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Memorial Picture "...SHANABROOK, Murray "Buzz"...I am trying to find out about my Fathers time in WWII. He was with VP-73 or VP-84 1942/43 Iceland. His name was Murray "Buzz" Shanabrook. He also spent time in Florida/Cuba and Okinawa...Mike Shanabrook dovetailx3@aol.com..." [01DEC2008]

Memorial Picture "...SHANNONHOUSE, Russell William...Sunday, December 17, 2000 - Mr. Russell W. Shannonhouse of Lynn Haven passed away quietly at home Friday December 15, 2000, after a long illness. No services will be held. Russell Shannonhouse was born on August 2, 1921 in Edgewood Arsenal, Md., the son of Col. John G. and Lulu M. Shannonhouse, formerly of Ridge Road, Nevada City, Calif. In January 1961, after 20 years of service, Russell Shannonhouse retired from the U.S. Navy as a chief aviation ordnanceman. His 20 years of distinguished naval service included assignment to the U.S. Naval Training Center in NAS North Island, San Diego, California (1940-1941); MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii (1941-1943); Heavy Patrol Squadron VP-19 (PB4Y2) NS Sangley Point, Philippines (1944-1945); Aviation Supply Depot in Samar, Philippines (1945-1946); VPB-119 (1946-1947); VP-7 (1947-1949); NAS Alameda, California (1949-1951); USS Philippine Sca CV-47 (1951-1953, Korean War); FASRON-8 and VP-19 (P2V Neptunes) in NAS Alameda, California (1954-1959); NAS Moffett Field, California Attack Squadron VA-125 in Sunnyvale, Calif. (1959-1961). His naval fields of expertise included aviation ordnance, combat air crewman, special weapons and ordnance, and aviation fire control coordinator. After retirement from the U.S. Navy, Russell went to work as a planner and estimator at the Naval Air Repair Facility in NAS Alameda, California. Upon retirement from civil service, Russell Shannonhouse and his late wife Georgia Frances Purkett of Leadville, Colo., returned to Nevada City, Calif. in 1976. He was honored in 1995 as a Pearl Harbor survivor by Presidential decree. Upon the death of his wife Georgia in Dec. 1999, Russell moved to Lynn Haven to live with his son John and his daughter-in-law Susie. Russell is survived by his son Capt. John R. Shannonhouse USCG (Ret.) and his daughter-in-law Susie of Lynn Haven; grandson Greg and his wife Allison of Lynn Haven; great-granddaughter Brittany of Lynn Haven; and sister Jean Knowlton of Fresno, Calif. He will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved him. A special thanks to Hospice of Northwest Florida. At the request of the family, in lieu of flowers, please send donations to M.D. Anderson Hospital, Thoracic Research, UT, Houston, TX. Southerland Family Funeral Homes - Panama City, Fla. 32405 - 785-8532 - 100 E. 19th St..." http://www.newsherald.com/articles/2000/12/17/ob121700.htm [10JAN2004]

Memorial Picture "...SHANOWER, Dan Frederic...11SEP2001 (NYC World Trade Center/Pentagon) loss: Dan Frederic Shanower, Home of Record: Naperville, Ill., Commissioned: Officer Candidate School, July 6, 1989, Rank: Commander, Date of Rank: December 1, 2000, Designator: Intelligence Officer, and Age: 40. Duty Stations: Electronic Attack Squadron 136 - 03/86 - 09/88, Task Unit 168.1.2 NS Subic Bay, Philippines - 09/88 - 08/90, Inactive Duty - 08/90 - 10/94, Joint Intelligence Center, Pacific - 12/94 - 05/97, Commander, Third Fleet - 05/97 - 05/99, and Chief of Naval Operations - 06/99. Awards and Decorations: Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon (5), Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (2), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (3)..." Contributed by John W. Hood, ATC, Retired JOHNWHOOD@prodigy.net [18SEP2001]

Memorial Picture "...SHAVER, Elvin...My Dad, Elvin Shaver, passed away about six years ago and was a mechanic (I think) on the USS Hamlin (AV-15), Island hopping with the invasion fleet during WWII. I have a picture of him in Japan, right at the end of the war. I also have some aerial intell. photos showing damage to a city, some countryside shots, and some U.S. air squadrons over the sea. In addition, I have what appears to be an amateur shot of the signing of the Japanese surrender. My greetings to any vets or families connected with the USS Hamlin (AV-15)...Lee Shaver lcshaver78@verizon.net..." [04FEB2009]

Memorial Picture "...SHAY, LT(jg) Richard M...Shipmate Pix...My father, Richard M. Shay, received the Navy Cross (crash landing at sea on October 26, 1944) while serving with VP-101. I would like to hear from his former Shipmates..." Contributed by John Shay john@shay.org [13NOV2011]

Memorial Picture "...SHEETS, AD1 Dennis "Good" and "Goodie"...(VP-30 and VP-5)Dennis was in the hospital recently, and was released within the last couple of days. Unfortunately, he was unable to fight his condition any longer and passed away today. The family is not having a ceremony or gathering but his wife requested that "everyone think of Dennis and what a great guy he was". She also requested that the word be passed among FEs. If you wish to send condolences, please use the following address: Sheets Family - 2020 Sunnyside Dr - Waycross GA 31501..." [23APR2010]

Memorial Picture "...SHELTON, Dwight...Dwight Shelton - Peoria Journal Star, October, 2003. PEKIN - Dwight Shelton, 85, formerly of Pekin, died at 6:18 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, 2003, at Elks National Home in Bedford, Va., where he has resided the past 12 years. A World War II Navy veteran, he attended aviation ordinance and air bomber schools. He served in the Naval Air Long Range Patrol Bomber Squadron VPB-119, based in the Philippines..." http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4232/is_200310/ai_n11336445 [29MAR2005]

Memorial Picture "...SHERWOOD, John...I am deeply saddened to inform you that one of our shipmates, John Sherwood of VP-23 has passed away June 23rd at 3:35 p.m. Here is a copy of the e-mail I received from his wife Rosie. It is with a heavy heart that I tell all of you who loved and prayed for John that his 'Journey Through Cancer' is over. John died at home peacefully Monday, June 23rd at 3:35 pm. He got progressively worse over the weekend and his family was there to surround him with love and support. We will miss him terribly, but his suffering and pain is gone. We can no longer wrap our arms around him, but know that he is in the arms of God. I want to thank all of you for your thoughts, prayers, cards, calls, emails, and visits over this last year and 8 months. You will never know how much your support meant to both of us. May God bless you, Rosi..." Contributed by BARON, AT3 Michael H. redkabaron@gmail.com [25JUN2008]

Memorial Picture "...SHEW, PR3 Bill "Willie"...My brother, Bill "Willie" Shew, passed away August 2006. Willie served with VP-28 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii (1960-1961), PR "A" School at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey and VP-2 (1963-1965) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with a deployment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska..." Contributed by Bobby L. Shew blshew@cox.net [06JUN2012]

Memorial Picture "...SHUMAN, Arnold Baer "A.B."..Arnold Baer Shuman, VP-23 (1964-1967), better known to all as "A. B.", died suddenly Friday, May 10 at his home in Hillsdale NJ. He was 73. A. B. was an accomplished P2V PPC in VP-23, and an avid hot-rodder from his teens throughout his life. After leaving the Navy, A. B. moved to Los Angeles to work for Petersen Publishing where he edited and wrote for magazines like Car Craft, Motor Trend, and Hot Rod. In 1972 he moved back East to become the leading product spokesman for Mercedes-Benz North America, a position he held until he retired in 1995. A. B. is remembered for his skilled pen, his great intellect, his wry wit, and his skepticism of authority, traits that his comrades valued greatly. We wish him clear skies, smooth landings, and a good flathead T-bucket. Obituaries are online at: http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2013/05/14/author-a-b-shuman-dies/, http://www.autoweek.com/article/20130513/carnews/130519932 and http://clunkernation.com/2013/05/10/rip-a-b-shuman-hot-rodder-historian-mercedes-benz-pr-rep/..." Contributed by WOODRUFF, William H. "Woody" whw00dy@att.net [17MAY2013]

Memorial Picture "...SHUPIEN, Ed...Some sad news to report. Ed Shupien passed away on Saturday November 10, 2001. Ed was one of the original members of the Special Project Division, Air Operations Department, NS Sangley Point, Philippines. This was the unit that eventually became VQ-1. We arrived at NS Sangley Point, Philippines in September, 1951, and began operational patrols in early November. Ed was the radioman on Crew 2, P4M-1Q Bureau Number 121451. I had last seen Ed when I left NS Sangley Point, Philippines in September, 1953, until I tracked him down early this year and had talked to him by phone. On October 28 my wife and I were able to visit Ed and his wife Marie during a trip to California . I gave Ed a copy of Steve Ginter's book "P4M-1/-1Q Martin Mercator" and had quite an evening reminiscing about "the good old days" with Ed and Marie...Mel Davidow meldavidow@earthlink.net [25JUN2001]

Memorial Picture "...SHUTE, LT(jg) Robert L...Obits-according to the Hamilton Ohio "Journal-News" 15 Sept 2007 is listed obituary of Robert L. Shute (b.Feb 19,1919 Vassar MI-d.Sept 14, 2007} accoding to obit he served as a LT{jg} Naval Aviator and flew PBY recon planes out of NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and was a WWII Veteran. Phil Fazzini phillip.fazzini@zoomtown.com..." [16SEP2007]

