VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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Memorial Picture "...LIGHTBODY, ATCS Robert "Bob"...ATCS Bob Lightbody (Retired) passed away on 03-28-14 in Olympia, WA. He will be buried with military honors at Tahoma National Cemetary, Kent, WA. Bob served 24 years in the Navy serving with VP-17, VP-28, VP-47 and VP-50..." Contributed by SELF, AT Bob robertgself@comcast.net [03APR2014]

Memorial Picture "...LIGHTCAP, Milton E. Shipmate Pix...My father, Milton E. LIGHTCAP, passed away on March 16, 2004. Dad flew crew (Radio) with VP-931. Dad married my mom and had 5 kids and 8 grand children, two of which are currently in the Air Force. He worked for ATT his whole life and retired from them after some 40+ years of service..." Contributed by Scott Lightcap firstoffscott@comcast.net [21OCT2012]

Memorial Picture "...LIMBACHER, David L...David L. Limbacher, age 80, of St. George, passed away Wednesday, May 6, 2009, from complications of bone marrow cancer. He was born on January 8, 1929, in Ferndale, Michigan. He served in the US Coast Guard and US Navy during the Korean Conflict. Dave was attached to United States Navy Patrol Squadron VP-731 and flew on a Martin PBM Mariner Seaplane as the radio operator. He attended squadron Reunions and enjoyed visiting with his service buddies. After his Navy service, Dave attended San Diego State University and graduated in 1956, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics. He is a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity..." WebSite: TheSpectrum http://www.thespectrum.com/ [14MAY2009]

Memorial Picture "...LINDLEY, AX1 Ken...Passed away last year..." Contributed by BAIRD, AEC Roy H. Retired r.roybaird1@earthlink.net [07MAY2002]

Memorial Picture "...LINDSLEY, Ralph Eugene...(April 23, 1935 to December 23, 2002) transferred his membership from our United Methodist Church to the Church Eternal. Memorial service was held December 26, 2002. Ashes are to be scattered at sea by Naval personnel, so wrote his wonderful wife of 37 years. I was stationed with Ralph in VP-5 in the late 50's, but never knew him by any name except Red. I reunited with him on the internet, thanks to http://www.vpnavy.com. My memories of Red were nothing short of great. He was a good man. As one example, Red was Plane Captain and selected a guy named Jiles as his second mech. Jiles went on to become Plane Captain and took over his own crew, but Red opened the gate. Jiles, you see, was an African American. God bless you Red; Gods speed...M. P. Walsh Papa2vctr@aol.com..." [21FEB2003]

Memorial Picture "...LINGHAM, PO1 Frederick...Frederick Charles Lingham, 60, of Bremerton died Feb. 14, 1999, at Harrison Hospital. He was born Aug. 3, 1938, in Lockport, N.Y., to Charles F. and Mary (Merritt) Lingham. He was raised and educated in Lockport and graduated from Lockport High School in 1956. Mr. Lingham entered the Navy in 1957, and retired as a petty officer first class in 1978. During his service he was stationed at the Naval Photographic Center, Washington, D.C.; VP-18, NAS Jacksonville, Florida; USS Yellowstone; Combat Camera Group Atlantic; Pacific Fleet headquarters, Hawaii; Naval Submarine Training Center Pacific, Pearl Harbor; and USS Coral Sea. He later worked as a police officer at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, for Kitsap Mall security and as a bartender at the White Pig Tavern. On July 2, 1978, he married Margaret Doering in Las Vegas. He is survived by his wife; a son, Thomas C. Lingham of Bremerton; a daughter, Kimberly D. Lingham of Peoria, Ill.; a sister, Ann Frances Baker of Medina, N.Y.; and two grandchildren, Brandon and Craig Lingham of Peoria. A funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Lewis Funeral Chapel. Interment will be at Forest Lawn Cemetery. http://www.thesunlink.com/local/obits/feb99.html..." [24DEC2003]

Memorial Picture "...LINHARD, ADCS John A. Jr...John A. Linhard Jr., 50, of Windmere Road died Monday, Feb. 11, 2008, following a long and courageous battle with cancer, with his companion by his side. He was born in Baltimore, Md., on May 12, 1957, the son of John A. Sr. and Clarissa L. Jones Linhard. He attended local schools there. Following graduation from high school, he enlisted and served in the Navy. His career spanned 26 years until his retirement in July 2003 as a senior chief petty officer. His Navy career afforded him the opportunity to travel and live all over the world. His passion, however, was to always to return to the Brunswick Naval Air Station and the beautiful state of Maine. He was an avid hunter and sportsman who enjoyed swimming, running and biking. He participated in the Trek Across Maine and was active in the protection and preservation of the Maine environment and landscape. He was a skilled woodworker who built his own home and was very active and supportive in his children's school activities and sporting events. He served with VP-11..." WebSite: CenterSeat (CENTERSEAT FORUM - Main Category - IN MEMORY) http://www.centerseat.net/ [08AUG2008]

Memorial Picture "...LINN, Clayton C...My Grandfather, Clayton C. Linn, passed last year. He served with FAW-7 at NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England as chief officer of supply. To my knowledge he was one of two remaining FAW-7 Shipmates alive. I was told many stories about his time there but never enough. I would love to hear from any of my Grandfather's former Shipmates..." Contributed by Richard N. Linn rlinn21@gmail.com [24AUG2011]

Memorial Picture "...L'ITALIEN, AT3 Raymond...Sad to report that AT3 Raymond L'Italien passed away May 8, 2010. Raymond served with VP-10 (1951-1953). He will be missed..." Contributed by WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. helgasgardener@gmail.com [21OCT2010]

Memorial Picture "...LITTLE, AOCM Lee Daniel...VP-4 1947-1951 Lee Daniel Little, 92 passed away on Monday, March 9, 2009 in Jacksonville, FL. Mr. Little was a 40 year resident of Jacksonville and retired from the U.S. Navy in 1970 as a Master Chief after 30 years service. During World War II he served in the Pacific and was a crewmember on PBY's and B-24's and was awarded 3 distinguished flying crosses and 2 presidential unit citations for his service. He is survived by his loving wife of 63 years, Della Little and several nieces and nephews. Graveside funeral services with full military honors will be held on Friday, March 13, 2009, 1:00 PM at Jacksonville Memory Gardens, 111 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, FL..." Contributed by Larry Hames (VP-4 Veterans Assn Database Manager) database@vp4association.com [18MAY2011]

