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Memorial Picture "...HAAG, Ernie...I received an E-mail yesterday that Ernie Haag passed away Sunday, July 28, 2002..." Contributed by AX2 Lee (Andy) Anderson vp48sugarfox1@gmail.com [29JUL2002]

Memorial Picture "...HAAS, AO Edward J...My Father, Edward J. Haas, passed away April 2004. Dad was an AO and was air crew in P2V aircraft based in Japan sometime between 1956-1959. I think that he was based out of NAS Atsugi, Japan or Youkouska. He was part of VAH-8 onboard the Midway for the 1959 to 1960 cruise. I don't know what squadron he was in but he had a jacket patch with a picture of a donkey on it and it read Fergie's Flying Jackasses. Dad never talked a lot about it and I was just wondering what his job might have been and what kind of guy he was then. I was a destroyer sailer and Dad always made sure that I knew that he was aircrew and NOT ships crew. If anybody knew him I would be grateful for anything that you could tell me. Daniel J. Haas xkw648@yahoo.com..." [20MAR2008]

Memorial Picture "...HABERMAN, AMHC Elmer J...My father, AMHC Elmer J. Haberman Retired, passed away about a year ago in California. I have had the pleasure of reviewing many photos and memorabilia he had left behind and was able to enjoy many memories. Of course, prominent in my mind was the many years he was stationed in NAS Alameda, California with VR-2 and VP-9. I have recently looked at the slides he took in the late 1950's detachment tours to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and NAS Adak, Alaska. I wanted to pass on to his former Shipmates, that my father loved his Navy time, was active in the Fleet Reserve and always had a warm spot for his time with VP-9. I also want to thank you for the good memories...Son Rich Haberman rhaberman@comcast.net..." [05JAN2004]

Memorial Picture "...HACKER, REAR ADMIRAL Benjamin Thurman...(VP-10, VP-21, VP-24, VP-31, VP-47, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Brunswick, Maine, NAS Moffett Field, California and NAF Naples, Italy) - Rear Admiral Benjamin T. Hacker - Rear Admiral Benjamin T. Hacker, USN (Ret.), age 68, of Norfolk, VA, passed away on December 28, 2003 at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. Born in Washington, DC, he was a graduate of Wittenburg University in Springfield, OH. After completing Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, FL, he was commissioned Ensign in 1958. He was selected for flag rank in the US Navy in 1980, and assumed duties as Commander U.S. Military Enlistment Processing Command with headquarters in Fort Sheridan, IL. In 1982, he became Commander Fleet Air Mediterranean; Commander Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance Forces, Sixth Fleet; and Commander Maritime Air Forces Mediterranean with headquarters in Naples, Italy. After retiring from the United States Navy in 1988...http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=benjamin-t-hacker&pid=1746775 - December 31, 2003..." Contributed by GOODMAN, AWCS Edward E. "Ed" edinsea@hotmail.com [29JUN2012]

Memorial Picture "...HAGY, Captain Jim...For those of us that knew Jim, we are much the better for it. His sincere friendship, quick wit, superior intelligence, and willingness to get any job well done was the composition of an exceptional Naval Officer and fine man. Without exception Jim was one of the very best TACCOs that ever flew a ASW mission. Jim was also very instrumental in VP-49 receiving a record three Meritorious Units Commendations for its 1975 deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, its 1976 Ascension Island Operations, and its deployment to Iceland in 1976 (a periord of only 22 months). Jim was surely one of the very best - and will be sorely missed. Our heartfelt prayers and thoughts to Judy and family. Service would be held next Saturday August 1, 2009 at the Duke U. Chapel at 1100 hours...." Contributed by BRITTINGHAM, CAPTAIN Mike Retired captemb@comcast.net [27JUL2009]

Memorial Picture "...HALEY, MCPO Leo Jr...MCPO Leo Haley, Jr. Retired passed away 3 December 2012. Dad served aboard the USS Saratoga, then went to VP-66 and retired while serving with HS-75. Viewing will be held at Seaside Funeral Home Chapel, Corpus Christi, TX on 12 Dec 2012 from 4:00PM to 7:00PM. Funeral Service will be held at the same location on 13 Dec 2012 at 11:00AM. To view tribute please visit Seaside Funeral Home - Leo Haley..." Contributed by Ricky Haley rrhaley@aol.com [10DEC2012]

Memorial Picture "...HALLORAN, LT John...LT VP 10 1955 - 1958 passed away December 24, 2008..." Contributed by WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. vp10_archives@juno.com [29JAN2009]

Memorial Picture "...HALPIN, AO1 Chet...My dad AO1 Chet Halpin flew with VPB-26 during WWII as an aerial gunner, bow turret on PBMs. Chet flew as a Combat Aircrewman during the Saipan Iwo Jima Okinawa campaigns and air attacks against the Japanese home islands. His sqdn. sunk numerous enemy vessels, rescued downed NAVY/MARINE aircrews, and was the first US sqdn. to operate out of Japan (Tokyo Bay). For his actions he was awarded The D.F.C. the AIR MEDAL w/ 3 Gold stars Combat Air Crew Wings, and numerous unit and campaign citations. Dad died on 21 July 2000 and is missed more than words can describe. Because of my dads love of Naval Aviation I to joined Mother Navy and served two tours of duty in Vietnam as a Aircrewman with VR 21 C-130s and off the Helicopter Assault Ship New Orleans LPH 11 . For this I will be forever proud to have FLY NAVY..Thanks for your efforts in preserving our proud heritage of serving our country in some of the most trying of times. SEMPER FI to our fellow Marine brothers of the air...Sincerely Tim Halpin. halpint@nibco.com..." [06OCT2000]

Memorial Picture "...Shipmate Pix HAMMOND, Robert Laverne Sr...My grandfather, Robert Laverne Hammond, was a bellygunner on a PB4Y-1, and served with VPB-104. Mr. Hammond passed away at age 78, in Evansville, Indiana, and is interred at Maury cemetary in Richmond, Virginia. I do not know which crew he flew with in VPB-104, but my dad says that the pilots last name may have been Mcdonald, or something similar to this. My grandfather didn't talk much about the war, and we didn't press him for much info. He did however, when I was a kid, show me several crew photo's, and I think his plane's nose art may have been a girl in a grass skirt, possibly a hula girl. He also show me a couple of medals, and badges, and I know one was a distinguished flying cross. I recently discovered VPNavy and a few other related sites, and haven't found any information on his crew. His name is on the missing Shipmates list for VPB-104 so I assume someone may have some information on him, or at least knew him. If anyone knows of any information I can get on his crew, exploits, or any photo's that may be posted I would very much like to hear from you. Thanks!..." Contributed by Matthew C. Hammond Sr. mchstarblazer@comcast.net [E-Mail/PIX Updated 06FEB2010 | 19MAR2002]

Memorial Picture "...HAMMOND, Thomas Alva...My Grandfather, Thomas Alva Hammond, was a part of VPB-6 during WWII. I am looking for someone who might have new him. He passed away in 1956 and I have very little information to go on. I have bits and pieces from his service record. Thank you!...Jeff Hammond jeffrey.r.hammond@uscg.mil..." [22DEC2006]

Memorial Picture "...HAMES, Harry Edward...My Father, Harry Edward Hames, from Revere, Massachusetts served with VP-212 assigned to FAW-11 from May 1942 to October 1945. I would like to hear from anyone that served with my Father. Ellen K Davis daviel@peoplepc.com..." [03JUL2009]

Memorial Picture "...HANEY, Frank Layton...Dad served with CASU-56, CASU-64, USS Shangri La (CV-38) and the USS Rendova (CVE-114). Dad served in the navy from 1943 to 1946..." Contributed by Dorothy Haney dothaney@gmail.com [25MAY2012]

Memorial Picture "...HANISEE, AWC Sid...I am Kerry Hyder, daughter of Sid Hanisee. I am saddened to report that after a long battle with lymphatic and throat cancer, Sid passed away at home in his sleep in Houston, TX on October 28th. Sid Hanisee served with VP-22, NAMTRADET NAS Moffett Field, California, and VP-31, and VP-17. His remains will be interred with his parents in New Orleans, his boyhood stomping grounds...Kerry Hyder zootis@aol.com..." [20NOV2003]

Memorial Picture "...HANLEY, CDR William L...CDR William L. Hanley, 76, (VP-4 65-67), passed on October 15, 2010. He is survived by his wife, Suzanne; sons Rob of Virginia Beach and Craig of Hampton; and daughter Marcia Thrasher and her husband Mac of Chesapeake. He is also survived by a sister, Betty Harrell of Mililani, HI, and six grandchildren. CDR Hanley joined the U.S. Navy in 1954 as a Naval Aviation Cadet and received his navy wings and officer commission in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in 1956. He received Bachelor of Science degrees in 1961 from San Jose State College and later from Old Dominion University. He served in various commands in California, Hawaii, Florida, Cuba, and Virginia where he retired in August 1980. His most memorable career experience was as a member of the Apollo 8 Space Capsule Recovery Team aboard USS Yorktown (CVS-10) in December 1968. There will be a private gathering of family and friends at the family's Lake Gaston home on a date to be decided. Any donations to CDR Hanley's memory may be sent to the Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida, 1750 Radford Blvd., Suite B, NAS Pensacola, Florida 32508. Cremation Society of Virginia is assisting the family. Online condolences may be expressed at http://www.cremationresource.org..." Contributed by Larry Hames (VP-4 Veterans Assn Database Manager) database@vp4association.com [22OCT2010]

Memorial Picture "...HANNA, AOC Hugh Eugene "Horrible Hughie"...Born January 8, 1935, passed away at home at the age of 73 in Riverside, CA on August 26, 2008. He is survived by his wife of 31 years Ramona, son Jimmie and daughter Denise, grandson's Joshua & Dillon. He spent 20 yrs. in the U.S. Navy from 1952-1972 and retired as an Aviation Ordinance Chief. He was based in NAS Alameda, California and also served in Vietnam on the USS Coral Sea; and served aboard the USS Boxer & USS Yorktown with Attack Squadron VA-65 in the Korean War and on the USS Kearsarge and with VP-4 from 1959-62. His affectionate nickname while in the Navy was "Horrible Hughie". He continued to support the Navy throughout his life. After his military service, he went to work for Stanford Research Center and later to FMC before retiring. He spent his life giving to anyone and everyone he could. He was a good man and will be truly missed. Arrangements entrusted to Chapel of the Chimes Memorial Park and Funeral Home, 32992 Mission Blvd., Hayward, CA 94544 510-538-3131 ..." Contributed by ANDRUSZKEWICZ, Steve "Andy" sgpa2zfmly@aol.com [19JUL2010]

Memorial Picture "...Shipmate Pix HANNER, CPO Richard "Rick" Retired...CPO Richard A. Hanner (VP-26 and VAQ-33) lost his battle to Colon Cancer 10/10/2011. My husband brought insight - a wicked sense of humor - joy to many that knew him. He is sadly missed to this day..." Contributed by Sherry Hanner sherry_hanner@yahoo.com [PIX Added 16SEP23012 | 15SEP2012]

Memorial Picture "...HANSEN, CDR Jens Burnell...It is with a sadness that I report that we have lost a wonderful friend. May GOD receive him for all the great things he accomplished during his lifetime. My fond memories of him as my VP-10 Commanding Officer, my Patrol Plane Commander and our travels together during the years 1961-1963 will be forever cherished - Here was his facebook page if you wish to leave comments for his family https://www.facebook.com/jens.hansen.73594 - Signed: Jesse James. Jens Burnell Hansen, 91, passed into the next life on 6 January 2014 at the Corpus Christi Heart Hospital following a short illness. He is predeceased by spouses Martha Jane Hansen and Eloyce Farmer Hansen - http://www.aikenstandard.com/..." Forwarded WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. vp10_archives@juno.com [03FEB2014]

Memorial Picture "...HANSON, AO1 Charles C. (Skip)...I would like to leave a note concerning AO1 Charles C. (Skip) Hanson - Retired. To anyone who knew him from VP-90 NAS Glenview, Illinois. I regret to report that he passed away 19 February 2001 at 1930 hours from complications following major surgery for a fatal infection. He will be deeply missed by his wife Toni, and all his friends. For any further information please contact me. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Disabled American Veterans or The Paralized American Veterans. May he have fair winds and following seas...AD1 Phillip Pennington damnyankee@suddenlink.net..." [20FEB2001]

Memorial Picture "...HARE, Franklin W....Once again it has become my sad duty to inform all "Executioners" (VP-93) of the passing of LCDR Franklin W. Hare. LCDR Hare died in his sleep on December 7th, 2002 of an aparent heart attack. His wife Ev passed the following: Thursday December 12th, 2002 viewing at Mullins and Thompson Funeral Home, 186 Shelton Shop Rd., Stafford, VA 22554 PH 540.659.7690. Friday December 13th, 2002 he will bew interned at The Quantico National Cemetary after services at the funeral home at 1300hrs. Frank was a Officer's officer. As a Marine he served in Korea servicing Marine Fighter bombers as an enlisted maintenenceman. After discharge he attended school on California and earned a BSEE and a MSEE. He was hired by Ford Motor Co. as an Electrical Engineer and served till retirement in 1997. He entered the Naval Reserve as a APG, PO1 Electronics Technician and when he turned forty nine yrs old applied for and won an appointment as an Ensign. His career ended with retirement as a Leutenant Commander. Throught his entire military and civilian careers Frank was the most honest person I have ever met and, He stayed a Marine (his Tis Clasp was the Marine, Eagle/Globe) to the end. There is a "Special" place in heaven for you Frank. Bravo Zulu, Rest Easy Shipmate with your brothers...AWCM Thomas Kaiser III tka107@aol.com..." [10DEC2002]

Memorial Picture "...HARRINGTON, Charles Barry...My Father, Charles Barry Harrington, served with VT-31, VW-15, VPB-125, VS-42 and others. Please feel free to contact me if you knew my Dad or have pictures of him. Thanks..." Contributed by Roger Harrington rkharrington@gmail.com [27DEC2011]

Memorial Picture "...Shipmate Pix HARRIS, AT1 Dan Gerald...With great sadness I report to you the passing (11-27-2013) of a very dear friend and Shipmate. Dan Gerald Harris, 73, passed away on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem (Pierce-Jefferson Funeral Service - Dan Gerald Harris - November 3, 1940 - November 27, 2013). Dan served with AEWBarRonPac, VS-30, VS-35 and VS-37..." Contributed by Steve "Andy" Andruszkewicz sgpa2zfmly@aol.com [Pix Updated 06JAN2014 | 02DEC2013]

Memorial Picture "...HARSCHUTZ, CAPTAIN Edward F...My Dad, CDR Edward F. Harschutz, was CO of FASRON-102 back in the mid to late '50s at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. This fits with my arrival 17DEC52 at Great Lakes Naval Hospital. My family stayed around long enough for my to get some sea legs and then hightailed it to Virginia Beach so my Dad could start his new duties at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I'd love to speak with anyone who knew or worked with my Dad as he's been gone now since August 1970. I didn't have enough time with him and he certainly would have enjoyed fishing with his grandson, Edward, IV. Thanks for keeping the memories alive. It's been great fun reading all that I can. With kindest regards...Tim Harschutz timharschutz@yahoo.com..." [02MAR2005]

Memorial Picture "...HARVEY, John...I am sorry to report that John Harvey (USNA '63, VP-7 '65-'68) passed away Tuesday morning 10/19 after a long and valiant battle with throat cancer and many complications. John was Navigator, Copilot, and ultimately PPC of Crew 6, the "Roadrunners". Those of us who knew him knew that if it ever came to a fight, John was the man to have as your wingman - better yet, you could be his. We all loved and admired him for his earthy humor, his keen sense of the absurd, and the high standards he set for himself. John's VP-7 nickname was UMA, for Ugliest Man Alive, but in reality he was a beautiful human being who was at his best when the chips were down - in the airplane, in a Klondike game, or during the last few years. We will all miss him - a lot. Our thoughts and deepest sympathy go out to his family. So long, UMA...William H. Woodruff whw00dy@att.net..." [31OCT99]

Memorial Picture "...HART, Douglas Peter...My father, Doug Hart, served with VP-14 on December 7, 1941, at Kaneohe Bay. He was on Lil' Nell, a member of Bill Paulin's crew. He was in five major battles during Word War II and was at Guadalcanal for a year and a half. Sadly, my father lost his battle with Alzheimer's Disease and prostate cancer on February 18, 2002. My family misses him very much, and are proud to carry on his legacy. Mary Hart Maggay, daughter maggay@yahoo.com..." [01NOV2004]

Memorial Picture "...HASSAN, AMM3 James (Jimmy) E.Seeking any information or contacts for CASU-5. Deceased father-in-law James (Jimmy) E. Hassan's Navy discharge papers list service as AMM 3/c in CASU-5 and USS Copahee (AVG-12) from 1943-1945. Terry Callison,CPT, MI, USAR (Ret) ltterry@policeone.com..." [06NOV2005]

Memorial Picture "...HAUCK, ADR1 John William Jr...My Grandfather, John William Hauck, Jr., a Combat Air Crewman passed away. According to his records he not only served with the United States Air Force but also with the United States Navy (both Active and Reserve). His records indicate he served with VPB-18, VPB-98, VU-6, VPB-2 Operational Training Unit (OTU)-3 and FAW-2. He also served aboard numerous Naval Air Stations including NAS Banana River, Florida, NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Lake City, Florida (Aircrew Training), NAS Norfolk, Virginia . He received numerous awards while serving with VPB-18 as a Plane Captain including the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon, Air Medal (April 3-17, 1945), Gold Star in lieu of the Second Air Medal (April 21-27, 1945), Gold Star in lieu of the Third Air Medal (May 2-20, 1945), Distinguised Flying Cross (April 5 through July 4, 1945), Asiatic Pacific Ribbon (April 1 through July 31, 1945), Good Conduct and American Theatre Okinawa. I would like to hear from any of his former Shipmates..." Contributed by William O'Daniel Jr. williamodaniel@insightbb.com [10OCT2008]

Memorial Picture "...HAUGEN, Jack "Ole"...It is with deepest regret and sorrow that we the Haugen Family must inform you that Jack "Ole" Haugen also loving known as "Happy Jack" has passed on. After a valiant effort through a quadruple bypass and 2 heart valve replacements, Jack passed on Tuesday evening April 8, 2003. Jack was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Should you need to be in touch, Jeff Haugen, Jack's oldest son would like to hear from you. You can reach him at ranchohaugen@juno.com. You might remember "Ole" was our co-host with Admiral James S. Russell at the FAW-4 Reunions. "Ole' did Alaskan tour with the PBY VP-43 - Contributed by Will Swinney (VPB-139). "Ole" also wrote the VP-43 history that was included in "THE ALEUTIAN AIRDALES" by Capt. Carl Amme. "Ole" not only helped run the Reunions he also published the FAW-4 Newsletter - Contributed by Ralph O. Carrigan Rocarr28@aol.com..." Contibuted/forwarded by Ralph O. Carrigan Rocarr28@aol.com [30APR2003]

Memorial Picture "...HAUSLER, Carl...I need to share a sad event with my VP-50 shipmates. Commander Hausler, CO of VP-50 in '68-'69 passed away today. His daughter found my name on the site and sent me a message. He was one of those rare individuals that represented the absolute best of what the Navy was all about. He was one of the COs that everyone will remember as a most remarkable individual. I am going to forward his daughter's message to you...(LT.) Jim Coleman 206yazoo@earthlink.net..."

"...Jim, I was looking thru the VP-50 web page and saw your name and mentioning my Dad, Cdr Carl Hausler. I need to let you know that Dad passed away today. He suffered a heart attack 3 years ago and had a pretty major stroke last november. His passing was very quick and quiet. He died at home in my step mothers arms. I hope we can all be so lucky. One thing is for certain, Dad did love to fly and Navy Air was a huge part of his life. Many of the life long friendships that he had were the all of the VP fliers who lived a very interesting life. You all share a common bond that many peole can not understand. If you have any communication with his VP-50 shipmates, I would be happy if you might let them know the Dads passing. Be well. Carl Hausler, N. Hartland Vt..." [24MAR98]

Memorial Picture "...HAVERLUCK, Bill...Regret to inform you that Bill Haverluck passed away in May 02, 2002 at age 76...HAVERLUCK, YNC Bill..." [28SEP2002]

Memorial Picture "...HAYDEN, John O...My father, John O. Hayden, served aboard the USS Albemarle (AV-5) during the Baker Test in the Bikini Islands. As I understand he was the pay master on the ship. I am interested in information about those days in the Marshall Islands as he was not allowed to talk to us about it. He died in 1991..." Contributed by Susan Jones susala04@hotmail.com [11NOV2013]


HAACK, Fernent B. (Ben) c/o His Son jbrackman@sspps.org "...My dad was at NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England between 1944 and 1945 and was in charge of the hydralic shop at the NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England. He is just interested in seeing if anyone remembers him or any of the other men in the service department. Dad says he still remembers how everyone hated the mutton on Thursdays!..." [30NOV2004]

HAAG, E.V. "Ernie" ernie.haag@centigram.com "...Before leaving VP and the Navy in '87. I enjoyed tours in VP-48 (60-64), FAW-14 (67-69), VP-23 (69-72), VP-30 (72-74), and VP-40 (74-76). E-Mail will change after today, as I will be joining Lucent Technologies for my next "tour". I look forward to browsing often. As I perused the VP-40 site, and the many different logos, I was reminded of the Shipmate who (I believe) designed the first of the current model Marlins in about 1963-64, Lt. Bill Ross. Thanks for the memories..." [24APR98]

HAAKANA, ARM1 Carl dellcar@earthlink.net "...Served with VP-14 (see BIT OF HISTORY)..." [22FEB99]

HAAKE, Pat jjjkldp@psci.net "...VP-5 IN THE LATE 60S EARLY 70S..." [03JAN98]

HAALAND, AMH1 Don L. Retired donhaaland@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-40 and VP-9 at NAS Moffett Field, California flying as a FE..." [03APR2014]

HAAR, Dan RISTKR@AOL.COM "...I served with VP-4 during 1963 through 1965. My crew was in YD 9 and the aircraft was 142545. If any of the ol' crew have survived the ravages of later life, I would enjoy hearing from you..." [12JUN98]

HAAS, Ambrose E. 'Ace' c/o his son Russ Haas RHaas41629@aol.com "...My father was a belly gunner in VPB 104 (Navy) during 1944-45 in the Pacific. He was in crew 10. His pilot's name was John Burton; another name of crew William T. Wales. My Dad lives in Arkansas (does not do computers) if you like to give him a call his number is 501 892-3770..."