Memorial Picture "...SHYVER, ACM Raymond F...My father, Raymond F. Shyver ACM, served in "V" Division on the USS Pocomoke (AV-9) during WWII. I have his original Homeward Bound ship's book for the USS Pocomoke including all attached pictures. If anyone is interested in obtaining photocopies of the book, I will be pleased to provide them. My father passed away in l977...Deborah S. Moody shyvermoody@hotmail.com..." [04FEB2007]


SHACKELFORD, Clyde shackel045@aol.com "...Flew with VP-11 1958 - 1961 Plane captian on LE 6 PC CDR R.J. Clancey PP2c LT Wallace 2nd mech J. Turk AO2 Goodson AT1 Stevenson Radio Polce We were second VP Squadron to operate out of NS Rota, Spain March 1959..." [E-Mail Updated 17MAY2000 | E-Mail Updated 25JUL99 | 21JUL99]

SHACKELFORD, ADJC Clyde Retired Shack45@cox.net "... I joined the Navy in 1956. After boot camp and a tour at NAS Glynco, Brunswick, GA I joined VP-11 as a ADJ3 in summer of 1958. I flew with LE 6 as plane captian. LT Wallace was PC, AM1 J. Turck was 2nd mech, AO2 Goodwin, and AE3 Hensley (can't remember the rest). March of 1959 we went to NS Rota, Spain. I believe we were the second VP squardon to operate out of there. Spring of 1960 we went to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR for operation Springboard then on to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in July 1960. I left the squardon in the summer of 1961. Briefly, served with VA-43 Oceana, VA, VAW-11 NAS North Island, San Diego, California, VA-146 NAS Lemoore, California, NAMTD 1001 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, USS Coral Sea NAS Alameda, California, NAMTD 1006 NAS North Island, San Diego, California, and retired ADJC Sept 1975. Glad to hear from people of that time..." [28MAR2003]

SHACKELFORD, David L. CCFLIPFLOP@aol.com "...I was in VP-7 from Apr 63 - May 66. I worked for "Pappy" Payne in Maint Cont along with Harold Porter and Ken Drake. I moved topside to Maint Admin and relieved ADJ3 Palmer. I worked for CWO-4 Smalling & AMHC Perry. I came in the squadron as an ADRAN and left as AZ2. I was reenlisted by CDR Fowler then went to VA-44 Hornets NAS Cecil Field. Some of the names; Beeland, Koebler, have caused others to come to mind: Moka, Cooper, Caraway, Kinzer, Caulkins, Bill Hamilton, Messer(PN's), Woodell, Stalnaker and on and on. Someone mentioned Elios and I also thought of Sal's (next door). It brought back Hank Williams & Jim Beam memories. I attended one reunion in the 80's and I guess I'll get ahold of Chief Houle to check on the next one..." [02FEB99]

SHADOFF, AW1 Jim jshadoffsr@home.com "...I joined VP-891 at NAS Seattle, Washington in Sep 1962. Flew missions to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Kodiak, Alaska and to NS Rota, Spain as RADAR/JULIE, MAD, and ECM operator. In 1970 we moved to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington as VP-69 and have many warm memories about the time flying out of AULT FIELD. In 1973 joined the USAFR to fly in the C-141A/B and I am retiring this year with 38 Yrs..." [30APR2001]

SHAFER, Roy devdrive@aol.com "...I served with VP-48 from late 1965 to 1968. Joined the squadron right out of boot camp, worked as the squadron mailman for a while and ended up in the Admin Office and then Classified Material Control. I made on tour to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and left the squadron after our return. The return was slowed down some what by the PUEBLO INCIDENT. I left the squadron as a YN2 and worked for CNO at the Pentagon (anti-submarine warfare)until I got out in October 69. I can see a few familiar names on the VP-48 page. Just thought I'd "log in"..." [07JUN2000]

SHAFFER, Jack shaffja@mediaone.net "...I served with VP-17 from 1971 thru 1974. I will always have a warm and fuzzy feeling for the squadron and all the ship mates I served with during that time..." [20NOV2000]

SHAFFER, AMH3 Ronald "Ron / Dino" timberwolfcub1@peoplepc.com "...I served with GMGRU-1 (Guided Missile Group ONE) from April to September 1960 (disestablishment), VU-1 on the flight line (AD-5Q's) from September 1960 to April 1962, VF-91, VF-194 (serving aboard the USS Ranger CVA-61, USS Bonne Homme Richard CVA-31 and the USS Kitty Hawk CVA-63), VT-22 at NAS Kingsville, Texas from 1964 to 1965 when I was discharged. I now reside in San Antonio Texas. I would like to hear from Jim Gallagher "Kimo", Pat Berrie, Jeff Jerrerson, Bob Kelly (photo shop), Joseph A. Flemmin, Wallace J. Engler and other former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 12JUL2011 | 20JUN2011]

SHAFFER, LCDR William H. "Bill" Retired billshaffer93@attbi.com "...I was on active duty from 1965 to 1986. I was in VP-5 from 1966 to 1969, VP-31 from 1969 to 1971, FAW-8 from 1971 to 1972, and VP-24 from 1977 to 1980. I've recently moved back to Garland, Texas (Dallas) from San Diego. Anyone who was in these squadrons during these time periods, please send me a note. I'd like to hear from you..." [E-Mail Updated 04APR2002 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 02MAR2002 | 27FEB98]

SHAFT, AK John chefshaft@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-9 from 1981-1984 as a Storekeeper. Most will remember me as the guy that was always in trouble (mainly for smoking that evil weed and for going to grateful dead shows). Well, it seems that the evil weed did not wreck my life. I am now a Chef that owns his own company and travels with rock and roll bands to cater for them. There are to many folks I would love to speak with or see, to many to name here. Feel free to contact me anytime. Yes, I still partake and can't wait to see another show. Good luck to all..." [E-Mail Updated 13JUN2006 | 03APR2003]

SHAKRO, AMS3 Michael mshakro@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-21 from 1983 to 1986. I was part of a great squadron that achieved a Meritorious Unit Commendation for being the "BEST" training squadron in the Navy!..." [03JAN2009]

SHALLOP, David J. sarge130sob@aol.com "...For a 17 year old, fresh out of Bainbridge Boot Camp, and to be stationed at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba was quite an experience. I was assigned to VU-10 from '55 to '57 as an AEMAN. I worked in the battery shop at first and was reassigned to the electric shop after going to the hospital for a Hernia. Those batteries were heavy! I remember the Barrel Club was real close to the barracks and spent many a night pounding down the ever famous one-eyed indian, Hatuey (spelled wrong, I know, but it's been a few years). Worked on the JD's, SNB, UF-1, F6F's, F7F's at Mc Coullagh Field. I also sat at the end of the field with two flags to warn incoming aircraft in case their landing gear wasn't down on approach. Cinderella Liberty in Camanara! Best friend was Len Towers from Camden, NJ. Great guy! Had a lot of laughs..." [01APR2000]

SHANAHAN, AE2 Brian brian_shanahan@papajohns.com "...I served with VQ-1 (1977-1980) at NAS Agana, Guam as a EA-3B Electrican. I served aboard the USS Midway (CV-41), USS Coral Sea (CV-43), USS Ranger (CV-61) and USS Nimitz (CVN-68)..." [28MAY2013]

SHANE, Daniel L. dshane1@comcast.net "...I served (TAD) with VP-60 (1977-1978) and VR-51. I retired in 1984..." [24JAN2012]

SHANK, YNC David Retired kshank@innernet.net "...Hello, I was the Active Duty Chief Yeoman VP-64 from June 1990 to August 1993. It was nice to see this web site. I would like to know the next time there is a reunion. I am currently a seventh grade school teacher. I would like to hear from anyone stationed at the squadron while I was there..."

SHANK, Gerald "Jerry" Jerry3Putt@aol.com "...VP-6. June 57 to Oct 60. Second radio Niner Transplant 1958 deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. 1st radio Six Transplant 1960 NAS Iwakuni, Japan deployment. Some of the best times and memories I ever had. Especially 1959 Austrailian trip..." [20NOV2001]

SHANK, Jake CARRIERCA@AOL.COM "...I am searching for any of my fellow YN's that served with me in VP-31 during the period of 6/85 - 5/88. I was a YN2 and worked most of my time in VP-31 as the Legal Yeoman (sorry about that). I got out after making YN1 and serving a tour with VFA 22 out of NAS Lemoore, California. Currently an independent contractor for a Bank Auditing firm out of Florida. Would like to hear from my friends and even those that were in the squadron the same time to just stroll down memory lane..." [15OCT98]

SHANKS, ABH3 Louis H. harley_rider_cool@yahoo.com "...I was with VP-47, NAS Moffett Field, California from 1972 until 1975. We mourned the loss of our crew mates that fatal day. I left the Navy in 1975, and sought a career in law enforcement of which I have done over the last 30 some years. I am now serving veterans as a VA police Officer in Phoenix, AZ. Hello to all my crew mates at VP-47. God Speed..." [09JUL2007]

SHANKS, ADR3 Ted theo21940@yahoo.com "...Joined VAW-12 in late 1958 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and went aboard the USS Forrestal shortly after that. I flew as AEW Controller in "guppies" until I was discharged in 1961. I would love to hear from old friends..." [20NOV2002]

