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Memorial Picture "...SILLER, Arnold F...I am the daughter of Arnold Francis Siller, Ret. CPO. who served on the USS Albemarle (AV-5) as their meterologist. I've tried to find him listed in the crew book and he wasn't there. I remember celebrating my birthday along with my mother and sister on the USS Albemarle (AV-5) approximately sometime in June, I believe in 1957. I was hoping to find someone who served with my dad and remembers the birthday party. My dad, Arnold F. Siller, retired from NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey in 1960. I'm sorry to report that dad died on January 30, 1987 of Lung Cancer. Dad joined the Navy in 1940 at the age of 17 to serve in WWII and retired in 1960. Dad went on to be a meterologist with Federal Government serving at Wallops Island, VA. Then when his duty there ended in 1965, the Government transferred dad to Lexington, KY as a meterologist at Bluegrass Airport until he retired in 1978 and returned to New England, Milton, NH where he was put to rest in Milton Mills Cemetary in 1987..." Contributed by Judy Ellen Siller tinkerintink@yahoo.com [10MAR2010]

Memorial Picture "...SILVERMAN, Herbert...Looking for information on my wife's uncle S3C Herbert Silverman, now deceased (spent life in VA hospital after WWII). Served with VB-101, PATSU 1-2 at Munda Point, Solomon Islands. Had a commendation for helping to save a DD in 1943. He apparently spent several days in the water. Returned to NAS Alameda, California 11/22/44. Attended Aviation Maaintainence in Chicago (Great Lakes?), and aeiral gunnery in Jacksonville. Any help aprreciated...Tom Mc Hugh tom66f@aol.com..." [04JAN2005]

Memorial Picture "...SIMPSON, Albert William...My father, Albert William Simpson, served with VPB-143 and flew a PB4Y-2 out of MCBH Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates that may have known my Father. Kenneth Lyon Simpson simpson.construction@yahoo.com..." [28DEC2009]

Memorial Picture "...SIMPSON, AT1 Harold W. "Johnny and Pockets"...I am AT1 Harold W. Simpson's oldest son. I thought that his former squadron mates would like to know that Harold who was known as "Johnny" and I understand as "pockets" and served in VR-21 during the 1950's passed away on June 29, 2009, at Fort Smith, Arkansas of heart failure. Harold often spoke of his time with VR-21 and how much he enjoyed attending Reunions. He elected to discontinue his medications and accept his fate and in doing so he died with great dignity and courage..." Contributed by Robert E. Simpson rsimpsonlaw@aol.com [31JUL2010]

Memorial Picture "...SIMPSON, Richard...My husband, Richard Simpson, served with VP-17. He recently passed away from lung cancer. I am interested in anyone from VP-17 who was on NAS Adak, Alaska in early 1985 who may remember sweeping up asbestos that drifted off the ceiling in the hanger they were using..." Contributed by Jean Simpson jmwallig@yahoo.com [11OCT2013]

Memorial Picture "...SIRECI, Mario Sireci...My Dad passed away on December 12, 2000. He served in the Navy for 33 years. He had broken service and served on active duty and in the reserves and retired from active duty in 1974. He was stationed in VP-11 at MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii during the December 7th, 1941 attack. He spoke often and fondly of his days at MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. His funeral was with full military honors, and we laid him down in his dress uniform...Sonny Sireci msireci@optonline.net..." [20JAN2001]

SIBERT, AMH2 D. P. DENNYROSE@SSSNET.COM "...I served in the Navy from 1967 through 1971 and spent from August 1969 to October 1971 in VP-24 out of NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I made (2) deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I'm proud to have been a "VP" sailor..." [20JUL2000]

SIBLIK, ATN Charles T. chuckro82369@genevaonline.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1967-1970) in the ECM Shop with EW operator Brigand Willys, Whales and The Old Hong Kong. Some of the best people I have ever met in my life. Attended 2 Reunions with Shipmates and a 3rd to be held in Hyannis, MA in September. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [11AUG2014]

SIDEL, PNC(AW) Phyllis PSIDEL@juno.com "...Attached to VP-49 from December 1986 to July 1991. Currently stationed at VAW-113 onboard MCAS Miramar, CA..."

SIDES, SN Vernil H. clrpierce5@aol.com "...I served aboard NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England (1944) and worked in the Ordinance Department and NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1943-1945). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [17JUN2014]

SIDLEY, Bernie (Bear) BernieBear00@aol.com "...I served with VP-56 from 1963-1966 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia..." [21MAR2001]

SIECINSKI, Jim jsiecinski@tampabay.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1956 to 1958..." [17JUL2009]

SIEDSCHLAG, RM Chuck chucklag@frontiernet.net "...I was stationed at NAS Trinidad, British West Indies from December 1961 to October 1964. I was an RM. A lot of changes took place, from moving the main gate, to the beach hut and the 1000W WVDI radio station. I am looking for a RM Steve Walbert (ComSoLant) and YNC Bill Williams (ComSoLant). The only aircraft we had then was a HU16D. No squadrons or anything. The jungle was taking over the old hospital area. I understand that the base was turned over to the Trinidian Navy when it was decommed..." [13MAY2004]

SIEDSCHLAG, Scott scat1130@bellsouth.net "...I was stationed at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR from 1989 thru 1995. 1989-1992 at VC-8 and 1992-1995 at AIMD..." [01AUG2007]

SIEGEL, PO3 Ira IKE21@aol.com "...I served from April 1963 through April 1965 with VP-16, The War Eagles. We were in NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, and a few other short stays, like the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal for fun. I left in April with the rate of a Third Class Petty Officer. I really enjoyed my time served and I am proud to say that I served my country..." [23JUL2002]

SIEGEL, AX3 Richard "Dick" dick_siegel@comcast.net "...I served with VP-45 (11/67-10/1969). I flew with Crew-23 as primary Radar/Mad and secondary Radios. Was aboard LN-20 as a passenger on June 2nd, 1969 at NAS Adak, Alaska along with about fifteen other guys. I guess we were all lucky (Aborted take-off - aircraft lost) that morning..." [09DEC2012]

SIEGFRIED, Hank handsomedudesc@yahoo.com "...I served with ZW-1 and VP-56 (1956-1961). Awarded aircrew wings while flying many hours in ZPG-2 and ZPG-3 airships as Radioman and Electronics Tech..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09FEB2013 | 04FEB2007]

