Last Name

First Name

Middle Name

Nickname

Rank While in VC-2

Street

City

State

Zip

Home Phone

Email Address

Years in VC2

Comments and Notes

Akin

Michael

A

Mike

LTJG

 

 

 

 

 

 

69-71

 

Albarillo

S

R

 

AK1

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Alleman

Alfred

D

Denny

LT

 

 

 

 

 

 

69-71


 

Altemus

John

R

Randy

LT

3 Pondview Drive

Brookfield

CT

06804

203-740-0123

JRAltemus@msn.com

70-72


 

Andresen R N   CDR         68 CO of VC2 1968
Asper Phillip J AMS2 609 Bottino Ln. Virginia Beach VA 23455 757-497- 8260 amscphillret@cox.net 75-78
Baldwin Gregory L Buddah AE2
8601 Beach Blvd. # 901
Jacksonville FL 32216 904-620-9495 gregb72@hotmail.com 74-77  
Baldwin (Dyer) Dorothy J Joyce PN2 8601 Beach Blvd. # 901 Jacksonville FL 32216 904-620-9495   74-76  
Barker Thomas S Tom ADJ2 20164 State Route 7 Waverly OH 45690 72-73
Barnett   Barney AT-3         68  

Baron

G

H

 

CWO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bauman Donald M Boomer AD-2 10 Belt Street North Bellmore NY 11710-2659 515-785-0119   76-80  
Beda Frank A   AMSAN N10739 Cty Rd CC        Tomahawk   WI 54487  715-453- 3001     61-62 My first duty station , Mess cooking, going TAD to Roosevelt roads Puerto Rico , we were told we were  participating in fleet games called operation springboard, it was coincidentaly the same time frame as major happenings in Cuba .  The arrival of the F8 U for Utron 2 , JD1 Twin engine recips from Quonset  Point Vu2  coming to NAS ,   Seeing some of the first Phantoms for the VF squadrons at Oceana    .   CO  : Comander P.O. Harwell 
Bell Donald B Don LTJG         67-68  
Bell James   Jim AMH-2   RI   jimbell41@cox.net 71-74 If all units were like VC-2 Det. I would have stayed for 20.
Benbrook Paul D Benny AE-2   Anchorage AK   alaskabenbrooks@yahoo.com 69-71 aircrew S2
Bennett Brad B Benny AZ-3 1010 S. 7500 W. West Warren UT 84404 801-731-7223 beretiredyes@yahoo.com 71-73  
Berry Barbara L Barb AMH-3 4813 Lawnwoods Dr. Des Moines IA 50310     73-75
Binkley David L Bink AE-3 4509-4 Staffordshire Dr. Wilmington NC 28412 910-790-3192   70 If I could have stayed in VC-2, I would have signed a 20 year contract
Bland Michael S Mike ADR-3 6301 N. Quincy Ave Kansas City MO 64119

816-419-9836

bladebland@yahoo.com 71-75 The greatest leaning experience of my life and one of the best times of my life and the best people I've ever known. Each November I attend the Veteran's Day events in Branson Missouri
Brader Barry R   AME-2 820 Brentwood Dr. Naples FL 34108 239-564-4127 Brbrader@Gmail.com 67-70 Loved 4th of July celebrations on base with the "Blue Angels ".
Bridges Sr. Ralph A   AMS-3 12712 Lee Ben Road       Kingsville MD 21087 410-592-5999 rabridges@comcast.net 69-71  I worked on the line crew during my tour of duty which was extended due to my ill infant daughter.  I thoroughly enjoyed my tour with VC-2 and made many great friends.  I was privileged to work with a great group of officers who distinguished themselves as true professionals. I returned to civilian life in November of 1971.  I have served the citizens of Baltimore County for 34 years as a Baltimore County Police Officer.

Brown

T

A

 

RMSA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

Brown Michael L   AE-2 4 Arbury Drive Iowa City IA 52246 319-512-1636 mndbrown@mchsi.com 69-71  
Brosky Bruce E E4/ADJ-3 5021 West 150th St. BrookPark OH 44142 216-308-3964 bbrosky@sbcglobal.net 69-72

Buck

S

F

 

LTJG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Budlong

Daniel

W

Bud

PR-3

6268 Dyke Road

Chittenango

NY

13037-9404

315-687-3615

dbudlong@twcny.rr.com

68-69

 

Burke

Michael

T

Mike

LCDR

 886 Mahogany Drive

 Minden

NV

89423

775-782-2233

mburke8428@aol.com

68-70


 

Burt

G

L

 

LTJG

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Cain Richard A Rick AM 3809 Wendy Lane Silver Springs MD 20906 301-873-7605 graynred2010@gmai 77-79 Was my first squadron after boot. Worked hard and played hard. The officer's loved doing room insp. in my room, saved it for last so they could sit and pick an album from my great collection.