LIBBY, AMH2 Glenn glib17@live.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1981-1984 in the famous Airframes Shop. We deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland twice, UNITAS, and NAS Bermuda. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [28AUG2009]

LIBBEY, Lester Blaine Jr. http://www.usna.com/history/classof1940/L.htm "...Blaine divides his personal history into four major headings: the Navy, the Church, the family, and the art of lettering. Each has its own time, its own emphasis, its own rewards, its own demands, its own friends. The Navy had priority from 1935 to 1960, and then it was replaced by the Church for about 22 years, until 1982. Now, the family has more than it has ever had before. The art of lettering has been there always, but never in first place. The Navy years began on board RANGER in 1940, then to flight training in 1942 and duty as a flight instructor before becoming X.O. of VPB-130 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. The war was over before Blaine got to the Pacific, to command MAJURO ATOLL. In 1947, Blaine and family were at PG school. He married Mary Thompson in 1942; Anne Elizabeth was born in 1943, Mary Durgin in 1945, and the twins, Barbara Jane and Bonny Jean, in 1948. After getting his Master of Science at Stevens Institute of Technology, Blaine had squadron duty on both coasts and at NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, and on board FORRESTAL, CORAL SEA, F.D. ROOSEVELT, LAKE CHAMPLAIN, RANDOLPH, and MIDWAY. His last duty was at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, where he decided to retire in 1960 and take up a second career in a full-time Christian vocation. After his Navy retirement, the old friendships in the Class of 1940, plus the monthly arrival of Shipmate, kept the Navy close to Blaine's heart. "A Score and Two More" from 1960 to 1982, Blaine calls the "Church Years". In 1960, he entered Princeton Theological Seminary, graduating in 1963. His first pastorate was Calvin United Presbyterian Church in Hartsdale, NY. This was an enjoyable time, the people helping him to get started. In 1968, he accepted the task of organizing a new church development in Waterford, CT, next door to New London. He was designated the "Stated Supply" of the Waterford United Presbyterian Church in 1970, and its Pastor in 1974 a very rewarding experience, with hard work and close friends. They spent the four years before retirement serving the two churches of Port Henry and Mineville, NY, on Lake Champlain. They were appreciative congregations in a depressed area. The Family Years began in 1982. By this time, their four daughters were college graduates and happily married. They gave them nine grandchildren: six boys and three girls, all "good looking and above average," naturally, The children live in CT, NY, PA, and CA. Blaine and Mary reunite with them in Vermont where two of them own cabins on the same mountain. The Libbeys chose as their retirement home the Camden, ME area where Mary's twin, Barbara, and husband, Harold M. Lamb (45) live: first Linconville for five years; a short rental in Camden; and this year West Rockport where they have built their dream home. They cordially invite the Class of Forty to visit them there (two at a time if overnight!). Only 40 is 4.0!..." [30JUN2003]

LICHNER, Bill ablichner@kc.rr.com "...I served with VP-9 (1978-1980). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [29MAY2013]

LICHT, Mel lmlicht4745@wmconnect.com "...I was a pilot with VPB-132 at NAS DeLand, Florida (arrived Christmas of 1943 and spent 1944 with the squadron). We flew asw out of NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco the entire year of 1943. Since I am 85, I doubt there are many Shipmates left. Just lost my old skipper Adm. Thomas T Moorer. Thanks..." [23JUL2004]

LICHTMAN, AMHC Ben Retired CPOBen@aol.com "...I served in ZP's, VC-4, VC-33, VW-2 and on various carriers in detachments with VC-4 and VC-33 and during WW2 on the USS salt Lake City and at Pearl on the West Virigina..." [18MAR2000]

LIDDELL, AME Heather "Dee" Jazzmates1@juno.com "...I'm a former VP-19 AME between 86-89. It was a great start for me and I miss everyone! After that I went to NAS Point Mugu, California, VQ-1 92-96, then it was to VRC-30 where I ended my navy career and became a U.S. Customs Inspector. I remember everyone was especially nice to them. :) I got married and I have a son, by the was my new last name is McNeil..." [18APR2001]

LIEN, Mike maslien@charter.net "...I served with VP-16 from July 1964 through August 1967. Deployed to Kindley AFB Bermuda 64-65-66, 6 week NATO Norway OPS August through September 1966, NS Sangley Point, Philippines November 1966 to June 67. Would like to hear from anyone else who served with VP-16 at that time..." [01MAY2003]

LIGGETT, Todd TL32616@swt.edu "...I was a Bat Man (VP-24(/a>) from 88 till 90. I am a senior at Southwest Texas State University. I work for World Airways as a representative. If Mike Wisenhunt, John Leinhauser, the Roth brothers, Joe Ellis or Dewy Skiers reads this give me a buz. I'd love to chat. You can call me at (512) 396-4632. Best of luck to you all!..."

LIGHT, AZ2 Brian prohar@comcast.net "...I served with VP-883 (1963-1966) at NAS Olathe, Kansas..." [26NOV2014]


LIGHTFOOT c/o His Son Wally L Lightfoot 3ees@bellsouth.com "...This is for my father who was in VPB-111 from 1943 through 1945. Dad is looking for Charles Gibson (served with Dad as a Radioman)..." [25MAR2000]

LIGHTFRITZ, AT1(AW) Shawn selightfrtiz@yahoo.com "...Former Seahawk (VP-23) 90-94 and Trident (VP-26) 94-98 Now on the left coast in VP-40 had a great time seeing Shipmates here, drop a line..." [29JUN99]

LILE, Robert Lily65@webtv.net "...Served in VP-16 in 1956 and 1957, made NAS Keflavik, Iceland in November 1956 and Scotland around September 1957 for 2 week operation. Prior to serving in VP-16 I was in the NAS Norfolk, Virginia crash crew and VS-26 before going to VP-16 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I would enjoy hearing from any of my old Shipmates. It was 4 great years even if i didn't know it at the time..." [24FEB2000]

