VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...MACK, Donald F...It is with a heavy heart that I share the news from our family of Don Mack's passing this morning. He fought the hard battle of cancer to his last breath to win the fight and ring the victory bell. Riordan and I were at his bedside watching him be at peace with his going knowing bells were being rung as he was piped above for his final tour. Friend, Husband, Father, Grandfather Don leaves behind a legacy of pride with his two children daughter Briana and her husband Ryan, son Riordan and three grandchildren Keelan, Declan and Ashlan - our leap year baby born on Feb 29th. His love of adventure and serving in the Navy around the world on the P3 platform as aircrew EWOP with VP-4, VP-30, VP-22, VQ-2 and VPU-1 from 1974-1994 giving him what he always said was the best job anyone could have. Following Navy retirement, Don worked for the USPS for 24 years before retiring this past November due to his cancer. Always involved with anything Disney, poker games, coin collecting, puzzles/codes/cyphers, traveling and for the last 18 months remodeling his home in Venice while going through chemotherapy. He wanted me tell all the stubborn males reading this and you know who you are to get a colonoscopy once you hit 60 or earlier. Don't put it off your family will thank you for it..." Contributed by Debbie Mack and forwarded by Tim unclemtb@gmail.com [02APR2020]

Memorial Picture "...MADISON, ADJ3 Lawrence Sydney "Larry"...My Uncle, ADJ3 Lawrence Sydney "Larry" Madison, served with VP-47 NAS Moffett Field, California. My Uncle was killed in October 1966 while on a stopover at NAS Agana, Guam. Please contact me if you have any information regarding my Uncle. Thank you...Lori Madison-Makes lamadison@verizon.net..." [E-Mail Updated 14FEB2009 | E-Mail Updated 07MAR2002 | 16NOV2000]

Memorial Picture "...MADSEN, Robert L...My father, Robert L. Madsen, served aboard the USS Kenneth Whiting (AV-14) (1943-1844) during WWII in the South Pacific. He passed away in 2000, but when we visited Punchbowl Cemetary in Hawaii, he pointed out all of the Pacific battles they were involved in. RIP Dad..." Contributed by Family Member lcolds@gmail.com [12NOV2013]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...MAHALEY, AOC Francis S. "Mo"...My Dad, Francis S. "Mo" MAHALEY, passed away June 13, 2012 at 7AM in Jacksonville, FL. Dad was 98 years old and went in Peace. Dad served with VPB-104 during WWII and Korea and was awarded the Distinguished Cross, Air Medal with one Silver and 3 Bronze Stars, 8 Good Conduct Medals and retired after 22 years..." Contributed by Kathleen Brown happytail2003@yahoo.com [14JUN2012]

Memorial Picture "...MALLETT, ATCS Arthur Joseph...Mallett, Arthur Joseph ATCS VP-4 1983-1986. Born 12 Nov 1938 - Died 26 Feb 2009 in San Diego, CA. Buried at FT. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA...Steve/Andy Andruszkewicz sgpa2zfmly@aol.com..." [31MAR2010]

Memorial Picture "...MALOY, George...My husband, George Maloy, passed away 1-13-1981. He joined the U. S. Navy on 2-25-42 and was discharge 12-18-47 followed by his entry in the U. S. Naval Reserve. He served with VP-HL-8 and FASRON-122. Is anybody out there that served with him or remembers him? Would like any info you might have on him to pass on to his children. Thank you...Hope (Maloy) Burke myhouseofhope@yahoo.com..." [18JUN2005]

Memorial Picture "...MAMBRO, Philip A...My Father, Philip A. Mambro, served with VPB-110. Dad passed away in 1996. I would like to hear from his former Shipmates..." Contributed by James Mambro jamesmambro@gmail.com [18OCT2018]

Memorial Picture "...MANDEL, CDR Cornelius E...I don't know if any of you knew my dad, CDR. Cornelius E. Mandel, but he was with the VAW-12 and flew the AD5W for a short period of time in Japan from 1961-63. He passed away this December 7th, 2004 at age 76 of congestive heart failure. I wish he had known of this website because he would have loved corresponding with all of you. If any of you knew him and have any stories, please let me know. Thank you!...Bridget Mandel-Fawcett bridgefawcett@socal.rr.com..." [31DEC2004]

Memorial Picture "...MANVILLE, John W. Jr...I have recently learned of the passing of one of our former VP-31 Shipmates: John Manville. John served in the VP-31 avionics shop in 67 - 68. I had reconnected with John a few years ago after finding his entry on VPNavy. We will miss you, John. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/newsherald/obituary.aspx?n=john-w-manville&pid=155916677&fhid=7498 John W. Manville Jr. (1945-2012) - John W. Manville, Jr., 67, of Lynn Haven passed away Tuesday morning, February 14, 2012. John was born on Feb. 10, 1945, in Miami and cultivated a love for traveling at a young age, living overseas in Sri Lanka for three years. He graduated from Southwest Miami Senior High School in 1963. John joined the Navy in 1965, where he was a proud member of Patrol Squadron 31 based in San Diego, Ca. He then worked in the insurance industry until his retirement. He loved traveling in his RV and building model ships. John was instrumental in the preservation of Naval Patrol Planes at the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola. He was preceded in death by his parents, John "Jack" and Virginia Manville and is survived by his wife, Sherry and his daughter, Jamie. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in John's name to the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation in Pensacola. A graveside service will be held Saturday at Roselawn Cemetery in Tallahassee. Wilson Funeral Home - Family Owned Since 1911 - 214 Airport Road - Panama City, Fla. - 850-785-5272..." Contributed by WESTBROOK, AX3 Ron rwest55@piasanet.com [18JUL2012]

Memorial Picture "...MARAS, Thomas...My father was Thomas Maras he served in VP-ML-3 in NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone during 1946. He passed away in 1967 and he left me some pictures of the squadron and crashes of aircraft P.V-4 and P.V-9. If anyone is interested in getting copies of the pictures, please contact me and I will scan them and forward them along. Dennis Maras travelingfools2004@yahoo.com..." [22AUG2006]

Memorial Picture "...MARKS, Charles F...Charles F. Marks, 80, of Zeeland, Mich., formerly of Paw Paw, died Oct. 3, 2009 at Spectrum Health Butterworth in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. Marks served as a member of Patrol Squadron Eight of the U.S. Navy. He was employed at General Electric for over 30 years at plants in DeKalb, Holland, Mich. and Ft. Wayne, Ind. He was involved in many community activities during his life in Paw Paw - coaching Little League, as a Boy Scout leader, a member of the Paw Paw Fire Department, serving on the District 271 school board from 1967–1976 and he was a 50-plus year member of the American Legion. He was also very involved in planning and building the Paw Paw Community Building. He loved his family, his friends, his dogs, his garden and his fishing trips..." WebSite: The Mendota Reporter http://www.mendotareporter.com/ [01NOV2009]

Memorial Picture "...MARTIN, Frank Beamon Jr...September 12, 2011 - Chattanooga Times Free Press - Frank Beamon Martin Jr. died Saturday, September 10, 2011. He was born in 1933, in Statesboro, Ga., where he spent many happy summers with his grandparents. Frank received a degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech in 1956. While at Georgia Tech he served as president of Sigma Chi fraternity and sang with the Glee Club. In 1959, he began work with the National Security Agency in Washington, D.C. Later at Florida Tech, Frank took post-graduate mate courses in operations research. He earned a degree in psychology in 1978 and a Masters of Business Administration in 1982 from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. In 1958, Frank completed the United States flight training program at NAS Pensacola, Florida and served as flight instructor. In the Navy he flew fighter aircraft AD and anti-submarine P2 and S2. He was in command of two units in the Intelligence Community. He also worked with Pan American World Airways Guided Missile Range Division. Frank received the National Defense Medal and Armed Forces Reserve Medal and retired as a Captain in 1987. He was an FAA commercial pilot with a multi-engine instrument rating. In 1967, Frank and his family moved to Signal Mountain, Tenn. During this time, he was Professor and Department Head for Management and Accounting at Chattanooga State until his retirement in 1990. He attended St. Timothys Episcopal Church where he was a Sunday school teacher and was active with the youth group. He served two terms on the vestry, was head of the outreach program and sang in the choir. He also served on the board of FACES. Franks main love was flying and later sailing, hiking, camping and traveling with his family. Frank is preceded in death by his parents, Frank Beamon Martin Sr. and Alene Johnson Martin of Atlanta. Frank is survived by his wife of 53 years, Judith Fields Martin; three children, Elizabeth Anne Martin, Frank Beamon Martin III (Brigette) and Amy M. Smith, all of Signal Mountain; five grandchildren, Elsie Caroline Martin (Jesse), Margaret Caroline Shipley, Stephen Lee Martin, Ella Catherine Shipley and Joseph Houston Martin; one great-grandchild, Maxwell Prince Cayce; brother and sister-in-law, Ronald Edward James and Harriett Fields James, of Fairfax, Va.; many great-nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at St. Timothys Episcopal Church on Signal Mountain. Friends are invited to visit at 1 p.m. before the service. The family would like to thank the Doctors and Nurses at CCU at Memorial Hospital for their expertise and compassion during his illness. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be given to the St. Timothys Outreach Program or the American Parkinson Disease Association. Arrangements are by Wann Funeral Home, Chattanooga, TN..." Contributed by tuckarb@comcast.net [13SEP2011]

Memorial Picture "...MARTIN, LCDR Merrill Keith...Shipmate PixCirca 1957...My father, LCDR Merrill Keith Martin, passed away June 24th, 1957. Dad served during WWII and the Korean Conflict. His last assignment was with VPB-54. I put up a page honoring my father on: Dedicated to the loving memory of our father......" Contributed by Dale Keith Martin martindale77@gmail.com [24NOV2017]

Memorial Picture "...MARTIN, YNC Tom...It is sad to report that YNC Thomas Martin (VU-2 and VXE-6), passed away last year..." Contributed by BARTSHE, Philip philydily@att.net [02SEP2016]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...MARTIN, Wayne L...My father, Wayne Lawrence Martin, passed away on January 7th, 2018. Dad served with VP-17 (12/1969-08/1971) as a P-3 pilot. Please see The family of Wayne Lawrence Martin Life Tributes Page..." Contributed by Eric Martin eric129@gmail.com [13JAN2018]

Memorial Picture "...MARTINEZ, Conrad Jr...My Father, Conrad Martinez, Jr., passed away January 2, 2013. Dad served with VP-ML-2 (05/1947-1952) and flew as a FE aboard the PBY. Dad left the Navy and was commissioned as a USAF pilot and flew (T-6G, T-28, T-33, F-84F, RF-8F, F-84, F-100, RB-57A and logged as much as 3,800) until his retirement as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1981..." Contributed by David C. Martinez dma0059@aol.com [12MAY2017]

Memorial Picture "...MASTERS, Robert L...My father, Robert L. Masters, was a LT(jg) and pilot in VP-207. He flew PBYs and PBMs out of NAS Pensacola, Florida. Dad died about 5 years ago, but shared a few fond memories of his Navy career with me. I recently came across his Flight Log Book and wanted to share some names and entries. The entries cover Oct. 1943 to Nov. 1945. Flight passengers include: O'Kelley, Hallmark, Olson, Clapp, Stahl, Swann, Griggs, Prose, Gott, Ratti, Pawding, McDougal, Lehman, Rutenbar, Brooks, Dodd, Tegel, and others. COs and OOs include: L.H. Williamson, R. Waters, B.J. Moynahan, W.E. Rasmus, G. Morrison, K.E. Wright. I once received an email from a man who believed he knew my dad back then but I lost his email address unfortunately. Craig Masters mediamaven2@yahoo.com..." [16MAR2007]

Memorial Picture "...MASTROLA, ARM3 Warren J...My father was an Aviation Radioman 3rd Class aboard a PBY Catalina. He was stationed at NAS Banana River, Florida at the very end of the war (1945). That was before he shortened his last name, so he was ARM3 Warren J. MASTROLA. My Dad passed away in 1989. I would like to hear from anyone who served with him in the Navy. Thanks...Warren Mass warrenmass@yahoo.com..." [E-Mail Updated 20JUN2016 | 06SEP2005]

Memorial Picture "...MATTHEWS, REAR ADMIRAL H. Spencer...Died on Tuesday, September 24, 2002. He was the first Naval Aviation Pilot (NAP) to be promoted to flag rank in the Navy. Born in Clarksville, Arkansas, on May 5, 1921. Following two years in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), he enlisted in the Navy on April 15, 1940. After "boot camp" training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Illinois, he was transferred to the Navy's fighter training Squadron FIVE at NAS Pensacola, Florida, (NAAS Saufley Field, Pensacola, Florida). In October 1940 he and his squadron were transferred to Miami, Florida, where they opened Naval Air Station, Opa Locka, Florida. Having won a state high school typing contest (120 wpm on a manual typewriter) he served as a yeoman striker until just before Pearl Harbor when he became aviation mechanics mate. His greatest promotion in his 33 years of naval service was when he sewed on that "crow" as AMM3c in August 1941. In November 1942, he commenced enlisted flight training in the 12th Bn. at the University of Georgia. He graduated number one in his class at the University of over 500 aviation cadets and about 40 enlisted pilot trainees. He received his wings of gold as a naval aviation pilot (AP1c) on August 15, 1942. Two weeks later he was promoted to Ensign. He completed operational training in the PBY-1 and the PB4Y-1 (Navy version of the B-24). In operational training he received a Navy Commendation for being the first student to complete the celestial navigation course with the perfect grade of 4.0. After the end of the war in Europe he became a test pilot at the Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. While there he became Naval Jet Aviator number 110. He was a graduate of the first test pilot class at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1947. After a tour in VP-5, flying PV-2s and P2V-1s he attended Tulane University in New Orleans. During his 22 months (six semesters) he received his B.S. degree, Phi Beta Kappa, and was awarded the Annual Glendy Burke Award as the most outstanding student in the field of mathematics, his major. He attended the Naval War College for one year in 1957-58, and in 1965 spent a summer at Oxford University in England. In 1951-2, he attended the Naval Postgraduate School, General Line Course where he graduated first in his class of 505 naval officers. He flew 50 combat missions in Europe in the PB4Y-1, was the assistant air boss on a CVE Salerno Bay during Korea, and served five combat tours in the Vietnam War (three aboard carriers on Yankee Station in the South China Sea, one as the commanding officer of an amphibious ship and one in country as Rear Admiral as the deputy commander of U.S. Navy Forces Vietnam and as the Vice Chief of the Vietnamese navy. In 1953 the Admiral transferred from patrol planes to carrier aircraft. As the executive officer he commissioned VA-76, 1955, in Air Task Group (Wing) 202. In 1955 and 1956 he was "Top Gun" at the Fleet Air Gunnery Unit (FAGU), El Centro, CA. His squadron VA-76, was in Air Group ONE on the first deployment of the Navy's first "Supercarrier", USS Forrestal (CVA-59). During his naval service the Admiral commanded: Attack Squdron 113, flying A4D-2s, (1957-8), Carrier Air Group TWO abord USS Midway (CVA-41), USS Hermitage (LSD-34), USS Independence (CVA-62), as a Rear Admiral the Naval Aviation Basic Training Command at NAS Pensacola, Florida, and as the deputy commander of Naval Forces in Vietnam and Vice Chief of the Vietnamese navy, commanded all USN and Vietnamese Riverine foreces in the "brown water navy" in Vietnam. From Vietnam he was transferred to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations where he became the first head of the Aviation Training Divisions and aircraft carrier division, where he was responsible for the major introduction of Flight Simulators into training commands and the fleet. He retired from the Navy in August 1973, after over 33 years naval service. During his 33 years service the Admiral, while enlisted, was a Plane Captain on the O3U-1, F4B-4, F2F and F3F, F2A, BTD, BT2D. TBD. NJ-1 and SBC-3&4. As a naval aviator, he flew the N2S, SNV, SNJ, P2Y, PBY-1, PB4Y and 2, Spitfire (England), F8F-1, BT2D-1, YP-59A (1st navy jet), AD, F2H (Banshee), F9F-8, FJ-4B. F4H-1 Phantom, A4D, and his last carrier landing was in the F4H-1 Phantom at night aboard USS Midway in WESPAC, in 1963. His 36 medals and awards include: the Distinguished Service Medal (v), the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star (v), 11 Air Medals, both the JCS and Navy Commendation Medals, and 12 Foreign Medals, including the highest awards given by South Vietnam and Cambodia. The Admiral almost avoided being in an aircraft accident during his service, but not quite! His Army command helicopter (warrant officer pilot) crashed into the Mekong River in Vietnam when the engine failed on take off from one of his fire bases in the Delta of Vietnam. After leaving the Navy in 1973, the Admiral ran a congressional office (offices in D.C. and Florida) until 1979. He was a consultant to Martin Marietta Corporation from 1979 to 1991. He was the president of four small companies he founded in D.C., Florida and Louisiana. He served on the Board of Directors on two corporations, The Naval Mutual Aid Association, a trustee on the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation, and was on the boards of four charitable foundations. The Admiral lived in Falls Church, Virginia. He is survived his wife, Diane Ford Matthews; daughters and sons-in-law, Kathryn and Graham Lovering of Cornwall, England; Patricia and James R. Miller of Annapolis, Maryland, and Anne and Marios Karpis of Atlanta, Georgia; step-daughter and her husband, Allison Ford and Michael Spagna of New Haven, Connecticut; grandsons, Calvin Matthews, Jonathan Matthews, James Russell Miller, Aaron Davies, Christos Matthew Karpis and Alexander Spencer Karpis; and sisters, Lynn Dempster, Alice Gardner, Jo Marie Sikes, and Juanita Edwards, all of Sikeston, Missouri. Memorial services will be held with full military honors on November 4, 2002 at 1 p.m. at Fort Myer Chapel, Arlington, Virginia. Inurnment will follow at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation, Athletic and Scholarship, 25 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401. On Tuesday, September 24, 2002, H. SPENCER MATTHEWS, JR., of Falls Church, VA. He is survived his wife, Diane Ford Matthews; daughters and sons-in-law, Kathryn and Graham Lovering of Cornwall, England; Patricia and James R. Miller of Annapolis, MD, and Anne and Marios Karpis of Atlanta, GA; step-daughter and her husband, Allison Ford and Michael Spagna of New Haven, CT; grandsons, Calvin Matthews, Jonathan Matthews, James Russell Miller, Aaron Davies, Christos Matthew Karpis and Alexander Spencer Karpis; and sisters, Lynn Dempster, Alice Gardner, Jo Marie Sikes, and Juanita Edwards, all of Sikeston, MO. Memorial services will be held with full military honors on November 4, 2002 at 1 p.m. at Fort Myer Chapel, Arlington, VA. Inurnment will follow at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation, Athletic and Scholarship, 25 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401..." http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/hsmatthews.htm [21JUN2003]