SIEGLER, Harold R. "Sieg" harry@siegler.net "...I served with VP-932 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from February 1957 to 1959. At that time, VP-932's aircraft were "The Truculent Turtles", the P2V-5..." [07JUL2009]

SIENER, Nicholas nsiener@charter.net "...I served with VP-16 (1969-1973) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with seveal deployments to the Med and two UNITAS Detachments to South America. I flew with Crew-22 and Crew-30. I am currently living in Mandeville, LA. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [27MAY2012]

SIERENS, ACC Jack Retired jtsier1@verizon.net "...Shipmates! I joined VP-206 in October 1943 and was with the squadron until disestablishment at NAS Elizabeth City, NC. I have had contact with a few old Shipmates from VP-206 including Spinks, Jedrusch, Dupuis, and Galutia. I also receive newsletters from Westcott. If any of you old guys stumble across this please contact me..." [E-Mail Updated 10MAR2004 | 29OCT98]

SIESS, James R. svsp@yhti.net "...I served with VP-48 from 1963 to June 1965. We had a great time it only seems like yesterday (except I can't remember everyones name). I hope to attend the next Reunion..." [19AUG2003]

SIEVE, ADRC AL Retired sievegm@AOL.com "...I flew with VP-44 in Crew 8 and Crew 4. According to my log book a LT Thomas was the PPC of Crew 8 in November 1965 and in February 1966. A LT Farrell was PPC of Crew 4. My lst 12.4 hr flight with VP-44 was with LT Farrell on April 6th, 1966. VP-44 total F/E time 280.8 hrs. Plus a total F/E time at flight testing P-3V-1 Buno 148883 Lac #4001 237.4 hrs. My total P-3 hrs are not great but I've seen my share..." [11FEB2002]

SIFFORD, Jerry L. JSIF98@AOL.COM "...I was in VP-56 in 1958. By buddy Steve Dolton was in VP-44 at the same time. I enjoyed your site very much. I flew for 2 and 1/2 years..." [15AUG2000]

SIGLER, LCDR Steve Retired Stevesigler@compuserve.com "...VXN-8 74-77 (the good years), then on to recruiting in ABQ, VP-19, Monterrey, VP-48, NAS Moffett Field, California -- now trying to stay warm while flying DC-9's with Northwest Airlines out of Minneapolis, MN...Was in VP-48 from 85-87 as Training, Maintenance, and then Operations Officer. Went to NAS Moffett Field, California to fly the King Air and play golf. Now play golf while I fly with Northwest Airlines. Life is Good!.....Life is Good!..." [05JAN99]

SIGLEY, CTI(NAC) Alisha zigtig-er@rocketmail.com "...I was stationed at VP-23 NAS Brunswick, Maine for a little under 2 years (91-92). I was AK2 prior to cross-rating to CTI(NAC). I hope life is treating everyone well. I would love to hear from lost friends. Ciao for now..." [06JUL2001]

SIGNORELLI, Jerry fishy4607@aol.com "...After reading all the e-mails I guess I might be the only one who served with VQ-4 from 1968 to 1970. We had maybe 3 or 4 aircraft when I got there. We received several more during my time with the squadron. EC-130Q and G models. We had 8 when I left. I think things were set up a bit different back then than they are today. I was one of the reel operators on Crew #5. LT Robert A. Myer was the Aircraft commander (we had a 16 man crew). Maybe someone from back then is still around..." [29AUG2004]

SIGRIST, BOBBY bobblue@sprintmail.com "...Hi there, I started with VP-49 (77-81); started flying in '81 with VP-30; Rolled to VP-45 (84-89), then did a tour in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland with VX-1 (89-91). Changed coasts with VP-46 until '93, did the "BATMENS" last deployment and rolled back to VP-30 and will enter the ranks of the FLT RES. on 22 May 98. IT HAS BEEN A BLAST, I regret nothing!!!..."

SIKES, ADAN Lindy lindysikes@hotmail.com "...Hey to everybody from VP-68 from 1986-1990!! Flahrety, Edgely, Costa,"Zipper" and anybody else who was there at that time, feel free to drop a line. I'm still married to Kim and I still tell her those were some of the best days of my life. I finished my degree in Music Education and I'm a band director just outside of Savannah, GA. I look forward to hearing from anyone from 68 during that time..." [02JAN2002]

SIKES, ATC Phillip "Phil" Retired psikes@whidbey.net "...VT-29 was my first duty station after boot camp and NATTC Millington, TN. I arrived in 1968 and served as Plane Captain/Flight Engineer in both aircraft types. A change of rate to TD (Tradevsman) in 1971 moved me to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas and elsewhere around the USA until my retirement in 1988 here at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. When the TD rate was disestablished I cross rated back to AT and served at NAMTRAGRUDET, VAQ-139 and AIMD from where I retired. I have missed flying in those Convair's ever since..." [28MAR2004]

SIKKINK, AM3 Nate danebonow@aol.com "...I was an AM3 and served with VP-49 in NAS Bermuda from 1958 - 1960. I would like to hear from any one who served in VP-49 at that time..." [11FEB2002]

SIKORSKI, AWC Dennis Retired awcski@pacbell.net "...I served with VP-1 from 1971 to 1977, VP-31 from 1977 to 1981, VP-47 from 1981 to 1984, VP-31 from 1984 to 1987, and VP-47 from 1987 to 1991..." [05MAY2004]

SILANO, AEM2 Alfred A. asilano@uark.edu "...I served with VR-1 and Naval Air Transport (NATS) (07/1944-05/1946) . I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [24JAN2015]

SILBAUGH, AT1 Randy ransil@sgi.net "...I served with VP-6 from 1985 - 1990 then to NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1990-1994..." [10OCT2001]

SILEIKIS, Mark "Silky" silky@shorenetworks.com "...Hi to all my old Shipmates! I was in the VP-11 paraloft as a PR-2 from 1/83 to 4/85. Did the 83 NAS Keflavik, Iceland and 84-85 NAS Bermuda deployments. In between I was one of the roommates holding the great house parties out in the country. Left there to go to NS Rota, Spain as a PR-1 in VR-22 and AIMD, then VA-176 in Oceana and the Forrestal. Got out in 89 and went in the Air Force Reserve. Did Desert Storm, and now I'm a DoD civilian Firefighter/EMT working with the Crash Crew at NAS Lakehurst, NJ. I hope to hear from some of my old friends. Anyone know what happened to AW2 Brian "Howie" Howard?..." [03MAR99]