Carter

R

L

 

LT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheikin

Meyer

 

 Super

LT

 55  Hampton Drive

 Manchester

CT

06040

860-643-7026

mcheikin@aol.com

70-72


 

Clarke

Charles

W

Charlie

LT

2440 Hallmark Dr. 

Pensacola 

FL

32503

850-434-6231

ckkmcw@cox.net 

66-68

 

Clawson Dewy   YN-1         62-69  

Clinton

Samuel

T

 Sam

LCDR

104 Lynnwood Circle

Hattiesburg

MS

39402

 601-268-6986

 

70-75

All night barbecue of whole pigs, lobster from Rhode Island, Trips to Bermuda, Purto Rico and Cuba, and pulling a FIGAT for the first time 

Corper

R

L

 

LT

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

Cole Peter W Pete LTJG 6 Wachusetts Avenue

Lawrence

 MA

01841 978-688-1011

pete_cole@verizon.net

70-71 I was with VC-2 Det Cecil.
Couppee Michael Coup 1155 9th Ave. S Clinton IA 52732 563-503-0398 couppeem@yahoo.com 74-75 A big memory for me is having the Blue Angels share our hanger during the air show in '75. My first Thanksgiving away from home, a man we called Poochie came to my door at the barracks and invited me to dinner at his place with a few other members of the squadron. I was 19 years old at the time.
Cowgill Howard W Cowboy LT 2411 Buen Vista Street Destin FL 32503 850-232-8899 hcowgill@srgcorp.net 67-70 Stationed at NAS Quonset Point, RI. Maintenance & Supply Officer. Shipped many a case of lobster in F8's to NAS Oceana. Towed targets for battleship off the coast of Virginia and went to "Operation Springboard" at NAS Roosevelt Roads in 1968 - 69.
Crews Donald E HM3 561 Bay Road Moultrie GA 31768 229-798-8252 dcrews66.dc@gmail.com 70
Cullinan John III J AT2 3202 Klaus Court Glen Allen VA 23060 804-755-7066 ireland2001@comcast.net 70-73 My years in VC-2 were some of the best of my life. Retired firefighter

Dann

Jonathan

B

Jon

 

 

 

 

 

68-70


 

Darby Joel J AMHC 376 Alpine Drive Jasper GA 30143 joejak@tds.net 74-77 I worked in QA as a first class under CPO Barnes, when i made CPO i took over QA. Had a lot of friends there but have lost contact with them.
De Fina Joseph R Joe DKSN  303 Chatham O West Palm Beach FL 33417

 

joedefina@hotmail.com 

73 Spring and Summer of 1973; I took care of the payroll for VC-2, as well as Fentress, Comfitwing 1, Cherry Point Marine Aviators, and NAS Patuxent. I arrived in February, 1973 just after a nasty blizzard left 10' drifts. The Blue Angel's F4 Phantoms shared our hangar when they were in town. I shipped out for OCS at NAS Pensacola in August, 1973.

Defeo

M

Rocco

Rocky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

64-66


 

Demko  Francis   Frank ATN-3   Ruckersville VA 22968   63-66 Quonset Point Detachment
Denning Donald N Don AT-1 3806 East Hwy 90  New Iberia   LA 70560 337-380-9200  dondenning@yahoo.com 67-70  
Dougherty Kenneth H RotorHead ADC 245 West Citrus Drive Farmerville CA 93223

559-730-1126

adckhd@gmail.com

77-79
Eckberg John D   AMS-3       jdeplane@aol.com 61-62 Those afterburner section takeoffs were a kick to watch. I was plane captain and had the XO's aircraft.
Ehrman Robert   ATAN          
Erdel George T   E4 3940 Cider Drive Murfreesboro TN 37129 615-631-4305  gerdel@comcast.net 76-80  Looking to connect with Chief Willingham from the line Division. The BEST CHIEF I ever knew.

