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Memorial Picture "...MUCHOW, ADJ2 Henry John "Mooch"...MUCHOW, Henry John passed away on 25 May 2010 and was laid to rest at the South Florida National Cemetery at Lake Worth, FL. Known to some as "Mooch" and to others as "Hank", Henry Muchow served in VP-4 from 1965 - 1968 as an ADJ2..." Contributed by Larry Hames (VP-4 Veterans Assn Database Manager) database@vp4association.com [27NOV2010]

Memorial Picture "...MULKINS, AMM2C Willam D. "Billy"...My father passed in 1979. He served in the Pacific with the VPB-108 and VPB-200. He with VPB-108 when they flew PB4Y-1's. My Dad always had a smile on his face when he talked about his fellow Combat Aircrew members and the missions they flew. I have his leather flight jacket with his name and the unit insignia painted on patch. It's "Bugs Bunny, VPB-108 painted on a red circle back ground and under Bug's it say's "What's up Doc". I even have a tube radio he built and used out in the Pacific. He shipped it home to Miss. It still works. The wooden shipping box still has his unit address on it, VPB-108. I would love to share the memories and photos and to fill in the blanks with his Combat Aircrew Members. Thank you. William Mulkins prussiansrule@aol.com..." [26JUN2007]

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Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...MURDOCH, AMCS Lynn K...(VC-1, VP-4, VP-22, VR-21 and VU-1) - Lynn K. Murdoch, 75. of Cavite City, Philippines, formerly of Cochranton, Pa, passed away from heart failure on Aug. 17, 2017. Born Nov. 27, 1941, in Meadville, Pa., Lynn was the youngest son of Clarence and Lillian (Anthony) Murdoch. He graduated in 1959 from Cochranton High School, he joined the Navy for a career. After many years he retired to live in the Philippines. Survivors include his wife, Tita, in Cavite City, a son, Shawn in Japan, 1 granddaughter, Sherilynn, in Indianapolis, IN. and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, 4 sisters and 2 brothers. Private Funeral services were held in Cavite City on Aug. 22, 2017--per Lynn's wishes, cremation followed. The family requests that material contributions be made to the American Heart Association, or your favorite charity. Send condolences by email to docmurdoch@yahoo.com. Published on August 23, 2017 http://obituaries.meadvilletribune.com/story/lynn-murdoch-1941-2017-967439271...." Contributed by Larry Hames (VP-4 Veterans Assn Database Manager) database@vp4association.com [06SEP2017]

Memorial Picture "...MURPHY, LT E. L. "Lance"...My Father, LT E.L. "Lance" Murphy, passed away in 1999. Dad served with VPB-110 and flew the PB4Y. He talked often of LT Joe Kennedy and Admiral Reedy. Apparently he knew both. I would like to hear from anyone who may have known my Father..." Contributed by James Murphy enjoyingsouthfla@gmail.com [22FEB2012]

Memorial Picture "...MURPHY, CDR George A Shipmate PixCirca 1953...Regretfully announcing the January 21, 2007, passing of a dear father and 50 year husband to my mother, CDR George A. Murphy, Retired, who formally served in VP-42, VP-18, and VW-11 in the late 50's and early 60's, as well as being assigned to two tours on the U.S.S. Bon Homme Richard in the very early 70's. We will always love you. Inquiries may be sent to me...Glen A. Murphy gmurphyesq@hotmail.com..." [22JAN2007]

Memorial Picture "...MURPHY, LT(jg) Ray D...My Father, LT(jg) Ray D. Murphy, passed away in 2008. Dad served with ATU-501 from 1954 to 1956. I would like to hear from anyone that served with my Father..." Contributed by Kathryn Murphy Alexander jandkalexander@earthlink.net [04JUL2009]

Memorial Picture "...MUSE, LT Ken...FAETULANT 1953 - 1956 time frame passed away in Orlando, FL last month. Ken was a pilot. The first time I met him he was in ASW School and he was the pilot of the R4D that had a MAD Boom in the tail. He flew us out and we practiced operation of the MAD equipment while Ken flew the clover leave pattern over the Submerged Sumarine we were working with. The next time I saw Ken I was stationed in NAS Key West, FL as the Naval Training Device Center On Station Rep 1963. There was six TechReps working out of his office on contracts with NTDC. Ken was still there when I left in 1966. In 1968 when I transferred from MCAS Beaufort, SC to NAS Glynco, Georgia. Ken Muse was On Station Rep there for a year or so until he transferred to Naval Training Device Center, Orlando, FL. where he retired with over thirty years Government Service..." Contributed by KOONTS, AT2 Billy billkoonts@aol.com [22SEP2001]

Memorial Picture "...MUSSELLWHITE, AE3 Jim...Rest in peace AE3 Jim Mussellwhite. Almost 49 years since you spun in at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. In the spring of 1964 you and I hung out at the Hickory House bar in Lexington Park, Md. At that time we were both in VP-49 and had good fun shooting pool at Hickory House. I remember that you said that you wanted to move closer to family members in NAS Jacksonville, Florida (VP-45) iI deployed to NAS Bermuda and then you were gone but not forgotten airdale bud. Best regards to family and friends..." Contributed by CRAWFORD, Jack "JC" airdale03@aol.com [12NOV2013]


MUCK, AT3 Kenneth L. lfkl1968@brightok.net "... I served with VP-7 1964-1966, as a radio operator on crew Five. Under Cdr. Zaborniak. Would appreciate hearing from old ship mates..."

MUCKLE, AMS1 Ronald ronmuckle@gmail.com "...I served with VP-56 (1983-1985) and flew as a FE. I am trying to Locate AD2 Cato, AD2 Hester and AD2 Peoples. We made an emergency landing at an Air Force Base in North or South Carolina in 1985. Engine fire Number 4 engine. One or two of these three was the CDI that came up from Jax to make the repair to get us going. I need to talk with them or any body that remembered the incident. Thanks very much..." [BIO Updated 11FEB2014 | 25SEP2012]

MUELLER, Bill sangleykid@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-42 from 1966-1968. NS Sangley Point, Philippines, Saigon and MCAS Iwakuni, Japan - the best times of my life. NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (no comment). Does anyone know the whereabouts of Tom Yuengling, Jim Bynum or Lt. Bruce Bergondy?..." [31OCT2001]