SILER, AS2 Robert J. Jr. RSilerjr@aol.com "...I served with VP-68 from July 1995 until decom in December 1996. Best time I had in any squadron I've served in. I am now pushing wrenches in AIMD in NAS JRB Willow Grove, Pennsylvania SE Division. Look forward to checking out the Webpage of the mighty BLACKHAWKS..." [22NOV99]

SILLIS, Bill billsillsteyn@yahoo.com "...I was PO TEYN(M)2 Postmaster of FASRON-201 Special from November 1958 until April 1959. I remember the Gut, of course and the walks from upper camp to lower camp. I remember our base aircraft crashing in Naples, killing the skipper and a few others onboard. Many names escape me after 43 years. Would like to hear from Shipmates, same time period. Also would like to get squadron patch from the period 1958-1959..." [26DEC2001]

SILVA, Agostinho agostinho_us@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 in 1983. I am looking for Sue Miravvilles..." [24AUG2006]

SILVA, BTFN Joaquin A Jr. jasfms@msn.com "...I served aboard the USS Valcour (AVP-55) 01/1961-03/1963). I worked in Maintenance Control..." [27AUG2013]

SILVA, Maricela C. mcarlotasilva@hotmail.com "...I served in the Fox Den from 1987 to 1989. I was a mech working AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Would like to hear from any of my Shipmates who served with me, officer or enlisted. God bless you..." [23OCT2006]

SILVA, Mark silvadriver@aol.com "...I served with VP-50 (05/1971-10/1973). I am trying to find deployment records for that time - all help is welcomed..." [15APR2013]

SILVA, Robert (Bob) jbsilver@earthlink.net "...I was in VU-3 from early 1962 to September 1965. I was TAD out of NAS North Island, San Diego, California with Det A and located on San Clemente Island. I worked in the control vans as an AT in the DASH Program (Drone Anti Submarine Helicopters), mainly training crews for destroyer duty. Better them than me!..." [05MAR99]

SILVA, AT1 Vern vern.silva@ymail.com "...Attended "AT" School (1956) at NAS Norman, Oklahoma, NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VU-3 (1957-1960) at NAAS Brown Field, San Diego, CA and finally NAS Oakland, California (1960-1964)..." [02MAY2016]

SILVER, CDR Christopher D. Shipmate PixCirca 2005 http://reserves.navy.mil/ "...Exeutive Officer, Patrol Squadron 65..." [17JUN2005]

SILVERMAN, AK Alfred silproinc@optimum.net "...I served with VPM-3 / VP-HL-5 (1946-1947) in the Radio Shack. I went on 3 flights into hurricanes with Pete Rosenberg (Radio Operator), Dunn (Photographer) and Pilot CDR Baird (left turn bank on take-off). I flew in the aft station and actually got to drop a smoke bomb into eye of storm..." [22JAN2012]

SILVERMAN, CAPTAIN Dick Retired rsilverman@cfl.rr.com "...I entered the Navy in 1958 (OCS) as a blackshoe and started my VP career with VP-23 July 1964 to May 1966. Went to NAS Bermuda from 1966-1969 and ran the ASWOC, VP-24 from September 1969-July 1971, VP-30 Admin. Officer from August 1971-February 1975, VP-16 from February 1975-April 1977 XO/CO, XO of USS Iwo Jima, Chief of Staff Naval District Washington, Commander NTC Orlando for a few months and retired in June 1989. Went to work for Orange County Sheriff's Office and have been the Aviation Unit Commander for 10 years, having survived prostate cancer and 5 bypasses. Can't see retiring. Flying helicopters is still alot of fun..." [03OCT2002]

SILVERMAN, Richard L. rlsilve@aol.com "... I was attached to VP-778 at NAS Los Alamitos, California. I believe that unit became VP-65L-1 (maybe VP-65L-2 or VP-65L-3)..." [01SEP2006]

SILVESTRI, ABH3 Sal silvestrisal@ymail.com "...I served with VP-16 (1979-1981) for CDR Skip MOYER and PO1 FILLIPELLI. I would like to hear from formr Shipmates..." [14FEB2013]

SIMAR, Dean dean_simar@yahoo.com "...I served with VAW-11 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1957 to 1960 with one Detachment (Hotel) aboard the USS Ticonderoga (CV-14). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [16JUN2011]

SIMEON, Ray rsimeon@pacerinfotec.com "...Served in VP-48 from '72 - '75 as an NFO. Served in VP-31 from '75 - '78. Was in VP-64 from '79 - '85..." [21MAR98]

SIMMONS, AFCM(AW) Carl Jr. navycarl@comcast.net "...I reported aboard VP-18 in December of 1963 right out of "A" School. In January 1964 I volunteered to fly as a crewmember aboard the P2V-7 and was assigned to LG3 as second mechanic. In the summer of 1964 we transferred from NAS Jacksonville, Florida to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. At NS Roosevelt Roads, PR I participated in the Dominican Republic Crisis, one NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Detachment and two Unitas Detachments. In March of 1967 my tour was over and I separated from active duty. I stayed as a drilling reservist at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana from 1967 to 1971. In 1971 I affiliated with VP-94 NAS New Orleans, Louisiana as an In-flight Plane Captain. In 1972 to 1973 we decommissioned the last P2V-7's and commissioned the first P-3A's. With VP-94 I made three NS Rota, Spain deployments and was unfortunate enough to be involved in the last accident on the P2V. I was on the jumpseat during take off on a detachment to NS Rota, Spain when the 2P pulled up the Landing Gear Handle during the takeoff roll. We ended up nose landing on the runway. Fortunately we all walked away unharmed except for a minor arm injury. In July of 1976 I rejoined the Navy as a TAR and eventually retired in the VR Program serving as Flight Engineer, NATOPS Instructor, and Wing Evaluator on the C-118 with VR-52, NAS Glenview, Illinois and CFLSW. In VR-62 NAF Detroit, Michigan I served as Maintenance and Leading Chief, in VR-54, VR-48, VR-53 and VR-46. I retired in November of 1999 as the Command Master Chief of VR-46 NAS Atlanta, Georgia. My military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (2 awards), Navy Commendation Medal (1 award), Navy Achievement Medal (3 awards), Good Conduct Medal (7 awards), National Defense Service Medal (2 awards), Navy Expeditionary Medal and the Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal. I am presently Department Chair of the Avionics/Aviation Department at Atlanta Technical College. I make my home in Dallas, Georgia with my wife Catherine, Granddaughter Brittany, Chelsea our Cocker and Gracie our Cat. I will never forget the good times, great friends and life long Shipmates in VP-18..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 22JUN2005 | E-Mail Updated 24JAN2004 | E-Mail Updated 04FEB99 | E-Mail Updated 01DEC98 | 11OCT98]

