CDR Bernie Joy, LTJG Ralph Maskell, LTJG Marty Long, LTJG Dick Vos, LTJG Pat Gigliotti, LTJG Bob Latta, LT Dick Scott (Naval Academy football All American), LT Fred Gambke (Naval Academy football), LT Howie Meyer, LTJG Gene Sich, W.A. Walsh, ADC, A.W. Sefick, AN, W.M. Bryant, PR1 and more..." [30MAY2000]

MOFFATT, Gary J. "Moff" moffster01@aol.com "...Entered the Navy on 16 April 1969 to Great Lakes. Went to AMH "A" School in NAS Millington, Tennessee. Assigned to NAF Washington, D.C. from October 1969 to April 1971. Transfered to VA-83 NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. VA-83 was detached off of the USS Forrestal where I was discharged 11 April 1973. I am currently the Commander for the NAF Washington, D.C. Reunion Committee. Our last Reunion was held at NAF Washington, D.C. in July 2007. The next Reunion is scheduled for the summer of 2010. Anyone interested in joining the Reunion and getting quarterly newsletters and membership card, please contact me at my e-mail address or at 586-268-3368. At this time there is no money involved. We just want all Shipmates to get together again..." [02MAY2009]

MOFFITT, AE2 Jerry ridergroup@cox.net "...Hello fellow RVAH-3 (Sea Dragons!). I always get a kick out of seeing names and places from the past. As I sit here wriying I am surrounded by photo reminders of Heavy 3 and the terrific folks I served with. I hope life has dealt you a good hand and you have played them well!..." [27MAY2004]

MOFIELD, AMH3 Lisa lglaub@msn.com "...I served with VP-9 from 1990 through 1994. My wife, AMH3 Lisa Mofield, served with VP-9 also. Anyone out there remember us? I am currently serving with VP-5 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [14JUN2000]

MOGK, Charles W. "Chuck" Jr. dmogk@earthlink.net "...Dad joined VP-892 in September '50 when an urgent call was posted for radio operators to fill empty billets in the activated Seattle, WA area reserve squadron. Flying aboard 3SE boat as 2nd radio operator, he was in theatre from December '50 to July '51. The squadron was based at Iwakuni, Japan, and flew anti-submarine and weather recconaisance patrols. He is active in the Mariner/Marlin Association and looks forward to seeing shipmates at the Palm Springs meeting next year!..." [22AUG98]

MOLE, B. J. bjmole@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-10 January 1965 thru December 1968. Two deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland! Two other Shipmates still close who served and the same time: Len Lipman and Chuck Stacy. We all flew for Northwest Airlines for 30+ years and retired in the last few years. Sure would like to hear from the old gang!..." [27APR2002]

MOLICK, Jim molick@doitnow.com "...Served in VS-36 from 59-62 flew in S2F2 & 3 aboard USS Valley Forge and Randoph. VQ-2 from 62-66 in Special ECM shop and flew in A-3 #2 primarily. Just returned from Reunion in Nashville, a very enjoyable and moving experience for everyone attending. The "Q" spirit will never leave anyone who served in it! K Franks did a bang up job!!..." [13MAY98]

MOLINARI, James R. jmolinrnl@aol.com "...I served with AOCS Class 13-90 from May 9, 1990 to August 24, 1990, VT-27 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from August 90 to August 1991, VT-31 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from September 1991 to April 1992, Wings of Gold February 14, 1992, VP-30 NAS Jacksonville, Florida from May 1992 to September 1992, VP-24 NAS Jacksonville, Florida from October 1992 to March 1995, VP-40 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from March 1995 to October 1996, DLI Washington from October 1996 to May 1997; Dutch PEP tour with VSQ-320 and VSQ-321 from June 1997 to December 1999, VR-58 NAS Jacksonville, Florida from July 2000 to May 2002, American Eagle Airlines from March 2000 to November 2000, Delta Airlines from March 2001 to November 2001; and furloughed November 1, 2001. Returned to active duty (Air Force this time) from May 2002 to present (452nd Flight Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, CA.)..." [BIO Updated 17MAY2004 | 15SEP2000]

MOLINO, Cathy L. (Purdy) molino2@myway.com "...Hi everyone. I served with VP-6 from 1989 to 1992. Just saying hello to everyone..." [01OCT2003]

MOLINO, ADC Tony tbmolino@msn.com "...Was in VP-6 from 1990 until decomm. Great parties at the Coastie Club and even better ones in Ewa Beach. To all Bluesharks from that time in my life "ALOHA". Been out of the community for awhile but still see some of you around. Any Sharks that want to share old times just email me. I also served with VP-9.." [E-Mail/Promotion 01OCT2003 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 19OCT2000 | 05AUG98]

MOLL, ABH3 JOHN jl172@sbcglobal.net Shipmate Pix Circa 1973 Shipmate Pix Circa 1974-1975 "...I SERVED IN VP-9 FROM SEPT. 72 TO JULY 75. HAD A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY ONE IN VP-9 AT THE TIME I WAS IN..." [E-Mail Updated 08APR2005 | E-Mail Updated 19NOV2000 | Updated 27JAN98]

MOLLER, John moller98283@msn.com "......" [14DEC2011]

MOLONY, B. R. "Mike" rmlm@sbcglobal.net "...Served with VP-1 back when it was still VP-ML-1, in 1947, at NAS Miramar. We were the second squadron on the west coast to receive P2Vs. I was the first Flying Midshipman (Holloway Plan) on the West Coast. Moved with squadron to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Rotated between there and Aleutians (NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Kodiak, Alaska). Did ice patrol for oil exploration supply ships prior to building of Alaskan pipeline. Flew first in Lt. V.H. Weaver's crew. When he left the squadron I became part of skipper's (Isaac Heizer) crew. Received my commission during first rotation to Adak. Was in squadron when we lost plane on Vancouver Island during NOFLEXCPAC48. Mustered out in 1949 when many Holloway ensigns were released from active duty following cut backs..." [E-Mail Updated 27MAR2011 | 25JUN2002]

MOLONEY, LCDR R. T. "Tim" Retired jmoloney@cox.net "...Enlisted in Sept. "60, Boot Camp at Great Lakes, Ill., RATCC, NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida (Dec. 60-Sept. 61); received Training and Certification utilizing ECM to guide Aircraft, with no compass/NavAids, to NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida for landing. AE "A" School, NATTC NAS Jacksonville, Florida (Sept. 61-Feb.62); Class Leader and Honorman. Advanced to AE3 upon completion of AE"A" School. VT-3 NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida (Feb 62-Sept. 63); Qualified as Plane Captain and Post Maintenance Test Aircrewman in T-28 B/C Aircraft and advanced to AE2. AE "B" School, NATTC NAS Jacksonville, Florida (Sept. 63-Sept. 64); completed 17 of 32 week school and was hospitalized for 4 months. During my visit to the Hospital, the curriculum was changed to include Computers, so when I returned, I got to start over again with the new curriculum. Received orders to VP-5 upon completion of AE"B" School. Enroute training at NAMTD NAS Norfolk, Virginia ASW Training (Sept. 64-Dec. 64), VP-30 Air Crew Training ( Dec.64-Jan.65) VP-5 NAS Jacksonville, Florida (Jan65-Aug68). Reported to VP-5 and assigned to Crew 4;as Julie/ECM Operator and Crew Electrician, deploying to NAS Sigonella, Sicily 5 days after reporting. Plane Commander R.J. Kurth, Plane Captain "Willie" Forrest Sutton, 1st Tech. "Andy" Anderson. Operated out of Malta, NAS Souda Bay, Crete, Greece and NAS Sigonella, Sicily when the barracks were 21 miles from the airfield. During one "Ready Alert" launch; prosecuted an ECM contact that we converted to obtain the 1st Jez Gram of a single operating Russian "Foxtrot" Submarine. The entire crew was awarded a weeks "Basket Leave" in Germany for obtaining this signature. Transistioned to P-3A "Orion" at NAMTD, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where I was advanced to AE1, met my Bride to be Jo Ellen, and was assigned to Crew 8; Plane Commander Bob May, Flight Engineer "Willie" Forrest Sutton, and 1st Tech "Andy" Anderson. The following year, we deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines as the "Advance Crew ", and trained with VP-16 on Theater Operations. At the end of the deployment, we were "selected" to do the Turnover Training to our relieving squadron VP-26 causing us to fly enough Yankee Station Patrols to become the 1st VP Crew awarded the Air Medal for Viet Nam Service. Selected to Warrant Officer (WO1) in April 1968 breaking up an Enlisted Combat Ready Aircrew that had been together for over 3 years. Sutton and Anderson were selected to Chief Petty Officer at the same time as my advancement to WO1. VP-5 deployed to NS Rota, Spain and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and I was left behind as the O-in-C of Det. NAS Jacksonville, Florida, until my departure in August 68. Warrent Officer School, NAS Pensacola, Florida (Aug68-Oct68) AIMD NAS Moffett Field, California (Nov.68-Nov.71) GSE and MMCO Billets. High light of this tour was my Collateral Duty assignment as Casualty Assistance Calls Officer. Ringing the door bells was tough, but providing all of the assistance to the families was really gratifying nowing that if something happened to me-my Bride would be taken care of. Advanced to CWO2 and Lt(jg) during the NAS Moffett Field, California tour. USS Wasp CVS NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island (Nov71-Feb72). The day I reported aboard as the Aircraft Division Officer, the ship received the message ordering Wasp's Decommissioning. Within one week I was the AMDO as the rest of the Officers detached with orders. With the help, Leadership and Guidance of the Chiefs we were able to turnover 120 spaces (out of 120 assigned spaces) to the INSURV Team on the first day of the INSURV Inspection. All of the AIMD "Kakhi" left the ship the following day. HS-11 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island / NAS Jacksonville, Florida (Feb 72-Dec 74) embarked on USS Intrepid CV11. My first relationship with Helicopters. Deployed as the MCO in the only 16 Helicopter (SH-3) to the North Atlantic. During that cruise, we went further North and further East than any US Navy ships had done since WWII. We went to the ASW Dreamland where the Russians trained and tested all of their subs before deploying. The Sun never set and we worked 3-5 Russian Submarine around the clock for weeks. It was so busy that the S-2's and the ASWOC couldn't keep up. With my VP-5 experience, I built 3 ARR-53. Receiver racks and was able to install them into the SH-3 enabling our squadron to drop sonobouys and relay the information to the S-2's and Intrepid. Later on we were able to put a Jez recorder into the rack and train our AW's as Jez Operators. AIMD/OMD NS Roosevelt Roads, PR (Feb 75-Aug 76) OMD Officer for 2 each S-2's, 4 each H-3's, and 3 each C-131 Aircraft. Advanced to LT VC-8, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. MCO for 4 each DP-2E (P2V-5), 4 each DP-2H (P2V-7), 1 each NP-2, last built P2V but never configured for ASW, 4 each H-3's and 6 each A4's. An exciting tour Launching, controlling and towing various Drones and Targets for Fleet Gunnery exercises. AIMD USS Guadalcanal LPH-7 (May 78-May 80), Qualified as OOD Underway and lost my LDO Designation. As AMDO, we won 3 consecutive Battle Efficiency "E"'s. In May 1980 I had a Heart Attack and although I was returned to "Full Duty" I was no longer eligible for additional shipboard duty. Advanced to LCDR during this tour. AMO RVAW-120 NAS Norfolk, Virginia (May 80-Jun 81) responsible for 11 E2A aircraft Training Replacement Aircrew and Maintenance personnel for Fleet Squadrons. During this period (Dec. 80-June 8) assigned TEMDU at ComNavSurfLant setting up Code N8, Aviation Maintenace Support Team to provide support and standarization to 40 fleet ships with embarked Aviation assets. Began Terminal Leave on 19 May 1981. In retrospect I can not think of a "Bad" Day while I was in the Navy. However, the days and hours spent as part of VP-5 Crews 4 and 8 are sitting at the top of the pedestal. Willie Sutton Gerry "Andy" Anderson, LCDR's Kurth and May along with the many many "Ground Pounders"; Lawrence, Drake, Martin, Cochran, Harper and so many more are names that are forever on my personal Wall-of-Heros. Thanks to all of you for your patience, guidance, razing, and support..." [22APR2009]

MOLYNEAUX, John R. jgmoly@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-1 (1971-1974) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii (Airframes Shop). I would like to hear from Danny Torfin and Bob Amick and any other former Shipmates..." [18AUG2011]

MONAGHAN, AME1 Russ Retired unoiam@capecod.net "...I started my Navy career at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts from 1968-1970 as a station keeper assigned to the AME shop and working on the old P2's. After getting off active duty I was assigned to numorous reserve squadrons aboard NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts. I reported for duty to VP-92 in 1981 and was assigned to W/C 130 . I have a lot fond memories as a Minuteman. Especially those while on detachments to NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NS Rota, Spain, and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I retired from the Navy in 1996..." [24MAY99]

MONCASTER, Chris Chrismoncaster@hotmail.com "...I completed a tour with VP-30 over the period April 1985 through April 1988 while on exchange from the Royal Air (RAF) Force. I'm trying to make contact with any members of the Squadron from that period. My time at the Pro's Nest was very rewarding. As a Nimrod navigator by trade I found the the transition to P-3 fairly straight forward except for NATOPS! The ASW missions were very similar except the transits seemed so much longer in the Orion..." [25DEC99]

MONCRIEF, James "Jay" ArloGu3@yahoo.com "...I served in VP-67 from 1981-1985. I really enjoyed serving with the squadron and would like to hear from any of my old navy buddies (anybody know what happened to Marty Ott?)..." [05JAN98]

MONDAY, LT C. Barrett II bmonday@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-9 Crew 6 Tacco 1964-1966. Looking to hear from anybody of this era. Recently went back to NAS Moffett Field, California and the old apartment on California Street and a flood of memories came back. I've been in Houston since leaving active duty in 1966. I stayed in the reserves to luck out as an 0-6 and just received (thank you fellow tax payers), my first retirement check. Anyone from '64-66, please contact..." [19JAN2000]

MONDY, Bill Bmondy002@aol.com "...I served with VP-6 from December 1950 through May 1953. I was a crewman with Crew 9 and 11. I would like to hear from anyone from those years. Enjoyed my tour with VP-6..." [12MAY2000]

MONETTE, ADRC Bob Retired bmonette2@gmail.com "...I served with VP-42 (01/1959-1962) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, AEWTRAULANT (1962-1964) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VX-6 (1964-1967), MCAS Yuma, AZ (1967-1969), Air Operations at NS Sangley Point, Philippines and VP-44 at NAS Brunswick, Maine. I retired in 1974..." [05MAR2014]

MONFORT, CWO3 Jim Retired monfortjr@earthlink.net "...Joined in August 1972. I served in VP-11 from 1973 to 1978. After a brief stint to learn the P-3C I was in VX-1 from 1978 to 1981 as both acoustic and non-acoustic operator. Back to NAS Brunswick, Maine and VP-23 from 1981 to 1984. Leaving VP-23 as AW Div CPO. Went to DC, OP-01 from 1984 to 1986. Couldn't take driving the beltway anymore so I terminated shore duty and went to the USS Coral Sea for 16 months between 1987 and 1988. Picked up CWO2 and went to CPRW-1 at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. Got there in September 1988 and left three years later, after Mt Penitubo. Did another three years in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland with Force Warfare (now VX-20) from 1994 to 1997. Did my final tour at CPRW-5 at NAS Brunswick, Maine where I was involved in helping close down VP-11. 8 commands during my career, only three still around (and two of them have changed names)..." [17MAR2011]

MONGAN, AT2 Nadine P. (Wikkerink) nadine.mongan@navy.mil "...I reported to VP-50 in June of 1990, after a 1 year tour at NAS Moffett Field. I left VP-50 in August of 1991 due to pregnancy and reproted to VP-31. In January of 1992 I reported to VP-46 and deployed to Dodge and NAS Misawa, Japan before I transfered to NAS Lemoore, California. My husband and I have since come back to P-3's in Hawaii. However for both of us VP-50 will always be our Squadron. Once a dragon always a dragon...I will be leaving NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii just in time to miss the formal base closure and move to Marine Corps Base Hawaii. I will report to the USS George Washington in Norfolk, having the honor of being amongst the first females to report aboard. For both of us P-3s have been fun and we will never forget the friends we have gained and unfortunately lost in this platform. I am transferring to HC-6 and trying out Helo's O' Level until fleet reserve..." [Updated E-Mail/BIO 19JUN2004 | Updated Name/E-Mail 10JAN99 | BIO Updated 07OCT98 | Updated 05MAY98]

MONIAK, Wallace wallytax@socal.rr.com "...I aboard NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (03/1950-09/1950)..." [27DEC2012]

MONIZ, IS2 Kenneth stanleycupcanes@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-16 (1977-1980) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily..." [BIO Updated 25NOV2013 | 17FEB2013]

MONKS, ANDY MonksA@NAVONT3.NAVO.NAVY.MIL "...Served with VP-26 65-67, I was on CAC-10, it was a very memorable time in my life, a real experience..."

