LOGOs: VP-69 Logo Insignia approved: 8 July 1971 "...VP (Patrol Squadron) Insignia that have been officially approved by OPNAVINST. 5030.4E..." http://www.history.navy.mil/insignia/vp/vp-i2.html [17NOV2000]
"...The squadron patch was designed by YN2 John Rundorff and PR1 Bruce Froman. The background signifies a modified 69, an ancient symbol of opposing forces. The dark represents night and the light blue represents day. The circle represents the "around the clock" readiness and surveillance. In the foreground, at the left, is the constellation Orion, symbolic of the name of the P-3 aircraft. The white track on the right represents the trail and contact of the P-3 with the submarine located at the bottom under the water. The three star group in front of the track signifies Plane 3, or P-3. Sincerely - JO1(SW) Todd Hack email@example.com - NAVAIRES Whidbey Island - Public Affairs Officer..." Forwarded by Robert COATES firstname.lastname@example.org [19APR2003]
LOGOs: VP-69 Patch Contributed by Jay Broze email@example.com
LOGOs: VP-69 Patch Contributed by AZ1 Jeffrey A. Smat firstname.lastname@example.org WebSite: http://www.smatman.com [URL and E-Mail Updated 31MAR2001 | E-Mail Updated 27OCT98 | 18JAN98] [ICQ# 1972924]
LOGOs: VP-69 Patch [24JUN99]
"VP-69 Summary Page"