SHANNON, ABH3 James shannonjdja@comcast.net "...I served with VP-18 (1966-1968) and worked on the flight line..." [30AUG2013]

SHANNON, CAPTAIN John (Deceased) http://www.usstarawavets.org/CV-40%20pages/shannon.bio.htm "...John Shannon was born 11 December 1911 at West New York, New Jersey. He attended Hill School at Pottstown, Pennsylvania, entering the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, in July 1929. Upon graduation from the Academy, he was commissioned an Ensign 1 June 1933. He reported immediately to the U.S.S. Mississippi as a junior officer and remained with that battleship until April 1936 when he reported two months later as CWO, Staff, Battleships, Pacific Fleet. In June 1937 he was assigned to the U.S.S. Helm (DD-388) as First Lieutenant, a ship he remained with for two years. In September 1939 he reported to the U.S.S. MacLeish (DD-220) where he served as Gunnery Officer until June 1940. The following month he took up duties as Communications Officer and Flag Secretary, Staff, Commander Destroyer Squadron Two, aboard DD-409 and DD-417. In October 1942 he became a Flight Officer with ZP-11 (ZNP-K) and a month later was designated a Lighter-than-Air pilot. He soon became Executive Officer of that unit and in September 1943 took over as Commanding Officer, a position he held until March 1944; during this period he was also Commander Fleet Air Detachment at the NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts. April 1944 found him assigned for seven months to the Bureau of Aeronautics, Military Requirements Division. In December 1944 he took command of the U.S.S. Charles F. Hughes (DD-428) until January 1946 when he became Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Cone (DD-866) until June 1947. That month he became Executive Officer, NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey, until December 1948. The first three months of 1949 he was a pre-flight student naval aviator at the NAS Pensacola, Florida; this was followed by more training at Pensacola's Naval Air Basic Training Command until October, 1949, when he was transferred for further instruction to the NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. He won his Heavier-than-Air pilot's wings in January 1950. The next six months were spent in indoctrination and familiarization with Carrier Air Group Six (VA-65). In July 1950 Shannon took command of ZP-1 (ZP-1) until August 1952 when he became Commanding Officer, NAAS Glynco, Georgiae, a post he held until July 1953 when he reported for instruction to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D.C., for a year. In March 1954 he joined the Staff of Fleet Air Wings, Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia, and in September 1956 became Chief of Staff and Aide to that unit's commander. On 19 June 1957 he assumed command of the U.S.S. Tarawa (CVS-40) and was commanding officer during the carrier's NATO cruise that fall. On December 24, 1957 he received orders to report for temporary duty with Naval Air Force, Atlantic. On March 1, 1958, he retired. Shannon earned the National Defense Service Medal; American Campaign Medal; European Campaign Medal; the Order of King George I from Greece; Pacific Campaign Medal; World War II Victory Medal; Navy Occupation Service Medal. Captain Shannon was a member of the Navy League, the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and the Ridgewood, New Jersey, Country Club. The captain died 4 January 1974 at the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, New Jersey. A private service was held on January 9 and he was entombed in his family mausoleum in Bayside Cemetery, West New York, New Jersey..." [14JUL2003]

SHANNON, Ralph C. Jr. "Skip" backfistone@gmail.com "...I joined the Navy in April 1976 and went to Great Lakes Recruit Training Center for boot. I moved on to NAS Memphis, Tennessee for AW "A" school. I slipped on down to NAS Jacksonville, Florida to the rag VP-30. I finally recieved orders to NAS Brunswick, Maine. I first arrived in VP-10 in March 1977. I stayed in VP-10 until June 1980. We left for my first deployment less than a week after arriving. We went to NS Rota, Spain/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (March 1977 to October 1977). I was a Sensor 2 under AW2 Brad Bell. Where is Bad Brad? Last I knew was he had orders to Virginia Beach, Va. My next deployment was to sunny NAS Bermuda (Auguest 1978 to February 1979). It was my first deployment as Sensor 1. My Sensor 2 was AWAN Doug "Rookie" Nee, my Sensor 3 was AWAN Curt "Kid" Johnson. I had a Radioman and fellow Missourian AX3 Larry "Bones" Reynolds. I think Larry was from Kirksville, MO. Ordanceman AO1 Bob "Animal" Kish with my FE AMEC Bryan "Chief" Johnsen and second mechanic was AD2 Rich Troy. Our TACCO was LT Rick "Red" Miller, with Nav being LT(jg) Phil "Disco" Lanier. The guys who kept the bus in the air were: LCDR Labo or "Bossman" 2P LT Hikade or "Academy" and 3P LT(jg) Sullivan. Our in flight Tech was AT1 Margetts or "Mongo". This was CAC-2 for 1978 to 1979. My third and final cruise was back to NS Rota, Spain/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (December 1979 to May 1980). The crew changed to CAC-9, but most of us stayed together with a few new faces. Like LT Ken "Rocky J" Willett as TACCO, LT. Benavage or "Savage" as Nav. While in VP-10 for 3 1/2 years I participated on the baseball, basketball, and football teams. I am back in Missouri and have been in contact with Curt Johnson. I would love to hear from any old crew or VP-10 members who were in at the same time! (March 1977 through May 1980)..." [E-Mail Updated 23FEB2008 | E-Mail Updated 01MAR2003 | 21MAR2000]

SHAPIRO, TE1 Maurice "Shep" twonavyvets@gmail.com "...I served with VP-871 / VP-19 (01/1951-04/1954) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with a deployment to NAS Agana, Guam and Automated Information Systems (AIS) as a Instructor (04/1954-10/1954) at NAS Alameda, California. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 23APR2016 | E-Mail Updated 13JAN2015 | 21JUL99]

SHAPPEE, CWO2 Rudolph "Rudy" rtshappee@cox.net "...Reported aboard VP-48 fresh out of AE-A School as an AEAN in June of 1958. Worked out of the AE Shop and served as a relief crewman in ECM position and as an Observer. Never assigned to a permanent crew. Was kicked out of the galley after my first attempt to brew coffee. Pilot told crew they were to throw me over the side if I was caught near the coffee maker again unless I was repairing it. Flew during deployment in 1959 out of NAS Iwakuni, Japan. Was on the flight that was relieved by the patrol aircraft that was jumped by the Mig. Remember standing squadron formation when they were awarded their Air Medals and Purple Hearts. Buddy was Chuck Carnobas. Left the squadron as AE2 in September 1960 for AE-B School. Converted to AX and later served in HS squadrons at Imperial Beach. Three cruises to Vietnam on carriers as rescue crewman, then retired in 1976 as CWO2. Am always interested in getting together and talking about our deployments to Japan and our ongoing battles with the Marines..." [E-Mail Updated 05JAN2009 | 14MAY2001]

SHARP, AMS3 D. sharprd@bright.net "...I remember VP-17 71/74 good fun. Do you remember those LBFM'S?..." [25JUL99]

SHARP, Danny DSharp3022@aol.com "...It was my privilege to serve in VP-22 from 1971 to 1975. I am sure VP-22 was the best outfit I was assigned to during my 25 year career. Best wishes to all, I would enjoy hearing from everyone..." [14MAR99]

SHARP, ABU Dwayn sharpusnret@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-49 (04/1955-07/1957) at NAS Bermuda. I was an ABU on the Seaplane Ramp. I am looking for the other 11 that arrived together aboard an LST from NAS Norfolk, Virginia..." [E-Mail Updated 09NOV2011 | 13APR2004]

SHARP, Jerry jerglokjv1611@wmconnect.com "...I served in FASRON-108 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from approximately 1 Mar 56 until 28 Sep 57. I have alot of great memories from back then and would like to hear from any former Shipmates or others from that era. Best Wishes to All!..." [24MAR2005]

SHARP, AT3 John A. johnasharp3@aol.com "...I joined VS-37 NAS Los Alamitos, California in February 1954 after AT "A" School at Millington, TN. VS-37 was transfer'd to NAS North Island, San Diego, California that summer. We deployed overseas on the USS Princeton (CVS-37) and May 1955. I was separated from active duty June 1955. Would like to hear from ex-Shipmates..." [22JAN2004]

SHARP, CDR Keith "Rusty" Retired rustysharp_downsouth@yahoo.com "...I was an AW (SS3 type) with VP-1 (11/1976-02/1981) with 2 WestPac's and 2 Dets to NAS Agana, Guam and VP-65 (04/1981-10/1985) while going thru college. After a stop at AOCS at NAS Pensacola, Florida to earn a commission, I did the NFO pipeline and was winged in September 1987 at Mather AFB. I served with VP-10 (04/1988-06/1991) with a deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and a split deployment to NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, CPRW-2 (07/1991-07/1994) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as the WST Team Leader at the Trainer Facility, and as a Briefing Officer/Debriefing Office and Watch Officer at the TSC, VP-69 (02/1995-08/2004) and retired from service in May 2005. I'm presently employed with Boeing, and live in Southern California. Would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 21MAY2015 | BIO Updated 02OCT2005 | Promoted 28MAR2003 | E-Mail Updated 18JUL2001]

