A BIT OF HISTORY: "...VPB-99 was an operational training squadron based in NAS Alameda, California. Last stage of training for Pacific bound rotational relief crews prior to transpac to NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. CO was William J. Scarpino, Commander USN. Decommissioned in spring of 1946..." Contributed by R. R. "Bob" Esch, Commander USN (Ret) email@example.com [24JAN99]
A BIT OF HISTORY: "...WWII US NAVY Aviators (LT(jg) W. G. Booze) FLight Logbook - VPB-99 April 1945..." WebSite: EBay http://www.ebay.com [30DEC2011]
A BIT OF HISTORY: Naval Historical Center, Department Of The Navy, Washington, D. C http://www.history.navy.mil/branches/dictvol2.htm [28APR2001]Circa 1944 - 1946
A BIT OF HISTORY: "...LT(jg) E. Haddy (1943-1946)..." [06MAR2005]
A BIT OF HISTORY: "...History of FAW-11 - History from 00AUG42-00DEC44 - Submitted December 19th, 1944. Squadron's Assigned: VP-31, VP-32, VP-53, VP-74, VP-81, VP-83, VP-92, VP-94, VP-98, VP-99, VP-130, VP-131, VP-133, VP-141, VP-147, VP-204, VP-205, VP-212, VP-213, VP-214 and VP-215..." Official U. S. Navy Records (National Archives and Records Administration) via Fold3 http://www.fold3.com/ [04DEC2012]
"VP-99 History Summary Page"