MONOHAN, AMS1 Norbert efnorbert@pyramid.net "...I was in the Navy from Oct. 1958 to Sept. 1968. I spent time in VP-48 from June 61 to May 64 in NAS North Island, San Diego, California then on deployment to the NS Sangley Point, Philippines. I flew on Crew 7 until deployment and then with Crew 2. I went from NS Sangley Point, Philippines to VW-1 in NAS Agana, Guam from May 64 to Sept. 66. I flew mostly with Crew 7, but with others also. Steve Fisher, AE? 3 lives in this area also..." [07DEC99]

MONROE, Bill billmonroe@suscom-maine.net "...Photo of SP-2E BUNO: 131488 (Incorrectly identified as an SP-2H) on the VP-26 page shows her in the light grey livery. 131488 carried the side number LK-2 during the period May 1963 to October 1964 while our superb Crew 2 and I accumulated about 650 hours in her while I was the PPC , much of the hours in the Med, operating out of NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, Athens and many other locations. During those very enjoyable months with a fine crew, she wore the dark blue and white top paint job. I have a picture of her hanging on my office wall with me in the left seat and our outstanding AO Molnar in the aft station window, taken over Maine. I re-enlisted our radioman, John Coles, currently retired and living in Lexington Park, in flight during a patrol over the North Atlantic, during which he announced over the intercom that President Kennedy had been shot. My wife and I retired here to Harpswell, right under the base leg to the BNAS north runway with these clunky new P-3s passing overhead to keep the memories alive. Would like to hear from anyone that was on our crew, or in VP-26, during those years - or in VAHM-13/VP-24 from 1956 through 1958..." [04JUN2001]

MONROE, Charles charles.monroe1@frontier.com "...I served with VP-64 (1980-1993). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [07OCT2014]

MONROE, Dave "SuperDave" dmonroe@atlantic.net "...I was in VP-44 from 1989 - decommissioning. Then I was tranferred to VP-23. I was with VP-23 from 1991 - 1995 (Operation Desert Storm!!!). I would like to get in touch with my fellow AW's if you see this. I would like recognize a person whom made a huge impact on my career not only as a AW but as a individual. AWC or AWCS Brogden if your out there Hail to you..."

MONROE, Frank fmon@erols.com "...I served with VP-16 from 1965 through 1967 then VP-18 until they were deactivated in September 1968. Then Flight Test Divison of NARF Norfolk, Virginia to test fly P-3's and a couple of P2's after overhaul..." [17JAN2002]

MONROE, REAR ADMIRAL Jack Pendleton Retired http://www.usstarawavets.org/CV-40%20pages/monroe.bio.htm "...Jack Pendleton Monroe was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, on June 19, 1904, son of Jack P. and Florence Bowman Monroe. He attended Shaw High School in Cleveland, Ohio, before entering the U.S. Naval Academy from Ohio on August 2, 1923. As a Midshipman he was a member of the 150 pound crew and played class football. Graduated and commissioned Ensign on June 2, 1927, he subsequently progressed in rank to that of Rear Admiral, his date of rank July 1, 1956. After graduation from the Naval Academy in June 1927, he served for two years aboard the U.S.S. Tennessee, and in 1929 reported for flight training at the NAS Pensacola, Florida. Designated Naval Aviator in January 1930, he was assigned to Scouting Squadron 9-S, aviation unit of the U.S.S. Northampton. A year later he was transferred to Observation Squadron 3-B, attached to the U.S.S. Nevada. During a two-year period in 1932-34 he had shore duty at the NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where he commanded the Utility Unit of that station, and served in VP-4. From 1934 through 1937 he was attached to Bombing Squadron 3 based first on the U.S.S. Ranger, later on the U.S.S. Lexington. Returning to the NAS Pensacola, Florida, he served for one year as Planning Officer in the Assembly and Repair Department, and a second year as Aide to the Commandant. In the summer of 1939 he assumed command of the U.S.S. Gannet, and a year later was assigned to the Staff of CPW-2, based at NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. In 1941 he joined the Staff of Commander Carrier Division One as Aide and Flag Lieutenant aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga. He was serving in that assignment when the United States entered World War II in December 1941. He received a Letter of Commendation with Ribbon from the Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet, for "outstanding performance of duty in the line of his profession as Flag Lieutenant and Signal Officer on the Staff of the Air Task Group Commander in preparation for, during, and after the successful engagements with the enemy in the Coral Sea on May 7 and 8, 1942...". Monroe was ordered next to the U.S.S. Bogue and was aboard that carrier escort when she participated in escort and anti-submarine operations in the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater in early 1943. Upon his return to the United States in 1943 he was ordered to the Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Department, Washington, D.C. He received a Letter of Commendation, with authority to wear the Bronze Star on his Commendation Ribbon, from the Secretary of the Navy, as follows: "As head of the Armament Branch of the Engineering Division of the Bureau of Aeronautics from October 1943 to December 1944, you performed duties of vital importance with extraordinary foresight and efficiency in developing advanced aircraft armament, and in effecting sound armament installations in all types of Naval Aircraft...". In January 1945 he assumed command of the U.S.S. Kadashan Bay (CVE-76). "For meritorious service as Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Kadashan Bay, operating as a unit of the Carrier Transport Squadron, Pacific Fleet, from February 6 to September 2, 1945..." he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. The citation states that he "successfully delivered large quantities of critically needed combat aircraft, aviation material and replacement pilots, ground and aircrewmen to bases in the forward area of the Pacific¼and contributed to the success of our forces". Detached from the Kadashan Bay after the the Japanese surrender he reported as commanding officer of the NS Sangley Point, Philippines, where he remained throughout 1946. In March 1947, he was ordered to the staff of Commander Air Force, Pacific Fleet, as Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations and two years later was transferred to duty at the Naval Ordnance Test Station, Inyokern, California. He reported on 8 January 1951 to Commander Operational Development Force, Atlantic, and served as Chief of Staff and Aide until August 1952. On 8 August 1952 he assumed command of the U.S.S. Tarawa CV-40 and remained in command of that carrier until August 1953. He was in command during the ship's 1953 Mediterranean Cruise. He next commanded the NAS Pensacola, Florida, from September 1953 to June 1955. For the next year he was Chief, Naval Air Base Training, Pensacola, following which he trained as a helicopter pilot, earning his wings in June 1956. He then spent a year as Director of Operation 53 in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department. In July 1956 he was promoted to Rear Admiral. At that time he became Commander, Middle East Force, until August 1957. On October 26, 1957 he reported as Commander Naval Air Missile Test Center, NAS Point Mugu, California, and from July 1958 was assigned additional duty as Commander Pacific Missile Test Range, NAS Point Mugu, California; in December 1958 this additional duty became his primary assignment until September 1961. He then became Director of the newly established Development Facilities, Astronautics and Ranges Division, Operation 76, in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. On March 7, 1963 he reported as Commander Naval Forces, Philippines; Commander in Chief, Pacific Representative, Philippines; and from January 15, 1964 to January 1, 1965 had additional duty as Commander Naval Air Bases, Philippines. On July 1, 1966 he was transferred to the Retired List of the U.S. Navy. "For exceptionally meritorious service...as Commander U.S. Naval Forces, Philippines, and Commander in Chief, Pacific Representative, Philippines, from March 1963 to June 1966..." he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. The citation further states in part: "Exercising outstanding leadership, sound judgment, and keen foresight in coordinating military requirements throughout the area of his command, Rear Admiral Monroe, through persuasive negotiation, effectively promoted intercountry relations and established and nurtured effective channels for liason where none previously existed, thereby furthering United States prestige and good will with foreign nations. "In addition to successfully meeting the monumental challenge of coordinating and providing logistic support to forces engaged in combat in Southeast Asia, he greatly facilitated increased communications capabilities by formulating and expediting communications improvements in shore stations under his command. As a result, these installations were advanced well ahead of original plans, thereby enabling timely direction of forces in sensitive politico-military operations...". Shortly after arriving aboard the Tarawa in 1952, Admiral Monroe married Mrs. Phyllis G. Sandvig of Windsor, North Carolina. In 1998, Admiral Monroe was living in retirement in Pensacola, Florida..." [23JUN2003]

MONROE, James jamesmonroe53@yahoo.com "...My service started at NAS North Island, San Diego, California (Training Center) on December 28, 1960 and served with VP-11 from March 2, 1961 to June 11, 1965 when I was discharged from the Navy..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28NOV2009 | 26MAY2002]

MONROE, Larry "...Saw the VO-67 site and picture of old friend from NAV school; Richard Jacobs. Lost track of him 10 years ago. Where are you Rip?? Barstow, CA is about 150 miles from Vegas, sorry I missed you there..." [29APR2000]

MONROE, CDR L. W. Retired lmonroe41@aol.com "...Served in VP-48 as TACCO in P5M's and P-3's 1966-68 (Crew 10). As to NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam: Served as "Weeds and Seed's" Officer, EM Club Officer, and Coherex Officer along with less imposing positions in Ops. Currently working as a geologist with the Dept. of the Interior. Been hitting this outstanding site for the last several months. Thanks!..." [E-Mail Updated 22AUG2003 | 18OCT2000]

MONROE, YN Mitch m_monroe@comcast.net "...Although I was a black shoe (YN) attached to a airedale outfit, I enjoyed my tour of duty with VP-19 very much. Would love to hear from anyone attached to VP-19 from August 1973 through June 1977. Has been a long time since I had a chance to swap some sea stories about PI..." [E-Mail Updated 24AUG2008 | 02SEP99]

MONROE, Paul D. papapdm@aol.com "...After basic training, Great Lakes, Ill., I went to FASRON-6 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida until it was decommsioned. I went to VX-1 at NAS Boca Chica, Florida for 26 months from 1959 to 1961. VX-1 had Air Ships (Blimps), HSS-1 and HSS-2 Helicopters, S2Fs, SNB Beach Craft, P5M Sea Planes and two P2 Neptune Aircraft. The P2V Neptunes were the pride of the Anti-Submarine Warfare. Events of the time was the Bay of Pigs invasion, 90 miles south, in Cuba and Hurricane Donna, which hit just north of NAS, Key West, destroying most structures and every bridge in it's path, up the overseas highway, US1 to the mainland, below Homestead, Fl. August 1961 I was transferred to the USS Mullinnix, out of Norfolk, Va., that then went to Key West with new electronics to train with VX-1, chasing submarines. My active duty ended in 1962 with an Honorable Discharge, at which time I went into the Naval Reserves in Greensboro, NC..." [22AUG2009]

MONROE, AS2 VAUGHN T. JR. QUALTECH@PACBELL.NET "...SERVED IN VP-91 FROM JAN92-MAR95 IN LINE DIVISION. CURRENTLY SERVING AT NAR SANTA CLARA RAIMD 900 DIVISION AS 900 W/C SUPERVISOR. DEPARTING FOR NAS ATLANTA IN MAR/APR 99 AS AN INSTRUCTOR. WOULD BE A PLEASURE TO HERE FROM ALL Shipmates..." [15DEC98]

MONSON, Ed etmonson@sio.midco.net "...I served with VT-2 and VT-6 from July 1969 to September 1971. I worked as a Plane Captain on the east line, the board boy office on the east line, and in the powerplant shop. I would like to hear from old friends..." [24NOV2004]

MONTANA, AT2 Chris aka Monty chris_montana@hotmail.com "...I was attached to VP-4 AIMD from 1991 to 1995 out of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Deployed to NSF Diego Garcia and NAS Misawa, Japan. Also went TAD to VP-1 for a deployment back to NAS Misawa, Japan..." [21NOV2000]

MONTE, M. D. MDMonte72@aol.com"... SERVED WITH VP-60 FROM AUG. 88 TO MAY 93 THEN VP-62 FROM JUNE 93 TO JUNE 97 AND VP-66 FROM JUNE 97 TO THE PRESENT..."

MONTEFORTE, Tony (Munyo) themontevi@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1990-1994..." [E-Mail Updated 11SEP2006 | 04MAY2000]

MONTELONGO, Harley "Monty" hmontelongo@aol.com "...I served with VS-28 Gamblers from August 1986 until August 1989. Worked Maintenance Control on Med Cruises '86 and Med/IO '89 and two Nato cruises into the fjords and Portsmouth, England. Had a ball with a bunch of great guys. Dennis Gravett, Bardy, Al Shuler, Curlee, Gray, Corham, West, Rotundo, Williams, and so many more. Maybe a Reunion would be possible?..." [14MAR2006]

MONTFORT, Jack montforj@yahoo.com "...I would like to hear from any and all who served with the best--VP-7 from 1966 throygh 1968. This is terrific to touch my past with some of the greatest people I have had the privilege of knowing and serving with..." [16SEP99]

MONTGOMERY, Ben montgomery@aol.com "...I was in the 1st operational P2 squadron to transition to P-3s in 1961 with VP-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Captain Cook was the Commanding Officer. If anyone was in squadron from 1961 to 1967 I would like to chat. I'm now flying commercially with NWAL 747s and just 2 yrs to retirement. I'll never forget my old Shipmates i.e., Alex Wasilewski PPC, Charlie Hall FE, Hap Peterson, and Ed Blanat,to mention a few. Drop me an email and we will talk over old times..." [15MAR2000]

MONTGOMERY, CAPTAIN David L. Commander Reserve Patrol Wing "...Commander Reserve Patrol Wing - Captain Montgomery hails from Cypress Inn, Tennessee, graduating from Collinwood High School in 1971. He attended the University of Maryland and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1976. In 1978, he entered Aviation Officer Candidate School at NAS Pensacola, Florida and was designated a Naval Flight Officer in November 1979. Upon completion of flight training, his first assignment was with VP-45 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. In May 1983, he reported to VP-30 as an instructor for first and second tour Naval Flight Officers. In October 1985, he was selected for the Training and Administration of the Reserve (TAR) program and reported to Naval Air Reserve Memphis. Subsequent tours included VP-67 in NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VP-65 in NAS Point Mugu, California and then in June 1992 back to VP-67 where he served as Officer-In-Charge. Following this tour, he reported to Commander, Naval Air Reserve Force, New Orleans, Louisiana, serving as NATOPS Officer then as the VP Program Manager. In August 1996, Commander Montgomery reported to VP-64 as the Executive Officer and in May 1997 assumed the position of Commanding Officer. After the completion of his command tour Captain Montgomery reported to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF), Fort McNair, Washington, D.C. He graduated from ICAF with a Master of Science Degree in "National Resource Strategy" in June 1999. Following ICAF, he served as the Head Coordinator Naval Air Reserve, for the Director Air Warfare, on the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Resources, Warfare Requirements, and Assessments) from July 1999 to July 2001..." [18JUN2003]

MONTGOMERY, Gary "shorty' totallaz@.aol.com "...I was with VP-64 out of NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania..." [07MAR99]

MONTGOMERY, PR3 John jmontgomery@ec.rr.com "...I served with FASRON-107 in NAS Keflavik, Iceland from January 1959 to January 1960. Would love to have a patch and any Shipmates there the same time. Any information that will help locate memorablia would be appreciated..." [30AUG2003]

MONTGOMERY, LCDR Kenneth Retired montkl@gmail.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1972 to 1975 (Active Duty) NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and VP-65 from 1975 to 1979 (Active Reserve) NAS Point Mugu, California..." [09DEC2006]

MONTGOMERY, PN2 Mike mikem@haakeins.com "...I served with VP-40 from 1984 to 1986. Had some of the best times of my life at NAS Moffett Field, California and will never forget the deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Looking for ex-Shipmates (Greg Kristofferson, Mark Spires, etc.)..." [29MAR2001]

