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Memorial Picture "...SEARS, Harry E...91, a retired Navy vice admiral, aviator and highly decorated World War II veteran who pioneered wartime low-level bombing tactics against Japanese targets in the South Pacific, died January 29, 1998 at the Bethesda Naval Hospital after a stroke....Admiral Sears flew 65 combat missions. As commander of VB-104, a patrol bombing squadron of B-24 "Liberator" aircraft based on Guadalcanal in 1943 and 1944, he led masthead-height bombing attacks on enemy ships. In this process, he was instrumental in changing what until that point in the war had been mostly passive and defensive search flights into offensive combat missions....He was awarded a Navy Cross, the service's highest award for valor after the Medal of Honor. He also received a Legion of Merit with a combat "V," a Distinguished Flying Cross with Gold Star and the Air Meda..." http://www.arlingtoncemetery.com/hesears.htm [26FEB2000]

Memorial Picture "...SEBRING, Jim...I recently discovered that Jim Sebring VP-44, 1952-55 had died December 22, 2006 in Sparks Glencoe, MD. Jim, Bill LeMaster and I had crewed together in 1955 on CC-10..." Contributed by STUPKA, Bill wrstupka@gate.net [18SEP2008]

Memorial Picture "...SEGELBACHER, LT(jg) George...LTJG VP 10 1960 - 1962 passed away July 17, 2008..." Contributed by WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. vp10_archives@juno.com [29JAN2009]

Memorial Picture "...SEHORN, Don...It is with sadness that I report that a fellow VP-47 Shipmate, LCDR Don Sehorn has passed away from cancer on 9-13-2006. Don was also a vital member of Observation Squadron Sixty Seven (VO-67). Don attended the last VP-47 Reunion in Las Vegas and talked about it often to his VO-67 Shipmates. Fair winds and following seas...Duane Andre, CDR, USN (Ret) dandre@cox.net..." [03OCT2006]

Memorial Picture "...SEIDEL, Clarence A...My father Clarence A. Seidel was on the USS Norton Sound (AV-11) from 1943 til 1945. I grew up hearing about the USS Norton Sound (AV-11), and he and my mother particularly enjoyed visiting with others from the Ship when it was docked Near Oxnard, Calfornia in the 1970's and 1980's. MY dad died in 1991. I applaud the work you sailors did for our Nation. Sincerely...Linda L. Seidel thegardner@aol.com..." [06FEB2005]

Memorial Picture "...SEIFERT, PHC Harry C...My father served in VJ-61 / VAP-61 from 1954 to 1958 when we left NAS Agana, Guam. He was the chief in the camera repair section. He retired in 1963 and went on to San Diego State and got his Industrial Arts teaching credential. He retired from San Diego City School District in 1990 and from San Diego Community College District in 1992. I would like to hear from any of my Dad's former Shipmates.
Harry C Seifert, Jr. bseifert71@mindspring.com..." [23MAY2010]

Memorial Picture "...SELL, Norman R....I am sorry to say that Norman R. Sell AE1 has pass away the second week of Sept 2000 from a mass of heart attack in OK after 2 months of being just married. He was in VP-40 and VT-21. I will miss him as will others. Bless you Norm...Arthur J. Kingsland funtime@dave-world.net..." [11JUN99]

Memorial Picture "...SEXTON, Guy...I reqret to inform VP-2 members of the death of Guy Sexton. Guy was a radio man in Crew 8 from 1963 through 1965...GOHEEN, Jim jtneehog@sbcglobal.net..." [17APR2003]


SEABERG, LCDR Arthur A. kchaselden@comcast.net "...My Father, LCDR Arthur A. SEABERG, served aboard the USS Chandeleur (AV-10) from 1942 to 1945. I have a copy of his USS Chandeleur (AV-10) Cruisebook..." [30MAY2007]

SEAL, ATCS(AW) Christopher Retired atcsseal@msn.com "...VW-1, July 66 to July 68 (ATRAN - ATR2) Served in Crew 2 (Draggin' Lady), Crew 6 (A-Team), Crew 9 (Malfunction Juncion). After that tour I was tail hooks forever more with one tour in hell (navy recruiting). Best time in the navy was VW-1 Flying into the Typhoons. Det Charlie was established during my tour before that we flew our barrier out of NS Sangley Point, Philippines (heaven)..." [11MAR98]