HAASE, Bruce vap61vap62@comcast.net "...I served with VAP-61 from 1961 to 1963..." [18AUG2004]

HACKER, REAR ADMIRAL Benjamin Thurman http://www.quarterdeck.org/book/cencoms/hacker.html "...Rear Adm. Benjamin Thurman Hacker was born in Washington, D.C., in September. 19, 1935. Completing most of his high school in Daytona Beach, Fla., He attended the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio and Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. He graduated 1 June, 1957 with a bachelor of arts degree in Science. Upon completion of Aviation Officer Candidate School at Pensacola, Fla., he as commissioned an ensign in September, 1958. He was designated a Naval flight Officer on June 7, 1960. He served with VP-10 and VP-21 from June, 1960 to June, 1963. On March 19, 1960, he was promoted to lieutenant junior grade and in 1963, he reported the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., where he completed the Engineering Science Curriculum. He was promoted to lieutenant on October 1, 1962. In 1964, he reported to VP-31, NAS Moffett Field, California., where he served as personnel officer and a flight and ground instructor in the P-3A aircraft. He attended Fleet Sonar School, Key West, Fla. in June, 1966 and in August, he reported to the NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, where he served as operations officer. In 1967, he was assigned to the U.S. Naval facility, Barbados, West Indies as executive officer. He became commanding officer of that station in 1968. He was promoted to lieutenant commander at this duty station. In 1970, Rear Adm. Hacker reported to VP-47, NAS Moffett Field, California. During this tour, he completed numerous deployments in the P-3C Aircraft to NAS Adak, Alaska and the Western Pacific. He was promoted to commander at VP-47. In 1972, he established the Naval ROTC Unit at Florida A & M University, Tallahassee, Fla., and served as the first professor of Naval Science and commanding officer of this unit. He reported to VP-24, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, in October, 1973. He served for one year as executive officer, prior to assuming command in November, 1974. During this tour, the squadron completed deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and was heavily tasked in major exercises in the Northern and Central Atlantic. From 1975 to 1977, he was assigned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel as director, Equal Opportunity Divisions and special assistant to the Chief of Naval Personnel for Minority Affairs, Washington, D.C. He became a captain on September 1, 1977. In June, 1978, he completed studies in National Security Policy at the Industrial College of the Armed forces, and earned a Master of Science Degree in Business Administration from the George Washington, University. In August, 1978, he was assigned as commanding officer of NAS Brunswick, Maine and in August, 1980, he assumed duties as commander, U.S. Military Enlistment Processing Command with headquarters in Fort Sheridan, Ill. On September 1, 1980, he was designated a rear admiral while serving in this billet. In 1982, he reported for duties as commander Fleet Air Mediterranean; commander, Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance forces, U.S. Sixth fleet; and commander, Maritime Air forces, Mediterranean, with headquarters in NAF Naples, Italy. He assumed duties as director, Total Force Training and Education Division (OP-11) on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations in October, 1984. In May, 1986, he was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Education honoris causa by the George Washington University, Washington, D.C.. Rear Adm. Hacker became commander, NTC in August, 1986. following NTC, he became commander, Naval Base, San Diego. He holds the Defense Superior Service Medal; the Legion of Merit; the Meritorious Service Medal; the Navy Unit Commendation; the National Defense Service Medal; and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Cuba)..." [22JUN2003]

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HACKETT, Edward L. eddiemech@aol.com "...I served with VP-48 (1977-1979) at NAS Moffett Field, California (Powerplants) with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAF Misawa, Japan..." [02MAR2013]

HADDAWAY, Joseph "Joe" joehaddaway@aol.com "...I served with VP-28 (1956 to 1959), NTPS NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (1959 to 1962), VU-5 NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1962 to 1963), VF-162 NAS Miramar (1963 to 1965), NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1965 to 1966), NAS Moffett Field, California (1966 to 1969), NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam (1969 to 1970), VP-6 (1972 to 1974), NAESU NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii (1974 to 1978), VP-17 (1978 to 1980), NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1980 to 1983), NAESU NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1983 to 1985) and then retired 1985. Closed NS Subic Bay, Philippines with NSD in 1992..." [E-Mail Updated 28JUN2008 | E-Mail Updated 01JAN2002 | 30NOV2000]

HADDOW, AE2 William H. Jr. w2h@juno.com "...I served with FASRON-109 from December 1952 until December 1954. I started as an AN and left the squadron as AE2. I transfered to VS-32 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island..." [24JUL2004]

HAGAN, Gary condr6855@aim.com "...I served with VP-8 from 1978 through 1981. I was SS1 on Crew 5. Great group of guys and always had a balst. I was discharged in 1981 and moved back home to Long Island (NY) and still here today! I would love to hear from anyone who I served with. Those were the best times..." [E-Mail Updated 28OCT2007 | 03JUN2000]

HADLEY, AMS1 Bud bud3769@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-24 (Crew 1 with Big John and Hal Wilcox) from 1965 to 1967. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09OCT2009]

HADLEY, Gerald sister@hotmail.com "...I served aboard USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13) from April 1954 to April 1956 in the Fox Division as Gunnery Office Yeoman. Shipmates called me "sister" because I punched a typewriter. Loved my tour of duty and would like to hear from anyone who served aboard the "Sully" during those two years..." [28JUN2004]

HADLEY, AME3 Rich wanettah@msn.com "...I served with VU-5A (12/1964-06/1966) at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines in the Safety and Survival Shop. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [25AUG2011]

HAGAN, PR3 Charles W. charleswhagan@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-28 (1951-1954)..." [15MAY2012]

HAGAN, James k8edidhaga@aol.com "...I am a former personnelman assigned to VP-30 in 1967-1969..." [10SEP2000]

HAGAN, LCDR Jerry R. Retired coastie@haganroost.com "...I was at RTC San Diego in June of 1968 and completed AT A-Schooland AFUN P-School in NAS Millington, Tennessee in February of 1969. I served with VT-29 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from February 1969 to April 1971. My final tour in the Navy was with VC-6 NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I left the Navy in 1972 and entered the Coast Guard shortly thereafter. I went on to complete an additional 20 years in the Coast Guard and retired in 1992. After owning and operating a computer business for 8 years, I sold out and retired fully in 1999..." [E-Mail Updated 15FEB2010 | 31JUL2006]

HAGAN, ATN2(AC) James k4cql@cox.net "...I served with VR-1 (10/1964-09/1966) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I flew aboard 149805 as Radio(FCO), Loadmaster (R4Y then c118) and logged hundreds of hours in each aircraft. In May 1966 I went TAD to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii due to shortage of aircrews for WesPac missions. There I flew aboard the C130 (BUNO: 149793 and 149794) and C118 Liftmasters into Vietnam until August 1966. I am looking for flight records or crew members for VA claim..." [09OCT2012]

HAGAN, ATN2(AC) John k4cql@cox.net "...I served with VR-1 (10/1964-09/1966) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I flew aboard 149805 as Radio(FCO), Loadmaster (R4Y then c118) and logged hundreds of hours in each aircraft. In May 1966 I went TAD to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii due to shortage of aircrews for WesPac missions. There I flew aboard the C130 (BUNO: 149793 and 149794) and C118 Liftmasters into Vietnam until August 1966. I am looking for flight records or crew members for VA claim..." [09OCT2012]

HAGEMANN, CWO2 Daryl HAGS31@hotmail.com "...I served with the MAD FOX's as a Instructor Flight Engineer from 92-94. I have also served in VP-16, VP-30, VP-46, and now going to VP-47. I'm glad to know that Lance Lewis and Ralph Torres are still alive. See ya in the fleet..." [22APR98]

HAGENSEN, PH2 Robert robert.hagensen@us.army.mil "...I'm an ex Photomate PH-2. I was at the NAS Keflavik, Iceland Photo Lab from 1980-1983. During that time VP-10, VP-11, VP-23 and I think VP-26 came and went. All the PH's that were attached to the squadron's were great people. Anybody out there remember me? I currently work for the DOD as a Video Production Director/Producer at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah (Work Phone 435-831-5069)..." [25MAY2007]

HAGER, LCDR Carl Allen U. S. Naval Academy "...Graduated with a B.S. in May 1986 from the U.S. Naval Academy. Attended SWOS and EOOW schools from June 1986 to January 1987. Reported to the USS Miller (FF-1091) in February 1987 and assumed duties as the Gunnery Officer, Auxiliaries / Electrical Officer and Main Propulsion Assistant. Qualified as OOD underway, CICWO, EOOW, CDO and designated a Surface Warfare Officer. The command received the Battle Efficiency Award in 1987. Selected for a Lateral Transfer to become a Naval Flight Officer in October 1988. Reported to NAS Pensacola, Florida and completed Aviation Indoctrination Training in March 1989. Graduated with distinction from VT-10 and reported to NATU (Naval Air Training Unit) Mather AFB, Ca. for Undergraduate Navigator Training. Received NFO wings in May 1990 and awarded the William Mize Leadership Award. Reported to VP-30 (Fleet Replacement Squadron) in June 1990 and eventually to the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida in February of 1991. Assumed duties as Security Manager/Nuclear Safety Officer, AW Division Officer, Personnel Officer and NFO Training Officer. Participated in deployments to NS Rota, Spain and NAS Keflavik, Iceland with detachments to Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Norway and Crete. Qualified as Navigator/Communicator, Tactical Coordinator and Mission Commander. Awarded 1993 ANA "NFO of the Year". The "Mad Foxes" were awarded the Battle Efficiency Award in 1992. Reported to VP-30 as a "blue card" Fleet NATOPS Instructor from February 1994 to September of 1995. Held the collateral position of Special Projects Officer responsible for the Anti-Surface Improvement Program (AIP) implementation. Reported to Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California in September 1995. Completed thesis titled "Modeling the Performance of the PT SUR Hydrophone Array in Localizing Blue Whales". Graduated from NPS with a Master's Degree in Physical Oceanography. Following graduation, reported to VP-30 for refresher training from October 1997 to April 1998. Reported to the "Fighting Marlins" of VP-40 in May 1998 and assumed duties as the Tactics Officer, Training Officer, Assistant Maintenance Officer and Maintenance Officer. As Maintenance Officer, led a department of 290 personnel responsible for the upkeep of 10 P-3C Aircraft. Participated in a deployment to NAS Misawa, Japan with detachments to the Philippines, Okinawa and South Korea. The "Fighting Marlins" were awarded the Commander Patrol and Reconnaissance Forces Pacific Battle Efficiency Award in March 2000. Detached in May 2000 with over 1400 cumulative flight hours. Reported to the Oceanography Department of the United States Naval Academy in May 2000..." [31MAY2003]

HAGER, Jack A. Jr. hagerjrjack@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-44 (1966-1967)..." [11AUG2014]

HAGGERTON, Skeeter svhagg@citlink.net "...I am looking for all contacts with my old Shipmates serving with FAETUPAC NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1952 to 1954. Can only rememmber a 1st Class named Welker, a 3rd class named Schos Miller, and Bob Junker. I was Plane Captain on the PBY6A, PB1W, F6 Bearcat, F8, and the DC3. Any information will be appreciated..." [06OCT2002]

HAGGERTY, AMM1 Donald E. DONBIV55@aol.com "...Would like to know if any of my old Shipmates of VP-31 (1941-1942) are still alive. I joined the squadron December 12,1941 in San Jaun, Puerto Rico and remained a member until November 1942..." [21APR2002]

HAGERTY, Gary "Sea Hag" ghag203@aol.com "...I served with VP-18 (1967-1969). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 18OCT2013 | 17MAY99]

HAHN, Alan AHAHN2HMA@AOL.COM "...AT1 Hahn was the sole radioman or "communicator" as they were known then, for VP-836 ( NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York) from March 1959 to July 1961. VP-836's CO at that time was CDR. RAU. AT1 Hahn flew many missions as part of LT. Brescia's (PPC) crew in the P2V Neptune including a rare few with live ordinance..." [19JUN2000]

HAHN, AX3 Charley charleyhahn@aol.com "...I served with VP-48 from 1964 to 1966 as an AX3 on Crew 6..." [E-Mail Updated 02AUG2009 | E-Mail Updated 12SEP2005 | E-Mail Updated 06JAN2004 | 29AUG99]

HAHN, Daryl E. xwxman@cox.net "...I served with VB-200 from April 1944 till December 1944 and VPB-151 from January 1945 till June 1945. I was an AMM plane captain on PV-1 aircraft. We made raids on Woleai, Yap, Pagan, Lamotrek and spent a week on Iwo Jima March 13th through the 20th, 1945 going after picket boats..." [BIO Updated 19OCT2009 | E-Mail Updated 17JUL2009 | E-Mail Updated 10AUG1992 | 22SEP1998]

HAHN, LCDR Gerald L. Retired hahnretreat@juno.com "...I'm the son of LCDR Gerald L. Hahn (ret). He served from '57 to '79 in VP-49, Pensacola ground school instruction, Short Haul Interisland Transport ( NAS Agana, Guam), VP-56 in NAS Norfolk, Virginia and NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, FAW-3 Staff, ComFairWingSlant Staff (both NAS Brunswick, Maine), VXE-6 ( NAS Point Mugu, California and McMurdo Station) and finally retired as Range Ops Officer for PMTC NAS Point Mugu, California. The Navy life treated us well. Any of my dad's squadron mates may e-mail him at hahnretreat@juno.com. Thanks for the great site and tons of memories...David M. Hahn downhillfast@juno.com..." [16MAR2001]

HAHN, AWC John awcjhahn@juno.com "...I served with VS-66 at NAS Glenview, Illinois..." [12JUN2014]

HAHN, Dr. Keith D. keith.hahn@trw.com "...C.O of VP-40 '87-'88. Spent 3 years on CNO Executive Panel and 3 years on National Security Panel, White House (under Bush and Clinton) before retiring. Now Vice President, Defense Programs, TRW. Love to hear from old squadronmates..." [18JAN99]

HAILEY, Charles crhailey@flash.net "...I was a radioman on Crew 16 in VW-11 in 59 & 60 and also one the "Blue Eagle" people in VX-8 from 65 thru 68. Is there anyone else out there who might have shared the same experiences?..." [12OCT98]

HAILEY, AEC(AW) John Retired jdhailey@gmail.com "...Arrived VP-60 December 1976 and departed March 1981 to AIMD NAS Dallas, Texas. Member of VP-60's nite check maintenance "A" team along with Pat Bousley in powerplants (110), Jim Kelly (210), my shop (220), Al Johnson was D/X supervisor. Retired NAS Alameda, California March 1994 with 21 1/2 years service. Would like to hear from any former VP-60 members. Go Cobras!..." [25DEC2006]

HAINER, Mark Hainer (Hawkman) mghainer@comcast.net "...I was a AW2 sensosr 3 operator for VP-50 Crew 4 from late 1978 to December 1981, when my enlistment came to an end. I have very often thought fondly of my experiences and the people I served with, and would love to hear from any of them any time..." [07MAY2003]

HAIR, AE1 Donald dlh234@nefcom.net "...I served with VP-16 (1952-1956) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and North Africa (06/1955-12/1955). I flew with Crew-10..." [BIO Updated 29MAY2013 | 30APR2013]

HAKEY, AECS David L. "Shakey" Retired david.hakey@navy.mil "...Attended Boot Camp (August 1965) at the NATC Great Lakes Chicago Il, VA-122 NAS Lemoore, California (1965-1966) AE Shop, AE "A" School (1966) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in 1966, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (1966-1969) OMD Line Trouble-Shooter out of the AE shop, VP-31 (1969) at NAS Moffett Field, California FE completed training, VP-46 (1969-1972) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, NAS Adak, Alaska, NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam and NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAS Rheam Field, Imperial Beach, CA (1972-1974) AIMD, VP-4 (1974-1977) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii FE Instructor and NATOPS Evaluator with deployments to NAS Agana, Guam. NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand, VP-23 (1977-1980) at NAS Brunswick, Maine NATOPS and QA with deployments to NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NSF Diego Garcia BIOT, VP-30 (1980-1983) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida FE (for both Domestic and Foreign students) and NATOPS Evaluator, FE CNAL Evaluator (1983-1984), VP-56 (1984-1987) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida Maintenance Control, FE Division and Operations Division with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Keflavik, Iceland, Senior Enlisted Academy (1987) at Newport, RI (SEA), NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (1987-1990) Naval Aviation Maintenance Office and retired. I currently work for NAVAIR PMA209 Air Combat Electronics..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 18NOV2011 | E-Mail Updated 16JUL2001 | 09SEP98]

HALBERT, ADR2 Bernard "Hal" bhalbert2002@yahoo.com "...I served with VR-1 (Zebra Division) from 1955 to 1958, VAW-12 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, VP-26 from 1962 to 1965 and flew on Crew 1 with CDR Miller, LT Selzer, LT Fowler, and Larry Young (don't remember names of rest of crew). Flew as 2nd Mech then made PC (1963 to 1965). Had good times there. Went on to Weapons System Test (WST) Squadron at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland then to NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Any info on any Reunions or Larry Young or Frank Prease..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUL2010 | 07MAR2000]

HALBMAIER, William T. pedalmore@yahoo.com "...I served with VR-7 Det. 'A' from 1960 to 1962 at Tachikawa AFB Japan. Would like to hear from anyone serving during that time frame in VR-7..." [12MAR2006]

HALBROOK, Tom tfhalbro@fidnet.com "...I served with VP-42 as an air crewman on a Martin P5M with this ASW squadron 1961 through 1963. At that time we were stationed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [15SEP2000]

HALE, Jack H. Jr. jack@haleforensics.com "...I served with VP-4 (1962-1963) and VS-41 (1963-1965). I left the Navy and went on to college at Oklahoma State..." [03MAY2013]

HALE, Jeff xl65@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-94 from 1981 to 1985. Looking to hear from former Shipmates..." [29JUN2005]

HALE, Jerry baldy1123@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-65 (TAR) and VP-68 (Plankholder). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [19MAY2012]

HALE, ATCS(AW/NAC) Richard mcguyver@hawaii.rr.com "...Currently with the Fighting Marlins (VP-40) 94-present, IFT/IFO; NAWCWPNSDIV 90-93, Radar/IFT; Wizards (VPU-2) 86-90, IFT/SSO, Best damn tour I've had!; Skinny Dragons (VP-4) 81-84. Have served in numerous ground support jobs both in maintenance and operations/training. Lots of great memories..." [E-Mail Updated 02MAR2009 | 07APR98]

HALE, WO Tom Retired gthale@frontiernet.net "...I served with VP-48 from February 1960 to March 1963. First 6 months TAD to messcooking and FASRON. Served rest of tour in AE shop and as flight crewman, Julie/Jez/MAD/Radar/ECM. AN to AE2. Flew with LCDR Ed Waller, later to retire as Admiral. Went on to serve 20 years, serving in VS-21, VS-38, member of S-3A FIT, made Warrant and toured on USS Kitty Hawk. My last tour was in the ASWOC/TSC, COMASWWINGSPAC, NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [E-Mail Updated 20JAN2004 | 19JUL2001]

HALEAMAU, AOC(AW/NAC) Karl mkhale@bigplanet.com "...Grounded and disgruntled AO Aircrewman waiting to fly again? Hate seeing the AT's, FE's and AW's absorbing too many responsibilities? Do what I do. Listen to all of the rumors concerning the AO's returning to "flight status"...soon. I am certain that there are simply too many "Bean Counters" in D.C. for that to happen. Aloha to my Shipmates from VP-4 (1987-1990) who were with me during "Storm" and VP-1 (1994-1998)..." [20OCT99]

HALEY, JOE bburson@yahoo.com "...I WAS STATIONED AT NAS North Island, San Diego, California; EARLY 1958, THEN TO NS Sangley Point, Philippines 1959-61, WHILE WITH VP-40. ALSO WITH VP-2 NAS Kodiak, Alaska. WAS IN MAJOR CRASH OF AIRCRAFT 5, VP-40. OWNED HITCHEN POST BAR, CAVITE PI, WITH PAUL BRANHAM. PLEASE RESPOND..." [27SEP98]

HALEY, AM3 Ronald "Red" rj_haley@verizon.net "...I served with FASRON-111 and roomed with Jerry Brisson and Dave Smith. I worked in the Machine Shop with Rey Davis, Chief Bolton, Nick Calabrese, Gerry Lawson and Simmineo. I went on UF Flight Crew in 1959..." [08MAR2013]

HALL, Albert Thomas Jr. athjr@coastalgeorgia.net "...Plank Owner VPW-1 March 1946. Transpac Kearney Kaneohe, April 28th, arrived NAS Agana, Guam May 5th Typhoon Charlotte May 14, 1946. Transferred to VPW-2 June 16 1946. Typhoon contact June 21. Worked Caveti Samar and Okinawa. Looking to hear from any PB4Y2 era Pilots and Crew from VPW-1 or VPW-2 Group. I was transferred out of W-2 in April of 1947..." [09AUG99]

HALL, Bobby D. hallbobby@att.net "...I served aboard NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 1949 to 1952. All of our aircraft were converted B-17s (Guppy Radar/APS-20) except oneor 2 Constellations. I flew as a Radar Operator and worked in Maintenance..." [17MAY2011]

HALL, Charles E. challl@charter.net "...I served with VU-5 from April 1963 utill November 1963 and then transfered November 1963 to A school NAS Memphis, Tennessee. I would like to hear from anyone that was there during that time period. Our Commanding Officer was Commander Pope..." [E-Mail Updated 28JUL2010 | 11MAR2000]

HALL, Charles R. Sr. advanced@pinn.net "...We (VP-5) were home based in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I was in this squadron in 1953-55 and deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada..." [16AUG2000]

HALL, Don "Madman" djhdestin@cox.net "...I served with VP-24 as an Aircrewman on Crew 11 from 1962 thru 1964. I was wondering if anyone would know how to locate Larry Walkey and Hal Tolleson? Larry flew with Crew 11 and Hal flew on Crew 6. The last I knew of Hal, he was on the Fire Department in Paris, Texas. I attended my first squadron Reunion at Pensacola last year which won't be my last. I was elated to see some old Shipmates such as John Orrill, Colin Wilson, Andy Massa, Sid Edelman, Etc. It would be fantastic to hear from anyone that might know the whereabouts of these two fellows as I know they would really enjoy coming to the Reunions. Thanks..." [E-Mail Updated 21JAN2002 | E-Mail Updated 23NOV2001 | 08MAR2001]

HALL, Donald d.hall56@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-56 (1975-1978), VP-94 (1979-1981) and VP-9 (1981-1982)..." [E-Mail Updated 20MAR2014 | 20DEC2006]

HALL, Gaylon ghall65068@aol.com "...Was in VP-11 for a tour around '55 and then did 4 years at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR 57-61. The outfit was GMSRON-2. Had a couple of P2's that dropped target drones for ship artillery practice. Also lauched F-9 drones. Was a great time to be stationed down there..." [17NOV2000]

HALL, ADRC(AC) Rick Retired hgpilcher@pcola.gulf.net "... I joined ATU-601 at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas in September 1953, fresh out of AD(A) school. At that time the squadron was not fully organized, or manned It was still receiving P2V- 2 A/C from O&R. My first assignment- 2nd mech BuNo 39318. All administration matters and personnel records went through NAS. We became an independent unit July 1954. ATU-600, with PB4Y-2 A/C went through the same process. I was transfered to VA-145 in March 1955, but still maintain contact with old Shipmates. One of them was Mayor of Hutch when I attended the Reunion there in 1992..." [17DEC2008]

HALL, PNC Harold W. gwend@krl.org "...I was attached to FASRON-200 from November 1955 to May 1958..." [04JUL2001]

HALL, James jghall66@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-662 from October 1954 to October 1970. Thanks for 16 good years..." [13NOV2005]

HALL, Leslie H. les_hl@yahoo.com "...I was assigned to VP-10 in 1951 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. VP-10 reassigned to NAS Brunswick, Maine. After several deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and North Africa and a stint in Malta, I left the Navy for the USAF. I will always remember my US Navy duty and fondly recall the great times while deployed, but I hold a special place in my heart for Brunswick, Maine. I was in Brunswick in 2005 and visited a former VP-10 Shipmate, Paul Menard, a Brunswick native. Always Navy..." [14OCT2006]

HALL, ADRC Marty Retired mjhall@awc.fairbanks.ak.us "...F/E Willie's AEWBarRonPac , VQ-1, NRL, wrenched the Willies VW-13 and VW-15. Let's see... also F/E'd Herc's in VR-7 and Plane Capt. station C-54 on NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Misc other squadrons wrench'd and flew misc other aircraft but my thoughts go back mostly to The " Q " and PR-21..." WebSite: http://home.awcable.com/~mjhall/ [E-Mail/URL Updated 11OCT2004 | 03NOV98]

HALL, LT M. J. solo32899@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-5 from May 1962 to May 1965..." [28MAR2010]

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HALL, AE2 Robert blesbassman@aol.com "...I served with VX-8 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland..." [15DEC2010]

HALL, SCOTT HALL@WGGB.COM "...I WAS IN VP-92 FROM 86 TO 94 AS A PH2. THEN WENT IN THE AIR FORCE RESERVE (KEY WORD...NO TRADITION!!!). I WAS PAROOSING THE MESSAGES AND DIDN'T FIND ANY FROM FORMER PH'S. ALL 8 OF US. UPDATE ..KATHY REDMOND GOT MARRIED AND JUST HAD A BABY BOY. LATER..." [05OCT98]

HALL, Terry tdhall@sowega.net "...I was in VP-17 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 73 to 74. Left there on hardship and after it was cleared up got orders to VP-10 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. I then went on to be a TAR at VP-94 in NAS New Orleans, Louisiana. I would love to hear from any of you that served with me or in the same capacity. I was a lowly AW1. I firmly believe that we as a country are much better off now because when it mattered we were there and we were better. You must know what I mean if you are here. Please email me. Sincerely and hope to hear from you..." [13APR98]

HALL, ATCS Thomas E. (Gene) Retired larkstude@aol.com "...I was in VP-9 from Feb. 59 to May 61. I sure remember all those sub chases that started on a Friday afternoon and ended sometime on Monday when that Ruskie just somehow mysterously dissappeared! Would love to hear from anybody who is left out there..." [30JUL99]

HALL, CWO3 Wilford C. Retired hallwc@navair.navy.mil "...I was attached to FASRON-101 in NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, in 1950 when the decision was made to form FASRON-107 and ship us to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I spent 11 months and 26 days there and spent the time providing I level support for the VP's that came up there, VP-10, VP-8, and VP-26, seem to be the ones I can remember. VP-10 and VP-8 were flying P2's and I believe VP-26 was flying PB4Y2. It was a very interesting tour of duty. I remained on active duty until April 1980. I spent five cruises with that other Navy, including three off Vietnam (1967 1975) before retiring. I now work for NAVAIR out of NAS Lemoore, California providing support to the fleet, including VP-65 out of NAS Point Mugu, California and the VP community in Hawaii..." [14AUG2001]

HALL, AD1 William Retired BILLYED@SCIN.QUIK.COM "...I served with VS-22 from 1974 through 1977. Anyone out there from that time span?..." [06DEC2001]

HALLAS, ACRM Taras c/o Hank Hallas Hammerin@email.msn.com "...My late Uncle Taras Hallas was an ACRM in VPB-23 from 1941 thru 1945. He was a Pearl Harbor survivor and was present during the attacks that hit Ford Island. I am wondering if any crew mates are still alive or knew him during that period. His commanding officer in 1945 was W. R. Barnhill. I would appreciate hearing any information pertaining to my Uncle, his crew or their tours of duty. Thank you..." [10FEB99]

HALLBOURG, Keith Rudy@zipmail.com "...Hello Red Lancers, Keith Hallbourg, VP-10, 87-91, AW2, Bear Trap Sensor 1, CAC-8 Crabs "Just Can't Shake Em!" Hoping to hear from some old friends... Officer and Enlisted alike!..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG2001 | 15MAR99]

HALLINAN, Nick Sr. nhallinan@dc.rr.com "...I got into P2VFDs with VC-5 NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan as Flightcrew PC/Engineer. We dropped the Firebee Drones from 1969 to 1973. I got into the VP community with VP-47 at NAS Moffett Field, California as Power Plants Supervisor from 1975 to 1979..." [26NOV2006]

HALPERN, Barry weship@satelnet.org "...I got over there in mid 53 from Pax. Rvr. MD. Was a AvMech on the 4360'3 and J-33's. Manys a time we had 24 hr shifts. The base was part of a French base (but we were on the top of the hill). Fond memories were Mama's, Suzan's (in the Arab Medina in Rabat), the Bushbier (in Pt. Leyute). Sure would like to hear from anyone is past. By the way, I still have by "Viking" beer mug...VW-2 Det Able..."