Flaherty

John

B

John

LT

 117 State Rd 240

Taos

NM

87571

575-758-1126

popcorn@taosnet.com

69-70

Hi to everyone
 

Fink

Jerry

 

Jerry

LCDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forbis

Elred


 

Rod

LT

3916 Wentworth Dr.

Durham

NC

27707

919-596-8221

 

64-67


 

Fowler

M

D

 

LTJG

 

 

 

 

 


 

70-71

 

Friebely John S Frieb E-5 / AQ2 P.O.Box 2513    Branchville NJ 07826  207-752-1072    69-70    I think about the Navy all the time. I've had a lot of great jobs along the way, but my time in VC-2 was the most memorable, oddly enough. It was, after all, my 1st assignment. I always felt that I learned more from the Navy than I did in college. I was the guy who painted the big metal insignia that hung on the side of the hanger bay in Oceana.  Thanks VC-2, hope all you guys live forever.
Galardo Anthony     AN AZ 353 Ashley Creek Dr. Elgin SC 29045   jgalardo@sc.rr.com 65-67  I remember my first flight in the S-2 and the first tow target I threw out was colored red. I enjoyed flying in the S-2. I remember the checker games and ping pong games while waiting for our planes to come back off their missions. I'll never forget my first plain I taxied out and the one I brought in. Some names I remember. Boland, McNeil, Rose, Cook, Morretti, Hennese, Neil,Cornell, I see faces but can't remember names.
Garrett Randall E Randy AT-3 N61 W15285 Howe Ave. Menomonee Falls WI 53051   reg57@att.net 72-75  
Garrison Russell F Russ YN-3 163 Brookline Rd. Ballston Spa NY 12020 518-885-9646 garrisonruss@aol.com 69-71 Being a Yeoman in the admin office of VC-2 Det Cecil Field, I had contact with all the members of our squadron, both Officer and Enlisted. Being part of a Naval Air Squadron in the 1970's is something I will always hold very dear to my heart. I will, till I die, be so very proud to have served with the Officers and Enlisted of VC-2 DET CECIL.
Gilligan Mike   AT-2   Carteret NJ   popopkahuna@yahoo.com 51 - 54 I WORKED THE FLIGHT LINE AND MANNED THE BASE RADIO. I FLEW AS CREWMAN ON TARGET TOWING, TORPEDO RECOVERYAND ZEBRA-THREE-GEORGE EXERCISES. HAVE LOST TOUCH WITH EVERYONE I SERVED WITH AND WOULD LIKE TO RENEW CONTACT. IF YOU REMEMBER ME, E-MAIL ME.

Ginzinger

J

E

 

AMH2

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Green Donald C Cliff LT 6214 Militia Ct Fairfax VA 22039 703-426-2662 cliffgreen@cox.net 64 - 65 I was transferred from VF-84 with the F8C and was the legal officer.
Greene Paul M   AMS-2   #10 Tenby Rd  Havertown PA 19083 610-789-8254     74 - 77 Corrosion control shop, painting Cmdr. Lamberts corvette with the squadron modexing. the old gang Forrest Warren, Chris Hackbarth, Pete Mitchell, Poochie & Butch. The endless hours at the beach or the EM club.

Grigsby

Rick

L

 

AO-2

PO Box 303

Blanco

TX

78606

830-885-2361

grigsby@gvtc.com

64-68
 

 

Hackbarth Christopher F AD3 16 Cedar Street 11 NY 14001 716-542-4112 chackbarth@mylestool.com 73-77 The best learning lessons of my life. Many good people.
Halfhill Steve D Halfhitch AMH 3 3804 US HWY 85    Yoder WY 82244   307-532-0609   stevehalfhill@hotmail.com 71-72   1st Class Williams was a great NCO and Commander Baker were great ppl to work for. Flying was a great experience

Harrell

Gary

W

 

LTJG

3209 Quimby Court

Virginia Beach

VA

23452

757-340-3666

 

62-65

 

Harris

I

E

Chip

LTJG

3930 Northampton Rd.

Durham

NC

27707

919-489-6340

ieh3@hotmail.com

65-66

A lot of flight hours and instrument time paid great dividends in the years that followed.  On every approach to the ship at night or in bad weather, I thanked those days in VC-2.

Herman Harry     AA 22 Lakeside Way Palm Coast FL 32137 516-612-7127 Hherman7@hotmail.com 77-78 Plane Captain worked for Chief Willingham Good memories.

