LOGOs: VP-62 Logo Contributed by Janice Krukoff krukoff@OUNALASHKA.com [02NOV2001]
LOGOs: VP-62 Logo Insignia approved: 3 August 1971 "...VP (Patrol Squadron) Insignia that have been officially approved by OPNAVINST. 5030.4E..." http://www.history.navy.mil/insignia/vp/vp-i.html [17NOV2000]
LOGOs: VP-62 Logo Contributed by AZ1 Mike Harvey (I.T. DEPT) (VP-62 WebMaster) VP62N62@navresjax.navy.mil [22SEP2000]
LOGOs: VP-62 Logo
LOGOs: VP-62 Patch Contributed by Jay Broze email@example.com
VP-62 Broadarrow "...The VP-62 squadron insignia, the "Broadarrow," that is depicted on the tail of our aircraft, was created by 16th century English Craftsmen. This symbol was used as a hallmark to identify the highest quality, precision-made goods that they produced. Metalsmiths, shipbuilders, architects, machinists, and many other tradesmen and artisans identified their finest products with this Broadarrow symbol. It is in keeping with these values of quality and exactness that the men and women of VP-62 adopted the "Broadarrow" symbol as we strive to perfect our precision and performance in the field of Maritime Patrol Aviation. Our mark of excellence is identified by the "Broadarrow." Contributed by Chuck Kaylor firstname.lastname@example.org
VP-62 Broadarrow Contributed by AZ1 Mike Harvey (I.T. DEPT) (VP-62 WebMaster) VP62N62@navresjax.navy.mil [21SEP2000]
LOGOs: VP-62 Patch
...VP Logo Contributed via "Title: Lockheed P2V Neptune An Illustrated History by Wayne Mutza email@example.com...A Schiffer Military History Book...ISBN: 0-7643-0151-9...286 pages full of pictures and history!
"VP-62 Summary Page"