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Memorial Picture "...MYSIUK, Theodore "Moose"...Theodore Moose Mysiuk, 84, of Quincy, formerly of New York City, passed away September 14, 2014. I worked with Moose in the early 70ís when I joined VP-92. He was an honorable Shipmate and will be deeply missed on this Earth. See: Theodore Mysiuk - Obituary..." Contributed by VIAU, AW1 Charles "Chuck, Charlie" Retired cviau@beld.net [18SEP2014]


MYER, AT2 Charles A. myturn82@sbcglobal.net "...Attended AE "A" School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, served with Naval Air Technical Training Unit (NATTU) (12/1951) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and FASRON-121 at NAS Oceana, Virginia (known as FASRON-821 when a reserve unit at NAS Sanford, Florida). I would like to hear from Mike Jacobs (Jake) and former Shipmates..." [13APR2016]

MYER, LT Robert C. bobmyer@alumni.pitt.edu "...I was TACCO on the P-3 VP-22's crash-qualled Subic Bay 17 JUN 79. I still stay in touch with Mike McNally who was, along with myself, one of the last non-mission commander qualified TACCOs. We have had at least two MAD-BOOM conventions that ran concurrently with tail-hook...who's to say who the real gropers were??? C'mon now...can't we get some boomers together for another one? Drop a line and I'll try to co-ordinate something for once in my life. God knows I never found a sub!!..." [E-Mail Upated 28FEB2009 | E-Mail Updated 23APR2001 | 21JAN99]

MYERS, Billy John crystal@slsurveying.com "...I am researching for my father to find anyone he served with during 1955-1957. His name is Billy John Myers. I do not have alot of information what I do know, and I apologize for not being able to correctly display or word things correctly, but here it goes. Like I said before his name is Billy John Myers and I know he was VW-1 during 1955-1956 or 1957. He was stationed in the Phillipines. I know he was in Hawaii where he married my mother in 1957. If anyone could help me, please email me. I would love to see pictures or just maybe get some information. Thank You - Crystal Huffaker..." [03MAY2007]

MYERS, CH (COL) Donald W. Retired Chmyers@juno.com "...I flew with VP-10 out of NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1962-1964 on CAC 1 and 11. I was the radioman. We set up the Cuban bloackade and captured a few good pictures of Soviet subs and tender ships on their way to Cuba. I would be thrilled to talk to any of my old Shipmates, i.e., Ernie Long, John Smith, John Cantwell, CDR Ed. Snively and many others who I can't remember now but if I saw their names, I would recall. Thanks again. Will be in touch!..." [02OCT2002]

MYERS, AT2 Gary ggaryrun@comcast.net "...I served with VP-4 from 1960 to 1961. I flew as a Radioman on Crew-1..." [07APR2010]

MYERS, GM2 George E. geo-jo@geo-jo.com "...I served on the USS Pine Island (AV-12) 1950 to 1951. I was a GM2..." [14APR2007]

MYERS, Jerry glmyers@whidbey.net "...I served in VU-5 at NAS Atsugi, Japan Jun-61 through Aug-63. Flew to Hong Kong in one of Det Bravo's P2's as a reward for an outstanding on the COMUTWINGPAC ADMAT inspection. Used to run with Jim Simmons, Charlie Dalberg, and most of the other avionics gang. Came back to VC-5 as CMC 1986-1989..." [04JAN99]

MYERS, Ken seaborn@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-933 NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as a aircrewman. We were recalled to active duty from 1961-1962. I was on plane 2 with CDR Hayes & Company. I have been looking for John Quinn, Sam Blizzard, and Doc Savage. If anyone knows their whereabouts, I would appreciate a comeback. I am now working with NAVAIRSEAFAC at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana DRP-36..." [20DEC2001]

MYERS, LCDR Len info@windspiritsfarm.com "...I served with VP-23 from 1974 to 1977, Naval Air Development Center from 1977 to 1980, and TAR with VP-66 from 1980 to 1983. I left active duty and became a reservist in the newly formed VP-MAU in NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1983 to 1991. Gettin to old to fly I did my last few years at the Military Sealift Command. Presently residing in Pennsylvania. Would love to hear from former Shipmates and hear what your doing now..." [25JAN2004]

MYERS, AO3 Mark seadog411979@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-6 from 1984 to February 1988 in the Corrosion Control and Ordnance Shop. Would Like to hear from anyone that was in the squadron then. I saw Bill Davis 10 years ago at my wedding. Is there any one else from the Ordnance Shop out there? Drop me a line. I would like to hear from ya..." [02NOV2003]

MYERS, AMS1 Mike Retired karaoksngr1@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-1 fron 1976 to 1979, VP-30 from 1980 to 1982, VP-5 from 1982 to 1989 and VP-24 1992 to 1995. I retired as an AMS-1 in August 1995. Would like to talk to any of my old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 25OCT2009 | 18FEB2001]

MYERS, YN2 Randy C. myers@atlascomm.net "...I served with VP-19 from 1967 to 1970 at NAS Moffett Field, California before transferring to CRAW-1 NAS Albany, Georgia . Made deployments to MCAS NAS Iwakuni, Japan in 68 and NAS Adak, Alaska in 69. XO's were CDRs Yeager and Cook during that time. Interested in hearing from old Shipmates I served with and swapping old sea stories!..." [09JAN99]

MYERS, Richard L hlmyers@aol.com"...I was a member of VP6 when we first arrived in Atsugi, and prior at Tachikawa and Johnson AFB..."

