VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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Memorial Picture "...DUNBAR, AT2 Jeff...Our VP-48 (1978-1981) Shipmates, Jeff Dunbar, passed away due to flu complications. He was interred in Cincinnati in April 2007. I was honored by his brother Michael choosing me to carry Jeff to his final resting place..." Contributed by WOODSON, Steve "Woody" woodysan@gmx.com [09FEB2013]

Memorial Picture "...DUNN, Patrick...11SEP2001 (NYC World Trade Center/Pentagon) loss: Patrick Dunn Home of Record: Fords, N.J., Commissioned: United States Naval Academy, May 22, 1985, Rank: Commander, Date of Rank: February 1, 2001, Designator: Surface Warfare Officer, and Age: 39. Duty Stations: USS Inchon (LPH 12) - 03/86 - 03/89, Navy Recruiting District, N.J. - 04/89 - 04/91, USS Montgomery (FF 1082) - 11/91 - 06/93, USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) - 08/93 - 03/95, Commander Carrier Group EIGHT - 03/95 - 04/97, Chief of Naval Operations - 05/97 - 06/99, USS La Salle (AGF 3) - 09/99 -01/01, and Chief of Naval Operations - 01/01. Awards and Decorations: Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (4)..." Contributed by John W. Hood, ATC, Retired JOHNWHOOD@prodigy.net [16SEP2001]

Memorial Picture "...DUESING, Larry A...Served in VP-21 from 63-66. I must tell everyone that Larry passed away 8/17/00. We married 2/25/67, and yes, I am a Freeport girl. Larry was a wonderful man and he really liked the VP Navy. He did become a Lockheed Tech Rep, but alas, his specialty was the Navy S-3 and S-3A aircraft. Larry was looking for friends from the squadron. Does anyone know the whereabouts of Terrance "Ted" Teal? Thanks for the help...Duesing, Mrs. Larry A. lumpeye@bellsouth.net..." [18JUN2001]

DUBAIL, Richard Papadee@javanet.com "...Served in VP-26 1959-61 @ NAS Brunswick, Maine, NS Rota, Spain and Det 13 NAS Keflavik, Iceland in Admin. Would like to hear from others..." [03NOV98]

DuBOSE, William "Bill" alphak9@att.net "...VT-27 from 2-1977 to 10-1980, plane captian, etc..." [27MAR2010]

DUBRAVSKY, ATC Edward J. Retired Dubraej@aol.com "...I served with VP-18 from October 1959 to June 1962 as an MN1 in Avionics whereas i made ATC in 1962. I would certainly like to hear from any of my Shipmates who remember me..." [16SEP2002]

DUBSKY, CTR1 Dennis J. Retired ddubsky@nova.edu "...I was assigned as a PNSN in July 1960 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland at the tender age of 20. After 10 months I was transferred to the USS CONSTELLATION (CVA-64) at Brooklyn Naval Shipyard, NY. I don't remember the CO, CDR Raymond sticks out in my mind. I have pictures of the WV planes and a decal and patch of Paul Revere with the lighting bolts. If any Shipmates can remember, please contact me by E mail. I am presently retired as a CTR1 USNR with 30 years of service. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS WEB SITE. If possible I would like to purchase any memorabillia if possible from any former Shipmates..." [27SEP2000]

DUCKER, AW3 Michael airduck84@hotmail.com "...I am an AW currently assigned to VP-26 in NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [01DEC2004]

DUCKETT, YN Bill billduckett@suddenlink.net "...I served with VPB-123 as a Yeoman. I have kept a roster of the members of VPB-123 with the current addresses of the members that we have been able to locate since the end of the war. I would be glad to share any information I have..." [19JAN2011]

DuCLAIR, E9 Bruce Retired bnpduclair@earthlink.net "...After getting off active duty as an AE2 I was assigned to VP-873 NARTU NAS Alameda, California. I was very proud to fly the P2V-7 lator the SP2. I Cross trained to the AW rate and finally passed the 1st Class test in 1970. I also saw the hand writting on the wall. The life of the Neptune was about to become very short and that I flew as a TACO/NAV (as we were short of officers). I then transfered to a reserve VA Squadron flying the A6A. The reserve VA Squdron's were short of Navigators. The regular navy had Enlisted Navigator/Bomberdeers, so I quit and joined the USAF Reserves at Travis AFB CA. This was the same reserve unit AOC Stan Alsing and AO1 Jim Franklin. Both were in VP-71G3 as I was. I became Loadmasters flying C141 Aircraft. In 1973 I transfred to a squadron that flew C5A. I was the first pure reserve to be qualified to fly as the primary loadmaster. I flew C5A's for 12 years then travsfred to the Civil Engeering Squadron. In 1992 retired from the reserves as a Chief MasterSgt (E9). 35 years of active and reserve time. I miss the reserves . If anyone out there from VP-873 or VP-71G3 is still around please e-mail me..." [E-Mail Updated 16OCT2002 | 16MAR99]