SIMMONS, Charles csimmons@tampabay.rr.com "...I served with VP-45 from 1980 through 1984. We deployed to NAS Bermuda and two trips to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I was then assigned as an AT AIMD NAS Memphis, Tennessee. Great memories of AW Chris Rainwater, AT Neal Hammond Stone, AX Kevin Fletcher, AT Arnold George, and many more..." [20JAN2001]

SIMMONS, David dave.simmons@comcast.net "...I served with VP-23 (1966) at NAS Brunswick, Maine and Naval Air Warfare Center (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania as Project Manager of Project ANew - P-3C development..." [25MAY2012]

SIMMONS, Herbert A. ott@peedeewold.net "...I served with VP-44 in 1953-56 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I would be interested in communicating with anyone that there at that time..." [04JUL99]

SIMMONS, AWCS Jim Retired simmons397@msn.com "...I was station with VP-67, RESASWTRACEN, VP-62, & COMRESPATWINGPAC. If you know me then drop me an E-mail..." [E-Mail Updated 14DEC2001 | 27JUL99]

SIMMONS, AMS1 Ken Retired uffdaken@comcast.net "...I served aboard NAS Lemoore, California (1979-1981) OMD Transit Line, VP-9 (1982-1985) at NAS Moffett Field, California, NAS Lemoore, California (1985-1988) AIMD Structure Shop, VAK-208 (1988-1989) at NAS Alameda, California, VFA-305 (1989-1993) at NAS Point Mugu, California, VFA-303 (1993-1994) at NAS Lemoore, California and VP-91 (1995-1997) at NAS Moffett Field, California. After retirement (1997) I started working in the Cooling Tower business as a machinist / painter. Since 2002 I have been a volunteer at the Castle Air Museum as a "Crew Chief" on various aircraft. Done some restoration work (structural work and painting) on some aircraft..." [10OCT2014]

SIMMS, AW Bill D. billjanconn@bellsouth.net "...I served (Reservist) with VP-671 (05/1964-05/1970) with two-week deployments to NAS Los Alamitos, California, NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Jacksonville, Florida AND NS Rota, Spain flying aboard the P2. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG2012 | 05AUG2001]

SIMMS, ADRC Charles "Charlie" cdsimms@verizon.net "...I served with VP-5 as a Crew Chief (LA-5) from 1960 to 1962..." [11MAY2010]

SIMMS, Marvin budsimms@yahoo.com "...I was transferred from VA-35 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island in November 1949 to VX-1 NAS Key West, Florida. In VX-1 there were 2 PB4Y-1 and 2 B29 (don't remember the Navy designation). I got to fly in the PB4Y-1 twice, taking vertical photos of an adjacent island out of the open bomb bay. Do not remember when the B29's and PB4Y-1's were removed from the squadron, but it was sometime before 1952. VX-1 was Air Development Squadron-1, at the NAS Boca Chica, Florida..." [09OCT2005]

SIMON, Seymoure seysimon@aol.com "...I served with VPB-109 as an ARM2/C, top deck Turret and Radio Operator. We served in the Central Pacific Atolls, Apamama, Tarawa, Enewetok, Kwajelin, and Tinian, Commander Normal Miller was our CO..." [11APR2000]

SIMON, AO2 Stephen stsimon@adelphia.net "...I served with VP-26 (CAC-13) from 1974 to 1978. Met a lot of good people and made some great memories in NAS Bermuda, NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, Crete, Barbados, Africa, and NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [06APR2004]

SIMONS, AT2 Darwin lauteylat7599@gmail.com "...I reported to VP-16 detachment at NAS Jacksonville, Florida early February 1953. Squadron had departed for NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco a week or so earlier. I joined HH-9 crew when they returned 5 months later. I spent those months going to even more schools, Radio operator, ARC-27 maintenance, ECM etc. I served as radioman during NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment 1954 and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco 1955. LCDR Austin Campbell was my pilot, but LT(jg) done most of the flying with me in 1953, 1954 and 1955. I was discharged December 20, 1955. Spent 31 years with IBM Corp as a Computer Technician and 16 years in my own computer business after IBM. I was told by AE1 Donald Hair a life long friend that VP-16 was to have a Reunion in September 2013, but I haven't seen anything about it. Keep them flying..." [19SEP2013]

SIMONS, Harold carva@san.rr.com "...Served as AT in VS-23 from 1953 to 1956 based at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. When first joined squadron VS-23 flew TBF/TBM Avengers (Turkeys) modified as hunter-killer teams. Was first aquadron on west coast to receive S2Fs. Deployed to Western Pacific with S2Fs aboard the "Sweet Pea", USS Princeton, CVS-37. Would like to hear from anyone who shared the Mike Item experience..." [01MAY2001]

SIMPSON, Allison Ndjetchef@aol.com "...I served VP-10 from September 1992 through September 1994 and loved every minute of it. Just now finding some old friends and reacquainting with them. I am currently a flight attendant with Delta Connection here in CVG. I will be starting flight school in the summer. Would love to hear from any former Red Lancers including Kirk Deweill, Clay McDaniel, Matt Cole, Senior Chief Allison and the rest of you. For those of you that remember the GREAT FLOOD of the Bundy Barracks on NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I have some great pictures of that and I will have to send them to you. Please email anytime and take care all of you Red Lancers!..." [19FEB2003]