Memorial Picture "...MATTON, CAPTAIN W. G. History Thumbnail ...In February, 1941 Captain Matton received his commission upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy. After serving two years on USS WASHINGTON, he was awarded his Naval Aviator wings in November, 1943. Following a tour as a flight instructor, he became Executive Officer in 1945, of Photo Squadron 4 (VD-4) which was engaged in mapping operations of post World War II China. Captain Matton was later to serve as an intelligence officer on the staff of CINCLANTFLT, as Executive Officer of VP-24 and then to attend the U. S. Naval War College. In June, 1951 he commenced a tour of duty with the Central Intelligence Agency and then served as Executive Officer of the USS CORREGIDOR. In April, 1954 he took command of VP-5 which won the CNO Safety Award in fiscal year 1955. Captain Matton then went to the U. S. Naval Photographic Center as Executive Officer and to Commander, Fleet Air Wings, Atlantic as Assistant Chief of Staff for Readiness. Captain Matton was on the faculty of the Armed Forces Staff College from 1960 to 1962. Captain Matton was Commanding Officer USS DENEBOLA from August 1962 to August 1963 and then Commanding Officer of the Naval Reconnaissance and Technical Support Center until December 1965. He was Commander FAW-2 from February 1966 until May 1967 and FAW-2 received the Navy Unit Commendation during this period. Prior to his retirement in 1968 he was Deputy Inspector General, CINCLANTFLT. Captain Matton died in July 1992..." WebSite: USS Denebola (AF-56) http://www.ussdenebola.org/CommandingOfficers/Commanding%20Officers.htm [24APR2007]

Memorial Picture "...MATTSON, PR3 Warren P...My father, Warren P. Mattson, served with VU-2 NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Dad enlisted in 1947 and served from February 1951 to December 1954. He often spoke of his time there. I wish that he know of this site before we lost him 12 January 2010..." Contributed by Richard W. Mattson rickmatt@comcast.net [05MAY2011]

MAAS, Gerhart gmaas@cfl.rr.com "...I served with VP-22 (NAV/TACCO) from 1975 to 1978, VP-31 (Instructor) from 1978 to 1981, VP-50 (TACCO) from 1985 to 1987 and retired in 1995 after 23 years..." [E-Mail Updated 11MAY2010 | 14AUG99]

MAAS, AW1 Steve "NO ECHO" smaas@spaceelectronics.com "...I served with VP-4 from Aug. '68-Jan. '71. NAS Iwakuni, Japan, Viet-Nam, NAS Adak, Alaska, Guam, Midway and all points West. Looking for members of Crew 10 "Mac's Marauders" and Crew 12 "Cubby's Cherubs," Lt. MacDaniels and McCreedy respectively..." [06JAN99]

MAASS, Richard c/o his son Douglas Maass maass@aol.com "...His name is Richard Maass (please note spelling--MAASS). He served as an ARM 1/C in VPB-63 from 1942 to 1945, based first in Jacksonville, Charlotte and Key West. From 1/44 to 7/45 he was in the Utility Squadron out of Port Lyautey, Morocco and participated in the invasion of southern France, between St. Maxime and St. Raphael, attached to the Free French Naval Air Group (he spoke French). Dad is quite ill and might like to hear from any shipmates or crew. I can forward any messages to him. Many thanks...I'm sorry to report that my father, Richard Maass passed away Sept. 10, 1998...My late father, Richard Maass, flew in PBY5-As in VP-76 from 1942 to 1946 as an Aviation Radioman First Class. He was stationed in NAS Jacksonville, Florida and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco and served with the Free French forces in the invasion of southern France. I'd love to hear from anyone who flew with him during that period. I have his Aviator's Flight Log Book in which he recorded 685.9 hours of flight time and the names of his pilots. One of his passengers was Secretary of the Navy Forrestal..." [BIO Updated 28AUG2000 | BIO Updated 15JUL98 | 05DEC98]

MACAULAY, ATC(AW) D. A. xpc01dmac@erols.com"...1985 thru 1990, AT3-AT2, full systems "I" level Tech. P-3A/B at AIMD..."

MACCARONE, George Jr. Hellcat_0645@att.net "...I served with VP-49 as a photo officer during the 1970 deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, so I am very familiar with the ramp photo of the VP-49 P-3Cs. I was also a proud member of "Grady's Gorillas," the first crew of the BUNO: 157318..." [07MAR2003]

MACCIO, Chris Chris_Maccio@ryder.com "...I served with ASWOC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal from 1976-1979. Would like to hear from old Shipmates like Don Flowers, Dave Vasquez, Don Ensminger, etc., and get caught up on the last 25 years!..." [28FEB2003]

MACDONALD, AW Dan dmaia@aol.com "...I was an AW with VP-17 between 1970 and 1972. I flew with Crew 2 as the JEZ operator. The only deployment I made was to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. In 1969 I went to Millington, Tennessee for basic training and A School. From there is was on to training in Southern Califronia, near Huntington Beach but I can't remember the name of that old Naval Air Station. Eventually I was shipped to San Diego for SERE School and then NAS Moffett Field, California. I had a lot of great times with my Shipmates in VP-17 while we lived in Hawaii, off base from NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. After the Navy I went on to college and eventually became an architect. My Navy experience definately changed my life. Say "Hello" if you remember me..." [09SEP2003]

MacDONALD, AMS3 Craig mrtiptop1943@aol.com "...I served with VP-18 (20DEC66-18DEC67)..." [13NOV2014]

MacDONALD, TM1 James macdonaldjc@att.net "...I served with FASRON-11 (1956-1958) in the Advanced Undersea Weapons Unit 0411. Our shop was located on the Marine Side of the base close to the U-2 Hanger..." [09MAR2014]

MacDONALD, YN2 Jim stoney_usmvmcmn@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-19 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1967 to 1969 as a Yoeman 2nd Class. VP-19 in 1968 was the Best of the Best. We won the Battle Effiency "E" for the Seventh Fleet and the Arnold J. Izbell trophy for Aircraft Maintenance and many other awards. We flew mission after mission looking for the USS Pueblo when it was captured by North Korea. This group of men did their duty under a super Commander Frank Barker. I was shocked that NAS Moffett Field, California and VP-19 were disestablished. God Bless my squadron. The U.S. owes them and all service personnel their support NOW MORE THAN EVER. Has anyone seen EJ Dragger we were in VP-19 in 1968 and 1969?..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 02DEC2006 | 19MAY2004]

MacDONALD, AT3 Malcolm F. mcmac@cheshire.net "...Served in VS-26 from 03/51 to 04/52. My rate was AT3. Any shipmates out there, particularly any that remember that Arctic Cruise..." [18MAR2002]

MacDONALD, ADC(CAC) Murdoch A. "Scotty" Retired murdokay@whidbey.net "...I served with (Maintenance and Crewman) VD-1 PB4Y-1 10/44-12/45 NAAS Camp Kearny, California and WesPac, VPB-123 PB4Y-2 03/46-08/46 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, VPB-120 PB4Y-2 09/46-03/47 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, VP-25 PB4Y-2 06/48-11/49 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, VP-61 PB4Y-1 11/49-06/51 NAS Miramar, California and NOTS PB4Y-2 (Test Bed) 09/52-01/54 NAS China Lake, California. Would like to make contact with any shipmates who served with me..." [12OCT2005]

MACEY, Paul pmacey1999@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-31 and VP-50 from January 15, 1977 to December 21, 1978. Aas I look back now, those were some great days..." [22DEC2006]

MacFARLANE, ABH3 Bill namandwrm2@myfairpoint.net "...I served with VP-26 (12/1960-12/1964)..." [BIO Updated 03APR2013 | 31MAR2013]

MacGILLIVRAY, Colin cxmax@seacoast.com "...I was a photographer with VP-23 while it was in Miame. I was a photograper with VP-23 when it was in Miami, Fl. and then moved with the squadron to NAS Brunswick, Maine 1950 to 1954. Happy days for sure. Many wonderful memorys. Its exciting to think that one of my old buddys might see this and drop an e-mail..." [02OCT98]

MACHIN, AD2 Todd A. ta.machin@smmpa.org "...I served in VP-31 79-84 then VP-50 '84-87 a ground ponder in both squadrons, maybe the best mech 50 ever saw! I got hurt in a bad m/c crash after we got back from the '87 deployment and got out in fall 88. I live in Iowa now and am operations supt. in a 23 megawatt power plant, still wrenching! any old shipmates remember me get in touch!...I was in VP-50 from 1984-1988. I made both the 1985 and 1987 deployments. I would like to contact any of my old squadron mates I'm also looking for a cruise book from the 1987 trip. No one brought mine to the hospital when I got hurt!..." [E-Mail Updated 02OCT2000 | 22MAY2000 | 01MAR99]

MACHONGA, David E. DSLEJ@aol.com "...Greetings to all. Enlisted at NAS Glenview, Illinois Dec. 72. Went active Mar,73 (Basic Training). Checked on board VP-64, NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 19Jul73 to 31Oct76. Transferred to NAS Glenview, Illinois, (TAD to VP-90) 3Dec76 to 21Aug79. Then tranfered to VP-90 from 28Aug79 to 14Nov84. Then sent down the hall to VP-60 from 21Nov84 to 30Apr91. Reported to AIMD NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 1Jun91 and retired 31Aug93. It wasn't just a job it was an adventure..." [26JUL98]

MacKENZIE, John fjbm2000@icloud.com "...I served with VP-49 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I was the only one in NAS Jacksonville, Florida to make Sensor Station One Operator as an Airman. I am currently a Catholic Priest serving in the Diocese of Manchester, NH..." [06MAY2015]

MACK, Donald F. MAILMANMACK@MSN.COM "...I was a member of the Blue Goose Squadron (VP-22) Crew 12 the porkers from 1975 - 1977, also with the Sandiman (VQ-2) from 1982 - 1988 and 1991 - 1994, and with projects VPU-1. It was an enjoyable and rewarding time with the ORION..." [10OCT2002]

MACK, AT3 James "Mac" jamesjmack@gmail.com "....I served with VP-49 (1989-1993) as a IFT with the World Famous "Smokin' Joe Camel Crew", VP-60 at NAS Glenview, Illinois, VP-64 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and VP-94 at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 18SEP2014 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 18APR2005 | E-Mail Updated 28MAR2004 | 22MAY99]

MACK, Nekoma yummie730@yahoo.com "...I had a great time over there, I have made so many friends in the short amount of time that I was there. I met a great friend that I'll always remember. I'm attached to VP-10 and while we were over there our squadron made VP history. Thank NAS Sigonella, Sicily for all of your support and loyalty. Hope to see you guys again..." [15DEC99]

MACKER, Joseph Duane transformer187@yahoo.com "...Just seeing what the boys at VP-65 are doing I miss being there..." [17MAR2005]

MACKEY, Calvin mad_dog009@yahoo.com "...I was an AT in VP-5 from latter part of 76 to 80. I made deploments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Bermuda. Would like to hear from old Shipmates, especially Jody Harkness, John Flavel, Tom Devine, or Bob Kauffman. Would like to hear from all of you guys and gals all to many to name. Special note to Lane Judd have not been able to raise you in a while drop me a line. Look forward to rekindling old friendships and as always VP Navy THE ONLY WAY TO FLY..." [26APR2001]

MACKEY, ADR1 Frank c/o his son John Mackey xariahfer@aol.com "...Was a Flight Engineer with VW-11 and VW-13 in Argentia from 1960-1964 and then assigned to VW-1 from early 1969-1971..." [31JAN98]

MACKEY, John xariahfer@aol.com "...spent time at the Volcano club of Ascension Island with VX-1 while I was flying as a radio operator on the EC-135's (ARIA) out of Wright-Patterson..." [31JAN98]

MACKIE, CDR Steven C. Retired vamackies@msn.com "...I served with VP-48 (1984-1988) as 1st LT, Maintenance Admininistration Office, Schedules Officer and NFO NATOPS and flew as a NAVCOMM and TACO Blue Card Instructor and Mission Commander. I later went on to serve as a Company Officer at the U.S. Naval Academy; Flag Secretary at Commander, Icelend Defense Force; Department Head, VP-5, Director, Tactical Support Center Brunswick; Combat Systems Officer, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69); Navy Marine Corps Intranet Branch Head, CNO Staff before retiring as a Commander in Sep 1990. I now run a small IT services business out of Springfield, VA..." [29DEC2010]

MacMURCHY, Rick ricklynmac@aol.com "...I was in VP-23 form 1989 - 1992. I was PPC of World Famous CAC-03 "Flying Pigs" during our NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment (1991-1992). I'd love to hear from any fellow Seahawks and especially any fellow "Pigs."..." [E-Mail Updated 27AUG2005 | 03AUG99]

MacNEIL, AT1 R. W. lotlot66@prodigy.net "...I served with VQ-2 (1972-1975) and flew as an Electronic Warfare OPerator (EWOP) on Crew-23. I also worked in the AT Shop and then Training Department..." [28FEB2012]

MACYGIN, AD1(NAC) Michael R. Retired Shipmate Pix michael@macygin.com "...US Navy from November 1975 thru October 1995. Served in Patrol Squadron Five-Six (VP-56) from 1978 thru 1984 and Patrol Squadron Four Seven (VP-47) from 1987 thru 1990 as P-3 Flight Engineer. I'm interested in hearing from any of my former Shipmates..." WebSite: http://www.macygin.com/ [25APR2000]

MADDALENA, Joe joem@score.com joemadd@aol.com"...I was an NFO with VP-19 '86-'89. I currently work with NAVY flight crews on a daily basis and come in contact with VP-19 shipmates occasionally..." WEBSITE: http://members.aol.com/joemadd/home.html