DUDEN, Chris ace@spiritone.com"...I was in VP-8 back in 1984 located in Brunswick, ME (COLD)...I worked on the T56 engines...the best all weather patrol platform in the world..." [Updated 04JAN98]

DUDLEY, John johnsemail@mindspring.com "...I served with VAP-61 from April 1967 to August 1969 in the Photo Line shop. Spent most of my time "on Det" and really enjoyed my time in VAP (except for the rocket attacks in Danang). Would like to hear from former Shipmates. Hope to see you in Branson, MO October 2005..." [02SEP2004]

DUDLEY, Randy randynkary@aol.com "...I was in VP-22 from 74 to 77 as an IFT. Would love to hear from the old gang. I am currently living in San Jose, Ca. and still recovering from my VP-22 years. Ha! Ha! Those were some great times and I wish you all the best..." [23DEC98]

DUDLEY, AM3 Robert D. RDu281@aol.com "...I was stationed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California in 1954-55 with VS-25. We went to Japan aboard the USS Point Cruze 119. We celebrated Christmas at the Officers Club in "Sasabo" (spelling) Japan. I was a AM3 in the hydraulic shop. Flew radar,and ecm on the S2F. We had a ball night flying along the beach in San Diego and long beach with our spotlight on. "nudest camp". I was 17 at the time and a high school drop out. The guys in the squadron took me under there arm and took care of me. I grew up in the Navy and very proud of it. Proud of the guys who took care of me. (I was from South Carolina.)..." [07JUN2001]

DUDLEY, Robert E. REDUDLEY@prodigy.net "...Served with VP-56 1967-70, VP-66 1970-72, VP-62 1972-76, and VP-94 1976-77..." [23JAN99]

DUDLEY, ATN3 Terry "BO" pigpend@webtv.net "...I flew as a radio operator in VP-19 from the NAS Adak, Alaska deployment in '65 until my separation 1967. I flew in crew 3, crew 4, crew 11, and crew8. Had lots of fun and lots of serious times. Would love to hear from any of my VP buddies. I am retired now and live in Phoenix, AZ. If you're close, give me a call. Warpath 4-Out for now..." [21NOV98]

DUE, William 7billd@sbcglobal.net "...I served with Crazy Cat's/1st Radio Research Company as Executive Officer and now retired living in San Antonio, TX..." [06JAN2009]

DUECK, AW2 J jdueck@concentric.net "..01/91 - 04/94 VP 69.."

DUECY, ADJ2 Pat pduecy@hot.rr.com "...I served with VP-50 from 1969-1971 deploying to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I would be interested in hearing from anyone who served with VP-50 during that time..." [05AUG2003]

DUEKER, CDR Scott http://www.nasjax.navy.mil/vp5/foxes.htm "...Commander Dueker graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. Following flight training, he was designated a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) in June 1987. Following P-3C Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) training, Commander Dueker reported to VP-49, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, in December 1987. During this tour he served as CMS Custodian, Nuclear Weapons Training Officer, Avionics/Armament Division Officer and Assistant Tactics Officer and deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NAS Bermuda and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. In April 1991, Commander Dueker reported to VP-30, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, where he served as a Fleet Replacement Squadron Instructor, TACCO and NFO Training Syllabus Coordinator, and Assistant Administrative Officer. In April 1994, Commander Dueker reported to USS AMERICA (CV 66), homeported in Norfolk, Virginia, where he served as the Communications Officer. During this tour he qualified as an Officer of the Deck (Underway) and Command Duty Officer (Underway) and completed a deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf. Following en route training, Commander Dueker reported to VP-9, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, in December 1996. During this tour he served as Assistant Administrative Officer, Training Officer and Operations Officer while completing two Indian Ocean/Arabian Gulf deployments. In April 1999, Commander Dueker reported to the Secretary of Defense Cable Divison, Washington DC. During this tour he served as the Deputy Chief for the Secretary of Defense's Communications and Watch Center. Commander Dueker assumed the duties of Executive Officer at VP-5 in May 2002. His personal awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (2 awards), Navy Achievement Medal and various other unit and service awards..." [02JUN2003]