SHARP, Kevin "Sparky" ksharp@dsattorneys.com "...I was an IFC with VP-17 from 1983 to 1986. A pot of coffee and a bowl of cigarettes - I'm ready to launch. Would love to hear from fellow White Lightnings..." [E-Mail Updated 25APR2008 | E-Mail Updated 22JUN2004 | 09JUL2000]

SHARP, AWC (AW) Walker "WD" Retired wsharp2@leo.gov "...I served with TSC/ASWOC (1978-1979) aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69), TSC/ASWOC (1980-1982) at NAS Keflavik, Iceland, VP-24 (1982-1984) as a SS2, SS1 and Beartrap SS4, CTG (Commander Task Group) 168.1 and VP-11 (1992-1996) as a SS3 ...." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09MAY2014 | 00DEC96]

SHARPE, Glen racefan1@erols.com "...I was an AW in VP-19 (CAC-2 ruled!) from 1/89 till 3/91. Then sent to VP-40 (CAC-8 ruled) due to VP-19s decommissioning. Went on 3 deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan, and a nice little trip to the Gulf for Dessert Storm. Currently Im employed as a Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin in Manassas, VA. I fly with NAWCAD in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland to test the USQ-78A system under development to be delivered to the fleet in the near futere. Would love to find a few lost Shipmates I was stationed with, if anyone knows of them let me know. Thanks in advance. LT Owen O'neil, LT Pete Marshall, LT John Ray, AEC Tim Sullivan, AEC Dennis Kerr, AOC Keith Fontano, AT1 Rich Wagner, AO1 Bob Minchew, AOC Frank Thomas, A02 Angie Heil, PR3 Gina Mack, AW2 Dan Frase, AW2 Randy Coleman, AW2 Steve Dodson, to many to list. Look forward to renewing old aquaintances..." [06FEB99]

SHARPE, Ron Retiredibnfe8251@earthling.net"...AMH1 VP-5 F/E 90-93, AMH1 VP-9 F/E 84-87, AMH1 VP-26 F/E 79-82, AMH2 VP-46 G/P 75-76, and AMH3 VQ-1 G/P 73-75..."

SHARPE, Shannon R. ssharpe@rglobal.net "...Flew with VP-19 during Iwakuni deployment in 1967. Flew as IFT with VW-1 68 -70. Joined VQ-1 74. Flew as AES until 79. Went to NAS Point Mugu, California "line division" then returned to the Q in 80. Retired as ATCS from the Q in 84..." [E-Mail Updated 31JUL99 | 25OCT98]

SHARRER, Roger RSharrer@aol.com "...Served with VQ-1 from January 1968 to January 1970 when I discharged to the civilian world. Was an ATR-2 and flew on both the EC121's and the EP3B's. Was one of the original members of the first P-3's. Spent about 4-6 weeks at Lockheed Burbank during their modification of those first planes. Was on Crew 33. Have established contact with two old Shipmates, Don Holder and Larry Bunting. Jez it was a long time ago, lets see if I can remember some names: Witt, Peek, Fred King, "Chesi" Chief--- Anyone remember Granny's Snack Shop in Yamato City (Kobi Steaks), the Black Cat Bar in Tainan, Singha beer in Bangkok? How about the "beer run" from DaNang to NS Sangley Point, Philippines to get some San Miguel? Came back with forty cases of beer stacked in the isle. Would be great to hear from old Shipmates..." [12JAN2000]

SHAUB, AMS Keith keith@locustpointservice.com "...I served with VP-22 (1981-1984). It was the wildest time of my life. I didn't think so then but lookin back it was great! Aloha everyone..." [E-Mail Updated 03DEC2016 | 01APR2004]

SHAUNESSY, Marty ShaunessyMJ@bonhomme-richard.navy.mil "...I joined the VP community in June '73 as a P-3 FE student in VP-31. Transferred to VQ-1 in Guam ('Dec '73-May '76). Was an FE in Crew 36 with Mike Asher, Bob Asmus and Bob Woolsey. Moved on to VP-19 '76-'78 in Crew 6. Went to COMPATWINGSPAC in Nov '78 with Master Chief Goff, Mike McGuire, Denny Graham and ADCS Don Newth. Picked up Chief in '80 and LDO in '81. VP-31 was my next stop ('81-'83) as Asst FRAMP and then MMCO with CDR Tim Cudia. Still on active duty as the AIMD Officer onboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6). Presently on our first cruise as the Navy's newest Amphibious Assault ship. Greeting to all my old Shipmates. Drop me a line when you get the time..." [19FEB2000]

SHAUT, Stan shaut@cts.com "...I joined VB-125 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada in April 1943, fresh from PV1 operational training at NAS Sanford, FL along with Tom MOOTY, and Dick SHORT. Left the squadron in Boca Chica, FL in November 1943..." [16MAR2000]

SHAW, Bob bshaw@uwf.edu "...Served with VP-24 (69-72), ASWOC/TSC NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (75-78), CPWP - NAS Moffett Field, California (78-80), VP-19 (80-82), VT-31 (83-85). Retired from CNET - NROTC/NJROTC in 93. Now at the University of West Florida in Pensacola..." [02DEC2000]

SHAW, AT2 Bruce beachbums14@att.net "...I served with VP-26 at NAS Brunswick, Maine form 1958 to 1961 flying with Crew-8 (Radio Radar/Mad Operator - P2V 131510) with deployments to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NS Rota, Spain and side trips to Norway, Denmark, France and all around the Med. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 16AUG2010 | BIO Updated 23MAY2000 | 12OCT99]

SHAW, David es0098@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-11 from 1972 through 1974. Anyone from that era?..." [02JUN2004]

SHAW, ADR M. J. shawseano@goldenwest.net "...Attended ADR "A" School at NAS Millington, Tennessee and then served with VR-30 (1969-1972) working on the Convair C-131 Samaritan, Grumman C1A Trader and North American Rockwell..." [04DEC2010]

SHAW, Steve sashaw8@comcast.net "...Served with VP-46 from 1969 through 1972 as a Radar/Mad/Ecm. I was just informed of this site and have located two people so far. I would like to hear from any of my old Shipmates. I do have a video from 8mm films that I have pieced together. It shows a typical flight day from preflight to landing with shots of many of my Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 20JAN2005 | E-Mail Updated 09JUL2000 | 08NOV99]

SHAWVER, AW1(AW) Peter M. (Matt) Shawv@earthlink.net "...I was a Sensor 3 for my entire navy career. My first and favorite tour (1980-1983)was with VP-46 Crew 6 with NAS Keflavik, Iceland being my favorite deployment. Then on to be an instructor VP-31 (1983-1986). Then to VP-50 (1986-1989) where I worked in Operations writing the flight schedule.. Then to FASO NAS Moffett Field, California (1989-1991) Then took Advantage of the early out program. Hello to all the friends I flew and worked with. I think about you often, especially the friends we lost with the VP-50 crash. Keep in touch..." [23DEC97]

SHAYKA, PH Bill broadwaystudios@sbcglobal.net "...Served in VP-46 as a Photomate from 76-80. Mostly TAD to the NAS Moffett Field, California photo lab, but occaisionally flew with crews for photo equipment training for the AO's . . . some of em actually learned how to take a decent pic - hope I don't step on the wrong toes! Made 2 Det's to NAS Adak, Alaska and deployment to NAF Misawa, Japan and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Best thing about NAS Keflavik, Iceland was (1) an RnR to Amsterdam, and (2) leaving NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I (almost) singlehandedly put together the NAF Misawa, Japan Cruisebook, and the best part of that was getting to go around to ALL of the squadron spaces and meet everyone. There were a lot of great people - from the O's to the E's. I stayed in til '86, my last duty assignment was LPO for OP (Photo) Division on USS Saratoga CV60. I own a photography studio in Kankakee Il now. Life is good, and I remember my VP days with fondness. Funny how it can be easy to forget the crap that seemed so bad when it was happening! I've seen a few familiar names in the book here - good to know that people are still alive n kicking!..." [12JAN2005]

SHEA, CAPTAIN Bob robert.shea@business.wm.edu "...I've been fortunate to serve in many great squadrons: VP-45, VP-92, VP-60, VP-68 and VP-91, CRPWP, and VP-66 (CO). I'm currently a faculty member at the Naval War College..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 25JUL2005 | 09JUN98]

SHEA, Eugene GeneShea@cs.com "...I served as a Navigator with VB-105 from March 1944 - November 1944 on patrols over Bay of Biscay and following D-Day plus one, over the Channel. Planes were B1-The Green Banana and B4-Six's Avenger. Have plane pictures with crew..." Personal WebSite: http://www.theimmortali.com/ [24FEB2002]

SHEA, AT1 Tom Retired TDShea@aol.com "...I started my Navy career in VP-16 from '77 to '79 back when they were just "The Eagles". From there I went to VP-9, '81 to '83. VP-30 was next where I had a great time, despite working for a few "E-7's." I wrote the first CNO approved P-3C IFT course, which I'm happy to say they are still teaching today. Had a great time as an instructor. From browsing your pages, I see some of those slugs are still flying!! After 30, spent a sunny year in ASWOC Diego Garica. I do miss the fishing there. My next tour was NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from '88 to 91. That was a very interesting tour working with prototype equipment. To bad they shut down the Update IV program. In December of '91 was transfered to VP-49 until they were disestablished in '94. From there I went to VFA-87, the "Golden Warriors". They didn't really know what to do with a VP sailor, but with in 3 months I was running the IWT shop having a great time. My tour there was cut short when I blew my knee out on the Flight Deck. Back to VP's. This time VP-31 where I stayed until I retired in April of '96. Now I have to work for a living. Glad I spent so much time in VP "Wheels up, Heels up." Had to save my energy for civilan life!!!..." [30JAN98]

SHEALEY, C. W. "Dub" cwshealey1@juno.com "...Retired in 1962 as ATC. Ex RM, ARM, ART, ATC, Ham Radio Call NY4B. I served in VP-56 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and NAS Banana River, Florida (41,42); changed from ARM to ART in ; NATTC Ward Island, Corpus Christi, Tx in 1946; served in VP-74 in Panama; VP-34 in NAS Trinidad, British West Indies; VP-56 (P5M) in NAS Norfolk, Virginia; VRF-31 in NAS Norfolk, Virginia; VS-24, 26, and 27..." [19JAN98]

SHEALY, Dave c/o his son Wayne Shealy WSCMJ@aol.com "...He served in VP-772/VP-17 during the Korean war. He was in crew 8..."