HALPIN, AO1 Chet c/o His Son Tim Halpin halpint@nibco.com "...My dad AO1 Chet Halpin flew with VPB-26 during WWII as an aerial gunner, bow turret on PBMs. Chet flew as a Combat Aircrewman during the Saipan Iwo Jima Okinawa campaigns and air attacks against the Japanese home islands. His sqdn. sunk numerous enemy vessels, rescued downed NAVY/MARINE aircrews, and was the first US sqdn. to operate out of Japan (Tokyo Bay). For his actions he was awarded The D.F.C. the AIR MEDAL w/ 3 Gold stars Combat Air Crew Wings, and numerous unit and campaign citations. Dad died on 21 July 2000 and is missed more than words can describe. Because of my dads love of Naval Aviation I to joined Mother Navy and served two tours of duty in Vietnam as a Aircrewman with VR 21 C-130s and off the Helicopter Assault Ship New Orleans LPH 11 . For this I will be forever proud to have FLY NAVY..Thanks for your efforts in preserving our proud heritage of serving our country in some of the most trying of times. SEMPER FI to our fellow Marine brothers of the air..." [06OCT2000]

HALSEY, Sterling (Bull) Retired bull123@hughes.net "...I was first in the VP outfits: VP-8 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island 1956, VP-7 1959-1962, VP-30 1962-1965, some shore duty, VP-11 1965-1968 and VP-44 1970-1974. I have a lot of good memories a few bad that you can't forget. I would like to shoot the bull with any one that would like too. I started out an AD then to ADR and back to AD when I retired in 1974. I have been in contact with a few guys (Widdle and Gadeberg). I spent some time with Joe in Washington St. a while back. It's a place called Omak. I stop in and bother my old PPC Charlie Epps. He only lives 10 miles away quite often..." [E-Mail Updated 20SEP2007 | 26JAN2001]

HALSEY, ADC(AW) TOM jthalsey@swbell.net "...VQ-3 Jan 96 -Dec 98. VFA-94 Oct 93-Dec95. VQ-1 83-85 & 91-93. VPU-2 85-88. VT-27 80-82. OMD C.C. Tex. AIMD Kingsville TX...Currently working for Raytheon Aerospace on the U. S. Customs Service P-3's in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 27NOV2001 | Updated 15APR98]

HALSTEAD, AMC Mark Retired ohio2004@wowway.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1987 - 1990. I made the NS Sangley Point, Philippines and NAS Adak, Alaska deployment. I retired in 2003 as an AMC after 20 yrs of service. I currently live in Ohio. It would be great to hear from everyone..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 16NOV2007 | 20OCT2000]

HAM, AT2 John johnham1941@hotmail.com "...Served as "J/J" crewman on SF-5, P5M-2S, NAS North Island, San Diego, California from January 1961(?) thru February 1962. Got to NAS North Island, San Diego, California right out of AT School at Millington, TN in January 1960; mess-cooked, served at base maintenance, then GMAU 0506 (sidewinders), then on to VP-48! (Three tours, never leaving NAS North Island, San Diego, California.) Today I am 61 1/2 years old, one wife, two kids, still working as Industrial Engineer. Looking forward to chating with y'all!..." [E-Mail Updated 11OCT2009 | 11AUG2002]

HAMBY, Phyl D. phylsr@aol.com "...I served with VP-91 from January 1973 to November 1994. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [17JAN2009]

HAME, Lou lhand@mvcc.com "...Assigned VP-4 1971-72, AA crew 1, flight engineer have, cruise book with crew pictures...Glad to see an active VP community online outstanding site..."

HAMER, SFC Bob Retired rfhamer46@yahoo.com "...I served with the 1st Radio Research Company (04/1971-11/1971) Mission Crew and 138th AVN Co (12/1971-08/1972). Great reading about fellow CRAZY CATs and a shout out to Gary Knapp..." [09APR2013]

HAMES, Lawrence larry_hames@comcast.net "...I served with VS-20 from December 1961 to August 1962, VS-32 from August 1962 to October 1964, and VP-4 from April 1975 to April 1978..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 21SEP2003 | 02APR98]

HAMILTON, Allan hbar1@bigfoot.com "...I was with VP-46 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1961 until the end of 1964. VP-46 was the transition squadron to P-3Vs and we moved to NAS Moffett Field, California in late 1962 to train with Lockheed in the aircraft. Operationly, I was mostly in RC-8. Ed Hanson was the pilot, Hamilton was the TACCO and we had a strong crew. RC-8 (Messman 8) spent nearly seven hours over a Russian G-Class one night in the north pacific. We lost the sub in the hand-off to our relief. When we were still in P2s at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, our crew at the time was selected to go to NAS Norfolk, Virginia for an ASW competion. When we landed at NAS Norfolk, Virginia, the ramp was secured with armed guards, and crews loading the ramp aircraft with ??. A few months later President Kennedy announced the Cuban Missile Crisis. Needless to say, we didn't have our ASW competition, but our crew was on stand-by alert for a few days. I would love to hear from any of my old crew-mates or Squadron mates--particularly Ed Hanson..." [04JAN2001]

HAMILTON, AE3 Dan (Hammy) oldfolsom@sbcglobal.net "...I graduating from NATTC "A" school in Jacksonville, FL (1969) and got orders to Naval Missile Center NAS Point Mugu, California (1969-1971) where I worked in Ground Support and the recip. electric shop as an Aviation Electrician's Mate. I remember the Space Fair featuring the moon rocks. My next duty station was VP-50 at NAS Moffett Field, California (1971-1972)as a ground pounder in the Electric shop with AE's Watson, Krack, Bunch, and Sweet. The Blue Dragons initiated the split deployment where "Cynthia, SG-11" shuttled personnel, parts and gifts between NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Moffett Field, California (sometimes NAF Misawa, Japan) every 5 days for 6 months. Anyone remember the Blue Dragon Den coffee mess in NAS Moffett Field, California's Hanger 2? I'd love to hear from any Shipmates who served during this time..." [E-Mail Updated 19JAN2008 | 27APR2005]

HAMILTON, C. David chamil@centuryinter.net "...I served as a LT PPC from 9-60 to 12-63 and closed out the P2V's at NAS Alameda, California while the P-3 squadron went to NAS Moffett Field, California. I made one deployment to COMFAIRALASKA March-June 1963 with about three aircraft augmenting VP-17. Our first contingent went up with them in January. It's time for another Reunion. The last one was SEP 1993 in San Diego and 44 attended. How about a Reunion out east or at Pensacola? Any helpers out there? Hambone...U.S. Navy experience: NROTC regular graduate of Marquette University, Milwaukee, with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. 12/57 USS Porterfield (DD-682) First Lieutenant and qualified for OOD Underway. Passed my first flight physical in January 1958. 12/58 Finally got my orders to flight training after passing 5 more flight physicals 1/59 At Pensacola, Class Leader of Officer Preflight Class OI-8 59, went to Primary Training at Saufley in April. On our first flight, A-1, one of my classmates, Marine 2LT Chuck Devriess, augured in in a T-34, front flight stick was stuck under the instrument panel, the rear one was broken off by the instructor pilot. After earning my wings on June 20, 1960 at Corpus Christie went through P2V7 NAMO at San Diego, then to VP-19 at NAS Alameda, California in September 1960. As PPC became the first ALPHA Crew for VP-19. Skippers were B. B. Smith, Parker Cooper, Bob Anglemyer and Bob Burrell. Deployed to NAS Kodiak, Alaska 3-25-63. Dropped 500 pound bombs on the Kuskowim River at Bethel to attempt to break up an ice jam causing the river to flood the city. Landed back at Kodiak at 11:30 PM with a "Day" landing. It only got to be twilight between 12:30 PM and 1:30 AM at that time of the year. Returned to NAS Alameda, California 6-4-63. The rest of the squadron moved to NAS Moffett Field, California and I closed up the P2V's and short-timers between then and 12-10-63 when I left the active Navy. Within a week I had signed up with the weekend warriors at NAS Minneapolis and was there until it closed. Squadrons were VP-814, VP-815, etc. We moved A/C and operations to NAS Glenview, Illinois. Was with VP-90, VP-60, and was Exec of RTU-60 when I quit flying the navy kind of airplanes in June of 1972. Retired in 1982 and now have direct deposit." [26JUL98 BIO Updated 27JUL98]

HAMILTON, James picker@harbornet.com "...VP-17 aircrew from 1970-1973. Inflight radio operator infligh ttech. crew 8 P-3A and P-3B..." [16MAR2010]

HAMILTON, ADJ3 Jim ourtoy3@juno.com "...I am searching for any past members of VP-57 between 1954-1956. Our P2V6's were armed fore and aft & top side. I was an ADJ-3 Combat Air Crewman at that time. Our crew flew around the Comendorski Island and over Siberia. As we came on around the Island, taking E.C.M. cuts on their forward early warning site in heavy weather between us and a flock of Migs. We were successfull in locating it..." [15MAY2002]

HAMILTON, Leonard leonard_hamilton@kimautomation.com "...I served with VP-18 from 1961-1965 Crew 3 (Paywindow 3) and Crew 8. Nice to see the names of former Shipmates. We went to many places, saw many beautiful sights, worked hard, and had a lot of fun together. Thanks guys. Retired in 1981..." [08APR2004]

HAMLITON, CAPTAIN R. hamiltonr@chartertn.net "...Served as Nav and Tacco in VP-46 from 72 to 74, Tacco in VP-90 from 75 to 76, Tacco in VP-60 from 77 to 93. Left VP-60 when I became too senior. Retired as Capt in 96. Can't believe that I commuted on an airlift from Tennessee to NAS Glenview, Illinois all those years. Many good memories including Algee and JD in the Glenview BOQ bar..." [E-Mail Updated 02JUL2006 | 09MAR2001]

HAMILTON, Ron duofus@yahoo.com "...VP-23 crews from 1960 to 1963 - remember the cold war and days pre-flighting in -20 deg.? Remember Rosey Roads, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Also Andy's and the Bowdin.? Give this old ordnanceman a yell and reminice about the old birds..." [26JUL98]

HAMILTON, Tom SHABECKIE@EROLS.COM "...I served with the Golden Peligum VP-44 from 1974 thru 1976 as a PN2. Was the greatest duty I had the pleasure to serve. Retired as a PNC in 1990..." [06DEC99]

HAMILTON, Waldo waldo@cari.net "...I was assigned to VC-5's NAHA Section in 1969 as non-rated, and transferred to NAS Atsugi, Japan when I got rated. VC-5 is still one of my favorite duty stations because everything in Okinawa was so new and unusual, culturally. In addition, I liked the variety of aircraft in the squadron. I had hoped to stay longer, but we all know what we do when the Admiral says 'jump', don't we? When I left, they were expecting a 'new' DC-130 in 'soon', which I hoped to get some time in. Unfortunately, I was never able to get back. One of the enjoyable traits of the crews there was the ability to cut the boredom of a small island with (Harmless) pranks that would catch everyone by surprise. I hope one day to backtrack and see how things have changed there, among other places I was stationed at early on. The transient a href="site_map.html">VP outfits were also a lot of enjoyment to work with when they were in..." [03JUN98]

HAMILL, YN2 Craig traumahawk@charter.net "...I served with VP-11 from 1979 to 1981. We deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (I worked in Communications). Never had a better time than when I was with Lovin Eleven. Would love to hear from my Shipmates..." [23SEP2003]

HAMLIN, AMH2 Roger rogerham@windstream.net "...I served with VP-5 from 1965-1969..." [E-Mail Updated 24APR2009 | E-Mail Updated 17NOV2007 | 31MAY2005]

HAMMOCK, Larry lhammock@harland.net "...I was in NAS Keflavik, Iceland November 3,1966 - November 2,1967 with a COMFAIRKEF-Staff and worked in the OPCON area in Hanger #831. I flew as a rear observer with VP-10 and VP-44. CAPT Ball was the boss. Worked some in the Graphics Department. Hope some of you all are still kicking..." [12JAN2000]

HAMMON, Eugene Norris chammon2@suddenlink.net "...I served with VP-11 from December 1963 to November 1966. I was trapped in the Navigator seat most of that time because of the "Crew Rediness" concept. I left active duty and flew for TWA for 33 years. I stayed in the Reserves for eleven years though so I finally got lots of stick time in the P2 as the squadron's NATOPS Officer..." [24MAR2008]

HAMMOND, AOCS Edwin G. Retired 67sled@comcast.net "...I was stationed with VQ-1 in 1962-63 in NAS Atsugi, Japan. I was Aide-De-Camp to Master Chief Renner and worked in the Ordnance Shop. I served with Heavy Attack squadrons VAH-4, VAH-10 and VAH-123 and A6A's in VA-145 from 1960 til 1969, on Active Duty. I was with VP-69 as an Ordnance Aircrewman from Feb 1970 til retirement in Dec of 1989. Active with the PBY Memorial Foundation Command Display at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington Seaplane base as a Docent for the Command Display..." [BIO Updated 24NOV2009 | E-Mail Updated 24JUL2007 | 01FEB98]

HAMMOND, Gerald gmh71123@aol.com "...If anyone can help me get in touch with VP-53 vets who were with the squadron in the Gilbert and Marshal Islands in WW2. Thanks much!...Looking for WWII mates of VP-83 (2/42 to 8/43), HEDRON 11, (1943-1944), VP-53 (1944-1945), VP-26 (1945-1946). Lemme hear from you please!..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 09JUL2001 | 23JUL2000]

HAMMOND, Jim JTHammond@aol.com "...I served in VP-24 1967-1970. Did two deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Flew with most of the crews as a photographer..." [27JAN2000]

HAMMOND, Mike squirrelleye@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-56 (1982-1988) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NS Rota, Spain/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and NAS Bermuda. Who would have thought we could drink that much and still be on the Ready-One or the Ready-Two. I can remember arriving in NAS Keflavik, Iceland, going to the Marine Club, partying till the sun went down on us..." [E-Mail Updated 13APR2012 | 26DEC99]

HAMMONS, ATN3 Troy D. tdhammons@msn.com "...I served with VP-7 NAS Sigonella, Sicily from November 1968 thru February 1969, VP-45 Crew 30 NS Rota, Spain from February 1970 thru April 1970, and VP-45 Crew 30 NAS Sigonella, Sicily from October 1970 thru February 1971. I flew back from my first deployment in NAS Sigonella, Sicily on my late brothers' Crew (VP-7 Crew 2, AE2 Gary Hammons died of a heart attack 2-27-97). We made some fond memories together while we served our country..." [E-Mail Updated 13JUL2005 | 30JUN2002]

HAMPEL, AWCS John D. johndhampel@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-9 (AW2/Sensor Three) NAS Moffett Field, California from 1977 to 1980, VP-90 (AW1) NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1984 to 1988, VP-91 (AWC) NAS Moffett Field, California/Moffett Federal Airfield from 1988 to 1998, and currently with VP-69 (AWCS) NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from November 1998 to ????..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09DEC2003 | BIO Updated 17NOV98 | 00XX97]

HANBERRY, AW2 Homer hhanberry@sc.rr.com "...I served with VP-26 (11/1967 to 07/1968) at NAS Brunswick, Maine (Crew-9) with deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [14JUL2011]

HANCE, Tricia Mansell patched123@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-4 (1975-1977) as the squadron AIO. At the time, I was the only woman in any of the five squadrons homeported at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I went on to a career as a NIS agent. Now married with a beautiful daughter. Love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 30APR2012 | 03JAN2000]

HANCOCK, PO3 Jeff vp50jeff@gmail.com "...I served with VP-50 from 1966 to 1969. During my time we made the transition from the P5M to the P-3..." [06JUN2011]

HANCOCK, Robert TimberAm@aol.com "...Served in VP-56 86' to 88'. It was a great time in my life to serve with the fine men and women of this great Squadron. Anyone know what happened with Cheif Carl Groth?..." [14OCT98]

HANCOCK, ADC(AW) Robert L. rlhnjh@earthlink.net "...I'm just hoping to make contact with OLD Shipmates from the 1970's thru 1991. I served with VP-17, NARF NAS Alameda, California Flight Test, VP-31, VP-47, VP-40 and NAMTRADET NAS Moffett Field, California in my 22 year career. My most exciting P-3 flight was during a trip home from deployment we lost three engines due to an icing SNAFU. Anyone remember that?..." [16MAR2004]

HAND, Jim jimmersh@europa.com "...I served with VC-3 from Dec, 1967 through April of 1970 in the US2C check crew, and the Airframes Shop. I was an AMH2 when I left for the Tonkin Gulf and USS America, CVA66. Just retired from the Army and Army Reserve as a Major, Military Intelligence Corps..." [13AUG98]

HAND, AKC(AW) Larry J. Retired ljhand_2000@yahoo.com "...Assigned to VP-69 1987. Completed many deployments with the squadron. Assigned to the squadron until 1994 or 1995. We had P-3A, right after I left they transitioned to the P-3C. I retired in 1998 assigned to NAVRESCRUITCOM Det Two. Had some good times with the squadron. Sure miss my Shipmates from the squadron. Have a good P-3 Navy day..." [12DEC2006]

HAND, William c/o his daughter-in-law Sonya Hand jrhand@rtmc.net "...My father-in-law William Hand served in VP-26 in the 1960's. He is looking for Robert Shelton and others who served with him..." [24APR99]

HANDLEY, Ed edhan31@aol.com "...I went from bootcamp to VP-42 in October 1950. I was assigned to Crew 3 in spring of 1951. I flew with Crew 3 until I was discharged in 1954..." [E-Mail Updated 29FEB2004 | 21OCT99]

HANDY, Ron rhandy6605@aol.com "...I was assigned to the first TSC (prototype) in NAS Keflavik, Iceland in the late 1960s. I was a civilian engineer responsible for the display systems used in the center. I had many good times in Kef and managed to survive the winter of 1970 thanks to the "NUT". Host squadron was VP-56, CO Cdr. Melvin Meltzer..." [28JAN2001]

HANEY, LT Jason "ACE" jj-haney@worldnet.att.net "...Served with VP-9 from 11/95-11/97. Patrol Plane Observer/Naval Aviation Observer. Deployed to NSF Diego Garcia and the Gulf. Now at Offutt AFB, NE doing joint duty..." [BIO Updated 26OCT98 | 24MAR98]

HANEY, Randall rhaney@boazk12.org "...Dr. Randall Haney, Assistant Superintendent, Boaz City School System, Boaz Alabama. I served in VP-5 from Oct 68 until Oct 71 as an AE3 and AE2. I also served in VQ-4 and VF-143 as an AE. At the mid-point of my 31 year career I was commissioned and served on the USS Emory S. Land and the USS El Paso (my favorite tour). My shore tours included NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, NAMTRADET Oceana, NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, PG School in Monterey, and COMNAVCOMTELCOM Washington DC. Boaz is not really on the main road to anywhere but we are close to Birmingham, Atlanta, Huntsville, and Chattanooga. If you are in the area be sure and stop by for and compare sea stories. We also have great fishing in this area, particularly on Lake Guntersville. Also bring the wife. We have a large collect of outlet stores. My office number is (256) 593-8180..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 23JUN2007 | E-Mail Updated 05JAN2002 | ICQ# 4852971] [18DEC97]

HANHAM, Jack D. goldentalon@comcast.net "...I served with FASRON-114 (01/1956-01/1957). I was 17 years old and this was my first duty station in the 8 years I was in the Navy. I was a punk kid fro LA and boy did I get homesick. But that's ok because I learned to fish at NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I tried to get back to NAS Kodiak, Alaska on my second enlistment but got sent to NAS Adak, Alaska instead. Bummer. I have many good memories of my tour in NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I hope to someday return for a visit. I wish I could find some of the friends I had there. I am 73 and still working in my career of Law Enforcement. I have a few pictures but wish I had more. I hope someone who was there with me would say hello and let me know they are still kickin..." [06APR2012]

HANICH, AD1 John j2sox24@gmail.com "...I served with VP-24 (1983-1987). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [17JUN2013]

HANIGAN, AOC Bill HANIGANWILLIAM@AOL.COM "...Served with VP-92 from inception to 1993. Looking forward to getting in touch with other VP-92 squadron members either ground pounders or airdales..." [10MAR2001]

HANISEE, AWC Sid Retired wshj@ev1.net "...I put in a lot of hours at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and NAS Moffett Field, California. VP-22 (4yrs). NAMTRADET NAS Moffett Field, California and VP-31 (3 yrs). and VP-17 (4 yrs). I made several regular deployments to WestPac and God only knows how many short trips to some rock no one ever heard of . I like to say that if there is a rock in the Pacific with a runway, I've been there TWICE. I would love to hear from any old Shipmates..." [09MAR2002]

HANKINS, CDR Doug Retired dhankin@exis.net "...VRC-50 (77-79), VP-45 (79-82), CVN-70 (82-84), VP-30 (85-87), VP-56 (87-89), NAMTRAGRUDET NAS Jacksonville, Florida OinC (89-91), CVN-65 (91-93). Hello to all Shipmates. Feel free to drop me a line..." [14MAY98]