DUERING, Rick rbduering@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 (1971 through 1978), VT-26 (1978 through 1980), VP-40 (1980 through 1982). VP-22 was by far the Best squadron with the Best group of guy's in my entire naval career. I would enjoy hearing from all you "ole" Blue Geese. Aloha and Mahalo..." [E-Mail Updated 13AUG2001 | 04JUN2000]

DUFORE, Maurice C. ltnavret@webtv.net "...Did a short tour with VP-57 in 1953 through 1954 and one deployment to Naha, Okinawa. I was Plane Captain on P2V-5 BUNO 128372 Commanded by LCDR Merle White, the Maintenance Officer of the squadron. Would love to hear from any of my Shipmates from the squadron and particularly from the crew of that aircraft..." [16NOV99]

DUFFELL, Brian Brian.Duffell@walgreens.com "...I was an AME3 at VP-60 from October 1991 to April 1994. I now reside in Oak Forest, Il. I am married with two wonderful boys and I would love to here from any of my old Shipmates..." [20JAN2000]

DUFFY, Glenn A. GlennD1030@aol.com "...I was attached to FASRON-102 NAS Norfolk, Virginia from November 1959 untill it was decomissioned in 1960. I would like to have contact with members..." [18JUL2000]

DUFFY, Greg chiefduffy@aol.com "...I served in VP-26 '86-'90, VP-30 '90-'94 as an IFT instructor, am now IFT with VP-47 CAC 7..." [23NOV2000]

DUFFY, OSC(SW/AW) John M. Retired john.m.duffy@cbp.dhs.gov "...I served with ASWOC of CPW-2 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as an OS2 and Link-11 Data Link Petty Officer from 1979-1981, and returned as an OSC(SW/AW) to the TSC of Commander Patrol Wings Pacific Fleet where I was the LCPO of the Opcon Team. I retired with 26 years Honorable service, having served on 6 warships as well as my two tours with VP and 3 years on the Staff of CINCPACFLT..." [09JAN2020]

DUFFY, ADJ3 Louis W. louied_61@yahoo.com "...I served with VQ-2 from 1971 to 1973. I still think about the fun I had on our deployment to NS Rota, Spain. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04DEC2009 | 25APR2001]

DUFFY, Patrick patrick_duffy@mtd.uscourts.gov "...I served as a sensor operator with VP-44 from November 1972 until my discharge in August 1974. CAC-6 and CAC-1, at NAS Brunswick, Maine (deployed to NAS Bermuda), skippered by P. D. Smith. Would love to hear from any of the old aircrew..." [E-Mail Updated 07NOV2006 | 27JUL99]

DUFFIE, CDR Ronald ronald.duffie@navy.mil "...I served with VP-23 from March 1993 to November 1994. I started off as the PP3P on CAC-9 along with P. J. "Fletch" Fletcher (PPC), Carl "Flea" Crabtree (PPTC), Steve "Cat" Martell (PP2P), Andy "Mongo" Smith (PPNC), AE1 Smith (FE) and AW1 McNeece (SS-3). Forgive me, I forgot the other names on Crew 9..." [E-Mail Updated 20SEP2009 | 10SEP98]

DUFFY, Wally (Fluff) Wduffy5548@aol.com "...ATN2 VP-50 1968 NS Sangley Point, Philippines/Cam Ranh Bay cruise, crew 12 (dirty dozen). Looking for anyone who has cruise book to get names of crew 12. VP-6 1966 NAS Adak, Alaska, check crew and AT night check (cold). I have cruise book if anyone needs names. Would love to hear from anyone from squadron..." [01JUL98]

DuFRESNE, AMS2 Jerry A. "JD" DR308@hotmail.com "...I served in the airframes shop in VP-49 from 81-84. The NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment of 82-83 was the best! Shaving the Marines dog, LT. Hines [all 6'5" of him] in that little tiny Fiat,[god what a sight!]. The trips to Massina and Naples and Suda Bay. The christmas party, and last but not least,MT. ETNA BLOWING OFF!!! to Pete Bracato, Glen Stapelton, Dave {tex} Wilkerson, Chip May {The World Famous Chipparuuw!} Ams-2 Shelly, Chief Young, all the guys in corrosion control, and Bruce {Tenessee} Dunn, and the skipper, Commander Dyvorak, And the rest of the officers and men I served with. A heart felt hello and the best to you all. I have heard from a few of my shipmates over the last 10 years, but I would like to here from more. Glen Stapleton e-mailed me a while back. Tried to e-mail back right away, but recieved no answer. Glen! try again buddy. Would love to hear from you. And others also. The more, the MO better! Thanks all. Hope you are all doing well..." [BIO Updated 24JUL2010 | 27APR2001]