SEAL, Orville O. atcsseal@msn.com "...Served with VP-43 Oct 46 to Oct 48, VP-47 49 to 51 with a short stint in VP-46 in 1950. Retired 1964 as an AOC..." [Updated 18MAR98]

SEALE, CDR Edwin M. Retired navyseale02@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 from March 1988 to July 1991 and VP-67 from February 1993 to 1994. I retired from the Commander, U. S. 7th Fleet (C7F) in 2006..." [30AUG2010]

SEALS, CHRIS cseals@tnaccess.com"...I WAS AN ACOUSTIC SENSOR OPERATOR WITH VP-26 FROM 04/83 UNTIL 08/87. DID A TOUR WITH FASO IN JACKSONVILLE, 3 YEARS WITH SPECIAL PROJECTS UNIT ONE (VPU-1) IN Brunswick AND 2 YEARS WITH VP-10 ALSO IN Brunswick..."

SEARGEANT, SFC James Retired sfcsgt@gmail.com "...I served with 1st Radio Reserach Company (1969) at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I worked nights as an Airframe Repairman, Company Clerk and Mail Clerk working with MAJOR Fentress and 1SG Jacoby. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 23APR2016 | 14AUG99]

SEARLES, Joseph joseph.searles@navy.mil "...I served with VP-66 from March 1975 to 1979 (W/C 230 Ordnance Shop). I soon became an aircrewwman. VP-66 was a new world for me. I enjoyed every bit of it. I transferred to VP-94 from 1979 to 1982 and back to VP-66 in 1982. I hope some of my old Shipmates contact me. Fishing is good down here in Slidell, LA..." [13SEP2004]

SEARLES, LT(jg) Robert W. Retired bobtopsidesearles@gmail.com "...I served with VP squadrons for 27 years until I retire in 1970. I served with VP-2, VP-22, VP-23, VP-34, VP-44 and VP-45..." [E-Mail Updated 30OCT2010 | 29JUL2002]

SEARS, SCPO Stephen Retired tbirdsps@gmail.com "...I served with VP-48 from September 1972 to May 1976. Stayed for 26 years, made Senior Chief and never got back to the VP Navy..." [E-Mail Updated 08MAR2011 | 07FEB2001]

SEARS, Wally wsears@hq.innolog.com "...I proudly served in VP-4 (1977-79) and VP-22 (1983-1986). If any of my old Shipmates get this, "e" mail me. I would like very much to hear from you..." [03AUG2000]

SEASE, AO3 Norm sease@ccountry.net "...I served aboard NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from early 1954 to lae 1955. As an AO3 I flew on three the P2V-4, P2V-5 and P2V-7. Most of our P2's had top and tail turrets installed with 20mm Air Feed Cannons that we tested on stands and in the air. The Air Feeders were very rapid to say the least. The only porblem we incountered were the 20's hammered the tail & bottom stops to near the point of complete failure. In one test I had the bottom stops hurl the guns up so violently before my finger was off the trigger. I expended about 7 rounds of ball ammo into the overhead concrete bunker we were testing in and one round barely missed my Chief! They were great planes and could really take a beating (due manily from very rough landings)..." [23FEB2009]

SEAY, AD1(AW) Christopher Retired clseay@yahoo.com "...Served with VP-46 NAS Moffett Field, California, NAS Chase Field Beeville, Texas AIMD, VP-40 NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-31 FRAMP teaching T56 "O" Level Maintenance, VX-5 / VX-9 NAWC NAS China Lake, California, VP-1 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, and finally Air Operations NAS Kingsville, Texas. Currently residing in south Texas and employed with L-3 Communications as aircraft mechanic on U.S. Customs P-3 aircraft!! Love it!!! Can't get enough!! Would like to hear from old Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 01DEC2004 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 22MAY99 | BIO Updated 30OCT98]

SEBELIEN, AT2 Jim jsebelien@kc.rr.com "...I served with VP-22 (1958-1960) with a deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska. I flew (Radio) with Crew-4. I still a copy of my cruisebook if anyone is interested in pictures, etc..." [09DEC2013]

SEBESTA, ATR2 Karl karlfs@ix.netcom.com"...VP-10 NAS Brunswick, Maine. '57 to '59 I flew as 1st. tech. on LD-11 and LD-4 (P2V-5F). Looking for old Squadron Buddies to recount icebergs, and lighting up an ocean liner on a practice bombing run, knocking out that sub's periscope with a PDC, dropping the bombay gas tank on the ramp just before take-off, out foxing that F-83 in a dog fight, or blowing up the target tow sled on a bombing run..."