HANKS, John E. portage@uwyo.edu "...Those who know me generally like me, even though we might have radically different political or religious opinions. Some people do have a black hatred of me, but I don't like them either.   I have a good sense of ironical and satirical humor and I love clever practical jokes, especially when I'm the victim. I am a stalwart friend, although I love to point out my friends faults (especially imaginary ones) in front of other people.   I am considered an eccentric, but most of my eccentricities are simply novel ways of solving a problem - like wearing loud reading glasses so I don't lose them all the time, or wearing an engineer hat (to promote railroads), as opposed to wearing the usual farmer hat.   I can develop the most avid interests in the strangest of things, like the color of old rust versus the color of new rust, but I find sports to be unutterably boring, like watching some tedious card game. Maybe it's the rules that make them so dull . Who knows? I like to eat ball park hotdogs though.   I love to speculate and think "outside of the box", pretending that apples are oranges after all. I don't mind appearing the fool, if it promotes something worthwhile, like standing up to authority or annoying some hypocritical Republican.   Most of the books that I love were never assigned in school. I was usually drawn to them because of recommendations or some sort of affinity. Most important were the writings of Paul Goodman, Thorstein Veblen, Paul Fussell, Bertrand Russell, Gore Vidal, Bertrand Russell, H. L. Mencken, Ambrose Bierce, Pearl Buck, Jane Austen, Jessamyn West, Mark Twain, Mari Sandoz, James T. Farrell, and many others.   My brother and I were born in Chicago in the late 1940's while my father was at the U. of Chicago School of Social Work. Afterwards we grew up in several small towns near Lansing, Michigan, and we had the typical high school experience (bad). I went on to Earlham College for less than a year (kicked out for drinking beer), and then I enlisted in the navy from 1965 to 1968. Served with VP-5 from January 1966 through June 1967 and RVAW-120 (Training Squadron for E2-A Carrier Early Warning A/C) from July 1967 through October 1968 (bored, anti-war, and disliked the military chickenshit).   Upon discharge I entered Antioch College in Ohio and developed a love-hate relationship with a quasi-mentor history professor (who triggered the mixed blessing of an intellectual awakening). I married a French woman named Martine who I met in England. It ended in divorce in 1979 (She is now a French professor in Florida). Some years later I married my second wife Saralyn Laughlin in 1984, and we divorced amicably in 1997. (She lives in Ft. Collins and we are still friends - without the fire.) I went on to get advanced degrees in Adult Education, American Studies, and a B.A. in Elementary Education. I wasn't a professional student, but just someone on the wrong path, trying to use academia to find my way.   I've held a lot of different jobs over the years, farm worker, store manager, secretary, yeoman, clerk, railroad timekeeper, parking ticket clerk, sheet metal worker, recreation director, graduate student, adult education director, 4th grade teacher, derrick climber, and now an archivist.   I was rescued by a University literature professor (who I hardly knew) when he pulled some strings to find a job for me in The American Heritage Center Archives. Archive processing has worked ideally for me because I am in a congenial intellectual atmosphere, even though most of my colleagues are highly introverted and their silence and bureaucratic timidity can be extremely irritating at times.   I subscribe to Progressive, Church and State, Harpers, New Yorker, and sometimes other magazines like The Nation. I read the Casper Star Tribune and I regularly read liberal web sites, but also a couple that are are far right (just to keep up with their lies.) I find George Bush, Bill O 'Reilly and Limbaugh to be so utterly dishonest that I just can't listen to them, though I do listen critically to NPR (National Propaganda Radio). I also like to argue with locals on the E-Laramie web site under the name "Patriot".   After 50 it is largely "patch, patch, patch", but my health is still pretty good. I have to use an oxygen mask at night for Sleep Apnea, and I have been taking lithium for many years for manic depression (sounds terrible - but it isn't - at least in my case so far). I used to do Aikido and run Marathons, but those days are over. At this point I want to lose weight to improve my breathing - not so much my appearance.   Like a lot of men I am interested in military history because it really is the story of the modern world from public relations to gulf war syndrome. My father was a conscientious objector. My first father in law flew an attack plane in the French-Algerian War and my second father-in-law was a liaison officer with Gen. Stilwell in Burma. I am still occaisionally trying to research a battle at Phnum Ga in Burma that my second father in law described to me in tears, because half of his unit was wiped out. I know an enormous amount of stuff about military history, but this battle continues to stump me because there are many different versions and accounts, including his.   A very close friend is a retired bomber pilot and airplane modeler and we get together every Sunday to compare our model work (his work is museum perfect), and we watch war movies (very critically). Right-wingers are often horrified to discover left wingers llike me who know more than they do about military subjects.   I have maybe 400 airplane models, 100 ship models, 100 armor models, and a model railroad which fills half of my basement. The railroad is centered around Milwaukee harbor's steel industry and it includes many bridges, steel mills, refineries, coke plants, scrap yards, and a blast furnace. There is a lot of political satire and humor. I've modeled friends and I poke political fun at the demons of our political system. My living room has been converted into a workshop with fish tank, stereo and TV. It is not a typical bachelor pad. You won't find pinups and beer bottles. I prefer Hornsby's cider, display models and bookcases. It is as disorderd as any other pad though.   I cancelled cable TV after the OJ fiasco, and I feel a lot better for it. I'm now convinced that the main purpose of TV is to promote a low grade fear and anxiety in order to sell products, keep up false illusions, and elect criminals. So I'm better without it. I do miss out on some things though.   I think it is accurate to describe myself as a left-wing radical and more or less a pacifist when it comes to militarism. Vietnam was the turning point. It was then I realized that the people who matter in this country could care less about the rest of us - so much so that we were truly expendable throw aways.   To my mind 911 was a repeat of Hitler's Reichstag Fire. It was not terrorism, but treason - an inside job followed by a protection racket to make us blindly loyal to the Bush regime. I also believe that the anthrax attacks were the same thing. The Wellstone family plane crash proved it further. Since 911, I have felt an almost constant low grade nausea when it comes to how easy it is for useless rich criminals to control this country.   I try to stay as politically active as I can in a Republican state that makes it impossible for opposition parties to get on the ballot. I am part of several liberal support groups so that we can support one another in the midst of the machobation life style that is Wyoming.   You now have a fairly good idea of what I'm like from this description. To my mind intellect and the play of ideas is more important than intelligence. (My French wife was an intelligent part-time advertising model, but not intellectual. My second wife was very intelligent, but not very intellectual.) Both marriages were successful at 8 years and 13 years, though they ended in divorce.   P.S. I have tabby cat named Woody (After the Cheers actor) and a prissy white cat named Heidi (Who hides, but sleeps on top of me at night) Woody is usually getting between me and the computer..." [BIO Updated 13SEP2003 | 20SEP99]

HANLEY, Ed ehanley@dunbrook.com "...I served in VP-6 as an AX2, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii/Iwakuni, from 1962 thru 1966 as a Jez operator. Looking for some old friends who also served during that time. Anybody out there?..." [19JUN98]

HANNA, William R. billhanna@earthlink.net "...I was in VP-56 from '69 through '72 as AW2. I would love to hear from other Shipmates from that period..." [03SEP99]

HANNER, Rick RHA8905@aol.com "...Shipmates! Really good to see all these names once again, served 7 years at NAS Brunswick, Maine 1977 - 80, AIMD and 1980 - 84 with VP-26. Couldn't get enough of the P-3 so I ended up at NAS KEY WEST with VAQ-33 from 84 - 87, did atour with the Kitty Hawk and after her decommisioning went back to VAQ-33 until it's decom. Made my way to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and tried my hand at the A-6 with VA-52 until it decommisioned and then on to NAS Lemoore, California and VFA-25. After two years I headed to San Diego, and presently assigned to NAESU Headquaters. Would like to here from old Shipmates..." [03OCT98]

HANNUM, Tammy tammylynnbaxter@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1984 to 1989. I would love to hear from any old friends..." [04APR2009]

HANSEN, Brian qfunster@charter.net "...I was in VP-26 from Feb. 1996 to Aug. 1979. I deployed to NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NAS Bermuda and did a little tour in "Special Projects" (VPU). I would like to hear from people who were there with me....Master Chief Ollie...you still kicking? One of the biggest thrills we had was when we went to NS Rota, Spain, the F-14 Tomcats from the USS America were put in our hangar so their crews could work on them. What a beautiful plane! Our work stopped as soon as on of the Tomcats was towed out and was to do a test flight. What an awesome plane! It saddens me that NAS Brunswick, Maine is closing down...one has to wonder who will be safeguarding the northern passage now..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 10NOV2005 | 20DEC2000]

HANSEN, David dhansen65@wi.rr.com "...I served with VP-5 in the 1960's. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [20AUG2010]

HANSEN, Don Retired dnlh0501@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-8 from 1973 to 1976, NRD Boston 1977, VX-1 from 1977 to 1980, NMPC Sea Duty Detachment from 1980 to 1985, VXN-8 from 1985 to 1989 and retired out of VQ-4 in 1992..." [10JUL2004]

HANSEN, Doug dough116@juno.com "...I was a radar operator in that squadron that operated out of NAS Sand Point in Seattle, WA. I was in the squadron from 1954 to 1960. In 1954 we had P4Y-2s and later transitioned to P-2V-5Fs about in 1958..." [E-Mail Updated 12NOV2000 | 12JAN98]

HANSEN, ATC (AW/NAC) Eric A. ehanse3@dellepro.com "...Hellow to all my Shipmates from VP-67! Your friendships are greatly missed. I'm now drilling with the Crawerfishers of VP-94 as an Division and Branch Chief. I still fly as an IFT and loving every minute of it. I look forward to seeing all the Golden Hawks when ever our Reunion materializes. Take care and thank you all for some of the best memories of my life!..." [12JAN2001]

HANSEN, AT2 HARRY harry_hansen@starkey.com "...SERVED IN VP-44 FROM SEPT.78 THRU OCT.80. THEN TO AZORES FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS. BACK TO NAS Brunswick, Maine FOR 3 YEARS AIMD. I GUESS I JUST WANTED TO SAY THOSE WERE CLEARLY THE BEST YEARS OF MY LIFE. GOOD LUCK TO ALL I SERVED WITH..." [05MAR98]

HANSEN, Kelly D. keldar@uswest.net "...I would like to know if anybody was in VAH-10 from 1966-1968. If so, please contact me. Also, does anybody know if HatRon-10 is still alive and kicking? I have not been in touch with anybody from the squadron in about 27 years. When I got out August 7, 1968, Commander Quinn was my CO. Any information would be appreciated, thank you..." [18SEP2000]

HANSEN, Kenny khansen800@aol.com "...I was in VP-45 from 1984-1988 in Power Plants and in VP-16 from 1994-1998 as Maintenance Control Supervisor. Currently station at CTW-2 NAS Kingsville as Wing MMCPO..." [15FEB2000]

HANSEN, Mike hansenm@peoplepc.com "...Just a quick hello to those I served with: VX-1, 83-86; VQ-2, 86-90..." [E-Mail Updated 13DEC99 | 06MAR98]

HANSEN, Robert L. minnfishervergas@aol.com "...Started my Navy career August 1955 in San Diago, Ca., A school in NAS Memphis, Tennessee, NAS Glynco, Georgia (Worked on the flight line and engine shop), and VP-56 NAS Norfolk, Virginia from 1957 to 1959. I flew most of the time on plane Crew 3 as Plane Captain. I remember a very good time had on the P5Ms. Would like to hear from anyone from that time..." [07DEC2003]

HANSEN, AM1 Roy E. belzona1@exis.net "...I served with VP-34 from 1953-1956 in NAS Trinidad, British West Indies and NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone. While in NAS Trinidad, British West Indies I had the distinct honor of being tasked by LCDR Rudy Weigand, our M.O., to fabricate an Memorial Plaque to the flight crew on EC-10, lost at sea in March 1953 during "Operation Springboard"..." [21JAN2003]

HANSEN, AWC SKIP Retired hans@netquarters.net "...Served with VP-56 ('65-'68), VX-1 ('69-'72), KEF ('73), VP-11 ('73-'77), NADC Warminster ('78-'79)...There's a few more of us up here in Brunswick..."

HANSON, AO3 Donald R. krunchbird@prodigy.net "...I was in VP-56 from oct 52 till april 56. I served on eh5, eh11, eh7 then on eh1 at time of release from active duty. I was an Ao3. I was on watch the nite we lost our plane on the seawall. Howell ao3 was killed that nite taking my place on that flight while I stood his ramp watch..." [10MAR2005]

HANSON, CAPTAIN Edwin (Ed) E. Retired edanddottiehanson@juno.com "...Served in the following squadrons and staffs during years noted: VP-24/VAHM-13 (1956-59), VP-46 (1962-64), FAW-10 (1965-67), VP-8 (1972-74; CO 1974), NS Rota, Spain (CO 1978-80), and COMPATWINGSPAC (COS 1982-84). Retired Navy with rank of Captain in 1984 The Boeing Company, Navy Programs (1984-95). Retired Boeing 1995..." [E-Mail Updated 30AUG2005 | 05APR99]

HANSON, AT3 Gerald H. (Jerry) c130hercules@aol.com "...I joined the US Naval Air Reserve (Weekend Warriors) at NAS Niagara Falls, NY March 1954. We still had the two large wooden hangers that were there during WWII and had also been using a new Denver type steel and concrete hanger for less than a year when the Air Station was closed. Our squadron voted to transfer to NAS New York, New York (Floyd Bennett Field in Flatbush) where I made Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class (AT-3). I flew as Radioman and ECM Operator and sometimes just ballast. I left VP-837 April 1962. I have many fond memories of the great people that I served with those eight years and was happy to have flown in the PB4Y-2 (Privateer) and P2V-6M (Neptune) out of NAS Niagara Falls, NY and P2V-5F (Neptune) out of NAS New York, New York..." [E-Mail Updated 05MAY2002 | 09OCT2000]

HANSON, AX2 Mark hansondocks@citlink.net "...June 30, 1970 to September 6, 1973. seemed like forever. from the first days in 1st Lt. division, radio operator, tech, whatever. It's all a scarey thought that a bunch of punks were in charge. Thinking back to those days makes you think twice about what is going on today. May I include my thanks to "George the Crook" the man who knows everything. Anybody that ever went to Lajes had to have gone to his Bar. Back then a Rum and Coke was 14 cents, 20 for a double. Although I have never again found rum that dark or coke that tasted so much like cream soda. Whatever happened to Chief Pinney?? Did He retire to Guam? Ray Marotta. Al Preiska, JV Young, Bill Beck, Hector Jara, Mike Stiskin, James " Starky" Sturganagle, John Ragland, are any of you out there? I'm still here in Minnesota and still trave..." [02APR2002]

HANSON, Palmer O. Jr. Mwhpoh@aol.com "...I served with VP-6 from June 1954 through December 1956 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. We deploymented to NAS Kodiak, Alaska in 1954-1955 and NAS Iwakuni, Japan in the summer of 1956...." [E-Mail Updated 13FEB2003 | E-Mail Updated 12MAR2002 | 29JAN2000]

HANSON, AOM2 Ralph Shipmate Pix ralphedgar@cox.net "...Looking for anyone attached to Hedron FAW-12 Key West (June 1944 - May 1945) and NAS Boca Chica, Florida (August 1945 - APril 1946). I was AOM(T)2 working in Ordance Shop - sometimes flying in PBM's & PBY's. I have found a flight log showing having flown with Lt McConnell, Frank, Lee & Griffith & CAP Sandecki. Many fights to Havana, San Julian, Cuba & Nassau Entries - carrying Johnnie Longs Band to Key West and back to Miami on May 6th, 1945 and Miami - Key West and return with Sammey Kaye & Band ..." [E-Mail Updated 13NOV2004 | E-Mail Updated 02AUG2002 | BIO Updated 12OCT2000 | 06OCT2000]

HANSON, Ray RHanson10@compuserve.com "...It's hard to believe that I have been flying as an IFT on P-3's for 21 years now. First with VP-26 from 1976 to 1979. Then with VP-68 from 1981 to 1996 and now with VP-92. I have had the pleasure of being qualified on the P-3A, P-3B, P-3B Mod, P-3C, P-3CUI, P-3-CUII, and now the P-3-CUII.5. Soon I will try the P-3-CUIII..." [30DEC97]

HANTHORN, George W. (Deceased) c/o His Son George W. Hanthorn, Jr. George.Hanthorn@Zurn.com "...My father, George W. Hanthorn, served in VP-44 during WW II. He was a pilot and a navagator. According to his logbook, he was patrolling around Midway in May 42. On June 1, 1942 his plane (PBY-5A 05003) engaged a two engine Japanese bomber and exchanged fire. Between October 22 and 26, he was involved in the search for Rickenbacker in PBY 5A 04984. In October 42 he was patroling in and around Canton, Palmyra, Fiji and Gaudelcanal. In February 22, 1943, my father and his crew were bombed by the Japanese. Several men were killed or injured. He was flying PBY-5A 08132 at the time. In August, 1943, he was reassigned to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas were he was a flight instructor until the end of the war. My father died in November 1978. I would like to hear from anyone who might have served with VP-44 during this time..." [22FEB98]

HARBOUR, AD3 Foy James fjh@mcloudteleco.com "...I served with VP-26 from 1956 to 1959. I was pc on crew 2 until I was transfred to ATU-301 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. I completed my tour in the January 1960..." [16FEB2007]

HARDEN, Larry D. lharden1@mindspring.com "...I was a yeoman in VP-56 1969 - 1972. I sorted all the mail for the squadron during two six month deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Now, that's fond memories! Discharged in November 1972 NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I remember Cdr. H. P. Fillingane as the best C. O. anyone could report to. Haven't heard of his whereabouts since, but would truly enjoy hearing from him. Also, YNC R. A. Benda and YN2 Walter A. Lacy. Meltzer was also C.O. for a while but I don't remember him too well. Life gives us fond memories. Hope you all had as good a tour as did I. Regards..." [24FEB2000]

HARDEN, AZ2 Mary (Dellenbusch) Retired bloominwhereimplanted@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-69 from 1984 thru 1990. I was at first AR Harden an undesignated Airman working up in Admin then was an AZ striker. Made 3rd got married so some Shipmates will know me also as AZ3 Dellenbusch. From NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, I went to VR-60 in NAS Memphis, Tennessee until we disestablished it in June of 1995. Then to AIMD Santa Clara until it disestablished in June of 1999. I also served at ABFC FMP MMF ALPHA at NAS Point Mugu, California and VR-55 until I retired July 2004. I am currently attending College. I'd love to hear from anyone from that part of my career..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 27DEC2004 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 03JAN2003 | 06MAY2000]

HARDICK, Steve stephen.hardick.ctr@nyniag.ang.af.mil "...Was stationed with VP-8 during 1977-1981 and welcome any email messages from those in VP-8 at that time. Still in touch with the likes of Larry Burns and Bruce Mara for those that remember..." [04MAY2005]

HARBIN, AT2 John jwhtacokid@aol.com "...I had the opportunity of serving in VP-2, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1954 till April 1956. I flew as Radio Operator/ECM Operator (AT2) in SB-3. Pilot was CDR Arnie Havu, Plane Captain Karl Kunz, Radar Operator Woods, and Ordnanceman Gibson. Sorry, I don't remember the other crewmembers names. WE successfully saved bars from financial ruin in San Diego, Calif.,(1954)-- NAS Kodiak, Alaska, Fairbanks, and NAS Adak, Alaska. (July '55 til early '56). Back home on NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, we were again in heaven. I'd sure like to hear from any old squardron members, particularly: Jack Volz, Al Markey, Woods, Gibson, J. M. Smith, "Blacky" Blackburn. Those were the old "CW" days Do they even do CW anymore? Would love to hear from some old friends..." [BIO Updated 22APR2009 | 27NOV2001]

HARDENBERG, AE2 Bruce bhardenberg@embarqmail.com "...I served with VP-10 (1962-1963)..." [07DEC2010]

HARDER, Tim tharder@tdi.net "...I was stationed in VQ-2 from JAN77 to MAY83. First as a member of the SEA DET with the Whales then TAD to AIMD as Comm/Nav shop super. From there to I went to VAQ-33 until May of 84. Whould like to hear from any or all of you..." [21JUL98]

HARDESTY, Bob mbh@inreach.com "...I served with VP-28 (1957). I was the Plane Captain of Crew 8 and on the panel when we crashed at sea due to engine fire (22 JUL 57). We were picked up by the USS Bream (Submarine). The plane took 22 minutes to sink. It was one of Ahearn's best landings. Thanks..." [27JUL2000]

HARDESTY, AKA Chuck SAFETY813@AOL.COM "...I was attached to VAHM-10 / VP-17 from 10/58 til 5/59 and prior to my being transfered to VP-1 they changed the designation from VAHM-10 to VP-17 and gave us a shoulder patch for dress blues indicating Patron-10. I was stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington at the time and the squadron was deploying to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and I was a short timer and had no desire to go back to Kodiak being that I had just spent a year there prior to joining the squadron. I was transfered to VP-1 as the result (where I extended my Enlistment to make the Iwakuni deployment)..." [12AUG98]

HARDIE, Alan C. adhardie@sprynet.com or adhardie@compsurve.com "...Served in VP-48 from Nov 64 to Jan 67 P5M Martin Marlines, NAS North Island, San Diego, California and NS Sangley Point, Philippines..." [16SEP98]

HARDIN, Carol carol.hardin@rrc.state.tx.us "...Served with VP-26 63/65 in line crew, went to U.S.S. AMERICA CVA66 FLT DECK DIRECTOR, and then went to VP-22 in 67/69 as line crew. I flew with CREW 3 the last 18 months of my enlistment. I have located Hicks, Gill, and Willette from the crew. I'm still looking for Duncan, Fonville, Kirk, and Conrad. Enjoy your site...NOTE: Conrad located! 01MAR99" [21JAN98]

HARDIN, AT2 Gary ghardin13@cox.net "...I served with VP-94 (1970-1971)..." [07APR2013]

HARDIN, CMC Ken Retired ken@themansshop.com "...I served with VP-741 (10/1961) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida and a deployment to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I flew with Crew-5 as Radar Operator/Second Mech and LCDR Culpepper was AC. Our aircraft displayed a brown jug on the nose wheel well door and a large pair of red panties with number 5 on the seat was our crew flag displayed from the astrodome while taxiing. I retired from VR-9 (10/1981) at NAS Dallas, Texas as Command Master Chief. Presently reside in Arlington, TX..." [20FEB2012]

HARDIN, AMEC Mike "Mikey" ame1coonass@aol.com "...Hello fellow "PECKERS." I served with VP-49 from April 1990 to September 1993. From there I went to VP-30 and was there from September 1993 until December 1996. I'm now an AMEC currently serving with VP-45 here in sunny NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I will be tranfering to VP-30 in Mar 2001. It would be great to here from some of my "WORLD FAMOUS WOODPECKER PER DIEM MATES" Thank you..." [02JAN2001]

HARDIN, ATC(AC) Walter A. "Walt" Retired waltah@olympus.net "...I served with FASRON-895 from 1952 through 1954 at NAS Sand Point, Seattle, Washington. Flew in PB4Y-2s training single to multi engine conversion pilots as VP replacements. From 1954 through 1956 I was in VP-22, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Flew in P2V-5 and then Squadron converted to -5F's. Deployed to Naha, Okinawa 1955. NAS Sand Point, Seattle, Washington now belongs to the city of Seattle and a part of it is now Warren Magnuson City Park. The North hangers are still there and the old seaplane ramp area belongs to NOAA. Old Navy housing was turned over to the University of Washington several years ago. NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii was turned over to local government this year. Navy retained only housing and Coast Guard has beach. P-3s now fly out of former MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii on the north side of Oahu. Glad to see there's a lot of "old" VPer's still kicking ! "Keep em turning and burning and wheels dry..." [05DEC99]

HARDING, James c/o His Son Keith Harding khar861451@aol.com "...My father, James Harding, served in VPB-122 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. He would enjoy hearing from others in his squadron. If you are out there, you can reach him through me and I will forward all info to him. Additionally, he has plenty of old photos he would love to share if they are of interest to anyone..." [09ARP2000James Harding c/o His Son Keith Harding khar861451@aol.com]

HARDMAN, Larry pladjuster@earthlink.net "...I served two tours in VP-50 75-78 as a ground pounder and 82-85 as F/E on crew 1 and 2. Enjoyed my day as a Blue Dragon. served in VP-26 NAS Brunswick, Maine from 85-92 where i made ADC and transfered to NADC in Warminster where I finally retired from the Navy. Looking throught the list of fromer Blue Dragon's. Noticed quite a few names that were familar. Anyone wishing to get in contact me send a email..." [25AUG98]