LILLER, Jeannette R. lillerj@ang.af.mil "...I served in VP-10 from Jan 1994 until Aug 1996. I was an Electronics Tech..." [12MAR98]

LILLEY, Delbert B. Lilley118@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-22 from 1951 to 1954 ..." [24FEB2003]

LILLIS, AT1 Scott Retired scottlillis@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-4, VP-31, VP-46, VP-47 and VP-50. Lots of great friends and good times!..." [E-Mail Updated 09OCT2014 | E-Mail Updated 11NOV2006 | 14AUG2000]

LILLPOP, Patty Taylor pattypop_2000@yahoo.com "...I was stationed with VP-45 from Spring of 1975 until summer of 1977 and made two deployments with the squadron. One to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and one to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Tons of good memories. I was the second girl assigned to the outfit along with Denise Galligan. My last name was Lillpop back then and was until I married a fellow Pelican. I later served time at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida and NAS Jacksonville, Florida, but it was nothing near the experience of the VP-45. Hoping to hear from my big brothers from VP-45 1975-1977..." [11JAN2001]

LILLY, AE3 sdlevh5150@aol.com "...Hey there P-3'ers been A long time,I was part of VP-69 and was sent to AIMD for most of my time there (91-93). I had alot of fun with everybody there. Drop me A line. I'm a civ. now but enjoy this site to relive some of the days!..." [06FEB98]

LIMA, Ken meteorlima@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1964 to 1968 as a crewmember (Ordnance/Aft Observer) on the Sodergrens Sots..." [11FEB2010]

LIMA, Steve salima@ameritech.net "...I served with Crew 7 as an AN from 1977 to 1980. It was a great time in my life. Looking for anyone who served during the same time..." [24JUN99]

LIMBRICK, Bob rabrick@ix.netcom.com "...They say you only remember the good times...and good people. GREAT to see some old names still pingin'! I was in VP-30 for AW nuggget training in early 76, then to VP-49, SS3/CAC4 from Dec 76 - 79 - Made those damn deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and NAS Bermuuuuuda! Sure would love to hear from any of ya'll who remember me. And for those that do, NO, I haven't written the book yet, but it's never too late..." [03DEC98]

LIMOGES, Robert boblimo1@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-11 (07/1962-01/1970) at NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [12JUL2012]

LINAM, AFCM Ray Retired jlinam@net1inc.net "...Served in VP-8, 1962-65, and VP6-, 1970-74. I would appreciate hearing from old Shipmates. Retired in 1976, and continued my career at NAS Pensacola NADEP. Retired Civil Service as Division Director in 1993..." [26APR98]

LINAM, Roger rogerlinam@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VAQ-33 (1971-1973) on the Flight Line and also flew as a Plane Captain aboard the A3..." [19SEP2016]

LINCOLN, Mark marklincoln@juno.com "...Served in VP-47 1983-1984 with a great bunch of guys. Would like to hear from other AW crewmen who served around that time..." [12AUG98]

LINCOLN, Nathan Russell Jr. http://www.usna.com/history/classof1940/L.htm "...Abe reported to SARATOGA at San Diego upon graduation, and remained on board until November, 1942, when he reported to New Orleans for flight training. In Pensacola, Abe stayed on as a flight instructor with several other classmates. While on Christmas leave before reporting to VPB-212 in Puerto Rico, Abe met Dorothy Ann Smith, of Traverse City, Michigan. Fate intervened with a nice assist in May, 1944, when Abe was ordered to a short anti-submarine warfare course at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, and he enticed Dottie to leave Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY to visit him. Bachelorhood ended on that visit! Abe was C.O. when the squadron was ordered to NAS Norfolk, Virginia early in 1945 and then to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington for further training and WestPac deployment. Mary was born at Whidbey on February 2, 1946. In mid- 1946, Abe reported to ComFAir Seattle as Operations Officer and then went to sea as Operations Officer of ComCarDiv Three until June, 1948. Dottie moved to Coronado, CA, where Abe joined her occasionally. Jay's arrival July, 1948 balanced the family picture. Then followed three wonderful years at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. During this tour, Susan made her appearance - also on February 2, 1950 -- so both girls are ground hogs! Good luck held on as Abe then took command of Utility Squadron 7 in the San Diego area. This was followed by attendance at Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, in 1953, with subsequent assignment to the Pentagon. It was during this tour that Abe developed ulcers accompanied by certain other health problems. Abe insists it was not the strain or the tension of the job that brought on the ulcers, but fighting the traffic to and from the Pentagon. After a stint in the Naval Hospital at Bethesda and with health reasonably restored, Abe reported to ESSEX as Operations Officer. Another bout with the Medical Officers during this tour required a rather serious operation, but Abe snapped back to complete his shipboard tour. Next, Abe, Dottie and family enjoyed two and one-half wonderful years at NAS Memphis, Tennessee. This was followed by orders as C.O., NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Nature's rugged virgin beauty of Alaska completely captivated the Lincoln clan and Abe obtained a 5-acre tract at Twin Lakes on the Alaskan Peninsula. Abe and family left NAS Kodiak, Alaska in 1961 for a two year tour at the USNA as Head of the Math Department. His final tour was C.O., NAS Grosse ILE, Michigan, retiring in 1965 in Tempe, Arizona where he thoroughly enjoyed 15 years as a real estate broker. Health reasons (emphysema, diabetes, etc.) forced complete retirement in 1985 when the picture of Abe and Dottie was taken. However, on things that matter, God has been very, very kind. Abe says unbelievable Dottie is his 24 hour nurse. All three of their children have expressed and demonstrated their unqualified love. They have many wonderful, loving friends. Eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren have given them a clear, beautiful preview of what is in store for the World. All's well!..." [30JUN2003]

LINDBERG, Peter plindberg@surfnetusa.com "......Served with VP-28, VP-22, NARDET Buckley Fld, VP-50, FASO Moffett, PATWING 1 Kamiseya, Naval Postgraduate School Staff, 1967 to 1991..." [Updated 13JAN98]