SEBRING, AD3 Bill billsebring@hotmaol.com "...I served in the Navy from 1951 to 1955. I was assigned to VR-23 NAS Atsugi, Japan in 1953 and was immediately transfered to VR-23 COD, at Brady AFB. The best duty I had in the Navy. We were operating TBMs. We split the squadren and half stayed at Brady, the half I was in went to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. We operated fron there, and Formosa. We also spent 30 days abord various carriers in the Gulf of Tonkin. I still stay in touch with Hank Hetler, crew menber..." [22FEB2004]

SEBRING, James R. jrsebring@comcast.net "...I served with VP-44 from 1952 to 1955. Interested in hearing from former Shipmates..." [18OCT2003]

SECAN, Joseph N. avhcorleone@gmail.com "...I served with FASRON-11 (1953-1955). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [22JUL2012]

SECHLER, Bill jobillsler@aol.com "...VP-44, 61-64, flew P5, P-2 & P-3; VP-31 (Det A) original P-3 RAG at NAS Moffett Field, California, 64-67; VP-47, 73-75. >5,000 hrs P-3 pilot time..." [21MAR98]

SECHRIST, Dan Dan4Renee@cox.net "...I was with VP-6 from 1975-1978. Spent most of my time with crew 6 operating the JEZ and radar. Would like to hear from any one who was with the squadron at the time..." [E-Mail Updated 28MAY2002 | 05FEB99]

SECKEL, Bill seckel@ziplink.net "...Served with VP23, NAS Brunswick, Maine from Dec 55 until Sep 58..." [26DEC97]

SEDAM, John David davedrums4u@yahoo.com "...I was with the White Lightnings from August 1989-September 1992. I am currently a Navy Recruiter for the Number One Recruiting District in the Nation. I will be retiring from active duty in July 2005, but will be on terminal leave in March 2005. Made the Chief's Board three times consecutive and just took it for the fourth time. Hopefully this will be the one. Closed on a brand new home in September and will retire in Houston, Texas. Still playing the drums and working with some guys trying to get signed to a Country Label in Nashville. Things are great and continue get better everyday. I have been so blessed and wanted to take a moment to say hello to some of the people who were a part of who and what I have become today. Would love to hear from you all. Sincerely..." [21JAN2003]

SEDERQUIST, Carl A. csederquist@questele.com "...I to was an alumni of FASRON-108. I joined the Navy out of high school 1954 (BAngor, Maine). I did boot at Bainbridge, Md and was sent to Norman, OK end of August. From Norman to Millington (Memphis) and AT school in end of December. Finished AT school mid summer 1955 and was shipped to Port Lyautey, Morroco assigned to VR24 as a AT. While in VR24 I became an AT3 and flight time on the Squadron's R5D runs to the eastern Med and throughout Europe, besides maintaining ARC1, ARC5 ART13 and ART27 communications equipment and APX6 transponder. March or April of 1957 I joined FASRON-108 and remained with the Squadron until I got out the end of June 1958. I was one of the early occupants of the new brick barracks. I was also a witness to the VP-26 Mishap that went into the woods on the left side of where the golf course is today. I remember liberty in Portland and Monday early morning returns to make muster. Also remember trying to get a couple of winks behind the sonobouy lockers on horsehair packing material. I got training on APS 28 and the MAD gear while in FASRON-108 was sent to NAS Norfolk, Virginia for this if I recall correctly. I wound up taking advantage of the Korean GI Bill, went back to school and eventually had and still have a carreer in the satellite communications industry (now 37 years). I am retired from corporate life and now have my own business http://www.questele.com. I still remember my Navy days and FASRON-108 fondly..." [05OCT99]

SEED, Jerry jseed@pacbell.net "...I was stationed at " NAS Atsugi, Japan" 1952 / 1954. In August of 1990 I returned for a short visit. The "ad" building seems to be the one building that is the same..." [22AUG98]

