LOGOs: VP-6 Patch
"...Naval Aviation News - September 1956..." WebSite: http://www.history.navy.mil/nan/backissues/1950s/1955/sep56.pdf [09AUG2004]
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch
...VP Logo Contributed via "Title: Lockheed P2V Neptune An Illustrated History by Wayne Mutza firstname.lastname@example.org...A Schiffer Military History Book...ISBN: 0-7643-0151-9...286 pages full of pictures and history!
LOGOs: Contributed by James Rowray email@example.com
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch Contributed by Jay Broze firstname.lastname@example.org
"...I am proud to say I was the one who designed and had accepted, the logo for VP-6 after they got the P-2V2's in January of 1948. That is the one with the Popeye on it..." Contributed by Doug Garber email@example.com [22JAN98]
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch "...mid 1950's to early 1960's..." Contributed by Don Kuehler, CDR, USN (Ret) DKuehler@aol.com [02FEB98]
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch Contributed by William T. Larkins firstname.lastname@example.org [10SEP98]
U.S. Navy Aircraft 1921-1941, U.S. Marine Corps Aircraft 1914-1959: Two Classics in One Volume [Appendix D Squadron Insignia] by William T. Larkins "...Patrol Squadron Six selected a representation of Pegasus as their insignia. Pegasus, a winged horse, was begotten by Poseidon from the gorgon Medusa. Later, by the aid of Athena, he was caught at the spring of Pirene in Corinth by Bellerophon who used him in his conflict with the Chimera and in later wars. A combination of its aerial ability and effectiveness in time of war was considered indicative of VP-6. Colors: Red outer circle; white horse superimposed on blue field; gold wings. VP-6F to VP-23 to VP-11..." [10SEP98]
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch "...VP-6 patch is a patch the squadron had made in the Phillipines..." Contributed by Paul Miranda email@example.com [09NOV99]
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch Contributed by Paul Miranda firstname.lastname@example.org [09NOV99]
LOGOs: VP-6 Patch "...VP-6 Logo Circa June 1953..." Contributed by Larry Spangenberg Sr LDSpankySr@aol.com [14MAY2000]
"VP-6 Summary Page"