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Memorial Picture "...YEAGER, CAPTAIN William E. Jr...I am sad to report that CAPTAIN William E. Yeager, Jr. passed away (fell from a ladder while working at home) on December 23rd, 2008. I served with CAPTAIN Yeager in VP-46 and I have since found out he was also served with VP-8 and VP-30. Our thoughts and Prayers to his family albeit 6 years late..." Contributed by MOORE, ATCS(NAC) William F. "Bill" Retired oldwrestler@roadrunner.com [04DEC2014]

Memorial Picture "...YELVERTON, AMM2 Thomas "Tom" E...My Father, Thomas "Tom" E. Yelverton, passed away 1994 and my mother passed away last September. I just found Dad's Flight Log and other belongings. Dad was a mechanic and waist gunner on a PB4Y-1 with VPB-116 from 23 December 1944 to 27 July 1945. His pilot was LT(jg) H. Moor. They were primarily based on Naval Base Tinian, Mariana Islands and Naval Base Iwo Jima. I would love to communicate with anyone that may have known my Dad. Thomas H. Yelverton tybvhou@aol.com..." [20NOV2007]


YEAGER, Albert F. afy2766@cableone.net "...I served with FAETUPAC NAS North Island, San Diego, California (April 1956 through August 1957) and VP-4 NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan (August 1957 through February 1959) in the Airframes Division. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 28DEC2008 | E-Mail Updated 25FEB2005 | E-Mail Updated 25JUL2003 | 01JUN99]

YEAGER, PRC(AW) Bill byeager@safetycenter.navy.mil "...Served in VQ-2 from 1981 to 1984 then again in 1991 - 1996, sharing duties at AIMD in Rota and Keflavik as well. Moved on to fighters and now run the ALSS desk at the Navy Safety Center..." [E-Mail Updated 14FEB2000 | 16JUL98]

YEAGER, IS1(SW) George jyb657@juno.com "...I was an Intelligence Specialist stationed at VQ-1 in NAS Agana, Guam from September 1987 to January 1991..." [17OCT2003]

YEAGER, AT1 Kenneth Noble kenyeager@usfamily.net "...I served with VP-11 (1953) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and then NAS Brunswick, Maine (1954). I served as Radio/Radar/Electronic Countermeasures Aircrew with Crew-9 and Crew-11. I left the Navy in 1956..." [15APR2012]

YEATMAN, Bill imawsumbilly@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-4046 (1983-1987) with deployments to NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone, Japan and NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [08DEC2014]

YERASKA, DP2 Bob r_yeraska@comcast.net "...I served with VQ-2 from February 1966 to February 1968. I was a member of the Ground Data Reduction Center. We interpreted all the data brought back by the folks on the EA-3Bs and WVs. If anyone from that era lives in the New England area get in touch and we can talk about the old times, including the Rota bars..." [10DEC2006]

YEARY, Sherman Nelwyn1939@msn.com "...I was Plane Captain of Crew 13. I flew 50 missions from Dunkswell 44-45. I would be good to hear from any one who served at Dunkswell..." [03JUN2000]

YEARTY, AVCM Bob Retired bobyeartymail@cox.net "...After 31 years I finally retired in Jan 2000 from NATTC in Pensacola where I now live and work for a contractor doing curriculum upgrades for most of the A schools. Spent a lot of time in the center seat with VP-46 (74-77), VP-31 (77-80), VPU-1 (80-83), VP-30 (83-86) and VP-56 (86-90). After making AVCM had to leave flying and went to AIMD NAS Keflavik, Iceland, IC followed by NS Rota, Spain (90-96) and finally finishing up as the Avionics Department LCPO at NATTC. Enjoyed reading about old squad mates. If you're in this area give a call..." [E-Mail Updated 21JAN2002 | E-Mail Updated 15JUN2001 | 02SEP2000]

YEATS, Raymond (Rowdy) RowdyPilot@aol.com "...VP-44 (75-78), VP-31(78-81), 42 SQN RAF (81-84) NWC 84-85), VP-46 (85-87) Commander, Patrol Wing Ten (CPW-10) (87), XO/CO VP-40 (89-90) Commander, Patrol Wing Ten (CPW-10) (90-91), CNAP VP Training (91-94), ACOS MARDEZPAC (94-95) Retired 1995. Currently A-300 pilot with Federal Express Corp..." [27MAR98]

YEAW, Barry L. byeaw@cox.net "...I served with VP-7 (1960-1962) flying with Crew 2 . I would be interested in any information on LCDR C.W. Epps who left the squadron in NAS Sigonella, Sicily 1962. Best P2 pilot BUNO: 128402 and 131431..." [E-Mail Updated 08JUL2017 | 14DEC2000]

YEGGE, Jack jjegge@marshallnet.com "...I served in VW-13 between 1961 and 1964. I was in the Supply Dept at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, made week end runs to St. John's..." [12APR2001]

YELLEN, LT Andrew E. pranayamananda@earthlink.net "...Attended Basic Training at NAS Pensacola, Florida, ATU-700 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas (where I got my wings in PBM's), Heli School at NAAS Ellyson Field, Pensacola, Florida (got my heli-wings (#1606)), FAETUPAC at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, VP squadron at NAS Alameda, California, BUPERS, at the loss of LT Jim Burchfield's plane and crew, returning to NAS Kodiak, Alaska from NAS Adak, Alaska, reassigned me, to VP-42 mid deployment, as a navigator, PP2P for the balance of their tour. Back to NAS North Island, San Diego, California, where we got our PBM's replaced with P5M's and I was made co-pilot, PP1P. Served a complete tour out of NS Sangley Point, Philippines, including patrols to Hainan, Okinawa, Hong Kong, Formosa Straits, where I received the China Service Medal and made PPC. Released from active duty....I joined HU-771 as helicopter pilot in HUP's, piasecki, 2 rotor's at NAS Los Alamitos, California, with a tour to NAS Sand Point, Seattle, Washington. I restored an Alden Auxiliary Powered Sailing Schooner, 100 feet in length over all, 100 tons, and sailed off Cape Hatteras and through the Bahamas to the Virgin Islands. I have a license to fly passengers for pay, under my FAA Commercial pilot's ticket: single engine land, multi engined land and multi engined sea, helicopter and instrument. I am licensed to carry passengers for pay under my USCG captain's license, 100 tons, 100 miles at sea. I have a PADI open sea SCUBA rating. I have a card from Paramus Chutes to fly their Paraplane ultralite aircraft. At age eighty two>>>>>>>>>>>>I spend more time playing jazz on a chromatic harmonica than either flyin or sailing..." [BIO Updated 26SEP2011 | 24SEP2011]

YENTER, John YenterJ@hotmail.com "...I served with VC-7 from 1952 through 1954 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I would encourage any one who served in VC-7 or VAH-7 in the early to mid 1950's to contact me as we are having a Reunion in last part of May, 2001 in Colorado Springs, CO. I would love to hear from any of the many we have not been able to contact during the last three Reunions. We also deployed to Port Leyoty French Morroco several times. I'm looking forward to hearing from any and all..." [17OCT99]

YESBERG, Bill abscompany@direcway.com "...I served VP-47 NAS Alameda, California from 1959-1960. We Made one deployment to WESTPAC (NAS Iwakuni, Japan) during my tour of duty. I worked in the Administrative office and would be very interested in hearing from anyone that served with VP-47 during that time..." [06AUG2003]


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