SIMPSON, Donald parts@gabrielmail.com "...I was in VP-4 from 79-82. Those were by far the best years I ever served in the Navy. Although I was a Yeoman, I always felt like I was part of the VP Navy. The website has already helped me locate my best friend while I was at VP-4, Gary Duncan. I hope he received my E-mail. Any and all Shipmates that remember me please E-mail me as soon as you see this. Also would love to find out where Commander (at the time) Paul Griffin ended up commanding. Commander Griffin was the finest Commander Officer I served under in my 8 years in the Navy. I would also like to hear from YNCS Rick Rhodes the finest Yeoman I had to pleasure to serve with..." [01NOV2000]

SIMPSON, AW2 Jim "Simbo" steamcrane42@netscape.net "...I served with VP-26 (Radar Operator CAC-9) from 1967 to 1974 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, Med, NS Sangley Point, Philippines and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand. I loved it the whole time I was on flight crew. The P-3 is a great aircraft. I served with (Butch) Hall (Radio), Ken Smith (FE), Gary Blindt, Conrad Green (Navigator) and Wayne Clouse (Jez). I can still remember almost all the faces. I remember many more names and I wish I could remember all the names of my Shipmates and the Pilots and Officers whom I liked and respected too. Sad to lose two crews off Viet Nam. Still remember them also. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [02JUN2011]

UPDATE "...SIMPSON, AW2 Jim "Simbo" - Shipmates sending and receiving: "Your mail could not be delivered because the recipient is only accepting mail from specific email addresses"..." [20JUL2011]

SIMPSON, AW1 Kenneth (Slick Retired tnpair-a-dice@juno.com "...Started my VP Navy life in NAS Bermuda February 1976 by checking into VP-44. Joined CAC-3 as OJT SS-3 operator under the instruction of AW-2 Jim Frankin. Kept up my quals as acoustic operator and eventually became SS1 on Crew -6. Was stationed with VP-44 from February 1976 through March 1980. I was assigned to instructor duty NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee March 1980 to May 1983. Transfered to NAS Moffett Field, California VP-9 May 1983 through November 1988 assigned to FASO November 1988 until retirement March 1992. Would enjoy hearing from any Shipmates..." [13MAR2000]

SIMPSON, CDR Kevin B. Shipmate PixCirca 2005 http://reserves.navy.mil/ "...Commander Kevin B. Simpson Commanding Officer, Patrol Squadron 65..." [17JUN2005]

SIMPSON, Steve Steve52456@aol.com "...I was in VP-92 as an AX2 when I left the Navy. Spent five great years, 1975 to 1979, at the AIMD "P-3 Maintenance Vans" at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts as an AQA-7 DIFAR Technician. Deployed with the squadron to NS Rota, Spain and Lajes...can you say "George the Crook"??? Does anybody know where to find ATC Raymond Nagel...spelling could be wrong and actual first name may be Leroy. He was at NAS SOWEY from '75 to at least '79...." [07FEB98]

SIMPSON, AZ3 Steven stevenlsimpson@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-24 (1984-1987) with deployments to NAS Bermuda and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I worked in Maintance Admin/Control. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 17NOV2014 | 17FEB2000]

SIMPSON, AOU3 Tom argetom@att.net "...I served with VP-2 from January 1, 1952 to December 24, 1952. I was an AOU3/c and for a time was in Crew 6. When we went to NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for "Operation Ivy", they made me Station Master at Arms due to the proxcimity of my separation and discharge. I was in under the V-13 program which allowed Naval Reservists to serve on active duty with the Navy instead of being drafted. I am interested in knowing if anybody is still around that served with me, as I am terrible at remembering names. 1951 was spent at Great Lakes, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, Airmaan School and Aviation Ordnancemen's School..." [14AUG2003]

SIMS, Don A. vkaydona@msn.com "...Served with VP-18 as a tech on crew 6 from 1959 to 1961. Lt. G.V. Wintriss was the pilot and Lt.jg Buzz Krauss was the copilot. Don Huth was a tech and Gene Jones was our radioman. We made two deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, one to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and a few to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I played center on the squadron basketball team, and we had a pretty good team with CDR Sampson and CDR Honour as the two fowards. I would like to hear from anyone with the squadron during my tour..." [30DEC2001]

SIMS, ADR3 Harvey HarveyInSumter@webtv.net "...I served with VP-22 from 63 thru 64 and flew with Crew 10..." [18SEP2000]

SIMS, Walter Retired vpift@military.com "...I served three tours with VP-30 (1979 to 1981) and VP-30 FRAMP (1986 to 1990) IFT Instructor my last tour with VP-30 (1992 to 1995) Avionics Supervisor. I served with VP-8 (1983 to 1986), VP-45 (Desert Shield/Desert Storm) (1990 to 1993) NATOPS IFT Evaluator. I logged over 4,000 hours in the P-3A, P-3B, P-3C, P-3U/D I, P-3II, and P-3 U/D III. Most memorable times were 1984 UNITAS Detachment to South American. I enjoyed it all. I have no regrets. I retired in 1995..." [13FEB2006]

SIMS, AE3 William H. "Bill" whsts865@gmail.com "...I served with VU-5A (1962-1963), VX-6 (1963-1964) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island with an Operation Deep Freeze (1963) and aboard the USS Essex (CVS-9) (1964-1965) until my discharge (1965)..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 03DEC2010 | 18NOV2010]