HARDY, CAPTAIN Brenton P. Retired http://www.destroyers.org/DD949-Site/brenton_p_hardy.htm "...Captain Brenton P. Hardy was born in Fitchburg, MA on 15 September 1936, the son of the late George E. Hardy Jr. and Pauline Durgin Hardy. He attended Lunenburg High School and following graduation in 1954 he joined the Navy Reserve and went to Boot Camp at Willow Grove, PA and was then assigned to NARA CV FASRON-911 at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts where he attained the rate Aviation Electricians Mate Third Class. While in the Reserves he attended Fitchburg State Teachers College where he graduated in 1959 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Arts Education. In 1971, he received his Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University. After receiving his commission upon graduation from Fitchburg State Teachers College in 1959 through the Reserve Officer Candidate Program at Newport, RI, he served for thirty years as a Naval Officer in both sea and shore assignments. Following commissioning, his first duty assignments as a junior officer were as Assistant Engineer on the Landing Ship Dock, USS Rushmore (LSD-14), 1959-60 and as Navigator on the Landing Ship Dock, USS Lindenwald (LSD-6), 1960-61, both homeported in Norfolk, VA and as Damage Control Assistant and Engineer Office on the Destroyer, USS Power (DD-839), 1961-63, homeported in Mayport, FL. Following an initial shore tour in the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Washington, DC, 1963-65, as an enlisted personnel detailer, he then was assigned to San Diego, CA where he had three tours of sea duty during the Vietnam conflict. Captain Hardy served as Aide and Flag Secretary to three Flag Officers who served as Commanders Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla SEVEN, 1965-67. During this tour he made three deployments to the Gulf of Tonkin. His next assignment was as Operations Officer on the Guided Missile Destroyer Leader, USS King (DLG-10), 1967-68. During this tour he made two deployments to the Gulf of Tonkin. His next assignment was as Executive Officer on the Guided Missile Destroyer, USS Parsons (DDG-33), 1969-70. He made two deployments to the Gulf of Tonkin during this tour of duty. Captain Hardy next attended the Naval War College, in Newport, RI, 1970-71, and following graduation, as a senior officer, was assigned to the Office of Chief of Naval Operations in the Strategic Plans, Policy and Nuclear Systems Division, 1971-74. He then attended the National War College in Washington, DC, 1974-75. Following graduation he was assigned to his first of four sea commands. As Commanding Officer of the Guided Missile Destroyer, USS William V. Pratt (DDG-44), 1975-77, homeported in Charleston, SC. During this command at sea tour, Captain Hardy deployed with his ship as flagship for the Commander of UNITAS XVI, a major military and political operation conducted with the navies of South America; deployed to the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean as the flagship for the Anti-Air Warfare Commander and Anti-Submarine Warfare Commander for the USS Roosevelt Battle Group; and was assigned as a unit of Task Force 200, where the ship participated in the International Naval Review on July 4th 1976 in New York City, during the United States Bicentennial celebration. During the International Naval Review Captain Hardy hosted the Royal family of Monaco, Princess Grace, Prince Rainier and their children. Following this command tour, Captain Hardy returned to Washington, DC where he was assigned as an Enlisted Rating Coordinator, 1977-80, for the Anti-Air Warfare enlisted personnel ratings. Upon reorganization of the Bureau of Naval Personnel he next served in the Office of Chief of Naval Personnel as Head, Surface Warfare Officer and Enlisted Programs Section and then as Head, Military Personnel Branch. Captain Hardy returned to sea in San Diego for his second command at sea tour, a Major Command, as the commissioning Commanding Officer of the Destroyer Tender, USS Acadia (AD-42), 1981-83. USS Acadia was built at National Steel and Shipbuilding in San Diego, and was named after Acadia National Park in Maine. After completion of a lengthy period of construction, organization, manning, training and workup, Captain Hardy deployed his ship for the first time to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean, where USS Acadia provided repair services to Seventh Fleet units. Following this command tour he was assigned to his third command at sea, a Sequential Major Command, as Commanding Officer of the Guided Missile Cruiser, USS Horne (CG-30), 1983-85, which was also homeported in San Diego. During this command tour he deployed with USS Horne to Western Pacific and Indian Ocean as a unit in the USS Ranger Battle Group as the Anti-Air Warfare Commander. Following this sea command tour, Captain Hardy was assigned to a shore duty command as Commanding Officer, Tactical Training Group Pacific, 1985-87, in San Diego. The school taught maritime strategy and tactics to senior naval officers who were being assigned as Commanders and Commanding Officers of ships and staffs in the Pacific Fleet area. Captain Hardy returned to sea, for the final time, as Chief of Staff, Commander Carrier Group ONE, 1987-88. During this tour he deployed with the staff to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean on two occasions, where they served as Commander of the USS Ranger (CV-61) and the USS Constellation (CV-64) Battle Groups. During the 1987 Indian Ocean deployment the USS Ranger and USS Missouri Battle Groups were combined and became Joint Task Force 200. During this period Captain Hardy, the staff and battle group units planned and executed Operation PRAYING MANTIS, the destruction of Iranian oil platforms in the Persian Gulf that were being used by Iranian forces to attack US ships and aircraft transiting the Persian Gulf. It was during this deployment to the Western Pacific that Captain Hardy was assigned his fourth sea command. He relieved Rear Admiral Anthony Less as Commander, Carrier Group ONE and Commander of the Ranger Battle Group, Battle Group ECHO. On 4 June 1989, Captain Hardy retired from the Navy after having served a total of thirty-five years, five as an Enlisted man and thirty as a Commissioned Officer. During his career, Captain Hardy was awarded the Legion Of Merit with two Gold Stars, in lieu of second and third awards; the Meritorious Service Medal with Gold Star, in lieu of second award; Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" and two Gold Stars, in lieu of second and third awards; Meritorious Unit Commendation Ribbon; Navy "E" Ribbon; Navy Expeditionary Medal (Cuba); National Defense Service Medal; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Korea); Vietnam Service Medal with nine stars; Sea Service Deployment Ribbon; and the Vietnam Campaign Medal..." [21JUL2003]

HARDY, John Ingolf http://www.usna.com/history/classof1940/H.htm "..John's first duty was in PENSACOLA. She took part in the battles of Midway, Santa Cruz, Guadalcanal and several night surface actions until she was torpedoed on the night of 30 November, 1943, in the battle of Tassafaronga. After duty on the Staff, ComTaskFor 65, and a few months ashore at Guadalcanal, he was ordered to flight training, where he married Dolores Webster of Stillwater, Minnesota, on 27 April, 1943. PG School and MIT gave John a Master of Science Degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Duty in OpNav in the Guided Missile Division was followed by a return to sea as XO of VP-1 operating out of NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and NAS Kodiak, Alaska. The Korean War brought a 6-month deployment to Okinawa and to Washington, as the Head of the Installations Branch, Armament Division, BuAer. 1953 brought duty as C.O., VP-22 in Hawaii and Alaska, then on to become Experimental Officer at China Lake, CA. Orders as XO of PRINCETON in 1957 saw twelve out of fifteen months on board operating in the Western Pacific. In 1959, John became Naval Aide and Executive Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (R&D) and in 1961, he attended the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. In 1962, John was C.O. of the oiler TALUGA, and in 1963 C.O. of HORNET (CVS-12). In 1964, he took command of Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, and on March 1, 1967, he retired and became Assistant to the President of Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland. Case and Western Reserve U. had decided to combine (Case Western Reserve University) and Dr. Robert Morse was to be the President of the new University. John had known him as Assistant Secretary of the Navy R&D and he prevailed on John to take a job and do the organizational planning. John agreed, but to stay only one year. It was a challenging and exciting job; John then moved on to another challenge in August, 1968, to become Director of Engineering at the Government and Aeronautical Products Division of Honeywell Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dee and John truly enjoyed being back in Minnesota except for the cold winters and the summer mosquitoes! In the spring of 1975, both had some health problems and they decided it was time really to retire and go back to Coronado. Dee has had two open heart surgeries (1976 & 1981) to replace the mitral valve but she is really doing quite well. As she says "If you have to have problems, it is good to have something where the spare parts are really quite good." John is still a part-time employee of Honeywell, able to keep abreast of the interesting world of R&D. Son, Randy (USNA '66) is a Captain, USNR. He and Jane are in Seattle, where he is Superintendent of City Power and Light. Daughter, Janet, is in Boston with her husband, Stanford classmate Tom Willson, and their two children. After responsible positions at Stanford, and Harvard, she does full-time parenting and part-time instructing Senior Citizens in aerobics..." [01JUN2003]

HARDY, John "JR" hardy.john@cox.net "...I served with VP-17 (1978-1980), VP-4 Special Projects (1980-1981) and VP-8 (1986-1989)..." [E-Mail Updated 03NOV2014 | 04MAY2007]

HARDY, JOHN "JW" HYPNOTYK@EMAIL.MSN.COM "...As a past flight engineer of VP-19 "CREW 8" from 79-82 It is good to see some of the names from the past. Guys like DIRTY DAVE DEVARNEY, JACK LYONS, LONNIE HARKINS, MIKE WEST just to mention a few. Those name and many more will live in infamy on the walls of TACO CHARLIE'S. The CHICKEN LIVES! Maybe spread a little thinner than it once was but IT's ALIVE!!!" Look forward to hearing from some of you not so young liberty hounds..." [08JUN99]

HARDY, Rex RHardy7678@aol.com "...I was a plank owner in VD-1 in 1942, later Flight Officer on Guadalcanal, plank owner (later C.O.) of VD-5. Would like to hear from any of the wartime pilots in these squadrons..." [31JUL98]

HARDY, Russell russmina@aol.com "...I entered the Navy V-5 (Naval Pre-Flight School) program in November 1943 and when the V-5 program was cancelled I transferred to V-12. In February 1944 I transferred to the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) and in June 1945 (St. Mary's pre-flight school reopened) back to V-5 and basic flight training in January 1946 at NAS Glenview, Illinois. I was discharged in April 1946..." [18JUN2011]

HARDY, William william.a.hardy@verizon.net "...I served with VP-7 (1968-1969) until disestablishment..." [29DEC2011]

HARGIS, Dave dahargis@gte.net "...I served in VW-13 from 10/63 until decomissioning in 65 as a scope dope. I was on crew 4, Big Tom Moxley (The Giants). Also played bass with a band at various clubs with Chuck Monroe, Earles McCaul, and Mike Andriolla..." [08JAN99]

HARKEY, CAPTAIN Deon Retired deon.harkey@ngc.com "...I served with VP-44, Crew 5 (The American Heroes) from 1982 through 1986. I recently retired and would love to hear from any of my old Shipmates..." [10JUL2003]

HARKINS, Gerald shipmate pix...Circa 5/67 gharkins13@cox.net "...I served with VP-5 from 1966 to 1968, as 3P with crew 1 ( Cdr Josephson's crew) then moved onto crew 10 as 2P with Bauer & Ransford taking my PPC check ride while with crew 10. After NS Sangley Point, Philippines I was transfered to NADC Johnsville where I flew several types but mostly NOP2s. I got out in 1969. In 1970 to 1971 I flew for Air America in Vietnam then Laos, then went on to work as a Case Officer for TF 157 - a Naval Intel unit for a few years. For the last 20 years I've been a minister and Christian school principal in RI..." [E-Mail Updated 05AUG2003 | 18DEC97]

HARKINS, CAPTAIN Steve "Hawk" Retired hawkeye51@comcast.net "...I served with VP-4 from 1975 to 1978 (pilot and various admin positions), NAS Corpus Christi, Texas as a T-44 Instructor, left Active Duty and joined the Reserves serving with VP-64 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania for 10 years, NRC Avoca, PA in the Poconos (XO of the NRC and part of an Azores Unit) and retired from the Reserves in October 1998. During my Reserve time flew as a Pilot with Eastern Air Lines for 10 years and now 20 years with United Air Lines flying B777's Internationally. I currently reside at Chadd's Ford, PA..." [15DEC2009]

HARKREADER, AW1 Ed Retired harkey00@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-40, VP-31, USS Coral Sea (CV-43), USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), FCTCLANT Dam Neck, ASWOCTSC NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and FASOTRAGRULANT. I'm retired and living in North Central Arkansas in the Ozark National Forest. We have plenty of deer and turkey to hunt and I've got some of the best trout rivers in the country just minutes from the house. Hope all my old buddies are doing well and are enjoying life. If you ever lose sync with your TACAN and have to RON in this part of the world give me a call and I'll throw steaks on the grill and the brew is always cold. Take care and let me know you guys are still yankin' and bankin' Hark..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28FEB2003 | 08MAU98]

HARLE, Bud harle-peculiar-mo@worldnet.att.net "...I served with VP-4 from late 68 thru 71. ATN2 radio operator on crew 4, PPC Cdr Lightsey, during deployment to NAS Adak, Alaska. Then Crew 6 "Hermans Half-Wits" during the subsequent deployment to Iwakuni. I would love to here from anyone in the squadron during that time period..." [28APR98]

HARLESS, Ed elharless@tds.net "...I served with VP-23 at NAS Brunswick, Maine (CAC-9 Electrician) from 1965 to 1968. I would like to hear from any of my former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 18MAY2009 | 01OCT2007]

HARLOW, Duane S. dumar888@msn.com "...I served with VP-776 1958-1959) at NAS Los Alamitos, California, VP-2, USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) and got out in 1964..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 31JAN2012 | 28JUN2000]

HARLOW, Richard (Dick) L. dick@harlowgroup.com "...I served 10 of the best years of my life in the us Navy from May 1956 through June 1960. First in VP-9 based in NAS Alameda, California from 1957 through 1960 and later with VW-11 based in A NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada flying out of NAS Keflavik, Iceland. If anyone out there has any good quality photo's of a VP-9 P2V-7 or a VW-11 VW-2 (ed-121p) I would love to have it (them). I entered the Navy as an Airman (E-1) and left as an AT-1. I would love to hear from any of my old Airmates..." [17MAY2000]

HARMON, Bill cuzbill63@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-31 (08/1966 to 08/1968)..." [16JUL2011]

HARMON, LCDR Dan dharmon@cwix.com "...Formerly VP-10 CAC's 11, 5 and 8 and LUCKY 7....followed by CTF67 in NAF Naples, Italy and OIC of Bosnia Det. Now Ops Admin on NIMITZ. Looking for former Lancers--Tom Maloney, Pat Shaffer, and Pete Muttel. Also seeking CDR Tony Barnes...Now down at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, assigned to VP-30 as an instructor..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 29MAY99 | 19SEP98]

HARMON, CDR Frank Retired fharmon@equitycp.com "...I served with VP-16 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1972 to 1975 and VP-0516 RTU at NAS Jacksonville, Florida from 1975 to 1985..." [12JUL2009]

HARMON, AL2 Keith W. de8e95@windstream.net "...I served with VP-3 from 1951 to 1954. I came as an ALAN and was discharged as an AL2. I replaced Gene Whitlock on MB8, a P2V5 (CW call sign 8E95, voice call sign Derrick and BuNo 124879). The AD was Ed Willis, AO Joe Higgarita, AT Bob Kirby. I was the AL (radio). The Pilot was Lt. John Keener and the Copilot was LTjg Harold Suddof. Deployments were NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. Some references by others in VP-3 wedsite refer to the P2V lost on the Icelandic glacier. I was there. MB8 stopped over in Norfold for submarine exercises. The rest of the squadron went directly to Iceland. With a stopover in Argentia to handle some mechanical problem, MB8 took off for Iceland. Enroute, I began to get radio inquiries from base radio and a squadron plane (MB6 ?) about contact with the lost plane. MB8's crew also spent one night circling the crash site with an Icelander aboard to communicate with the ground parties trying to reach the plane. I still have news releases and the pamphlet from the memorial service. According to those the Neptune took off at 2:00 p.m. 12/17/53. It reported in at 2:17 100 miles southeast of the base (VM). The wreckage was found on 12/18/53. Three survivors were reported (a wrong report), and survival gear was dropped. As I recall, one of the dead was found outside the plane was brought down. Weather precluded any further recue efforts. VP-3 lost another plane while in Iceland in 1954. I still have a photograph of that. I ran off the end of the runway in England. All crew members walked away. I know it was Crew #1 that was involved, but am not sure of the plane. I would welcome any contact with past squadron members..." [E-Mail Updated 16FEB2008 | E-Mail Updated 11MAR2002 | 11FEB2001]

HARMON, Michael harmonmd@navair.navy.mil "...I served with VP-11 as an In-Rlight Technician for CAC-9 from 1992 to 1996, Force Warfare from 1996 to 1998, Civilian Lockheed-Martin P-3 AIP Field Representative from 1998 to 2000, and presently working as a Fleet Support Team Engineer at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, NC on the V-22 Osprey ..." [E-Mail Updated 14NOV2003 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 26APR2000 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 05AUG98 | 04JAN98]

HARMON, Robert E. reharmon@epowerc.net "...I arrived to serve in VP-7 in May of 1961. Shortly after arrival I was assigned to crew 5. I mostly served as the radioman with this crew. I was there for the transfer of VP-7 to NAS Jacksonville, Florida and the deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I have many wonderful memories of the time I spent with the squadron. Would be happy to hear from old friends..." [21APR2002]

HARMON, LTJG William https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=709 "...LTJG William Harmon, USN - NFL Number: 709 - Date of Birth: 8/24/1925 - Date In: 8/1/1943 - Date Out: 10/1/1954 - City, State: Enfield, CT - School Attended: U of New Hampshire - Aircraft Flown: SNJ, SNB, PB4Y-2, P2V-4 - Ship or Unit: VPM-1, VP-HL-2, VP-22 and VP-11 - Pilot Desg.: Patrol Plane Cdr - Associations/Service Organizations: American Red Cross CT Aeronautical Assn Air Force Museum Fdn Nav Av Museum Fdn - Significant Achievements: Flew with VPM-1 "Typhoon chasers' out of NAS Agana, Guam, 1947. In Memoriam? No..." [03DEC2005]

HARMS, ATN3 Herman "Nelson" Jr. brlove@djmusic.ws "...I served in VP-28 between April and September 1965 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii during the squadron transition to P-3A aircraft. I was an aircrew radio operator (ATN3) at that time, and detached early for college. I came across M. Chalut's photo in a cruise book in the library at National Museum of Naval Aviation, but I'm a bit foggy on most of the other details. Most fun flying I've ever had! Would anyone like to have a Reunion of the 65-69 era VP-28 Shipmates? Love to hear from anyone who remembers me..." [07MAR2001]

HARMS, AE Tim twharms@gulftel.com "...I was an AE at VQ-2 from May 1972 through July 1976. I'm now working in Civil Service in Pensacola, Florida. I would like to hear from some of my old Shipmates..." [19AUG2005]

HARNACKE, ADR3 John yncramlow@yahoo.com "...I served aboard NAS Glynco, Georgia (1962-1964). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [11MAR2013]

HARNISHFEGER, Carl "Landy" tcatlandy@gmail.com "...I served with VX-4 (1987-1991) with some great times with extremely great people. I still run into some of you some times. Currently, I am a Tech Rep for Super Hornets now at Ocan for Northrop Grumman..." [04DEC2010]

HARPER, Ben benh_jr@yahoo.com "...VP-50 CAC 10 82-86, CV64, PW1 Det NAS Misawa, Japan and NAVSOC NAS Point Mugu, California..." [25FEB99]

HARPER, Zade Wr03@aol.com "...Jim Bradler, P. G. Locke, A. J. Tessier, and R. K. Schulz - where are you? I served with VP-28 from 1966 through 1969..." [21JUN99]

HARPRING, Tom tharpring@mindspring.com "...I went to a VW-11 from bootcamp in Dec 1955. I was there when we were the first squadron to go to Argentia. I was a radioman. I left VW-11 in March '57 and went to AT "A" school and then APS45 school. Was in VW-3 on NAS Agana, Guam from Jan '58 to Aug '59 as a radioman. Was an AT2 when I left VW-3...I was in VX-6 from Jan 1960 to March 1962. Was the technician on the crew that picked up C130 "320" at Lockheed in 1960. Flew on that plane 60-61 on the ice. Was an AT1 when I left VX-6. Went on our hurry trip back to the ice in spring of 61 to get Russian off the ice. I was on the plane that stayed in Christchurch while the other went to the ice..." [BIO Updated 18JUL99 | 29JUL98]

HARRAHILL, Kim kdlopp1@aol.com "...I was enlisted in VP-45 from May 93 until my discharge from service in Oct 96. I just wanted to say...Chief M. Dronkers and Chief Speiring ..you guys were right. I couldn't wait for the day of escape. If I never saw another P-3 skypig it would have been too soon. Until I actually left Jacksonville with the pigs behind. Now I miss them and all my friends....well some of them anyway.haha I saw a P-3 the other day while I was traveling and I was so proud. I told my boyfriend "Hey that's what I used to fix!" Ironic huh?..." [18AUG2000]

HARRAL, Jackie jackie.harral@us.army.mil "...I was in the USAF and served at NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I was in the 49th fighter squadron when they had F-4c and F-4e. I really loved it there. The navy chow hall had the best food. I just wanted to say Hey to all "Squids" out there. I used to party with them at the NCO club. I am retired now..." [30JUL2008]

HARRALD, James C. harraldjc@hotmail.com "...Hey to all from VP-92. Looking through this list brings back a lot of good memories. Never had a boring day working there. I still remember Clish and I in the line shack and that damned LORANGER..." [25MAR2003]

HARRELL, DR. Clayton (Bud) yakpilot@earthlink.net "...I served with FASRON-119 from July 1952 to June 1954 as AD3. Interested in locating any Shipmates that were there at the same time..." [14DEC2002]

HARRELL, AWCS Joe Retired jlh3919@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-28 (1963-1968) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1968-1969) on development of the P-3C, VP-48 (1970-1975) at NAS Moffett Field, California and retired in 1976. Currently living in Palo Alto California..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04JUN2012 | 01SEP2009]

HARRELSON, Melvin c/o Crystal Harrelson McDonald bammagirl1967@gmail.com "...I served with VR-7 Alpha and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [03AUG2013]

HARRINGTON, AT2 Burt burtnmaryjo@sbcglobal.ne "...I was an AT2 on both VP-56 3 and 4 boat 1953-1956. We operated from NAS Norfolk, Virginia. We made annual trips to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR with the USS Currituck (AV-7). We also traveled to NAS Bermuda, NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone, NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, NAS Jacksonville, Florida and NAS Pensacola, Florida. I could include a picture taken at one of our Christmas parties. I later flew P2Vs as an ATC out of Orange County, CA..." [22MAR2005]

HARRINGTON, PHG2 Dick photoassc@aol.com "...I served with VJ-61 from March 1952 until released from active duty December 1953. I was a PHG-2 and spent most of my time as PIO and Duty Photographer. The date that Miramar became an NAS Miramar, California was shortly after I arrived, March 1952. During 1953, VJ-61 started to replace the PB4Y-1P aircraft with the North American AJ to continue Aerial Recon and mapping duties. Captain Harris was Squadron CO at the time the photo was taken. VJ-61, along with VJ-62 flew AJ's along the China Maianland Coast during 1953 (continuing for time unknown to me). VJ-61 was to have started providing aerial recon to the French in Indo-China (Vietnam) prior to Dien Bien Phu..." [22DEC2003]

HARRINGTON, ISC Don donharrington1@comcast.net "...Came in to VP-69 from VAQ-309 as an AZ2 via a couple of NAR units thanks to (then) AZ1 Tom Kulz (now AZC, ret.) in 1994. Got my EAWS as a reservist (check the board in the entryway). Wasn't advancing (999.99, and all that), so decided to change rate to IS. Made AZ1 right before conversion was approved in 1999. Spent three years as an IS1 and made ISC on my first attempt. Best move I ever made, since they are still only making one or two AZCs in the Reserve each year. Spent a few years down in a joint intel unit at Ft. Lewis, but am now back at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in the basement of the NAR. Miss the folks and the airplanes, but ya' gotta' do what ya' gotta' do, eh? Look me up at the NAR or the CPO club on the first DWE or drop me a line..." [30SEP2005]

HARRINGTON, YNC(AW) James C. Retired jamesharrington4@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-90 as the (Active Duty) Admin Chief from September 1990 until I retired from VP-90, NAS Glenview, Illinoisin September, 1994..." [19APR2002]

HARRINGTON, John jharrington13@tx.rr.com "...I served with VT-21 (1965-1968) after attending AMS "A" School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee. I was a member of the check crew and worked different shifts. Spent summers as a lifeguard at the O-pool. Not a bad deal. Got out, went to college and spent a career in banking. I will be retiring July 2012. VT-21 was the best days of my life and I have never enjoyed that kind of camaraderie again. I am in touch with Bob Venefsky and talked to Terry Monjay about 25 years ago. They were both Shipmates from VT-21..." [12JAN2012]

HARRINGTON, John J [Deceased] C/O His Son Robert Harrington robert.harrington@hurlburt.af.mil "...I am searching for information on my father, ARM3 John J Harrington (passed away when I was very young), and units with which he served. Only info I have is he completed PBY LINE MAINT SCHOOL at NAS Minneapolis and was assigned to HEDRON 8 in Oakland Ca. at the end of the war. Later he was commissioned an Ensign in the reserves and served with VP-691 at NAS Columbus, Oh. Any help is greatly appreciated..." [28DEC2000]

HARRINGTON, AD2 Jose F. sweetcaroline2@earthlink.net "...I was in FASRON-111 1953-1954. Exchanged duty to VP-49 air crew. Became air crew 4 Boat thru 1959. Made emergency landing in Cape Fear River, Wilmington, N.C. on October 24, 1956. Member of Navy Ruger team, the Navy Blue Devils, 1954 -1956. Anybody out there with pictures or information about this squadron, contact me..." [19JUL2001]

HARRINGTON, Robert (Bob) SLOWBOB72@EARTHLINK.COM "...I was stationed at NATC Patuxent River, Maryland from January 1950 until December 1951. The first six months in the Radar/Radar Shop at Service Test and the rest of the time in the Antenna Lab at Electronics Test. Would really like to hear from some of my old friends..." [29MAR2003]