DUGGAN, AT3 William scrunchy1@live.com "...I served with FASRON-117 (1952-1954) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas (1954-1955)..." [03NOV2010]

DUHAMEL, AE2 Tony towkneedee@gmail.com "...I served with VP-11 (1952-1955) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and NAS Brunswick, Maine with deployments to Malta, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [02OCT2013]

DUKE, Clarence Willis "...Trying to get information on Shipmates that were attached to VPB-100 or VPB-101 with my father, Clarence Willis Duke. My father served from April 1942 to April 1946. He was an aviation machinist mate. His plane was the "Willie 13". Pilot was a LCDR Southerland. One of his friends, who recently passed away, was a radioman named Dale Kuhns...Clarence Alan Duke cduke46956@aol.com" [23APR98]

DUKE, AD Richard rzimmerman8@comcast.net "...I was stationed on NAS Adak, Alaska in 1987 with patrol squadron VP-17 as a AD. I have lots of great memories of cold bitter nights and flights to NAS Midway Island & Wake Island just to name a couple. If anyone was part of this tour, I'd love to hear from you..." [24JUN2007]

DULING, LCDR Martin L. Retired mduling@home.com "...I served with VP-44 from 3\60 to 3\63. So in a 3 year tour we had the P5M, then the P2V-7, then after the NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment, the move to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and the P-3A. I was the Avionics Officer and have many fond memories of those days. I retired in July 1973..." [E-Mail Updated 28AUG2000 | E-Mail Updated 28MAY99 | 07FEB99]

DULLE, AMS3 Michael J. mjdulle@kc.rr.com "...I served with VP-881 (1961-1963). The squadron was deployed to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. We joined up with VP-661 to perform our main mission of reconnaissance. This deployment was blast and I enjoyed every minute of my tour of duty. I belonged to the best crew in the squadron, Snoopy Dog 3. I was the MAD operator on the crew and was AMS3. I will never forget the members of Snoopy Dog 3..." [12NOV2010]

DuLONG, Robert Joseph tamatha@nycap.rr.com "...I served aboard the USS Albemarle (AV-5) during the testing of the Atomic Bomb and on the USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69) in Europe and two years out at sea. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [20AUG2011]

DUMAS, Edward L. EDumas1568@aol.com "...First VP tour as an ENS was in VP-5 from 1971 until 1974. Returned to the VP community in VP-30 from 1979 until 1982. Last VP tour was in VP-45 from 1982 until 1984. Retired 1992..."

DUMESNIL, AWC Bob Retired dumes27@charter.net "...I started by "dub" career with VP-26 (1974), VP-92, VP-64, COMRESPATWINGLANT and finally retired out of VP-68 (1995). Miss all the good times had by all but have a lot of great memories. Any buds out there - drop me a line!..." [E-Mmail Updated 04DEC2005 | 31DEC97]

DUMIGAN, L. dumigan@rochester.rr.com "...I served with VP-19 from 1984-1988 and VP-93 from 1990-1996..." [E-Mail Updated 10MAR2003 | 20MAY99]

DUMONT, Chief Dewey (line chief) wd75@prodigy.net "...I served in VP-40 from 1948-1950 and with VP-44 from 60-63. Would like to hear from old Shipmates...Val Brynteson notified me recently that I was a honary member of VP-44 LM 4..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 25JUL2000 | 12JAN99]

DUMONT, MMCM(SS/AW) Roger Retired rdumont@bath.tmac.com "...Served 34 years in our great Navy. I served on surface ships (11 yrs) submarines (20 yrs) and completed my last 3years as the Command Master Chief for VP-26 in NAS Brunswick, Maine on 01 Oct. 2000..." [02JAN2001]

DUNAVAN, Robert E. redun@juno.com "...I was in squadron VPB-208 from December 25, 1943 until August 26, 1945. I have written several articles about my Navy experiences of which I will be glad to share. Some of my articles have been published in newsletters..." [11AUG2001]

DUNAVANT, Ray c/o his son CrysDH@aol.com "...enjoy hearing from anyone who might have served with him in the following squadrons: VP-5 ('58-'61), VP-67 ('70-'74), VP-92 ('74-'76), and VP-90 ('81-''82)..."