MUELLER, ATN2 Cliff B. buzz@lanset.com "...I served with VP-721 from 1961 to 1967. I was the Flight Communicator in Crew 2. Our PPC was CDR Don Batchelder and my Plane Captian was ADR1 Gene Siemeck. VP-721 was called to duty for the Cuban missle crissis. We back filled patrol duty for VP-24 that was deployed to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba..." [16APR2004]

MUELLER, Gary chiefbubba@att.net "...Looking for VP-48 WestPac "71" members of my crew or anyone that remembers me. I was the FE in crew #1. CO was George Phillips, Pilots Mike Bower and Jeffrey Pier, 2nd. Mec. was Barry Kracht. Other crew members were Tom Burke, Dave Ploettner, Steven Loy, Sandar Wilson, Jake Axtman, Bill Fitspatrick, and T. McCormack. Records have been lost by Bureau and need verification for VA to prove exposure to Agent Orange. Thanks..." [11MAY2003]

MUELLER, CAPTAIN Jim Retired jimueller@aol.com "...I was the VP-10 "AI" in 1964-65. Made part of a NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment and then a Key West Det. Any Squadron mates from that era?..." [15JUL98]

MUELLER, Wallace "Wally" wjmueller67@gmail.com "...I served with VT-7 (08/1965-09/1967) at NAAS Meridian, VP-8 (09/1967-06/1969) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [26OCT2017]

MUENCH, Bill muenchw001@hawaii.rr.com "...I was an AX1 in VP-891 (Sand Point, Seattle) from 1960 to 1968. I was with the first class of ready reservists thru the 6month/8year program and training at Memphis. I was the ASW tech in skipper Cmdr Bob Milholland's bird, 7T-201. Co-pilot was Wayne Cottingham..." [22JAN99]

MUFFETT, AT Jim muff@atcnet.net "...I was an AT at NAS Oceana (VU-2) from 1961 to 1963. Worked with Tim Sullivan, Don Klobe, Yogi Strang and Duane Rousch..." [15MAR2006]

MUIR, CDR Greg "Big Daddy" gmuir@cox.net "...I began my VP career after serving as a Surface Warfare Officer onboard USS Estocin (FFG-15) and USS Lexington (AVT-16). I completed tours in VP-24, CPW-11, and VP-16. I am currently the Senior Naval Advisor to the Commander of HQ NORAD Western Sector at McChord AFB, WA. I am slated for the Safety Officer job onboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70). I report to Carl Vinson in May 99...Currently am completing assignment as Safety Officer in USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). Will report to next assignment, Naval Safety Center, in May 2001. VP was the best, Smakum-Yakum! - Completed my tour at the Naval Safety Center in June 04...transferred to CTF-84 in June 04 and am now serving as the N5...back in ASW, my new job has me running the Atlantic Fleet ASW Exercise Smart Search..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 20JAN2005 | BIO Updated 02FEB2001 | 22MAY98]

MULCAHY, Michael J. (Mickey Moe) moero146@aol.com "...I served with VP-42 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1964 to December 1966. I was trying to locate some of the guys..." [10FEB2004]

MULDOON, ME3 Bob rjmuldoon1@aol.com "...I was stationed at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from l956 to 1957 as a ME3 and Hardhat diver. I dated a gal named Florence Lamb. Her and her family lived in Placentia Bay. They owned a small store/gas station. I have some wonderful memories of my time served there. Anyone having any info on the Lamb family I would love to hear from you. I remember one of the girls married a flyboy in 1956/1957 then moved to Philly I think..." [27NOV2003]

MULFORD, ATC Matthew E. vp62maint@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-62 from 84-88 as a Radio Operator/IFT. One of the first qualified in the updateIIIs as IFT. VP-MAU NAS Brunswick, Maine 88-91. VP-62 91-97. VP-64 97- current, still flying..." [E-Mail Updated 05JUN2005 | E-Mail Updated 03MAY99 | 12MAR98]

MULHOLLAND, RM2 Howard hmmul@aol.com "...I served in VP-45 from December 1968 until April 1971. Flew with several crews in Operation Market Time out of NS Sangley Point, Philippines, U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. Also deployed with VP-45 Red Darters to NS Rota, Spain and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Even though I was by rating a "black shoe", I will forever be a "brown shoe" aircrewman..." [07FEB2006]

MULHOLLAND, AN Mitchell mulhollandmt35cm@gmail.com "...I served with VP-49 (1963-1965) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I worked in AIO..." [BIO Updated 13MAR2017 | 11JUL2016]

MULICH, AWC Nick Retired nicknjax@gmail.com "...I entered the navy February 1958. After completing AE "A" school, my first assignment was Service Test at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from November 1958 through November 1960. I attended S3H factory school and was transferred to VP-5 in April 1961. I was assigned to Crew 11 for the NS Rota, Spain/ NAS Keflavik, Iceland split deployment. VP-5 was was heavily involved in the Cuban crisis. I departed the Navy in February 1963 to work for TWA at the KC overhaul Plant. In October 1965 I returned to the Navy as an AX2 after completing "A" school. I was then sent to NAS North Island, San Diego, California for assignment with VP-50 after completing P5M Maintenance schools. I was in VP-50 from January 1967 through April 1969. I checked in 8 days after the P5M crashed. As an AX2, I was assigned to P5M Crew 5 until we transitioned to the P-3A at NAS Moffett Field, California. As an AX1 I was assigned to Crew 12 and remained there until transfer to "B" school. I changed rates to AW while attending "B" school and was assigned to VP-23 from January 1970 through January 1973. For 3 months I was the only enlisted qualified Aircrewman. I passed the AWC test and was transferred to Naval Air Development Center Warminster until June 1973 when I was selected for ADCOP at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. After ADCOP, I was transferred to VP-49 from April 1975 through October 1977. My final tour was NTEC Orlando where I led the factory acceptance team for the 14B44 and Weapons System Test (WST) trainers. I retired in December 1980 and now live in Jacksonville..." [E-Mail Updated 14APR2009 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 14NOV99]

MULKEY, ATCS "Sam" jsm_35@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-30 (twice), VP-45, VP-8 and VQ-2. Retired out of VP-30 and I am currently enjoying life as a P-3 NATEC Tech Rep in sunny NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Love to hear from some old friends...." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 25SEP2010 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 16SEP2002 | 16JUN99]

MULLANE, RAME1 obert Retired rmullane@mci2000.com "...Served in VP-24 from 1976 to 1986. Made serveral NAS Bermuda and Iceland trips. Went to VP-1 in 1989 and found a place worse than Iceland for snow NAS Adak, Alaska and Japan! Drop a line if ya want..." [25FEB98]

MULLEN, Joe P. c/o his son Mike Mullen Live2Brew@aol.com "...My father, Joe P. Mullen, was a member of VPB 117, Crew 10, stationed on Tinian and Leyte October 1944 to June 1945. I am looking for info/pictures of his plane Ready, Willing, and Able. I believe the S/N was 38739 and it crashed on Feb 11 at Hammer Field on Mindora. Any information on the plane or squadron would be greatly appreciated..."