HARRIS, Benjamin c/o His Daughter Susan Harris ShakespeareKeats@netscape.net "...I am looking for anyone that knew my Dad, Benjamin Harris. He was in the AFGTO in FASRON-110 on NAS North Island, San Diego, California in 1947-48. He is looking for any old buddies, reminiscing stories or pictures of what the Island looked like then. Thank You..." [19FEB2002]

HARRIS, Bill optshns@aol.com "...I was stationed in NAS Brunswick, Maine in VP-21 from approx. Jan. 1957 until Sept. 1959. I did two Med. tours in that time. Is anyone still around from that long ago. Would love to hear from them..." [01MAY2001]

HARRIS, Bob usav8er@yahoo.com "...Assigned to VT-2 early 1962 to March 1964. Worked in Flight Support Division where we trained US and Vietnamese pilots in cockpit procedures trainer and T-28 bailout trainer. The cafeteria in the VT-2 hangar made the best bacon and egg sandwiches on earth. Transferred to USS Essex 1964-August 1965 then released from active duty, 2 years ready reserve. Recently retired after 31 years with FAA as Aviation Safety Inspector and flight inspection pilot on N-265 Sabreliner..." [BIO Updated 16NOV2005 | 28JAN2005]

HARRIS, C. B. harriscb@aol.com "...I served with the USS Tingey (DD 539), USS Joseph Strauss (DDG-16), VS-21 aboard the USS Kearsarge (CV-33), VS-37 aboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), VP-4 with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Iwakuni, Japan and NAAS Camp Kearny, California and the Navy Personnel Research & Development Center (NPRDC). I became an airdale in early 1965 and enjoyed the tailhook Navy but LOVED flying in the back of the P-3A/C/B. I retired in late 1980 and finished Ph.D. and worked as a Sr. Engineering Psychologist until retirement from MSA, Inc. December 2009. Founded MSA, Inc. January 1990. Things I miss most are the smell of JP 4 and stack gas first thing in the morning..." [27OCT2010]

HARRIS, AW Cecil E. (Grit) madmact@charter.net "...I served with VP-24 as an AW from 1969 through 1972. I went on both Iceland deployments first on Crew 1, then on crew 10 (Beartrap). I see several Shipmates listed from that period; Neubauer, Rather, Reid, and Wilson. Anyone who wants to swap some lies, feel free to contact me via email..." [E-Mail Updated 03NOV2004 | 23APR2001]

HARRIS, AT1 Dan Gerald dharris050@aol.com "...Boot Camp San Diego Company 59-407, AT-A school NAS Memphis, Tennessee 1959-60, AEWBarRonPac NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii 1960. January 1961 arrived NAS Los Alamitos, California. Plank owner VS-35. Made 1962 WestPac cruise aboard USS Hornet (CVS-12). 1963 shore duty VS-30 NAS Key West, Fl. Back to Ca. and VS-37 in 1966. Made 2 WESPAC cruises aboard USS Hornet (CVS-12) 1966, 67, 68 & 69. Was ASW aircrewman in all 4 squadrons. Flew off USS Hornet (CVS-12) Jan 19, 1969 for the last time. Reached rank of AT-1. Discharged Jan. 29, 1969..." [28NOV2001]

HARRIS, AW1 Daniel harrisd27@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-23 from December 1989 through February of 1994. There are lots of good memories of Shipmates and good times with this one of a kind squadron! Seahawks I salute you!! CAC-2 you know who you are!!! Then went to instructor duty at VP-30 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida February 1994-February 1997. Reported to VP-8 February 1997-March 2001. GREEAATT tour with the Fighting Tigers of VP-8! CAC 3 and 6 thanks for the great memories!!! Mar 2001 - ? Teachin Nuggets at AW "A" School in NAS Pensacola, Florida! Great time and love the time off the flight schedule!!! Hope to see you guys in the fleet!..." [BIO Updated 04JUL2001 | 30MAY99]

HARRIS, ADCS(AW) DEAN H. hudsonharris@hotmail.com "...(VP-16) 4/81-4/85; (VP-30) 5/85-5/88; (VP-5) 5/88-4/92; (VP-16) 8/97-8/99. Presently stationed at CNAL, NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Dsn-564-3018/Comm-(757)444-3018. It would be great to hear from old friends..." [07JAN2001]

HARRIS, Donald dharris1@twmi.rr.com "... I served with AEWBarRonPac from 1963 to 1965 and VQ-1 at NAS Atsugi, Japan, from 1965 to September 1966..." [E-Mail Updated 07APR2009 | 11APR98]

HARRIS, Everett L. evharris24@yahoo.com "...I flew with VPB-104 out of NAB Henderson/Carney Field, Guadalcanal in the early part of 1944. I have been looking for the book written by Commander Harry E. Sears called "Buccaneers of Bombing Squadron 104". Would appreciate any help on obtaining this book. I also flew with VPB-115 out of Munda in 1944..." [07OCT2002]

HARRIS, "Shadey" Grady dwezlusa@netscape.net "...AO1 with VP-91 as sar 70s-80s retired 91. Hello to all VP-91s. Hi Vic, Bobby, Mr. Durbin...I'll never forget those WESPACS hope to hear from all my old Shipmates soon..." [E-Mail Updated 16MAR99 | 07JUN98]

HARRIS, AK Henry J. h702h@aol.com "...I proudly served in VP-60 from 1985 until 1991 as a Avation Store Keeper. I am hoping to hear from or get in touch with any of my former Shipmates..." [16OCT2006]

HARRIS, John E. Jr. john.e.harris.jr@lmco.com "...I would like to hear from some of the people who flew in the 1962-64 timeframe with VP-26. I was on Crew 11 and deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Key West for the Cuban Crisis, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Had a great tims and re-enlisted. After B school did a tour on the A-NEW program at Naval Air Development Center Johnsville and then VP-56 before I got out and went to work for Lockheed. Hope some of you are out there..." [18JUN2003]

HARRIS, AO Ken quinlanharris@earthlink.net "...I was an AO with VU-5 from January 1954 to June 1956 stationed at NAS Agana, Guam; NAS Atsugi, Japan; Itazuke Air Force Base, Fukuoka, Japan and NS Sangley Point, Philippines. We flew JD-1 (B26) and worn out TBM's..." [27JAN2001]

HARRIS, L. E. geneandbetty@comcast.net "...I served with VPB-204 (1946-1948) NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone..." [20JAN2011]

HARRIS, Rex shipmates pix rex@sowega.net"... was with VQ-2 from early 1974 through late 1977. I was an AMS3, worked the late shift..." WebSite: http://www.sowega.net/~rex/

HARRIS, AT2 Richard E. "Dick" sleetmute2@gmail.com "...I served with VA(HM)-10 from December 1957 to October 1960 with deployments to MCAS Iwakuni, Japan, NAS Kodiak, Alaska and NAS Adak, Alaska. I flew with LCDR Thummel on Crew 10..." [E-Mail Updated 02AUG2009 | 20MAR2007]

HARRIS, AZ3 Terry L. terryhar@localnet.com "...I served with VP-30 from January 1972 to March 1973. I was an Airman and I worked with 1st LT and ran the Coffee Mess for sometime until being assigned to Special Tool's and Test Equipment Shop. I also took my test for AZ3 on station..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 02JUN2008 | 19DEC99]

HARRIS, Cecil "Georgia Boy" c/o Son Duggan Harrison duggan2552@bellsouth.net "...My Dad served with VP-92 in the early 1940's as a Radioman. Dad boxed for his squadron. A good friend of Dad's was E.R. Baker who was also a PBY Radioman. Dad spent alot of his time in N. Africa. Dad would like to hear from any former Shipmates..." [05AUG2009]

HARRISON, LCDR Cecil A. "Harry" Retired p3-tacco@netdoor.com "...Enlisted 1955; VC-33/VA(AW)/VAW-33, 1956-1959; NAMDDU, 1960-61; NESEP (NC State Univ.), 1961-65; AOC/Pre-flight/BNAO/Nav School, 1965-66; VP-24, 1966-69 (SP2H and P-3B); VP-30, 1969-73 (P-3A/B); VP-11, 1973-75; NROTC Unit, Univ. of Mississippi, 1975-1979; Instructor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Univ. of Mississippi, 1979-1983; Professor of Engineering Technology, University of Southern Mississippi, 1983-present. I'd like to hear from any of my Shipmates, anytime..." [08APR2000]

HARRISON, Christopher M. chrscnd@cs.com "...I'm an IFT in VP-9. Ready to rotate out almost. Just wanted to say hello to Ricketts, Castro ,Frank Hange, and Mike Johnson..." [E-Mail Updated 17MAR2000 | 28MAY98]

HARRISON, AW1 Chuck chuck.harrison@ngc.com "...I joined the Navy in 1972 and spent 5 months at FASO and VP-30 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I was transferred to VP-5 in 1973 while VP-5 was on deployment to NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. I was promoted to AW1 just prior to leaving Active Duty in 1978. I spent a couple of years in the reserves at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland serving with other x-Madfoxes, Jim Rather and John Musgrove in ASWOC unit 965. In late 1996, my Customer (SPAWAR) moved to San Diego, CA, and like any good contractor, my company TRW, Inc. transfered too. If you remember me, please email!..." [E-Mail Updated 23MAY2007 | E-Mail Updated 20OCT2000 | 11OCT98]

HARRISON, Glendon C. c/o His Son Ron Harrison ronharrison@alba1.com "...My Father, Glendon C. Harrison, served in VP-12 and VP-24 (or VP-22) during WWII. I know he was at Midway when Pearl Harbor was attacked. He participated in the Battle of Midway and served at Guadacanal during the War. It has been only after the Film, "Saving Private Ryan", has come out that he has discussed WWII with me. I would like to learn more about his Crewmates during the War. I would appreciate any messages, I could pass along to my Father. Regards..." [13JUL2001]

HARRISON, AK3 Greg gpharrison1@comcast.net "...I served from 1966 to 1970 at NAS Pensacola, Florida, NAAS Saufley Field, Pensacola, Florida, and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I was stationed in Japan from 1968 to 1970 to support the P-3s. Would like to talk to anybody who was there during that time frame..." [E-Mail Updated 07JAN2004 | 25NOV2003]

HARRISON, AO3 Jim harrisonj@us.ibm.com "...I served with VP-11 from 1989 - 1992 with CAC-6. I am looking for anyone in VP-11 during this time to locate a few of my crew members. Please email me with any information you may have. Thanks..." [19APR2000]

HARRISON, AW3 Joe Retired jaharr3@uswest.com "...Hey all former Lancers (VP-10)from 92-94. I hope you all are doing well. Miss all the good times we had. E-mail me. If any one knows where Sunny Crockett is let me know..." [17OCT2000]

HARRIS, CWO5 John M. Retired john.m.harris1@us.army.mil "...I served with VP-776 (12/1965)..." [08MAY2014]

HARRISON, AT2 Karl karl.harrison@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-56 (1982-1985) AIMD W/C 640 and W/C 690 and NAS Jacksonville, Florida (1986-10/1986). I was trying to find ATC Showalter..." [E-Mail Updated 02JAN2014 | 24JAN2001]

HARRISON, AMH3 Larry larry@hillsborochryslerjeep.com "...Served with VAP-61 as a Plane Captain from spring of 1964 to fall of 1965. Most of time spent on Detachment to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and whatever boat was on the line. Operated off the Connie, Tico, Bonnie Dick, Midway and Coral Sea. Did one stint out on the line for almost 90 days before getting back to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. 1st 45 day detachment stretched to almost 5 months. Had a great time and have many good memories..." [13SEP2004]

HARRISON, Lawrence R. Jr. (Harri, Harri-San) Shipmate Pix Circa 1963 mahlrh@home.com "...I was stationed with VP-17 from 9/62 to 2/66 and made deployments to Alaska ( NAS Kodiak, Alaska / NAS Adak, Alaska / Shemya) in '63; NAF NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan ('64); and NAS Iwakuni, Japan ('65); -- with detachments to various other places, including Vietnam. I held the ratings of ATNAN, ATN3 (AC), AX2 (AC) and ATR2 (AC) and was a Radio Operator in crews (Free Transit) 8, 3, 2, and 1. I proudly flew with LT "JR" Greenway in Alaska, and with CDR Holdren for many years thereafter. I had the honor of speaking with Charlie Boyce before he was medi-vac'd after ZE-10 crashed into "Old Woman" mountain in Jan of '63 (SEE: In memory of lost friends...7 Die In VP-17 Kodiak Plane Crash...)..." [19JUN2001]

HARRISON, AT2 Lisa lislynhar@yahoo.com "...My first squadron was VP-19 (Big Red) and I was there from 1990 to decomm. I wish I had had more time with the folks in VP-19, as I felt like they were the greatest and a very tightknit group. After decommisioning I went to VP-47 until '95. I had a great time in 47 also and would love to reconnect with some old friends. After VP-47 I did instructor duty in NAS Memphis, Tennessee and then NAS Pensacola, Florida and got out of the Navy in '98. I spent two year in NAS Sigonella, Sicily where I ran into a few friends and now live in Tampa, Fl and work as a training specialist. (I was an AT2 in the Navy, by the way). I have a long list of people I would love to hear from, but three of the hardest to locate are probably going to be AE Juan Martinez, who was in VP-47 forever then went to AIMD in San Diego, PR Jodie Biser- she was also in VP-47 a very long time; and Robin Anderson who was an AT in VP-31 and was still living in the Bay Area when I last talked to her. If anyone can help me locate these folks I would really appreciate it..." [23OCT2001]

HARRISON, AZ Mark theperch@aol.com "...I was attached to VP-22 "Blue Geese" from April 1976 to December 1979. I was an "AZ", yes I admit it, anyway, it was the best squadron I served with. Would like to hear from anyone assigned to VP-22 during this time frame. I work for the Navy to this day as a civilian. We have a GREAT Navy! Sure do hate that VP-22 got de-commed. At least the acft didn't get the axe like my other favorite INTRUDER. I miss that thing believe it or not. Good Luck. Keep em flying!..." [13APR2002]

HARRISON, AOC(AW/NAC) Terry L. Retired terrylharrison01@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-31 NAS Jacksonville, Florida from June to October 1982, VP-44 CAC-11 NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1982 to 1985, NAVCRUITDIST San Antonio NRS Austin, TX from 1985 to 1987, NAVRES EEAP Austin, TX from 1987 to 1988, VP-19 CAC-11 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1988 to 1989, VP-50 (ground ordie!!) NAS Moffett Field, California from 1989 to 1991, CPW-10 NAS Moffett Field, California from February to June 1991, VP-30 NAS Moffett Field, California from June to October 1991, USS Abraham Lincoln G-3 DIV Alameda 1991-1992, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington Weapons LPO from 1992 to 1995, VAQ-138 Yellowjackets NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1995 to 1999, HS-10 Warhawks NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1999 to 2002, and retired November 2002. I now work as a defense contractor for NAS North Island, San Diego, California Weapons AD&C..." [BIO Updated 15OCT2003 | 20FEB2000]

HARRALD, James "Homer" harraldjc@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-64 from 1987 to 1992 (worked on the line with Dave Smith), VP-92 from 1992 to 1996 (worked on the line with Kerry Clish and Sol Loranger), and VP-66 in 1999. Look forward to hearing from former Shipmates..." [16APR2004]

HARROD, James Edward Ccbbecky@aol.com "...I am looking for men who may have served with my father in VP-6, FAW-2 or VX-1 from 1958-1966. My dad was James Edward Harrod. He was called "Pappy" by some of the guys because he was older than they. He joined VP-6 in August 1958 and then transferred to Fleet Air Wing-2(FAW-2) in 1961. In 1964 he was again transferred to VX-1 in Key West Fl. Anyone who may have known him please contact me. I am particularly interested in hearing about his time in 1962 during Operation Dominic I on Johnston and Chrtistmas Islands. I can be contacted at Ccbbecky@aol.com or by snail mail at Becky Harrod Stringer, 10114-7 Arrowhead Dr., Jax, FL 32257. Any help you can be in helping to locate men who served with my dad would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Becky....." [00XXX96]

HARSCH, AE2 Bob bob.harsch@lmco.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1981 to 1983. I made the NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment in 1982. Hung out with AE2 Kirk Blankenberg and AE2 Jerry Huntley. I worked for AE1 Frank Davis. Enjoyed a short Detachment to Northern Italy for a three day Airshow. "We Had some Fun." I am now a Manager with Lockheed Martin in Orlando Florida..." [E-Mail Updated 29JAN2007 | 14OCT2001]

HART, Don truckingdon@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-741 (01/1952). Some of the finest men I ever served with - especially Jesse Baumgardner..." [26JUN2013]

HART, Douglas Peter c/o his daughter Mary Hart Maggay maggay@yahoo.com "...My father, Douglas Peter Hart, was with Patrol Squadron Fourteen (VP-14) and at Pearl Harbor during the attack. He tells of firing a machine gun on the ground and later that day, when sent out on patrol, was fired at by "our own guys" while trying to land. He recently had a stroke, but is doing well in Carlsbad California and would love to hear from you..." [06AUG98]

HART, Ed B. hart-ed-carolyn@msn.com "...I served with VP-4 from September 1964 to March 1967. Tacco/Nav was my trade. Bow Observer in Vietnam, pass the food, radar whopper, and lover of Hawaii life were some other side lines. Enjoyed alot of good fellowship; flying time in both the P2 and P-3 and both deployments to Japan. Still have my old log book and alot of great pictures. Would love hearing from any and all. I live in Oklahoma City, Ok. Semi-retired now..." [11JUN2000]

HART, G GHart40105@aol.com "...I served with VP-21 Sicily 1968..."

HART, AX3 James gymheart@gmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (Jez/Radio Crew 12) from December 1965 to August 1967 with CDR Crogh, LT Yanish, LT Baldwin, PO1 "Snick" Gramm, PO2 LeRoy Addison (retired as LCDR), PO3 James "Sonny" McCutcheon, PO3 Mike Tyler and PO3 Jack Bryant. That's about all the names I can remember. After all, it was over 40 years ago. I'm a retired airline pilot and have a "retirement job" as an electrician at PHX Skyharbor airport. Have two grown sons and two marriages/divorces under my belt...." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 07AUG2009 | E-Mail Updated 07MAY2007 | 26DEC2002]

HART, Marshall "Frog" Retired jester.56@att.net "...I served with VP-45, VP-56, VP-49, VP-11 (deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily) and VP-10 (January 1991 to December 1995) as an Inflight Ordnaceman. I hope to visit NAS Jacksonville, Florida soon..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated | 04AUG2003]

HART, MIKE mhart31@hotmail.com "...I WAS IN VP-46 FROM SEPTEMBER 87-JULY 91, WENT TO VP-31, USS KITTY HAWK, PATROL WING 10 STAFF, AND HAVE LANDED BACK IN VP-46 AS A DH. ANYONE FROM THE PAST PLEASE DROP ME A LINE AND WE'LL TALK OLD TIMES. IT WOULD BE GREAT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!..." [05OCT98]

HART, Ronald E. "Ron" hartron@comcast.net "...I served with VP-4 (1951-1953) flying as a crewmember aboard the P2V with tours at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, NAS Kodiak, Alaska, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and NAS Agana, Guam. After serving in the Navy, I went to college and became an aeronautical engineer. After living in Southern Calif. for 33 years, I retired and my wife and I moved to Oregon to be close to family. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 30MAR2013 | E-Mail Updated 19AUG2007 | E-Mail Updated 16JAN2003 | 12FEB2000]

HARTER, Derris Harter c/o Dr. Derris Marshall Harter Esharter@aol.com "...My father, Derris Marshall Harter, was a radio operator for crew 5, VP-772, on a PB4Y-2 aircraft during 1950-52. He doesn't have an email address yet; however, he would like to attend the Seattle Reunion or any other Reunion/events that may enable him to meet old friends. Any referrals or information you could provide would be helpful. Please call, write, or email to: Derris Harter, 2700 Cepa Uno, San Clemente, CA 92673, 949-366-1929, or e-mail mail and I'll forward the message..." [13MAY99]

HARTER, ATC Jeffrey "JC" Retired jharter50@att.net "...I served with VP-9 (1970 to 1974), VP-26 at NAS Brunswick, Maine (1977 to 1981), VP-19 at NAS Moffett Field, California (1985 to 1989). My best friends were AO1 T.J. Carr and AWCS Steve Orrell..." [E-Mail Updated 16APR2009 | E-Mail Updated 11MAY2008 | E-Mail/BIO 08NOV2006 | 16JAN2000]

HARTER, ADJ2 Louis Douglas (Doug) jetmek50@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-11 from 1971 to 1974 and VP-26 from 1974 to 1975. Any old Shipmates, give me a call, I'd love to chat about old times!!!..." [E-Mail Updated 24OCT2006 | 27JAN99]

HARTGROVE, LTjg Billy R. bhartgro@hotmail.com "...I served as an Ensign and then Ltjg. USNR with VP-34 from mid 1954 to 1956, first at NAAF/NAF Port of Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies and then at NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone. I served as Asst. Personnel Officer, Personnel Officer and then as Asst. Admin. I flew mostly on EC-7, Cdr. Stoinoff's (Exec) plane. After "stand down" of VP-34 I was with FAETUATL in NAS Norfolk, Virginia until my release in 1957..." [16APR2002]

HARTGROVE, Michael Sean sean.hartgrove88@gmail.com "...I served with VP-10 (1988-1992) with CAC-4 AND CAC-9. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [26JUN2013]

HARTIG, AFCM(AW) Curtis Retired chart41@bellsouth.net "...Attended Boot Camp at Recruit Training Command (RTC) Great Lakes, Illinois (February 1978 to June 1978,, AMS "A" School at NAS Memphis, Tennessee (June 1978 to September 1978), VP-66 (October 1978 to March 1982), AIMD at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts (March 1982 to December 1986), AIMD at NAS Atlanta, Georgia (December 1986 to June 1990), Navy Reserve Personnel Center (NRPC) at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana (June 1990 to June 1992), VFA-203 NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida (June 1992 to December 1997 and AIMD SEA at NAS Atlanta, Georgia. I retired after serving 22 years and 5 days. I worked for the NAS Atlanta, Georgia Public Works Civilian as a HVAC Lead Technician from November 2000 to September 2009. Enjoyed every tour of Duty! Best Shipmates or friends you could ask for. Miss all of you!! I teach Heating and Air Conditioning now at Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta, GA..." [22AUG2010]

HARTL, Robert fstop6342@aol.com "...I served with VP-45 (pilot) from 1966 to 1969. I was the normal copilot and a rated PPC on the NAS Adak, Alaska mishap on June 2, 1969. I am interested in getting in touch with LT William R. Dailey the TACCO on Crew-20 that was also on the aircraft that day..." [30JAN2010]

HARTLEY, PRCM (AW/SW/PJ) Gary B. HartleyGB@aol.com or fl1xacd@hotmail.com "...I was stationed in VP-45 from Aug 1976-Dec79, Apr-Jul 1992. VP-46 from Jul 1993 - Oct 1994. Presently CMC VP-45 until retirement. Look forward to hearing from anyone who was stationed with me at those times..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 22NOV2000 | 29SEP98]

HARTLEY, CDR Walter G. Jr. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=728 "...CDR Walter G. Hartley Jr., USNR - NFL Number: 728 - Date of Birth: 8/24/1920 - Date In: 12/15/1940 - Date Out: 2/28/1947 - City, State: Dallas, TX - School Attended: S. Methodist Univ - Aircraft Flown: N3N, SNB, PBY, PB4Y, PBM - Ship or Unit: VP-21, VP-101 and VPB-122 - Pilot Desg.: patrol Plane Cdr - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: Asia Pac,P Harb, Aleu - Associations/Service Organizations: Ret. Officers Assn - Highest personal decoration or award: Dist Flying Cross - Significant Achievements: 3,400 hours of flight time. In Memoriam? No..." [11DEC2005]