LINDBERG, Ron RGLindy@aol.com "...Served USN 1945 - 1949. USNR 1950 - 1954, VP-812 NAS Minneapolis. Called to active duty 1950 - 1952 augmented into FASRON 895, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and NAS Sandpoint. PB4Y2 training with VP-772 and VP-871. My rate was AO2..." [26JUL98]

LINDER, Glenn L. glinder@tds.net "...I served with VP-4 (1962-1964) and flew with Crew-3..." [24DEC2011]

LINDER, John j.linder7145@sbcglobal.com "...I served with VP-4 and AIMD NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1972 to 1974. NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan det, many other points of "interest" before transfer to attack community, VA-12. Only remember PR1 Smokey Wiggins, and crazy Ken Clay AMS VP-4 and AME1 Jim Elias,AIMD and later in VA-12 (thanks for getting me transferred Jim). I guess I wasn't enjoying Hawaii enough? Had some good times though..." [14MAR2004]

LINDHOLM, ARMC Robert F. pfsbobl@cox.net "...I served with VPB-116 (January to June 1946) on Iwo Jima. I still have my Flight Logbook (March through June) and a tattered Operations Schedule the day in April when I flew on #770 with LCDR Jones to Japan for R&R. The other officers were LT Flanagan, LT(jg)'s McCoy and Keeney and fellow enlisted Jones, Rall, Luvisar, MacKenzie, Friehe, and Tate. I was an ARM3C then..." [E-Mail Updated 03JAN2008 | 05MAY99]

LINDKE, ASE3 Pete pete_sallylindke@excite.com "...I served aboard NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam (AIMD) from May 1970 to April 1971..." [04NOV2010]

LINDLEY, Kenneth W. KWLAX1@AOL.com "...Would like to hear from some old shipmates VP-6... I served with VP-6 from 1966 to 1970. Made dets to Adak, Okinawa and the PI. I have made contact with two guys so far..."

LINDNER, Carl A. its4us2@bcglobal.net "...I served with VP-26 during World War II flying PBM Martin Mariners. I joined the squadron jsut before the Okinawa invasion and served through the occupation of China and Japan. I would be interested in finding other members of this group..." [17FEB2006]

LINDNER, Max lindner3@worldnet.att.net "...Served with VP-5, VP-30, VP-49, VP-56, and CPW-11..." [04FEB2002]

LINDSAY, Harley NOLinz@aol.com "...I was in VP-44 from JUL75-JUL78 and until I did my tour on USS NASSAU. My tour as a Golden Pelican was the best tour I had. I homesteaded in Virginia Beach from 1982 until I retired as PNCM(SW) (yeah, I turned blackshoe) in AUG97. Now I work in New Orleans with, of all companies, Lockheed Martin. I look forward to hearing from all of you guys. Take Care...I now work in Falls Church VA instead of New Orleans LA..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 30SEP99 | 07NOV98]

LINDSAY, Peter peterlin13@hotmail.com "...I served aboard NAS Moffett Field, California (08/1981-02/1985)..." [01SEP2016]

LINDSAY, (RM3)AT Richard W. pbororichpat@comcast.net "...I served with VP-833 NAS New York, New York in 1960. We flew the P2V5F. I converted from the amphibious fleet (USS Oglethorpe AKA-100) from 1955-1957 to Airdale. Flew with Chief Jim Elliott. Willie Williams (FDNY) broke me in at my duty station..." [22FEB2009]

LINDSETH, AT Dan dandl@3rivers.net "...I served with VU-7 (01/1956-09/1957). Great electronics shop, kept the radio/radar equipment running in the JD's and the F5F's. Flew almost every day pulling targets, great memories for a 19 year old kid. The time has been good to me. Had a great run and now back home in Montana..." [18JUL2015]

LINDSEY, Dan danandbarb@desupernt.net "...I was with the U. S. ARMY Crazy Cat's till April 1969. We had our Reunion a few years ago and I'm glad that I went. It was great seeing every one after all those years. It was an experence seeing that plane I had flown in so many years ago. My thanks to all the people who made that possible..." [12JAN99]

LINDSEY, AD2 Michael mlindsey@micros.com "...I was stationed at the NADC from 1979 to 1982 and served as a T2C, A7E Plane Captain and flew observer in P-3's It should be noted that NADC was host to the first P-3A in the naval inventory BUNO: 148883 and the first converted B to C Model BUNO: 153443..." [16MAR2006]

LINDSEY, AWC Robert P. Retired rlindsey@tampabay.rr.com "...I served in VP-48 68/70, Sere School Brunswick, Maine 70/74 and VP-44 74/78 when I retired. Lots of good times and wonderful people in those days..." [16MAR2002]

LINDSEY, Ronald lind446@dixie-net.com "...I served as radar operator for VP-16 1956-58. I would like to hear from anyone who is knowlegable about a crash of a P2V Neptune in 1957 or 1958 at the airfield in Oslo, Norway..." [28AUG99]

LINDSEY, AD1 Stephen "Steve" stl55@att.net "...I served with VP-19 (11/1974-06/1978) with deployments to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, NAS Adak, Alaska and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, VP-30 (07/1978-05/1981) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, VP-19 (07/1981-10/1984), NRD Kansas City (11/1984-11/1985) and finally NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (03/1986-03/1989)..." [15SEP2019]

LINDSEY, ATCS Tim Retired tlindsey5757@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-91 at NAS Moffett Field, California as a reserve crewman (IFT) from Nov 1973 until transfered as a Senior to helicopters in 1992 or 1993. Flew with all crews due to the IFT shortage (IFT's alternated). Crew-5 was my home crew and Crew-11/Crew-13 were alternates. I flew aboard the P-3A, P-3B, P-3B Mod and P-3C update III..." [21JAN2010]

LINDSLEY, ADR1 Ralph (Red) Retired judyralph@stx.rr.com "...I served two tours with P2's VP-5 from 1956-1959 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida (was PC on LK3). I also served with VP-26 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1962-1964 as PC on LK2. I would like to hear from anyone who might have served with me..." [E-Mail Updated 10OCT2002 | E-Mail Updated 27JAN2001 | E-Mail Updated 25MAR2000 | 27DEC99]