MULLEN, Joe joemullen1@comcast.net "...I was in VP-44 around 1950-1953. I was crew on the PBM and the first P5M's as an AO. Haven't really kept involved with the past but I can say that my times with VP-44 were very enjoyable and I do remember the NAS Bermuda runs..." [E-Mail Updated 27APR2002 | E-Mail Updated 16APR2002 | 13JAN98]

MULLEN, Lawrence R. C/O His Son davem@eurekanet.com "...My Dad, Lawrence R. Mullen, was a Radioman/Aerial Gunner with VPB-124..." [28APR2001]

MULLEN, RM3 Mike michael-mullen@webtv.net "...I was attached to CPW-5 from 1974 to 1976. I was an RM3 before I was transferred to the USS Nitro AE-23. My very best years in the Navy were when I was stationed in NAS Brunswick, Maine. After I got out of the Navy I became a Deputy Sheriff in Bath, Sagadahoc County. I left the Sheriffs Department and went to General Electric Aircraft Engines manufacturing in Lynn, MA until I injured my back and was forced to retire. I also worked at the communications center and the tactical support center on the main base. If anyone out there remembers me it would be great to hear from you. I also played on the Operations/Communications Softball Team with guys like, Bullen, Pullen and Steve Orell. I hope to hear from someone sometime. Best of luck to all..." [14OCT2005]

MULLEN, Mike "Moon" michmull@erols.com "...Flew in VP-8 (62-65), VP-10 (65-67), VP-30 (69-72), VP-45 (72-76), VX-1 (76-78) and back to VP-8 (78-79). Love to hear from those who may remember me..." [22MAY98]

MULLEN, Paul (Moon) moonmull74@aol.com "...Served with VP-55, VP-56, and VP-74 from March'41 to late'42. Would appreciate any correspondence with squadron mates at that time. Also VPB-305, VP-201 same applies, '43 to'45. I would appreciate any information as to whereabouts of Aviation Machinists Mate 2nd Class Bob Stuart..." [13SEP2000]

MULLEN, AT2 Phil mull968@live.com "...I served with VP-23 (11/1957-12/1960) and flew with CDR T. H. BROWN (Crew-1) as 1st Technician. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 05APR2014 | E-Mail Updated 04NOV2009 | E-Mail Updated 04FEB2006 | E-Mail Updated 18SEP2002 | 04JAN2002]

MULLEN, LCDR Steven W. Retired swmullen@fedex.com "...I served with VP-45 (1969-1972) as AWAN-AW2, VP-45 (1974-1976) as AW2, VP-30 (1976-1979) as AW2/AW1, VP-45 (1979-1982) as AW1/AWC/LDO, USS Saratoga (CVA-60) (1982-1984) as ASW Module Officer, COMOCEANSYSPAC (COSP) (1985-1988) as Current Ops Officer, COMPATWING TWO (1988-1990) as ASWOC Officer, USS Ranger (CV-61) (1990-1992) as ASW Module Officer, ASUW Module Watch Officer/CDC Watch Officer (Desert Storm), NATTC NAS Millington, Tennessee TN AW 'A" School Officer/Avionics Department Head (1992-1995) and retired in 1995 after 25 years. Have been on corporate staff at FedEx Express past 18 years and retiring in June 2013. Moving to central Florida. Did 9 deployments during my 3 tours with VP-45 (exact dates escape me right now); NS Rota, Spain, NAS Sigonella, Sicily (5), NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and NAS Bermuda..." [13FEB2013]

MULLEN, Tom tmullsey@aol.com "...I served with VP-7 (01/1964-01/1966) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1964), NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1965/1966). I flew as co-pilot and then as PPC of Crew-12 (P2V5F and SP2H). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [13AUG2013]

MULLER, AE3 Bill bmuller509@comcast.net "...I served with VP-7 from 1963 to December 1966 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I had some great times with Beeland, Hamilton, Lenz, "Bobby bootcamp", Shackleford, Art Nyblin and others. I would like to hear from all former Shipmates..." [01JUL2011]

MULLENEAUX, AX2 Jerry N. jnmx@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-42 from November 1962 to May 1966. We started with the P5M and transitioned to P2. I flew as 1st Tech on Crew 10 (The Nightfighters) and Crew 7 with the XO Saigon in 1964. I just missed fatal flight of Crew 8 on 08 SEP 64. I have been to the wall but couldnt go to it, some memories just hurt too much. Best wishes to all of my Shipmates..." [23DEC2006]

MULLER, Donald dnmllr196@aol.com "...I'AM LOOKING FOR FRIENDS THAT WERE STATIONED IN NAS Kodiak, Alaska 1958-1959 WE WORKED ON #O /OO C-119 AIRCRAFT I WAS A ANAE AT THAT TIME. I THEN WAS TRANSFERED TO VR-8 AT NAS Moffett Field, California IN 1959 THEN WAS TRANSFERED TO VR-7 ON FLIGHT STATIS AS A ANAE LEFT SGD. LATE 1961 XMAS. WOULD LIKE TO FIND OR HEAR FROM FELLOW SAILORS THAT I FLEW WITH..." [BIO Updated 31JUL2010 | BIO Updated 20MAY2009 | 02MAR2003]

MULLER, AD2 Michael mjmuller@charter.net "...I served with VP-19 from November 1974 to June 1978. I was aboard for the NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, NAS Adak, Alaska and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan deployments. I got out as an AD2, and worked in check crew and power plants shop. After leaving the Navy, got my A&P Certificate, and have been working on a/c ever since. Specifically helicopters since 1981. Kept in touch with a couple of guys, lost touch with a couple also..." [11JAN2004]

MULLIGAN, ADJC Charles Retired camull916@msn.com "...Served at COMFAIR NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1965 to 1967. I was an instuctor at the Career Counselling School at this time (ADR2). I'm interesting in hearing from AMS1 Tom Thompson, AMSC Weakley and PN1 Darrel Brock. That was some good liberty at the "QI" (Embers Lounge - The Red Barn). I also tended Bar at the Acey Duce at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, Acey Duce at Davisville, and the Officer's Club at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. In 1967 I left for VP-24 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where I made ADJ1 in the Aircraft Division and flew as 2nd Engineer. In 1971 I was assigned to NAVAIR NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where I made ADJC in 1972. I managed MRC's for A4/A7 Airframe/Engines. In 1974 I was assigned to VAW-126 aboard the USS Constellation. I retired in 1977. God Bless America..." [28SEP2004]

MULLIGAN, Mike navyat1ret@aol.com "...I served in VQ-1 from 1988-1990..."