SHEALY, AMS3 Harry hgshealy@intop.net "...I was assigned to VP-28 in NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from May 1967 to November of 1969 when the squadron was decomissioned. While in VP-28 we were in NAS Adak, Alaska and NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan on deployments. I was the duty driver and after I made AMS-3 I went to the check crew and the Airframes shop. After I was reassigned, from December of 1969 to December of 1970, I went to VP-9 in NAS Moffett Field, California. From there I went back to NAS Adak, Alaska. We had 3 planes in Guam and that is where I spent the last three months of a 4 year hitch. Anyone knowing where any of the guys from that time period are please contact me..." [06MAR2001]

SHEARIN, Roger E. reshearin@yahoo.com "...I was a Rigger with VC-4 from 1967 to 1968. I had a good time in the S2 and got lots of flight time. If anyone remembers me - I would love to talk to ya. I am currently at NAS Fallon, Nevada packing the BA-22 parachute..." [31AUG2002]

SHEARY, Doug ddsheary@live.com "...I served with VP-814, VP-815, VP-816 at NAS Twin Cities, Minnesota, VP-67 at NAS Memphis, Tennessee and VO-67- when we transferred E models to Nakhon Phnom. I retired from the Navy Reserve in 2009 after 41 years active and reserve. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [14DEC2011]

SHEEHAN, ADR3 Dennis dshe@aol.com "...I served in VC-5 det NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 1969-1971, both in NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and the det. in DaNang doing COD's. I was an ADR3 and served while LCDR Hollingsworth was the det CO. I remember that Craig Kristopherson was XO at the time. Have been looking on and off for some old friends, Joe Giorandano, Berl Reese, C.James Cress. Anyone still out their?..." [15FEB2001]

SHEEHAN, Steve drtgilljr@sbcglobal.net "......" [24FEB2011]

SHEEHY, LCDR Ken sheehy@pilot.infi.net "...Aloha to my old VP-22 squadron-mates. Left in July '92 for duty in Naples (CTF-67), the as a Shooet on ENTERPRISE. Slotted to return to VP-45 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Ring me up on e-mail if any old Kadena/Misawa buds read this..." [19DEC97]

SHEEHY, AT3 Robert E. Jr. resheehyjr@sesaline.com "...I served with VP-26 as a radioman (AT3) on 10 Hurdy Gurdy, (Easy Baker 10). EB10's CW callsign was 10W71. Regards to all my Shipmates..." [03MAR2007]

SHEETS, AD1 Dennis (Good, Goodie, etc.) sheets@almatel.net "...Served in VP-5 Aug 78-Apr 91. Currently on housewife duty in Waycross, Georgia..."

SHEETS, Douglas E. dsheets@layke.com "...I was in VP-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 1966-1969 and was 1st tech (ATN2) on Crew 2. I haven't kept up much with any of the old folks except Chuck Tonsing who went on to another squadron after I got out. I sure would like to look over some of the yearbooks from that era..." [09OCT2004]

SHEHANE, AZC Don Retired DSHEHANE@BELLSOUTH.NET "...I served with VP-17 from 1974 through 1977. I retired as an AZC in June 1980. I currently work for San Diego Community College as a Contract Instructor for AZ "A" school..." [14NOV2000]

SHELBY, AEC (RET) Allen a.shelby@verizon.net "...I served in VP-47 from 1988-1991. I retired from NAMTRDET 1012 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in 1995. I am now an FAA Aviation Safety Inspector (Avionics) and loving every minute of retirement from the Navy. E-Mail me if you want to trade stories..." [E-Mail Updated 24NOV2001 | E-Mail Updated 15MAY99 | E-Mail Updated 05FEB99 | 05AUG98]

SHELDON, LCDR Henry (Hank) henrysheldon@ameritech.net "...I joined VAW-11 in January of 1963 as a LTjg and departed for the civilian world and a career with United Airlines in June of 1966 as a LT. I joined the Naval Reserves at NAF Andrews, Maryland for about four years, and left the Navy as a LCDR. While in VAW-11 I made the 1963-1964 cruise with Det. Charlie in the USS Kitty Hawk, and the 1964-1965 cruise with Det. Delta in the USS Coral Sea. I attended the first two VAW Reunions which were held in San Diego, and I encourage any VAWers to plan to attend the third reunion which will be held in Pensacola in 2004. Contact Bob Allwine at: Rallwine@aol.com to be put on the mailing list and to get more information on the Reunion..." [25FEB2003]

SHELFORD, AMCS Thomas Retired tshelford@roadrunner.com "...I served with VP-1 (1959-1962) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [E-Mail Updated 12AUG2012 | E-Mail Updated 07MAR2007 | 12DEC2001]

SHELLHAMMER, Keith L. shellhammer_k@yahoo.com "....I flew with the VP-22 Blue Geese flock from 1983 to 1986. Squadron Non Acoustic Training PO and Subic supporter. Crew 6 (and later Crew 1) SS3. I'm looking for some fellow aircrew members if anyone knows some information. Would like to hear from other members of the "Sausage Society" like Dan, Scott, Jessie, Mike ,Ross, Freeman, Nixon, etc. I'm in Southern California (Whittier). See Yaaa!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 12NOV2006 | 26FEB98]

SHELLY, AX2 Robert "Bob" felix13617@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-5 (1962-1964) with deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR,NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I finished my tour as 1st Technician on Crew-6 with LT Jack Higgins and his great crew..." [22OCT2010]

SHELTON, DEAN bkbcards@aol.com"...Hello to all my friends and aquaintances out there. VP-47 64-67; VP-17 67-69; Hal-3 71/72; VP-5 72-74; VP-8 77-80, was an AX to start then AT finnally about to transfer to MA when I left the Nav. Flew radio and radar westpac and east. enjoyed my time. Miss a lot of friends. good fortune to all and keep em airborne. In memory of those we lost*****..."

SHELTON, Douglas E. (Gene) shelton000@aol.com "...I was in VS-30 from November 1953 until August 1956. I was an aviation machinest mate. (Plane Captain). Would like to find some of the people who were there with me. Looking forward to hearing from you..." [23FEB2000]

SHELTON, AOC Robert L. Retired rshelton@nwi.net "...Joined VP-40 approximately June 1963 at NS Sangley Point, Philippines. We flew the P5M Marlin. First time in Vietnam was January 1964 flying recon. Stayed in VP-48 till August 1966 (3 month invol extension). Got out and came back into VA-94 NAS Lemoore, California. Transferred to AIMD NAS Atsugi, Japan 1967 thru 1971 and then to VP-19 P-3A's. 1974 taught SERE School at Warner Springs, "B" school and then back to VP-48 ran 1st Lt till I made AOC and then ran night check maintenance. 1981 Navy recruiting until retirement July 1983. OOPS! - went back as a Temac Recruiter in Wenatchee, WA 1984-1985 and finally happily retired..." [01JUN2003]

SHELTON, AD1 Roger H. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=2888 "...AD-1 Roger H. Shelton, USN - NFL Number: 2888 - Date of Birth: 10/11/1921 - Date In: 1/1/1939 - Date Out: 1/1/1959 - City, State: Millington, TN - School Attended: Memphis State - Aircraft Flown: PB4Y-1, PB4Y2, TBM, PBM, B-17 - Ship or Unit: VPB-101 - Pilot Desg.: Combat Air Crew - Associations/Service Organizations: Fleet Reserve VFW 7175 - Highest personal decoration or award: Air Medal (1 star) - Significant Achievements: Shot down twice in 18 days. Crew rode planes down and walked away- no injuries. VPB-101 operated from Islands of Manus, Morotai and Tacloban. In Memoriam? No..." [02DEC2005]

SHELTON, AK1 Sherry tjs@conch.net "...been in VP-5 this time around from Mar 94 to DEC 97, before that I was at FASO Cecil Field from 90-94, VP-5 from 86-90, Nas Norfolk VA from 84-86, VP-19 from 82-84, and VT-22 from 80-82...I am now stationed at OPS/OMD in Key West..." [Updated 24DEC97] [ICQ# 6317501]