SIMSON, PO3 John L. johnsims@localnet.com "...I served with VQ-2 from July 28, 1971 to July 5, 1974. Participated in the October 1973 Arab-Israeli Crisis flights to check on possible attack of our aircraft. EC 121 M 132392 "No. 32" that sawed its tail nearly clear off its last trip across the Atlantic. Also didn't mention the vibration when the port wing life raft let go at the same time as the antennae, like she was deciding to just let herself go in mid-air. Landed with an estimated 10 minutes of flying time before we would have lost the tail mid May 1974. Only made third class when Uncle Sam said "You're too fat and so get off my aircraft." Wonder what happened to the little butterball commander who was the most rotund little guy to fly such a big plane? Think his name was Chenoweth. Knew the guy, Steve Brown, that took the pictures of the three planes Willie, P-3E and AE3B in formation since he was the one to document the last plane in the air for the EC-121s before we left NS Rota, Spain in 1974. For at time I was in contact with Chief Wiggins who went to DC, Doughty, Groshong, Story and "PopTart" Letarte. Wonder where all those guys are now? I am currently in an old folks home in Central NY due to Parkinson's Disease, a problem with meds kept me in VA Hospital, Syracuse, NY for six months until this past February. Nearly died from heart attack 05/15/02, and three days later on a VA hospital stress table. The doc, she didn't appreciate her patients checking out before they get their tests finished, but we found out I am one in a billion -- when I get stressed my blood pressure drops to zero instead of going up - so I try not to get stressed. Funny, at 56, I don't feel old. I am writing my church's story for its bicentennial program September 19, 2004. Would like to hear from some of you guys, if you're still around. I just got on the internet this year as emergency communications to my two sisters, one of whom followed me into the Navy, the first under a CHAMPUS program for nurses -- at the age of 40! -- one of the first five to do so just before the first Gulf War, since they're both RNs. Does anyone have a spare patch from VQ-1, VQ-3, and VQ-4 from the 1970's? Would also like a transitional patch where the bodega man of San something vino companies is merging with the bat. Sangrea! Whooweee! Drank that stuff in three large glass tumblers a whole day (!!!) before a flight the next morning. Carried my head underneath my arms for the next two days. I was just barely functional that flight. Thank God we weren't in too serious a business. Willie girl wouldn't even leave the ground when we lost both No. 3 and 4 engines just before takeoff. It was so hot the props couldn't get good bites of air either..." [BIO Updated 16DEC2003 | 15DEC2003]

Shipmate Requested Name Removal  [Shipmate Removed 22JUN2002 | 14JUN2002]

SIMS, AX2 Robert A. "Tony" tony@griefinc.com "...I served with VP-702 from April 1965 to June 1966, VP-10 from 1967 to 1968 and VP-26 as part of a replacement crew in 1968. I returned to VP-702 in 1968 as an AX2 and went to college. In 1971 I went to the USAF as a B-52 RADAR Navigator. I retired from the Army as a Medical Service Corps officer in 1992..." [BIO Updated 28JUL2010 | 26AUG2008]

SIMS, Ronnie donna.sims@atk.com "...I served with VAP-61 NAS Agana, Guam from June 1968 to May 1970. Searching for: Ron Bailey, Berry Pelligrini, Skip Vath, Mickey Finn, Nick Nickademus, Gene Cline, Rich, Larry, or anyone that may have been associated with VAP-61 during this timeframe. I was injured while on tour in Viet Namn December 1968 to January 1970. Please E-Mail or call 816-796-7268 (Day) or 660-259-4546 (Evenings). Trying to find those who were with me in Nam..." [12MAR2004]

SINCLAIR, AT2 Daniel T. Retired Captdanl@cdlcorp.com "...VP-93 (Plank Owner) 1976 to 1993 Radio Operator *Crew Five*..."

SINCLAIR, AE2 Dave rcpilot1@bellsouth.net "...I served in VP-90 from 82 to 84 and transfered to AMID till 86. I'm now the Manager of Information Systems at the Memphis Airport. Looking forward to hearing from some of my old Shipmates..." [26MAY99]

SINES, AMS2 Chuck charlessines65@gmail.com "...I served with VP-49 (FE) on CDR Jerry Schroders Crew along with MCPO Jack McClain with two deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, VP-62 and VP-30..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28MAR2012 | 21JAN2002]

SING, AT2(AW) Carter csing@mccdesign-build.com "...I served in the Navy from 1990 to 2004. During that timeframe I served with VP-92, VP-94, VFA-204 and VFA-201. Hello old friends, hope you are all well. Just breezin' thru!..." [15OCT2008]

SINGER, Frederick fsing@compuserve.com "...I served with VP-812 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and NAS Kodiak, Alaska from 9/1950 to 8/1951. My rate was AT2 and I flew as a radar operator in the exec's crew. He was LtCmdr Hollingsworth from Deluth MI. There were a bunch of great guys in the squadron. Most of them were from the twin cities. I was called to active duty from New Jersey. I had been in the reserve at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York. I would like to hear from any of my old mates. After 8/1951 I was transferred to VS892 and served on Escort Carriers doing ASW. The Badoeing Straights, and the Rendova..." [16JAN2000]

SINGER, Maury maury@gte.net "...I have been an AW since '76. Active and Reserve. USS Dwight D. Eisenhower CVN-69 Plankowner 77-80, VP-50 Crews 1 & 2, BearTrap 80 - 82 Acoustic SS1&2. NADC, NAF Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania 82 -85, Project PO for the Update III SASP & Ran the Beartrap Lab. Left Active Duty to work for Boeing on the Update IV Program (Lab Manager and UYS-1/Acoustic systems analysist) (Was flying on the Test Bed Aircraft when the "Stop Work order came out). Now an AWC with VP-69 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [20FEB99]

SINGLETARY, James Michael JMSJAYCO@AOL.COM "...I served in VP-49 Sept. 1962 until discharged in July 1965. Started flyiing in P5M's in NAS Bermuda and transtioned to the P-3`s at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I flew with Woodpecker 11 crew most of my flights. I was an AX2 when discharged. I have many great memories of those years and would like tohear from any of my former Shipmates..." [17FEB2000]

SINGLETON, LCDR "J" Arthur https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=536 "...LCDR "J" Arthur Singleton, USN - NFL Number: 536 - Date of Birth: 10/2/1925 - Date In: 6/1/1943 - Date Out: 8/1/1974 - City, State: Palmyra, VA - School Attended: Old Dominion Univ - Aircraft Flown: PBY, PB4Y, C-54, AF, S2 - Ship or Unit: VPB-102 1/1/1945, VP-56 1/1/1962 and USS F.D. Roosevelt 1/1/1970 - Pilot Desg.: Combat Aircrew - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: Atl,Iwo Jima, Cuba - Associations/Service Organizations: Ret. Officers Assn - Disabled Amer. Vets - Highest personal decoration or award: Dist. Flying Cross - Significant Achievements: As a crewman, flight time 1,456 hours. Arrested landings 18. Political Science high school Prof (14 years). In Memoriam? No..." [11DEC2005]

SINGLETON, Benny dsingleton32@msn.com "...I served with VP-7 NAS Brunswick, Maine from September 1956 to August 1958. We deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada for several months during this time period. Would like to hear from any former Shipmates..." [02DEC2003]