LINDSTEDT, Charles clinds_1@msn.com "...I was a member of Crew 10 VB-105 from October 1943 till July 1944. LT J.H. Stevens PPC, LT Taffee Co-pilot, Rex Veteto Navigator, George Barry Plane Captain, Perry Williamson radio, Lloyd Bauman, myself, Jim Dunn, John Gefell, Ray Sweeney, Bill Brooks round out the crew. I have not been able to locate the three officers and George and Ray are deceased, the others I am loosely in contact with. Anyone out there know the whereabouts of our missing? Be glad to hear from anyone in the old squadron..." [E-Mail Updated 18AUG2005 | 13APR98]

LINDSTROM, Jerry jerry.lindstrom@worldnet.att.net "...I served as in VP-48 from 1974 to 1977 and in VP-91 from 1981 to 1991. I recall many great times all over the world. Send me a note..." [03OCT99]

LINES, YN3 Phil plines@columbus.rr.com "...I served with VP-48 from November 1972 thru July 1976. I was a YN3 and worked in the Admin office (yes we did read all your Playboys that came into the Mail Room) and worked in the the Ops and Training offices. Looking for word from any of my Shipmates (especially AW1 Charles Bowles and PN3 David C. Jones)..." [22APR2003]

LINFORD, Ron RonGL@aol.com "...I served as an AK-2 with OASU/VX-8 fron November 1966 to September 1968 in the Material Control Office. During that time we were involved with many different missions including Project Magnet, Project Jenny as well as some MATS flights utilizing our passenger configured C-121, #140313. I was lucky enough to fly as crew on #140313 once when it ferried personnel to my prior duty station, NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba..." [26NOV2000]

LING, Brian addednu@gmail.com "...I served with VPU-1 (1992-1997) and currently serving with the Air Force Reserve as an Air Reserve Technician (ART) at Hill Air Force Base, Utah..." [29OCT2016]

LINGG, Everett Dale boonescreek@charter.net "...I was in FASRON-117 from the later part of 1948 through 1949, working out of the flight line. I would like to locate fellow Shipmate Orville Barbee. Orv was an AD3. I would welcome correspondence with any other Shipmates..." [18NOV2005]

LINK, Carl carltlink@compuserve.com "...Served in VP-17 from 1976-80. Would like to hear from any old friends that happen upon this web site like I did. Sad to hear of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii closed..." [24FEB99]

LINN, John R. jlinn65@yahoo.com "...I served with VQ-2..." [19AUG2014]

LINNELL, Mike mlinnell@rcn.com "...VP-8 75-78 Gotta love those NAS Bermuda deployments. Remember the Marines? LOL Who stole the fire truck and Jeff Dog dippin smelts in the pool. Many good times and good people. Next did 3 yrs at VX-1 as AX1 along with Jim Wilson and Double L. Gald to hear from any old shiprecks..." [15DEC2001]

LINDELL, Stephen T. Jr. STVNDENLIN@AOL.COM "...I served with VP-90 from 1987-1992. I learned a lot about life there and would like to thank a lot of people including, but not limited to AZ2 Jackson, LCDR Brasmer, LCDR Bubba Lovall, and AE3 Dave Grubb. If there is a Reunion set I would like to go. Don't let me forget ADC Martinez..." [29NOV2002]

LINES, SN1 Guss c/o Kathleen DeHart kathleen_dehart@txwd.uscourts.gov "...My grandfather was in the Navy from 1943 to 1946. He served aboard the USS Pocomoke (AV-9) and was in the Philippines. He is still alive. His names is Guss Lines, from Alpine, Texas. He was a Seaman 1st class. If anyone knew him or has a story to share, I'd love to relate it to him..." [08DEC2007]

LINK, James linkjmjl@sbcglobal.net "...I served with Crazy Cat's/1st Radio Research Company from 1970 to December 1971 (Engine Powerplant/Tech Inspector)..." [08JAN2009]

LINSZ, LT Lester W. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=790 "...LT Lester W. Linsz, USNR - Date of Birth: 11/14/1917 - Date In: 1/8/1942 - Date Out: 10/8/1945 - Aircraft Flown: PBM-3, PBY-5-A, PBY-1, TBM/TBF, PB4Y-1 - Ship or Unit: VP-203 - Pilot Desg.: Naval Aviator - Achievements: 1,387.1 flight hours..." [24NOV2005]

LIPOFSKY, ADC John D. Retired lipofsky@roadrunner.com "...Hello and Greetings, My last flying tour was with the Red Lancers of VP-10. I have also been in VP-44 (81-82& 89-decom) VP-8,(83-85) Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5),(82-83 & 85-89) VP-45 (77-81) (my first VP tour). FLew for 18 years and 7000+hrs then drove the admin div desk at AIMD NAS Brunswick, Maine. Drop a line and Say hello...I am currently teaching (4 1/2yrs) Industrial Arts and Technology (shop) at the local High School, the hours are awesome no 3am pre-flights in the snow to bounce" "Mon thru Fri 7:30 to 3:00, Saturdays, Sundays, Summers, and best of all Snow Days off..." [E-Mail Updated 16NOV2007 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 15APR2002 | 27JUN98]

LIPOT, SM2 John tugcaptain@donet.com "...I served aboard the USS Currituck II (AV-7) as a Signalman SM2 from 1960 to 1962. Lots of sealanes and flight ops. TDY My Tho Vnam on photo recon. Good memories and lasting friendships..." [BIO Updated 02DEC2007 | E-Mail Updated 31MAR2006 | 05JUL2004]