DUNBAR, ATR2 Alan dunb4990@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-17 from July of 1965 to March of 1968 and would like to get in touch with some of the guys that I served with. I reported as an ATRAN and departed as an ATR2..." [E-Mail Updated 20JAN2009 | 23JUL2006]

DUNBAR, AT2 Jeff jdunbar1@cinci.rr.com "...I served with VP-48 from 1978 to 1981. Got out as an AT2 while on deployment to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. I had some great times while in VP-48. I would love to visit some of those tropical paradises as a civilian! Drop me a line if you remember who I am (I know it's hard to remember back that far - we burned out a lot of brain cells in those days!)..." [E-Mail Updated 01JUL2007]

DUNCAN, Dave ddandtj@yahoo.com "...I served with VC-7 at NAS Miramar, California from 1976 to 1979, VP-30 (FE School), VP-17 from 1980 to 1984, Pacific Missile Test Center (PMTC) at NAS Point Mugu, California from 1984 to 1987, VP-4 from 1987 to 1990, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWC/WPNS) at NAS Point Mugu, California from 1990 to 1993 and VP-45 from 1993 to 1995. I had a great time time in all of these commands. I miss my times as a FE and wish that I was still flying in the Mighty Orion. I am currently living in Abilen, Texas and every once in a while a P-3 will be in the pattern here and would love to know were they are from. I retired in 1995 and started working at American Eagle Airlines and have been here ever since. I would love to hear from anyone that were in these commands at the same time..." [27DEC2009]

DUNCAN, CMC David cmcduncand@yahoo.com "...I was stationed at Public Works Center NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from 1984-1986. First duty station, great place Great frends..." [22MAR2003]

DUNCAN, AW Deral derale@hotmail.com "...Was AW in VP-16 '78-81. Just found this web site and was glad to see that the sub hunters were being represented well. Keep up the good work. Tail winds to you all!..." [12APR2007]

DUNCAN, Garry ep42@epmac.nola.navy.mil "...Served with the world famous Skinny Dragons (VP-4) from DEC 79 to DEC 84 as PN1 (worked for, then relieved Steve Facsko). Did the NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan deployments with some interesting side trips to NAS Adak, Alaska and NSF Diego Garcia. The names on the listing brought back some great memories and would love to hear from old Shipmates. Currently at EPMAC as Submarine Placement Dept Head (figure that one out). It would surprise most who knew me to find out I'm an LDO! Scary, huh! To this day the best duty I ever had was with VP-4, bar none..." [03JAN99]

DUNCAN, Glen K. "Kenny" kenduncan3@mchsi.com "...I served with FASRON-120 (1952-1954) at NAS Atsugi, Japan. I worked in the Engine Buildup and Prop Shop..." [18OCT2012]

DUNCAN, John johnd@southeast.net "...I was in VP-16 from 81 through 84, AEC, Flight Engineer. Made deployments to NAS Bermuda, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, NS Rota, Spain and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. In VP-5 from 87 through 91. Deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NAS Bermuda and UNITAS XXX. Did two tours at NAMTGD 1011, NAS Jacksonville, Florida as a P-3 Maintenance and Flight Engineer Instructor. Retired in 1991. Sometimes I even miss the smell of JP5..." [19DEC97]

DUNCAN, Norman C. normcd@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-22 (1972-1974). Eventually settled back in home town Dubois. I am now living and working in Riverton, Wyoming. Currently finishing building our house and enjoying 2 grandsons..." [30JAN2012]

DUNCAN-DAIGLE, Karen fithippie@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1990-1994 as a groundpounder AT (My last name was Duncan back then). Then I "converted" to aircrew as an EWOP and flew with VQ-2 in NS Rota, Spain from 1994-1997. I'm planning a VP-17 WC 210 Reunion for people that were in the shop from about 1990-1995. If you need more info. e-mail me. I have graduated from LSU with a B.S. in Dietetics and am now pursuing a M.S. in Sports Nutrition at FSU. I would love to hear from any old Shipmates..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 30MAR2002 | 07APR99]

DUNEGAN, AE3 Joe joe.dunegan@att.net "...Attended "A" School, VS-37 (05/1956-11/1957) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with a deployment aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CV-47), ATU-206 (11/1957-06/1957) at NAS Pensacola, Florida as Lead Petty Officer in the Electrcal Shop, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida (07/1957-01/1959) as Senior Maintenance Petty Officer at North Field..." [E-Mail Updated 03SEP2011 | 19NOV2004]

DUNGAN, AOF2 John JOHNDUNGAN3@aol.com "...I joined VP-741 in May of 1948 as a seaman recruit. Was called to active duty in March 1951 with VP-741. VP-741 became VP-16 on Feb. 4, 1953. I was mustered out with a complete discharge as AOF-2 on Feb. 27, 1953..." [26JAN2002]