Hernandez

B

P

 

SD2

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Hoffman Paul M   E5 110 W. 11th Street Dover OH 44622-0484 330-343-9040 paulsuehoffman@gmail.com 68-70 The most vivid memory would be the mock beach invasion that we participated in. It was quite a thrill to see the aircraft that we worked on up and flying, literally "in our faces". Then there was the day we spent on the USS America during their dependents day cruise. The saddest memory would be the loss of two pilots. One was Lt. Bell, a mustanger who related to everyone.
Homer Jacob     AE2 248 Casa Dell Gaston SC 29053 803-413-0528 jhomer51@yahoo.com 69-73  
Houle Joseph A   AO2         73  
Houston Ken   AE2         kjhouston20@aol.com 72-76 Lot of fun. Had a great Division Chief AEC Smith. Best friends where AE2 George E Jordan who retired as AEC Jordan and ADR2 Bobby Bowles . Flew with fun pilots like LTJG Dan Perrine and LT. Ken Kleincheck

Howard

C

B

 

CDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

CO of VC-2

Jason Christopher S Jase AT2 6612 12th Avenue North #2 Richfield MN 55423-2627 612-869-7007   74 -77 I came to VC-2 as an ATAA, spent about a week in the AT shop and then went to the line for (supposedly) a six-week stint. I ended up on the line for my entire stay at VC-2. Anyone who would like to write to my e-mail address, be sure to include "VC-2" in the subject line, since I won't recognize your e-mail address.
Jennings John M Jet LCDR P.O. Box 237 Mollusk VA 22517 804-462-0273   68  

Jinks

J

B

 

LTJG

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Johnson William L Bill AE-2 702 Bowsprit Pt. Lanoka Harbor NJ 08734 609-971-0441      bj7022@comcast.net 63-66  

Johnson

G

D

 

AE-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Jones

R

Clifton

Cliff

CDR

4023 Latham Drive 

Haymarket 

VA

20169

 

cliffrcj@verizon.net

69-71

CO of VC-2 1970-71

Jones

Hal


 

Hal

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

69-71

USNA 1968

Kipp Eugene R   AT1-NC1

9350 Inkberry Ct 

Manassas 

VA

20110  703-368-3345  kippster39@yahoo.com 74-76  
Klatt Robin T Tony E5 80 Baker Ave. Meriden CT 06451 203-631-1931 robinklatt@dabver.com 74-76

Kleinknecht

K

C

 

LTJG

 

 

 

 

73

 

Kulha John J AE-3 3429 Plantation Drive Sarasota FL 34321

941-735-8072

jbk1987@verizon.net

67-69 AE-3, Aircrew, towed targets for ships in the Atlantic. Went to "Operation Springboard" at NAS Roosevelt Roads in 1968 - 69.

Lambert

R

A

 

CDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

73

 

Larry

Walter

C

Chuck

CDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

68-71

CO of VC-2 1971

Larson

John

C

John

LT

 

 


 

 

69-71

 

Leboeuf

Myron

J

Pepe

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

68-71


 

Lee

Daniel

W

Dan

LT

4961 60th Ave. South

St. Petersburg

FL

33715

727-422-1772

dlee0005@earthlink.net

65-68

Great Years and Great Memories. Loved flying the F-8.

Lichenstein Arthur W Arth AN 20 Pine Brook Court Cheshire CT 06410 203-699-1749   65-67 Lots of characters. Playing intermural sports. Poker games in the barracks lasting all weekend. We played payday stakes and the big winner had to collect from all the losers and pay all the other winners. It wasn't unusual for there to be 20 participants.

Logan

Carl


 

Flack

LTJG

129 Chanteclaire Circle

Gulf Breeze

FL

32561

850-934-8056

cfkvlogan@aol.com

65


 

Lyons George T   AO-3   OH   glyons6288@aol.com 71-73  
Markert Robert T Bob E3 377 Tunnel Road Rowe MA 01367 413-3374268 littlebrookfarm377@yahoo.com 70-72 I was a ord. loader at the time.spent time with Vc8 in Cuba

Marshall

Steven

 E

Steve

LT

6 Nantucket Ct.

Dover

 NH

03820

603-343-2264 

 saderball@gmail.com

 63-66

 Great times in VC-2. I designed the squadron patch I see is still being used...prize was 30 days of no SDO duty! Hi to Rocco DeFeo, Kurt Rohdenburg, Gary Harrell, John Watkins, Al Jenkins, John Morgan, Roger Wanamaker, Kuip and all the rest. My first division was Material Control..and never did understand the FSN logic. Became Safety Officer in '65, and first accident I had to do was John Morgan's ejection at the 180. John didn't get a scratch.