LISENBY, CDR Jay http://www.navy.mil/homepages/vp-47/html/body_commanding_officer.html "...Commander Lisenby is a native of Geneva, Alabama. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Marines in 1984 through the Marine Corps Platoon Leader's Class program. He completed The Basic School at Quantico, Virginia in 1985 and received a direct commission as a Navy Ensign. Commander Lisenby was designated a Naval Aviator in June 1986. After initial Fleet Replacement Squadron training, Commander Lisenby was assigned to VP-1 stationed at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. There he served as Operations Flight Officer, NATOPS Instructor Pilot, Nuclear Safety Officer and Personnel Officer. During this tour he completed deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan, NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. Commander Lisenby's next assignment was VP-31 at NAS Moffett Field, California where he was designated a Fleet Replacement Squadron Instructor Pilot. While at VP-31, he served as Aviation Safety Officer, P-3 PQS Program Manager, Standardization Pilot and Flight Demonstration Pilot. In 1993, Commander Lisenby reported to Bureau of Naval Personnel, Sea Duty Component, Dallas, Texas where he served as Operations Officer, Safety/NATOPS Officer and Administrative Officer. Following P-3C refresher training in 1995, he reported for his department head tour in VP-1 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. During this tour, he served as Safety/NATOPS Officer, Training Officer and Maintenance Officer while completing deployments to NSF Diego Garcia and NAS Misawa, Japan. In 1998, Commander Lisenby reported to Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet where he served as Current Operations Officer and later as Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations. During this tour he earned a Master of Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle University. Prior to reporting to PVP-47, Commander Lisenby attended the Naval War College earning a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies. Commander Lisenby's personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, two Navy Commendation Medals, two Navy Achievement Medals and various other campaign and service awards..." [19JUN2003]

LISHNESS, ATCS Alton L. Retired allish@tdstelme.com "...I served in VP-4 circa '50-'54 in P2V-2 's and P2V-5's. I flew Radio and Radar on crews 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 12. I was deeply saddened by the news of the passing of my C..O. and PPC of crew 1, CDR A L Dodson '52-.53. I did my 22 months of purgatory at NAAS Kingsville, TX '54-'56 and volunteered for Operation Deepfreeze. I was aboard VX-6 for six (6) great years. I flew radio on R4D-6L 17274 "charlene" and P2V-7LP 140434 in DF2, R4D-8L 99853 in DF3, and R7V-1P 131624 "Connie Crew" '58-'62. Six great years of rewarding and fulfilling duty with the greatest of officers and Shipmates. An Antarctic Mountain, Lishness Peak (2200m 78-53S 084--45W) near the S end of the Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains was named after me. I transferred to HT-8 at NALF ELLYSON in '62-65. Qual'ed as Crew Chief & Rescue Swimmer. After AV-B School, I was ordered to VP-50 (66-69) . I flew SP-5B 12 Boat with LCDR Tisdale & LT Peck. After transitioning to P-3A's, I flew Crew 8 with LCDR Segelhorst and LTjg Ned Service. I then flew Jez and Radio in crew 1 with CDR Carl O. Hausler , our C.O. in 68-69. I was shocked to read of CDR Hausler's passing. He was one of the best! I was ordered to Lockheed Burbank for P-3C training FFT to NAMTD 1011 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland '69-73', CV-62 '73-76' and VP-10 '76-79'. Assigned as Command SR Chief 76-78 and AV/WEPS Div CPO/ DET Maint CPO 78-79. My Sons, TOM and BOB both served with me at NASB, AO1 Tom Lishness USN (ret.) (VA-85, VP-10, SERE, VP-11, SERE) served with me in VP-10. He was the AO in crew 4. My last assignment was at CAAC, NAS Brunswick, Maine. My son AMS1 Robert Lishness USN (ret) (VP-8, NATTC MFS, VP-11, NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland) was stationed with us twice at NAS Brunswick, Maine along with son Tom. I retired 1 JUL 82 after 33 years, 3 months, & 3 days of continuous service. I used my GI Bill education bennies to get an A. S. in Business Administration and a B.A. in Business-Economics and served my home town as Town Manager for ten years before retiring the 2nd time..." [21MAR99]

LISHNESS, Robert lish2k@tqci.net "...I'm a ground pounder. I served with: VP-8 80-85, AMS "A" School Instuctor 85-89, VP-11 89-92, AIMD NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 92-95, and now work with DYNCORP FORCE WARFARE. My bother Tom and Father Alton were also VP'ers with VP-10, VP-30, VP-40, and VP-11. I would like to hear from all Shipmates that might know me or my dad and brother..." [01JAN98]

LISI, Robert G. shipmate pix...circa 1967... roblis19@idt.net "...Served with VW-4 from October 1967 to November 1969. As an aircrewmen he logged many hours into hurricanes (Camille Aug. 69) and missions (Apollo 7, Stormfury) and was awarded the Air Medal..."
Note Mr. Lisi authored everything you ever wanted to know about VW-4 (with pictures). WebSite: http://www.aewa.org/Library/vw4/vw4.html.

LISIUS, Joe grdn24@pacbell.net "...Awesome page Nevins, lots of folks remembered. Toured with ORION BROTHERHOOD OF ENGINEERS CHAPTERS VP-64, VP-93, VP-69, & CRPWP (Commander Reserve Patrol Wing Pacific)..." [09DEC97]

LINSON, PSC Roger S. "...I served with VS-27 in 62 at NAS New York, New York and on a North Atlantic Cruise with the USS Intrepid. We were sent to GETMO during the Cuban Crisis. Our Logo at that time was a Pelican picking up a sub. I was promoted out of my billet and transferred to the USS Independence (ships company) at NAF Naples, Italy to continue with a Med. Cruise. My Mailing Address: 2466 S. Aspen, Springfield, Mo. 65807..." [30JUL2000]

LISSELL, AW1 Thomas V.P. thomas.lissell@verizon.net "...I served with VP-10 from April 1977 until May 1980. I then went on to the ASWOC at NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal from August of 1980 until November of 1982. I was then assigned to CPW-5 at NAS Brunswick, Maine until discharge in January of 1986. The nearly 10 years of Naval service were the best years of my life. The comraderie and travel have made me a much better and more well rounded person today..." [18JUN2002]

LISSER, AE2 Larry btmtech@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-31 (1966-1969) and VP-46 (1969-1970). Looking for AE3 Roger Smith..." [27JUN2013]

LISTER, Paul G. tplister@aol.com "...I served with VP-7 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1952 through 1955. Plane Captain, second mechanic, Korean war out of NAS Iwakuni, Japan. Was in NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco deployment. Flew 21 combat missions from Japan and awarded Air Medal. Seek information on any VP-7 flight crews or ground crews during these years. Thinking about a Reunion if find enough interest. Have found Frank Anderson, flight crew Plane Captain from same period. I hope we find others from this great unit in a great plane..." [10JUL2002]