MADDOCK, PN2 Greg "Maddie" Retired ptrbltdrvr_2000@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 from October 1991 to May 1995 with 2 deployments to NAS Misawa, Japan and NSF Diego Garcia. I made alot of great friends, Bret Pearson, Bruce McVicar, Ken Levesque, Julie LaBelle. If I have forgotten anyone I am sorry. Hope this finds all former squadronmates in the best of health. I have been looking for Stacey Stewart and Steph Taylor. Anyone having knowledge of their whereabouts please email me. Hope all is well in the land of Aloha!..." [BIO Updated 09OCT2005 | 22AUG2001]

MADDEN, Bob bobmadden11@netscape.net "...I served with VJ-61 from 1952 to 1953..." [05JAN2009]

MADDOX, APM1 Rowland rowmadox@mac.com "...I served aboard the USS Pocomoke (AV-9) (1943-1945) in the V-Division (Aviation Ordnance). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [29APR2012]

MADDUX, LCDR Dick "...I was attached to VP-47 from the early 1970's. I did an NAS Adak, Alaska tour and the NAS Agana, Guam NAS Moffett Field, California rotation. I am now retired from the Navy Reserves and a Captain for a major airline. Just wanted to say HI!..." [12FEB99]

MADERA, MCPO David "Maddog" maderadj@vfa-87.navy.mil "...Stumbled across the VP pages and enjoyed reading up on VP blasts from the past. Mac Stuecklen of VXN-8 late eighties days, I AM still in the Navy and probably will be for life (you called it). I am a greyhead Mad Senior Chief now. I served with VP-44 from 1983-1985, VXN-8 from 1986-1989, VQ-2 EP-3Es from 1990-1992, VX-1 from 1993-1996, Tomcats and Hornets having been taking my blood for the past three squadrons. I am currently heading to sea on the TUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Retiring out of P-3's has a good ring. Incidently VXN-8ers, Master Chief Mike Smith (Smitty) of VXN-8 aircrew is the CAG 8 Master Blaster. Still a Hellcat. Young Lucky Lucien (ATAN of VXN-8) just checked in yesterday, a seasoned AT1 ready to take over things. Small World. CDR Gore, I still recall that dance under the mistletoe (does she?). Good VP days..." [18NOV2002]

MADERE, PO3 Antoine J. a.madere13@fuse.net "...I served with VP-45 from July 1966 until August 1967 as an E-4 line mechanic..." [17DEC2007]

MADERE, AW2 Tom tmadere@bellsouth.net "...I served as a AW2 Sonar Operator on P2's with VP-94 from its inception in 1970 until March 1971. Prior to that it was reserve squadron VP-821..." [05MAY2003]

MADEROS, LT Jules Shipmate Pix Circa OCS Graduation c/o His Son Matthew Maderos mmaderos@gmail.com "...I was wondering if any Shipmates from VP-42 can help my Dad. (LT Jules Maderos) track down LT P. J. DUNNE who were both in VP-42 from 63-66. Thanks!..." [E-Mail Updated 20APR2009 | 17JUN2001]

MADGETT, ATC(AW) Steve Ret. BULLETT437@AOL.COM "...VP-24 72-74, VP-45 77-80, 84-87, and VP-30 80-84. Saw some old friends here would like to see more..."

MADISON, Doug dodimadison@email.msn.com "...I served from May 960 to July 961 when I went active duty. I served for 39 months aboard the U.S.S.Bennington (CVS-20)..." [18MAR2001]

MAGALIS, CAPTAIN Rick Retired rmagalis@aol.com "...Enlisted 1963 to 1964, NAVCAD 1964 to 1965 (Commissioned and Winged December 1965), VP-24 from 1966 to 1968, Seaboard World Airlines 1968 to 1970, VP-30 1970 to 1974, USS Independence CV-62 ANav 1974 to 1976, Degree Completion Program 1976 to 1978, VP-44 1978 to 1981, PATWINGSLANT 1981, VT-31 1981 to 1983, COMFAIRKEF ASW Ops O 1983 to 1985, Naval War College 1985 to 1989, CO Rice University NROTC 1989 to 1991, Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc., Royal Saudi Navy Program 1991 to present..." [30DEC98]

MAGAN, Chris chris.magan357@gmail.com "...I served VP-5 (1987-1990), VP-50 (1990-1992), Ocean-O Instructor Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational Training Group Pacific Fleet(FASOTraGruPac) (1992-1994) and CPRW-10 (1994-1996). I am currently a Senior Toxicologist working for the Navy at Bangor, WA..." [13DEC2018]

MAGEE, DPC Chris Retired dpcusnavyret@webtv.net "...On this Memorial Day I think of all the Shipmates I served with in the past. One in particular stands out in my mind. I was scanning the "Memorial to Lost VP Shipmates" and could not locate the incident which I think occurred in 78 or 79 (?). A P-3 out of NAS Brunswick, Maine was lost. I was assigned to the ASWOC/TSC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal 74-76. I worked for LCDR William Francis Dupont. I am sure I read where he was a crewmember on the lost P-3. He was a great Naval Officer and Gentleman. I think of him often, and especially on this Memorial Day. I have nothing but fond memories of my association with members of the VP Community..." [28MAY2001]

MAGEE, Tom tmagee317@sbcglobal.net "...I served with Airborne Early Warning Training Unit Atlantic (AEWTULAnt), Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific (AEWBarRonPac) and VP-30 (1965-1968) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland as an Instructor. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 24APR2018 | 28DEC97]

MAGERS, Harvey hlm48mus@hotmail.com "...I served with VX-8 and was with them when they were redesignated VXN-8. It was a great squadron. The base gave us the name "Lazy 8" which I thought that was funny. I hope the rest of the frevious men have had a good life. Thank you and God Bless..." [04JUL2009]

MAGERS, AB3 Richard E. oldarmycsm@netzero.net "...I served with VP-28 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1957 to 1958. I deployed with advance party to NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands with Task Force 7.2. Promotions were slooooow for non technical types so I decided to get out and joined the Army three weeks later. Twenty seven years later retired as a Command Sergeant Major (E-9). I spent Army time as a Drill Sergeant and Infantryman with three tours in Vietnam. Proud that at functions were the Service Songs/Hymns are played I can stand twice. B.F. Snyder, TMC was Ground Crew Chief..." [E-Mail Updated 04JAN2011 | 11FEB2010]

MAGGARD, AE3(AC) Paul westie@pond.net "...VW-1 1964 -1965. I believe we were the first Navy land based squadron into nam in1965? I flew 780hrs in the Willie Victor in that area . Still have the squadron book..." [14NOV98]

MAGIDOW, Harold c/o His Son-In-Law Richard J.Ziccard RZ9BALL@aol.com "...Served with VPB-200 while stationed at MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii..." [03APR2000]

MAGNIFICO, Carl J. SgtMaggit@worldnet.att.net "...Enlisted in USNR in April '61 with VP-834 out of NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York. In November of that year our Squadron was combined with VP-832 and recalled to active duty RE: Cuban Crisis. Deployed to NAS Jacksonville, Florida and was redesignated VP-62 then deployed to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, rigging the Ships carrying the missles into that country. Discharged from active duty in August '62 and remained in active reserves. Was in XO LtCdr Simkin's crew as radio operator, Radar, ECM, and later as TACCO. Discharged from USNR in '70. Like to hear from fellow Shipmates. Have Law Enforcement page URL http://www.angelfire.com/nj/CopperMine..." [20MAY99]

MAGRAW, John abeech90l@aol.com "...I served with VP-6 Crew 11 from 1968-1971 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Any info on my FE AE1 D. K. Hughes would be appreciated. I would also like to get a squadron patch and would like to obtain a model of a SP5B Martin Marlin from my time in VP-48..." [E-Mail Updated 06APR2005 | 05JUL99]

MAGRINO, Vinny bigv106@aol.com "...I served with VP-2 from 1963 to 1966..." [02NOV2009]

MAGRUDER, Donald (Mac) magcon@webtv.net "...VP-22 1959-1961. Crewed aboard QA7. Was an AE3 and operated ECM. Will never forget riding on my "magic carpet" as foreward bow observer in the nose of the P2V-5F. Had some wild "Mr. Roberts" liberties on Hotel St., NAS Iwakuni, Japan and NAS Atsugi, Japan with Shipmates..." [15JAN2000]

MAGSAMEN, Al alandwendy@hotmail.com "...VP-2 P2V-7, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington; 1956-1957; Flight Crew Plane Captain (AD3 - AD2 VP-40 P5M-2, NAS North Island, San Diego, California; 1966-1967; PowerPlants & Flight Crew Plane Captain (AD1-ADRC) VP-40 P-3B, NAS Moffett Field, California; 1967-1969; Flight Crew Flight Engineer & Squadron NATOPS engineer (ADRC). Retired: 1986, Presently serving with Christian Missionary Organization called "Mercy Ships"..." [26MAY99]

MAHAFFEY, Sterry D. Sr. otetz@aol.com "...I was in VP-6 from 1947-49. I would appreciate hearing from my old 'mates!..." [07FEB98]

MAHALEY, Francis "Mo" c/o His Daughter Kathleen Brown happytail2003@yahoo.com "...Hi, Is there anyone out there from the Screaming - O - Four (VP-104)? I know some of you have computers, & others don't. I'am the daughter of Francis Mahaley (Mo) would like to hear from everyone, pics, & that know him. Tell me what he was like in WW2. I will answer everyone. PLEASE WRITE. is still living today in a hospital in Jacksonville, Fla. At the age old 98 years old he is still doing well he just doesn't remember to well now. What he does remember is some of the stories from WW2 - that he love so much. If you care to write to me about him please do..." [BIO Updated 24JUN2011 | E-Mail Updated 24AUG2001 | E-Mail Updated 05DEC99 | 19MAY98]

MAHAN, AMH1 John D. johnmahan@harbor-towers.net "...I served with VP-30 (1980-1984) and VP-22 (1984-1988) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [18APR2019]

MAHL, Scottie sjmahl@alltel.net "...Served with VP-24 as a FE from 1992 to decom (1995). Had many interesting moments, both on the ground and in the air. I'd like to hear from the many people associated with those moments. what's up hippies from the past, "Gone Fishing"? PEACE..." [22MAR2000]

MAHON, Everitt "Little Willie" emahon@satx.rr.com "...Attended Recruit Training at NAS North Island, San Diego, California and reported to VP-61 at NAS Miramar, California (Carpenter Shop in the 1st LT's Division), VP-892 at NAS Alameda, California with a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and VP-50 NAS Alameda, California with a deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan in 1953. I took an early out in November 1954 and attended UT-Austin graduating in 1957. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 18OCT2009 | 16OCT2009]

MAHON, CAPT Richard B. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=341 "...CAPT Richard B. Mahon, USN - NFL Number: 341 - Date of Birth: 3/10/1928 - Date In: 9/7/1945 - Date Out: 6/30/1978 - City, State: Basye, VA - School Attended: Univ Mississippi - Aircraft Flown: PB4Y-2, P2V-5F, P4M-1, P2V, SNJ - Ship or Unit: VP-9, CO, OP-05A and USS Shangri-La, Nav. - Pilot Desg.: Patrol Plane Cdr - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: Vietnam - Associations/Service Organizations: Assn of Nav Aviation Nav Av Museum Fdn Flying Midshipmen Tailhook Assn U.S. Naval Institute - Highest personal decoration or award: Navy Commend. Med.-2 - Significant Achievements: No accidents, no flight violations Member Lions International. Served at OPNAV & BuWeps in Washington, DC. CO VP-9; CVA-38; 6,000+ flight hours. In Memoriam? No..." [09DEC2005]

MAHONEY, Bob c/o David Williams esa_3x@bellsouth.net "...Served with VPB-116 from mid 1944 to war's end. Bob was a belly gunner who saw action at Iowa Jima and holds the Distinguished Flying Cross. Bob's never been to a Reunion and has had no contact with any veterans of his unit since the end of WW II. Bob is 83 and in good health and would love to hear from any former Shipmates..." [23JUL2008]

MAHONEY, Jack G. c/o His Daughter Kathleen Denning katlee54@aol.com "...I am looking for anyone who remembers my dad Jack G. Mahoney. He was in VPB-108. He was a Bow Gunner in the "Super Snooper." He has mentioned Andy Anderson, Tom Idle, John Hawkins, Jimmy Collins and Nick Henz and I know there are alot more. I sure would like to make contact with anyone who was over in the Pacific with my dad. I would love to get you in contact with him. He'd enjoy talking to you. Plese e-mail me if you know him. Thank you..." [26JAN2002]

MAHONEY, William Matthew c/o his son Mike Mahoney mahone@wn.com.au "...I am trying to trace the history of my father, William Matthew Mahoney b Jan 1918 whose history is believed to be this: Navy regular, was a Pearl Harbour when Japs attacked, Rear Gunner for Catalinas, possibly in VP-21 Squadron or VP-22 Squadron, Moved to Perth Western Australia early 1942 with other squadrons and was reformed as VP-101. Operated from Perth then to Phillipines, at end of war was a Chief Petty Officer. Believed to have died in Jacksonville Florida 1968/1969. If anyone knows anthing of his service history and any personal details such as children, please let me know..." [E-Mail Updated 08DEC99 | 27APR98]

MAHOOD, Richard W. kitcl@fiber-net.com "...I was stationed with VP-10 in NAS Brunswick, Maine from April 1953 until Jan 1957. Anybody out there?..." [08JUL98]

MAIFELD, Joe 1gadawg@bellsouth.net "...Was a memeber of the Mad Foxes (VP-5) in 1980 and 1981. Joined the squadron during mid-deployment in NAS Bermuda and made the tour to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I would like to hear from any comrades..." [09JAN2000]

MAIKAI, AFCM Bill Retired maikaiwk@valleyint.com "...Howzit folks long time no hear! I served with VP-17 73-77, VP-22 80-84, VP-31 84-88, and VP-22 88-92. My best tours were being a Blue Goose. I had lots of good fun and you guys and gals I served with made the VP Navy one heck of a time. I laugh alot just thinking how crazy I was. I live in Washington State and retired in 93. I hope to hear from you folks..." [E-Mail Updated 29NOV99 | 13MAY98]

MAIN, Homer Retired homermain@cox.net "...I served with FASRON-101 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from April 1951 until July 1953. I was in the radar shop in hanger 3. I was an ATAN when I arrived and was AT2 when I left. I would like to hear from anyone who remembers me..." [24NOV2004]

MAIN, AM3 Tharon R. usspineisland@aol.com "...I served aboard the USS Pine Island (AV-12) from August 1952 to October 1954. I worked in the Aviation Metal Shop but spent the last few months as a Master-At-Arms under Chief Ward. I would very much like to make contact with anyone serving aboard the ship during this time period..." [16JUL2003]

MAINS, Doug dmains@hsc.unt.edu "...I served with VP-26 Special Projects from 1976 to 1978 before it was desginated VPU-1 . I would like to hear from fellow "Old Buzzards" and swap some sea stories..." {E-Mail Updated 13JUL98]


MAITEN, Renita M. maifo4@bellsouth.net "...I served in VP-49 from 1988 until 1992. I still reside in Jacksonville, Fl. with my family and would love to heard from the Airframes/Corrosion crew who served during the adventurous years as I did..." [26FEB2000]

MAJESKY, Ed emajesky@gmail.com "...I served with HSL-30, VP-49, Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational (FASO) Det NAS Jacksonville, Florida, VP-23, VX-1 and out. Currently Mission Systems Test Lead on the P-8 Acoustic Subsystem..." [15APR2014]

MAKOWSKI, AW3 Keith (ski) checkmated4u@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-44 from 1973 to 1976. I would like to hear from any of my fellow Shipmates during that period..." [02DEC2002]

MALBON, Robert rmalbon@verizon.net "...I served with VP-24 (1983-1985)..." [22JUL2011]

MALDONADO, Joe whispers1227@yahoo.com "...I served VQ-1 from 1965 to 1967 (got hurt during the NS Sangley Point, Philippines Detachment then got wounded July 17, 1967 during a FASU/NSA DaNang, Republic of Vietnam rocket attack) and VP-40 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California from 1967 to 1968..." [BIO Updated 18MAY2009 | 17MAY2009]

MALDONADO, DP3 Kathy (WHITNEY) kathyw1961@msn.com "...I served with VP-31 as a DP3 from 1979 at 1981 and COMTHRDFLT at NAS Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii from 1981 to 1983. I currently live in Oregon and teach Elementary School. I have a daughter in the Naval Reseves and a son attending the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland..." [24JUN2009]