SINKANKAS, John W. jws1@attbi.com "...I served with Reserve squadron VP-774 in 1963 flying P2V's out of NAS Los Alamitos, California (near Long Beach). Subsequently went back in and did a cruise on the USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) in V/N..." [03SEP2002]

SINKOWSKI, AT2 Maury Singer Chet "SKI" k4agg@msn.com "...1959, started with VW-15 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland/ NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada till decomissioned in 1961; was then transferred to VW-11 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. Flew the barrier in crew 25(?) (radio) for about a month, then was transferred to VW-13 Radio, around which time, the NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada/ NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployments began. Flew over 100 barrier flights when project "Birdseye" was initiated. WV-2 BUNO 141325 was outfitted for arctic operation out of Thule AFB, Greenland and Eielson AFB, Alaska and I was lucky to be on the first Birdseye crew, flying as 1st radio. After several hair raising deployments over the North Pole (many untold stories) AEWINGLANT, at my urging, approved SSB Tranceivers to be installed on N41325, replacing the quite new ARC-38's, which only recently replaced the archaic ART-13's. Perhaps most memorable event for "Birdseye" was on the June 1962 deployment, flying the Captains of USS SKATE (SSN-578)- CDR J.L.Skoog - and USS SEADRAGON (SSN-584) - CDR C.D. Summit, over the polar route where ultimately, the historic event took place in July of 1962, when the 2 submarines rendezvoued under the icecap and surfaced at the North Pole. I still have that flight manifest, if anyone desires to see the roster. And to finish off my NAVY career of 4 yrs, my discharge was delayed for several weeks because of the Cuban Missle Crises of October 22, 1962. Spent another 2 yrs in the reserves, with VP-915 out of NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts flying radio on a P2V. Wound up living on Miami Beach for the past 35 yrs., where it's always WARM!..." [11OCT99]

Shipmate Requested Name Removal  [Shipmate Removed 23JUL2005 | 23JUL2003]

SINNEMA, Phil psinnema@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-2 as a Jez operator for Crew 10, flying with Mr. Groff and Mr. Johnson, from November 1964 to July 1969. I would like to hear from other members of the Squadron during this period..." [16MAR2004]

SINNETT, CAPTAIN (COMMODORE) Dennis J. Shipmate Pix http://www.cprw11.navy.mil/index.php?id=29&secid=8 "...Captain Sinnett is a native of Annapolis, MD, and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in May 1982, where he received his commission. Following flight training at VT-2 in Milton, FL, and VT-31 in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, he was designated a Naval Aviator in March 1984. Upon completion of FRS training with VP-30, Captain Sinnett joined VP-10 in September 1984. While attached to the "Red Lancers," he completed deployments to NAS Bermuda, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and a split-site deployment to NS Rota, Spain, and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Captain Sinnett reported for duty to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron ONE (VX-1), NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, in May 1988, where he served as Quality Assurance Division Officer, Assistant Maintenance Officer and Operational Test Director for various P-3C and H-60 projects. In August 1990, Captain Sinnett reported for duty onboard the USS SARATOGA (CV 60) based at Naval Station Mayport, FL, where he was assigned as Catapult and Arresting Gear Officer/V-2 Division Officer. While attached to SARATOGA, he participated in several fleet exercises, two Mediterranean deployments, Desert Shield and Desert Storm. In September 1992, Captain Sinnett reported for temporary duty on the staff of CPW-11, where he worked as Watch Officer and Assistant Operations Officer. In November 1993, Captain Sinnett reported to VP-46 for his Department Head tour. While assigned to the "Grey Knights," he made deployments to NAF Misawa, Japan, and NSF Diego Garcia. During his tour, he served as Safety/NATOPS Officer, Aircraft Maintenance Officer and Operations Officer. While attached to VP-46, he was selected as the Association of Naval Aviation's Pacific Fleet Maritime Patrol Aviator of the Year. In September 1995, Captain Sinnett reported for duty at CPW-11, where he served as Maintenance Officer and Operations Officer. In March 1999, Captain Sinnett reported to VP-45 as the Executive Officer and assumed command of the squadron in March 2000. While Commanding Officer, the squadron completed a deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, participating in operations in Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Captain Sinnett reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Millington, TN, in March 2001 where he served as the VP / VQ Commander detailer. In October 2002, Captain Sinnett reported to Commander, Naval Air Force, San Diego, CA, where he served as Executive Assistant to VADM Michael D. Malone until detaching in August 2004. He assumed command of CPRW-11 on 5 November 2004. He is authorized to wear the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal with three gold stars, Strike/Flight Air Medal (numeral 1), Navy Commendation Medal with five gold stars and the Navy Achievement Medal, as well as various other unit, service and campaign decorations..." [12NOV2005]

SISA, Pete sisap@erols.com "...Served two tours in VP-11, 8/81-5/84 CAC-1, two deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and 12/89 - 6/91 w/ one deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Did PEP tour with RAF and CPW-5 tour in between. Retired from active duty 9/97. Many fond and some hilarious memories. Currently work for AMS in Fairfax..." [20SEP99]

SISCO, Elmer C. Ocsisel@aol.com "...I was a crewman on Diamond #10 [AMM/c]. My Commanding Officer was LT. W. S. Kline, Second Officer was ENS. M. J. Nelson. We flew as Crew May 4, 1944 till August 6, 1945..." [24OCT99]

SISCO, John seaurchin@msn.com "...I served with VP-11 (07/1963-07/1965) and flew (Radar Operator) with Crew-8 aboard BUNO: 148357..." [13OCT2013]

SISK, AW2 Andrew B. andy.b.sisk@lmco.com "...Former VP-23 AW2 SS1 1981 to 1984. I served on CAC 1, 4, and 6. First met the squadron on deployment in NAS Keflavik, Iceland, pulled 2 more deployment in NS Rota, Spain/NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal with dets to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and Crete (that was a wild one) and last but not least NAS Bermuda, including dets to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR roads and Panama chasing arms runners. Married a lady from Lisbon Falls, ME. We are still going strong 26 years latter. We both work for Lockheed on P-3's no less and we visit Brunswick every couple of years while visiting her family who still live in Lisbon Falls. I was really shocked and saddened to learn that VP-23 was disbanded and even more shocked about the base is set to close. Even though I'm a Southern Boy I will always have a special place in my heart for Maine and NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [07SEP2006]