MONTIERTH, Matt CalHotRods@aol.com"...I was in VQ-2 from Feb72 thru Jun75...Was an AT3...flew on the Connies and P-3's..often at the Key West Det...Luved Rota...what a place !!..." [Deceased 03JAN2005]

MONTOUR, ADJC Robert Retired robert_teri@hotmail.com "...I served aboard the Sally (1955-1957), VP-28 FE (1966-1969), VP-17 (1969-1970), VP-31 (1970-1974) and VP-46 (1974-1975)..." [09DEC2017]

MONTOYA, Ernest P. epm1@hotmail.com "...Chief. Hank Cardoza Pilot, Cmdr. Firebaugh; Hope you guys are alright, Sir. Long time, no see. Any crew members from VP-41 out there drop me a line at my e mail address. Smooth air and blue sky to all HUNTER KILLERS..." [23OCT98]

MONTZKA, AEAN Jim montzkajames@gmail.com "...I served with VP-23 (1956-1957) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1956) and Malta (1957). After 10 years in automotive and 30 years in education I retired to fish Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota..." [23JAN2014]

MONZON, CDR Vic Retired vmonzon@comcast.net "...Hi. I entered the VP Navy as an NFO via NESEP. I joined VP-47 in November 1978 and deployed to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan the following month. This deployment included a detachment to NSF Diego Garcia. On returning to NAS Moffett Field, California, I was sent to Corry Station for training to assume squadron EWO responsibilities. Also while on the home cycle, I completed two 3-week NAS Adak, Alaska detachments. I qualified as TACCO and (a LTjg) Mission Commander prior to our January 1981 NAS Misawa, Japan deployment, which included two NAS Cubi Point, Philippines detachments. After successfully getting the VP-47 NFO's thru the CNAP NATOPS eval, I transferred to VP-31 Staff. I immediately enrolled in the USC Sytems Management master's program. During the RAG quailification process, I was reassigned to assume the VP-31 NFO NATOPS billet, which included IUT coordinator, and StanBoard chairman responsibilities beyond the usual instructor duties. I then completed my final 18 months as CNAP evaluator. In 1985, with a CARGRU staff unavailable in NAS Alameda, California, I volunteered for a 1 year tour as MC&E(OPS) with CPW-1 det NSF Diego Garcia. With detailers only offering CPWP staff options (4), I joined the staff as Tactics Officer, handling Tactical Development and Evaluation, and AIR Effectiveness Measurement program. This was one of my more successful tours, where I was influential in advancing Force readiness with PTA Attack Criteria, LASER threat guidelines, Acoustic Sensor enhancements, ALR-66 deficiency corrections, and MK-50 initial tactics. Heading to Big Red (VP-19) in 1989 for a 2nd tour, I caught their full NAS Misawa, Japan deployment. On return, I was able to participate in ICEX out of Greenland. With perfect timing, I received Outlaw Hunter training just before our 2nd NAS Misawa, Japan deployment, which coincided with Saddam's invasion of Kuwait. Hence, I took Outlaw Hunter to the Gulf and was there every month of Desert Shield and into Desert Storm. As luck would have it, during Desert Storm, we were notified of our impending disestablishment and rotated home. On promoting to CDR, I rotated to FASO as Training DH and led the design, development, and introduction of the Tactical Training Course. Upon retirement of the OINC in 1991, I relieved him as the final FASO det OINC. In 1994, I transitioned to the civilian world via the Semiconductor Industry. With the recent meltdown of the Asian financial world, I have moved on to the Telecommunications industry. I made a lot of friends during my 16 years at NAS Moffett Field, California, and I would truly enjoy the opportunity to reconnect with those with whom I have lost touch. A couple in particular are Don McLaughlin (East Coast) and Charley Bess (VP-47)..." [E-Mail Updated 28MAY2006 | E-Mail Updated 12JAN2001 | 07SEP98]

MOODY, Charles w3txf@aol.com "...I served with VP-661 (1961-1962) during the Cuban Missle Crises call up. I flew with CDR Kauffman in LV1..." [23JAN2011]

MOODY, WO Greg mbaonpeleliu@hotmail.com "...I served with VAQ-33 in Key West as an A-3 plane capt and worked in the ECM shop, from 1984-1989. I would enjoy hearing from anyone stationed with VAQ-33 during that time frame. I am currently a Warrant Officer on the USS Belleau Wood. Ready to make a PAC in a few days..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 20MAY2002 | 14FEB98]

MOOLDYK, Evan evan.mooldyk@us.army.mil "...VP-9, 1987-1991, NAV/COM - TACCO, Crew 8 and Crew 3. Served 4 years with VP-9 (2 deployments), I am looking for any former Shipmates. I'm now heading to Iraq as a Captain in the US Army. (had a 10 yr. break in service and joined the California Army National Guard in 2001). If any former VP-9 members are in the Persian Gulf/Iraq area, contact me. HOOAH!..." [12NOV2004]

MOON, Dennis moonee@netins.net "...I served with VP-31 (1970-1972) as a Radioman aboard the P-3. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [17APR2013]

MOON, Frank beachbums@holdenbeach-nc.net "...I served with VT-29 (1963-1965) as AC on the T-29 and R4D Gooneybird..." [25AUG2014]

MOON, James L. jlmoon@bitwisesystems.com "...I served in the VPB-32 squadron as an ARM from July, 1944 to December, 1945 and presently hold the ham call sign W9NS. This is the first I've heard of the outfit since being discharged in January 1946..." [04AUG99]

MOON, L. moondustwriter@gmail.com "...I served with VP-91 at NAS Moffett Field, California in the early 1980's..." [04JAN2010]

MOONEY, QMC Howard mooneyhoward@ymail.com "...I served with FAW-6 (1970-1971). During my stay, CAPTAIN GATELY and CAPTAIN BENNETTWERE were Commanding Officer's. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [13AUG2011]

MOONEY, Larry lmooney@freewwweb.com "...VP-6 1964-1966 ATN Radioman I would like to contact my old Shipmates..." [31JUL99]

MOONEY, Jerry Ray jerry.mooney@hotmail.com "...I served aboard OASU/VX-6 (Project Jenny Det WesPac) from September 1966 to October 1968..." [28JAN2010]

MOORE, AD1 Albin Retired albmoore@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-90 (1987-1993). I would like to hear from former Shipmates and any upcoming Reunions..." [18DEC2016]

MOORE, ATCS Bill Retired oldwrestler@aol.com "...I've contacted some of you but if you remember me, VP-6 December 1976 to July 1981. Drop me a line or two. I look forward to hearing from you. Retired and loving it..." [E-Mail Updated 04MAY2002 | 26AUG2000]

MOORE, Bob bmoore@dpiweb.com "...I served in VT-31 1962-1964 as one of the first Navy AZ ratings. During my tour with VT-31 I was crewman on S2F's. My last two years were on board the USS Valley Forge in the South China sea. I would enjoy hearing from any members of VT-31 during 62-64..." [07SEP2000]

MOORE, Bob Rmoorewi@aol.com "...VP-6 July '84 to Aug '87. ETD at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from Aug '87 to Oct. '91. VQ-3 April '92 until I retired in '97. Currently residing in Wisconsin A.K.A. ice planet Hoth! Would like to hear from past squadron mates..." [05FEB2000]

MOORE, YN1 Charles B. Retired cmoore46@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-90 (OPS/TRNG) as a YN2 from November 1980 to January 1984. There were many friendships and memories made during that time, the Christmas party at AWC Moen's home and the squadron's parties and the DETS to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and the Philippins..." [E-Mail Updated 31OCT2008 | 19NOV99]

MOORE, Chester B. marymoore@hotmail.com "...I am looking for any buddies that served with VP-9 between 1965 and 1968. WOuld love to catch up!..." [16NOV2001]

MOORE, AMCS Chuck Retired charlesmoore3@comcast.net "...I served with VP-22 (1970-1973) - best time of my life til grand kids..." [28NOV2011]

MOORE, Craig A. camoore@mail.tqci.net "...Flight Engineer with VP-1, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Looking for old friends that were attached to VP-1 or Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD. Give me a jingle..." [22MAY98]

MOORE, AECS Dan Retired aecs8251@netpenny.net"...I served with VP-46 from 1978 to 1982, VP-64 from 1985 to 1990, VP-93 from 1990 to 1992, and currently serving with VP-64 NAS Willow Grove since 1992 [8251 P-3 B/C Flight Engineer]..." [E-Mail Updated 25OCT2003 | E-Mail Updated 03DEC2000 | E-Mail Updated 15JAN2000 | 00XXX97]

MOORE, CDR Dick Retired moore_richard@bah.com "...I would like to say hello to all those old squadron mates that I pissed off at one time or another. VP-30 (RAG) NAS Patuxent River, Maryland Jan-Jun '71, VP-45 NAS Jacksonville, Florida Jun '71- Sep '75, VP-93 Selfridge Apr'76-Mar'81, VP-92 NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts Mar'81-Nov'85, VP-68 Andrews AFB Nov'85-Mar'86, Navy Command Center NCC-106 Pentagon Mar'86-Jan'90, OP-06-106 Pentagon Jan'90-Aug'93. Recalled to Dessert Shield/Storm Aug'90-Jul'91 JCS Crisis Action Team..." [E-Mail Updated 30APR2001 | E-Mail Updated 29JUN2000 | E-Mail Updated 18DEC98 | 03SEP98]

MOORE, Gerrold (Bob) Sr. GRMoore130@AOL.com "...I was sent to VW-11 in December 1958 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada as a Airman (boy did I know everything). I remember landing in "Tripple 4" in the middle of a snow shorm, and looking out the back door and asking myself, what did I get myself into. I was immediately sent mess cooking to the north side galley and worked in the Issue Room. Three months later I returned to the squadron and worked in the Communications Office for Chief Watson. I started flying as an observer and later, thanks to Chief Watson, got flight orders. I was assigned as a fill in, so flew with different crews as a radar operator. Made A/C third in November 1960 and was discharged. I remember some good times out at Northeast Arms...." [24MAY2003]

MOORE, Herb hmoore1116@comcast.net "...I served with VP-5, VP-7, VP-19, VP-30, and NAMTD NAS Moffett Field, California..." [08NOV2012]

MOORE, LT SG Homer Retired okbudmoore@yahoo.com "...I served with VR-2. I was the Captain of the NATS VR-2 PB2Y-5 to make the first seaplane transport trip into Manila after the Japanese occupation ended..." [07JAN2015]

MOORE, Howard homoore@mindspring.com "...As one of the members of the crew surviving the Alfa Foxtrot 586 ditch (SEE: VP-9 In Memorial for lost friends Alfa Foxtrot 586). I would like all to know the I still hold the deapest appriciation for everyone that contributed to our rescue. I found out before Christmas that the Russian's had been looking for the survivors to see how their lives were 20 years later. They were not successful. I have just recently through very supportive Americain Officials in Russia, been told that they have found the head of the Russian rescue team. They are planning to present him with a letter of appreciation and has requested any of the survivors to provide letters, pictures of then and now, really anything that they can put together to show our thanks. I am very glad to support that effort. If any survivors from that day read this in time please e-mail LCDR Jerri Bell at burydav@glasnet.ru as they plan to do the presentation by mid May. Please e-mail me also as I would like to hear from you too..." [20APR2001]

MOORE, James E. c/o Brenda Bradley mrandmrsb1968@att.net "...My Dad served with PATSU-13 as a Hydraulic Mechanic. He went over on the Dashing Wave. I am trying to find as much information as I can for him. Dad will be 90 in May 2012..." [23MAR2012]

MOORE, ATAN James L. james5233@sbcglobal.net "...I was a ATAN at NAS Sigonella, Sicily when VP-45 arrived in 1973. At the time I became friends with many of the supporting crew that arrived there. AQ2 at the Joeseph Mendoza and Rodney Roger were about along with David Crist and Lewis Thorne. Wonder where they all went?..." [27OCT2006]

MOORE, ADR2 James W. jwbaz@hotmail.com "...Was attached to VR-1 from fall of 60 to Aug of 63. Went to AEWBARONPAC Midway Island for a year. Went to rag VP at NORIS, on to VP-50 for three tours in P5M out of NS Sangley Point, Philippines, & Nam. Onto NORIS at VC-5 (skeet for the fleet), to NS Subic Bay, Philippines Crete Greece for a year, then to VP-24 until Sept of 74. Wish to hear from some of the people I have served with..." [02FEB2001]

MOORE, Jerry D. "Moore Unit" jmoore@mjsonsite.com "...I served with VP-4 from 1986 to 1990 as an IFT on the awsum Crew 9 "Bad Boys" aka "Good Ol Boys" (hehe skipper made us change it because we worked hard, kicked butt, took names, AND took the same attitude to liberty - especially on Air Force bases - WOOT!). I am currently back in Via the reserves as an IT..." [11SEP2003]

MOORE, YN3 Jimmie moore567@charter.net "...I served with FASRON-201SP from September 1958 to July 1959 and was one of my best tours in the Navy. Came in as a duce and made SN and YN3 while there. I was in base admin and remember our LPO was a PN1 who was a serious chain smoker. I also ran the movies and remember it was a challenge to get through one showing without having one of the projectors break down. I have a recent booklet from Malta and I see HalFar is still an airfield. I wish I could remember names but the years have taken care of that. Good luck to all..." [24SEP2003]

MOORE, AG2 Joel txkiwi@sbcglobal.net "...I was assigned to the Ice Recon Unit at Navoceano from 1965 - 1967 and flew on VW-13/OASU EC-121K Project Birdseye and Project Magnet from NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. In addition, I flew on P2Vs from VP-42 out of NAS Kodiak, Alaska and on VX-6 C-47, C-121 and C-130s between Christchurch and McMurdo Sound. After the Navy, I served in the Texas Air National Guard and Texas State Guard and retired this year (2005) as a Chief Master Sergeant (E-9)..." [10DEC2005]

MOORE, John jmoorenator@gmail.com "...I served with VP-65 (1970's) with a deployment to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [28APR2015]

MOORE, ATN3 John vpNOSPAM at tinyvital.com "...Served with VP-31 from 1967-1968. I flew radio and radio instructor during that time. Loved the P-3 and got my pilots license as soon as I was off active duty. I saw the Aussie (or was it Kiwi... I don't remember) P-3 crash on runway at NAS Moffett Field, California in 1968 (no injuries)..." WebSite: http://www.tinyvital.com/ [18NOV2000]

MOORE, LT John c/o His Wife Alison Moore shark.11@att.net "...I'm looking for shipmates of my husband, Lt. John Moore of VP-6, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. He served there from 1987-1992..." [28AUG2000]

MOORE, ATC John R. Retired w4ue@pobox.com "...I served with VP-5 from June 1971 to August 1975..."