SEEGRAVES, AD2 Darrell ddsvr1931@hotmail.com "...I served with VR-6 (05/1951-05/1955) at Westover AFB Chicopee, Massachusetts. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [05MAR2015]

SEELEY, Dennis dgseeley@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-4 (1985-1988). I first worked at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Supply as a driver and back to VP-4 in Phase and Corrosion and then the Powerplant Shop..." [19JAN2011]

SEGAL, Ron (Bugsy) greysrst@msn.com "...I served with VP-28 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from August 1969 to destablishment in September 1970 and VP-4 from October 1970 to April 1972. Made the deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska 1970 (landed Thanksgiving along with the 1st, but not last, snow that winter)and NAS Iwakuni, Japan in 1971 (what a time!). We set a record for most flight hours in a 30 day period! Most of the crews "averaged" 140 hours the first month we were there! I flew with Crew 6 (LCDR "Black Bart" Bartolini), Crew 11 (LT Woodard), and Crew 3 (LCDR Messegee-one of the best). Anyone hear about the "customized" P-3s we sent to PAR from NAS Adak, Alaska? I'd enjoy hearing from old Shipmates..." [04FEB2003]

SEGANOS, Mark seganosm@hawaii.rr.com or seganosm@cpwp.navy.mil "...Great to see a couple names that I recognize. I served in VQ-2 in 82-86, then VP-47 in 89-93, then went to VP-46 from 93-98. I am presently in MCBH Kaneohe Bay Hawaii serving COMPATRECFORPAC (formally known as COMPATWINGSPAC). Let me hear from ya'll..." [E-Mail Updated 04FEB2000 | 06JUL99]

SEGARS, David david2@teleclipse.net "...I served VS-24 from 1979 through 1982..." [13JUL2000]

SEGOVIA, Cipriano evelyns1973@yahoo.com "...I served with VR-21 (1965-1969) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California then NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as a Loadmaster aboard the Douglas C-118 (R6D) Liftmaster..." [26JUL2011]

SEGUINE, Larry lseguine@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 Crew 8 from 1964 to 1969. It has been a very long time since I have given thought to the old days. I am courious as to who is still around and what they are up to. I ran into the son of one of the old crew members a few years back and found out he had become a Chief and was still active in a VP stationed in NAS Adak, Alaska. I would be very interested in hearing from other members of the old squadron. Would love to see an alumni page for the enlisted crews from VP-17 from the 1960's till they went to P-3's. Also would love to hear from anyone from FAETUPAC det NAS Moffett Field, California from the late 1960's (VP-31)..." [03JAN2003]

SEGURA, AK2(AW) Jacinto "Tito" Retired jrs61807@yahoo.com "...I served with VF-2 (1988-1992) at NAS Miramar, California with a deployments aboard the USS Ranger CV-61, Desert Shield/Storm, Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and VP-66 (2000-2003) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I retired in 2007 and worked for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Marietta, GA on a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Project for P-3C's built for the Pakistan Navy and in 2011 at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia on the FMS F-15 Project for Saudi Arabia. Now live in Warner Robins, GA. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [12MAR2013]

SEGURA, Ramon rammsegura@msn.com "...I served with VP-22 (1963-1967) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. We were the first squadron in the Mid Pacific to receive the P-3A Orion. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 19DEC2010 | 17JUN2001]

SEHESTEDT, PNCM(SW) Allen L. "Al" Retired allenseh@comcast.net "...I served as VP-17 Personnel Office Sup from 1976 - 1978. Amazing that after all these years, I saw so many names of old Shipmates that I recognized and remembered. I always remember the "White Lightnings" as one of the best I served with during my 30 year tour of duty..." [16JUL2006]

SEHORN, LCDR Donald D. Retired Subfighter@aol.com "...Enlisted 1949. First Navy School was Naval Mine Warfare in Yorktown, VA. In 1958 changed to Aviation Electricians Mate and did a short WestPac on the USS BonHomme Richard and then to VAHM-10/VP-17. Commissioned Ens.(LDO) in 1961 and then to VP-31 (the RAG), after that to VP-47 and on to VO-67 (which, in spite of what everyone thinks, was not an all volunteer squadron). From the OBSRON I was with VAQ-130 in NAS Alameda, California. From there to the USS Hancock and then to Staff, Fleet Air Alameda. Retired in 1973 and am about to do it again, I think. I would really appreciate hearing from any of my old Shipmates. I would drop a few names but there are so many and it has been so many years..." [05JAN99]

