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A BIT OF HISTORY: "...The aircraft is in sad shape and in need of some serious maintenance. Panels, jackscrews, actuators, hatches, etc. are gone. I know when I was in VP-94 we occasionally had to go to our on-site 'hanger queen' for several parts and then never put them back. Shame on us..." Contributed by BURNS, AO1 Barnie email@example.com [06OCT2011]
A BIT OF HISTORY: "...We Had 15 PBY5A's and operated throughout WW II in Brazil. WE sank U-590 and U-662 off the coast of Northern Brazil near the mouth of the Amazon..." Contributed by John B Sargent jbsarg@Juno.com[08JUN98]
A BIT OF HISTORY: "...SRU VP-5056 was a Reserve Composit Squadron with its members who are technically part of either VP-50 or VP-56. If necessary those squadrons could pull personnel from Reserve Units across the US to augment its normal crews. There were many such Reserve Composit Squadrons at the various VP Airfields. NAS Moffett Field, California, NAS New Orleans, Louisiana, NAS Memphis, Tennessee, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, etc. We flew VP-94 aircraft when we were on our weekends and cruises, and even went on cruises to Lajues with them...." Contributed by Richard Pettit firstname.lastname@example.org [24JUN98]
A BIT OF HISTORY: VP-94 P2 BUNO: 147954 "...BUNO: 147954 served with VP-31/VP-94...This aircraft is on display in front of the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB. Someone from the squadrons may remember this plane and like to know it still is pretty much in one piece..." Contributed by Gene Steyne GeneSteyne@aol.com [19SEP2000]
"VP-94 History Summary Page"