MOORE, AX3 Larry Eugene larrynancymoore@prodigy.net "...I served as an AX-3 with VP-40, Crew-9 from 1968-1971. We spent time in NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand and Japan..." [14APR2006]

MOORE, AX3 Lawson gene1234@comcast.net "...I served with VP-23 at NAS Brunswick, Maine with deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. All the USN electronics training paid off in spades. Went to night school at the beginning of computer age 1968 and became an Engineer for Wang Labs. Millington, Tenn and FAETULANT gave me a great education. Have 4 kids and am now retired..." [29SEP2010]

MOORE, Lemuel lmoore_invest@yahoo.com "...1982-86 VP-1 1987-1993 FASO, NAS Moffett Field, California VP-46 VP-50 CPW-10 1997-99 MOCC, NAS Misawa, Japan 1999-2001 FASO NAS Norfolk, Virginia..." [26JAN2001]

MOORE, Michael K. "Mike" Retired mikemoored@aol.com "...I served with VT-3 (1966-1968), VP-8 (1968-1970), VP-64 (1971-1975) and retired in 1993. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 06OCT2017 | 04JUL98]

MOORE, YNC(SW) Philip filmore_65@yahoo.com "...I served with the VP-60 Cobra's during my first tour in the Navy from 1984-1989. Since then, I've been stationed at PSD Pearl Harbor, HI; ONR (Program 38) in Arlington, VA; USS GEORGE PHILIP (FFG-12) in San Diego, CA and I'm presently stationed at COMSUBPAC (Program 1) in Pearl Harbor, HI. I'm hoping to get a squadron for my twilight tour and still keep in touch with CDR Mark Robins (Ret), YNCS Diane Staszak (Ret), PNCS Joanie Reed, IS1 Chris Lerdahl (Ret), YN1 Marilyn Smith, MA1 Bill Rogers, former AW2 Albert Schlebecker, and others! I would love to hear from other VP-60 Shipmates and wish everyone Fair Winds and Following Seas..." [10MAR2005]

MOORE, Randell (Randy) moore26505@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-19 in 1974 Radar Crew 2 and Sens 2 Crew 4. Give me a buz I will write back. I am a Grampa (Poppie) of 8 soon to be 10 and wife Karen two daughters older Laura, Dayna who live in Wa. with their families and one daughter at home 12 and one son 15 at home..." [20JAN2001]

MOORE, ADCS Randy Retired randall.w.moore@lmco.com "...Hi Y'all! I'm a career FE from 2nd mech beginnings in VP-5 (73-78), then VP-30 instructing (78-81), then VP-1, VP-31, VP-22, CPW-2, VP-47 and NADEP JAX for a closer. Retired 12/98 and life is good! Now with Lockheed Martin, still playing with the World's Greatest Airplane! Many great memories of the exciting traveling life and great Shipmates. Feel free to shoot me a line!..." [05AUG99]

MOORE, Rick Rmoore7580@aol.com "...I was a Personnelman than OJT'd to the IS Dept. before I got out in 1984. Joined VP-46 while on deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1980), did 6 months in NAS Adak, Alaska and deployed to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan (and spent most of my money on BC Street) in 1982. Miss the great times. Searching for AX Bill Vantreek. Met up with him after he left VP-46 and went through UDT. Lost contact with him during the Gulf War. I'm living in San Diego and shooting professional video. Would love to hear from you..." [07JAN2000]

MOORE, Robert B. "Moose" [Deceased] C/O His Son Charles M. Moore cmoore@lockeliddell.com "...My father, Robert B. "Moose" Moore, was in VP-43 in the Aleutians in 42-43. He died several years ago and I am gathering any information I can about him and VP-43. If you knew him I would like to hear from you..." [20AUG2001]

MOORE, Robert R. (Bob) rmoore16@tampabay.rr.com "...I served two VP tours during the 1960's. First in VP-21 from 1959 to 1962 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada followed by an instructing tour at FAETULANT teaching VP Special Weapons Delivery. I finished my naval service with a tour in VP-46 flying our new P-3B's on a WestPac deployment during 1967. Now in retirement from Pan American Airways,in Miami, FL. I reside back in the old home state of KY..." [E-Mail Updated 06FEB2002 | 13OCT98]

MOORE, Ronnie rmoore224@worldnet.att.net "...I served in VP-4 from 64 to 66. NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and made West Pac deployment in 65..." [Updated 13MAR98}

MOORE, Ted tedmoore@supernet.com "...I served with VP-56 from 1969 through 1971. I was a 3rd class machinist mate. I was in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and NAS Jacksonville, Florida also did one tour of NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Be nice to hear more from you guys..." [30NOV2000]

MOORE, IM3 Walter "Skip" rokider@att.net "...I served with VAW-115 (1972-1975) aboard the USS Midway (CV-41) from as a Link 11 tech in IM3 (2 shops aft of Sonn)..." [15NOV2011]

MOORE, Wilbur C. c/o Johnnie N. Moore jmoore696@aol.com "...My son, Wilbur C. Moore, served at NAS Glynco, Georgia in late 1958 through 1961 He would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [07FEB2004]

MOORE, Wilford K. Sr. k5wkm@swbell.net "...Served with VC-7 at NAS Moffett Field, California 1950 as a AO2. Would like to hear from any one. I retired in 1960 as a NWT1..." [19JUL2000]

MOORE, ATCS(NAC) William F. "Bill" Retired oldwrestler@roadrunner.com "...I served with VP-6 (December 1976 to July 1981), NATTC NAS Millington, Tennessee AVA Instructor (October 1981 to October 1984), VPU-1 (November 1984 to October 1989), VP-31 (November 1989 to October 1992), VP-46 (Oceober 1992 to December 1995) and retired after returing from NSF Diego Garcia. I now reside in Monmouth, ME. I would like to hear from anyone who may have any pictures of my reitrement ceremony in November 1995 (no pictures were ever provide by the squadron). I would also like to hear from all Shipmates from any of the outfits I was stationed at. My oldest son is currently serving with VP-10 as NAVCOM LT(jg) and my youngest just completed ARMY MP school and is haeding to South Korea in February 2009..." [19JAN2009]

MOORER, ADMIRAL Thomas H. http://navsci.berkeley.edu/NIMITZ/pastspeaker-1990.html "...Thomas Hinman Moorer was born in Mount Willing, Alabama, February 9, 1912, son of the late Dr. R. R. Moorer and the late Mrs. (Hulda Hill Hinson) Moorer. He graduated from Cloverdale High School in Montgomery, Alabama, Valedictorian of the Class of 1927, and on June 10, 1929, entered the U. S. Naval Academy. As a midshipman he played football for three years. He graduated and was commissioned an ensign on June 1, 1933, and through subsequent promotions attained the rank of rear admiral on August 1, 1958; vice admiral, on October 5, 1962 and admiral, on June 26, 1964. After graduation in June 1933, he served six months on board the USS SALT LAKE CITY as a junior officer in the gunnery department. He assisted in fitting out the USS NEW ORLEANS at the Navy Yard, New York, and served in the cruiser's gunnery and engineering departments from her commissioning on February 15, 1934, until he detached in June 1935. During the next year, he was a student at the NAS Pensacola, Florida. After completing the flight training in July 1936, he was designated a Naval Aviator. In August 1936 he was assigned to Fighting Squadron ONE- B, based briefly on the USS Langley I (AV-3) and later on the USS LEXINGTON. He was transferred in July 1937 to Fighting Squadron SIX, based on the USS ENTERPRISE, and continued duty with that squadron until August 1939. He then joined VP-22, a unit of FAW-2, and later FAW-10, and was with that Squadron at Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, when the Japanese attacked the Fleet there on December 7, 1941. His squadron was sent to the Southwest Pacific and during the Dutch East Indies Campaign, he was shot down in a PBY on February 19, 1942, north of Darwin, Australia. He was rescued by a ship which was sunk by enemy action the same day. He was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received February 19, 1942, and the Silver Star Medal for "extremely gallant and intrepid conduct as pilot of a Patrol Plane during and following an attack by enemy Japanese aircraft in the vicinity of Cape Diemen, February 19, 1942..." After his return to the United States in July 1942, he had temporary duty from August of that year to March of the next in the United Kingdom, as a mining observer for the Commander in Chief, U. S. Fleet. He then fitted out and assumed command of VB-132, operating in Cuba and Africa from its base at Key West, Florida, Boca Chica Air Base. Detached from that command, he served as gunnery and tactical officer on the staff of Commander Air Force, Atlantic, from March 1944 to July 1945. He was awarded the Legion of Merit: "For meritorious conduct ... as Force Gunnery and Tactical Officer on the Staff of Commander Air Force, Atlantic Fleet..." From August 1945 until May 1946, he was assigned to the Strategic Bombing Survey-Japan of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, engaged in the interrogation of Japanese officials. For two years thereafter, he served as executive officer of the Naval Aviation Ordnance Test Station, NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. He next had duty afloat as operations officer of the USS MIDWAY (July 1948-July 1950). Reporting in August 1950 to Inyokern, California, he served for a year as experimental officer of the Naval Ordnance Test Station. During the year following, he was a student at the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, and in August 1953, again reported for duty on the staff of Commander Air Force, Atlantic Fleet. In May 1955 he was ordered to the Navy Department to serve as aide to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Air) and in July 1956 was detached to sea duty as commanding officer aboard USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13). On July 26, 1957 his selection for the rank of Rear Admiral was approved by the President and in October of the same year, he reported as Special Assistant, Strategic Plans Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department. From January 1, 1958 until July 1959, he was Assistant Chief of Naval Operations (War Gaming Matters), after which he commanded Carrier Division SIX. He returned to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in November 1960 and served as Director of the Long Range Objectives Group until October 1962 when he assumed command of the SEVENTH Fleet. For his service in this assignment he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. In June 1964 he became Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet. Admiral Moorer assumed command of NATO's Allied Command, Atlantic, the U. S. Unified Atlantic Command, and the U. S. Atlantic Fleet on April 30, 1965. On June 17, 1967, he was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a second Distinguished Service Medal: "For exceptionally meritorious service as Commander in Chief Atlantic, Commander in Chief U. S. Atlantic Fleet, Commander in Chief Western Atlantic Area, and Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic..." On June 3, 1967, he was named by President Johnson to succeed Admiral David L. McDonald, USN, as Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department. Admiral Moorer became the eighteenth Chief of Naval Operations on August 1, 1967. On January 13, 1969, he was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a Third Award of the Distinguished Service Medal "For exceptionally meritorious service as Chief of Naval Operations from August 1967 to January 1969." He was reappointed Chief of Naval Operations by President Nixon on June 12, 1969. He was then nominated by President Nixon on April 14, 1970, to serve as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Senate confirmed the appointment on June 17, 1970. On July 1, 1970, he was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a Fourth Award of the Distinguished Service Medal "for exceptionally meritorious service to the Government of the United States in a duty of great responsibility as the Chief of Naval Operations from August 1967 to July 1970." The citation reflects his contributions to the modernization of the Navy's ships and aircraft, to the United State's future status as a world maritime power, to the security of the United States, and in support of United States foreign power and national strategy. On July 2, 1970, Admiral Moorer assumed the office of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was reappointed as Chairman of the J CS by President Nixon on June 20, 1972. This second appointment was confirmed by the Senate on June 30, 1972. The Defense Distinguished Service Medal was presented by Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird on January 10, 1973 for "extraordinary meritorious and distinguished service to the Government of the United States in a position of unique responsibility as Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff from July 1970 through January 1973." The accompanying citation notes, "Admiral Moorer has carried the heavy responsibilities of the country's senior military officer with great distinction during a crucial period in the history of the United States." He has been relied upon extensively by the President, the National Security Council, and the Secretary of Defense for advice and counsel, which "has invariably been characterized by thoroughness, accuracy and wisdom." Also cited are his contributions in the areas of negotiations related to the Strategic Arms Limitations, Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions, Incidents at Sea, and the effectiveness of the Joint Chiefs of Staff representing the Armed Forces of the U. S. in the national security decision making process. On July 2, 1974, Admiral Moorer retired from active duty. At his retirement ceremony, a second Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal was presented by Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger for extraordinary performance of duty and exceptional achievement as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from January 1973 to June 1974. In this citation the Secretary of Defense said, "I particularly note that Tom Moorer has always put his country's interests before anything else, and it is this quality I recognize in presenting him the only oak leaf cluster ever given to the Defense Distinguished Service Medal." Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has joined the Board of Directors of NewsMax.com..." [20JUN2003]

MOORER, AD3 Gary gmoorhead@alphamech.com "...I served with VP-91 from April 1982 to 1984..." [23JUN2010]

MOORHEAD, YN Joe jmoorhead8@yahoo.com "...Served with VP-10 from 1976 to 1980 as a YN. I look back on these days with the fondest of memories. Loved NAS Brunswick, Maine and the surrounding area..." [31AUG2005]

MOOTY, Tom R. tmooty@mindspring.com "...Former Navy pilot. Served in VP-5 ASW from mid 1943 to 1945. Served in VP-105 1948-1949. Reserve Squadron NAS Miami 1946-1947. Reserve Squadron NAS Jacksonville, Florida 1950-1964. Duty in NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada; Boca Chica, Fl; San Julian Cuba; Natal, Brazil; NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. Cadet Class 6A-42J..." [16MAR2000]

MORALES, Frank III frankteresa@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-50 at NAS Moffett Field, California from January 1971 to January 1972. Looking for former Shipmate Bob Parker. I think he was from Kansas..." [29JUN2011]

MORALES, AD2 Joe jmor1515@aol.com "...SELRES currently serving in VP-65. I was really impressed by this site. It makes me proud to be a member of the VP community..." [E-Mail/Rank Updated 25JUL2000 | 04SEP98]

MORALES, ADR3 Julio C. juliojolene@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-28 (02/1975-02/1978) at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas..." [25SEP2011]

MORALES, Kirsten Swayzee kbsmor@myself.com "...I served with VP-22 (Personnel Office) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1988 to 1989. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [03MAY2010]

MORALES, PH1 Lester lesconmorales@aol.com "...Started way back in 1971 and wish I was still flying. Got the pleasure to fly on the P2's and take Aerial Photos for different crews. In 1978 I became a Crawfisher and that's when I really found out what flying was all about. Going on deployments with different crews(being adopted) was fantastic. Going over to NS Rota, Spain I got to fly with VP-8 and VP-23. Being a Photographer, getting my wings then becoming a Natops Instructor was very rewarding. The late night airlifts, holding the record for being broke down on the East airlifts when we started flying the Update II.5's and seeing the many friends each weekend was great. Working and traveling all over the world with the Crawfishers is something I will always remember...Also served with VP-94..." [BIO Updated 11SEP2001 | 09MAR2001]

MORAN, Bob rmoran1@roadrunner.com "...I guess all members of VPB-92 (1941-1945) have gone to heaven. I hope they give me a good recommendation. After graduating from aerial mine school in Yorktown, Va., I was assigned to VP-92 and joined them April 1943 in Casablanca. A couple of days later VP-92 was assigned to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. We joined up with VP-73 with the assistance of Hedron 15. The Army's 480th Bomber Group (B-24's) also operated out of NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco at the time ..." [E-Mail Updated 25DEC2007 | BIO Updated 01JAN2001 | E-Mail Updated 05JUL2000 | E-Mail Updated 14SEP99 | 05MAY99]

MORAN, Dick dickjudy@nantucnet.net "...Attached to VP-56 from August 1961 thur 1963 as Jezebel analyst. Det 13 to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1962 one of my best tour of duty in my 20 years..." [10FEB2006]

MORAN, Carroll R. "Chick" c.moran@gmail.com "...I served with VP-5 from June 1950 to October 1952. I flew with MC-4 as the ECM/Radar Operator..." [27JAN2010]

MORAN, Ronald K. rmoran.att@gmail.com "...I served with Naval Reserve Squadron VP-663 (10/1965-06/1868) and then entered the U.S. Naval Academy. Worked flight line and trained as a ATR. Flew several times with the "Red Barron" and was supposed to drill the weekend of 109 crash in 107 aircraft but was notified of a shift of weekend drill..." [01MAR2018]

MORAN, CAPTAIN William F. Shipmate Pix http://www.cprfp.navy.mil/BioCommodore.asp "...Captain William F. Moran was born in Nyack, New York and raised just north of New York City in a small town called Walden where he attended Valley Central High School. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1981 earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in English. Captain Moran reported to VP-44 in NAS Brunswick, Maine in May 1982 where he served as an Instructor Pilot, Educational Services Officer, Power Plants Branch Officer and Pilot Training Officer. After deployments of NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, he reported to VP-30 in March 1986 for Instructor Duty. At VP-30, Captain Moran served as the Fleet Projects Officer and Pilot Training Officer, before taking orders to Commander Carrier Group SIX (CCG-6), Mayport, Florida as Flag Lieutenant. While on the Staff, he qualified as a Battle Group Tactical Watch Officer and completed a Mediterranean deployment aboard USS FORESTALL (CV-59) and a subsequent deployment to the Caribbean aboard numerous cruisers as part of the first deployment Staff in support of Counter Narcotics Operations (CTG-4.1). In January 1991, Captain Moran reported to CPW-11, NAS Jacksonville, Florida to serve as the Safety Officer and Assistant Maintenance Officer. In the summer of 1992, he reported to VP-45 for his Department Head tour deploying to NAS Keflavik, Iceland / NAS Sigonella, Sicily and serving as Safety/NATOPS and Operations Officer. In the spring of 1994, Captain Moran reported to VP-30 to assume duties as the Senior AIRLANT Evaluator and Model Manager for Maritime Patrol Aviation. Captain Moran reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Washington DC in May 1995 to begin a two year tour as Assistant Washington Placement Officer before assuming duties as the Assistant Flag Detailer for a third and final year of duty at BUPERS. In May 1998, Captain Moran reported to VP-46 as Executive Officer and immediately deployed with the squadron to NAF Misawa, Japan / NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. As Commanding Officer, he led the squadron on a deployment to NSF Diego Garcia, Masirah, Oman, and NSA Bahrain that included numerous detachments throughout FIFTH and SEVENTH Fleets. The squadron was recognized for its support for contingency operations, and its work with SLAM and Maverick Missile systems, mission planning, target folders and Maritime Interdiction Operations. Captain Moran served as Deputy Executive Assistant and Executive Assistant to Commander, U.S. Pacific Command, Camp Smith, Hawaii from July 2000 to July 2003, before returning to VP-30 for refresher training and follow-on duty as CPRW-2. His personal decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (two awards) and Navy Commendation Medal (five awards)..." [20APR2005]