MULLIN, AO1 Bill Retired "...I've been retired for a little more than a year now. I DO MISS THE GREAT TIMES AT VP-65 and wish all the very best!! Drop Patty and I a line at 116 Outlook Rd, Marshfield, MA 02050. Way to go new Chief Petty Officer (ASC and YNC!!) Keep them up and bomb the hell out of em!..." [12OCT98]

MULLINAX, ATC John take@yahoo.com "...I served VP-3 (1952-1954, VP-56 (1957-1960) and VP-24 (1964-1967)..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 27NOV2014 | 26DEC2012]

MULLINS, PR3 Herman "Tex" a1grumpy@sbcglobal.net "...Joined the Navy in September 1956. NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey-NAS Hutchinson, Kansas for AP School in NAS Norman, Oklahoma - NAS Patuxent River, Maryland to VW-15 1957 thru 60. Many tour to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada in the Parachute Loft. From there I was stationed at McGuire A F Base 1960 thru 1962 on to VS-31 MATS in the Parachute Loft. Then to VR-6 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island 1962-1964 in the Parachute Loft. I was discharged in March of 1964. Live back in Texas since then. Married 4 children plus 8.5 Grandchildren. Member of and active in several RV Clubs..." [26JAN2009]

MULLINS, AMS2 Robert robertmullins@lycos.com "...I was with VP-6 from 71-75. I have seen several names I remember well Price, Ski and a few others. Randy Cade and I keep in touch from time to time (Photo Lab). I have tried to locate a few others with little success so maybe someone I know will get back to me. It would be great to hear from some of the crew that was there when I was. If anyone knows where Yvan Duranleau (AJ) is please let me know. We all sure had some times. I still have cruse books from 1971-72 PI. and 1972-73 NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan deployments..." [03NOV2000]

MULLINS, Steve tex4me@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-17 from 1969-1972 . Tore me up. Loved every minute of the Navy and VP-17..." [E-Mail Updated 25JAN2003 | 07AUG2000]

MULL, LT James E. james_mull@verizon.net "...I served with VP-42 (1967-09/1969) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines / NAF Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam (1967) and NS Sangley Point, Philippines / NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam (1968)..." [17JAN2015]

MULLOY, CDR Steve Retired stevemulloy@gmail.com "...I served with VP-68 prior to its disestablishment. I am currently a Pilot for United Airlines..." [E-Mail Updated 04JAN2009 | 07NOV2001]

MUMAW, Doug pushrod@comcast.net "...I served with VP-47 from early 1963 to 1965 and crewed with "Seashell 6". Would like to whereabouts of PJ Curtis, last known address in Eugene, OR..." [E-Mail Updated 20DEC2007 | 30JUL2002]

MUND, Joe Retired j_mund@msn.com "...I served with VP-1 from 1984 to 1988, FASO NAS Moffett Field, California from 1988 to 1992, VP-1 from 1992 to 1997, Presidential Honor Guard from 1997 to 2000 and VP-1 from 2000 to 2003, retired wearing the same patch I started with. Currently working in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for Titan, still doing SS-3 stuff and still shooting..." [26JUL2005]

MUNDAY, AT2 Tom thommunday@att.net "...I served with VP-34 ( NAS Trinidad, British West Indies) from 1952 to 1954. I was AT-2 that flew as radioman on EC-10, EC-12 and EC-4. I really enjoyed my tour of duty with VP-34 and if they could have agreed to give me the same duty for next 16 years I probably would have shipped over. After being discharged in 1954 I lost contact with all those great Shipmates. Hoping I find some contacts on this web site..." [E-Mail Updated 04MAR2009 | E-Mail Updated 30JUL2002 | 16AUG2000]

MUNGO, John jmungo@pirnie.com "...Served with RVAW-120 in Hawkeye Country, NAS Norfolk, Virginia '79-'80. Introduced to VP community during '81 @ AIMD NAS Keflavik, Iceland. VP-23 1/82 - 8/83 as AZ2 in Maintenance Control / Logs @ Records. Made NS Rota, Spain/Lajes '82 & NAS Bermuda '83 detachments. Many great memories during my tour...When VP-23 was decommisioned 2/95, where did all the Seahawk LJ's go ? 160666, 160767-769, 161000, 161002-161005. Best to all my old Shipmates. Happy New Year to all..." [02JAN98]

MUNOZ, Ruben "CHEECH" fireman318rm@webtv.net "...I was in VQ-2 from '82-'85. I flew The Whale for three years. I still remember some of the close calls we had. Those were some great times that'll I'll never forget. I now am a firefighter in Los Angeles,CA. "WHALES FOREVER" Drop me a line if you want to talk about the old days..." [27JUL2000]

MUNSCH, Kirk kmunsch@lsipax.com "...AW2 1980 - 1983..."

MUNSELLE, David R. charliejbard@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VQ-2 (01/1960-05/1962) as the MA1 in charge of the Ground Data Reduction Center (GDRC). CDR Paul Halpin was CO. Flew as crew in several A3D-2Q's and aboard as crew on WV-2Q's. Mainained computer programs and operation of compouter that reduced data returned from aircraft missions. Lived in VQ-2 barracks and was active in after hours recreation programs (volleyball and go-carts). Many great memories..." [03MAY2012]

MUNSEY, AMSAN Bruce A. "Barnacle Butch" barnaclebutch@gmail.com "...I served with VP-50 (09/1976-11/1979) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NAF Misawa, Japan (09/1976-03/1977 and 03/1978-09/1978) and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan (04/1979-10/1979). I Worked in the Airframes Shop, mostly night shift. I was the small guy that always had to crawl through the wings and fix fuel leaks, or crawl up into the empanage and change a flight control hydraulic boost pack, and do Daily Inspections and tire changes in the dark and snow at NAF Misawa, Japan. I also was the Brake Rider when performing "Snow Removal" duty. I never flew except to go on R & R, just a ground pounder metalsmith, but it was good! I still live in Portland, OR where I came from. I would like to hear from former Shipmates...." [19OCT2011]