MYERS, Rodney Firedome1@worldnet.att.net "... served my first tour in VP-23 from Sep 84 - Oct 88. I found it to be the most rewarding experience in my Naval Career. I have great pride that I served in the World famous Sea Chickens!..."

MYERS, AO3 Sean smyers@livenet.net "...>Hello fellow Shipmates from the old school of VAQ-33. It was a great time being stationed there in Key West (88-92). Met alot of good people which by now you know we have all gone our separate ways. It will be nice to hear from anyone. Take care and have fun. VAQ-33 Rules..." [12APR99]

Memorial Picture "...MYHRE, AMHC Ken...I learned today with great sorrow that a good friend and fellow crewmember passed away. AMHC Kenneth D. Myhre, FE VP-23, Crew 1/2 1979 -1982, passed away on 11/5/2011. Ken also served with VP-11. He was the best, and the world is a poorer place for his passing..." Contributed by JURACK, CWO3 Roger A. out2pasture@iowatelecom.net [13NOV2011]

MYHRE, AMHC Ken Retired 3n6forfun@roadrunner.com "...I attended FE training in 1972 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VP-11, Commander Fleet Air Mediterranean (COMFAIRMED), VP-23 at NAS Brunswick, Maine in 1978 (during their transition to Update II) and retired in 1980. I don't think I will ever forget my six years in VP Navy. My mail box is open to old friends. Any old VP-23 1/2 crewmen out there, "Mother's" watching..." [E-Mail Updated 25OCT2009 | 30DEC97]

MYLLENBECK, AWCS Dwight Retired c/o MYLLENBECK, CDR Rick rmyllenbeck@yahoo.com "...My brother AWCS (Ret.) Dwight Myllenbeck, flew with VP-56 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in the 1980s, and did some pretty awesome P-3 development work at the Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, PA. He was also instumental in saving the AW rating while assigned to NavAir Training in the Pentagon..." [31MAY2005]

MYLLENBECK, CDR Rick rmyllenbeck@yahoo.com "...After a training stint in VP-31 and FASOTRAGRUPAC at NAS Moffett Field, California, I was assigned to VP-47 "The Golden Swordsmen" from 1977 to 1980. At the end of my active duty tour, I rotated directly into VP-91 "Black Cats" without missing a day. I flew with VP-91 Combat Aircrew 11 until I was commissioned and Ensign in 1988. In the end, I was a board-eligible AW1, SS-3 Blue Card instructor, and had amassed over 3,000 hours of flight time. I am now a CDR in the Navy Reserve Intelligence Program and live in the metro Washington, D.C. area. I sure miss fying in the Orion! Those were the good old days. My family has a rich and proud history in VP as my dad, Warren, was a Lockheed test pilot in the 1950s and flew the P2V platform extensively. He was the Lockheed rep to the VP squadrons at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii between 1955 and 1958. If you have any information about the VP squadrons stationed at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii during that time, please forward that information as I am completing an article about his experiences behind the stick of the Neptune. My brother AWCS (Ret.) Dwight, flew with VP-56 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in the 1980s, and did some pretty awesome P-3 development work at the Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, PA. He was also instumental in saving the AW rating while assigned to NavAir Training in the Pentagon..." [28MAY2005]

MYNES, NCC Armister C. Retired mynesa@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-8 September 71 - August 74 as Career Counselor in NAS Brunswick, Maine, ABH1, Served under Cmdrs Wilkerson, Hanson, Debode, Anderson, and Mowery. 4 deployments to NAS Bermuda, lots happened to include the first female in combat service under Cmdr Hanson - Ensign Dottie Brown who was married to a pilot in the squadron. Went from VP-8 to recruiting duty out of Lewiston/Auburn/Portland/Augusta and then on to teach recruiting in Orlando FL. Retired out of Iceland in 1982 and live in Orlando now, working for county. Would like to hear from any old Shipmates!..." [E-Mail Updated 22APR2007 | 24JAN2002]

MYRICK, Edward A. hyu05santafe@embarqmail.com "...I served with VA-95 at NAS Alameda, California, FASRON-8, FASRON-116 (04/1952-08/1954) and NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 14NOV2014 | E-Mail Updated 05DEC2000 | 12MAR99]


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