MORDENTE, AOC(AW/AC) Samuel P. Retired cposam@optonline.net "...I served with VP-883 and VP-839 from 1954 until the field closed in 1970. I then went to NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I was a plank owner retired from VP-66 in 1992 as a AOC(AW/AC). I currently live on long Island, NY enjoying life but missing the Navy very much..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 31DEC2008 | BIO Updated 21SEP2002 | 25FEB2001]

MOREHEAD, Ernest ernest_louise@yahoo.com "...I was with VW-3 late 1956, early 1957 NAS Agana, Guam..." [13FEB2009]

MOREHOUSE, YNC Marvin Retired marvinmorehouse@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-6 (Admin Office) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from April 1955 to April 1957 with a deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and retired December 1976. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 23JUN2011 | 01JUN2001]

MOREHOUSE, AD3 Thomas temorehouse@aol.com "...I served with FASRON-4 (1959 to 1962) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I served as Plane Captain on several different aircraft while stationed there. I also was on the NAS Skyraiders Drill Team for two years from 1961 to 1962. I would like to be contacted by anyone from this squadron or the drill team during these years..." [28OCT2009]

MOREL, Jacques B. jacmorel@brinet.com "...I served with VP-876 (Reserve Squadron) in 1965. I believe our moto was "two burning and two turning" and the "Golden Gaters". Would appreciate a picture of our squadron patch. Our CO then was CDR Draw. Thanks..." [21FEB2003]

MORET, Mike micmor@q.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1957 to 1958 as a Pilot (PPC) and Power Plants Officer and left Active Duty for and flew for six more years with the USNR. I returned to college to complete my BA and MBA. I am now retired in the Oregon forest fishing the Rogue River. I would like to contact Duke Libby - any help would be appreciated. Regards to those still with us..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 15AUG2010 | 18JUN2006]

MORENO, ADR1 Eduardo enamoreno@aol.com "...I served with VP-50 (1967-1969) and claiming disability compensation. I have heart problems, kidney problems and Parkinson's Disease. Am having problem proving I was in NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I see there are other people having the same problem. Is anyone able to help? Any help would be appreciated..." [22MAR2016]

MORENO, Gene "Mo" eugene.moreno@att.net "...I served with VQ-2 (1968-1969) NS Rota, Spain. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [18JAN2011]

MORENO, YNC Rhonda rmoreno80@aol.com "...VP-64 was my first aviation squadron. I was stationed there from 94-97, being a YN I get to be surface or aviation. VP-64 was great, have a lot of good memories (and videos). From VP-64, went to the Bureau, Washington DC ('97-98) for a year, made Chief and then moved with the Bureau to Millington TN (98-99). Now I'm back at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania at VP-66 (00-present), which I plan on retiring from only 2 more years left. Its been a great ride..." [11MAR2001]

MORETTI, Pat pmoretti@dew.sc.gov "...I served with VP-68 (07/1979-08/1982). It was an incredible time of growing in my Naval career - one I look back on often. Many friends and pleasant memories..." [E-Mail Updated 27FEB2013 | E-Mail Updated 11OCT99 | 18OCT97]

MOREY, Pat patmorey_99@yahoo.com "...I was a proud Tiger (VP-8) from 1991 through 1996 I had many great times and some great deployments (except my last NS Roosevelt Roads, PR deployment). Anyone out there on that record breaking deployment (29 engine changes)?..." [13NOV99]

MOREY, Roger Shipmate PixCirca 1968 plumb1up@yahoo.com "...I served in the Firefish division of VC-5 at Det NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 8/67 to 3/69. As an En-3 I maintained target boats at the boat ramp that we took out on Fleet tugs. In 19 months we never lost 1 boat and only 1 was stopped, due to a piece a frag from an air burst that went directly into the receiver. I think todays electronics would have a better kill ratio. Had fun in Olongapo that I don't think I will ever forget. Found a picture of the boat house crew the other day. Too bad I can't remember any of the names. If anyone else out there remembers that time period, drop me a line..." [Updated PIX 14OCT2000 | 13OCT2000]

MORGAN, Albert L. almorgan@hal-pc.org "...I was a radio/radar operator assigned to VPB-119 at and immediately following the end of WW2. (Don't remember the exact dates.) We served at Clark Field on Luzon, Palawan and Samar in the Phillpines. I was discharged in July of 46 and re-enlisted in Aug 1948. I was immediately assigned to VPHL-3 in Miami, Fla. I served with VPHL-3, VP-23, VJ-2 and VW-4 in Miami and NAS Jacksonville, Florida from August 1948 until July 1956, flying PB4Y-2's, P2V's and WV's as a radio/radar operator. I flew many hours and in many hurricanes, (as we were called the "Hurricane Squadron") and visited many places. I'm sure not many on the net go that far back, but if so, let me hear from you..." [13JUN99]

MORGAN, Allen Sgt-Morgan@webtv.net "...71-74 Aircraft Electrician with VXE-6, Williams Field, Strip Rat. 74-76 VT-1, 76-78 VT-2, 78-96, 116th Ga. Air National Guard. Retired Reserve. Retired Civil Service..." [29AUG99]

MORGAN, AE2 Bill Bilmarmor@aol.com "...In July 1958, VP-731 was called into temporary active duty, during a middle east crisis. I was a reservist radioman (AE-2) on board a P2V. The squardron commander was Cdr. L.B. Ulstrom of Battle Creek. We were enroute to our annual two week duty in NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, when the news of the Marines landing in Lebanon, reached us. As a result we were assigned to the 6th fleet, as back up for existing units in the area. Before we returned to NAS Grosse ILE, Michigan, we had logged many hours flying the Mediterranean. The following year we were back again in the Mediterranean under less stressful circumstances flying out of NS Rota, Spain. I would certainly like to hear from anyone who was part of the squardron during this period. Most if not all, of the reservists were from Michigan and Ohio..." [14JAN2002]

MORGAN, ADRAN Bruce brucemorgan1@verizon.net "...I served with VQ-1 (1963-1965) at NAS Atsugi, Japan when I volunteered for Operation Deepfreeze. Arrived in NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island (05/1965) and was on the ICE frin 1965-1967. I worked with Bob Harris and Bob Gregory at the line shack. On the ice we took preheaters out to the C-130's, drove the Snocats, etc. I caught a Penguin, tried to send a rocket to Mt. Erebus (it blew up instead), made water for the head. Was there for the NEW stainless steel restroom facilities. It was a great experience. Had a great time in Christchurch..." [13JUL2012]

MORGAN, AO Eric ricpbr2@att.net "...I served aboard NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam from 1969 to 1971. I am looking for Mike Yost..." [28OCT2010]

MORGAN, Frank Frank_Morgan@crc.com "...I was part of the crew of SQ-3 the VP-50 aircraft that went down in Pango Pango, Samoa in 1980. I was an AMS-3 at that time. Myself and an AE-2 Jeff Herman were on the ground as the plane hit the tram way between the mountians and went down. There is a movie of the event available, but it is freash in my mind as I write this. I thought no one else would have remembered this event..." [31JAN2001]

MORGAN, ATCS Frankie Retired morgansmadhouse@live.com "...I served with VP-22 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from October 1968 to December 1970 with deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand..." [04MAY2009]

MORGAN, Herman G. III Shipmate PixCirca 2005 hermanmorgan3@yahoo.com "...Hello Shipmates from VP-50 (Circa 1965-1969). I've been visiting this great site since I found it in 1998. I've been in touch with Bruce Fassett, Jessie Dupuis, Jeff (Rosie) Hancock, and Mel Pearson, and have gotten some great photos and addresses from Bud Southworth. I would still like to find Jeff Jones, Jim McLaughlin, Neal Clark and numerous others. I hope to attend the 2005 Reunion. So please keep me updated at this new address. Thanks, hope to hear from y'all soon!..." [E-Mail/PIX Updated 09APR2007 | BIO Updated 03MAY2005 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 06NOV2003 | 19APR2000]

MORGAN, Hugh (Skip) skipandsusan@msn.com "...I served with VP-50 Crew 8 with a great bunch of guys from 1966 to 1967. I have been in contact with Jessie Dupius, Lyle John, and Herman Morgan III. Would like to hear from Jeff Jones, Frank (Stretch) Larkin, or anyone from that era. Great times in the P I...." [19NOV2003]

MORGAN, J P roy7@ix.netcom.com "...I served with VP-23 from 1973 to 1976. I found out that the best friend I ever had in my life is or was in VP-62. Bruce Perry, he made Chief in 1994......I think he should be an AX or AT. We were in the Airshow together in 1976 in Vandalia, Ohio and I now live there. We were Radio Operator's in VP-23 together. Bruce was on crew 5 and I was on crew 1 or 2..." [09JAN99]

MORGANS, AO2 John docmorgans@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-2 from early 1955 to late 1957 with two deployments to NAS Kodiak, Alaska (Crew-5). I was in the outfit when the new silver P2V-7's arrived. I have a lot of great memories associated with the outfit..." [29MAY2010]

MORGAN, Joli Brian LFJBM@UAF.EDU "...I served with VP-49 as a AT3 assigned to the MAD shop in NAS Bermuda from 1957 to 1959. Great memories of NAS Bermuda and our squadron visits to Cuba and Key West..." [15NOV99]

MORGAN, Keith whmustangs@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-50 crew 4 between Sep 81 thru Feb 84, in the crew picture on the wing in NAF Misawa, Japan. Left to right Mario Ecung, Mark Hainer, Ralph Kahmer, Me, Chris Whitehead, Lcdr Bentz, Rick Moreno, Jim Taylor, Glen Fink, Mark Braden and Cdr Carl Balhorn and Ken Mitchell. Awsome crew 2 WesPac, 2 BlueNose, 1 Golden Dragon, PI, Dodge, Oman, Adak and Korea..." [28MAY2007]

MORGAN, ATR3 Larry S. Shipmate PixCirca 1962 morgan220@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-56 from July, 1962 to July, 1964. Most of my flight time was with Crew 11 as 2nd Technician, Radio Operator. Our home base was NAS Norfolk, Virginia with deployments to Key West, Fla. during the Cuban crisis, NS Rota, Spain, and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR..." [E-Mail Updated 26SEP2006 | 29APR2005]

MORGAN, Leslie c/o his family johnfan@earthink.net "...Leslie Morgan (now deceased) proudly served with FASRON-66, VP-28, and VP-871. His family is very proud of his time as a top turrett gunner during the Korean Conflict..." [E-Mail Updated 16FEB2002 | E-Mail Updated 04FEB2002 | E-Mail Updated 29SEP2000 | 06AUG99]

MORGAN, AT2 Michael D. (Mad Dog) mmorgan146@nc.rr.com "...I reported for duty with VP-17 from May 1971 to July 1974. Wasn't in the squadron more than a week and LT Sikes ask me if I wanted to be a radio operator. Had a great time flying. Introduced me to photography and my life long passion. Many of you have seen my photos and did not even know it. Have seen the world twice at no expense. First with the Navy and second with the newspapers that I've worked for over the years. Yes I do remember the 4th of July in NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. How about the CO of NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan coming down in his car. Getting out and telling us to stop and then both 17 and 22 barracks turning their bottle rockets towards his car and firing at him. We never saw him or the MP's again. QUESTION: Does anyone remember the time i got mugged on the way to the em club on may 1, 1972? Have had neck problem for 30 years and am fighting the system for service contected disability. Went to VP-31 and was only there for a few months. Quit flying after they tried to kill me again with a stupid pilot mistake. They thought they where sending me to a terrible duty station at MCAS Yuma, AZ. The best duty that I ever had. Went fishing almost ever day with the Master Sargent that ran the flight line. 7 great years and never really worked as an AT that I was trained for. Became a single father and left Navy. Wished I could have stayed but glad I did not. Have a great daughter and now have a granddaughter and a dumb son-in-law that is the Track Head Coach for a college in High Point, NC. Would like to hear from all and the following if they are out there: Crew 10 on NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan Deployment, ADJC Gerster, AW3 Wiley, AWAN Poteet, AW3 Unabia and AO2 Wheeler and AT3 Larry Terhune. Crew eight on the PI Deployment: LT Crash Crandall, AW1 Mike Jones and AO2 Collette. Thanks..." [E-Mail Updated 12FEB2008 | E-Mail Updated 29NOV2002 | 02NOV2002]

MORGAN, PR Mike mikiemickey@cs.com "...I was in VA-205 '90-'93 during the big transition and at VP-65 '93-'96. Had a lot of good times at PMTC. Drop me a line when you can. ADC KLIPPEL, great pic!..." [03JAN2000]

MORGAN, AW2 Rich rtmonline@earthlink.net "...I flew with VP-47 out of NAS Moffett Field, California from August 1986 through April 1990 as Sensor 1 on Crew 2. I left the Navy to go to school and would like to contact old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 25MAR2004 | 09JUN98]

MORGAN, Rod ramorgan@mediaone.net "...I was in VP-16 from 1971-1975 (crew 6) then VP-30 until 1979 when I left the Navy. Interested in swapping e-mail with any old Shipmates..." [13MAR99]

MORGAN, Roy L. roy7@ix.netcom.com or morgan_47@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-23 1973 to1976. Lost contact with four of my best buddies. Bruce Perry (Peach), The McCarthy twins Brian & Terry.....And Phil K. Phil I can't spell your last name man! All these guys should be in the Detroit area except Bruce may still be in the Navy. I'm in the Dayton, Ohio area. Would really like to hear from the old shipmates!..." [07JAN99]

MORGAN, AT Terry terrymorgan@olemissalumni.com "...I was an AT with VAP-62 from October 1957 until July 1960. I was on the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal Detachment in 1959. I would like to hear from anyone who was in VAP-62 at the same time I was. CDR Drum was the CO when I joined the squadron he was followed by CDR Hollingshead who was followed by CDR Frohne..." [30AUG2004]

MORGANO, Louis P. lsm-salvage@webtv.com "...I served with VP-724 at the NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1964 - 1968. I was an ADR2 and flew in the Plane Captains position on P2V Neptunes A/C. Spent my two weeks active duty tours at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Had an engine blow a jug on the way to Miami on our off weekend and spent a week at the USMC NAS Cherry Point, doing an engine change. Also enjoyed off weekend flight to St. Croix Isl. via NAS San Juan when they were still flying the Super Constallations. Also, some of the cross country Navigation training flights and the search flight over Lake Michigan when a civilian airline from O'Hare went down. Best wishes to all I served with both Officers and Enlisted..." [07MAR99]

MORGENROTH, Marissa A. mam7morgen@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1993 to 1997 and now on shore duty in Virginia. I really miss those NSF Diego Garcia deployments with three dollar bottles of Captain Morgans. It's no wonder I got everyones pay right! I left Virginia and was stationed with a SEABEE Battalion in Gulfport, MS for six years. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 74 was my home away from home. I say this because during this tour I went on several deployments. Deployments were six months out and seven months in homeport. Then it changed to six out nine months in. It will be changing again now that Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 11 is the newly commissioned battalion. Deployments will be six out and twelve in. I was with one of the East Coast battalions. Anyway, I went to dets in Puerto Rico, Vieagues Island, 3 trips to Iraq (into Ar Ramadi, Ar Ar, Syria and Fallujah), Kuwait, Pakistan, Okinawa, Guam, Spain and a couple more places in Japan. I have alot of respect for the Seabee and Marine Corps communities especially being with them under fire in Iraq. I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for both. I would never trade any time I had with the seabees and appreciate all I learned from them, but I will never forget the P-3 community because it was the best duty I ever had. Now, unfortunately, the DK and PN ratings have merged to form the PS rating. Most DK's DO NOT like this but the Navy is definately downsizing and saving money. I am now stationed at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for my last tour. Plan on starting another bachelor's degree before retiring from the Navy so I will have two degrees to choose or rather fall back on once I am out. Well I am excited to chat with old friends and collegues and wish the best to all old and new GoldenSwordsmen!!!! ROMEO DELTA OUT!!!!!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 23JAN2007 | 25AUG98]