MUNSON, PNC Richard L. sfbsir5@aol.com "...I served with VQ-1 from April 1972 through January 1978 - best 6 years in the Navy..." [26APR2006]

MURDOCH, Lynn K. lmurdoch@pldtdsl.net "...I served with VR-21 ("Pineapple Airlines" C-130 Maintenance Company) from 1972 to 1976, VU-1 / VC-1 (two tours), VP-22 from 1979 to 1983, and VP-4 from 1986 to 1989. VR-21 was by and far the best..." [E-Mail Updated 20JUN2004 | 24JUL2002]

MURDOCH, ADJ3 Robert yagi_man520@yahoo.com "...I served with VQ-3 (1972-1974) at NAS Agana, Guam. I worked as Line Supervisor, Maintenance (Engine Shop), Operations Yeoman and AIMD..." [27JUL2011]

MURDOCK, ADR2 Alan N. alan.murdock@verizon.net "...I entered the 8 year USNR-R program in June of 1956 and was sworn in at NAS Seattle, Washington and attended a 90 day boot camp at that station between my junior and senior year of high school. During high school I was assigned to VA-891 at NAS Seattle, Washington and hitched many rides in AD5N Skyraiders. After graduation from high school I was sent to Class A school at NAS Oakland, California for Aviation Machinist Mate Radial (ADR) rating. Following completion of training and attaining the rating of ADR3 I returned to NAS Seattle, Washington and joined VP-892. Due to a shortage of air crew radar operators I voluntered for radar school and was sent to NAS Los Alamitos, California for one month of training flying PB4Y's. I returned to VP-892 as an aircrew radar operator. In February of 1957 I moved to California and joined VP-871 at NAS Oakland, California and flew one year there as a 2nd mech and radar operator in P2V5's. I returned to VP-892 in March 1958 as an ADR2 in order to attend the University of Washington and continued to fly P2 V5's as 2nd mech and radar aircrewman augmenting Fleet ASW missions on weekends. At the conclusion on my enlistment, graduation from the U of W I was able to convert to the only P2V6 assigned to VP-892. I would very much like to hear from any other VP-892 or VP-871 shipmates that may have served between June of 1955 and June of 1963..." [21OCT2009]

MURGO, Stephen smmsurvey@cox.net "...I served with VP-31 (Maintenance Yeoman) at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1965 to 1967. It was VP-31 Det A when I first got there with the main squadron being in NAS North Island, San Diego, California, then it was all moved to NAS Moffett Field, California as a traing squadron. We had P-3As, P-3Bs and 1 P-3C. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09MAY2011]

MURKEN, AX2 Walter "Walt" dodlawman@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-6 (1970-1973) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 13NOV2014 | 24DEC98]

MURNANE, Ed MURNANEED@AOL.COM "...I was a brand new Ensign assigned to VP-3 in 1953. We served in NAS Keflavik, Iceland and Greenland in 1954 and 1955. We left a crew in a Glacier in Iceland in 1954 that emerged in a farmer's field around 1978. We later became VAH-1. I'd love to get in touch with anyfrom from VP-3 during that period. I saw Neil Nokes name in the VAH-1 portfolio. I remember him well. There must be others!..." [03NOV99]

MURPHEY, J. H. Jr. jmurphey@longview.net "...Flew as radioman in VP-23 from Feb'48 to Jan'49 as a member of crew3. I remember well the flights to BW1 via GooseBay and the fog at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. Does anyone know if you still have to worry about Mae West's anatomy on the approach from the bay? Just curious. Would love to hear from anyone who served in VPHL-3/VP-23 at NAS A/C, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada or NAS Patuxent River, Maryland---VP-21, VP-24, VP-26, and VP-26 (I think) were all at A/C before the change from A/C to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [19JUL98]

MURPHREY, CWO3 Mike Retired mmurphrey@cfl.rr.com "...I served with VP-47 1977 to 1979, when it was located at NAS Moffett Field, California. I was in the AIO shop as a second-class Intelligence Specialist. Made deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan (twice)and just missed the deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska. I retired from the Navy in 1989 as a CWO W-3. I would like to hear from those that served during that time..." [18MAR2002]

MURPHY, Dave truckndave@roadrunner.com "...I served with VP-26 (08/1985-11/1990)..." [23SEP2011]

MURPHY, Dean Thomas murfdog1@bellsouth.net "...I was in VAW-114 From 88-91, last one still in I beleive..." [02FEB2007]

MURPHY, CDR George A. Retired Murphycdr@aol.com "...Served in VP-42, VP-18, and VW-11 in the early 60's. Any Reunion information would be appreciated..." See History [E-Mail Updated 27AUG2002 | E-Mail Updated 24MAR2002 | E-Mail Updated 28AUG98 | 22MAY98]

MURPHY, ADC(AW) Glen Retired makoa87745@acninc.net "...I served in VP-6 (90-decom), VP-4 (84-87 and 92-95) and at WINGSPAC (95-99) all at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Would like to hear from all lads and women I served with. I have my own business now and would like offer my services to all my Shipmates. To everyone still on active duty, keep up the great job and remember "IF" is in the middle of "LIFE"..." [22SEP2000]

MURPHY, ETN2 Greg ifishgreg@hotmail.com "...I served with VXN-8 (1968-1969) DET WesPac (VIETNAM) working on the backend Radio and TV equipment. So far seven of us former Project Jenny crew memebers have connected looking to hear from other crew members. I am espically interest in locating John Vito, Les Shetler, and John Carney if anyone knows their present present location or their hometown I would be grateful in hearing from them..." [E-Mail Updated 02MAY2013 | E-Mail Updated 13AUG2003 | 29JUN99]

MURPHY, AE2 James JamesMurphy2000@cs.com "...Arrived at NAS North Island, San Diego, California the summer of 1962 assigned to VP-48 after training with VP-31. Worked in the electrical shop with TAD to the EBU. Made the trip to the Galapagos on the USS Currituck II (AV-7) and flew back to NAS North Island, San Diego, California on one of the VP-48 Shellbacks. Spent an extra day or two in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas after we put a hole in the hull attaching gear. Also went to NS Sangley Point, Philippines until my discharge in Sept. 1964. I still recall the typhoon and extensive damage to the NS Sangley Point, Philippines and Cavite City. Love to hear from any and all. Would like to re-establish contact with Dwan, Epperson, Marsh and McFarland..." [13JUN2002]