DUNHAM, ABCS Jesse R. Retired zoomzoom02@swfla.rr.com "...I served with many squadrons over the years including VP-93 for 10 years (plank owner). Retired from the Naval Reserve in 1990 NAF Detroit, Michigan. I will always remember the good times and there were many. I would love to hear from any former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 19OCT2003 | 28JAN98]

DUNHAM, Theodore B. cdandy@kansas.net "...I am looking for Shipmates from the time October 1948 through October 1951 that were attached to VP-22. I was attached VP-22 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [14MAY2000]

DUNLAP, ADE3 Edward Saunders shirlandeddie@aol.com "...I served with VP-661 from September 1950 to August 1953 and flew with Crew-7. After my service, I returned to school and graduated from the University of Maryland in 1958 and just retired from Sales after 42 years. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09FEB2010]

DUNLAP, Harry A. Jr. HDunlapjr@aol.com"...I served in VP-21 from '56 to '58 and from '60 to '63. First tour as ADC. Second tour as LDO..."

DUNLAP, AT2 Steve sr.dunlap@yahoo.com "...I served aboard NAAS Fallon, Nevada, AMD NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-19 with a deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and VP-91 with deployments to NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, NAF Misawa, Japan and various intermediate points. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 10MAR2012 | 05OCT2009]

DUNLAP, John jdunlap@amdiss1.dm.af.mil "...My best tour in the Navy was in VP-11 Oct 79 thru Dec 85. This was a once in a Navy carreer experience. Just a group of over-achiever's willing to make the squadron and the Navy look good. VP-30 FRAMP, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, VP-44 Feb 73-Dec 76, AIMD NAS Brunswick, Maine Power Plants Dec 76-Oct 79. Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5) Dec 85-May 89, VP-26 May 89-Feb 93, NADEP NAS Jacksonville, Florida Feb 93-Sep 96. Every one of these tours was great fun and hard work. My first flight as ai 2nd mech under training was with VP-11 in Buno: 153415, Sep 1980. My last flight in May 1996 was a delivery of an aircraft purchased by the Greek Navy. I took it from storage at Tucson to Waco, TX for overhaul. The BUNO was 153415. Here's to great friends and as many landings as takeoffs. Look forward to hearing from you..." [10FEB98]

DUNLAP, Rod ladyefayre@copper.net "...I served with FASRON-200 (Special) from July 1957 to July 1959. Continued serving for another 30 years. Looking for any Shipmates, partiticularly Ronnie Chestnut (from Indiana), he was best man at our wedding..." [14SEP2004]

DUNLAVEY, John James c/o His Daughter Rhonda Husske rhonda_something@email.com "...My father (now deceased) was John James Dunlavey, CPO (ATC). As his eldest child I know that he felt both proud and privileged to have flown with the crew of VO-67 Crew 5. May God Bless all those brave men who so proudly fought for their country..." [25AUG2000]

DUNN, LCDR Curtis (Caveman) vp.caveman@verizon.net "...I was an NFO with VP-46 from 1993 to April 1996 ( NAS Misawa, Japan and NSF Diego Garcia Deployments), 3 years as a Command Duty Officer at JIATF East directing Counter-Narcotics in the Caribbean, USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), and currently the Training Officer VP-10. For those who served with me during that time, drop me a line anytime!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 30MAR2004 | 06MAY99]

DUNN, AT3 Joseph mp750@aol.com "...I served with VP-22 (1956-1957) with a deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I flew with Crew-6..." [06NOV2010]

DUNN, Kevin kmdunnster@excite.com "...I was an AW/SS-3 in VP-17 from 1989-94 and had a great time! My first deployment was to NAS Adak, Alaska in the winter of 89-90.(oh boy) Then I did two more deployments to Diego Garcia/Oman, and NAS Misawa, Japan. The Whole time I was one of the only AWs to stay on the same crew, the infamous CAC 3. After VP-17, I went to be an instructor at NAVAIRESASWTRACEN (that's a mouthfull) in NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I worked with the Reserves and got to see some of my old buds that went from active duty to reserves. I got out in 97 and after a year at Delta Airlines (working in "operations"), which I quickly found out was the ramp. I got hired on to do all the internet marketing/web site development for a Chevrolet Dealership. Any former "White Lightnings" out there that I had the pleasure of serving with, me a ring!..." [E-Mail Updated 19OCT99 | 09SEP99]

DUNN, Tim TAD59@webtv.net "...Served with VP-4 from 1977 through 1981..." [10AUG99]