MORI, CDR Donald "Paul" Retired dmori1832@earthlink.net "...I served aboard NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada (1964-1967), NROTC University of Nebraska (1967-1971), VP-8 (1972-1976), VP-30 (1976-1978), TSC (1978-1980) at NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal , USNA (1980-1982), VP-11 (1983-1985), TSC (1985-1987) at NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, CPWL (1987-1991) and retired (1991)..." [BIO Updated 24FEB2014 | E-Mail Updated 20SEP2000 | 06MAR2000]

MORIARTY, AO Mark mwmoriarty@interact.ccsd.net "...I served with VP-9 from 1989-1992 as an Aviation Ordnanceman (Aircrew, CAC 6). I would like to hear from anyone who served with me during this time..." [26MAR2003]

MORIARTY, LCDR Thom tjmoriarty99@yahoo.com or moriartytj@aol.com "...formerly of VP-10, now serving at FCTCLANT, Dam Neck, Virginia as Combat Systems Officer. Can be reached by e-mail or by DSN at 492-7734. Currently reside in Virginia Beach with wife Debbie. Served in VP-10 from November 97 - October 99. Served in VP-22 from March 88 - June 91. From June 91 - June 94, served at TSC (formerly ASWOC) NS Rota, Spain from June 94 - June 97, served with TACRON 21 and deployed with USS GUAM with 22nd MEU/SOC embarked from Jan 96 - Jul 96. Participated in non-combatant evacuation operations (NEO) off the coast of Monrovia, Liberia. Would love to hear from old Shipmates, especially "Blue Geese."...[BIO Updated 26MAR2000 | E-Mail Updated 22FEB99 | 05APR98]

MORIN, AW1 James P. jmorin12@cfl.rr.com "...I served with VP-21 from 1969 to disestablishment, VP-23 from 1969 to 1974, TSC Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5) until discharge in 1977..." [E-Mail Updated 19DEC2009 | 01OCT98]

MORIN-WILLIAMS, Ruth Arlene mkrgrandma@yahoo.com "...I served aboard NAS Kingsville, Texas (05/1979-12/1979)..." [26JUL2012]

MORIO, Dan dannlisa@hisnhers.com "...I served in VP-46 ( NAS Whidbey Island, Washington) from 1993 to 1996. Currently assigned to Tactical Support Center NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1996-1999). Moving on to USS Abraham Lincoln (NS Everett, WA) as a shooter. Looking to hear from any 46er's that I flew with..." [11APR99]

MORLAND, ATR2 Leo leo.morland@comcast.net "...I served with VP-24 (1965-1967)..." [29MAY2018]

MONROE, Phillip mon67roe@gmail.com "...I served with VP-31. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [23JUL2012]

MORRELL, CAPTAIN Ken morrellka@gmail.com "...I served with VP-48, VP-50, VP-19 and VP-9, all at NAS Moffett Field, California with the exception of my last 6 months with Nine at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii following our homeport change. Thoroughly enjoyed all my tours making great friends and flying many a memorable flight during the cold war. A special thanks to all the great pilots and FE's who always followed a takeoff with a safe landing!..." [20NOV2010]

MORRILL, AME1(AW) James E. skippy5361@aol.com "...I'm retired now and am presently working for United Airlines. I served in VA-97 (80-83), AIMD NAS LeMOORE, California (83-86), VP-4 (86-89), VC-5 (89-92), VP-17 (92-95), VPU-2 (95-98), and completed my career in VP-9 back in July of 1999. I would like to hear from any of my old Shipmates that I had the honor of serving with. I would really like to hear from my old friend PR1 Myron Arnold. If anyone knows his where abouts please let him know my address..." [BIO Updated 31DEC2000 | BIO Updated 17SEP2000 | 15SEP2000]

MORRILL, AD3 William D. Blackshoesailor@hotmail.com "...VP-10 is always out front. Well at least the Mechs are. Keep strokin'..." [03APR2002]

MORRIS, ADCS A. Retired woodiemorris@charter.net "...ADJC in Power Plants Shop from Feb 1968 to middle of the Bermuda deployment summer of 1971. Men and machines of VP-26 best I served with in my career..." [E-Mail Updated 14AUG2001 | E-Mail Updated 10OCT2000]

MORRIS, Benjamin C. c/o His Son Thomas L. Morris tleemorris@hotmail.com "...My Father passed on in '85. He retired as Chief Petty Officer rating. My father served with CPW-4, CPW-5, VP-8, and VP-10. I would love to hear from anyone that served with him..." [23APR2000]

MORRIS, Bob bomo45@gmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (1965-1968). I flew with Crew-7 (Norm Cook) and left the Navy in September 1968..." [03MAY2013]

MORRIS, Bobby sjmorris850@aol.com "...I served VW-13 (01/1962-04/1963). I worked on the line crew. PO1 Jewer was our Division Enlisted Officier, ENSIGN Yurt was the Division Officier and ADMC Hocker was the Leading Chief. My barrack was across the road from the chow hall. We had (3) mine was the middle barracks. CAPTAIN Bailey was our Commanding Officer. Went to St. Johns several times. It was a long 18 months. I left VW-13 to serve aboard the USS Essex (CVS-9) and a short time aboard the USS Forrestal (CV-59). Got out in august (Friday the 13th) and returned to Valley, Ala. I have lived in Pensacola for the last 40 yrs. The Navy changed my life - I am a better person due to my experence in the military..." [29DEC2012]

MORRIS, AFCM(AW) Charles M. Retired charles@cmmorrislaw.us "...I served with VA-205 from 1970 until 1972 and then transfered to VA-203. In 1977 I was lucky enough to transfer to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where I served with VP-68 until my transfer to the Naval Aviation Logistics Center at Pax River. In 1982 I was transfered to VP-60 where I served until 1985. At that time, I was transfered to VR-46 where I retired in 1988. After retirement, I finished law school and currently I'm a lawyer in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Would love to hear from you..." [E-Mail Updated 15APR2004 | 09APR99]

MORRIS, AT1 Chuck charliemorris@earthlink.net "...I was radio operator/AT-1, VP-17 from July '65 through summer '68 then on to VP-42 awaiting separation. I'll be back, I have lot's of inquiries!..." [04APR2001]

MORRIS, DEREK N dmorris@tqci.net "...HELLO OUT THERE FELLOW VP-8ERS. I'M NOW DOWN HERE IN FORCE DROP ME A LINE..." [14JUL98]

MORRIS, AZ2 Elaine tithe59@hotmail.com "...I'm saying hello to Pete Maxwell, Fred Milan, and all others from VR-22 - NS Rota, Spain (1984-1986). When I left NS Rota, Spain, I worked as an AZ2 at VX-5 (now VX-9) at NAS China Lake, California. I left active service in 1989. Since then I've completed a few years of college & law school - labored in family law for a few years and am now teaching high school English - and, for the most part, enjoying the challenges -- daily. BUT--Does anyone know where I can locate a VR-22 (and a VX-5) squadron patch to purchase? If you do, please clue me in..." [24DEC2005]

MORRIS, LT Garron GSMorris@aol.com "...Served with VP-11..." [11JAN98]

MORRIS, Jack Morton c/o his son Joseph Perry Morris dracrider@hotmail.com "...My dad was LT(jg) Jack Morton Morris of Crew 13 with VP-50..." [E-Mail Updated 12MAY99 | 25MAR99]

MORRIS, AWCS (AW/NAC) Jeffrey S. Retired 2yankeesfan15@comcast.net "...I served with Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational TRAining GRouP (FASOTRAGRU) DETachment (DET) NAS Brunswick, Maine (1994-1998), VP-8 (1991-1994), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) (1989-1991), CPW-5 (1985-1988) and VP-23 (1979-1985). Now the owner/photographer of The Pierce Studio in Brunswick, Maine..." [E-Mail Updated 08FEB2015 | E-Mail Updated 14OCT2002 | BIO Updated 23NOV98]

MORRIS, Jerry jnchar98@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-4 from May 1958 - May 1959 at NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. i would like to hear from all from that era..." [28JUL2002]

MORRIS, Jerry A. c/o his son Jason Morris JNCHAR4EVR@AOL.COM "...I am writing on my Fathers behalf. He is Jerry A. Morris. He served with VP-4 from 1957-59 in Naha, Okinawa. He was in the Airframe Shop and in Crew 5 with YD. If you might know him or think you might, give him a call. I know he has lots of pictures and cruise books. 531 S. Elm St., Centralia, IL 62801 (618)532-1737. He worked with J. J. GLASS, R. R. JOHNSTON, J. E. SEILER, G. R. BABCOCK, A. F. YEAGER, and J. C. FRAZIER..." [02AUG99]

MORRIS, ADC Jim Retired jimmyjames96@hotmail.com "...I served in VP-46 from fall of 1964 to the spring of 1969 as a second mech and later as an engineer. Flew with LCDR Cleary on 1st deployment and memory was destroyed in Nam in the early 70's. I remember Chuck Brooks and Mike Peeples both ADJ3's as late as 67. But don't remember much about other squadron members. I know I told the CO of VR 8 in the cafeteria in one of the old blimp hangars at NAS Moffett Field, California that I'd like to date his daughter. I was kidding, he was having a snak with his family and his son was the first long haired male I had ever seen. He didn't seem to think the remark was as funny as I. Would like to hear from anyone that served in VP-46 from 64-68. I remember some crazy times but cannot put names to flashbacks. Okinawa I have no memory of other than I earned my wings there in 66 and remember some of the black P-3's that the airforce flew out of Thailand..." [24NOV2000]

MORRIS, AMH3 John K. johnmorris008@comcast.net "...I served with VAH-8 in 1961 attached to the USS Midway (CV-41), VP-4 from 1962 to 1963 at NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan (Crew 4) and VP-48 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California before transpacking to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. I worked for Chief Papasan, Dunphy and Thomas in the Air Frames Shop. I was the tall red headed pool player. I was discharged in 1964, after 4 years...." [BIO Updated 13SEP2009 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 20MAR2009 | 28SEP2002]

MORRIS, Larry larrymo@enid.com "...I had the good fortune to be in VW-1 from Aug 62 til Aug 64 and consider it the most fun and best duty of my Navy career! I was AMS2 then and flew as crew metalsmith on TE-3. (The Gray Trey) AC Commander was Lt. McKnight. I've been trying without success to locate TE-3 crew chief Warren Miller ADR1 for some time but haven't had any luck yet. Does anyone out there know what ever became of him and also AG1 Cadigan and crew mech Willy (Silver Fang) Williamson? Would like to hear from any of the guys I was stationed with. I retired from the USN in 1976, returned to my home state of Oklahoma and went to work for an oil field service company called Halliburton. Retired again in 1998. Hope to see some of the old hands at VW-1 Reunion in October at Branson..." [11AUG99]

MORRIS, CAPTAIN M. E. "Moe" Retired (Deceased) joedover@aol.com "...Served with VP-MS-7 / VP-47, MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, NAS North Island, San Diego, California, 1947-1959. Ensign PPC with Ensign FP and Midshipman 3rd pilot/nav. Later flew PBM-5As on NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for Operation Ivy, then with VP-48 1953-1955 PBMs P5Ms. Served on USS Albemarle (AV-5) on east coast, 1959-60. For over 52 years my motto has been, "Shucks, anybody can fly an airplane with wheels...God bless you all..." [Deceased Notification 05APR2005 | 23NOV97]

MORRIS, Michael R. awcr@budsters.com "...SS3 with VP-44 (75-79) CAC-9, CAC-11 "Lucky Eleven", CAC-12 "Magalis' Even Dozen"/NATOPS SS3, AWA-1 Instructor in NAS Memphis, Tennessee (79-82), ASWOC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (82-86), NETPMSA RTM/Exam Writer (Sorry guys) (86-90), TSC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (90-93) "We closed the door, turned out the lights and put out the goat", TSC/MOCC Coordinators Office NAS Brunswick, Maine (93-95), Retired as AWC in 95. I miss those days of VP-44, we had a mission, we had a purpose and we did the job. On quiet days, I think back to those times and remember the wonderful people, the parties, the missions, and for a moment relive my youth. We were bold and full of piss and vinegar! Would love to here from anyone in VP-44 (75-79)!..." [15MAR99]

MORRIS, AD1 Mike Retired mmorris@clinic.net "...Served in VP-10 from 1971 - 1976. Had earned my wings on the Stoof before coming to the VPNavy. Went to SERE, then retired out of VF-11 in 1982 and became a high school teacher. Smoke 'em if you got 'em..." [19JAN2005]

MORRIS, Richard "Dick" dmorris@mosquitonet.com "...I served with VP-6 from 1964 to 1966 as a Jez Operator on Crew-1. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [11APR2011]

MORRIS, AX2 Rudy C. rudymorris4@gmail.com "...I joined the Naval Air Reserves in fall of 1966, spent winter/spring at NARTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee for boot camp and Avionics Training. Served with VP-702 from 1967 to August 1970. Company transfer took me to Chicago area...joined up with the new VP-60 at NAS Glenview, Illinois. Last year in the program, 1972, we did our summer cruise in NS Rota, Spain as part of the new program post "Pueblo spy ship" situation in Korea. Most time was "ground pounder" and BB changer but did some neat RONs, including one from NAS Dallas, Texas to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. The NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada trip was with our skipper, Captain Kelly, super nice guy..." [27NOV2011]

MORRIS, Scott "Delmar" aocmorris@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-9 from 1985 thru 1989 and did three deployments including NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Misawa, Japan/P.I. and NSF Diego Garcia/DET-B. I was then transfered to VP-31 as an FRAMP-NAMTRAGRUDET and flight instructor. After my tour in VP-31 I became a TAR and transfered to VP-68. I am currently flying C-130's as a Loadmaster. I would like to hear from any old Shipmates of mine who may remember me, it was great seeing so many familar names from the past..." [E-Mail Updated 29MAY2006 | 04DEC99]

MORRIS, Terry D. tm_sm@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-48 in the 1960's for a couple of years. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [31MAY2012]

MORRIS, AK Vicki Maupin vicki.morris@wings.travel "...I served with VT-24 NAS Beeville from 1981 to 1982 as a Aviation Storekeeper..." [14OCT2008]

MORRIS, Wayne waynemorris27@gmail.com "...I served with VP-703 (1963-04/1964) at NAS Dallas, Texas..." [28NOV2015]

MORRIS, AT3 Wayne "Linerat" linerat@ptdprolog.net "...I'm trying to get in touch with VP-45 in particular to some of my friends who are in the tron shop, engineers, and linemen just to keep in touch..." [19MAY99]

MORRISH, AX2 George T. piperncpd@aol.com "...I served with VP-839 upon enlistment in the USNR 11MAR64 at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York and remained in that unit until 1JAN67 when it was redesignated VP-835. According to my records, that squadron wa redisignated as VP-62R1 on 1JULY1968. I remained in that squadron until 10MAR71 when I was discharged. I was a MAD operator on P2's. I am looking for picture of the cruise that that squadron took to NS Rota, Spain sometime around 1969-71 or any other photos available..." [30SEP2003]

MORRISON, Clyde B. cbmnavy@aol.com "...I was in VP-34 from 1942 to 1943. I would like to hear from old members of VP-34..." [17JAN98]

MORRISON, LCDR Edwin Dean http://www.usna.com/history/classof1940/M.htm "..After graduation, Ed, an eye unsat, took his discharge and application for a naval reserve commission into the civilian job market. When the draft started in a few months, he went on active duty with the training command in Florida for over three years during which he went to the Naval Radar course at Bowdoin-MIT. His next assignment was with the RINA at the GM aircraft plant in Trenton, NJ. He married Miss Roberta Neary during this assignment (1944). His next duty was that of a ground person attached to VPB-138 which had its type of aircraft changed in midstream. This unit eventually went west to Hawaii and Okinawa (after the latter was neutralized). At the time of the Japanese surrender, Ed was with the squadron on Okinawa. He departed Okinawa in September, 1945, to be demobilized to inactive duty on reporting to the Third Naval District. En route, he was promoted to Lt. Comdr., USNR by one of the last ALNAV's. After terminal leave expired, Ed was employed by the Long Lines Department of AT&T as a plant engineer. After five years in several assignments, he transferred to Bell Laboratories (NJ) to work on military equipment design. After BTL dropped most of military development, Ed was assigned to groups whose objective was machine-processing daily business information into computer data banks. Ed retired in 1982 with 36 years of Bell system service and in January, 1988, he and his wife moved to South Carolina where they currently reside. Ed and Roberta have three children, Dean-1948, Paul- 1951, and Julia-1956..." [01JUN2003]