SEIBER, Billy L. billymail1938@gmail.com "...I served aboard the USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13) (1957-1961). I worked in the Shipfitter Shop (R Divison Damage Control) for Chief Richards..." [23AUG2015]

SEIDEL, AE Carl "Sedro" sedro57@juno.com "...I worked (AE) and flew as Mad Operater and 2nd Mechanic for ten years at NAS Los Alamitos, California, NAS Olathe, Kansas, and NAS Alameda, California. I then worked (AE) and flew (seat 3 operater) on the "STOOF" for another 5 years..." [12SEP2004]

SEIDEL, Jim SEIDELNAVY@aol.com "...Currently Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Reserve ASW Training Center at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. As a TAR Served on: CNARF staff New Orleans, Officer in Charge of VP-64 NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, VP-68 NAF Wash. DC and VP-SAU Program Manager NAF Wash. DC. Active duty included VP-30 (1984-86) and VP-56 (1981-84). Please drop me a line anytime!..." [17JUN98]

SEIDEN, AW3 Sam 'Nose' samwineman@yahoo.com "...I was in VP-10 from 1988-1990. I sa a Soviet type VIII. Me and my CAC 12 crew have been the only ones to have tracked and classified this sub. I would also like to say my uncle, who has recently passed was an LDO in VP-10 Paul Seiden. He started in P2V Neptunes and made LCDR in VP-10. He joined the navy in'43 and retired in '73. This was a patrol squadron man..." [18MAY2001]

SEIDLER, RICHARD RTSEIDLER@webtv.net "...I served with in VP-26 from December 1954 through September 1956..." [13DEC99]

SEIFRIED, Morris R.(Bob) MRSeifried@worldnet.att.net "...I served with VP-209 from 1943 to 1944 flying out of NAS Norfolk, Virginia on anti-sub patrol and later out of the NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone. I would like to know if any members of the squadron are still around. If so, let me hear from you..." [07OCT2001]

SEILER, TD2 Larry lseiler@softcom.net "...I attended AE School, TD "A" School NAS Memphis, Tennessee 1971, Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational TRAining GRoUp, PACific (FASOTRAGRUPAC) and FAETUPAC NAS Moffett Field, California from 1972 to 1974. I repaired/operated the onboard (P-3) ASW simulators and the 2F69 trainers in hanger one. Did a few WesPac's. Olongapo has really changed - - found this website with lots of more current photos: http://www.subicbaypi.com/..." [28APR2008]

SEIM, Cecil cseim@juno.com "...I was in VP-1 in NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone in 1943-1944. We had PB2Y-3's. Anyone still around..." [18MAY2006]

SELDON, Louis llseldon@verizon.net "...I served with VP-16 (Pilot) from 1967 to 1970. I flew with Green & Westlake crews-went to Panama (15th ND), Canal Zone May 1970 for first UNITAS operation (with P-3's) planning conference but didn't go because my tour at VP-16 ended before the deployment on UNITAS. My understanding is those that went had a good time! My NAVCAD preflight Class was 29-65 in Pensacola and I was in the reserve squadron VP-94 at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana from 1972 to 1975. I am now living in the DFW, TX area (Keller), I found Curry Lawler living in the area, he flew F-8s after VP-16 & retired from AAL. I retired from the FAA May 1998 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL & worked as a B737 & MD-80 simulator instructor at American Airlines until I retired from AAL in Sept 2008..." [BIO Updated 07SEP2016 | E-Mail Updated 16MAR2010 | BIO Updated 25APR2006 | BIO Updated 24DEC2001 | Updated BIO 04MAR99 | 24FEB99]

SELBY, AME1 C. R. scrselby777@live.com "...I served with VP-16 (1965-1968). Looking for Shipmates J. R. Martin, R. E. Sword "Swingbelly", R. W. Ripley and J. A. Osborne..." [08DEC2013]