SHEPARD, MCPO Keith Retired kndshepard@gmail.com "...I served with VC-1 SAR (UH-34D & SH-3G) Helo Crewman at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1970 to 1973, P-3 FE School at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1974 to 1975, VP-9 FE at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1975 to 1978, Naval Air Maintenance Training Detachment (1012) at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1978 to 1981, VP-5 FE at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1981 to 1985, Defense Language Institute (DLI) Presidio of Monterey, Ca from 1985 to 1986, FE Exchange Program German Navy from 1986 to 1990 and VX-1 Maintenance Master Chief at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 1990 to 1993..." [26MAY2010]

SHEPHERD, AD2 Royce shepbuil@windstream.net "...I served with VP-19 from 1952 to 1954 with deployments to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NAS Agana, Guam and NAS Atsugi, Japan. I was Plane Captain of Crew-11 during our deployment to NAS Atsugi, Japan in 1954 when our Skipper's (CDR John Booth WAYNE) aircraft was shot down by Soviet fighters approximately 40 miles off the Siberian coast on September 4th, 1954..." [E-Mail Updated 21MAY2011 | E-Mail Updated 18NOV2001 | 14AUG98]

SHEPPARD, Carl B. c/o His Son Philip Sheppard sheppard@hargray.com "...Looking for any information or stories about my father, Carl B. Sheppard, who served with VPB-53 on Green Island during 1945. Thanks!..." [24SEP2000]

SHERMAN, Glenn A. Shermgerm9@aol.com "...I was in VAW/VAQ-33 from 1965-1969 stationed at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. I went on 2 det cruises, 1967 det-11 aboard the USS Intrepid,1968 aboard the USS Independence and in 1966 took part in the Gemini recovery operation aboard the USS Wasp. In memory of 2 friends who lost thier lives in 1968 in my squadron,on the USS Independence cruise. ADR-2 James W Carter& AE2 John R Walter Jr..." [26NOV2000]

SHERMAN, K. B. asa66@charter.net "...Served 28 years Navy and Naval Reserve; retired in 1995. PPTC, PPMC VP-1: 69-72. P-3B baseline RTU-92: 72-74. SP-2H ("Two turning and two burn...er...make that ONE turning and THREE burning...!") VP-92: 81-91. P-3A, P-3B TACNAVMOD Vegetable Training Unit: 91-95 ("Donuts secured, sir!") VP-1 25 Year Reunion, Bellingham, WA, July 97. Great Time! Looking for any "lost" VP-1 squadronmates, spouses, families..." [E-Mail Updated 25MAY2000 | 22JAN98]

SHERMAN, Maurice lazymho@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-47 from September 1959 to June 1962. I was Panel Operator aboard RD-11 during the 1959/1960 NAS Iwakuni, Japan Cruise and RD-4 when RAD in June of 1962..." [02OCT2006]

SHERMAN, Mike c/o his friend Adrin Farley adrinfar@mindspring.com "...I am looking for former Shipmate Michael Mahoney - VAQ-33 NAS Norfolk, Virginia 1972 - 1975, Mike, if you are out there somewhere, e-mail me at this friends address..." [21JUL98]

SHERMAN, CWO4 Neil Retired nsherman39@comcast.net "...I served with VP-11, NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1966-1970. I was an aircrewman first on P2V-7 then P-3B as a Jez operator. I arrived as an AW3 and left as an AW1. I also served in VP-17 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1974-77. This was during my time as an AWC-AWCS. I flew as a Jez operator and also served as the AW Division Officer. I was in VP-48 at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1982-1986 as a CWO4. I flew as a NAV/COMM, TACCO, and MC on P-3C. Made all the deployments in all the squadrons..." [E-Mail Updated 09FEB2007 | E-Mail Updated 19MAY2006 | E-Mail Updated 28OCT2002 | 07SEP2000]

SHERRON, Keith ksherron@gmail.com "...I am looking for anyone who served with VU-10 during 1963-64 and may have known AOAA Fred Pauschert. Please contact me via email if you have any information..." [04JAN2005]

SHERRY, AMH3 Donald D. "Shaky" donshakey@gmail.com "...I served with VP-50 (1966-1967) with a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines when we lost the SG-13 (SEE: In Memorial for lost friends January 6th, 1967). The only dark grey P5M in the squadron of gull grey P5M's..." [E-Mail Updated 28NOV2012 | 05MAR2008]

SHERWOOD, George GSherwood@compuserve.com "...Served with VP-26 and VP-46..." WEBSITE: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/gsherwood [WebSite Updated 20SEP98]

SHERWOOD, J.R. jresor@galesburg.net "...I was a member of VP-23 April 68 - March 71 made deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily (2) & NS Rota, Spain. I was an AE & also on crew until transition to the P-3. I would enjoy hearing from former squadron members..." [25JAN99]

SHERWOOD, John M. "Jack" bigrigxpress@aol.com "...I was amazed that VXN-8 is here. Many fond memories have been rekindled and laughed when I saw Bill Strumfelds name on a picture credit, worked with him on swingshift, powerplants. How the years have flown by, what a crew of "AD's" we had, especially Tony Zemitis, the "Boss". Additionally, some of the dates on the pictures can be cleared up, the photo of 141325 at a unknown field is actually NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal-date 1969..." [07JUL2002]

SHERWOOD, John R. jsherwood@carolina.rr.com "...VP-56 from Feb. 1969 - Nov. 1971; Mel Meltzer's and Mike Korbet's crew; Navigation and Line Division Officer. VP-62 from June 1972 - Nov. 1981; Bob Crocci's, Jerry Lang's and my own crew. Retired as CDR in 1989 from MARDEZLANT, Charleston, SC. Would enjoy hearing from shipmates. Remain in contact with several from VP-62 and VP-56..." [E-Mail Updated 05APR2000 | 05APR99]

SHETTERLY, Donald L. donshetter@aol.com "...I was a U. S. Army Crew member and served with VQ-2 in Adana Turkey, Incirlick Air Force Base TDY to NS Rota, Spain, Hawaii, NAS Midway Island and Tripoli, Libya..." [11AUG2014]

SHEW, Billy D. "Willie" dadjet44@AOl.com "...I was in VP-28 out of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1960 to 1961. Went to Lakehurst, NJ for Parachute Riggers school. Ordered to VP-2 in 1963. Spent the next two years at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and deployed twice to NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Was in NAS Kodiak, Alaska for the big earthquake in 65, what a rush. Finally got back to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and back to the Land of Oz..." [09NOV2001]

SHEW, Bobby L. blshew@cox.net "...I served with VP-28 (1957-1959), "A" School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, NAS Miramar, California, VP-2 (1962-1966), VP-30 FE (1965-1970), VP-56 as NATOPS FE and retired December 1970. My brother, PR3 Willie Shew, passed away in 2006. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 16APR2012 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 29NOV99 | 13DEC97]

SHIELDS, AT Curtis R. crshields@tds.net "...I served with VP-18 (Crew-8) from late 1953 to September 1955. Our CO was CDR W. H. Ruth and (when I left) CDR Straker. We were deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland when my tour of duty was finished in September of 1955. Some of my close friends in the squadron at the time were Don Rizzolo, Clyde Peterson, Leon Mills and Jim Schott (all AT's). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09NOV2009 | 06JAN98]

SHIELDS, AD2 David davecarolyns@yahoo.com "...I served in VP-5 1953-1954 as aircraft check crew leader. I live near Reading, Pa. where the Mid Atlantic Air Museum has a restored P2V-5 that still flies occasionally (SEE: Last A.S.W. Equipped Flying P2V-7 Neptune). It brings back fond memories every time I see it..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28JAN2009]

SHIELDS, David M. DMS59Dart@aol.com "...I joined VP-46 as my first active duty station after Aviation Electronics (Com/Nav) School in 1960. I was attached to the Electronics Shop and started flying and schooling in Radar and ASW. I was the radar operator on the P5M-1 Marlins out of NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I joined an aircrew just after the crew almost shot itself down in a rocket run on Castle Rock on San Clemente Island. The radome had to be replaced and instead of the normal white, the plane had a blue nose. The bird was nicknamed the Blue Nose Goose. In short order the Seaplanes were phased out and word was that we were going to get the new P-3V Orion Patrol Bombers. First, was the transition to P2V-5 Neptunes and then P2V-7's. I remember modifing all the electronics on these planes with an everlasting list of SAMI's and CAMI's. I was one of the first crew members trained in Lockheed Burbank for Avionics in the P-3V Orion's and upon accepting the new planes the squadron was transfered to NAS Moffett Field, California. In the new planes, I became the Julie/Jezabel Operator and backed up the radar tech. I was the electronics crew chief. Our crew became an Alpha Crew. I remained in the squadron until the squadron was to be deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska and was released to home service in April 1964. My last job was to sit in a jeep at the end of the runway, until the last crew, airborne for Alaska, radioed back that they would not be returning. I have many, many good memories and no reqrets..." [29OCT99]

SHIELDS, AMEC Gerald "Jerry" Retired ontheriver1937@hughes.net "...I served with VP-1 (1962-1965) as a crew member/PC or now known as Flight Engineer. I am looking for a picture of one of my old P2 BUNO: 135555 (I believe was the BUNO). I am trying to put together an album of all AC worked on in 21 years In the Navy..." [E-Mail Updated 29JAN2013 | 06JAN2003]