SISK, ATAN Dave L. polka18@frontiernet.net "...Served in VP-10 as an ATAN from 1982 to 1986. I worked as an "O" level tech for the Bermuda deployment and moved over as a radar tech "I" level for the NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment. Played b-ball and softball for the original infamous "Outsiders" of VP-10. Miss all my running mates with VP-10 and would like to hear from you. Take it easy and remember always "It's Hard To Be Humble When Your a TEN..." [E-Mail Updated 12MAR2009 | E-Mail Updated 12FEB2007 | 01FEB2002]

SISK, AO1 DAVID Retired bbstacker67_69@sbcglobal.net "...I joined the Navy in 1963. I served with VR-21 (1964 to 1966), VA-27 NAS Lemoore, California (made the May 1968 to January 1969 WesPac aboard the aboard the USS Constellation), VP-49 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (1969 to 1970), AIMD NAS Lemoore, California (1971 to 1974), VP-6 (1974 to 1977), VP-31 NAS Moffett Field, California (1977 to 1980), USS Tripoli LPH-10 (1980 to 1982), USS Ranger CV-61 Ships Company AIMD (made 1982 WesPac Cruise), NAS Moffett Field, California and retired as AO1 in May 1985..." [E-Mail Updated 12JUL2006 | 04MAR2005]

SISLO, Paul ily247@freewwweb.com "...I was a AMS with VP-90 from "72 to 88" and from "88 to 93" with VP-68..." [22JAN99]

SISSON, Bob R.sisson@iwaynet.net "...Worked in airframes in VP-22 was really surpised to see anyone I knew on this page. Was attached to the Blue Geese from 80 till 83. I'm now living in Ohio. What ever happened to Dalton Edwards anybody know? Anyways, good seeing some name's I recognized on this page take it easy. See ya later..."

SISSON, AT1 Ray L. ray.sisson@colostate-pueblo.edu "...I served with FASRON-120 at NAS Iwakuni, Japan from 1954 to 1956. I worked in the Electronics Division as an AT-1. ATC Omar E. Rivest was our Chief Petty Officer in charge..." [13DEC2005]

SITARSKI, CDR Chuck http://www.cpw5.navy.mil/vp10/co_bio.htm "...Commander Chuck Sitarski graduated from the Naval Academy with the Class of 1983. Prior to reporting to Flight School, he was assigned to CTG 168.4 in Munich, Germany as a German language translator. CDR Sitarski earned his wings in May of 1985 and reported to VP-56 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. In 1989, he commenced a tour at the VP-30 "Pro's Nest" and then reported to Commander, US Naval Forces Central Command in Manama, NSA Bahrain aboard the Flagship USS LaSalle (AGF-3) for duty as the Flag Secretary. After two years as the CPW-11 Safety/NATOPS Officer, he reported to VP-5 in 1995. In July, 1997, CDR Sitarski reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Arlington, VA where he served on the PERS-83 Staff. He then reported to the U.S. European Command in Stuttgart, Germany where he was assigned to the Operations Directorate as Command Director and as Head OPS Branch Air Cell until December, 2000. He is currently Commanding Officer VP-10. He has flown over 3300 hours in the P-3 and his awards include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal and Navy Commendation Medal (four)..." [20JUN2003]

SITGREAVES, Bob bobsit@webtv.net "...I want to send greetings to the friends that I served with in VS-22 (Checkmates). I was the only Corpsman in the squadron from October 1979 to October 1982 at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. I made the 1980 Med Cruise aboard Saratoga, and the 1982 Med-IO Cruise aboard the JFK. My time with VS-22 is the period that I have the fondest memories of in my 23 1/2 years of military service in association with three services (4 years as an Air Force Medic and and 5 years with Marine Corps units as a Hospital Corpsman). I hope the time has been kind to them all and will be in the future..." [18JUN2004]

SITGREAVES, PR Eric D. (Rick) ericsitgreaves@comcast.net "...I served with VP-91 from 1984-1987 as a PR (Aircrew Survival Equipmentmen). I was at NAS Moffett Field, California for almost 4 years and would like to touch base with the TAR/RESERVE folks as well as alot of the AIRCREW I was there with. I am especially looking for some of the old gang (you know who you are). So if anybody knows about VP-91 - please E-mail me..." Personal WebSite: http://www.mp3.com/sitgreaves [E-Mail Updated 28JUL2002 | URL Added 19MAY2001 | E-Mail Updated 02JUN2000 | 15OCT98][ICQ# 9466889]

SITTEN, CAPTAIN Fred Retired lfsitt@attworldnet.net "...I served in VP-44 as a TACCO from 1964-67 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Left active duty in 1969 and have lived in Pensacola, FL ever since. Give me a call... Fred (850)476-5920..." [22OCT98]

Shipmate Requested Name Removal  [Shipmate Removed 18DEC2003 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 24SEP2002 | 20APR98]

SIVERSON, 1stSgt Paul paul.siverson@va.gov "...I served aboard NAS Adak, Alaska (04/1987-04/1989) at the Marine Barracks and had the pleasure of serving alongside VP-6 and VP-40..." [23AUG2016]

SIX, Michael sixmd@efdlant.navfac.navy.mil "...FEAP in VP-48 from 1989 until its decommissioning. Affiliated with VP-9 in 1991 became a qualified, P-3 FE as an Airman. Detachments include Subic bay, Panama, NAS Misawa, Japan, and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. Discharged out of the Navy in 1993, began school at the Univ. Of Maryland, and joined VP-68 as a FE, until 1995 then affiliated with VP-66. I graduated from the UMD in the summer of 98 with an engineering degree, and work as an engineer for the Navy in Norfolk, VA, and was recently commissioned as an Ensign in the Intel community..." [03FEB99]

SIZEMORE, James F. jkjosie@webtv.net "...I was in VPB-109 Crew #16. I am living in Florida and would like to contact anyone who was in this crew or knows someone who was and I will get back to you. Thank you..." [15DEC99]

SIZEMORE, AD1 (AW/NAC) Ralph Retired rbs_ad1usnfr@military.com "...I served with VR-22 from December 1986 to December 1989 (LM, Mech shop, Line Division) and VP-8 from July 1994 to December 1995. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 22JAN2009 | 11JUL98]

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