DUNN, Tom tdjl@iwvisp.com "...I was a plane capt. on the P5M-1 and 2S with VP-40 at NS Sangley Point, Philippines from 1961-early 63. Pig boats were good machinery. The venerable old Wright 3350 turbo compound keep us struggling along at 140 kts. Would love to talk to fellow crewman. Praise to those who gave all..." [28MAR99]

DUNNING, Chuck Evechuckd@juno.com "...I served with VR-24 NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco from 1951-1953. I worked in the Navigation Office over the OD's Office. Did some DJ work at the station radio. Love to hear from old Shipmates..." [07APR2003]

DUNTON, AD Diamy Diamy.Dunton@Kellstrom.Com "...Served with VQ-3 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and Tinker AFB, Oklahoma from 1989 to 1994..." [03SEP2002]

DUNTON, YN3 Joseph Ira joeatthebeach1@verizon.net "...I was with VP-49 from 1957/58. At that time I was YN3. Would like to get in contact with either enlisted or offiers who were in the squadron at that time..." [27MAR2007]

DUPREY, PR3 John S sarged1sg@yahoo.com "...I was with VP-47 from November 1962 to December 1965. I was in the Parachute loft with L A Harmon AME3, J.M. Doolittle, M.D. Wolfe and M.D. Smith, when we made the WESTPAC Cruise in 64-65. I have been in the Army Reserve for 23 years and am a 1st Sgt in a training company, our mission is to deploy to Ft Sill Okla and train initial entry troops. We just got this toy for Xams and I am having alot of fun with it. Hope some of you Shipmates out there will drop me a E-Mail. What was the name of the Seaplane Tender we had at Da Nang? Does anyone know if the Squardron or the ship got the Navy Combat Action Ribion? Look forward to hearing from you..." [23JAN2000]

DUPUIS, Jessie jessie.dupuis@grantprideco.com "...Served in VP-50 from 1965 to 1968 from San Diego to PI to Viet Nam. Went from P5M to transition to P-3 (the Navy was never the same after that). Wish to hear from old friends..." [25APR2000]

DURAND, AO Mike Lbolts14@pacbell.net "...I served with VP-91 from June 1979 to January 1985. I was an AO and on CREW 4..." [26MAR2001]

DURANT, Dolive T. BamaDee44@worldnet.att.net "...I was aircrewman on EC-121-P's (VW-13) from 1963-1966, we worked with some of the VP squadrons in NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I remember VP-21 in NAS Keflavik, Iceland in '63 and later VP-56 deployed up there. I seem to remember VP-24 having a detachment there at some point, anybody know for sure? I am the nephew of Lt. Dolive Durant, lost in the North Atlantic, on a B-24..." [27FEB2002]

DURANT, AECAW Paul R. Retired mjfrog855@cox.net "...I served with VP-56 from 1973 to 1976 and 1979 to 1982. I was in the AE shop and had many memorable moments with my friends and Shipmates. I'm sorry to learn so many have passed I still work in aviation at NAS Pensacola, Florida for L-3 Communications our former Shipmate Mr. Boyington is head of the company. I look forward to hearing from anyone who remembers me..." [30JAN2008]

DURANTE, George E. Edurante@aol.com "...Looking for crew members of Mr. Olson's (Ltjg) crew VPB-28. We served mostly in Phillipines and South China Seas during 1944 and 1945..." [18OCT98]

DURBIN, CWO Frank III Retired Fatface@webtv.net "...Served with VP-28, VP-871, VP-91, and VPML-57..." [Updated 28DEC97]

DURBIN, CDR Gerald Retired gtdurbin@gmail.com "...I served with VP-65 until retirement in 1979. Trying to find location of Capt Dick Martin and Charles "Chuck" Styron. Anyone knowing of there location, please contact me. Currently heading a Foundation to restore Naval aircraft. Restored 141311 WV-2 at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum in Rantoul, Illinois and currently working on a WV-2 and P2V7 at Museum of Naval Aviation, Warner Robins, GA. Anyone interested in helping with the restoration projects, please contact me for information..." [24DEC2009]

DURBIN, AX Stan stand@cox.net "...I had 10 great years in ASWOC. I served with ASWOC NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 1978-1980, ASWOC NAS Agana, Guam from 1980-1983 (with a 3+ month stint in NSF Diego Garcia installing and maintaining their first FTAS system in the hangar), and back to ASWOC NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 1984-1987. Then I had to get a real job. I was an AX, worked with a lot of great people. Sadly, most I've lost touch with. It would be nice to hear from anyone who knew me..." [14APR2003]