MURPHY, IS3 Jamie 7murphys@bellsouth.net "...I was an IS3 in VP-24 from 1993 to 1995. I was on the last deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Would love to hear from my old softball Shipmates..." [17JAN2007]

MURPHY, John jmurphy@wt.net "...I served with VP-17 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I flew with Crew-1 and Crew-4 (Jez)..." [27SEP2009]

MURPHY, AMM3 John jm5413@earthlink.net "...I was stationed at NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone from 1946-1947 in squadron VP-MS-10 (Redesignated VP-40). I was discharged November 6 1947 at the 16th Naval District in Balboa along with a buddy named Harold Obie. We were to join the Army Air Force at France Field, but at the last minute I backed out and Harold joined. Anyway I have a Mariner/Marlin Association 1998 roster that was lent to me. I have found my old Squadron VPMS10 (Redesignated VP-40) in it..." [27SEP2001]

MURPHY, John murphydad@hotmail.com "...I flew with VP-40 from '94 to '98. I missed the brawl at the Officer's Club but did do three deployments, the last with Jim Robinson and mighty CAC-4. I continued to fly NP-3D's and qualified in a Metroliner at the Weapons System Test (WST) Squadron. Stacy and I have two kids and I'm currently flying with Southwest Airlines. Hope to hear from you!..." [12JUN2001]

MURPHY, CAPTAIN John F. "Murph" murfjfm@msn.com "...Currently the Deputy CoS at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Previously was assigned to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. After being CO of Navy Recruiting District Portland attended the Naval War College. Have had more than my share fun in the VP Navy. Served with VP-49 (1984-1988) and then as an IP with VP-30 (1988-1990), VPU-1 (1990-1993) before switching to the PACFLT and serving with VP-4 as OPSO with a great bunch of folks and then as the last CNAP P-3 Evaluator in Hawaii (1995-1998) before starting to fly desks instead of airplanes with a great tour at RHQ SOUTHLANT in Portugal. Would be happy to hear from any old buds or Shipmates from either coast..." [BIO Updated 01DEC2010 | 06APR2002]

MURPHY, CAPTAIN John S. jmurphy2@earthlink.net "...I served in VP-47 from 1974-77 and VP-65 from 1982-92 with duties at OLF San Nicholas Island, VXE-6 and Pacific Missile Test Center in between. It's been super to have been a VP'er with all the great memories and wonderful friends. Looking forward to seeing old friends at future Reunions. Would love to hear from any former Shipmates. I'm retired now as of 1 Jan 2000. Spending the rest of my days serving our Lord in the Missions field abroad and locally as a hospital chaplain. You may call me at (909) 302-3057 or e-mail me at the below address. I have model airplane contacts in the Philippines that will provide the best quality customized aircraft models of any aircraft at absolutely the lowest prices delivered to your door. This is the same aircraft model maker that we all remember from our good ol' Cubi Point deployments. Remember Mary Tess who operated her business out of the VP Coffee Mess on the NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Flight Line? I'm sad to say that Mary died this past February in Las Vegas but her family carries on her business in the finest Mary Tess tradition. We also do models of any military hardware, trains, motorcycles, cars, etc. God bless you all with fair winds, following seas and happiness in His care..." [08APR2000]

MURPHY, AE Lowell C. lowellcmurphy@drs-pct.com "...I served with both VP-45 and VP-49 at NAS Bermuda (1958-1961) as a crew member followed by AE "B" School..." [16NOV2010]

MURPHY, Margaret margaret.murphy1@navy.mil "...I served with VP-92 (1998 to 2003), Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) atNAS New Orleans, Louisiana, AIMD at NAF Washington, D.C., Fleet Readiness Center (FRC) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania (shut that down due to BRAC), Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey and Commander, Naval Air Forces Reserve in Virginia. Happily retiring in 2014 to move to Illinois with my hubby, AMEC(AW) James PETRUSEK..." [14DEC2012]

MURPHY, AW1 (AW) Mark Retired mdmliberty@comcast.net "...I started out in the Navy in April 1983 and went to basic at San Diego CA. What a difference for a teenager from Iowa. I went on to NAS Miramar, California and went to work at AIMD Power Plants, as ADAA and worked on TF-30's, J79's, J-52's, and eventually was a AD2 night check test cell Sup. 1987 I got out of the Navy after my 4 years. That was a mistake as I went right back in 6 months later. I went to NAS Pensacola, Florida to Aircrew training and then off to NAS Millington, Tennessee to AW "A" School. 1988 now a AW-2 after completion I was off to NAS Jacksonville, Florida for more in depth training, 1989 I went to NAS Moffett Field, California to VP-47 my favorite tour and first taste of a deployment was NAS Adak, Alaska what a dissapointment. 1990 my next deployment was a crew rotation to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan also going to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines what a experience!!. 1991 I was a AW1 and now worked in Operation's at home but did a split tour between NAF Misawa, Japan and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and again to vist many places NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, It was due to close and this was a sad fact my last flight over NAS Cubi Point, Philippines our AFCM actually cried. 1993 I was now off to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii to FASOTRAGRUPACDET HI as a FASO AW Instructor a nice laid back enjoyable tour, Can't beat Hawaii for a duty station. 1996 I stayed in Hawaii and down the road to the hangar VPU-2, this tour was my most fustrating tour as a AW although we did go to many places some hot some cold I'm sure you have seen coverage on CNN. I worked in Operation's again! It was a good ground job untill a certin NFO LCDR phycio took over and I went to A/C Training as a Aircrew Instructor. I left NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and went to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington to Naval Ocean Processing Facility (NOPF) for short, my worst possible tour ever, Weather is well crappy most off the time, and the job at NOPF is mind numbing. DEC 2003 I retired and had a illness that placed me on TDRL for 5 years or untill I get better or if is resolved or other. I say Hello to all I have served a most import the ones I flew with and shared a lot of good and difficult times with. I didn't say how many flight hours I had but was just short of 4500..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 13NOV2006 | 21DEC2003]

MURPHY, AEM3 Paul pjmurphy@centralhouse.net "...Was in VP-HL-2 on Guam. Anyone around from the squadron?..." [10JUN2002]