MALIES, YN1 Donna donna.malies@eglin.af.mil "...I was stationed at VX-4 between 1989-1991, I was YNSN/YN3/and a frocked YN2. I went on two detachments to Key West. I worked at OTA for one year, then move to admin department, with YNSN Torresskerrett, and YN1 Tirado (Now CWO3). Would love to hear from anyone..." [02SEP2001]

MALINCHALK, AT1 Joe Retired jmalinchalk@gmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (1981-1985), NRL (1985-1989), VXN-8 (1990-1992) and retired in 1995. I went to work for Disney as an Electronic Technician and Manager until my retirement in 2015. Loflin Zawacki and the rest of the party animals shoot me an email..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 15SEP2017 | 13MAR99]

MALINSKI, John johnmalinski01@msn.com "...Served with the U. S. Customs. Brough back a lot of good times with a lot of great people..." [26JAN2002]

MALLETTE, ADR3 James R. Mallette jjmallette1@juno.com "...I served from 1960-1964. Went to A school in NAS Memphis, Tennessee MEM then to VAW-33 till discharged. I was air intelligence PO and flew aircrew in AD5-Q later called EA1-5Q. I went on two or three Med cruises aboard USS Saratoga, USS Independence, was also aboard USS Enterprse just before she went on world cruise. Might have been during the Cuban missile blockade. That was exciting, sitting on cat engine running waiting to launch. Would like to know if there is still anybody around who lived out on Lake Ponsset. Do we ever have any Reunions?..." [12NOV2002]

MALLON, Donald E. Don-Norms@dellnet.com "...I served with VP-40 as Patrol Plane Commander In 1954-1956. The squadron was stationed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California and NS Sangley Point, Philippines during this period. Our patrols covered much of the South China Sea. If there is anyone who was with VP-40 during this era it would be fun to swap stories about Caviti City, PI and other places!..." [19MAR2000]

MALLORY, AT2 Jay Rangeley97@aol.com "...I was stationed in NAS Brunswick, Maine from May 1961 thru May 1964 attached to VP-11. I was an AT-2, first radio operator, assigned to Ashleaf 7, 9LBY, #148397 (almost the last P2V ever manufactured). Flew our butts of during the blockade of Cuba in 1962. Had deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and NS Rota, Spain. Some crew members were LTCR Ray Gaul, LT Ralph Drews, LT Meeks, Brad Case AO, Mike McCorkle, "Frenchy" (engineer), Jim Schuett, and a guy with the last name of Cox who smoked cigars and chewed the butts for flavor... Anyone around that era?..." [12FEB2001]

MALLEY, AO2 Patrick pmmalley@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-23 (1970-1972) at NAS Brunswick, Maine with deployments to NS Rota, Spain and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I am currently married and living in N.J. Was crew member on plane with Art SULLIVAN, Carl DINGY and Chief Ken ALSOP. Does any else remember this crew?..." [03DEC2019]

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MALONE, AO Jack irish.jpm@verizon.net "...Served with VP-23 as an AO from 1953-1955 ( NAS Brunswick, Maine, NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR..." [E-Mail Updated 27DEC2002 | BIO Updated 11OCT2000 | 02OCT2000]

MALONEY, Michael firemanmikenb@gmail.com "...I served with VQ-1 (1982 to 1985). I had some great times on and off the island. I am a Firefighter (23 years) with the city of Newbritain, CT and loving every minute of it. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [15SEP2010]

MALONEY, LT Tom TMALONEY@worldnet.att.net"...I'm a former "Bull" Ensign from VP-10 and really appreciated seeing a portion of your page dedicated to Irv Glick. My shipmates and I pulled many a prank in his name while I was in the squadron. I am currently an instructor pilot in VT-31 in Corpus Christi, Texas..."

MALONEY, William "Boston" vp30aswan@hotmail.com "...I miss being in touch with my old VP-30 squadron when we we're in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Miss those days of waiting for SP to clear deer off of runway.....whhoooooah..." [25AUG2008]

MALSCH, Richard malschd@firstweber.com "...I was stationed at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 1960 to 1962, remembering Olongapo very well, and the Sea Wolf Bar..." [09MAR2007]

MALTA, Anthony J. ajmalta@earthlink.net "...Joined VP-8 for two years active duty (USNR) as SN in 1958 when it was based at NAS NAS Chincoteague, Virginia., flying P2V-5s. Duty in the boondocks; best and nearest liberty was Crisfield, Md. where one could at least get a decent seafood dinner. An office type, I served with the squadron as education yeoman, and flew as observer/nosegunner in the gunless front nose seat every chance I could get; generally with Lt(j.g.) McArdle in plane LC5 -- he from Detroit area and would often get required flight time in by flying to NAS Grosse ILE, Michigan on weekend trips when he was off. Made several ops flights, too -- including one crash landing at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Many good officers in squadron then, including one who was killed in an aircraft crash in South America after he had transferred. I served with VP-8 until it relocated to NAS Norfolk, Virginia in late 1958 -- shortly thereafter, promoted to JO3 and transferred to USS Greenwich Bay (AVP-41). Still have many memories of the squadron and its people (including some home 8mm movies taken at NAS Chinco), standing frigid ramp watches trying to stay out of the snow and wind in the nosewheel wells, those horrible "box lunches" packed aboard for 8-hour patrol flights and all the rest of that fun stuff..." [25OCT99]

MALTRY, AD1 Jay Sr Retired maltry1@hotmail.com "...I was stationed at VP-24 "85-88" and VP-10 from "88-91" where I retired. I would like to hear from my old buddies who were stationed with me at the time. If you have any information on some of my old crew i would like to hear from them..." [14FEB2000]

MALVEY, Ed (Malv) grbeard@nji.com "...I served with VP-8 1966-67 I was one of those fleet radioman who qualified for crew. I would love to hear from any other "black-shoe sailors" who was in that first class of radiomen at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1966..." [Updated 19JUN98]

MAMMELLI, AT1 Charles (Carlo) Carlo707@gte.net "...Flew as FCO VQ-1 Crew-33 (74-78), VP-31 FCO Inst. (78-81), & VP-94 (81-83). Sure miss the good ole days. Still keep in touch with many good friends, but would like to find two long lost souls: AT3 Shaun Mills and AT2 John Payton. Both last heard from in Central Calif in the '80's...." [24FEB98]

MAMOULIDES, George gmamou@bellsouth.net "...I would love to hear from old Shipmates who served in VP-46 from October 1957 to September 1959. Please contact me at my EMail address..." [E-Mail Updated 14SEP2001 | 25JUN98]

MANARO, AWC Larry L. Retired Larryl@ssisp.com "...It would really help if everyone could put dates of service to squadrons. Especially VP-1 (52-55) and (70-73) & VP-9 (74-79) & VS-38 (66-69)..." [10NOV98]

MANCE, Mike mikemance@hotmail.com "...I was able to see a lot of my old VP-64 Shipmates, what has happened to them, and obtain their email addresses..." [08SEP99]

MANCINI, AT2 Ron ramancini8@yahoo.com "...I served with VW-3 from 1958 to 1960. Flew in PM3 and PM6. Went to C School in Biloxi..." [15JUL2009]

MANCINI, AT1 Victor J. vjmancini@erols.com "...Hi all. I had spent my first tour in VP-49 from '89-'92 were we deployed to NAS Bermuda/ NAS Bermuda and NS Rota, Spain/Lajes/Puerto Rico, which included dets to all points. From there I transfered to NAWC Warminster, Pa. were I had the oppurtunity to see how all of the P-3 hardware and software gets developed and has the bugs hammered out. I left the Navy in '95 and have currently been rehired by the reserves to drill with VP-64 at sunny NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. I also currently work as a contractor for Eagle Systems at the P-3 hardware and software development facility at NAWC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I've met alot of people at all locales mentioned above and would like to say that it was and is a pleasure to serve with everyone who likes to work hard and play hard. Drop me a line to say Hi..." [08NOV98]

MANCUSO, Anthony P. c/o his son James Mancuso jejunabra@AOL.com "...I am trying to find out about the following Reserve Patrol Squadrons that my father, Anthony P. Mancuso was in during the late 1950s and early 1960s: VP-927 or VP-937 is one and VP-852 is the other. Does anyone have any information about these squadrons, history and their aircraft? My father flew the P2V7 Neptune in each of the two squadrons he was in and one was based at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York. If anyone has any information on these, please get back to me. Thank you..." [05OCT98]

MANCUSO, Tom (Mac) BEPA917@aol.com "...Some of the best years of my life was spent in VP-21 from 1957 to 1963. I'm looking for any pictures of Crew 5 or P2V7 BUNO: 145909..." [16MAR2001]

MANDERVILLE, CWO Thomas Retired cadillac2856@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-56 (1980-1983) and retired 1998 as a CWO onboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67)..." [08FEB2020]

MANER, AEC James Retired c/o John N. Eubanks AECS-USN retired fesa@leading.net "...Served with VP-23..." [23MAR2000]

MANEY, AD2(AW) Scott A. maniac66@bellsouth.net "...I'm currently attached to VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [23APR2003]

MANGANELLI, AX John johnmanganelli@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-837 (1967) at NAS New York, New York..." [22DEC2016]

MANGES, Milton jd0715@aol.com "...Served VPB-20 China Korea So. Pacific 1944 thru 45. I was a ARM 2C. Looking for anyone who served with me..." [14DEC97]

MANGIERI, Nicholas John nick@valorpress.com "...As Martin Roland, Siaom, I served with FASRON-14, Naval Air Base Kobler, Saipan, 1946 to 1947. Toward the end of my tour, I volunteered to be part of a three-man task force to monitor an improvised the rocket range for incoming fleet fighter aircraft. A hastily-constructed "target" of white coral was set-up on a plateau-like outcropping off the southern tip of the island in Magicienne Bay. After each run by the aircraft, my job was to descend from my position in a "Harp Shack", on the edge of the cliff, that was 100 yards distant from the target, and then climb to the top of the plateau, rearrange the destroyed coral and then back to my original position, etc. Apparently, because of the constant immersion in the surf and then continually working with coral rock, I developed severe jungle rot of hands and feet. Was air-evaced to Guam, then to Aiea Heights Naval Hospital, Hawaii and finally to Oak Knoll NH, California, for the next six smonths before discharge. Because I left before my part of the task was completed, does anyone have feedback on our efforts or the success of the mission - or knowledge of Shipmates AOM1 Robert Nelson or AOM1 Robert Anderson?..." [26NOV2006]

MANGLES, Dave manglesdavid@aol.com "...I served in the TAR Navy from 1968 until 1981. My first tour I was attached to NARTU NAS Memphis, Tennessee, at Millington, Tn. I don't remember the VP squadron designation, but I trained and worked on SP2Es and SP2h's. Being an AME, there wasn't much difference in the aircraft systems, but I both enjoyed working and cussing the P2, because of what I considered the tight work space. I went on to work on A4's F4'2, F8's, and F14's, but always considered the propeller driven aircraft to be "real" airplanes, versus "vaccuum cleaners" I only got to ride in the P2 once, because I wasn't designated aircrew, but it was a good flight, from NAS Memphis, Tennessee to St. Louis to pick up some reserve aircrew, for their 2 weeks active duty. I'll always remember the P2, whether it was crawling over the wing beam to get from the back to the front or pulling the survival equipment for the even and odd calendar inspections. Fond memories abound for the P2..." [16FEB2005]

MANIX, Dean deanmanix@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1989-1992. I wish to thank you for our friendship..." [11FEB2003]

MANKIN, Bill billydeanmankin@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-19 (08/1955-1956) flying as Radio Operator with deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan (11/1955) and NAS Alameda, California (04/1956)..." [19AUG2013]

MANKOWITZ, Murray mopicserv@juno.com "...I was a member of VP-208 in 1942. We deployed to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR..." [01JUL2000]

MANN, PHCS Gary A. Retired retphcs@aol.com "...I served with VP-9 from March 1974 to October 1978. I made deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. Even spent a year one month in NSF Diego Garcia with the donkeys and the chickens. Worked in the AI shop and flew with all the crews. I also served with VP-56 from 1967 to 1970. Started off at NAS Norfolk, Virginia in P2s, deployed to NS Rota, Spain, and returned to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland to get the new P-3C. Miss the flight hours, the 0:dark30 preflights, and the Shipmates from two great squadrons. Anyone out there a Turtle?..." [23MAR2004]

MANN, CPO Gregory Retired geemann1197@yahoo.com "...I first came to NAS Brunswick, Maine after 4.5 years aboard the USS Barnstable County (LST-1197). I was an ET2 stationed at Ground Electronics from December 1977-April of 1980. I left for another tour at sea aboard USS Barnstable County (LST-1197). Before my tour there was complete I got a Humanitarin transfer back to NAS Brunswick, Maine for the summer of 1983. My Dad had a stroke then a heart attack and my Mother had back surgery all within 3 months. It was a long summer. Leaving NAS Brunswick, Maine once more I reported to the USS Aylwin (FF-1081) to finish my interupted sea tour. While there I was promoted to CPO. Following my short tour there I was once again assigned to NAS Brunswick, Maine. This time I was the Maintenance Chief of the Ground electronics GEMD division. I served this tour from June of 1985 through December of 1988. Leaving NAS Brunswick, Maine for the third time I spent three years assigned to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. My duties ther included Physical Security Officer and Assistant CMS Custodian. I had planned on retiring following my tour there, but several surgeries put that on hold. My last surgery was at Naval Hospital Bethesda, MD. While waiting for my medical board I persuaded them to reassign me to NAS Brunswick, Maine. My medical hold lasted two years and two months. I finally retired on 30 April 1994 with 22 years of service. At my retirement ceremony the Base XO said, I'm a little jealous of a BLACK SHOE having 4 tours at NAS Brunswick, Maine." If you were part of GEMD from December of 1977 to December of 1988 you would probably remember me. I still tell BAD JOKES even in retirement. When I retired I did not have far to go as I was born and raised in Lisbon, Maine - which is just 15 miles from the base..." [06NOV2010]

MANN, AMSC J. R. Retired jrmshmsr@yahoo.com "...Entered the Navy on July 1959. I served with the USS Independence (CV-62), USS Antietam (CV-36), NAS Pensacola, Florida, B-School and FE School, VP-9 (1965 to 1968), VP-44, Recruiting Duty and VP-24 (1975 to 1979) FE Crew 7..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 15MAR2009 | 07NOV2006]

MANN, ADC Mark A. Retired mmann1@yahoo.com "...I joined VP-5 in April, 1972 as an ADJAN. VP-5 was on deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily at the time. I was first assigned the duties of Duty Driver. In those months, I met many of the aircrew when I delivered food, coffee, and water to the flights. That led me to riding along on a tactical flight one day and I thought that was the neatest thing since sliced bread. Then I heard about the second mech program and started lobbying to be allowed to enter that program. I was allowed and when the squadron next deployed to NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, I was there as a NATOPS qualified second mech. Another deployment back to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and then I was up for orders. Wanting to continue flying, I reported to VP-31 for FE school, where I finished #1 in my class. My next assignment was VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. From there, I went back to NAS Jacksonville, Florida and taught ground pounders at NAMTD1011. My next assignment was VP-30 FE refresher followed by VP-45. While at VP-45, my wife got really sick and I took a humanitarian transfer to NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Fortunately, she recovered quickly and I terminated my humanitarian status and reported to VP-16. When that tour ended, I reported to RTC Orlando and pushed boots for 3 years. After RTC, I went back west to VP-31 for another FE refresher course and on to VP-47. I retired from the Navy in 1993 and went to work for United Technologies Corporation's Pratt & Whitney Division and then on to their Hamilton Sunstrand (formerly Hamilton Standard) Division. I retired from there in 2013 and currently live in the Charlotte, NC area. I loved the VP community and everyone in it, and I loved flying the greatest airplane ever built...." [28FEB2019]

MANN, Philip C. pcm@capital.net "...I was attached to this squadron in 1944 and 1945. We were basically anti-sub and flew out of Saipan in the Marianas. Fortunately, most of the Jap subs had been destroyed by the time we started flying anti-sub patrols. We lost a few planes that could not take off before a typhoon hit us off the coast of Okinawa, but fortunately all our crews made it safely to nearby ships. We did lose one plane after the war. They were on a sight-seeing trip over Japan and hit a mountain. In addition to the crew, an admiral and a captain were on board. The plane was not found for over two years. This was national news and covered in Readers Digest. Any former member of VPB-205 will recognize this story. Unfortunately, I have never made contact with any former members of VPB-205 but would be delighted to hear from anyone. Crew #5 included LT. Morris, LT(JG) Beaudoin, and enlisted men Noonan, Heimburg, Burkhardt, McCurly, Salyards, Cupido, Bostain, Waidler, and myself. P.S. I was 18 yrs old at the time and will be 75 shortly..." [13MAY2001]

MANN, ADC Tom Retired trmann@web-access.net "...Good to see familiar names. I served with VW-1 from 1968-1971 as a ground pounding ADR3, VP-16 from 1973-1977 as a 2nd Mech/Flight Engineer, VQ-1 from 1977-1978 as a Flight Engineer, VP-4 from 1978-1984 as a Flight Engineer, NAMTRADET NAS Moffett Field from 1984-1987 as a Instructor, VP-50 87-90 Maintenance, NAESU DET NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 1990-1992 AOIC, and NAESU Camp Pendleton from 1992 to retirement OIC..." [E-Mail Updated 11JAN2003 | E-Mail Updated 18MAY99 | 14NOV97]


MANNING, AO3 Charles c.manning@earthlink.net "...I served aboard NAS Twin Cities, Minnesota from 1967 to 1970. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [13JUL2011]

MANNING, RM2 Dan DRManning@msn.com "...Looking for VP-10 CAC's and Blackshoe Radiomen from 1966 - 1968, especially the original 13 from the Fleet carriers. I talk to Tom Thompson and Lou Mezie, drop me a line..." [22JAN99]

MANNING, ATC J.B. Retired JosephBMan@aol.com "...I served with VP-19 from 1963 to 1968 as LCPO. Would like to hear from old Shipmates from that era..." [09MAR2002]

MANNING, John F. X. jfxmanning@aol.com "...I was a pilot in VP-50 flying the P5M from June 1958 to April 1960 with one deployment to NAS Iwakuni, Japan Oct '58- May '59. I served with VP-833 NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York flying the P2V (SP2H) from Oct '65 to Jan '69 with two weeks active duty stints in NAS Brunswick, Maine, and NAS Jacksonville, Florida..."