DURDEN, AWC Charles R. Retired btdurden@centurylink.net "...I served with FAW-6, TAD to FASRON-120 (1957), VQ-1 (1958) FAETUPAC (1959) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, VAW-13 (1961), VP-6 (1963) with a deployment to Okinawa, Japan and Detachment to FASU/NSA DaNang, Republic of Vietnam, FAETUPAC NAS Moffett Field, California (1965), USS BENNINGTON (1968), VP-48 (1969) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines / NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, NAS Cubi Point, Philippines / U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand, Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational (FASO) at NAS Moffett Field, California (1971) and retired in 1975. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 03MAR2012 | 17JUL2001]

DURHAM, Daniel R. dandurham@webtv.net "...I served with VR-1 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 1951 to 1954 as a Metalsmith. Would like to hear from Shipmates. Also would like any information regarding buddy Jim (Buck) Buchanan who was in VR-1 at that same time and was a career sailor..." [18MAR2004]

DURHAM, Jimmy D. falcon22@flash.net "...I served in VP-4 72-75 as an In-Flight Technician. Was a member of crew 8 transfered to NAMTD NAS Alameda, California but finished tour at NAS Moffett Field, California. I retired in 1983 following tours at NAS Misawa, Japan and VP-16..." [16JAN99]

DURHAM, Leon rockodurham@comcast.net "...I served with VP-10 (1973-1977) with deployments to NS Rota, Spain and NAS Bermuda. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [01NOV2014]

DURHAM, AVCM Roy Retired gsd1941@mediaone.net "...VP-93 plank owner 1976-1977. VP-62 1972-1976. P2 Neptune aircrew NAS New Orleans, Louisiana and NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania..." [18JUL98]

DURKIN, CPO William T. bill@durkinsrealty.com "...Duty stations include FASRON-895 1951 NAS Sand Point, WA from there I transferred to mobile FASRON-113 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. My next duty station was VP-17 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Following a deployment from Japan I returned to the states and was discharged in 1955. I reentered the navy through the TAR program in 1956. I served at Staff Line until 1960. I reupped regular Navy and picked up VP-23 in NAS Brunswick, Maine. I transferred to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1964 to Test Pilot school were I had a chance to become a F/E in the P-3's. I went to school at VP-30 and after graduating went to WST at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I then cancelled out my shore duty to transfer to VP-8, best move I ever made. I was assigned to Crew 12 and met some of the best men I ever flew with. I stayed with Crew 12 until the squadron was transferred to NAS Brunswick, Maine. I was assigned to VP-30 where I stayed until I retired in September 1973. I would like to hear from any of my Shipmates! Aircraft I flew with was PB4Y2's, PBY's, P2V's thru P2V7, R5D's, R4D8's, and the P-3's..." [25JAN2000]

DURSO, PO3 Joseph P. joedurso@msn.com "...I served with VP-18 from 1965 to 1967. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09MAR2008]

DURST, Terry tdurst@ruralnetwork.net "...Served in VP-40 from Feb 64 to Feb 67 as a crew member of Crew 8..." [31AUG2000]

DUSIK, LT(jg) Florian K. fdusik@gmail.com "...I served with Mobile FASRON-121 (1953-07/1956) with deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Bermuda. Shortly before my departure a change of command took place when CDR John C. Bangert was relieved by CDR Berndt Johnson. I retired from the Naval Reserves after 23 years..." [01SEP2014]

DUSTRUD, Paul pdustrud@pond.net "...Was one of the first Utility Aircrew (observers) in VP-30 back in 1973-76 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and NAS Jacksonville, Florida. ADJ. Miss the old birds..." [21DEC98]

DUVALL, Frank duvall@utm.net "...I served with VQ-2 from 1984 to 1988. I arrange financing for individuals who have credit problems and are trying to buy a car or truck. I give special attention to military individuals either present or former. Being a veteran myself and having served in a P-3 outfit would like to help people who need my services. Stop by my website at http://www.financeautonow.com/..." [19MAR2000]

DUX, ATCS(AW) David A. Retired gusmcgil1@juno.com "...I sServed with VAQ-33 AT shop and Q/A June 1991 until Disestablishment, VP-16 from February 1994 February 1997 Maintenance Control and VP-30 Maintenance Control from February 1997 until August 2000 retirement. The VP Navy is the way to go. I served with a lot of great people..." [E-Mail Updated 09APR2004 | 28AUG2000]

DUXBURY, CAPTAIN Richard B. c/o His Son CAPT Bill Duxbury dux@sprynet.com "...Served with VP-56, VP-44, VP-68, and VP-93, flying P5M, P2V, and P-3..." [15MAY2000]

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