MORRISON, John j_r_morrison33@hotmail.com "...I was Navigator and PP2P VP-23 Crew 3 1957-1959. Later flew in VP-832 at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York. Retired from American Airlines 1993..." [02APR2002]

MORRISON, John H. Tarzan1771@aol.com "...I flew as a boot Ensign in VPB-201 from March 1945 to October 1945 at Key West, NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone and the Galapagos Is..." [12FEB2000]

MORRISON, AK3 Robert capt27012000@yahoo.com "...I served with VR-22 (1953-10/1955) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I served as a Ships Master on the Great Lakes for 50 years..." [23MAR2015]

MORRISON, YN3 Steve stevem.92929@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-6 (12/1965-09/1967) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with a deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska (1966)..." [E-Mail Updated 02JUL2012 | 08JAN98]

MORRISSEY, AX Joe jomo101@tampabay.rr.com "...I served with VP-11 (1965-1970). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 26AUG2017 | 16MAY99]

MORRISSEY, ATN3 Robert G. oldwharfroad@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-911, VP-63Z-1 and VP-92 (1967-1973) at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts (Naval Reserves). I served with CDR Dale Petty, LCDR Roy Raja, MCPO Robert MacDonald, CPO Bill Hannigan, PO John Glavin and PO Lafrata..." [04AUG2012]

MORROW, David p3orion@frontiernet.net "...I served with VP-26 from 1970 thru 1972 on CAC-6..." [11FEB2002]

MORROW, ETCS (SS)(AC) David H. Retired twomorrowsbnb@juno.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1953 to 1954. I married and shipped out in January 1955. Couldn't stand MT winters so reuped and served with FASRON-117 VP-48 (P5M's), FASRON-108 NAS Brunswick, Maine, VP-18 (P2V-7S's) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with deployments to NAS Kodiak, Alaska, NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines, and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Then I got some sea duty and commissioned the USS kitty Hawk and deployed around the horn to a new home port of San Diego. In 1963 I switched to ETC and went to the Submarine USS Kamehameha SSBN 642 GOLD to get back to the Islands. Was there to 1969 and went to the USS Halibut (SSN-587). On the USS Halibut (SSN-587) I got to see what rusion rivers looked like. Read all about me in the book called "Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage" written by Sherry Sontag and Chris Drew. I made the first two deployments with the USS Halibut (SSN-587) and the retired as ETCS (SS) (AC). Wings and Dolphins! There are so few of us. Worked for the Indian Health Service for 20 years on Indian reservations from San Diego, CA to Barrow, Alaska fixing & calibrating medical equipment..." [17FEB2003]

MORROW, MCPO Estes (Doc) eaglesnest4032@comcast.net "...I would like to hear from anyone who served with VP-10 from 1956 - 1961 (Rodney Campbell - Bob McCfadden). I'm looking forward to the Reunion this year. Warm regards..." [E-Mail Updated 01FEB2009 | 25MAY2002]

MORROW, George Retired georgemorrow@bowie0cass.com "...I served with VP-40 (1972-1974) and retired in 1981..." [E-Mail Updated 18MAY2012 | 09JAN2003]

MORROW, LCDR Howard R. C/O His Daughter Claudia Morrow clajar44@yahoo.com "...My Father, LCDR Howard R. Morrow, flew the PBY-5A Catalina with VP-91 out NAS Jacksonville, Florida. He is alive and well in Fairfield, Iowa..." [26MAY2003]

MORROW, Steve jmorrow11@charter.net "...I served with VP-24 from 1978 to 1982..." [14MAR2009]

MORROW, Thomas C. Jr. "Tommy" tom_morrow@msn.com "...I served with VP-872 during the Christmas Island and Johnson Island deployments..." [21JUL2015]

MORSE, AE1(AW) Bill Retired bnkwellness@hotmail.com "...I served 10 years with the regular Navy from 1958-1968. I joined the Reserves in 1974, went into TAR in 1977 as P-3 FE while with VP-91, VP-94 at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana, VP-91 late 1978, and VP-69 in 1981 until retirement in 1987. I went to work at Boeing, primarily on 747 on flightline as inspector, retiring in 2001 and moved to Hawaii. Miss the people and the flying, very much. Would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 25JAN2003 | 24OCT98]

MORSE, Fred FMorse@aol.com "...I went through operational at NAS Banana River, Florida in March 46 in PBM5's, then to VP-201 in San Juan until they returned to NAS Norfolk, Virginia, and in to VP-ML-5 as I recall. VP-741 in P-2V's at NAS Jacksonville, Florida during Korea with a 6 month tour on Malta. Was at NAS New York in VP-832, VP-834 and VP-839, all P-2V's. Was called back during Cuba in VP-832 and retired in 1966 with 7 active and 16 reserve. Found time to fly 33 years for TWA, retiring in 1985..." [13MAY98]

MORSE, AO2 George morsekode2@tampabay.rr.com "...I served with VP-7 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1952 to 1956 with deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR flying in the P2. We were trained by the 10th Special Forces, Bad Tolz and Bavaria for E&E. Loved every day. Just checking in from the after-station..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 16AUG2010 | 15AUG2002]

MORSE, Robert R. (Snuffy) tooiem@aol.com "...I was in the original VPW-1 during WWII from 1944 to 1946. Is anybody out there (I mean, still alive)? I was stationed in Miami, FL, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Hutchinson, Kansas and NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [14APR2005]

MORSE, ARM2/c Sidney Emerson c/o his Grandson ENS Raymond F. Barnes, Jr. clarkknt@intcomm.net "...I'm looking for anyone who might have known my grandfather, ARM2/c Sidney Emerson Morse, of Augusta, ME. He was a member of Combat Aircrew "Baker", VP-208, and served in the Pacific Theater in 1944 and 1945. I have his logbook and squadron "yearbook", called "Peter Bogey Mike", but he died before I was born, and would like to know what he was like from some of his old Shipmates. Thanks in advance for any help!..." [16JAN99]

MORTENSEN, Wes "Mort" wmortensen@mn.rr.com "...Served as ACW in AEWBarRonPac (VW-14) from December 1960 to December 1963. Flew in Crews F-44 and F-22 with PCs Lt. Don Lyles and LCDR John Nelms. Wonder where they are now. I am currently retired 747 Captain with Northwest Airlines. Hoping to hear from former Shipmates and share the old times just one more time. Website: http://www.willyvictor.com..." [14JUL2000]

MOSBACHER, ATR3 Paul pmosbac@juno.com "...I served with VU-8 at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR from 1962-1965. I was on the P2V crew and worked in the drone shop under Chief Vern Marriott. I was looking for any Shipmates who served during this period. It looks like most of the people who will be attending the Reunion in November 2003 are from VC-8 rather than VU-8. It would be nice to see some old VU faces..." [02AUG2003]

MOSBY, AT1 Kenneth Retired kenneth.mosby@navy.mil "...I served as the leading Petty Officer for the AIMD division of VP-66 from 1983 to 1996. Currently working at NAES Lakehurst NJ..." [27JAN2006]

MOSCHINI, AT2 Emo J. emoschini@home.com "...Served in VS-22, NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida from 1985-1987. Discharged as an AT2. Have not heard from my Shipmates in a long time. Most are retired now, but ran into Dan Scheid at a San Diego Padres game. Hope all are well. Too bad about Gino Foresi, great guy and family man..." [27AUG2001]

MOSELEY, AW Don don.p.moseley@lmco.com "...I was an AW with the VP-22 "Blue Geese" from December 1970 to July 1974. I made 3 deployments, 2 to Naha and one to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines with Dets in NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand, NSF Diego Garcia and yes, Bandar Abbas. I had the pleasure to serve with some of the finest, most professional and certainly the wildest VP sailors around. A few who have responded here like Bob Carney, Donnie Ackerman and Woody Crandall. I was in Crew 11 during the first NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan deployment and then in the skippers Crew 1 for the remainder of my tour with VP-22. I have so many great memories of so many people like Carey Powers, Kent Nygren and Gary "Slats" Slatengren from Crew 11, John Stambaugh, Rick Rodd and Bob Carney from Crew 1, and so many others I haven't mentioned (sorry). I don't want to forget to mention that amid all the fun and hard work of the NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan 1972 deployment, we lost one of our best radio operators, my best friend and surfing buddy, Mike "bags" Baglietto to lymphatic cancer. He is gone but his spirit is alive and well in those of us who knew him. I would enjoy the opportunity to get together and have a few San Miguels (painted label, of course) with some old friends and relive some of the good times since past..." [E-Mail Updated 04DEC2003 | 22SEP98]

MOSER, LT Andre R. Retired andre@phxaero.com "...I joined the Navy in 1983. AD "A" school in Millington and off to first duty station at NAS Alameda, California Operations Dept. Joined VP-19 as a 3rd Class in 1986 with the squardon just returning from NAF Misawa, Japan. Advanced to 2nd Class and then off to FE School (VP-31) in 1988 with returnable quota back to VP-19 until 1991. I went across the field to VP-31 as a FE Instructor, advanced to First Class. Squadron decommissioned in 1993 and I headed to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii to joined VP-47 who just moved there from NAS Moffett Field, California. Advanced to Chief. Rolled to VX-1 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in late 1996. I was commissioned as an LDO Ensign in 1999 and headed off to HC-8 in NAS Norfolk, Virginia as a Det Maintenance Officer. Promoted to LT(jg) and headed back to VP-47 now over at MCBH Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii as Maintenance Material Control Officer. Promoted to LT. Left the Island for the las time in December 2005 and headed to Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City, FL. I retired in December 2008 with 25 years. Had a great time in the Navy and still miss it. It's different on the outside as I'm sure many of you have experienced first hand..." [14AUG2009]

MOSER, AW1 Milton "Moe" C. II moe1383@live.com "...I served with VS-38, AT School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VAW-111 Det 14, Naval Air Reserve Unit (NARU) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, RVAW-110, VP-94, AW School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VP-94, VP-91, Reserve Antisubmarine Warfare Training Center (RESASWTRACEN) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, VP-94 and Retired in August 1988 from Active Duty after serving 21 years. Enjoyed every moment of my service to this wonderful country. Sure miss flying in those P-3B's. Wife: PN-1 Nita S. Moser. Hello to all I know and God Bless America..." [23APR2009]

MOSER, Robert L. drmoser@bellsouth.net "...I was a flight crew member with VW-4 from 1958 to April 1961 on Snowwhite MH-7. I flew over 1000 hours with a mighty fine crew. We made the big move to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR in 1960 from NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I then served with VP-19 at NAS Alameda, California and was a flight crew member their for 11 months..." [31JUL2004]

MOSIER, CDR Jonathan D. http://www.cnrc.navy.mil/regionwest/sandiego/cobio.htm "...Commander Jonathan Dean Mosier received a bachelor's degree in Business Administration in 1975 and a Master's Degree in Communications in 1978 from Clarion State College. Commander Mosier was commissioned through Aviation Officer Candidate School in May of 1982 and was designated a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) in November of 1984. Following initial P-3 NFO training, Commander Mosier reported in August of 1985 for his initial fleet assignment to VP-47 at NAS Moffett Field, California. During his tour he served as Line Branch Officer, Aviation Warfare Division Officer, Operations Plans Officer and Squadron Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) Officer. While attached to VP-47 Commander Mosier was designated as a P-3 Mission Commander, Instructor Naval Flight Officer, and Squadron NFO NATOPS Evaluator. During his tour he completed two deployments, one to NSF Diego Garcia and a second to NAS Misawa, Japan. In April of 1989, Commander Mosier reported to VP-31 for duty as an Instructor NFO in the P-3 Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS). In addition to instructor duties, Commander Mosier served as the Command Security Manager, Assistant Administrative Officer and Human Resources Department Head. during his tenure at VP-31. Following the FRS instructor tour, he reported for duty in June of 1991 to CPW-1 One Detachment, Diego Garcia. While assigned to CPW-1, Commander Mosier served as the Tactical Support Center (TSC) Director, Officer-in Charge of the PATWING One Detachment Masirah, Omanand finally as PATWING One Detachment Diego Garcia Operations Officer. During this tour Commander Mosier was responsible for planning and coordinating P-3 operations throughout the Indian Ocean and Southwest Asia. Commander Mosier returned to the United States in July of 1992, reporting to the Naval Postgraduate School. He was awarded a Master's Degree in National Security Affairs and a subspecialty in Foreign Affairs (Far East) in December of 1993 was awarded. Following refresher P-3 training, Commander Mosier reported in August of 1994 to VP-9, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. During his tour he served as Tactics Officer, Administrative Officer, Officer-in-Charge, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Detachment, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and as squadron Aircraft Maintenance Officer. During his tenure at VP-9, the squadron completed a split deployment to NAS Misawa, Japan and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and was awarded the 1995 Pacific Fleet Battle "E" for superior performance and combat readiness. In June of 1996 Commander Mosier was assigned to the staff of the Commander, Naval Air Force, United States Pacific Fleet as the Aircraft Inventory Manager and Depot Maintenance Coordinator. In this capacity he was responsible for the budgeting and execution of all Pacific Fleet aircraft depot maintenance, a program valued at over a quarter of a billion dollars annually. During his tour, the backlog of aircraft awaiting maintenance was reduced from over two hundred to zero, dramatically improving fleet readiness. In May of 1999, Commander Mosier reported to the USS Constellation as the ship's Safety Officer. During his tour "Connie" completed a record-breaking deployment to the Western Pacific and Southwest Asia, recording over 10,000 arrested landings without a major mishap during the cruise. Following her return from deployment, USS Constellation was awarded the 1999 Pacific Fleet Battle "E." CDR Mosier then reported to Navy Recruiting District San Diego in August 2000 as Executive Officer, subsequently taking command of NRD San Diego on March 8, 2002. Commander Mosier's awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), the Navy Commendation Medal (two awards), the Navy Achievement Medal and various service and unit awards..." [01JUN2003]

MOSKOWITZ, Gary steelydanman@verizon.net "...30 years ago I left NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii after serving with VP-28 for 3 years. It was a sad day and I think about those days alot, wishing I could revisit the past. Today, for some reason, I thought I would go online to see if there was any informatio on VP-28. Wow! I'm back in time. What a great connection. I was a crew member in Crew 4 and then Crew 1. I operated Jez/Julie and somtimes CDR Mirise (sp) let me sit in the right seat! Thanks CDR. Flew in QC-1 QC-1 BUNO: 151395, QC-2 BUNO: 150514 and QC-4 BUNO: 150519. Deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAS Adak, Alaska, flaps to NAS Midway Island, Quadj, and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I had a Red Karmen Ghia convertible, Circa 1962 and lived in Waipahu. I see so many faces but not many names. Remember a Shipmate "Jaws". Would love to see or communicate with anyone from that squadron from that time period. Regards and best wishes to all..." [E-Mail Updated 17AUG2005 | 20SEP98]

MOSLEY, Ernie "MO" ernben@bellsouth.net "...Served with 1965-1966 VP-6 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii 1967-1968 VP-50 NAS North Island, San Diego, California and NAS Moffett Field, California. I would like ot hear from anyone but especially Mickey Flagg..." [06NOV2000]

MOSLEY, Richard E. c/o His Grandaughter Kristi Baker bakerkr@uvsc.edu "...I am looking for some good pictures that have the Coronado in them. My grandfather was on the Coronado durring WWII and I am looking to find out what squadron he was in and to see if there are pictures with him in them from then his name is Richard E. Mosley and he served with VPB-15..." [28DEC2000]

MOSER, Lawrence E. nein9moe@yahoo.com "...I was transfered to NAS Inyokern, California and was among the first Ships Company when the base was commissioned. I spent 13 months there before being transfered to 29 Palms as a member of CASU 45f. The base insignia at NAS Inyokern, California was a jack rabbit riding a rocket with a canteen slung over his shoulder. I would like very much to get a copy or patch of that insignia if someone can tell me how. Thank You..." [29JAN2007]