MANNING, ATC Joseph B. Retired josephbman@aol.com "...I served with ATU-12 (1948-1951), VP-6 (1951-1954), VW-1 / VW-3 (1958-1961) and VP-19 (1963-1968). I retired as a ATC. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [10APR2006]

MANNING, LCDR Richard (Dick) B. Retired rb.mann@fidalgo.net "...My first tour in VP was with VP-42 from March 1962 until January 1965 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I was one of the first TACCO's in the Squadron and in the Navy as well. I first flew in P5M's and then transitioned to P2's. Was assigned to Crew-8 but was substituting for another TACCO when Crew-8, BUNO: 131513 crashed in the South China Sea (SEE: In Memorial for lost friends September 8th, 1964). We lost 4 men from our crew and a passenger. The aircraft impacted the water while on a night rigging run. After a tour at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington as a Radar Watch Officer, I was assigned to VP-2 from August 1968 to October 1969. VP-2 made the last WestPac deployment of P2's and set new records for performance that were ever made by a P2 Squadron CanDo VP-2, Second to None. Worst part of my VP experience was that I'm still trying to put 10 lbs into a 5 lb. bag. Retired from VP-69 in the Reserves in 1977 and so far have beaten the longevity odds. The VP Navy is the best even if we did have to fly 13 hr. hops. Be sure to get a copy of Brian McGuniess's book "Coffee On the Wing Beam". Lots of great memory joggers. To all VP-2ers, get on board the VP-2 Association. We just had a terrific reunion in San Jose, CA. E-mail me for info..." [E-Mail Updated 11JAN2008 | E-Mail Updated 30DEC2001 | 19SEP98]

MANSFIELD, Mike (Guido) 781-804-2221 "...I served three tours with VP-92 none but the best. I'm alive and kicking on the midnight relief shift at Hingham Police Department in Massachusetts. Give me a call!..." [08MAR2003]

MANTINEO, Sal SALBOY69@aol.com "...I would like to hear from anyone who was in VP-56 from 1955 through 1959. I was on Crew 4 with Roy Fell, Engign Labella, Pete Mihelic, ADRC who I see every so often..." [15AUG99]

MANUEL, ADR3 Jack jman1950@comcast.net "...I served with VQ-2 from 1970 to 1972 as a ADR3. I met a lot of good people and had a great time in NS Rota, Spain..." [09APR2003]

MANVILLE, John sp5b_p2v@yahoo.com "...In VP-31 from 1966 to 1969. Originally flew in P5M's. Then P2's in 1967. Howdy to my old Shipmates. Remember Honeypott, Westbrook, Merkley, Hogan, Perry, Stratton, Brown, LCDR Krienke, LT Geck, LT Dunham, LT Porterfield, Daniels, Mixon, Kirkpatrick and many more...How many more old VP-31 Shipmates are there out there? The last posting found AX2 T. Hinds and AX/LCDR S. Daniel. How about Westbrook, Hogan, Merkley, Herriot, Kirkpatrick, Arkneau, Knerr, Mixon (Tweet shop), AO2 Brown, AD1 Stratton, and ADR2 Young...Have heard from many old shipmates...Daniel, Hinds, Westbrook, Kruzick, Gosnell and Patten..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 01JAN2007 | BIO Updated 07JAN2006 | 14JUN2005]

MAPES, AFCM Bob Retired ramapes@erols.com "...Shipmates. I was in VP-26 from Jan 93 til Dec 96. Back to Back NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployments with a side trip to Thule Greenland. Just saying hello, retired life is great in the Pax River area..." [30NOV98]

MARACLE, Ron ron.maracle@sympatico.ca "...I served with VP-44 from May 1979 - August 1981. It was certiantly an elite part of my naval experience. While stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine. I worked at the barracks and the cafeteria. Anyone out there remember the good times we had such as Bob Kowal, Dave Mccarthy, Alan Madden or Doug Kohl. While on WestPac's we all worked for the 1st LT. Remember the Gee dunk store operated in the hanger, and the great barracks in Okinawa. Hope to hear from you all..." [06SEP2002]

MARAVETZ, Dave dcmoravec@yahoo.com "...Hi, I was a part of VP-5, back in 1977. I had just completed a tour of duty in Iceland when I was transferred to VP-5. The year I was in Iceland July '74 to July '75, I was part of AIMD, specializing on ASA-66. Those were the good old days. The Mad Foxes had the efficiency 'E' plus one hash mark during those days..." [E-Mail Updated 14MAR2002 | 01SEP98]

MARCHANT, M. S. "March" msm0122@livenet.net "...I was an ADE1 with VP861 from 1946 to 1950 when I was called on active duty. I remained on active duty until 1952 when I was separated from the service. I was with VP861 the entire time. If anyone wishes to write I would appreciate correspondence..." [21JUL99]

MARCHBANKS, Lloyd A. lam6@cdc.gov "...I was a mechanic with VP-18 from May 1962 to December 1965..." [09MAY2000]

MARCHETTI, AT1 James "Jim" tazmarchetti@yahoo.com "...I was a "Boomer" (VP-48) from October 1986 to September 1989, NAS Adak, Alaska (December 1985 to June 1986), 11 months later went to P.I. (April 1987 to September 1987) and 13 months later had a "memory tour" back to NAS Adak, Alaska (December 1988 to June 1989) again. I was a Special Projects (BT) IFT and Weapons System Technician (WST) and LOVED VP-48. Then on to VP-31 "Black Lightning" as an Instructor/MTS/Curriculum Dev. Mgr. until my departure in August 1992. Lived in Overland Park, Kansas for 5 years and came back to the SF Bay Area in 1997. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of any other Boomers, I would appreciate a quick note from you..." WebSite: http://www.patrolsquadron48.org/ [E-Mail/BIO Updated 07JAN2004 | 02DEC97]

MARCHIONE, ASCS Dean Retired dbenmark@aol.com "...I was stationed with VW-1 from June 1963 until July 1965. I started out as a Flt Engineer but was fired by CDR "Diamond Jim" Braden. Worked in power plants for Ens Parrish and later Ens Streeter. Also worked in the "Fly-away Engine Change Crew." Had some good times there. Also flew as flight mech on R7V 00, was on her when we landed on tail at NAS Atsugi, Japan. Got married there on September 12 1964, to Polly Parson, still married to her. Changed to AS rating in 1966, and retired June 1982. Guys, get in touch..." [25JAN2001]

MARCIK, Lawerance tat48_05@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 from 1953 to 1955 with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, Germany, NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England, Scotland, Labrador,new NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, etc..." [26APR2011]

MARCO, Tony De tonyd118@aol.com "...I was with Squadron VPB-118 from May 7 1945 to the end. I was in crew 13. Please some one drop me a line..." [14FEB99]

MARD, PO2 Michael J. m.mard@fvgfl.com "...I served with VP-7 (flew with Crew-23) until VP-7 was disestablished in October 1969. I left the Navy in 1971..." WebSite: http://FVGFL.com/about_us/principals.php#Mard [BIO Updated 25NOV2010 | 17JUN2001]

MARDIS, CWO(SC) Jim Retired mofo56@iwon.com "...I was a previous Supply Chief/Officer at CPW-5 in NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [10SEP2001]

MARGESON, CDR http://www.navy.mil/homepages/vrc30/XO.htm "...Commander Margeson graduated from the University of Washington in 1985. He was commissioned through the Naval Aviation Officer Commisioning Program in Pensacola, Florida and designated a Naval Aviator in April 1987. After completion of flight training and initial fleet replacement training in the P-3B Orion, CDR Margeson reported aboard VP-6, the "World Famous Blue Sharks" in Barbers Point, Hawaii. While attached to VP-6, he served as Schedules Officer, Nuclear Safety Officer and Pilot Training Officer completing two NORPAC deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and one WESTPAC deployment operating from NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and NSF Diego Garcia. After completion of his first sea tour, CDR Margeson reported to VP-31 for FRS Instructor Pilot duty where he earned a transition to the E-2C Hawkeye. Immediately following initial carrier qualification aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67) he reported to VAW-110 for fleet replacement training in the E-2C Hawkeye followed by fleet duty attached to the "World Famous Hormel Hawgs" of VAW-114. While attached to VAW-114 he served as Pilot Training Officer, Assistant Operations Officer, and Assistant Maintenance Officer completing two WESTPAC deployments based aboard the USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. Following CDR Margeson's second sea tour and fifth sea service deployment, he reported for shore duty as a "Red Knight" Primary Flight Instructor attached to VT-3 based at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida. While at VT-3 he served as Administrative Officer and Operations Officer and received his second fleet transition, this time to the C-2A Greyhound. Following a quick fleet transition training cycle at VAW-120 in NAS Norfolk, Virginia, CDR Margeson reported to Fleet Logistics Support Squadron THREE ZERO. He assumed the duties as Detachment TWO Officer-in-Charge based aboard the USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) completing a RIMPAC exercise and WESTPAC deployment in support of Operations DESERT FOX and SOUTHERN WATCH. He completed his tour as the Squadron Operations Officer overseeing one of the most successful and safest operational years in VRC-30 history. Following his tour in VRC-30, CDR Margeson volunteered for a second straight C-2A Officer-in-Charge sea duty assignment transferring to the Navy's only forward deployed C-2A detachment, VRC-30 Detachment FIVE based in NAS Atsugi, Japan. As the Det FIVE OIC, CDR Margeson led the Detachment during three at-sea periods based aboard the USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) and prior to his departure successfully prepared the Detachment for their role in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. CDR Margeson's most recent assignment was a Chief Staff Officer to Commander, Airborne Early Warning Wing, Pacific..." [11JUL2003]

MARIN, AE Alfonso "Sonny" sonnysa@hotmail.com "...I served with VAW-115 aboard the USS Midway..." [12NOV2011]

MARINO, Shannon sstmarino@aol.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1991 to 1995. I am looking for anyone who can provide me a picture (or any information) of a P-3 that I painted on the wall in the duty office in NSF Diego Garcia VP hanger. I can't seem to get any info back from any old Shipmates about the condition of said painting (circa 1993). I am no living in Texas and still working for the FAA. I have two young boys and would look forward to hearing from anyone from the old squadron..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 13JAN2007 | 27MAY99]

MARINO, Greg gmdoc1@icloud.com "...I served with VP-6 (1971-1974) flying as a FE..." [21MAR2016]

MARIO, AM3 Trotta marizhr@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VR-23 at NAS Atsugi, Japan from 1954 to 1955. Some of my fellow Shipmates included Stewart, AM1 Richard, AM3 Ted Baxter and AM3 Aldrich. Many more if the memory was a bit younger. It was the best duty you could ever want..." [12JUN2010]

MARION, Jim jimgwen952@gmail.com "...I served with VP-49 from 1960 to 1962 at NAS Bermuda. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [07MAR2011]

MARIS, LT William L. Retired "Bill" billmaris@comcast.net "...I joined the Navy December 11, 1939 and went from "Boot Camp" to VP-11 (PBY-3), VP-12 (PBY-3) and a "Plank Owner" with VP-43 (PBY-5 & PBY-5A's). VP-12 split and became VP-23 and VP-43 in the summer of 1941. I was LCPO of VPB-S&R-PBY-5A's at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas during the period of 1940 thru 1945. Spent a tour in the Aleutions from June 7, 1942 until the first of June 1943 (AMM1/C-CAC-3). I left our PBY-5 A's at NAS Adak, Alaska and rode surface to NAS Seattle, Washington, then on the NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. Made ACMM 1 February 1944. After enjoying many duty stations & Bird Farms I went from E-8 to Ltjg LDO (6852) August 11, 1964 and retired (03) February 1, 1970 at HC-4, NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey (30 in and 34+ on the RL). I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 16AUG2010 | 22MAR2004]

MARITN, Bobby Gene (deseased) c/o his son Terry Maritn nitram4@juno.com "...My father was in VP-16 (Bobby Gene Maritn) 1957-1958. I appreciate the site. VPNAVY has already helped me find some info on aircraft that he might have flown. I have all of his old log books. Now I can put pictures with the numbers. He would have enjoyed this so much. But he was killed in a private jet crash in 1981. Again thanks so much..." [25FEB2000]

MARKEL, Richard richard@afwpi.com "...We were the 2nd group to enter the ready reserve in 1961 and had our basic in NAS Memphis, Tennessee. We were an east coast detachment..." [06JUN2001]


MARKHAM, Joe jamarkh@gmail.com "...I reported to VP-17 in November 1969 at NAS Iwakuni, Japan and became the Radio Operator for Crew 3. We returned to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii for 11 months and then deployed NS Sangley Point, Philippines and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand. I left VP-17 in April 1971..." [13APR2009]

MARKHAM, Robert c/o His Son Joseph Markham jmarkha1@twcny.rr.com "...My father flew with VPB-142 and then VPB-137 as they left Hawaii for Midway and the South Pacific. He did two tours in the SP with VPB-137 (second tour the CO was Porter). My dad's name is Robert Markham. In Aug 43 he co-piloted for Fred MacFarland (Big Mac). Mac had come from the Aleutians and had some combat flying experience. At this time they were in VPB-142. In Sep or Oct 43 they transfered to VPB-137, went to Walace Island and then Funifuti Island in the Ellice Island group. In dec 43 they moved to Tarowa in the Gilberts about one week after it was taken by the ground troups. They were relieved by VPB-142 in Jan 44, returning to Alameda in Feb 44. After leave, the squadron reformed (VPB-137) and trained in the San Waken Valley in CA. Good friends were Schaffer, Carlson, and Berkowitz. They were stationed near Patterson CA and Berkowitz married Sue Patterson while there. Aug 44 VPB-137 left the US to the Philippines. They went to the Admiralty Islands flying sub patrols around Manus Island around Nov 44, Moriti Island Dec 44 and then Tacloman on Leyte Gulf. My father and Berkowitz were the first two Navy officers into Clark Field. Here, Berkowitz drew a pencil sketch of my father, Robert Markham. We still enjoy this drawing. From Clark Field they flew patrols over the China coast and Formosa. Here he bombed an alcohol factory on formosa and flew cover for the USS Bullhead as she picked up a downed piolet. The Bullhead never returned according to my father. On a search I recently did, the Bullhead is listed as going down on Aug 6, 45 in the west end of Lombok Strait. VPB-137 returned to the states in July 45. I would be interested in learning more about VPB-137 and would like to hear from anyone who knows more about what I described above..." [E-Mail Updated 28NOV2000 | 20MAR98]