LISTER, AW1 Pete Retired pdlister@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-67 (1971-1976) (SP-2H) at NAS Memphis, Tennessee, VP-60 (1976-1978) (P-3A) at NAS Glenview, Illinois, ResASWTacResASWTac (1979-1981) at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, VP-68 (1981) (P-3B) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland / NAF Washington, D.C. and VP-4549 (1981-1986). After retirement, I joined Lockheed Flying Operations, and went to Air Force Base #6, Montijo, Portugal, with the P-3P program, as an SS-3 aircrew instructor to PoAF aircrews. While at Lockheed, I served on the First Flight crew for a number of P-3Cís coming off the assembly line in Palmdale, CA. After the Portuguese contract ended, I returned to Lockheed in Burbank, where I served as a Systems Safety engineer on the ill-fated P-7 program..." [13MAR2017]

LITTKE, CPO Milton Retired mlittke@whidbey.net "...I served in the Navy in VP-102 in the Philippines from 1940. I was captured by the Japanese and held as POW until 1945. After the war I was stationed at Tillamook, Oregon. Went to Guam 1949. I was on Iwakuni for the Bikini atomic test. Left there 1950 and went to NAS Kodiak, Alaska to VP-102. Then went to NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (Confair Whidbey) served here until I retired as Chief Aviation Machinest Mate E on April 1, 1970. Hi to all my old Shipmates..." [03MAR2002]

LITTLE, QMC Arthur Richard Retired alittle@shaw.ca "...I served with FAW-8 and FAW-10 OCR watchstander NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam between 1969 and 1972. Fuel tanks, a dozen sappers, the ammo dump and the SL-8..." [07APR2008]

LITTLE, Dave david.little@ci.slc.ut.us "...Served with VP-24 from 1968 through 1970 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. After all these years, was given this web site by a P-3 crew member flying for the NOAA. They came to our airport last week, it was great to share old navy stories and hear about NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I imediately began searching the web site to see what I could find and it was great. Ran on to the name of Donnie Holt who served the same time I did but don't recognize his name. He did however mention a few familiar names like Digi (would like to get in touch with him) and David Martini (that salute of his, I will never forget how wierd it was!). Oh well, he was a good squadron commander and a good pilot. One other name I can remember and wish I could find is Ron Dexter. LCMR Williams flew No. 8 and I'll never forget how we flew into NAS Keflavik, Iceland on deployment, forgot to radio in advance we were coming, and those Delta Wings had to scramble out and escort us in! What an embarassment. Then all those Russian subs we "pinged" to the surface. I wonder it they ever got their decks cleaned up from our "gifts" while flying over. Then, who was that ole salt, First Class, who couldn't or wouldn't stand in formation for muster each morning waiting for Martini to come, and so he just broke rank and left the hangar most mornings. He amazed everyone. Those were the best years my life. I will never forget them and the great friends. If there is anyone out there from that time, give me a buzz. Maybe we can find others and make a connection. Would you guys go through that SERE again up in Maine? Hope to make contact with someone, so I'll send this out on the airwaves and wait for a response. Life is good so far..." [07FEB2000]

LITTLE, Hiram hiram@home.com "...I was an AW with first VP-46 from 1977 - 1982. I then was an Acoustic Instructor with FASO Det NAS Moffett Field, California from 1982 - 1985. After returning to sea duty with VP-47 from 1985 - 1991. I was primary Beartrap crew and CAC - 1. I am very enterested in locating Lamont (Rocky) Redford. He was with FASO in 82 - 83 then went VS in San Diego...As an ex AWC I served on a lot of crews and a lot of fine men. I ended up with 4882 hours (as many asleep as I could manage)..." [27JUL98]

LITTLE, AO3 Jason jasonalittle@comcast.net "...Looking for Shipmates that were in VP-30 from 1991 to 1993. I was a Utility Aircrewman...AOAN. Then went to VP-23 where I served on CAC-9 as a AO3 inflight Ordie. Looking to get in contact with friends or people from the "junior crew" at VP-23!..." [E-Mail Updated 08JUN2008 | E-Mail Updated 16MAY2006 | E-Mail Updated 24MAY2005 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 10FEB99] [ICQ # 139844]

LITTLE, Joe joe.little@tinker.af.mil "...I served with VP-6 from 1983-1987 as a member of the World Famous "ZOO TWO." It'd be nice to hear from all of the old Sharks. The best "intramural" sports teams I ever had the pleasure to be a part of and by FAR the best Skipper (Billy Leon Temple) from Knobknoster Missouri..." [01JUL2002]

LITTLE, Namon K. "Sport" geneboy@msn.com "...I was in VP-72 in 1941-1942 as a flightcrew radioman & radar. If you are interested in info on VP-72 (personnel) contact me at e-mail address. We still maintain an active organization..." [20MAY98]

LITTLE, AZ2 Robyn Anne (Whiteman) little5@quixnet.net "...I served with VP-47 at NAS Moffett Field, California from May 1985 to March 1989, my last duty station. I was an AZ2 when I was released from active duty. I currently reside in Richmond, VT with my husband, John Little and daughter, Hannah Joy. (She was born 12/13/98.) I recently retrieved my household effects in April 1998 from San Jose, CA and found all kinds memorabilia (deployement books, photos and other fun stuff). If anyone served in VP-47 during the above mentioned time frame please let me know. I'd love to hear from them...I'm sorry I missed the Reunion. Please keep me updated with any future Reunions..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09JUN2002 | 19FEB99]

LITTLE, Ross A. rossalittle@sbcglobal.net "...I served in the Navy during WWII as an Aviation Machinest Mate in a PBY Training Squadron in NAS North Island, San Diego, California, then a PB4Y-2 VB-103 squadron in NAS North Island, San Diego, California, to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, To S. Wails to PBY Squadron, to S. England back to VB-103. Returned to the states November 1944 to NAS Jacksonville, Florida A&R Shop. Released from duty in 1945. Stayed in the Reserves with P2V flying out of NAS Oakland, California and NAS Alameda, California..." [31MAY2005]