SHIELDS, Robert G. "Dad" oshiel@comcast.net "...I served aboard the USS Curtiss (AV-4) and USS Kenneth Whiting (AV-14) from 1950 to 1954. We participated in Operation Greenhouse and servicing planes over in Korea. I was washed overboard two seperate times. Anyone remembering me, please drop me a line..." [26JAN2008]

SHIELDS, AK3 Steve wvhiker@gmail.com "...I served aboard NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam (09/1968-08/1969) working in the rotable pool with Ken Lentz from Michigan and Don from Maryland and NAF Det Tan Son Nhut (09/1969-05/1970) working in Supply with Monty Richardson and Ken Lentz..." [15DEC2011]

SHIELDS, AT2 William A. BillyBear@Alltel.net "...Joined the U.S. Navy in 1974 and served until 1980. I served on board the USS Saratoga, and then after the Sara, I served with VP outfits like VP-62, VP-30, and VP-5. I worked in the AT-Shop, and performed the duties of an IFT..." [16JUL2002]

SHIMKO, Joe touhy20nml@aol.com "...I was a second class Hospital Corpsman attached to the squadron while at NAS Glenview, Illinois from August 1971 to Febrary 14, 1975. I currently reside in Orlando florida and am married with 3 children and two grandchildren. Would enjoy hearing from some of you. Has anyone heard from HM1 Gary Ferko?..." [30JUN2007]

SHINDEHITE, YN2 Gary gmbshin@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-30 (Admin Yeoman) from October 1969 to November 1970. I was discharged in 1973..." [27JUL2009]

SHIPLEY, AOCS Aaron aashipley@hotmail.com "...Started in VP-10 (1984-1987); FASO SERE Instructor, (1987-1991); Headed west to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, VP-1 (1991-1994); Headed north to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, CPW-10 (1994-1997); Then took the leap, headed to Yokosuka, Japan to the USS Independence (CV 62)(1997-1998 DECOMM); Crossdecked to the USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) bringing her back to Japan (1998-2000); Now back in NAS Brunswick, Maine with CPRW-5. Great to be home.... One Team...One Direction!!! Drop a line..." [10DEC2000]

SHIPLEY, George (Deceased) c/o His Son Lou Shipley biglou@t-online.de "...My father, George Shipley, was assigned to VP-42 during WWII. He was a radio operator and I have a small photo of the "Radio Gang". George died in 1989. Some of the stories he told me over the years was that his PBY was shot down three times; he only suffered a bad cut on the chin. One of his old comrades, Sam Peck, visited us when I was around eight years old. If anyone remembers him please contact me..." [19DEC2001]

SHIRA, DTP1 Glenn Retired ghshira17@gmail.com "...I served with FASRON-107 (12/1959-02/1961) at NAS Keflavik, Iceland in Supply and NAS North Island, San Diego, California to DT School. Retired February 1979 and now living in the Ozarks of Missouri..." [E-Mail Updated 20JUN2014 | 15NOV2011]

SHIREMAN, Ted tedelm@aol.com"...Was a photo-mate first in VPW-2 at Sangley Point and then VPM-1 at Agana, Guam. ('46/47) Would like to hear from all sqdn members...Later, from 59-62 was in the Barrier Squadron out of Barber's Point as an ATC (Don't ask) flying Radar equipped Connies. Retired in '62..."

SHIREMAN, ATC (X-PHC) Ted Retired Shipmate Pix Circa 02AUG1947 tedelm@aol.com "...Was a photo-mate first in VPW-2 at NS Sangley Point, Philippines and then VPM-1 at NAS Agana, Guam (1946 through 1947). Would like to hear from all sqdn members. Later (1959-1962) was in the Barrier Squadron out of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as an ATC (don't ask) flying Radar equipped Connies. Retired in 1962..."

SHIRER, Glenn gshirer_villagecocoronado@yahoo.com "...I served with NATU (Naval Aircraft Torpedo Unit) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1959 to 1963..." [12NOV2009]

SHIRLEY, AOCM Don Retired big-don1@hotmail.com "...I served with VS-38 (03/1956-06/1958). Checked in from AO"A" School as an AOAN, made AO2 before transferring to the USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) in 1958. Flew as a radar/Mad/ECM Operator on WestPac cruise on USS Princeton (CV-37) (1957-1958)..." [04NOV2011]

SHIRLEY, AT3 Jimmie Charles jcshirley701@sbcglobal.net "...I served with FASRON-117 (12/1952-12/1954) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii / NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and VR-3 at NAS Moffett Field, California. I will be 80 years old in October and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 13MAR2012 | BIO Updated 01DEC2008 | E-Mail Updated 10MAY2008 | E-Mail Updated 22FEB2008 | 26DEC2007]

SHIVELY, Loyd E. lb@interpath.com "...I was with PBM Squadron VP-208 that flew into Tokyo Bay September 2, 1945. My plane Commander was Lt. H. J. Grimes. I would like to hear from any of that crew that is still around. By the way Eden at that time was Leaksville, Spray, and Draper N.C..." [13JUN99]

SHIVELY, Neil H. nshively@verizon.net "...Checking out history of VP-8, my squadon out of NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1951 to 1954. We deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco (not to mention notorious Vieques off Puerto Rico), now noting end of Iclandic relationshp where VP-8 and its Neptune P2V-5, 6, 7s served during Cold War. Any Shipmates, Conroy, Donahue, Thompson, Lynch, Brammer in touch?..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 30NOV2006 | 28JUL2003]

SHIVER, AMH Nuvel nshiver@aol.com "...I served with VP-23 from January 1967 until June 1970. I was in the airframe shop as AMH with Floyd Staples and Chief Black . Had many great trips to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and other points. We had the powerhouse softball team with the all Navy battery of John Littleton and Charlie Fields. I had the opportunity to play with them as third baseman. NAS Sigonella, Sicily made us break up and be drafted onto their teams the second tour there. Seeing the names of former Shipmates sure brings back many fond memories. Wish I knew then what I know now. Drop me a line and say hello..." [29SEP2004]

SHIVES, PR2 ERIC Shivese@slidell.disa.mil "...I WAS STATIONED IN VP-90 FROM 81-87 AND WAS A PR2 AT THE TIME..." [E-Mail Updated 07FEB2002 | 21JAN99]

SHOCKLEY, AMS1 Charles (Chuck) Retired cshockley@automark.net "...I served in VP-19 from January 1979 until June 1982, P.I. Express Flies Again. Spend some in beautiful NSF Diego Garcia, 99 days on the rock as I recall, I retired from active duty in September 1998 and I am loving it. Left 19 and went to Key West Fla to VA-45 then to NAS Jacksonville, Florida stayed there until 1985, going to the USS I Don't Like Ike (USS Dwight D Eisenhower) made one cruise there, VA-42 Nas Oceana from 90 to 93 hated it damn Buffalo's passed planes to the gulf. Next stop USS America wonderful old lady she was made the last one for her, sorry to see her leave, HC-2 was my final resting spot mail boys for the Gulf. Look forward to hearing for anyone at VP-19 during the time I was on board. Fair winds to all..." [18APR2002]

SHOEMAKER, PR3 Douglas dshoemaker4@triad.rr.com "...I served with VP-10 from January 1971 to July 1973 at NAS Brunswick, Maine. We deployed to both NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Bermuda. I would love to hear from any Shipmates that served with me during this time..." [11SEP2008]

SHOGREN, AE3 Ronald shogir2@bresnan.net "...I was in VP-47 from August 1962 to August 1964. I was an AE3 and also was the squadron's logs & records yeoman in 1964..." [07OCT2006]

SHONTZ, Thomas tommynav@aol.com "...I served with VP-48 from January 1969 to September 1969 and deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska. I really enjoyed the P-3 aircraft. I live in Pittsburgh, PA ever since and am still working. Enjoy going to air shows and the WWII weekend in Reading, PA. Thank you all for your service..." [20AUG2009]

SHOOK, Gary B. jgshook@kih.net "...I am looking for Shipmates from VP-21 from 1967-69 when we were decommissioned. I then went to VP-26 until I was discharged in February 1971. I was stationed out of NAS Brunswick, Maine. I am especially looking for Brian Munger, Bob Dan, Dale Wolfe, and Aubry Kesterson. Please respond if you were stationed with me..." [23MAY99]

SHOOPMAN, MA1(AC) Kevin kevin.shoopman@navy.mil "...I served with VP-40 CAC-6 from 83-86. I would love to hear from anyone I served with then. I am now a MA1(AC) with NAS Lemoore, California SECDET. Long story about my round about trip in the US Navy..." [20JUN2005]

SHOPE, Gene genesflyline@aol.com "...I served with VP-26 1953-56 NAS Brunswick, Maine. I was on crew 12. Six weeks after I got out #12 went down in NAS Brunswick, Maine. Would like to hear from anyone..." [12JAN2002]

SHORT, Herb hshort@maine.rr.com "...I served with VP-30, NAS North Island, San Diego, California, attended schools in NAS Millington, Tennessee and later joined VP-56 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (1968 through 1970) as an ASW aircrewman. I was assigned to Crew 6 ("Crew Grit"). We were the first squadron to receive the P-3C Orion with the Honeywell computer system. I remember weeks and weeks of classroom training on the new equipment. I was involved in deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and even got a trip to Stavanga, Norway. Only accumulated 700 flight hours but I enjoyed every minute of them. Took an early discharge and was temporarily attached to VP-31 when VP-56 deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [BIO Updated 22MAR2010 | E-Mail Updated 19MAR2010 | 10APR2003]