MOSES, AMS1(AC) Harvey J. Retired nightnurse377@yahoo.com "...Arrived in the VP Navy in May 1970 as an AMS2 to VP-23 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. Worked airframes for 3 months and started flying as 2ed Mech. FE school in 1971 with VP-30 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. VP 1971 to 1974, NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 1974 to 1975. South maint. and ASW there. Back to NAS Brunswick, Maine with VP-10 1975 to 1980. Cross decked back to VP-11 1980 to 1983. NAS Brunswick, Maine 1983 to 1986. Retired in Lewiston Maine. Worked for Gates Corp. and went to school. Am now a RN and love it. See some of the old gang at the exchange every now and then. Love to hear from anyone..." [E-Mail Updated 23NOV2004 | 30NOV2001]

MOSK, CDR William F. https://cnatra.navaltx.navy.mil/ctw-4/vt-35/cmdsuite.shtm "...Commanding Officer VT-35 - Commander William F. Mosk is a native of Southern California and graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles, with a degree in Economics. Entering the Navy through the Aviation Officer Candidate Program, he was commissioned an Ensign in May 1985. Designated as a Naval Flight Officer in March 1986, his initial fleet assignment was to VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. While there he served as Phase/Corrosion Branch Officer, Tactics Branch Officer and NFO/Aircrew NATOPS Officer. As a Blue Shark, he flew the P-3B(Mod) achieving designation as Patrol Plane Tactical Coordinator and Mission Commander. His deployment sites were throughout the Pacific and Southeast Asia including NAS Misawa, Japan; NAS Adak, Alaska; NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and NSF Diego Garcia. In 1990 Commander Mosk was selected for the Pilot Transition program and was designated a Naval Aviator in June 1991. After fleet replacement training at VP-30, he reported to VP-49 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in March 1992. There he served as Command Services Officer and Tactics Officer and was designated Patrol Plane Commander and Mission Commander in the P-3C. With the World Famous Woodpeckers, he deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1993. Upon VP-49's disestablishment in 1993, Commander Mosk reported to VP-5 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Serving as Quality Assurance Officer and Command Services Officer, he achieved designation as Patrol Plane Commander, Mission Commander, Beartrap Pilot and Instructor Pilot in the P-3C. He deployed with the Mad Foxes to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1994. In January 1995, Commander Mosk was assigned to PCU JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74) in Norfolk, VA as Operations Administrative Officer and Officer of the Deck (underway). After the ship was commissioned in December 1995, he deployed for several Builders' and Acceptance trials as well as the initial shakedown cruise. Upon completion of refresher training at VP-30, Commander Mosk reported to Patrol Squadron TEN for his Department Head tour. While a Red Lancer, he served as Safety/NATOPS Officer, Assistant Maintenance Officer and Maintenance Officer. His deployments included a split site to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Keflavik, Iceland in 1997 and to NAS Sigonella, Sicily in 1999. While deployed to the Mediterranean theater in 1999, Commander Mosk flew 44 combat missions in support of Operation Allied Forces. In August 1999, Commander Mosk reported to United States Atlantic Command in Norfolk, VA. Redesignated as United States Joint Forces Command in 2000, he served as C4I Systems Modernization Branch Chief and was responsible for the Theater Air Missile Defense Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration. Commander Mosk reported to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas on 1 November 2001 as Executive Officer of VT-35. Commander Mosk's military awards and decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, two Air Medals, two Navy Commendation Medals, and the Navy Achievement Medal as well as numerous other unit and service decorations..." [02JUL2003]

MOSKALIK, AT2 Larry Retired lmoskalik@yahoo.com "...I served in VR-7 Det. "A" from 1958 to 1960..." [05JUN2007]

AFCM Bill "Red Dogg" wmoss56955@aol.com "...Really enjoyed the VP-22 Crew 7 picture on top of the FLY NAVY water tower in Tainan..I painted it! Was the Line PO at Det Tango from March 1969 to April 1973. Me and Kautz and Birdman all of us. We have a Det T Reunion every 2 years somewhere and just finished one at Mitzu's house in Anchorage! She was the cute one in the restaurant. Prior to that I was in VP-46 for the NS Sangley Point, Philippines / Utapao deployment in 1967. Retired in 1990 as an AFCM. Anybody know where Bart Hill from VP-46 Crew 1 and Jerry Johnson ended up?..." [22SEP2003]

MOSS, CDR E. L. Moss Retired c/o his Son Brian T. Moss Shipmate PixCirca 1957 klausb62@hotmail.com "...Dad He earned his Aviator's Wings in 1940 at NAS Pensacola, Florida. He shipped out on board the the USS Brooklyn (CL-40) participating in the invasions of North Africa and Sicily as a gunfire spotter. His first ASW missions were during WW2 in the North Atlantic against German U-Boats flying SOC-3 floatplanes off of the Brooklyn. He helped to write the post-war ASW training doctrine at Newport R.I. His logbooks indicate he flew PB4Y-2 Privateers with VP-8 (1947-1949) and later P2V Neptunes as Commanding Officer of VP-10 (1949-1958). He says he was in and out of deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAF Narsarssuak, Greenland, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and Florida numerous times during this period. He ended his flying career with VR-3 in C-130 Hercules and retired from the Navy in 1969 as Base XO, NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey. Dad would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [09OCT2014]

MOSS, AT1 Nancy Retired nancymoss805@hotmail.com "...I served aboard NAS Bermuda from 1978 to 1980, NS Rota, Spain from 1980 to 1983, NAS Memphis, Tennessee from 1983 to 1989, NAS Adak, Alaska from 1989 to 1991, VP-47 from 1991 to 1993 and NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1993 to 1998. Loving every minute of retirement!..." [11JAN2010]

MOSS, Todd M. tmoss@ameritech.net "...I served in VP-11 from Oct 89 to Sep 92, VP-93 from Jan 93 to Apr 94, VP-92 from May 94 to Oct 99, and am currently the Admin Department Head in NR NAS Sigonella, Sicily 0192..." [BIO Updated 17OCT2000 | 13OCT2000]

MOSSBURG, Albert L. Jr. almosscjm@aol.com "...I flew in VP-18 Neptunes out of NS Roosevelt Roads, PR in 1965-1966. I can still remember the long 14 hour patrols sitting in the radio compartment listening to the traffic. I can remember the Morse Code calls I made to Goose Bay, Newfoundland for weather and temperature checks and after hearing that it was -12 I would inform those poor suckers that it was 87 and sunny where I was. I remember the detachment of two planes from our squadron at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and the missles pointed at "Gitmo" from Guantanamo City, just on the other side of the fence. I plan a trip to Loquillo in Puerto Rico with my family in August of 2000. It will be my first trip back. I would love to hear from anyone who served with VP-18 during the years 1965 to 1967. The old girl shook, rattled, and rolled but I loved her like a mistress. The view from the front dome has never been paralelled by any amusement ride or any other panoramic view. Flying with the back windows opened, dropping box lunch garbage on Russian ships, and generally having the best times of my life with my crew co-horts are just a few of the memories I will carry to the end of my life..." [30APR2000]

MOSSER, CAPTAIN Donald D. Retired http://www.ndu.edu/inss/staff/INSS_Bios.html "...Capt. Donald D. Mosser (USN, Ret) is the INSS Dean of Administration. An experienced Naval Aviator with significant operational experience across the spectrum of patrol aviation mission capabilities, he has operated in the Pacific, Indian Ocean, Atlantic, Caribbean, and Mediterranean theaters. His mission area expertise includes: anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare; counter-drug detection and monitoring operations; and surface surveillance, including over-land, electro-optical missions over the Former Yugoslavian Republics. Following his tour as Commanding Officer, VP-26, he served at the Defense Intelligence Agency as Chief of the HUMINT Collections, Requirements, and Reports branch. A distinguished graduate of the College of Command and Staff at Newport, Rhode Island, he holds masters degrees in General Management and National Security and Strategic Studies..." [28JUN2003]

MONTALVO, PNC(SW/AW) Nelson Retired nmojax@comcast.net "...I served with VP-40 (PN2) from 1987 to 1991, NAS Norfolk, Virginia from 1991 to 1995, VFA-82 (PN1) at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida with two deployment on two different aircraft carriers (USS America CV-66 and USS George Washington CVN-73), NAS Key West, Florida (PNC) from 1998 to 2002, USS Underwood FFG-36 at NS Mayport, Jacksonville, FL from 2002 to 2005, Base Police NAS Oceana, Virginia Beach, Virginia and retired after 21 years of active service. I now reside in Jacksonville, Florida..." [15JUN2009]

MOTES, Paul NASCARMOTES@AOL.COM "...I served with VP-50 from 1974 to 1977. I worked in the Airframe Shop and later was a second mech. with the Un-Crew 7. Most everyone knew me as Motes or P.W. Would like to hear from my old friends..." [12NOV2001]

MOTTERN, AD2 Bill billandlena@tds.net "...I was assigned to ATU-700, a PBM Squadron, at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from October 1952 until November 1955. Was ADAN on arrival, and was assigned to Engine Buildup crew. Was later in stud crew, and lastly in SNB crew. Was aboard PBM #004 when it crashed in Corpus Christi Bay September. 10 1954. Would enjoy hearing from any old Shipmates. Was AD2 when discharged in November 1955..." [14MAY2003]

MOTTERN, AW1 Carl Retired Shipmate Pix VP-8 1980 Shipmate Pix VP-93 1994 cfmottern@yahoo.com "...I was an SS-3 from 1979 to my retirement as a reserve AW1 in Febuary 1996. I garaduated from VP-30 as the last east coast BRAVO SS-3 student from where I went to VP-8 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. Flew with CAC 1/2 from 79 to 11-81 when I transferred to NRD Buffalo s a recruiter. Bailed out from there and reupped as a reserve with VP-93 where I flew in some of VP-8s' old "B"s. When VP-93 decommed in in 1994 I went to VP-64 at NAS JRB Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from where I retired in February 96. Prior to VP I had beemn a rotor head with HS-15 and a T.A.D. stint in HS-1. With HS-15 I deployed on board USS Ameica and Independence. Would love to hear from old friends in all old units..." [E-Mail Updated 01FEB2005 | PIX ADDED 26FEB2000 | 27OCT99]

MOTTL, AT1 Steve steven.j.mottl@boeing.com "...I served with VP-23 from early 1977 to December 1980 (AIMD). Participated in two deployments to NS Rota, Spain and NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [17DEC2004]

MOTZ, Walter R. dickmotz@comcast.net "...I flew the PB4Y out of NAS Columbus, Ohio in the late 50's. Was assigned to VP-692 as Plane Captin of Aircraft # 206..." [E-Mail Updated 09FEB2005 | 24SEP99]

MOULDEN, LT(jg) Bobby F. Retired bobbymoulden@icloud.com "...I served with VP-16 (1964-1966), VP-1 (1967), VX-1 (1968-1970), VP-47 (1970-1976), COMmander, PATrol WINGS PACific (COMPATWINGSPAC) Tactical Training Team (TTT) and Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational TRAining GroUP, PACific Fleet (FASOTRAGRUPAC) until retirement. I would love to hear from any old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 20MAY2015 | E-Mail Updated 14MAR2009 | 29SEP98]

MOULIN, AWC "Dick" Retired rmoulin@ctel.net "...VP-18, VP-8, VPU-1, Special Projects, NATC ASW Test, CPWL, Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5), FAETUPAC NAS Whidbey Island, Washington-- Retired '80, 5600 P-3 Flight hrs, 2024 P2 Flight hrs. Qualified Aircrew P2/P3/WV-1/F3D/F4H -- and got 1 ride in a blimp just before it decomissioned. Duty Assignments: - NAS Glynco/USNAVCIC Scol, '60-'62 - USS Saratoga, VA-36 Roadrunners, Cuban crisis ' '62, Med '63 - USS Enterprise, VA-66, Med '64, Operation Sea Orbit '64 - VP-18 Crew 7&1, (Roos Rds/Gitmo/DOMREP), '65-'67 - FAETUPAC NAS Whidbey Island, Washington '68-'70 Weapons System Test (WST) & Non-Acoustic Instructor - VP-8 '70-'74, SS1, Crew 12, "The Tale of the Tiger" - Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5) Special Projects (Old Buzzards), '74-'75. Senior Acoustic Inel Analyst/Operator - Naval Air Test Center, ASW Directorate, P-3 Test. Acoustic Projects Test Chief, P-3 Skeds Officer '75-'78...Tech Evals; AQA-7 (3V), P-3 Super B, P3C UD1, 2, 2.5, UYS-1, SLOT, SS Operator interactive displays. Flight Evals; Super B, UD 1, 2, 2.5, UYS-1, IRDS. Omega Nav, Interactive Displays, TSCCS, Link 11. Factory Acceptance: IRDS, UD 2.5, 14B44, UYS-1. (Yep, you can blame most of the things used in current P-3's on me and the other guys at NATC/ASW/P-3 Test in the late '70's). - Special Projects (Old Buzzards) Senior Acoustic Operator '78-'80 - Retired 1980 -Vitro Corp, SOS Bath, '80-'83, programmer FFG-7 project - Summit Research Corp, COMPATWINGSLANT '83-'94 Tactical Information Management System, Site Manager/ Technology Advisor/ AIRDAS Project Manager/ NATO MPA Data & Programming Standards Committee/CNO ISAR Data Base Manager - LL Bean, Freeport, Maine, '95-pres. Customer Service representative/newhire,rehire training. Comments: From a position of semi retirement I'll say that I throughly enjoyed my 34 years of association with the airdale Navy. Most enjoyable was my time as an aircrewmember, and as a civilian at CPWL. A number of us retired in the Brunswick area, so I still see a lot of old Shipmates from CPWL, VP-8 and Special Projects. I remain fairly current on VP issues through the VPI magazine, and my son-in-law, who is an active duty chief presently assigned to the "Buzzards". Good luck &, "keep flying 'em safe"..." [07APR98]

MOULTRIE, AKC Jenny AKCJenny@aol.com "...I served with VA-305 ('79-'82) and VP-65 ('82-'85) at NAS Point Mugu, California, VP-90 ('85-'89) at NAS Glenview, Illinois. Transferred to NARCEN NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii ('89-'92). (Was TDRL '92-'96) Currently stationed at MMF-H, NAS New Orleans, Louisiana, retiring in March '99. Looking forward to hearing from fellow Shipmates..." [01FEB99]

MOURA, AMHC Tony tmoura@culligan.com "...I served aboard VP-90 from Jan 75 to Jun of 80. Also VP-65 NAS Point Mugu, California, CRPWP NAS Moffett Field, California and retired at NAS Atlanta, Georgiain...oops VR-46. I hang my head. Has anyone heard anything of AMS? Doug (BED REST) Edwards? I'd really like to hear from him. Or anyone else from that vintage..." [24DEC98]

MOZEY, Len MOZ6264@aol.com "...I was in VP-815 in Minneapolis, Minnesota--Plane Captain on a P-2 in the mid-60's..."

MOYE, Frederick V. fredsanvil@suddenlink.net "...Served with Crazy Cat's/1st Radio Research Company at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam (1969) Was NCOIC of Electronic Maintenance. (Mission Gear) Was also on flight status, flew many missions as the Maintenace Tech. More than once I had to crawl into the bomb bay to replace and repair equipment there as well as the nose. This was very scarry for army guy that had not flew much prior to arriving in country. I also am guilty of screwing up some in flight meals I prepared. Lived in the Chief's barracks. The Navy Chief's treated this old army sergeant well and taught me how to party. We had some great times in the Chief's Lounge. Take care and God Bless all that served with Crazy Cat. Sergeant Major Retired..." [28JAN2009]

MOYE, AX Tim tim.moye@delta.com "...I was in VP-90 in 1989-1990 and worked in the AX shop. I would love to hear from any of you guys that remember me and If anyone has any info on Dave "Musclehead" Moyers. I would love to get in touch with him again. Also, Gary "spidermonkey" Bunch, where are you? Go Lions..." [07FEB2006]

MOYER, Allen AMOYER2222@aol.com"... am looking for info re: VP-9 of NAS Moffett Field in 1970-72...."

MOYER, Ralph D. farmhouse2002@ckt.net "...I served with AEWBarRonPac (04/1960-08/1962)..." [05FEB2015]

MOYER, Terry LEXTDM@worldnet.att.net "...ACW assigned to VW-13 and VW-11 in 1957-58..." [20FEB98]


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