LITTLEFIELD, AMEAN Gerald D. "Rocky" "Rick" amljdlone@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-42 (1959-1961) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. I worked in Administration & Communications and was Duty Driver. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [01MAR2016]

LITTLEFIELD, James W. JWlitt38@aol.com "...Stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine with VP-11 from 1956-1959. I was Plane Capt. on crew 10..." [23JAN99]

LITTLEFIELD, Ken trail.r@cwix.com "...I was assigned to VP-23 from Sept 82 through Aug 85. I was a MS3 TAD to the galley and barracks..." [21MAR99]

LITTLEFIRLD, AW1 Thomas tbed@clinic.net "...I am currently serving in the VP-10 Training Dept. I have done tours in VP-11 (88-92), VP-26 (93-94) and CPW5 (94-97). I'd be glad to hear from any old Pegasi, Trident, Lobster or Lancers..." [26MAY98]

LITTLEFORD, Mike mjlittleford@hotmail.com "...I was involved VP-23 (1991-02/1995), multiple tours in CPRW-5 at NAS Brunswick, Maine, CPRW-1 Det NSF Diego Garcia, VP-26, USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), USS Enterprise (CVN-65) (took the last shop of AW's on deployment as there LPO/Acting CPO before we were replace on the ships after that deployment by OS's and STG's), Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational TRAining GroUp AtLANTic (FASOTRAGRULANT) to being decom'ed and swallowed up by CNATTU where I finally retired in 2010 on a Medical retirement..." [29APR2012]

LITTLES, C. T. ctlittlesiii33@gmail.com "...I served with FAW-10 from 1964 to 1965 under CAPTAIN Kettle and LT Hanson..." [02MAY2010]

LITTLETON, ROY/PAM roy@nkn.net "...Roy arrived to VQ-2 Rota Dec '81, Pam arrived Apr '82. We served till '84. In between, we got married and had a son! Roy is still currently serving. The best tour both of us ever had! If any of the "wild bunch" is still around, drop us an "E" mail..."

LITVIN, Robert r@chiproductionz.com "...I survived VP-47 (barely) from 1990-1994. I am about to graduate college near Chicago. I am now a computer scientist and still a DJ. Holler if you hear me..." [E-Mail Updated 07MAY2001 | E-Mail Updated 07FEB2000 | 01JUN99]

LITZ, Earl elitz@swfla.rr.com "...PhotoMate at NAS Key West from February 1966 to August 1967, CIWS Coronado and VO-67 from September 1967 to June 1968, VAP-61 from June 1968 to October 1968, PH "B" School from November 1968 to August 1969, and MCB-58 and MCB 40 from September 1969 to June 1970. Flew in OP2E's out of NKP Thailand from October 1967 to June 1968. Would like to hear from others..." [E-Mail Updated 18SEP2003 | 06JAN99]

LIVELY, ENSIGN Paul paulberrylively@kingwoodcable.net "...Worked with VP a lot. I served with VR-24. What a long time it has been since I lived in Sicily next to a Volcano. VP was there. I was with VR-24 from October 19 87 thru October 1990. What a fantastic part of my life. I arrived as an AMSAA and left an AMS3. I remember good friends like Chad Nanfito, Tad Fisher, Troy Hudson, and Lyndel Carmen. I have searched for these guys ever since I left. I miss them dearly just as one would a brother. I missed being a part of the Navy so I joined back up with the USNR and will be commissioned on board the Battleship Texas next week May 22, 2004 at 2:00PM. I wish my VR-24 brothers could be there. Ever since I set foot in the squadron at VR-24 I was inspired to do more by the professional leaders therein. I will be in the Intel community as an Ensign and I will forever tell the stories of the people, places, friends, and loved ones I had the priveledge of knowing in VR-24 - The best squadron in the Navy..." [22JUN2004]

LIVERMORE, Richard ral8888@aol.com "...Served with VP-56 crews 1 & 7 from 1964-1966..." [10JUL98]

LIVESEY, AO3 Tom navyao@msn.com "...I served in USS Enterprise (CVN-65), VF-114 also in USS Enterprise (CVN-65) from 1989 - 1992. After active duty I began my Reserve tour with VP-90 at NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1992 - 1994 as a part of the Avionics/Armament div. until the BRAC shut us down. I'd like to here from my former Shipmates..." [06JUN2002]

LIVINGSTON, Al LITNSNEWS@AOL.COM "...Served with FASRON-104 based at Port Lyauety, French Morrocco, 1952-1954. If any one knows when the squardron was disbanded, please let me know. Like to hear from any members of FASRON-104. All the best..." [30SEP99]

LIVINGSTON, Bill blivingston22@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-23 (Aviation Ordinance) from 1976 to 1980 with deployments to NS Rota, Spain and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. During our NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal deployment we lost a P-3 (April 26th, 1978). We lost many of our brothers in the Canary Island mountains that day. I want to especially extend my condolences to AO Joe Elmoore who took over my position as a flyer and I took over his as a ground pounder that fateful day. Joe, I think of you often and God Bless your family. I served with some awesome friends. Traveled around the country with the Flagg Football Team with Galipo, Jerry (i.e. Terry Bradshaw) and Mike Alton, Mudd Bowl Gang, Softball and Hockey with Paul Corlis in the Dodge Van with Lou Gravelle. We sure had some good times! NAS Keflavik, Iceland was nuts (fights and crazy times). Leon Parker - do you remember when Melvin fell asleep all the way down to his knee cap? I am now living in Seabrook, NH with my wife of 9 years and 3 kids. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [25OCT2009]

LIVINGSTON, AT2(AW) Brock brockl@bellsouth.net "...I was in VP-11 fron September 1991 thru October 1996. I was TAD to AIMD. Would love to hear from any and all. I am currently stationed at AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [16FEB99]

LIVINGSTONE, ARM1 Thomas "Tom" tliving@cal.net "...I served with VR-2 (Aviation Radioman) and VR-13 flying in the PB2Y. I was discharged from Samar in 1945. I am still vertical and living at Shingle Springs, California..." [28MAR2011]

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