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BooksBOOKs: VPNAVY BookTitle: "VPNavy! USN, USMC, USCG and NATS Patrol Aircraft Lost or Damaged During World War II" by LCDR Douglas E. Campbell, USNR (Retired) dcamp@aol.com "VPNavy! USN, USMC, USCG and NATS Patrol Aircraft Lost or Damaged During World War II" Thousands of hours of research have culminated in this First Edition of U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and Naval Air Transport Service patrol aircraft lost or damaged during World War II. Within these 600+ pages can be found more than 2,200 patrol aircraft across nearly 300 squadron designations; the majority of the aircraft complete with their stories of how they were lost or damaged or simply Struck Off Charge (SOC) and removed from the Navy’s inventory. Of interest to the reader may be the alphabetical Index to the 7,600+ names of Officers, aircrewmen and others mentioned in the book. Squadrons, etc. mentioned include: VB/VP/VPB, FAW, VD, VH, VJ, VMD, VR, NATS, NAS, etc. You may purchase as copy through: Lulu Press, Inc.. Contributed by LCDR Douglas E. Campbell, USNR (Retired) dcamp@aol.com [26FEB2018]

Note NOTICE: Print"...We have commissioned Don Feight don@feightstudios.com [E-Mail Updated 05AUG2000] WebSite: http://www.feightstudios.com/navalasw.htm to do the attached print. He will be making 500 copies. I want to make sure that any VP-90 members that check our page see this print. It is LX-00 flying over a Soviet Charlie Sub. I am not sure where the sub was when our plane flew over it. I think it was during the late 80's when we would deploy to NAF Misawa, Japan. The crew caught him on the surface. It was either in the Sea of Japan or the Sea of "O". It costs $45.00 per copy and $5.00 shipping charge. (2 prints would be $95.00). The size is 18" by 24". It is unframed. Send a check to Don Feight at 8044 South Race Way, Littleton, Co. 80122-3216..." John Larson LCDR(RET) oriondriver1975@yahoo.com [01APR98]

UPDATE "...There were over 50 ordered so far! This aircraft, BUNO 153458 was also in VP-31 when I was a student in 1974. It was RP-27. Well I checked my logbook. It was the very first P-3 that I ever flew. It was my very first flight as a Pilot in a P-3...We are planning to donate one to the National Museum of Naval Aviation at NAS Pensacola when VP-90 has their Reunion next March, 1999 (see .VP-90 Newsletter)...Bob Zafran vpfourever@gmail.com has commissioned Don Feight to do a P-2 Print. Bob wants it done in VP-4 markings..." John Larson LCDR(RET) oriondriver1975@yahoo.com [18SEP98]

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