MARKLAND, M. A. sonnykay@yahoo.com "...I served with VA(HM)-13 / VP-24 (09/1956-12/1959) and flew as ECM Operater..." [22SEP2012]

MARKS, ARM2 Cecil Gale 'Chub' jr1012@aol.com "...I served with VB-80 and VB-81 from 1944 through 1946. I would like to hear from Vernon Lanky or any of my old friends that may remember the good ole days..." [13SEP99]

MARKS, AMH2 Robert C. "Buzz" skyhawk2@sbcglobal.net "...Great Lakes Naval Training Center, June 1955, Company 304, with Dave Kerlin and Joe Havens from Marengo, IL. NAS Norman, Oklahoma for Airman Prep-school and Aviation Metalsmith school NAS Millington, Tennessee. First and only assignment was FASRON-11, NAS Atsugi, Japan 1956 (E3 Airman) thru 1958 (E5 PO AMH2), with Bob Bartels - Nebraska, Karl Gokey - New York, Bill Tom Lowrance - Oklahoma and other great Shipmates..." [25DEC2013]

MARKWITH, Jim jwmarkwith@live.com "...I served with VP-46 at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1988 to 1992 as Patrol Plane Commander and Mission Commander with the great CAC-7. Detachments included those to the North Pole, Greenland and Panama. From 1992-1993, I served with VA-42 Thunderbolts, flying TC-4C's (tics) and Instructing T-34C's. After that I went to the United States Naval Academy as an Instructor of Economics. I am now a lawyer with GE. Shipmates please email at jwmarkwith@live.com or call me at 206.214.7247..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 16JUN2011 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 01FEB2006 | 12NOV98]

MARINE, Bob vs871bobm@juno.com "...I was stationed at NAS Los Alamitos, California in 1952 with VS-871 which was later designated VS-37. We Deployed as 871 aboard the USS Bataan with TBM3S and 3W's and when we returned we were given Grumman AF's . Would appreciate hearing from any old Shipmates..." [12JAN2001]

MARINICH, Roger RMARINICH@UPLOGON.COM "...I arrived at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam June 1967. I was attached to NAF Security. We lived at the Swift Boat Base until our Barracks were built. I remember the watchtower and President Johnsons visit. Anyone there from June 1967 to June 1968 please respond. I would like to hear from you..." [19JUN2003]

MARKLEY, MMCO Dwayne A. Retired markley@whidbey.net "...I served with VP-9 (09/1972-10/1975) with deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan, VP-31 (11/1975-11/1978), NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (11/1978) and VP-46 from 08/1995 until retirement in February 1997..." [13OCT2017]

MARKOVIC, AW2 Andy amarkovi@us.ibm.com "...I left VP-9 as AW2 after doing NAS Iwakuni, Japan '71 and '73. Saw a lot of SE Asia.. a lot of air time.. fond memories. God Bless all..." [29SEP2007]

MARONA, LCDR G. Lee https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=3304 "...LCDR G. Lee Marona, USN - NFL Number: 3304 - Date of Birth: 8/3/1921 - Date In: 6/1/1941 - Date Out: 9/30/1964 - City, State: Phoenix, AZ - Aircraft Flown: P5M, PBM, AJ2P, F7F, F6F - Ship or Unit: VP-MS-6 and USS Midway Torpedo Squadron 8 - Pilot Desg.: NAP - Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: WWII Korea Vietnam - Associations/Service Organizations: NRA - Silver Eagles TROA - Highest personal decoration or award: Presidential Unit Citation - Significant Achievements: - 4,490 flight hurs. 16 military type AC. Contracts ADM. & Procurement Off. Fed. Govt. CEO Lee Marona & Assoc. Financial Ins. & Magt. Corp. Combat Aircrew, Flight Engineer. In Memoriam? No..." [04DEC2005]

MAROON, Charles cousinjack@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VX-1 (1972-1973) at NAS Key West, Florida. I worked in the Administrative Office..." [01DEC2015]

MARQUARD, AVCM (AW) Chris vp91avcm@yahoo.com "...I proudly served with the Golden Swordsmen of VP-47 from March 1976 thru June 1979, then immediately affiliated with the best Reserve Patrol Squadron in the United States Navy, VP-91. I have been with VP-91 since then, starting as an AX2 in Work Center 210 working for AT1 "Sluggo" Scott Sutherland. We are reunited again, serving as the Comand Master Chiefs for VP-91 until July, 1998 when I will transfer to CRPWP / CPW-4 to assume the duties as the Wing Master Chief...I am working with ADC Mike Ward and AVCM Scott Sutherland here at the Navy's newest Naval Air Reserve Center (San Jose), planning to retire in the March/April '01 timeframe. Miss the hardware and realize it's time to go home. Would love to hear from all of you, stay in touch..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04JUN2000 | 29APR98]

MARQUIS, ABH2 Marvin mmarquis@mediaone.net "...I served with VP-11 1976-1979 and then S.E.R.E. I was an instructor at FASOTRAGRULANT DET NAS Brunswick, Maine (1979-1981). Last tour U.S.S. America (CVA-66 1981-1983)..." [11SEP99]

MARRERO, Lou lmarrvp49@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-49 from 1956 to 1959 at NAS Bermuda flying P5M Marlins. I was an AT3 radio/radar operator on LP-12. I would love to hear from my old Shipmates. I have some official Navy and personal photographs and other memorabilia, including a squadron crest and a report in the local paper about a record LP-12 BUNO: 135467 set for Seaplane Tender controlled approachs (USS Albemarle AV-5). I am looking for other memorabilia, particularly the loss of one of our planes in November 1956..." [E-Mail Updated 22JUN98]

MARRIOTT, Charles wn5c@aol.com "...I was PPC of Crew #3 in VPB-103 in Dunkeswell, Devon. from March 1944 to April 1995. Just found this site and realize I'm too late for VBP-103 reunion. Would like to hear from members of crew or other members of VPB-103..."

MARRIOTT, Raymond raymond.marriott@gte.net "...I served in VP-46 from 85-88 as an AMS-2. If anyone I served with that would like to keep in touch..." [08FEB99]

MARRIOTT, AT3 Tyler tylerE@Quixnet.net "...VS-41 3/69-3/70 - I joined the Shamrocks in 1969 fresh out of "A" School in Memphis, Tenn. I was only an E-3 when I arrived but made AT3 within about 6 months. I am looking for two friends. Dennis Juelfs who was roomate, and probably my best friend during my year at North Island. The other, known only as 'DOC'. 'Doc' and I would get up on Saturday mornings, or sometimes on a Friday night, load up my 1957 Ford with our camping gear and head out someplace. We never had a plan, or even a direction. We just left, bought beer and gas and avoided traffic. I would like to get in touch with both if possible..." [13MAY2001]

MARRS, K. Ray raymarrs@hit.net "...Following my graduation from flight school at NAS Pensacola, Florida I reported to NAS Jacksonville, Florida for PBY Operational training. I then made the transition to PB4Y-1 at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. I joined a flight crew with PPC LT John E. Stevenson in command. My classmate ENSIGN Alan Ray Larson and were assigned as Co-Pilot/Navigators. AMMC L. R. Thurston (Plane Captain) and ARM3 G. S. Bradford (Radio). Other crew members were AMM3 S. E. Northrup, AOM2 R. L Packard, ARM3 J. Haggerty, ARM3 C.C. Miller, S1 R. D. Ricard and ARM3 W. R. Thomas. In October 1943 we flew a new Ford built B-24J (PB4Y-1 Liberator) to North Africa via the southern ATC route and joined VPB-112 at NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. We operated out of there, the Rock of Gibraltar and Agidar. On 13JAN45 VPB-112 started their transfer of planes and equipment to Upottery, County Devon, England. My crew was in the first group to make the transfer and landed during the worst snowstorm of the century. We joined FAW-7 at that point and served until the war ended in Europe. My crew flew 27 missions and I had about 600 hours in the PB4Y-1. Flying Anti-Sub Patrols was hours and hours of pure boredom interjected with brief moments of shear terror! Just wondering if any crew members are still around. My book I Was There When the World Stood Still tells the story of our adventure..." [BIO Updated 26MAY2009 | 28MAR98]

MARSH, Bill bmarsh@semcor.com "...Call sign "Swamp Ratt". Served with VP-44 from 1977-1980 and on the staff at COMPATWING TWO from 1980-1983. While in VP-44 I got to fly the last active duty deployment of the P-3A (split NAS Bermuda-Azores deployment), followed by the first deployment of the P-3C Update II ( NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment). That squadron tour was truly one of the absolute best times of my life and I think everyone in the squadron during that period (77-80) would agree we had our own little Camelot. To my old buds in VP-44...look me up if your heading to San Diego and we'll quaff one for the skipper..." [12MAR98]

MARSH, AT3 Bob bobcmarsh@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-3 from April 1953 to May of 1954 and flew as radar operator on MB2 with the XO CDR Co-Pilot Vanlandingham, Plane Captain Winborne, Radioman Garwood, and Ordinanceman Cunningham. I was in the NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment in 1954. Have you heard from anyone from that timeframe? I started out in P2V5 (with guns - I fired the upper deck). After NAS Keflavik, Iceland we got the P2-5S with MAD..." [E-Mail Updated 27APR2003 | E-Mail Updated 07OCT99]

MARSH, Jeffrey R. jeffmarsh67@aol.com "...I served with VPU-2 (1985-1988) in the AD Shop. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [28NOV2013]

MARSH, Ersel W. ewm@solarstop.net "...I started my military career with VS-736 as a SELRES at NAS Grose Ile until I went active duty in '67. I was stationed onboard the USS Bennington Until Nov. '68. After release from active duty I backed away from the reserves for a couple of years then got affiliated with a unit here in Toledo designated CV 1314. I stayed with them until there was an opening in VP-4114 at NAS Detroit. I then transferred to them and eventually to VP-93 as an AD3. While attached to VP-93 I worked on the flight line and in the jet shop. I went to Career Counseling School and was a Career Counselor for a brief period. I had to tender my resignation due to personal problems in my civilian life. I miss the military life I had and all the friends I met with VP-93..." [18APR99]

MARSH, AT1 Joseph marshjl27@gmail.com "...Served with VP-56 as an IFT from 1979-1984 and 1987-1991 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [12MAR2010]

MARSHALL, Dwayne dwaynecbg@gmail.com "...I served with VPB-123 and flew with Crew-15. Now living in Minnesota..." [14JUN2015]

MARSHALL, George scdg44@comcast.net Shipmate Pix...Circa 1944... "...I completed PV-1 Operational Training at NAS Beaufort, South Carolina and reported to VP-125 (February 1944), VP-661 and VJ-16 at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (July 1945 to November 1946). We were operating FM-2, PBY5A, JM-1, SBD, TBM, TBF, and J2F6 aircraft. LCDR V. C. Wright was the CO at the time I joined the squadron and LCDR William Wilder was CO at the time I was detached..." [E-Mail Updated 04NOV2009 | E-Mail Updated 17MAR2005 | BIO Updated | 27MAR98]

MARSHALL, Marion mmlm5@flash.net "...I served in VP-118, Aviation Ord. Crew 14 piloted by Lody Ladota who now lives on Long Island. Our crew received the Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross. I was awarded a purple heart as a result of anti aircraft fire injury over Korea on July 14, 1945. I lost right arm as a result of the injury. I worked for the United States Department of Agriculture for 31 years..." [11MAR2001]

MARSHALL, P. paulpamm@nni.com "...I served with VP-42 on NAS North Island, San Diego, California during 1959 - 1961. I am trying to get some information for a book that I am writing. Can anyone tell me how the Chesapeake Bay is protected from entry by an enemy submarine? Any information that you could e-mail me would be greatly appreciated..." [23FEB2001]

MARSHALL, Paul opie_ae@yahoo.com "...I served with VR-51 NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1992 to 1994, VR-62 NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts / NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1994 to 1998, VP-92 NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1998 to 2003, and currently with VR-52 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Worked with really great people out there, hope to hear from you..." [06DEC2003]

MARSHINO, George E. GMarshino@abac.com "...I went to Navy aircrew boot camp in Jacksonville July 1944, Aviation Ordinance School Memphis, PBY operations JAX, Gunnery Gainsville Fa., PB4Y-2 operation training Miami and Camp Kearney San Diego. Assigned NAS Kanoehe, transferred to VPB121 stationed on Kwajalein and Enewetok early 1946. VPB-121 returned stateside with our PB4Y-2 airplanes in May 1946. I was discharged June 1946. Lost all contact with Navy aircrew buddies over the past 52 years. I was only 19 years old when discharged. Those 52 years have passed much too fast. Would like to learn where I can find more USN Air Corps history on the computer and contacts with other aircrew folks if available..." [24JUN98]

MARSICANO, AD1(AW) Michael "Rocky" mmarsicano@erols.com "...I'm glad I can still remember some of the names I saw, even after almost a decade. I've run into a few of the World Travelers over the years. Flew with Mario in 120, I see Picollo all the time, saw Oz in Thailand. Good to see the guys out there. I had a great time in VXN-8, best perdiem around. I'm flying cods now and it's a whole different world..." [25JAN2002]

MARSILIO, Steve steve48la1@gmail.com "..I served aboard NAF Naples, Italy (AIMD) from 1971 to 1975 and VP-50 (FE Crew One and Two) from 1975 thru 1979. Patrol life was the best time of my life and still have fond memories of all the great men and women and the great management technology that made us all move togeather to get our job done and have fun doing it..." [E-Mail Updated 20SEP2009 | E-Mail 05MAY2002 | 10JAN99]

MARSON, ADJ2 Craig A. thetwobubs@frontier.com "...I served with VP-44 from June 1966 June 1970 in Powerplants..." [E-Mail Updated 21SEP2010 | 14MAY2007]

MARTEL, AT2 Richard rmartel@terranova.net "...I served with VR-22 (1961). I left the Navy in 1962, received pilot training on GI bill and eventually became an airline pilot. After retiring I flew DC-3’s in the Florida Keys for mosquito control and was a fly fishing guide there also. Now retired for good and enjoying country life in East Tennessee at age 81 - still going strong “Anytime Anywhere.”..." [11JUL2019]

MARTELL, Dennis dennis.martell@fema.dhs.gov "...I was involved in the Crazy Cats mission in 1969. I was with the Army Security Agency. I arrived in country July 1969, attached to the 5 Mech div. (406 RRD). March 1969 I was one of 12 people assigned to Hill 180 in support of the Crazy Cat mission. The mission was for survalance of our own troops and other friendly's. I never got to thank the Navy Captian, in charge of the Crazy Cats mission, for giving me an out of country R&R to Sydney, for the quality of work with the Crazy Cats Mission. I would like to thank everyone that was involved in that program. Hundreds of thousands of troops were not casualities of friendly fire because of the insight of our commanders to impliment a joint military operation for the purpose of saving lives of our fighting troops in the field..." [E-Mail Updated 13DEC2012 | 12MAR2010]

MARTELLO, CAPTAIN Charles P. http://www.naswi.navy.mil/cpw-10/commodores/martello.html "...Commodore CPW/CPRW-10 - Captain Charles P. Martello enlisted in the United States Navy in January 1973. Selected for the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program (NESEP), he attended the University of Missouri, earning degrees in Chemistry and Biological Science and was commissioned an Ensign upon graduation in December 1980. Upon completion of flight school he was designated a Naval Flight Officer and was assigned to VP-45 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. He qualified as Tactical Coordinator (TACCO), Instructor TACCO and Mission Commander and served as Assistant Communications Officer, Readiness Officer and Avionics Division Officer during deployments to the Mediterranean and Atlantic theaters. In July 1984, Captain Martello reported to VP-30, the Fleet Replacement Squadron for the Patrol Aviation community. Following qualification as an Instructor NFO, he was assigned to the Commander, Patrol Wing Atlantic Tactical Training Team (TTT) with responsibility for acoustics, ASW coordinated operations and battle group operations. Following his FRS tour, he reported to Commander Carrier Group FOUR in July 1987 as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Communications. He qualified as Tactical Action Officer (TAO) and served as a member of the ASW and Strike planning boards. Following this sea tour, Captain Martello attended the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, earning the degree of Master of Science in Financial Management. He returned to sea enroute to his Aviation Department Head tour serving aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) during the Persian Gulf War. Assigned to the Combat Direction Center (CDC), he served as the Surface Module coordinator, ASW Module coordinator and Mine Countermeasures coordinator. In October 1991 he reported to VP-16 as a Department Head, serving as Training Officer and Operations Officer, and completing deployments to the North Atlantic and Caribbean. He reported to the Staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, Special Programs Division, (OPNAV / N89) at the Pentagon in February 1994. Upon completion of this assignment he was selected for Joint Duty in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, supporting the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Space as the Deputy for Space Policy. Captain Martello reported to VP-16 as Executive Officer in March 1998 and assumed Command in February 1999. Under his Command, the squadron earned nominations for the Battle "E," CNO Aviation Safety Award and was the recipient of the Atlantic Fleet Arnold J. Isabel award for ASW excellence. Additionally, VP-16 was awarded the SIXTH Fleet "Hook'em" award for ASW performance during Operation TORCHLIGHT. Following squadron Command, Captain Martello was assigned to the Staff of the Secretary of the Navy in the Office of Program Appraisal. Captain Martello's awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (2), Navy Commendation Medal (2), Navy Achievement Medal (3), and various theater and unit awards..." [30JUN2003]

MARTENS, PH1(AW/NAC) Edward G. ENLMARTENS@aol.com "...I am currently stationed in Washington D.C. as a Facilitator for the Navy Leader Training Unit. I was attached with the VP-46 "Grey Knights" from 1988 - 1991 when it was still at NAS Moffett Field, California. After that I did my first tour with the VXE-6 "Puckered Penguins" from 1991 - 1993 and again from 1997 - 1999 when it was disestablished. I just wanted to say that I liked your web site very much; it was fantastic!!! It brought back a lot of good memories of my VP and VXE-6 Days..." [08JUN2001]

MARTENS, LCDR Jim jmart123@aol.com "...was AX1 in VP-49 1976-1980 and at NAMTRA JAX 1980-1982. First tour VP-45 1984-1987=TACCO VP-30 1987-1989=NFO INST VP-16 1995-1997=DEPT HD..."