HARTMAN, CMDCM(SW) Dan Shipmate Pix http://reserves.navy.mil/NR/exeres/72C24B44-D65E-4B6B-A52D-D57B79F14805.htm "...Master Chief Petty Officer Daniel Hartman, a native of Madison, Wisconsin, enlisted in the United States Navy upon graduation from Portage High School, Portage, Wisconsin in 1974. After completing recruit training at Orlando, Florida, he attended Yeoman "A" School in Meridian, Mississippi. In November 1974 he reported to his first duty station, VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida and was assigned as the Maintenance Department Yeoman. In November 1976 Master Chief Hartman transferred to VP-24 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida where he was assigned as the Officer Records Yeoman and Leading Petty Officer. While attached to VP-24 Master Chief Hartman deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. During his tour with VP-24 Master Chief Hartman advanced to Yeoman Second Class. In December 1978 Master Chief Hartman separated from the Navy and enrolled at the University of Wisconsin. He graduated from UW-Madison in December 1983 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. Also during this time Master Chief Hartman was a drilling Reservist at the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center in Madison, Wisconsin assigned to the NR CG-19 DALE 1913 unit. Following graduation from college Master Chief Hartman reenlisted in the Naval Reserve Full Time Support program in February 1984 and accepted orders to Personnel Support Activity, New Orleans. In February 1987 Master Chief Hartman transferred to Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region Thirteen in Great Lakes where he was assigned as Training Administrator and Administrative Department Supervisor. While attached to REDCOM Thirteen Master Chief Hartman advanced to Yeoman First Class and was the 1989 Sailor of the Year. Transferring in May 1990 to USS COPELAND (FFG 25) homeported in San Diego, California Master Chief Hartman experienced his first afloat assignment. Assigned as the Ship's Secretary he advanced to Chief Yeoman and qualified as an Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist and Officer of the Deck (Underway). In July 1993 Master Chief Hartman reported to Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Readiness Center Salt Lake City as the Administrative Department Head. In April 1994 he was advanced to Senior Chief Yeoman and assumed the additional duties of Command Senior Chief until his transfer in June 1996 to the Flag Writer billet on the staff of Commander, Naval Surface Reserve Force based in NAS New Orleans, Louisiana. In September 1998 Master Chief Hartman transferred to Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region Sixteen in Minneapolis, Minnesota and assumed responsibilities as Director of Command Services and in July of 2000 he transferred to Naval Air Reserve Center Chicago at Naval Training Center Great Lakes and assumed duties as Command Master Chief. In July 2003 Master Chief Hartman transferred to his current assignment of Command Master Chief at Naval Air Reserve Whidbey, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Master Chief Hartman's personal decorations, service awards and campaign/unit awards include the Navy Commendation Medal (with Silver Star), Navy Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy "E" Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal (with four Bronze Stars), Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal (with two Bronze Stars), Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (with Bronze Star), Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Navy Rifle Expert Medal, Navy Pistol Expert Medal. Master Chief Hartman and his wife, Trisha, reside in Anacortes, Washington. They have one son, Kenneth, who is employed in Madison, Wisconsin..." [25APR2005]

HARTMAN, Jan "...I proudly served in VP-31 from 1974-1977 in the communications office. I have many happy memories of those days and would love to regain contact with my old shipmates. My e-mail address has a block on it to eliminate junk mail. If anyone wishes to contact me, check out the White Pages of phone book, I'm listed under my business address as a Chiropractor..." [20APR2000]

HARTMAN, AK3 Jim jhartman@apk.net "...I was at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam from 1971 to 1972 and was one of the last "Fabulous Fifty" sailors there. I was an AKAN/AK3 working at Main Supply in SRS and later as a parts expediter for VP's and Crazy Cat. I have a 1970 NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam yearbook and copies of the Sandpiper Familygram from October and December 1971 with many pictures of individuals, base facilities, etc. Will check for names and send copies to anyone who requests. Have good memories of the outdoor theater, EM Club, football games in the sand, and of course the babes! I was the Material Control LPO in VP-22 from 1981 to 1983. Gave out a lot of flight jackets and boots and safety shoes! Have good memories of many friends. Still proud to have been a Blue Goose. Would love to hear from any old Shipmates..." [02SEP2002]

HARTMAN, Michael P. michael.p.hartman@navy.mil "...VP-22 was the best tour of duty I had in the Navy. I miss the crew commadery and the mission. Mr Sarro! I am still married. Thanks for trying to help me still..." [19JUN2004]

HARTMAN, Richard rhartman10@tampabay.rr.com "...I was aerial photographer assigned to VP-57 but TDY to the NAS Whidbey Island, Washington main side photo lab and special services for 6 months and 6 months at NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan photo lab. This was in 1953-1954. I wish I could have met more crew members. In fact I could have been flying an aircraft if the Navy had not screwed me out of NAVCAT!..." [09SEP2008]

HARTMANN, Larry lmhart@ymail.com "...I served in VP-31 Detachment NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1968 to February 1971..." [06OCT2010]

HARTNETT, Willie whartn4567@aol.com "...I served with VP-92, VP-94, RATCEN, then back to VP-92. would love to hear from my Shipmates..." [30JUN2000]

HARTRANFT, Russ rrcha@mail.bsco.com "...I was a member of VP-22 from 1968-70, including a deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, Naha, Utapao, & RVN. Alpha crews 6 & 2. Ken Kriner was in crew 2 with me and Pete Lindberg, Art Cole and I shared the rent on a house near Pearl Harbor. Good to hear form each of you..." [20JUL99]

HARTSFIELD, AVCM Rex Retired jrexmary@aol.com "...I was in FASRON-121 1958/1959 in the Avionics shop, then to FAETULANT where I taught APX-7 and APS-80. I left FAETULANT in October 1960 for VP-9 at NAS Alameda, California where I was in Crew #6. I reenlisted for AT "B" school and from there to VP-50 in NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I was on Crew #11 and left VP-50 in December 1964. Went to instructor duty at NAMTRA NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Retired in Jan 1979 as AVCM working with VAQ squadrons..." [25OCT2005]

HARTSHORN, AMS3 Dave davehartshorn@ymail.com "...I served with VP-48 and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [05AUG2012]

HARTSHORN, Gerald (Jerry) ghartshorn@neo.rr.com "...Spent 3+ enjoyable years with VP-10 from 1962-1965. Spent time on CAC-5, CAC-10, and CAC-12. Now retired and spend part time touring the US in our motor home. Looking forward to hearing from old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 28DEC2003 | 02NOV2003]

HARTSHORN, LCDR Steve burnman57@hotmail.com "...I served with VT-27, VT-28, VP-30, VP-8 from 1982-1985, VA-128 from 1985-1988, VP-93 from 1988-1992, NR NAS Whidbey Island, Washington 1992-1994, and NAS Atlanta, Georgia 1994-1995. Left service as LCDR and took up job as Deputy Sheriff in Portland Oregon as to date. Miss the Navy, would like to hear from former squadron mates, and hi to all those I served with..." [21JUL2002]

HARTWELL, ADJ2(AC) Mark L. lahartwell@aol.com "...I was a Plank Owner with VP-94. I was discharged in February 1971..." [11OCT2000]

HARTWELL, AX3 Marty mhartwe@gmail.com "...I served with VP-1 from early 1966 to February 1969. Joined while the squardron was on deployment to Japan as AX3 fresh from A school, then VP-31. Was the Jez op on crew 6 for a couple years, until my weight got ahead of me. Then spent time in tronics shop and AMD at NS Sangley Point, Philippines. I have been looking for anyone from the old P2V VP-1. I will be checking back from time to time..." [E-Mail Updated 27MAY2010 | 18NOV2005]

HARTWICK, Matt Mjhartwi@collins.rockwell.com "...In VQ-2 83-86, AIMD NS Rota, Spain 86-89 Special Progects AT-3. Presently a Rockwell Collins Engineer in Melbourne Fla. Drop me an E-mail and Long live the Q!!..." [28JAN98]

HARTY, Bob bobharty39@msn.com "...Served with VP-28 from October 1958 to September 1960. Was the 1st radioman on crew 6 during the 1960 NAS Iwakuni, Japan deployment. Have many fond memories of my days at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [17JAN2002]

HARTZELL, AZCS Doug d_k_h@hotmail.com "...I was VP-47 as an AZ1 at NAS Moffett Field, California in the late 70's and transfered to VP-31. Now employed as an Environmental Analyst with Aerojet in Sacramento and retired since 1992..." [20AUG98]

HARTZLER, ATAN Dale E. "Tweety" tfourhartz@aol.com "...I was stationed at Barber's Point in Squadron VP-22 from oct. of 89 thru June of 1993. I was an ATAN working most of my time in the line shop. I would really like to here from any of my Shipmates and see what they are up to. They always called me by my nick name of "Tweety", if your out there Smitty let me know what's up!..." [06JUL2001]

HARTZOG, Malcolm autiger@usa.com "...I served with VP-47 (1973-1976) at NAS Moffett Field, California..." [26JAN2012]

HARVEY, PH3 Bob Shipmate Pix lyricplus@aol.com "...I served with VP-40 (1956-10/1959) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with two deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and also TAD to the NAS Photo Lab in the Air Operations Bldg. I left in October 1959 and was discharged at Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA..." [Updated PIX 04SEP2012 | 03SEP2012]

HARVEY, Brian A. azharvman@hotmail.com "...I am currently serving in VP-10 and having the time of my life doing it. Mess with the best, die like the rest!..." [28MAR99]

HARVEY, AMCS Jansen Retired hmjansen@earthlink.net "...I was stationed with VP-2 from August 1958 to June of 1962 and returned in March 1966 till squdron decommisioned in 1969..." [14JUL2002]

HARVEY, JOHN M JAYHARFAX@AOL.COM "...VP-7 JUNE 1965-MAY 1968. PLANE COMMANDER LB-6 "THE ROADRUNNERS" NAS Sigonella, Sicily DEPLOYMENT MAY 1967-OCTOBER 1967..." [01APR98]

HARVEY, AD1 Jim Retired jimharvey1@comcast.net "...Attached to NAS Brunswick, Maine from Apr 78 - Dec 81 working at AOMD. (Initially assigned to AIMD but Ops found out I was an ADR and they had a VERY sick C-1A & nobody to fix it!) Transferred to VP-45 in APR 82 catching up to them on deployment in NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Made another NAS Sigonella, Sicily and a NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal deployment with them. Transferred to VP-30 in August 89 running the Power Plants shop & subsequently going to QA as the LPO..." [27APR2005]

HARVEY, YN Rick rickharvey61@yahoo.com "...Served as Communications Yeoman with VP-56 from 1981 to 1983 then CNO Security Pentagon from 1983 to 1986 last duty station Homestead Airforce base - Naval Security Group..." [28MAY2007]

HARVEY, AMS2 Steve stebharvey@ameritech.net "...I served with NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (1971-1972), VP-44 (1973-1974) and VP-60 (1979-1989) in airframes. I'm now semi-retired after a major health problem but have now started a small business building custom military aircraft weather vanes from brass sheet. If anyone is interested in seeing my work or having an aircraft build for them, e-mail me..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04OCT2013 | 23JUN98]

HARVILL, James R jharvill@pacbell.net"...I was lower ball turret gunner with VB-108, '43-'44. Later joined VPB-118 at Okinawa and finished the war there..."

HARVILLE, AOC Larry Retired saraharville@earthlink.net "...I was an A0C when I retired in 1975. VP-17 (VA(HM)-10) 1956 to 1960. VP-2 1960 to 1962. VP-31 NAS North Island, San Diego, California 1962 to 1964. VP-6 1964 to 1968. AO Class "B" school 1968 to mid 1969. VP-31 NAS Moffett Field, California 1969 1971. VP-19 1971 to 1975. NAS Alameda, California Wepons Department till retirement 1975. Would like to find AE-2 John Linkenhiemer who was a member of VP-17 crew 3 on the NAS Kodiak, Alaska deployment of 1959. Other members of that crew were LT. Bob Weller, past away. ENS Paul Stevekin. Enlisted members were ADR-1 George Kelsea plane captain, who lives in Lexington Park, MD. ADR-3 Pat Shanklin 2nd wrench, who lives in Snora, CA. AN Governelli 3rd wrench, whereabouts unknown. AT-3 Marvin Dirks radio, who lives in Greeley, CO. AT-2 Walter K. O'Dowd radar, past away June 30 this year. AT-3 John Thompson whereabouts unknown. Sure would like to find John Thompson, Governelli and John Linkenheimer. I am in contact with George Kelsea, Marvin Dirks and Pat Shanklin. If you know me or would like to speak to an old cannon cocker contact me..." [28OCT2001]

HARWELL, YN2 James jharwell@realtysouth.com "...I served with VP-45 from 1982 to 1986..." [04SEP2004]

HARWOOD, AME1 Tom vfw2278@netzero.net "...I was station with VP-6 1955-1966. Would to meet old Shipmates..." [15DEC2000]

HASBROUCK, John J. (JJ) qwert@bestweb.net "...I was in VP-11 From 1952 To 1955 we were at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island till 1954 when we were transfered to NAS Brunswick, Maine. I was on two deployments to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, two deployments to Malta, one to Veaques PR. There was also a mid winter operation to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada to test a new radar. I left the navy in July of 1955. I'd be glad to hear from VP-11 Shipmates..." [24OCT99]

HASKER, AZ2 Terri harleyrider97@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-49 from 1991 to 1993. I was AZ2 Terri Campbell "Winnie". I would love to hear from my old Shipmates...I probably would be OK hearing from AVCM Rumpf too......We worked hard and we played hard!!!!!! Email me..." [14JAN2005]

HASKINS, Vice Admiral Michael D. Retired U. S. Naval Academy "...Vice Admiral Michael D. Haskins was born in Angels Camp, California. He graduated first in his class from the Naval Academy in June 1966 and was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study history at the University of LaPlata, Argentina. Following his studies in Argentina and flight training, he received his wings in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, in September 1968. Vice Admiral Haskins reported to VP-49 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, and deployed twice to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. In July 1972, he was assigned to the Naval Academy, where he taught History of Seapower. In July 1973, he was selected as a Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Scholar. He attended Oxford University, England, where he received a Masters Degree in international relations and international economics. In December 1975 Vice Admiral Haskins reported to the staff of Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Group TWELVE in Mayport, Florida, as Assistant Plans/Operations Officer. In July 1978, he was assigned to VP-45 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. During the period, VP-45 deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and NAS Bermuda. Vice Admiral Haskins reported to CPW-2 staff as Training Officer in July 1980 and joined VP-22 as Executive Officer in May 1981. He served as Commanding Officer from May 1982 until June 1983. During this period, VP-22 deployed to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and conducted detachment operations from NAS Agana, Guam. The squadron was awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation for special operations. In June 1983, Vice Admiral Haskins assumed command of VP-1 where he served until May 1984. The squadron deployed to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, and was awarded the Arnold J. Isbell Trophy for Anti-Submarine Warfare excellence. In June 1984, he was assigned to the staff of Commander THIRD Fleet, where he served as the Current Operations Officer. In June 1985, he assumed command of VP-31, the West Coast P-3 Fleet Replacement Squadron, and served until July 1986. During this period, the squadron was awarded the CNO Safety Award. From August 1986 to March 1988, he was Deputy Director of the CNO Executive Panel (OP-00K) on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations. From June 1988 to July 1990, he was CPW-1 and Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Force SEVENTH Fleet. IN August 1990, he reported to the National War College and in December 1990, he became the 74th Commandant of Midshipmen at the Naval Academy. From August 1992 to August 1994 Vice Admiral Haskins served as Commander, Iceland Defense Force; Commander, Fleet Air, Keflavik; Island Commander, Iceland; and Commander, Iceland Anti-Submarine Warfare Group. While serving in Iceland, he was presented with the Order of the Falcon, Commander's Cross, by the President of Iceland. In October 1994, he assumed the position of CPW Atlantic Fleet and Commander, Task Force EIGHT FOUR. In addition to this assignment, he deployed to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, from July to November 1995 as Commander, Joint Task Force ONE SIX ZERO in charge of Cuban and Haitian migrant operations. From June 1996 to July 1998, Vice Admiral Haskins served as Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Japan. He was awarded the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold and Silver, by the Emperor of Japan. In August 1998, he reported to London, England, for duty as the Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe. During his tenure, he additionally served as Deputy to Commander, Joint Task Force NOBLE ANVIL from March to July 1999 directing operations in the Kosovo conflict. From March to June 1999 he also served as COMFAIRMED/CTF 67. He reported to Washington, DC in July 2000 where he served as the Naval Inspector General until January 2003. He is currently the Distinguished Chair of Leadership at the United States Naval Academy. Vice Admiral Haskins' awards include the Distinguished Service Medal with Gold Star, Defense Superior Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Legion of Merit with three Gold Stars, Meritorious Service Medal with Three Gold Stars, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendations, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, and NATO Medal..." [31MAY2003]

HASS, George R. ghass@iopener.net "...I was with ATU-611 when it was formed in 1958 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. It was originally from NAS Hutchinson, Kansas. Those were the years the gov't were closing many Naval bases. I was a ADR-3 and flew as a aircrewman observer in S2F-Trackers. After Corpus I transferred to Kingville, Tx to ATU-222 F11F Tigers. First single seat jet used for training. Served there till discharge 2/10/60. Looking for any one who might want to share some memories and also Chuck Sauer from Kansas or Joe Boston from Kentucky. Thanks for the good times. I am still working for T.W.A. St.Louis..." [18OCT2000]

HASTINGS, YN3 Dwight David dwighth@terraworld.net "...I served with VP-31 from May 1964 to 1966. I left for active duty right after I graduated from High School. VP-31 was in NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I was was assigned to the Officer Training Office. I worked with a lot of young Naval Officer's who came thru for Naval Flight Training in the PB-5 or P2V Neptune ASW Warfare trainging plane. We also flew back to NAS Olathe, Kansas on cross Country flight's. I would love to talk to anyone who may have served with me. Hope to hear from some of my old Navy Buddy's again..." [25NOV98]

HASTINGS, Matt (Choo Choo) hastingspacific@yahoo.com "...World Famous Blue Shark VP-6 1985-1991 Electrician/Flight engineer Crews 6 and Crew 3. VP-31 FRS instructor Normal and Emergancy Proceedures. 91-93 Currently : Building and Electrical Contractor Los Angeles Area..." [-Mail Updated 03JAN2006 | 02AUG2001]

HATA, AKCS Timothy Retired thata@co.honolulu.hi.us "...Aloha Skinny Dragons! I was in VP-4 from 1981-1985 and made 3 deployments ( NAS Cubi Point, Philippines/Diego Garcia, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, and Diego Garcia). I viewed the closure of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with a bit of sadness. The closure marks an end of an era for the station and its squadrons. I left active duty in 1985 and and joined the selected reserve and was briefly assigned to VC-0185 which supported VC-1. Currently with a unit which supports FISC Pearl Harbor. As an urban planner with the City and County of Honolulu, my link to the past will be maintained as we redevelop portions of the base for a variety of public uses..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUN2001 | 16JUL99]

HATCHETT, ATC David dhatch@ata.attmil.ne.jp "...My first tour of duty and my best to date was VP-24, 1981-1984. After that served at ASWOC Cecil Field, ASWOC NSF Diego Garcia, USS Independence, NAMTRAGRUDET NAS Miramar, USS Kitty Hawk. I am currently stationed at NAMTRAGRUDET NAS Atsugi, Japan..." [06DEC99]

HATFIELD, James P. (Homer) guiderite@pcola.gulf.net "...I was in VP-5 from jan 59-june 62. Would like to hear from old Shipmates at my email address. Has anyone heard from Zeke Zorn?..." [24JUL2001]

HATHAWAY, Art art93212@aol.com "...I served with VP-28 from September 1948 until December 1951. Like to hear from some of my old shipmates out there. Had swell time at the squadron reunion in Las Vegas, see you guys at the next one..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG99 | 31DEC97]

HATHAWAY, James W. reddog1937@cableone.net "...I would like to contact any VP-9 members who served during the years 1956 through 1958. I have many stories to share about our deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and Crew 3s being jumped by Migs..." [E-Mail Updated 23SEP2005 | E-Mail Updated 28JAN99 | 11DEC98]

HATHAWAY, James W. (Red Dog) reddog1937@aol.com "...I was assigned to VU-5A from 1957 to late 1959 at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. I would like to hear from anyone assigned to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. I do have some pictures of our aircraft JD-1's and some of the town of Olongapo..." [BIO Updated 07SEP2003 | 15DEC2000]

HATTMAN, Harry (Ernie) harry.hattman@honeywell.com "...Served in VQ-1 1960-1963 ATR-2. Flew in EC-121Ms as rader operator. Would like to hear from anyone there at the time. Tried to return an E-Mail to Nick Rotnicki at mkrnovsan@excite.com but it came back undelivered. Help with that? Had an opportunity to visit Yokohama and Sagami in 1988. If anybody wonders what happened to everything in those 25 years! Let me hear from you!..." [28APR2000]

HAUBENSTEIN, Bruce zardozbruce2@aol.com "...I served aboard NAS Midway Island from 1971 to 1972. I lived and worked out of the BOQ..." [08DEC2008]

HAUBER, ADRC Gene ehauber@me.com "...I served with VR-24 at NS Rota, Spain in 1966 (Flight Mechanic aboard the C-118) and VQ-2 (Jet Shop)..." [09JUN2011]

HAUCK, Al alhauck@telerama.lm.com "...I was a AMS2 with VP-45 from Sept 1969 to April 1972. Presently a Avionics Maintanence Control Foreman for US Airways. Interesting in hearing from anyone in the squadron around this time..." [28DEC98]

HAUGH, Granger gmh@tfb.com "...Joined VP-49 1961 and flew one of the last P5M's to Weeksvill in 1963. Major excitement was finding the first Foxtrot submarine during the Cuban crisis. Jack Lewis found number two. After a 3 year tour at FATULANT I was posted to the USS Bennington as Assistant CIC Oficer. I left the Navy in 1969 for the business world. In 1974 I started my own Biotechnology business and am still at it. I'm still flying,my current aircraft is a 1944 Beach Staggerwing. The last BDA VP-49 Reunion was great. I wish more of the BDA gang could have made it. Love to hear from anyone, especially my old crew..." [08APR2001]

HAUGHT, Dennis R. luckynut@roadrunner.com "...I served with VP-4 (1966-1967) and flew with Crew-7..." [14APR2013]

HAUN, Ronald navyvet53@adelphia.net "...I served aboard the USS Kenneth Whiting (AV-14] Seaplane Tender from 1954 to 1955 as a radioman working with the radiomen on the seaplanes during their flights taking photos of russian shipping in the Formosa straights. We were achored in the Pescadore Islands cove at the time. Was able to get a ride on one P5M from the Pescadores to NS Subic Bay, Philippines when I got transferred to the Hornet..." [E-Mail Updated 03DEC2003 | 04JUL2001]

HAUS, Charles N. scudrunner63@yahoo.com "...I became a Naval Aviator in 1941 and my first tour was in PBM-3's with VP-203 under Captain John Gannon and Jim Reedy. We were based in NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and NAS Trinidad, British West Indies. I then was transferred to NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and AirAsDevLant which was an anti-submarine testing squadron. We developed rockets, search lights and even worked on the "yahoodi" project with a TBM. I then was transferred to VB-112 and upon wars end joined VB-114 in the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. I retired from Braniff Airways after 35 years and now instruct pilots for Flight Safety Boeing. I am looking for information on Lance Murphy..." [BIO Updated 12JAN2014 | E-Mail Updated 17NOV2012 | 24JUN2000]

HAUSER, Fred fjhau@aol.com "...I served with FAW-2 assigned to the Admirials staff from 1945 to 1947. I also sailed a mid pak sloop, played Basketball, and was on the FAW-2 swim team. I ran the guard mail service from the administraton building. Are any of us left from then?..." [31OCT2003]

HAUSER, George R. grhauser@sbcglobal.net "...Served with VPB-17 from June 14,1945 through September 9,1945. I was designated as PPC in April in April 1945 at NAS Alameda, California, VPB-99. I enlisted May 1,1942, Commisioned May 1,1943, instructed in SNV at NAAS Saufley Field, Florida, Pensacola instructed in PBY at Squadron 8A, Main Station, Pensacola, operational training at NAS Banana River, Florida, NAS Alameda, California, and MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, honhorable discharge January 25,1954. May first mission with VPB-17 is dated 17 June 1945. We were based on the Currituck at Linguyen, Luzon. We were credited with the sinking of a Fox Tare Charlie on June 22, 1945. I was detached from VPB-17 on 10/09/45 at Shanghai, China..." [12NOV2000]

HAUSER, AE2 Richard A. rickhaus@maine.rr.com "...I served with VP-26 (AE2) from 1968 to 1971..." [24MAY2008]

HAUSER, AOM2 Theodore Allen c/o Daughter Allyn Galland allyn340@hotmail.com "...Dad served with VPB-138 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington was deployed to the Russell Islands in the South Pacific and was redesignated VPB-124 December 1944 and deployed to NAB Tinian Island, Marianas Islands. Dad would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [05DEC2013]

HAUSLER, Carl hausler@together.net "...I just wanted to let any VP-50 Shipmates of Cdr Carl Hausler passed away today, 3/23/98. He was the XO from 67-68 and CO 68-69 during the transition from the P-5 to the P-2. He loved the Navy and he loved to fly even more..." [24MAR98]

HAUSSMANN, Norman NHaussmann@AOL.COM "...I was CO of VP-65 Sep 81 to APR 83 retiring in Oct 84. Would like to hear from anyone..."