SELF, AT Bob robertgself@comcast.net "...I was enlisted from March 1953 to March 1957 and was at AT A School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee from September 1953 to June 1954. Was in VP-28 from July 1954 to March 1957. Flew in crew ONE at NAS Iwakuni, Japan with CDR Jack Hinman, PPC and CO, LTjg Dan Hobson, Co-pilot, AD1 Buggsy Baer, Crew Chief, AT3 Jim Bachand, Radar, Ens. Chave, Navigator, AL1 Bill Plunket, 1st Radio, AO1 HAP Parke and AO1 Vaughn. I was 2nd radio and ECM. We flew the P2V-5's then. In 1956 we deployed to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and flew in P2V-5F's. In crew 12 I flew with LT Sam Marshall, Pilot, LTjg Chuck Prindle, Co-pilot, AD2 Sam Robey, Crew Chief, AM3 Sharon, 2nd mech., AE3 Fritz Murdock, Radar, AT3 Dave Senecal, Radar, and I (AT3) was 1st Radio and ECM. Made many friends for life and still remember many good and bad flights. When I try to explain some of those situations to others, they don't have a clue -- guess you had to have been there to appriciate the dedication..." [E-Mail Updated 04MAY2006 | E-Mail Updated 11SEP2002 | E-Mail Updated 02FEB2002 | E-Mail Updated 22JUL2001 | E-Mail Updated 06MAR2000 | 05AUG99]

SELIG, AO2 James A. jhselig@bbtel.com "...I was proud to serve in VP-45 from 1973 to 1977. I would like to hear from a few friends like AO1 James E Hayden and AO2 Dennis Eddings. I also served with VP-90 in NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1977 to 1981. I work now on Apache Helicopters as a civilian..." [BIO Updated 21OCT99 | 20OCT99]

SELL, Chuck wa8orr@provide.net Shipmate Pix "...Served in VP-49 from 62 thru 65 as AE and Radio Operator. Got to see the change from P5s in NAS Bermuda to P-3s in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Had a great tour..." [24DEC97]

SELL, Jack jsell727@verizon.net "...Tours included VP-31 (Student) (July 1969 to November 1969), VP-23 (November 1969 to October 1972), VP-30 (Instructor) (October 1972 to August 1975) VP-26 (Special Projects - now VPU-1) (August 1975 to September 1977), CINCLNTFLT VP Air Ops (CTF84) (September 1977 to January 1980), VP-11 (July 1980 to September 1982), Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) (September 1982 to May 1985), Commander, Oceanographic System, Atlantic (COMOCEANSYSLANT) (May 1985 to August 1989) and retired in 1989. I retired from American Airlines February 2005..." [E-Mail Updated 19SEP2007 | 07MAR98]

SELL, Murray C. (Deceased) c/o His Son Dan Sell dmsellsphr@yahoo.com "...My father, Murray C. Sell, served with VPB-22 during 1945 as an Aviation Radioman 2nd Class. He died in 1964, and I never had an opportunity to talk with him regarding his experience in World War II. I am now trying to do some research and learn as much as I can about that time in his life. I have his Log Book and some other papers as a start. From his discharge papers I have learned that he was also with VPB-74 and FAW-2. Any information would be appreciated..." [25AUG2002]

SELL, Norm NormSell@sprintmail.com "...I was attached to VP-40 during 1961 & 1962...I am sorry to say that Norman R. Sell AE1 has pass away the second week of Sept 2000 from a mass of heart attack in OK after 2 months of being just married. He was in VP-40 and VT-21. I will miss him as will others. Bless you Norm...Arthur J. Kingsland funtime@dave-world.net..." [Passed Away 15SEP2000 | 13AUG98]

SELLS, AMS1 Lewis Hazard@peoplepc.com "...I was in VAQ-33 from 1987 to 1989. I ran corrosion control for awhile. I sure miss Key West. I wish you all clear skies and smooth sailing..." [25AUG2000]

SELMAN, JD JDSLAWYER@aol.com "...Served with VP-10 from 1975 to 1978; Tacco/Mission Commander. Would love the hear from any Shipmates..." [01NOV98]

SELMAN, Norman Sellman c/o Richard Brown richardBrown@worldnet.att.net "...I am trying to contact crew members from VPB-117 from 1944 to 1945. This message is being sent for Norman Sellman who is trying to contact some of his crew members..." [19FEB99]

SELTZER, David davidseltz@aol.com "...I arrived at VP-40 shortly after QE1 crashed in 1962. I am looking for Tom McClelland AT2. Anyone having any info as to his whereabouts, please e-mail me. Fighting Marlins forever..." [15SEP2000]