MATERN, AX2 Steve vp11sam@aol.com "...I served with VP-11 (1977-1981) as a IFT with Crew-1 and Crew-2. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [27MAY2012]

MARTIN-FRATTASIO, AK3 Faith Shipmates Pix vpassociation2@gmail.com "...Served with NAS Brunswick, Maine 4291 (1985 - 1987), VP-MAU (1987 - 1991), VP-92 (1991 - 1995). AS degree, computer information systems, Massasoit Community College. Employed in civilian world as EDI systems analyst and RPG computer programmer. Is AK1 Nancy Woodward out there?..." [BIO Updated 19SEP99]

MARTIN, AC1 Alan martina@nasb.navy.mil "...Formerly AW3 Martin. I served in VP-49 from 1989 to 1991. I had two great deployments ( NAS Bermuda/ NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NS Rota, Spain/ NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal) and some great memories. I'm still in the Navy although not an AW, I'm an AC1 now, stationed an NAS Brunswick, Maine. I miss the flying and crew camaraderie. I would love to hear from anyone in CAC 9 "Bad to the bone crew" or CAC (Seagram) 7... and any other friends from VP-49. Feel free to drop me a line!!..." [03AUG2000]

MARTIN, Bob cowpoke1604@aol.com "...At NAS Brunswick, Maine VP-11 60-61. E-3, 1st duty station. Mostley on line crew. Horsewell skipper. Worked for Bm1. Few names I remember, Abe Satterfield, Formasano, Stan Landry, Doug Mullins, and Lt. Jaeger Lt McMiachel. Stray black dog, Auggie Doggie, rode bus from barracks, the rode around on line tractors all day. Doug Mullins running a 58 Chevy all the way to Tazewell Tn and back on a weekend. Trucker now. Recentley delivered a machine to the old fuel depot just off the base at South Harpswell. It is no longer..." [E-Mail Updated 23AUG2003 | 16MAY99]

MARTIN, Calvin E. cemartin73@yahoo.com "...I served with VW-15 in 1960 and was transfered to VW-11 for awhile and then to VW-13 when they went North to Argencia. I flew ECM, 2nd Tech, and was made 1st Tech on Crew 13 VW-13. I would like to hear from anyone that was on that crew. I remember we had CDR Schwartz and would like to know anynews about our crew. I left NAS Keflavik, Iceland August 1962 and left the Navy on August 12, 1960. I did attend the Reunion last September and had a great time..." [30MAY2004]

MARTIN, Cecil cecil.redfish.martin748@gmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (07/1965-11/1967) and worked on the line crew..." [10APR2016]

MARTIN, AMC Chad cm0828@msn.com "...I served with VP-91 (1991-1996) at NAS Moffett Field, California (Airframes Shop), VP-69 (1996-2000) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, VR-61 (2000-2005) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, VR-55 (2005-2009) at NAS Point Mugu, California and VR-61 (2009-2013)..." [08OCT2010]

MARTIN, AO Charles A. pistonfvr@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-23 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1977 to 1980. I was an Aviation Ordnance Aircrewman & groundpounder. I miss my squadron and the people associated with the VP community. I miss the people that live in Brunswick, Bath, Lewiston, Lisbon, Lisbon Falls, Auburn and the entire state. Maine people are the nicest people I've ever met. While deployed to NS Rota, Spain (I believe in 1978), VP-23 had a plane go down. VP-26 lost one of theirs in the Canary Island mountains. And I guarded the wreckage of another squadrons planes (VP-8 or VP-10) when it crashed in Poland Springs, Maine. But the entire VP community, and the people of the state seemed to "ALL" get along like brother and sister, or as a family in whole. The dedication of the community of Brunswick, and the dedicated Naval Personnel of NAS Brunswick, Maine, were all exceptional and extradordinary. Friends of mine still today are; Kenny Newell, from Boonville, Missouri, now living in Aurora, MO. Nick Raccioppi, from North Babylon, NY., but had returned to Brunswick, ME. Mike Cavanaugh, from Utica, NY. Jerry Corbin, from Des Moines, IA., but has since moved to Tulsa, OK. And the beautiful lady I married in 1980, Susan Juliette Martin, from Lewiston, Maine, well, she died of cancer in 1982, and she is buried in Lewiston, ME. My heart is filled with wonderful memories of the days I was an enlisted Navy man. My heart is filled with Passion and joy for the VP Squadrons around the world. And I would like to say thanks for allowing me to be a member of the VP-23 Squadron, a Vetran of the United States Navy, and for the time allowed to live in the Great State of Maine..." [E-Mail Updated 30APR2009 | 20SEP2001]

MARTIN, SCPO Daniel E. Retired dsmartin@wildblue.net "...I served with VQ-1 from January 1966 through June 1967. Worked in the GDR division as a "Machine Accountant Third Class" running the IBM computer equipment converting data from the CT's. Worked for LT Griggs and MACS West. I retired from the Navy as an E-8 in September 1988. Would like to get in touch with some of my old Shipmates so drop me a line if you would like to do the same..." [E-Mail Updated 12APR2010 | 24AUG2001]

MARTIN, CAPTAIN David Retired dmartin@izoom.net "...I served with FAW-3 from 1955 to 1957 (AA to YN2) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and then at NAS Brunswick, Maine when the unit transfered there in the fall of '57. Captain Moffet was our Commodore at the time. Other names I remember are LCDR John Vaughn (Admin Officer), YN3 Jim Nordyke, YN3 Don Robertson and PN3 Mumford. It was a great command for a 1st tour as the officers and chiefs were excellent role models for a 19 year old just out of boot camp. I finished active duty with a tour at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba under the able leadership of EMC Bernard Jackson (who could fix anything electrical) from 1958 to 1959. After joining the reserves I was commissioned as a Public Affairs Officer (1655) in 1965 retiring as a Captain in 1995..." [BIO Updated 05MAY2010 | 19APR2010]

MARTIN, David C. W8VB@aol.com "...Served in VP-5 from 1952-1954 as an AT3 to AT1. Stationed at NAS Jacksonville, Florida and deployed to Boca Chica and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I flew Radar and Radio ECM. I was discharged from active duty in 1954 and served in VP-732 NAS Grosse ILE, Michigan till approximately 1964 or 1965. Have many good photos of NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, and NAS Grosse ILE, Michigan. We were one of the first VP squadrons to move from Quonset huts to 3 story concrete barracks in 1953. While in NAS Keflavik, Iceland, in addition to patrol duty, we flew to Manchester England, Preswick Scotland, and a liberty week in Munich Germany. Coming back from Munich the whole crew, except three of us, were trashed from too much partying. As a result the Navigator flew as pilot. I Flew as copilot and the Plane Captain acted as Naviator. Consequently were got lost over Holland on our return trip. The rest of the crew remained sick till our return to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I have lots of stories, names and photos of P2Vs over the Alps returning from Munich and in NAS Keflavik, Iceland. In our last months in NAS Keflavik, Iceland our barrack (designed to hold approx 300 Non Comm) had a rotating complent of 50 t0 100 live-in Icelandic girls most very lovely college students who found the free cigarettes, booze and food in the barracks a great attraction. Lot of free love prevailed. Most every room had three sailors and an Icelandic ROOMATE. The wind and was terrible for flying. Icelanders could roam on base which caused big problems with raids from the Icelanic police making the rounds of the barracks rounding up girls. Iceland men would sneak into P2Vs and steal any thing they could carry off since no fences. Wild times for a young AT2. Regards..." [26JUN2000]

MARTIN, AW2 David G. dgmflyer@dmartinassoc.com "...I served in VP-17 from December of 1967 through April 1970 in both P2's and P-3's. In P2's, I was in the Avionics Shop and on Relief Crew as a Radio Operator and in P-3's I was in Crew 5 also as Radio Operator (ATN2 & AW2). After a slight break I affiliated with VP-91 as a Plank Owner at commissioning in October 1970 ( NAS Moffett Field, California). I have CAPT Bobbie Farrar to thank for this as he convinced me that I should over look my bad attitude toward the Navy as they were a good outfit. He was indeed right. I then became a JEZ Operator and eventually SS1/SS2 and NATOPS Evaluator for that seat position. I left VP-91 in May 1976. I still keep up with a lot of Shipmates from both squadrons. Cherished memories now faded..." [07JUN2002]

MARTIN, ATCS Donald Retired martindg@earthlink.net "...It was my great fortune to have served with VP-92 from May 1980 until I retired in September 1999. Many those that I consider the best of my best friend are already listed here on these pages. Although it has been just over a year sense my retirement I miss them all as I would a brother or sister. It's hard to imagine that 27 year could be a flash in time however, being a part of this great squadron made every minute a cherished moment in time. I am retired from the Navy now however my memory of VP-92 and all who I served with remains on active duty. I am still with Raytheon Systems Company where I am employed as a principal Design and Development Engineer..." [31JUL2000]

MARTIN, Donald c/o his Son Peter Martin pmartin4@san.rr.com "...My father Donald Martin flew with VPB-18 during 1944-45. I am interested in contacting anyone that may have knew him..." [13DEC99]

MARTIN, AT Gary gkm60@hotmail.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1961-1963) and was a crew member aboard the A3D..." [07MAY2015]

MARTIN, AEC Garry E. garry11mm@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10, VP-30, and VP-47. I transfer back to NAS Brunswick, Maine in December 2002. Currently on deployment to NAS Misawa, Japan, 2 more months to go! Still VP and still loving it!..." [27SEP2002]

MARTIN, George Tworoadrunners@aol.com "...I was ARM in PB4Y2 Crew 165 at NAAS Muni #1, Jax. After training, we became Crew 5; VPB-101 and xferred to NAS North Island, San Diego, California, then to NAAS Crow's Landing. In April, 1945 we went to NAAS Camp Kearney with VPB-197. In October, 1945 VPW-1 was commissioned and I joined Crew 1 as ARM, PPC- Commander Dennis Szabo...I went to ARM school at Mainside Jacksonville; gunnery at Yellowwater, FL. and then on USS Mission Bay (CVE59) until assigned to Crew 165 for training. PC was Lt. E. R. Telling, co-pilots were Ensigns T.C. Moe and Richard N. Amluxen. Plane Capt. was AMM1/c Ralph Maggio. Rounding out the crew were AMM3/c Royal C. Main, Jr., ARM3/c Richard H. Pearson, ARM3/c Pierce E. Dissinger, AOM3/c Walter J. (Joe) Forney, S1/c(AMM) Walter J. (Jay) Dunaway, AOM3/c Stanley P. (Danny) Napora, ARM3/c Thomas E. McCoy and self. After training we went to NAS North Island, San Diego, California, for a very short time and then joined VPB-101 and later VPB-197 at Crow's Landing NAAS, CA.. After training completed there 197 was transferred to NAAS Camp Kearney, San Diego, where it was dissolved in August, 1945. I was then assigned to Lt. Cdr. Dennis M. Szabo who was about to form the Navy's first all-weather squadron and from then until I was separated in May, 1946, I flew in Crew 1 with promoted Cmdr. Szabo. I remember how pleased I was when he got the "scrambled eggs" on his cap, especially so because I was promoted at the same time" [E-Mail Updated 05OCT99 | BIO Updated 04AUG98 | 31JUL98]

MARTIN, G. T. "Bud" Martin airmaster@writeme.com "...While serving on the staff CFAW-1/CTF72 (1954 to 1955), I recall one of the more interesting mishaps of a VP-46 aircraft involving an engine failure and night landing at Boko Ko, Pescadores. There were a series of green lighted bouys marking the designated landing area. The pilot taxied in a circle around one of the bouys all night, until the tender arrived in daylight to take it aboard for an engine change. I have several slides of that aircraft, and a model of the USS Pine Island (AV-12) with a seaplane on the deck with a missing propeller..." [21JAN2004]

MARTIN, Glenn J. martinglennj@gmail.com "...I served in VW-13 and VW-15 between 1957 and June of 1959 flying as flight radioman. I am looking for a ear Looking for a VW-15 ballcap and/or patch..." [13OCT2019]

MARTIN, AT1(AW) HENRY Retired brucehgm@aol.com "...Served in VQ-1 from Nov 77 to Oct 80. Initially as an EA-3B Aircrew member, then as a ground pounder. Second tour as a ground pounder from Aug 85 to Sep 87. If you remember, e-mail me..." [17JUL2001]

MARTIN, Hughie hmartin16@tampabay.rr.com Shipmate Pix Circa 2000 "...I Joined the Navy in 1957, after "AO" A school was in VA-35 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida and USS Saratoga. Went to VFAW-3 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. Was in VP-31 62-63, then joined VP-47 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington in 1964 and deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. On return to USA we picked up our 1st P-3 and moved to NAS Moffett Field, California. I flew with crew 5 in the P5M's and the P-3's. I am trying to contact Albert B Smith, He was a AE2 FE in 1966 and later went to recruiting duty. I was an AO1 at the time, then left the USN in 1966 and enlisted in the USAF and finished up with 28 years. Now retired in sunny Lakeland Fla. Would love to hear from any old friends..." [E-Mail Updated 01NOV2004 | E-Mail Updated 11NOV2001 | PIX Added 25JUN2000 | Updated ICQ 05APR2000 | 06MAY99][ICQ 1559554]

MARTIN, AE2 James "Baby Chuck" martinja@charter.net "...I served with VP-48 (April 1969 to December 1970) at NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines / NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines / U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand. I was Nicknamed "Baby Chuck" thanks to AEC Chuck Martin. After leaving the Navy I ended up with the USPS and retired with 40 years of Federal Employment. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [07JUL2010]

MARTIN, James jmartin108@hotmail.com "...I was an Avionics Tech in VP-9 from April 1994 until February 1999. I am living the good life now as a government contractor making the fat bucks. I made 3 deployments with VP-9 to NAS Misawa, Japan and NSF Diego Garcia. I'm sure glad it's over! To all you "Doin' Time In Nine" - keep your chin up - It'll get better when you leave. Trust me..." [10NOV99]


MARTIN, Jim deer4jim@aol.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1954 to 1955 at NAS Alameda, California and NAS Iwakuni, Japan..." [29FEB2004]