HAVENS, SKC E. D. (Earl) C/O His Son Dean Havens Shipmate Pix dhavens94606@yahoo.com "...Looking for anyone at NAS Agana, Guam from 1952 to 1953 who may have known my Dad SKC E. D. (Earl) Havens. Dad was in Supply and also managed the CPO club (Fiddlers Green) and the CPO Mess. Any help would really be appreciated..." [PIX Added 09JUL2003 | 05JUL2003]

HAVERLUCK, YNC Bill "...Served with VP-22. Circa 1954-56. No e-mail but feel free to call 808-638-7495. Would enjoy hearing from former Shipmates..." [02JUL98]

HAVENS, Doug Retired dhavens@worldnet.att.net "...I retired under the TERA program as an AW in April 1995. I served in VP-44 (1981-84), VS-35 (1986-88), CV-64 ASWM (1988-1990), ASWOC NS Rota, Spain (1990-93), VP-24 Crew 6 until I retired in April 1995. I live in Jacksonville, Florida..." [18SEP98]

HAWES, LT Jeffrey C. Glacierp@cadvandage.com "...Pilot with VP-11 from 1968 to 1972, now living in the Flint Hills of Kansas. Think of friends and good times still..." [16APR2001]

HAWK, YN2 angusacres@cs.com "...I was there VP-44 (73-75) the best education I ever got. Discharged 75 went to college BS Busines Mgt. Admin, minor in Biolgy. Never used education just work and have fun still. Played ball for years until knees gave out ASA Softball (love that game, expecially if Calhune remembers, wanting me to through game for A team to win Captains Cup). I'm still alive and doing well, going to Jamica for New Years this year. Live on the beach and love to boat and fish. I still remember the great times and everyone we worked with, will reply just send a note, but not between 12/30 and 06/01. Over the teeth, past the gums, look out stomach here it comes..." [30NOV2000]

HAWK, PN3 V. Skip skip@mcstorage.com "...I served with VC-4 (1967-1969) at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida (Commanding Officer CDR Neil "Nasty" Nokes and LCPO Haig Barsamian) and the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) (1969-1970)..." [24AUG2012]

HAWKINS, Don Retired hawkinsd1@prodigy.net "...I served with VP-56 from APR65 through DEC67 as one of those infamous "ground-pounders" (PN3) with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NS Rota, Spain. I have since served in other aviation units but never enjoyed serving with aviation more than with the Dragons of 56..." [05FEB99]

HAWKINS, AW2 Ed sales@coolmilitary.com "...It all started when my little brother Joe (number 3 of 6 boys) decided to join the Navy. What a shocker! He "was" the rebel of the family, but it wasn't the fact that he was leaving the brood that amazed us, but the fact that he was joining the Navy! The Navy? I didn't know anything about the navy. It conjured up a lot of images of sailing ships, Captain Ahab, and the Hollywood blockbuster MIDWAY in "sensurround". Well, off he went to boot camp and we didn't hear much about him for a while. I was working as a machinist making oil drilling equipment for offshore wells, when the market took a dive. My other brother John (number 4) was graduating High School and we both ended up thinking about what a great time Joe must be having sailing the seven seas. Joe went in without a rate and the first thing he told us was, Don't Join unless you read the "Secret Book" that only the recruiters have! "I wish I did" he said, and now I'm a paint scraping specialist. This was a book that that showed every job in the Navy. It was really thick and in full color. I read the whole thing many times, and kept stopping at the "Aircrew" page. Wow, look at those cool flight suites. My favorite quote was, "work in an air conditioned environment". What could be better! I was hooked. I'm signing up today I said. "Wait a minute" said John, don't you want to wait until after Summer is over? He had me there, so we signed up to go in together on the Delayed Entry Program. We spent that Summer in California sleeping in his car and hitting the surf at different places all along the Coast. I forgot to mention, on the day we signed up, guess what? There were no spots available for AW! I was mortified. Well then I said, I'm not going in. Just then, the computers all went down (wow, computers in 1983). "You'll have to come back tomorrow", they said. Well, my luck was shining the next day, because for some unknown reason a spot opened up for me, and I was in. Yahooo! Here's List of where I ended up. Bootcamp in San Diego (1983), NACCS NAS Pensacola, Florida (1984), NAS Memphis, Tennessee A school (1984), NAS Moffett Field, California (1984), SERE (1984), VP-1 Screaming Eagles at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Crew #1. Sensor 1 (AW-2). P-3c Orion (1985-1987), with 6 month deployments to Japan (Osaka and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan). I had so many adventures that I could not even begin to list them here. But, I did have a desire to have t-shirts made. While in the Philippines, I remember sketching out ideas with a pencil and giving them to the "t-shirt guy". He would then come back in a couple days with the finished shirt. It was always wrong, and the colors weren't right. But hey, I had a custom t-shirt. It was so cool. I also had a lot of fun creating our "Crew Patches". I really couldn't draw that well, but the crew liked them anyway. After I was discharged, I decided to pursue a design career and spent 3 years learning how to draw. Now I design Hiking Boots for a living. Who would have thought? Well I kept going back to wanting cool t-shirts, with the aircrew logo on them. So one day last month, I sat down, scanned in my aircrew wings and created a flaming tentacle logo. And that was the start of http://www.coolmilitary.com. I loved the military, and thought people that served in it were cool. So hence the name. Then I started using the "flaming tentacles" on other types of military logos. My Brother John wanted one with the Navy Dolphins on it (he went Nukes). My Dad, who was in the Army, wanted an army t-shirt. Well, you can see where this was going. So I just keep adding to the collection..." Personal WebSite: http://www.coolmilitary.com [14JAN2004]

HAWKINS, AEC Elston E. Retired ehawk98432@yahoo.com "...I served in VP-44 61-64, NAS Glynco 64-68, NAS Keflavik, Iceland 68-70, NAS Adak, Alaska 70-73, NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee 73-77, VC-10 77-80, and retired in June 80..." [E-Mail Updated 10FEB2001 | 28FEB99]

HAWKINS, AE1 James Retired iamjhawk@comcast.net "...I served with VP-60 (1983-1987). I currently work for Delta Air Lines as a Technical Analyst in Atlanta, GA..." [26MAR2012]

HAWKINS, PH3 G. Ray hawkins@artnet.net "...VP-17 Photographers Mate from July '63 to Sept '66, Oak Harbor / NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I was the photog. on the crash crew. Pissed off the jar heads at the north gate by not stopping when doing the crash run from the photo lab at the sea-plane base to the runway. Hey, I smiled & waved at them as I flew by in our 1950's Photo-Lab van! NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan & NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan in '64. NAS Iwakuni, Japan in '65. Would love to hear from anyone who gave up their saturdays & helped build the baseball field at the orphanage. I've got some great pix. I photographed all you guys doing something or another. (Some will never get published..after all, "What happens on Okinawa, stays on Okinawa". Loved my 3+ years with the squadron. Even my first day when I was sent to the line shack to get a bucket of Prop-wash and was told that I needed a chit from disbursements, who said I needed a signed requisition form from somebody who said I had to talk to the Chief and ask him what kind of bucket I should get to put it into. I got over it. Anybody know the where-a-bouts of Adm. Joseph A. Jaap? I was his newsreel cameraman for my last 9 mos. All the squadrons that came back from Nam between January '66 & Sept. '66 got their homecoming on TV News that night. The Admiral always watched the news with his stop-watch. He timed how much coverage each station gave us. He had a helicopter fly my film to Seattle where a motorcycle cop took it to the lab where they processed it, made copies, & rushed it to all 3 TV stations so they had it in time for the evening news. He really wanted everybody to see you guys when you came home! The Navy taught me how get things done, how to navigate, negotiate, barter, etc., & anytime it gets rough, to lean into the wind. I wish you all well..." [07AUG2007]

HAWKINS, YN3 Harry E. (Bud) hawkbud@aol.com "...I was a member of VP-114 in November of 1946 thru April 1948. I was a Yeoman 3/c, Serving under Mike Reed Our Squadron Commander. During that period I served at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. I have often wondered what became of Glen Kunberger (Philadelphia), Hobert Eggclstone, and many others of that period. If any from that period see this please send an E-mail..." [07AUG2001]

HAWKINS, Robert "Hawk" rhawk85642@aol.com "...I served with VS-32 (1962-1965) aboard the USS Lake Champlain (CV-39)..." [28NOV2010]

HAWKINS, Jim hawkvp9@yahoo.com "...Hi gang. Just checking in! I was in VP-9 from Oct 64-Aug 66. 2 WestPac cruises, trips to Midway, Hawaii, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and other spots. I'd like to hear from you guys, so keep contact..." [E-Mail Updated 13JUN2000 | E-Mail Updated 25SEP98 | 09AUG98]

HAWKINS, Ron rocketqjq@comcast.net "...Served under VP-6 the Blue Sharks from 1976 to 1980 in good ol Hawaii at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Just checking to see if there's anyone else out there that stumbled upon this website? Give me a shout..." [11FEB2005]

HAWKINS, BMCS(SW) Thomas M. Retired knights1959@comcast.net "...I arrived at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam in May or June 1967 and departed in December 1968. When I first arrived I was attached to security and lived at market time. We later relocated to some hooches at the Air Force Base until our barracks were built by RMK, BRJ. I spent most of my time during my tour attached two public works with CBU 302. I had about five years in the Navy when I arrived in Vietnam, and retired in November 1988..." [03NOV2003]

HAWKINS, William T. hawkshaw@bellsouth.net "...I served at NARTU NAS Anacostia, Washington, D.C. from 1953 to 1956. I would like to hear from former Shipmates (both enlisted and officer) that served with me..." [27DEC2006]

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HAWLEY, Dennis dhawley@myglnc.com "...I served with VAP-61 from 1967 to 1969 with detachments to Bangkok and three trips to FASU/NSA DaNang, Republic of Vietnam. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [18JUL2010]

HAWLEY, ADR2 D. Fred fhawley@jacksongov.org "...I served with VP-883 as a ADR2 ECM Operator from 1965 to 1971. I would like to hear from any of the NAS Olathe, Kansas group. Where is Larry Dean Miller (ADJ)? See my attempt at a web site on http://www.historic-buildings.org..." [04DEC2004]

HAWN, LCDR Herbert hrhawn@hotmail.com "...I completed flight training in 1959 and went to VP-22 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, in time to see Hawaii become a state. Deployed to NAS Iwakuni, Japan while flying P2V5Fs. Returned to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and served briefly with FAW-2. Served in the Reserve Navy with VP-67 flying what were then called P2H until leaving the VP Navy in 1978, just before the P-3 came to VP-67. Retired as an Army Helicopter pilot..." [05APR2010]

HAY, Chuck CHAY2@COX.NET "...I served with VP-19 Crew 9 Plane Commander from 1972-1975. Deployments included NAS Cubi Point, Philippines in 1972, NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan in 1973, and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines 1974-1975. Working with some other Shipmates to locate and maintain address list on other BIG RED members. Give me a comm check. Thanks..." [05JAN2003]

HAYDEL, DP2 Jeff jhayd@aol.com "...I served with ASWOC at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii assigned to CPRW-2 from 1983 to 1986 and FCTCL Dam Neck as an instructor for the ASWOC DP's. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [12DEC2009]

HAYDEN, David yardmarker4@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-42 from 1967-1969 (last of the seademons). Would like to hear from squadron crew and groundpounders..." [E-Mail Updated 04FEB2011 | 29DEC2005]

HAYES, Billy "Will" ouch1344@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-40 from 1980 to 1984, ASWOC NAS Bermuda from 1985 to 1988, USS Saratoga CV-60 (payback tour) from 1988 to 1990, VP-30 (Instructor tour) from 1990 to 1993, VP-49 from 1993 to 1994 (disestablishment), VP-45 from 1993 to 1996 VP-30 from 1996 to my retirement in 1999. The whole ball of wax as a SS-3, with a short but feeble attempt at the acoustic side, would love to hear from Shipmates I've had the pleasure to serve with along the way. I bounce between Jacksonville and South Carolina where I'm working with the railroad these days..." [10DEC2009]

HAYES, BILL N9FFA@JUNO.COM "...I WAS IN VP-40 IN 1968 AND 1969. I WAS A MEMBER OF CREW 8. THE RADIO OPERATOR. I HAVE LOCATED ARNIE THORMEYER BUT I AM LOOKING FOR ANYONE ELSE WHO WAS IN THE CREW. IT HAS BEEN ALMOST THIRTY YEARS BOY DOES TIME FLY..."

HAYES, Dan dhayes@exactlynet.com "...I was assigned to VP-661 for the reserve call-up from October 1961 to October 1962 and in the ready reserve until 1971..." [E-Mail Updated 24OCT2004 | 28FEB2002]

HAYES, AK1 Howard S Retired hayes@uii.com "...Would love to hear from former squadron members. I was assigned to the VP-92, NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts pre-commissioning team ADRC Frank Ferris ran in October 1970 until transfering to VR-54 Atlanta. This site brings back fond memories..." [11OCT2000]

HAYES, AE1 James B. (Gabby) USNR Retired jim-hayes@earthlink.net "...I was assigned to VP-44 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland the week after they recieved their first P-3 (1967). I also served in VP-68 and VP-92 over the next 22 years. Somewhere I have a crew picture that is not on this site, I will send it when I can find it. I would like to hear from some of the old gang..." [E-Mail Updated 11JUL2006 | 16MAR2005]

HAYES, AW2 Jay W. hayes36@verizon.net "...I served with VP-935 and VP-66 NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania (1964-1970) while with the Naval Reserves. I flew Aircrew and Jezz Operator..." [24MAR2013]

HAYES, Ken ADRC52@aol.com "...I was with ATU-700 starting in 53. Designation was changed to ATU-501 in 55. Left Corpus Christi in 56. Next to VW-3 56 - 59, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington 59-62, VW-11 63-65..." [31JAN99]

HAYES, AMH2 Michele michele.hayes@aol.com "...I served with VR-22 (1988-1991) at NS Rota, Spain..." [23SEP2012]

HAYES, CDR Peter S. K. "Pete" http://www.nafec.navy.mil/NAF_xo.htm "...Commander Peter S. K. "Pete" Hayes graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May 1982, where he was commissioned a Naval Officer. Upon completion of the Surface Warfare Officer School, Basic Course in New Port, Rhode Island, he was assigned to the USS AYLWIN (FF-1081) in October 1982. While aboard AYLWIN he completed a deployment to the Mediterranean Sea, during which the AYLWIN was awarded the Battle "E." Commander Hayes entered flight training in June 1985 and was designated a Naval Aviator in July 1986. Following initial training in the P-3C aircraft, Commander Hayes reported to VP-49 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in January 1987. While attached to VP-49, Commander Hayes served as the Training Officer and completed deployments to NAS Bermuda, NAS Sigonella, Sicily and a split NAS Bermuda - NAS Keflavik, Iceland. During his tour the squadron was awarded the Battle "E" twice and two Commander, SIXTH Fleet "Hookem" awards for Anti-Submarine Excellence. In October 1990 he transferred to VX-1 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where he served as the Operations Officer. Commander Hayes reported to the Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama in August 1992 and completed the initial advanced "Air Campaign Course." Following graduation in June 1993, he transferred to NAS Jacksonville, Florida for refresher training in the P-3C aircraft. In February 1994, he reported to VP-17 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Commander Hayes served as the Administrative Officer, deployed to NSF Diego Garcia and when the squadron disestablished in March 1995, transferred to VP-4. While in VP-4 he served as the Training Officer and Operations Officer, deployed to NAS Misawa, Japan and the squadron was awarded the Battle "E." Commander Hayes reported to the Plans and Policy Directorate for the Staff, Commander in Chief, United States Pacific Fleet in April 1996 where he was the Southeast Asia Political/Military Desk Officer. In August 1999 Commander Hayes reported to NAF El Centro, California as the Air Operations Officer. In June 2002 he assumed duties as the Executive Officer where he is currently assigned. Commander Hayes' personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (second award), the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Commendation, the Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendation, the Battle Efficiency "E" ribbon (fourth award), National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asia Service Media and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (sixth award)..." [19JUN2003]

HAYES, AD1 Richard E. Retired lrhsr@bellsouth.net "...I was stationed at VP-64 from 1980 to 1984. I was in W/C 110 and QA for my tour. I have some good memories from my time there and had lots of fun. I left VP and went to VA-304 where I was retired on a medical in 1988. We have P-3's fly by Patrick AFB all the time and some times they will do missed approaches at Melbourne Airport where I work. I always get that special feeling that you get from working and flying on a P-3..." [01JUL2005]

HAYES, William M. WM_Hayes@yahoo.com "...I was attached to VP-60 from 1989 to 1991 when I was transfered to AIMD 500 Div from 1991 to 1994 when NAS Glenview, Illinois started closing down. I was then transfered to Base Security working in the Pass & Tag Office until I was discharge in July 95 just before the base closed in September. It's sad to hear and see what has been done to the base..." [06APR2001]

HAYNES, Bill wahaynes@comcast.net "...I was in Naval Aviation from 1955 to 1959 and spent two years at NAS Bermuda flying as aircrew with VP-45 and VP-49. I was assigned to FASRON-111 which supported the two patrol squadrons and I flew with them, also. PBM, P5M, UF-1 aircraft. I have many photographs of aircraft, activities and the naval station I would be happy to share. Would also like to contact FASRON-111 folks who were stationed there at the time..." [13DEC2004]

HAYNES, Brian E. 42101720@cox.net "...I served with VP-4 from early 1956 to around August 1957. We deployed to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. I was tail gunner, camera man, and cook, on SC-7. I had a great time in VP-4..." [E-Mail Updated 01AUG2006 | 11MAY2003]

HAYNES, D. M. david.haynes@prodigy.net "...GOOD TO SEE THE NAMES OF SOME OF MY OLD Shipmates. VP-45 FROM 4-58 TO 4-60. SAW ALL OF THEM ONE TIME OR ANOTHER. WAS YN3 AND PROCESSED ALL INCOMING AND OUTGOING PERSONNEL. BUNCH OF GREAT GUYS. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM THEM..." [06MAY2001 | 23AUG98]

HAYNES, Dale "Doc" dearnh03@yahoo.com "...Just giving a shoutout to whomever wants to get a hold of me. I am presently stationed at CPRW-5 awaiting medical retirement from the Navy due to losing my right foot over the summer of 2006 due to a blood clot. I was stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine at VP-10 from 2004-2006 and at VR-1 at NAF Andrews, Maryland. I started my career in 1996 as a member of VP-5 Mad Foxes. I will be retired and living back in Mansfield, Ohio in July 2007. Give me a holler anytime and it would be good to hear from some old Shipmates. Peace Out!..." [BIO Updated 11MAY2007 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 17NOV2001 | 06DEC99]

HAYNES, AW2 Jason jasonlhaynes@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-10 from August 1992 to February 1997. I did three deployments, 1 as a SS-2 for CAC-5 and 2 more as SS-1 for CAC-10. I miss the "El Diplomats" way of life. I had a lot of fun during my stay with the Red Lancers and made several friends I won't soon forget. Back in business again with VP-92 and living in Jacksonville, FL..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 07APR2003 | E-Mail Updated 28DEC2000 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 27NOV2000 | 08MAR98]

HAYNES, Paul PHaynes9682@aol.com "...Enlisting in Missouri in November 1960, I survived boot camp with Company 632 (I still have the flag) under Chief Joe Moore at NS, San Diego. Followed by aviation electronics school at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, brief stay in NAS Norfolk, Virginia, and assigned to Utility Squadron 8 (VU-8), NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. There from approx. Aug. 1961 through Aug. 1964 in Personnal; separated in Brooklyn as PN2 Aug. 1964. Would enjoy contact by former swabbie Shipmates..." [07OCT2000]

HAYNES, Richard A. Jr. rick.haynes36@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 (11/1985-1989), VP-19 (1989-1991), VP-31 (1991-1993) and VP-46 (1993-04/1994). I currentley live in Cincinnati, Ohio..." [14DEC2011]

HAYNES, AD1(AW/NAC) Richard "JED" Retired rhaynes@rjsonline.net "...I did 2 tours in VQ-1 from 1977 through 1981 and 1982 through 1985. Any old friends e-mail me..." [26JUL99]

HAYNES, Dr. Solon Earl haynes@griffon.mwsc.edu "...From 1957-1959 I served in VW-11, part of the time at Pax River, but most of the time at N.S. Argentia. I worked in the leading chief and admin, offices, never missing a chance to go on a barrier flight or to Lajes or Goose Bay. In 1979 my wife and I flew our plane to Sydney, Nova Scotia and boarded the ferry to Argentia. The base at that time was occupied by Canadian and American forces engaged in underwater activities. We found the North Side, including the Miami Hangar, in disrepair. I have many pictures taken of the base in the fifties, as well as in 1979. I would be interested in hearing from former members of the "Argentia Foreign Legion"..." WebSite: http://www.mwsc.edu/~haynes [07JUN98]

HAYNES, AMS3 William "Bill" bajabil@aol.com "...I served with VU-5 (1961-1962) at NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan in Airframes. I flew aboard the P2, Beachcraft and Helos. Great times and alot of memories..." [04JUL2012]

HAYS, STERLING shays@tampabay.rr.com "...Am searching for members of CAC #14 VPB-111 who were stationed on Palawan, PI.PPC Robert Orr; James Maxwell; David Kidder; C.S. Richardson; Billy U. Jacobs...also served with VP-1..." [E-Mail Updated 19MAR2001 | 00XX97]

HAYWARD, AMCS Robert (Beaner) Retired haywardrj@navair.navy.mil "...I retired in 1999 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and I'm gonna stay put. Stationed with VP-1 78-81, NRL 81-84, VP-9 84-87, VP-31 87-91, VP-40 91-94, and Force Warfare 94-99. I even have some boat time VF-2 74-77. I had some great times in ONE and I would be interested in hearing from any and all..." [17NOV99]

HAZEL, AWC Joe W. Retired joewhazel@msn.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1967 to 1970. Flew mostly with crew 12. I was ordered to Long Beach for inpatient alcoholism treatment after spending awhile in the NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Brig. I went through another treatment in San Jose State Prison in 1970 and the Navy kept me on active duty. I entered another inpatient treatment at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in April 1970. I have been in recovery ever since (30 years on April 1st). I retired in 1981 with a Navy Commendation Medal for my work with alcohol and other drug prevention. I went on to college after retirement and continued working in the substance abuse field. I now have my own practice in Raleigh, NC. I want to thank Captain Kneisel (Commanding Officer VP-22) for seeing my plight and starting the wheel turning for a new life. I thank all VP-22 Shipmates for putting up with me and some for being very good friends. One such friend was Dave Marks, who shared the same problem I did. However, I learned he was deceased around 1980-1981..." [27MAR2008]

HAZELMNA, AT2 Floyd hazelman@mtco.com "...I served with VP-21 (The Ready Squadron) in NAS Brunswick, Maine. from 1961 to 1963. I was an AT2. While with VP-21 WE went to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada during the Cuban Crises, also had a month at NAS Keflavik, Iceland where one of our crews droped a practice depth bomb on a Russian Sub and caused an Internationsl Incident. We were on NATO deployment. Also went to NAS Sigonella, Sicily on deployment in 1963. While at NAS Brunswick, Maine, President Kennedy visited and I was assignded a crowd watcher. Was within several feet of the president I also remember when the F4H,s set climb records at NAS Brunswick, Maine. The planes just went a few feet then straight up out of sight. AWSOME.!!!!! Would like to hear from anyone in VP-21 during 1961-63..." [26FEB2002]

HAZELRIGG, AME1 Mark Retired mhazelrigg@stx.rr.com "...I served with VP-23 from 1976 to 1980, VP-10 from 1983 to 1985, VP-8 from 1990 to 1994, and VP-10 from 1994 to 1995. I retired July 1995..." [E-Mail Updated 16MAY2005 | E-Mail Updated 09MAY2004 | E-Mail Updated 09MAR2000 | 18JAN98]

HAZELTON, John jmhaze@aol.com "...I served in VP-6 during 1985-1990 as a Avionics Technician. I just wanted to say hi to my old friends..." [09NOV2000]

HAZLETT, AW2 Brian A. "Hazy" tubah1@gmail.com "...I served with VP-49 (09/1979-10/1982) with CAC-5 (SS1) with deployment to NAS Bermuda (UNITAS) in 1980 and NAS Sigonella, Sicily in 1981..." [13AUG2011]


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