Martz Brad L   AME-2 2809 E Maple Grove Ave. Fort Wayne IN 46806 260-456-2629 bdmartz@comcast.net 74-78  
Massey Steve AT2 74-77
McCullough Hayward Mac E2 201 Duffie Drive Lexington SC 29072 803-768-9791 haywardmccullough8@gmail.com 72-74 I was an A4 plane captain.

McFarland

Ralph

 

 

CDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

66-67

CO of VC-2 1966-67

Miller David P E4 11342 Wilson Mills Rd Chardon 44024 78-81
Miller Greg AD-3 69
Miller Peter AME-3 4335 Berwick Toledo OH 43612 419-360-1627 psm4335@aol.com 73-75 Had a great time.

Moore

Robert

W

Bob

LCDR

1620 Whitehorne Road

Virginia Beach

VA

23455

757-464-5281

jetmoore1@hotmail.com

66-68

 

Morgan

John

 

John

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

?-66

 

Neal Teddy M Ted LT 2108 Gentlewinds Drive Green Cove Springs FL 32043 904-406-0855 tedmaryneal@yahoo.com 71-74 Dets. to support Quonset Pt. and Cecil permanent Dets. Squadron parties with lobster from Quonset and shrimp from JAX. Giving all our A4's to Israel. PMCF or last A4E when we finally got it together.

Neville

William

J

Willie-Joe

LT

 

 

 

 

 

 

69-71


 

Nielsen

D

J

 

LT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nycum Robert B Tad E-4 /AT3 robertnycum@gmail.com 78-80 It was my first duty after (a)school. Looking back I had a good time and learned alot. I was backseat equaled and stood the very last ASDO of the squadron. Finished out my time with VA-42. Ultimately did 20 years and retired in 98.

Nygard

Howard

T

Howie

LTJG 

8252 Fairway Dr.

 Meridian

MS

39305 

601 679-7608 

 

67-68


 

Oats

Dennis

B

Oatsy

E-4

412 Bryant

  Taylorville

IL

62568

2178233386

Oatsy1825@icloud.com

70-73

 Lots of fun in Va Bch.

Olsen Richard G   YN3 3667 Clearbrooke Court Duluth GA 30097 770-813-3223 rgomo@bellsouth.net 70-71  

Paulson

John

E

Jep

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

69-71


 

Pereira Val J AN Olive Branch MS 38654 vpveteran@yahoo.com 73-74
Perrine Dan M   LTJG 14642 South 25th Street Phoenix AZ 85048 480-759-4822      
Perry Dave   YN1 1800 E. Fairmount Ave. Baltimore MD 21231 410-342-4858 Sailor410@aol.com 75-79  
Peterman Joe E AE-2 Sydney Aus joepeterm@gmail.com 63-66

Punches

Robert

 

Bob

LT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Redmond Michael   Red AMH 3 510 Gold Dust Rd.  Seguin TX 78155 830-556 -1735   73-76 I was a aircrew man on TA4J BACKSEAT AND US2C AIRCREW ALSO . What to find old navy buddies. VC2 was one of the best times of my life

Reed

K

J

 

LTJG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Renner

Lorraine

E

Larry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70-72

CO of VC-2 70-72

Reppen Russel Ripper E-5 3088 Streb Way Cottage Grove WI 53527 608-770-6230 ruslinrep@gmail.com 68-72

Roach

F

E

 

CWO-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robb Jerry H   ADCS 6941 Summerset Circle Lincoln NE 68516-1567 402-488-3851   75 -77  
Roberts Charles B AMHC Jacksonville FL tinbender1@comcast.net 70-74

Made Chief in VC-2, 1st Squadron where I served with Females in it .

Rhode Robert Jr. E LT 13424 Chesdin Landing Dr Chesterfield VA 23838 804-590-1501 Robrhode@hotmail.com 73-77 Getting shot down

Rohdenburg

Kurt

A

Kurt

LT

2731 River Road

Virginia Beach

VA

23454

 757-481-1828

Rohdenburg@cox.net 

63-66

 

Rose

John

D

 

AMH 2

 490 Arbor Lane

Pittsburgh

PA

15236

412-653-1090

 

73-76

 

Ross Rodney F   AT-3 6596 Hall Road Galloway OH 43119 ifire6@aol.com 71-72

Finished up my service time in VC-2 . What a great bunch of guys. I made and painted several plaster casts of the Trans-Dogpatch insignia for the officers and kept one for myself I still have it on my wall in my office.