MURPHY, AWC Raymond F. Retired ray@wiztronics.com "...Joined VP-69 in 1981 as AW1 out of LAMPS community. Served with the Totems till June of 1992 when transferred to ASWOC/TSC NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Thoroughly enjoyed flying as SS3 in the P-3. Retired out of the ASWOC/TSC on 1 November 1992 as an AWC. Will always consider VP-69 to be one of the finest Squadrons I ever served with. And I served with VAH-2, VAH-10 and RVAH-3 as an A3 Crewman. Also served with HSL-31 and HSL-35 as a LAMPS MK1 Sensor/SAR Crewman. Had the honor of being the initial Flight Test Crewman for the SH-60B program back at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in the late seventies..." [14APR2000]

MURPHY, CDR Rich (Murph) NavyBlueLDO@aol.com "...CDR/LDO/active VP-50 1963-1967. I was in VP-GO-JU from 63-67. I was a Metalsmith crewman in Crew One & Seven. I was discharged June 67 and became Production Machinist for Solar Aerospace San Diego. I missed the Navy and came back in September 1969. I was assigned to virtually every fighter squadron at NAS Miramar, sailing out on West Pac Carriers. I made AMSC and was selected for the Limited Duty Officer Program in April 1978. Presently I reside in Pensacola Fl. as a Maintenance Officer for Training Air Wing Five. I'm going on 35 years of active service and still loving it. I've been in contact with AE John Capuciatti. He lives in the Denver area, working for United Air Lines as an AE Tech/Supervisor. Would love to hear from any and all my Shipmates from VP-50. Looking forward to the Mariner/Marlin Association Reunion in May 2000 here in Pensacola. There is a P5M at at the Pensacola Museum and is being restored. Also a fitting Memorial for all Shipmates of Crew Thirteen inside the Museum. Hope to see you all soon. Get in touch..." [E-Mail Updated 08MAY2000 | 28MAY99]

MURPHY, AT1 Richard E. murcare@home.com "...I flew as a crew member during the Cuban call-up as a member of flight crew #12 VP-872, also served in VW-14 and VW-3 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and Agana, Guam. It will be great to get a hold of any crew mates or squadron mates of that time period (1955-1965)..." [26NOV99]

MURPHY, Roy jlmurphy7@gmail.com "...I served with VXN-8, from 1968 to 1971 (Super-Connies), VP-44from 1973 to 1976, VX-1 from 1977 to 1980, VP-4 from 1980 to 1982, Naval Air Development Center from 1988 to 1991 and retired in 1994. Playing the support contractor game to NAVAIR ever since, not as much fun, but it pays the bills..." [E-Mail Updated 25SEP2009 | 03AUG99]

MURPHY, Seibert L. seib_m@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-6 and VP-60..." [E_Mail Updated 08JUL2009 | 14FEB2000]

MURPHY, AMS3 Tom Murph6148@aol.com "...I served in VP-6 1969-1971. Worked in the airframes shop and on the "check crew". Was on deployment to the Philippines and Thailand in 1969 and then to Okinawa in 1970. Home base was NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Break out those old cruise books and send me an e-mail..." [08FEB2002]

MURPHY, AEC(AW) Tom Retired murphyt@locustec.com "...I did most of my career in P-3's. VP-31 as a student in '74-'75. VQ-1 from '75-'79. Back to VP-31 for shore duty '79-'82. Then on to the VP-48 Boomers from '82-'86. From there I jumped ship for a while. I did a shore duty tour at AIMD NAS Atsugi, Japan. I worked at the engine test cell from '86-'89. I got to watch the P-3's from JMSDF and our guy's taxi by. I realized how much I missed 'em. Out of NAS Atsugi, Japan I fully expected to end up on the Midway, but the Detailer "forced" me to take orders to VP-19. I made Chief in Big Red, the best damned squadron in the Navy! After Big Red decommissioned in '91 I transferred to AIMD NAS Moffett Field, California for my final tour. I retired in July of '94, shortly after NAS Moffett Field, California decommissioned. I have many fond memories of many exciting WESTPAC adventures. Like to hear from and old Shipmates out there!..." [21NOV98]

MURPHY, Wayne "Murf" twobroketramps@hotmail.com "...I served with VC-8 from 1976 to 1978 for three Commanding Officers and a part time throttle pusher. I have found Susan Gagnon, Mark Rosenbaum, Mike and Marie Lynch, Gerry Crouse, Sam Cash, Ken Morse and Mark Sterling. What happened to Roger Jones, Bruce Lenth, Ron Miller, Jim Sumption, Bill O'Toole, Bill Vandyke, Griff Roberts, and Brian Donia? We did the Triangle and had a great time...." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 12AUG2009 | 13SEP98]

MURPHY, AZ2 Nonie (Gonelli) dngonelli@earthlink.net "...I was with VP-50 from 1986 to 1990, and I enjoyed my four years with the Blue Dragons. I stayed in California after leaving the military in 1990. Would love to hear from old friends..." [12SEP99]

MURRAY, AD1 Arthur L. Jr. bnbm1947@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-23 (1973-1980) and VP-11 (1980 to 1985) flying in the FE position. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [11DEC2012]

MURRAY, CMC Albert H. Retired yardvark@kih.net "...At last I found you. VAQ-33 that is. I served with the Firebirds from the summer of 1978 until July of 1981. I am one of the origina FRAMP insructors brought in to reestablish the Whale training system. I helped develope and taught thye J57 P10 engine, A3 Fuel System ang Bleed Air system lesson guides. Matter of fact I graduated the first class after the school reopened. Do you remember VQ-2 Mickey Talton, VAQ-33George Harris, or Kenny Bogany last seen in VA-176? I do. They were all good kids and I hope great sailors and Whale fixers. After VAQ-33 I moved on finally retiring as CMC of NAS Oceana in 1992. Looking for Ralph Feeback and B. R. Ruth..." [19MAY2004]

MURRAY, Jesse Jr. jmurr10825@aol.com "...I served with VR-11 in Hawaii and VR-13 as a Radioman from January 1945 until February 1946..." [28AUG2003]

MURRAY, AT John bjohnm1@peoplepc.com "...I was an 'AT' at first assigned to VS-31 in 1959. In 1960 I commissioned VS-28 and became a Plankowner. I was in VS-28 until late 1962. I would like to hear from any of the 'OLD' crew that may still be around..." [E-Mail Updated 09DEC2006 | E-Mail Updated 02JUL2006 | E-Mail Updated 17MAR2004 | 05JAN2001]