SHORT, Jack R. jackshort@sbcglobal.net "...I came from VP-27 to FASRON-895 in 1950 to 1952. I think I was the only regular Navy in the group..." [18DEC2006]

SHORTER, Sammie J. sammiejshorter0@gmail.com "...I served with VP-67 (1981-1998) at NAS Memphis, Tennessee..." [18AUG2016]

SHORTLIDGE, CAPTAIN George Retired shorty@swithin.com "...I was commissioned an Ensign in June, 1941. After two years in PBY's, SNB's and PV1's as an instructorand 18 months as a PPC in the PV1 ASW Squadron VB-143. I started PB4Y training at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas, in November of 1943. Variously traind there, NAS Jacksonville, Florida and Camp Kearney, California. I was designated a PPC in PV1's in September,1943 and a PPC in PB4Y's on June 8, 1945. We made a TransPac on May 29, 1945. There we reported into Fleet Training Squadron 2, I believe it was, at MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. We reported into VPB-118 on Yontan Field, Okinawa, on July 9, 1945, as a replacement crew. All of the above was garnered from my Navy log-books..." [E-Mail Updated 13AUG99 | 27JUN99]

SHOTWELL, Ron "Shots" budwic@sbcglobal.net "...Was with VP-42 from 3/65 to3/67 in supply, and tad to special services in Iwakuni Japan. also the same guy that worked supply during night check. Can remember cold nights looking at the guys on ramp watch while I read a book in the nice warm office....sorry guys. Would like to hear from anyone who remembers me....or wants to forget me!..." [E-Mail Updated 03DEC2008 | E-Mail Updated 06OCT98 | 06JAN98]

SHOUBROUEK, Barry Van bvandtinst@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-69 from 1979 to 1984 and worked in w/c 210 and aircrew. Had some really great times and miss the area a lot..." [10JUN2007]

SHOULTZ, W. T. jo_t86@yahoo.com "...I was in VQ-2 in 1958 when we had to move out of North Africa NS Rota, Spain. I served as flight elect on the P4M and spent two tours in Turkey. I was aboard #365 that we lost in "59" as far as naples before I had to return to NS Rota, Spain..." [18MAR2005]

SHOUP, E. E. "Gene" genes599b@hotmail.com "...Attended AO School, served with VP-22 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1953 to 1955 (flew with Crew-12), left Navy from 1956 to 1959, returned with VAW-11 from 1960 to 1963, attended AT School, VF-124, AT B school, snapped up by the Submarine Service, Polaris Missile Training(Navigation Field Specialty) then submarine school and served aboard the USS Patrick Henry (SSBN-599), USS Sam Houston (SSBN-609) and USS Ethan Allen (SSBN-608) and retired in 1977 while attached to the Submarine Training Center, Pearl Harbor, HI..." [10JUN2011]

SHOVER, Jim (Spanky) jshover@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-11 from Sept 80 to Dec 86 as Acoustic Sensor Operator. CPW-11 Special Projects, HSL-40,42, COMHSLWINGLANT. Retired 1995. Leaving in Jacksonville. Working as a contractor in support of CNO Project BEARTRAP. Give me an email. Lovin Eleven, the best P-3 squadron ever..." [05FEB98]

SHOWALTER, Robert "Rob" robertsh@aplsnet.com "...I was attached to VP-11 from '89-'92 I was an IFT on CAC-1 for the whole tour and VPU-2 from '92-'93..." [01JUN98]

SHOWELL, Ronald Shortstickcapt@aol.com "...I served in VP-31 from mid 1960 to January 1964. Flew in P5s as crewmember. I would like to hear from John Danials, Rabbitt, and Willie Brown. Those were the good days..." [25OCT2001]

SHRADER, Julie (White) jules38_29@hotmail.com "...I served aboard NAS Moffett Field, California in Supply from August 1987 to December 1990. I mMarried AW2 Robert White of VP-50..." [25MAR2011]

SHREK, AD2 George ggshreks2f@windstream.net "...I served with VA-HM-13 (1957-1958) and flew as Plane Captain aboard LR-10. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [10APR2014]

SHREVE, Richard N. Rvah3@hotmail.com "...I served with RVAH-3 at NAS Albany, Georgia. I worked in Air Frames as an AMH-3 from 1972-1974. If anyone remembers me, please e-mail..." [E-Mail Updated 06NOV2002 | E-Mail Updated 07JUN2001 | 18MAY2000]

SHRIVER, ADR John R. Retired judyralph@juno.com "...I served with VW-1 from 1953-1955 AT NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and VW-11 from 1962-1964 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. I would like to hear from anyone who I served with. I have great memories of those time..." [06JAN2000]

SHRYOCK, AT2 Charles M. III shryock@erols.com "...I have been a member of the VQ-1 family since I got orders after attending Aviation Electronics School in Memphis, TN during the Summer of 1967 (I was the Honorman in both sessions). I can tell you that I am very proud to say this and I would like to share stories with any of you who may remember me (or think you do). I worked with Special Projects (LTV Rep Mr. White) and Mr. Christman and Lt. Temple and many, many others for whom I have great respect and fond memories. I really believe that my time there was one of the best periods in my life; I learned and experienced more than I could ever tell again. I believe that my tour of duty was honorable and valuable to our Nation. When I returned home in 1970 (after being turned down to ship for 6 - but only if VQ-1 could be my assignment which BUPERS said was not permissible), I really did not speak about my experiences to anyone other than persons in the VETS Club on Campus, years later. The Country was not really ready for us; however, the last few weeks have re-kindled my desire to communicate with my friends and again, I welcome hearing from anyone interested, especially my crew members and all others in the Squadron during my tour of Duty. Yes, I remember going from NAS Atsugi, Japan to Tainan to Bankok to DaNang to the PI (to wash our plane) and then back to DaNang then to Korat and back to DaNang and then to the PI again and back to DaNang and then to Tainan and back to NAS Atsugi, Japan. I made that trip on many occasions (I really remember 10-10 day in Tainan in 1968). Well, I guess I will go now and wait to hear from YOU! Best wishes..." [15APR2001]

SHRYOCK, AT1 George deolslyfox@yahoo.com "...I served with VAW-11 (1964-1967) Det Delta aboard the USS Constellation, VX-1 (1968-1971) at NAS Key West, Florida, and flew as IFT on Crew-5 with Chief J. T. Strickland and ADJ1 Joe Logue, VP-49 (1971-1972) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I left the Navy and worked for Lockheed for nearly 26 years and now working at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland on the E-6B program. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 05JUL2015 | 25APR2001]

SHUART, AT1 Jerry M. c/o his son David R. Shuart d16940shua@aol.com "...My father AT1 Jerry M. Shuart served from 1947 to 1968 in various squadrons. VP-112 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, VP-9 Cecil Field, VP-32 NAS Norfolk, Virginia, VP-176 NAS Jacksonville, Florida, VP-109 NAS Jacksonville, Florida, VP-6 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, VP-10 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, and VP-9 Sanford, Fl. If you know him please let me know..." [20APR99]

SHUBERT, Jacque 9mmuzi@adelphia.net "...After graduating from Aviation Electronics "A" School, Memphis in 1949, I was sent to FAETUPAC NAS North Island, San Diego, California where I received additional training. I was then sent to FASRON-8 NAS Alameda, California and later joined TF-77, USS Antietam CV-36 during the Korean War..." [13JUN2003]

SHUCK, Ken kenshuck@cableone.net "...I served as an AT3 in VP-42 from the fall of 1959 until I got an early out in March of 1961. Although I never was a crewman because of my vision I enjoyed a half-set of skins and my work on ARC-38s and ARC-27s..." WebSite: http://www.cessna150.net [E-Mail/URL Updated 03JUN2001 | 31MAY99]

SHULTZ, Don "Buck" c/o Vikki Butler rayandvikki@msn.com "...My brother, Don "Buck" SHULTZ, served with VP-22 as part of the Flight Crew (CE-2) on a P2V-4 during the Korean war. He was stationed on Okinawa. He remembers Pappy Iverson and a guy named Tilford that was called "Tilly". It would mean so much to him to be in contact with any of the guys he flew with. If anyone can give me any information I surely would appreciate it. Sincerely, Vikki Butler...." [18JAN2009]

SHUM, Richard reshum@vermontel.net "...Served with VP-42 from 1967-1969. Made two NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam deployments flying with Crew-7. Would like to hear from any of the old gang..." [02JAN2006]

SHUMAN, Arnold Baer "A.B." squarerollbars@yahoo.com "...I'm a VP-23 refugee, having served with the Seahawks from 11/64 thru 9/67. I was flabbergasted to see my old a/c, LJ2 BUNO: 141250, pictured on this site as the surrogate for all P-2s. Makes a guy kinda humble. I understand that VP still does..." [E-Mail Updated 27MAY2005 | 10FEB98]

SHURILLA, Timothy timnavy8186@msn.com "...Was stationed at VT-26 81-83, worked in the line division as Plane Captain..." [02MAR2009]

SHYER, Eric B. mapper1231@fairpoint.net "...I served with VAH-21 (1968 to 1969) and VP-5 (1969 to 1971). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 02MAY2010 | E-Mail Updated 22FEB98 | 21JUL98]


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