SELUS, Douglas Van douglasvan@msn.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1967 to 1972 at NAS Moffett Field, California. I was assigned to the Airframes Shop..." [26MAY2004]

SELTZER, AECS Curtis A. Retired curtis.seltzer@navy.mil "...I served with Airborne Early Warning Training Unit AtLANTic (AEWTULANT) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (November 1963), VW-11 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada (January 1964), Oceanographic Air Survey Unit OASU at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (July 1965) to OASU (deployed to Vietnam with Blue Eagles). OASU was redesignated VX-8 then to VXN-8. I left VXN-8 for VQ-4 from 1970 to May 1975, AIMD NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from May 1975 to May 1978, VQ-4 from May 1978 to May 1981 and back to VXN-8 until I retired 30 June 1983. I was air crew in EC-121, C54, C130 and P-3..." [15MAY2009]

SENDEK, Jim sendek@hotmail.com "...I was with the R3Y Tradewind in the test stage at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 1954-1955 then on to VR-2 at NAS Alameda, California from 1955-1957. Sure would like to hear from my crew members, shop mates and old buddies..." [15JUL2002]

SENSAT, AW Donald donintheswamp@hughes.net "...I served with VP-17 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as an AW from 1979 to 1982..." [20FEB2009]

SENSAT, AVCM Eddie H. Retired eddie.sensat@netscape.com "...I served with VP-56 from 1975 to 1978, ASWOC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal from 1978 to 1980, ASWOC NS Rota, Spain from 1980 to 1983, NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania from 1983 to 1986, VP-23 from 1986 to 1989 and NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee as an AVCM where I retired after 23 years. I am currently living in Mexico and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 16JAN2010 | E-Mail Updated 28MAR2007 | 30SEP99]

SENTZ, TIM CMS007@AOL.COM "...DID TOURS WITH VP-30, VP-50 (84-88), VP-31-CNAP/NATOPS (88-91), MMFA ( NAS Jacksonville, Florida), VP-62, VP-68, CURRENTLY AN AOC IN VP-91..." [19MAR98]

SEPUCH, Bill sepuch@msn.com "...Anyone out there served when we had P5M2 at Norfolk Va. I was there and I can rember more good times than bad times. I was first assigned to the airframes shop then later assigned as second mech on 11 Boat, plane capt name was Walters and the last time i saw him he was one of the supervisors at Nadep Norfolk which has closed down. We made alot of whiskey run to bermuda. The bay is full of unopenend big bottles of booz that we had through overboard because customs was waiting for us on the beach. I remember Matt Graff the God father of my kids.And Chief Dries the power plants chief. I think we still hold the worlds OPEN SEA TAXI RECORD ON ONE ENGINE when the right engine caught fire after leaving San Juan P.R.and we had to ditch in the water and taxi to Key West some 440 miles on one engine.Anyone out there wants to chat please write..."

SERBA, LT Edward ed7016cr@att.net "...I served with VX-6 (1966-1968) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island flying the LC-130 and C-121 to Naval Air Facility McMurdo (Ross Island) and outer stations. Made a mid-winter fly-in in July 1967 to pick up doctor at Byrd Station. That was fun!..." [03SEP2013]

SERENA, Don Donserena2@aol.com "...I served with VS-36 from 1957 to December 1959..." [07JAN2002]

SERIANNE, AE2(AW/NAC) David W. Superdave@ilnk.com "...Commands: VAQ-33, VP-49, VP-16, VP-45, and Presently at VP-30 as a FRS Flight Engineer Instructor. I would like here from others that I was stationed with..." [22APR98]

SERING, Darwin "Charlie" dub@charter.net "...I was in VP-29 from 1953 - 1956 and was stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and later at NAS North Island, San Diego, California when the squadron was changed to VAH-2. I would like to hear from anybody that was in VP-29 during those years. Also I would like to hear of any upcoming Reunions for this squadron. It seems like it is next to impossible to trace any of my Shipmates in VP-29. I was an Ordnanceman in the squadron and remember alot of my buddies names but have no way of contacting them. I can only hope that they visit this site and recognize my name..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 02AUG2001 | 28OCT99]