Sanborn

R

L

 

LT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sears Charles W Chuck E-2 3220 Chalfin Ave Norfolk VA 23513 cws2444@aol.com 72-75  Worked in Admin/Operations doing all kinds of administrative job. Junior man - and it rolls down hill. Stripped, waxed and buffed the passageway outside of the OIC's office 3 times a week.
Sees Martin A Andy PR2 3135 Redfield Dr. Leland NC 28351 724-991-9770 mandrew713@gmail.com 70-74  
Shaddix Brannon T Turtle AK-3 700 Masons Lane Ferrum VA 24088 540-420-4013 abcthink77@aol.com 73-77  
Sherrier William J Bigs AN 9 Chandoga Drive Newton NJ 07860 973-632-0303 william.sherrier@spcorp.com 72-75  
Shick Kenneth E Shick AN 746 Campbell Ave. New Kensington PA 15068 724-448-5775 76-77 Was a plane captain...was my first navy duty station after boot camp...was a great first time.

Smith

D

H

 

AMH-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Smith James D Snuffy ADR 2   Harrison AR 72601   73-75  

Snow

Robert

G

Snowball

LCDR

3918 Darien Highway

Brunswick

GA

31525

912-265-8493

 

70-72

 

Sorber Neal A   ADR-3 214 W 5th Street Miffinville PA 18631   Nealsorber1946@gmail.com 67-69  
Sprout Joel C Joel E5 506 Canal Drive Kill Devil Hills NC 27948 252-441-8839 jcsproat@charter.net 75-78  
Stoops Lou   AT-1         68-69  

Stubbs

R

F

 

YN-3

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Sweet Robert B Moose LT 6010 E Cty Rd 36 Ozark AL 36360     76-79  
Synnott Ted J Bundy ADJ-3  2 Pine Tree Drive Apt.6 Poughkeepsie NY 12603 914-737-4400 terrance.synnott@med.va.gov 74-76  

Taylor

H

R

 

CDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

73

 

Tewalt(Johnson) Barbara E   AN 6 N Stuart Road Newport News VA 23605 757-327-0352  bemoen@aol.com 75-77

I remember one weekend they were doing a cross country mission (Lobster Run) up to Brunswick and they were kind enough to pick me up in Lakehurst while on a refueling stop.  I rode all the way back to Oceana in the back end of the Super Stoof with a crate load of lobsters packed beside me.  I couldn't turn my head to the left for fear of getting a claw in my eye!

Thompson

Joseph

 

Joe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

65-67

 

Vercruysse

R

E

 

ADR-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Wald John T ADR3 10908 Madison Ave Kansas City MO 64114 waldjt50@gmail.com 71-72 We were stationed at NAS Cecil Field as a detachment. Great memories of the people
Walker Harold R Ray AE3 101 Middleton_LN Greenville SC          

Watkins

George


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

Watkins

John

R


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

61-64


 

Watts

Gary

M

Smokey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

69-71


 

Weidner TJ   AMS1

816 Greenbirer Circle, #208

Chesapeake VA 23320 757-424-5793 weidnert@tecsysint.com 73-76  

Weigand

Garry

L

Garry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

68-70


 

Westfall

George

H


 

 LT

 22915 Paul Revere Dr.

 Calabasas

 CA

 91302

 818-222-7624

 westfa2@sbcglobal.net

68-70


 

Whelchel

Henry

C

Chick

CDR

 

 

 

 

 

 

69-70

CO of VC-2 1969

White

B

E

 

AA

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

White James M Whitey ADR2 9827 Gandy Ave. Santee CA 92071 619-449-7439 midlnd433@aol.com 70-73 In 1973 myself and two other members of VC-2 Quonset were transferred to Asmara Ethiopia

Willis

Melvin

R.

Mel

LTJG

 


 

 

 

 

 

69-71


 

Wilt Kevin J AE3 501 French Rd. Rochester NY 14618 caveman1955@gmail.com 74-75
Windsheimer Douglas W Doug ADJ-3 4204 W 7th St. Rd. Greeley CO 80634 970-353-7329 cofarmhome@aol.com 71-72

Winslow

Bruce

M

Bruce

 LTJG

 13010 McKee Road

 Festus

MO

 63028

636-931-2163

 Bruce.Winslow@yahoo.com

65-68


 

Yacchart

D

L

 

ADJ1

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

 

Yamarino Anthony M Tony PO3 505 Drake Lane Canton GA 30115 678-880-7070 Captyams@yahoo.com