MURRAY, AMH3 Michael J. m-murray@san.rr.com "...Attended VAW-110 Framp school after completing AMH(A1) "A" School in NAS Millington, Tennessee. I served with VAW-113 from 4/94 to 7/97 on board NAS Miramar, California. Line division NX supervisor (ALPO) E2C Plane Captain/ Airframes Troubleshooter/ Final Checker. WestPac 1994,1996 USS Carl Vinson(CVN70) Flight Deck Coordinator WestPac 1996 , Operation Roving Sands 1995, Counter Narcotics Depachment NS Roosevelt Roads, PR 1995, 1996..." [23AUG2007]

MURPHY, ABH3 Robert "Bob" murphy.robert67@yahoo.com "...I served VP-10 (1979-1981) in the Line Shack..." [01JAN2013]

MURRAY, CDR Robert L. Retired murray59@verizon.net "...Enlisted 1956: ATU-105/ATU-205, VF-73 - USS Randolph, VF-61 - USS Saratoga, VF-13 - USS Essex, VW-13 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, FAETULANT NAS Jacksonville, Florida, AE-1 Integration Program 1963. VP-49 1965 - 1968; VT-2 1968 - 1970; USS Forrestal: Cat. & AG Officer, 1970 - 1973; Naval Electronics T&E Activity NAS Patuxent River, Maryland XO, 1973 - 1975; VP-23: Maint. Officer, 1976 - 1978; NAF Mildenhall UK: Ops Officer, 1978-1979; CINCUSNAVEUR Command Center: 1979 - 1980; NAF Mildenhall UK: CO, 1980 - 1982; JCS Joint Staff : C3I Action Officer , 1982 - 1984. Retired 1984. Consultant to NRL 1984 - 1998 - retired again to St. Michaels MD, Active with the St. Michaels Volunteer Fire Department as a Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician and Engineer/Driver...." [06FEB2009]

MURRAY, Tom tnt57@gte.net "...SERVED WITH VP-21 FROM 8/59 THRU 8/61 JUST SAW MY BUDDY STEWS NOTE. AND WONDER WHAT EVERYONE ELSE IS DOING. I WAS A BLACK SHOE YEOMAN IN THE ADMIN OFFICE AND WORKED UNDER CDR CRIAN AND ANDERSON WITH DEPLOYMENTS TO NAS Sigonella, Sicily AND NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada..." [06NOV98]

MURRAY, Thomas G. hiwheel@erols.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1983 to 1986, VP-4549 from 1987-1988 and VP-68 from 1988-1992..." [12NOV2000]

MURSTIG, Warren W. wetzlar@pacbell.net "...I served with VP-5 from 1956 to 1960 as Assistant to Chief John W. Rosa & then as a line crewman. My first deployment was to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco for 6 months the next deployment to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada that became split with half of the Squadron including myself being sent to NS Rota, Spain becoming the first Squadron to operate from that base. The last deployment I participated in was to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I remember having duty line one weekend at NAS Jacksonville, Florida taxying in the first Lockheed Electra they were touring the Continental United States Air Force & Navy bases trying to sell it..." [23DEC2000]

MURTHA, Michael P. mike.murtha@co.hennepin.mn.us "...I was a crew member of VP-48 NAS Moffett Field, California. We went from the P5M pigboats to the P-3 sometime in 1966 I think (not real sure). Started with the P-3A and upgraded to the P-3B. Our squadron was in Japan during the Pueblo problem. I was a member of the Crew 2..." [02JUL2001]

MUSCO, ANTHONY D. admchief@yahoo.com "...LOOKING FOR OLD Shipmates VQ-2 (1955-1960), NAS Kodiak, Alaska (1952-1954), AND VP-30 (1960-1963)..." [E-Mail Updated 14AUG2001 | E-Mail Updated 11SEP99 | 03MAR99]

MUSE, Keith M. KMUSE@MSN.COM "...I was a VP sailor my entire career. I startedout in FAW/CPW-1 DET NAS Cubi Point, Philippines 73-75, then on to VP-9 75-79, VP-31 80-83, VPU-2 83-86, CPW-1 Kamiseya 86-90 and finished up my career with VP-1 90-93. I spent all my time on the West Coast and would like to hear from anyone of my old buds..." [16AUG2000]

MUSSETT, LT Gerry Shipmate Pix Circa 1971 gerry.mussett@gmail.com "...I served with VP-48..." [E-Mail Updated 24JUN2008 | 16NOV2001]

MUSSETT, Mike mikemussett@motorola.com "...I served with VP-31 in the AT Shop from January 1984 through April 1986..." [E-Mail Updated 28OCT2007 | 04JAN2001]

MUSTER, AN Jennifer jwallace012@comcast.net "...I served with VAQ-33 (1992) and NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida..." [11NOV2013]

MUSZYNSKI, ABH William J. "Ski" daddragon@centurytel.net "...I was attached to OASU WestPac detachment from 1965-1967. Anyone been there?..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 20MAY2008 | 29JAN2000]

MUTI, Richard richardmuti@aol.com "...I served (Pilot) with VP-56 (1966-1969) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and NAS Patuxent River, Maryland with two NS Rota, Spain (1967/1968)..." [22MAR2013]

MUTTER, AKCS KURT B. Retired KBMUTTER@AOL.COM "...I WAS IN VP-26 FROM 81-84, AS A AK, TRANSFERED TO ASWOC/TSC NAS Bermuda, THEN WENT BACK TO SEA ON THE USS GUAM, DID A TOUR AS AN INSTRUCTOR FASO NAS NORFOLK, MATERIAL CHIEF HC-8 NAS Norfolk, Virginia, THEN BACK TO SEA USS GUADALCANAL AND USS AMERICA. I HAVE TO SAY MY TOUR WITH VP-26 WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF MY CAREER. I TRANSFERED TO FLEET RESERVE AS AN AKCS IN 96. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY Shipmates..." [04SEP2001]

MUTTERA, William mutdee@bellsouth.net "...I served with VU-3 from 1953 to 1954 at Ream Field. I would welcome any contacts from former Shipmates..." [29OCT2003]

MUZQUIZ, Phillip "DOC" III Pmuzquiz@AOL.Com "...BZ to the best squadron in the NAVY! Being the winner of the Golden Wrench Award in 1983 for P-3C conversions for the NAS Keflavik, Iceland deplyment, I would like to welcome all the NEW EAGLES (VP-16) to our SQUADRON. All due respects to all officers and senior enlisted personnel. It is nice to know that our squadron still follows the tradition of sticking together, hell I really miss the command, thought I'd never say that. Well, I guess this is all for now and "Hook'em in the _SS" while you can..." [14FEB97]


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