SERVAT, YN Lenny lservat@msn.com "...I served with VR-51 at NAS Glenview, Illinois from August 1971 to August 1973. I was a young kid (a Yeoman) in the office with Orville Dickman and Bob Bosc. I basically ran the office once Chief Davy Holmes came (he seldom came in at all). LCDR Chrzanowski was CO Mr. "C" was a very good CO. LCDR Warner was XO. I remember Jack Hudson and Bob Hall with the flight crews. I got transfered down to NALCORES in NAS New Orleans, Louisiana along with Mr. Warner. Mack Teutsch followed down and went to VR-51 NAS New Orleans, Louisiana..." [13JUL2005]

SESSOMS, AMHAN Thomas tessoms@comcast.com "...I served with VT-28 (August 1969 to December 1970)..." [04JUL2011]

SETCHFIELD, AMCS Glenn Retired seabat60@yahoo.com "...Joined VP-6 from VW-1 just before the 1953/1954 NAS Agana, Guam / NS Sangley Point, Philippines deployment as an AM1 Worked mostly night check as POIC. Flew some with Scott Carpenter's crew. When I left VP-6, I went toVP-4 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Six months there, then 2 years NAS Memphis, Tennessee before close to 8 years in heavy attack, A3s as an enlisted BN. Then to VP-28 as a Flight Engineer. Finished my Navy career at EISO/MEAD mostly on the road out of NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [E-Mail Updated 02AUG2009 | 20AUG2004]

SEVENER, ADR1 David H Retired dsevener@triton.net "...I was a P-2V Plane Captain from 1963-1972. I was stationed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California VP-31 (rag) 1963, with VP-2 1963-1966 Plane Captain Crew 9 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Two Alaska Deployments, one delpoyment to Japan. 1966-1968 VC-8 Roosevelt Rds PR, flying P-2V-5's dropping Firebee droans. 1968-1972 NADC Johnsville PA, flying OP-2E's and NP-2E's doing R&D for Vietman. Retired off the USS John F Kenedy in Dec 1979..." [11MAY98]

SEVERA, AECS Guy R. madguy@mc.net "...Well, I'm finally on-line. I can't believe my Shipmates forgot to let me know about the '97 Reunion in Madison, WI.....Especially when I sponsored the contact for that gathering. We are doing very well in the Severa household. My daughter will graduate from Northern Illinois University in May '98 and our son will finish his second year of college. I just took delivery on a 1998 Harley-Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard. It took 21 months to get it and it was worth the wait. My wife is still teaching in McHenry and I work for Merkle-Korff Industries in Des Plaines, IL. Has anyone heard from Master Chief Fernstahl or Master Chief Ladousier? We hope everyone who was ever a part of VP-90 is doing well. It's great to be finally connected..." [08APR98]

SEWELL, AFCM Donald A. Retired dsewell2@austin.rr.com "...I was VP for almost 30 years. Started in 1965 with VP-47, VP-10 in 1972, VP-31 in 1973, VP-47 in 1973, VP-6 in 1985 Also NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Moffett Field, California. Served as F/E for 14 years. Removed from Flight upon making E9. Served as CMC NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-47, VP-6 and at AIMSO NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Did a tour with VXE-6 as Maintenance MCPO..." [E-Mail Updated 24MAR2004 | 29SEP99]

SEXTON, Guy Capecod2443@aol.com "...I served with VP-2 from 1963 to 1965 as a Radioman on Crew #8. I would like to hear from any of the crew and any squadron Shipmates..." [10APR2000]

SEXTON, Robert "Bob" pegasus644@aol.com "...I served with VP-8 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1956 to 1957, VP-56 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia from 1960 to 1962, VX-6 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1966 to 1968 and VP-11 from 1974 to 1976..." [28JAN2010]

SEYMORE, Dan seymoredan@comcast.net "...I served with VP-17 (1969-1972). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 24APR2013 | 13MAY2001]

SEYMOUR, PR1(AW) Kathryn G. ksey102092@aol.com "...I served with VP-46 from 1985 to 1989. It was great going through the list of names of people I served with in NAS Moffett Field, California. I will be retiring from U.S. Navy in August 1999, and returning to Texas. Out of the 5 duty stations I served at, the four years at VP-46 were the best..." [E-Mail Updated 15AUG2009 | 22FEB99]


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