ARNOLD, AE2 Marvin http://www.storydomain.com/ "...I served with I served with VP-702 NAS Dallas, Texas and drilled from OKC in late 1950. Active duty as AE2 AC ASW Training Instructor from 1960 to 1963. I flew with VP-701, VP-702, VP-703 and VP-704..." [02JUL2004]
CAPPS, AX2 Robert E. Lee Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org "...I served with VP-702 as a Jezebel Operator from 1964 to 1970. I attended NATTC NAS Millington, Tennessee in 1964. VP-702 was based at NAS Dallas, Texas..." [06NOV2005]
HOLLERN, Steve email@example.com "...I served with VP-702 (10/1963-08/1969) at NAS Dallas, Texas. I trained at NAS Millington, Tennessee as Jezebel Operator and flew with Commanding Officer Glenn Truitt. We deployed to NS Rota, Spain and successfully located a Soviet sub in Med that active duty forces had attempted to locate for three days. I am currently a CPA in civilian life..." [18JAN2012]
MEDRICK, J. D. DMedr4508@aol.com "...Served in VP-702 at NAS Dallas, Texas, 1963-1969. Jezebel sensor operator, AX-2..." [15MAY2000]
MORRIS, AX2 Rudy C. firstname.lastname@example.org "...I joined the Naval Air Reserves in fall of 1966, spent winter/spring at NARTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee for boot camp and Avionics Training. Served with VP-702 from 1967 to August 1970. Company transfer took me to Chicago area...joined up with the new VP-60 at NAS Glenview, Illinois. Last year in the program, 1972, we did our summer cruise in NS Rota, Spain as part of the new program post "Pueblo spy ship" situation in Korea. Most time was "ground pounder" and BB changer but did some neat RONs, including one from NAS Dallas, Texas to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. The NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada trip was with our skipper, Captain Kelly, super nice guy..." [27NOV2011]
SMITH, ADC Leonard A. email@example.com "...I served with VP-701 and VP-702 from 1951 through 1973..." [30JAN2000]
WILLIAMS, Howard G. firstname.lastname@example.org "...I began my career at NAS Point Mugu, California, 1960-1962 flying as an AT on WV-2's, AD-5Q's and S2F/s (briefly) (I was the guy from Texas who got sick on every flight!). I flew as an enlisted Aircrewman with VP-1 in 1962/1963 in YB-3. My pilot was named ME Houston, (at one time the youngest P2V Aircraft Commander in the Navy). One crewmember was Jim Baker. Got off AD and joined VP-702 at NAS Dallas as ATN-2. Flew for two years and got out. Joined the Air Guard at DAllas and still am on Active Duty as Colonel (couldn't make First Class-easier to be an Officer). Love to hear from any former Shipmates..." [16AUG98]
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