MARTIN, ADR2 John W. "Marty" skpmrtn@msn.com "...I served with VP-28 with deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and Christmas Island in the Central Pacific Ocean for Nuclear Weapons Testing in 1963. I left the Navy in 1964, enlisted in the US Air Force in 1970 and retired in 1993 as a Chief Master Sergeant (E-9). I remember Shipmates Strider, Spivey, Tessier and Cannon. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [01OCT2012]

MARTIN, Julius P. (Deceased) C/O His GrandDaughter lindananderson@hotmail.com "...Looking for anyone that knew my Grandfather Julius P. Martin. He served with FAW-14 transferred to VPB-106 for duty in 1945. He also flew with VPB-115, VR-8, VR3, and CNABT NAS Pensacola, Florida before his retirement in Fallon, Nevada..." [18JUN2001]

MARTIN, Keeith kdmartin@hughes.net "...In VP-22 1962 to 1966..." [09FEB2009]

MARTIN, Lawrence "Larry" ldldmartin@aol.com "...I served with VP-17 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, from 1966 - 1970. Worked in A/F Shop on scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintainance. Deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Would love to hear from anyone I served with. Many good memories of good times...ie. Smowball fight near Mt. Baker, WA. Please contact me. Searching for a VP-17 A/F patch with a hammer and a teardrop..." [28OCT2001]

MARTIN, Leo Gary gamartin1@comcast.net "...I served with VQ-4 (1972-1975) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland with deployments (about 18 days with 4 days crew rest) to Mildenhall, England. I flew with Crew One as Reel Operator on TACAMO 3. We were very proud of our mission accomplishments - flying 15 hour missions with the cold war and Vietnam going on at the same time. One year we were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for no down time in a year. I think I had approximately 2,000 flight hours in a little less than 2 years..." [12DEC2012]

MARTIN, Michael mmartin44@comcast.net "...I served with VP-60 (1973-1978) at NAS Glenview, Illinois..." [24FEB2012]

MARTIN, AME2 Michael "Kelly" kmartin@bigtube.net "...I served with VP-93 (02/1977-11/1978) at NAF Detroit, Michigan and worked in WC-130. I am pleased to say I have worked as a docent at the Military Air Museum since 2014, giving tours of our beloved LH-02 P-3. Got time on your hands, shipmates? Get onboard and reconnect by helping tell the Patrol Service story..." [19JUN2016]

MARTIN, AK3 Philip R. philjoanne@verizon.net "...I was stationed at Blackbush from Nov 1956-Oct 1959. AK3 FASRON-200. If anyone sees this who was there at that time, would like to hear from you. Went back in 1991. Area has really changed but I still have the memories. Went to Camberly. The old dance hall on Main Street is still there. Main street still looks the same. The only one missing from the scene is the old lady with all the dogs fighting for a ride in her wheelbarrow..." [15MAR2007]

MARTIN, Richard richard.martin@ipaper.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1964 to 1966. I flew as a Julie-Radio Operator with Crew 10 (P5) and Crew 2 (P-3). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 10DEC2008 | E-Mail Updated 16NOV2001 | E-Mail Updated 14JUN2001 | 11MAY98]

MARTIN, Richard A. 2dmartins@embarqmail.com "...I served with VP-811..." [16APR2014]

MARTIN, Randy "Turnup" rajen@mho.com "...AW2, CAC-1, VP-11, 10/88-06/92. I miss Ya'll. I'm out here in Denver flying for United. Would love to hear from anyone that remembers me! Drop me a line..." [30OCT99]

MARTIN, Ronald rgmartin@texas.net "...Served with VP-47..." [E-Mail Updated 27JUN98]

MARTIN, AE1 Ronald "Ron" Retired sparkym13@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-40 (1976-1979) with deployments to NAF Misawa, Japan, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Adak, Alaska (FE with Crew-8) and then into the Reserves with VP-91 for several years. Retired in April of 2013 and enjoying life and hunting when I can..." [04DEC2013]

MARTIN, ATCS(AW) Tim Martin TAMartin@vinson.navy.mil "...Just wanted to say Howdy to VP-11 Shipmates (1982-1985). Back then I wuz a Photo Mate and then I discovered I liked girls and passed the ASVAB, cross-rated to AT (AT always...never an AX, I said I discovered I liked girls...) so the rest, I reckon is history. Hope to hear from ya'll. Thanks..." [15OCT98]

MARTIN, AE1 Todd 802home@gmail.com "...I served with VPU-2 (1983-1989) and VP-17 (1989-1993)..." [E-Mail Updated 23APR2013 | E-Mail Updated 04FEB2000 | 12JAN99]

MARTIN, Tom Ruthentom@aol.com "...Served at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from l960-1967 attached to CVCG52, VU-2(det) NAS Personnel Office. Was the admin CPO in VXE-6 during DF 70-71. Would like to hear from any former Shipmates..." [01MAY99]

MARTIN, AT2 Vaughn L. VmartAHC@aol.com and vmartin@netarrant.net "...I was a radar technician and radio operator on VP-5's crews 3 and 7 between June 1960 and May, 1963. I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the "VP Navy" and count it as one of the happiest times of my life!..." [05JAN98]

MARTIN, Wayne L. wayneandkaymartin@gmail.com "...I served with VP-17 (12/1969-08/1971) as third pilot with PPC Bill Chamberlain and co-pilot Tim Berwick and later co-pilot with Zeph Thorning..." [E-Mail Updated 29JUL2014 | 03SEP2002]

MARTINEK, Martin mmartinek@hotmail.com "...I served aboard the USS Chandeleur (AV-10) (1962) at the Philadelphia Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (Mothball Fleet)..." [09SEP2012]

MARINEZ, Carlos mehmcpm@yahoo.com "...I served in VP-6 from March 1990 to just before decom, my first and best tour! I hope my old squadron mates are well. I'd really like to hear from anybody who knows where Fred Marazita or Celeste Harnish are. I lost track of them a while back. I was stationed around Hawaii until May, 2000. I'm now in San Diego working with the brown-water Navy. Sure miss the VP days...take care all!..." [10SEP2000]

MARTINEZ, AK David martd@rkmc.com "...I served in VS-33 from February, 1987 through August 1990 as an Aviation Storekeeper. Moved on and became a lawyer. I am looking for my old Navy buddies - Orsillo, Payne, Rod, Gash, Olson, Wakefield, Lue. Anybody out there? Also, how is VS-33 these days? Possible to purchase some VS-33 hats? Any response is greatly appreciated..." [04OCT2001]

MARTINEZ, Kris kmtj5@att.net "...I served aboard NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1992 to 1993 in Supply and the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in Monterey, CA from 1993 to 1995..." [03SEP2009]

MARTINEZ, AE Marty wleconte2@gmail.com "...I served with VP-50 (1957-1962) and VP-48 (1964-1967). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09JUL2012 | 01NOV98]

MARTINEZ, Michael L. SSMIKEMX@HOTMAIL.COM "...I was assigned to VP-50 from 1982-85. "AIRFRAME SHOP . At one time I had the privelige of dating a very beautiful girl in our squadron named CANDACE ASHBY "CANDY" has anyone heard from her? In case anyone does not remember me I owned a black 1967 Chevelle SS..." [08JUL2001]

MARTINEZ, RM2 R. J. grandparon43@gmail.com "...I served with VP-49 (1966-1968) Crew-8 (CDR Molina Pilot). I left in 1968 and returned to Watsonville, CA..." [06MAY2013]

MARTINEZ, Ricardo A. "Marty" ramart51@aol.com "...I served with VP-6, VP-9, VX-20 and VX-30. Working as a Maintenance Manager (LAWTFC Fueling Operations) at Los Angeles International Airport since retirement in 2004..." [05MAY2017]

MARTINEZ, PH1 Roland Nino Retired martooony@aol.com "...I reported to VP-46 right out of NAS North Island, San Diego, California boot camp on 1 November 1956. Within three months the squadron was in NS Sangley Point, Philippines for a six month deployment. Although not sent to PH school, I was in the Education department until I passed the PH3 exam and then began flying in the South China Sea area doing what the Ordnanceman would usually do and that is to "rig ships and photograph the reefs". Greatest duty flying into Hong Kong Harbor in a PBoat; having a crew take the aircraft back to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and vacation for a week. Was on leave when 6Boat (SEE: In Memorial for lost friends December 9th, 1957) went down in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas around Christmas time 1957. I named my first son after Paul Faircloth, an AL2 from Florida, who was on board the aircraft. I made a second deployment where I met my wife-now of almost 50 years - in 1958. I departed VP-46 in March 1959 for Washington, DC. I did return to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, one more time and attached to Commander, Naval Forces, Philippines (COMNAVPHIL) from 1962 to 1965. Two sons Paul and Mark were born at the Navy Hospital NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Currently live in Chula Vista, Ca. I have many photos and negatives from the squadron days as well as some fine art done by our Vietnam artist and Historian here at our Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 472, Old Navy Chapel offices, below the old Navy Hospital in Balboa Park. The art is great and the artist is Richard Derosset, a fellow vet and member. I would like very much to put some of his PBoat work up on the site, one view with 6Boat being pulled from the water by a tractor, right about sunset. I also have and just purchased a commission of 12 PBoats, floating, flying, one being lifted aboard Salisbury Sound AV6 at an advanced base, probably near Taiwan somewhere, cannot recall. The scene is frpm a photo taken in April 1957, before the Sally went back to the States. I actually had a direct hand in producing two cruise books of VP46 with PH's Meadows, Waymire, Finney,and Goodwin. The PHs in the 58 cruise book were: Meadows and Goodwin. The two great officers John Wade and Ronald Oelhbeck were the producers of the book. I have two of them. Also have a lot of color slides of views around the PI, when we landed near Cebu and other places. Finally, I have one of the original concept drawings of the trident and mailed hand, designed by LT McLeod, I believe. I would ultimately like to donate it to your archive with the prints and negatives that I have of the old Martin Mariners. It was a great time and place for a nineteen year old to get his Navy career started that lasted another 18 years. Although the Navy PBoats are gone, it will always be a lasting and unique memory of another time where many photo imagescaptured this era, and sailor's lives some 54 years ago..." [E-Mail Updated 07DEC2010 | 02MAR2010]

MARTINEZ, RM2 Ronald "Marty" MartyVP49@netscape.net "...I served with VP-49 from 1966 through 1968 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Bermuda with Crew 8 AYSM..." [26AUG2001]

MARTINEZ, AVCM Sharron calsmart@lycos.com "...I served with VP-91 from 1987-1996. Incredible experiences and memories thanks to all of the wonderful Shipmates. I moved onto NAS Point Mugu, California and will retire in February 2003..." [17DEC2002]

MARTINI, Jim jamesma@megsinet.net "...I was proud to be a VP-90 Lion from 1971 to 1976. Thanks for all the wonderful memories. Sure do miss the ol' SP-2H Neptunes. The Mad-Trail seat was the best seat in the house!!..."

MARTINI, DR. Perry J. capt.martini@erols.com "...I was in VP-46 from 1973 to 1977. Deployed to WestPac and was on CACs 12, 2 and 9. Was NATOPS Officer and Pilot Stan Officer. Stayed in VPNavy and had tours as an Aide/Flag Lt, Commo on IKE, VP-44 and VP-10 (CO VP-10) and tours in the Pentagon with OPNAV and CJCS. Final tour with USNA as Deputy Director of Athletics and Head of Physical Education. Retired in Annapolis, received my P.hd in High Education and am presnetly the Assistant Secretary for High Education for Maryland and reside with my wife, Jean, in Annapolis near the Chesapeake Bay..." [06JAN2000]

MARTINSEN, CDR Glenn Tracy (Deceased) http://1963usna.topcities.com/classmates/roster/cur-bio/316250.html "...Commander Glenn T. "Marty" Martinsen was born in Santa Monica, California in 1941. He attended the University of Southern California prior to entering the United States Naval Academy in 1959. Upon graduation in 1963 with a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission as an Ensign, he entered flight training in Pensacola, Florida. Receiving his wings in November 1964, Commander Martinsen was assigned to VP-17, flying the SP2H Neptune aircraft out of NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, and on three deployments to the Far East. From 1968 to 1970, he was assigned to the United States Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, where he received his Master of Science degree in computer science. He then reported to the U.S.S. Saratoga (CV-60) as the Assistant Combat Information Center Officer and qualified as an Officer of the Deck, Underway, while operating in the Mediterranean and Vietnam waters. In 1972, he attended the United States Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, graduating with distinction in 1973. Commander Martinsen transitioned to the P-3 Orion aircraft and reported to VP-8 in NAS Brunswick, Maine, where he served as the squadron Administrative Officer and later as the Maintenance Officer. While with VP-8, he deployed to various sites in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. In 1976, he was assigned to the staff, Commander Patrol Wings, U.S. Atlantic Fleet as the Force Tactical Development and Evaluation Officer until reporting to VP-11 as Executive Officer. Commander Glenn T. Martinsen, USN 33rd Commanding Officer Patrol Squadron Eleven passed away on active duty on July 24, 1979..." [29JUN2003]

MARRERO, Lou lmarr@windsor.igs.net "...I was in VP-49 from 1956-59 at NAS Bermuda, flying P5M Marlins. I was an AT3 radio/radar operator on LP-12. I would love to hear from my old Shipmates. I have some official Navy and personal photographs and other memorabilia, including a squadron crest and a report in the local paper about a record LP12 set for Seaplane Tender controlled approachs (USS Albermarle). I am looking for other memorabilia, particularly the loss of one of our planes in November 1956..." [08FEB98]

MARTIN, Dan W. DotDan8@webtv.net "...I joined VP-28 October 1956 as co-pilt/navigator with PPC LT Hugh Sheffield Crew 6 upon the squadrons return from NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Later with LT Dan Terry's Crew 11 and finally with LT Dan Page at Kwajalein. LTjg Larry Poppa and I flew to Johnston Island to pick up an Admiral. Larry's approach was low and I told him to add power. We bounced onto the 4500 ft runway, picked up the Admiral after I climbed into the pilot seat, and taxied back to the runway's end, where the Admiral clearly saw wheel tracks from surf's edge..." [26NOV2001]

MARTUCCI/HALSTEAD, AZ3 Laura halstead19881@home.com "...I was an AZ3 in VP-17 from 1986-1990. I worked in the Maintenance Control and did 3 deployments- NAS Adak, Alaska-1986, NS Sangley Point, Philippines-1988, NAS Adak, Alaska-1989. I left the Navy after my tour with VP-17, and now live in San Diego, CA with my husband Mark Halstead. Would love to hear from anyone who may remember me..." [21OCT2000]

MARTZ, LT Ernie eroymartz@yahoo.com "...I served with FASRON-107 (1958-1959) as Assistant Personnel officer. Also did news, weather and sports on AFTRS from a quonset hut. (pix on page 34 of Brass Button Broadcasters, a light hearted record of entertainer involvement in the military). Our mascot navy goat shed some fur on SecNav Gates blue suit when he visited. He took it in good humor. I later flew the paciific barrier as a first navigator with F-28 with AEWBarRonPac (1962-1964) after accepting a voluntary recall during the Berlin Crisis. I did some announceing on the Midway AF radio station. Also performed as master of ceremonies for an all-hands party for the Navy's largest squadron at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. It was a thrill to meet and work with Bob Crosby and his Bobcats. It helped prepare me for a return to civilian life again to work as a TV weathercaster with freelance voiceovers and on-camera for a variety of commercial and public service clients, leading to some film work as a member of the Screen Actors Guild. and recording Talking Books for the blind. Also, most recently as a FEMA Reserve, Disaster Assistance Field Public Information Officer involved in recovery work..." [BIO Updated 02DEC2011 | 08MAY2009]

MARUSICH, AX1 Terry Terry.Marusich@Abbott.com "...I served in VP-60 from 1977 until 1985: the first two years were as a groundpounder and the rest as an In-Flight Communicator, Radioman, or whatever the job title of the month was. I met some really great people there and had some really great times while in VP-60. Miss the people a lot. My wife and I drove through the what is left of the base about three months ago and there is not much left but a few buildings and big piles of debris. It was a sad drive. I hope that all of you "COBRAS" are doing well and would like to hear from you..." [04FEB2002]

MARVIN, BOB mar1207@pcom.net "...Sevice time 2-26-51 to 2-25-55...Boot Camp Great Lakes...AN-P School NAS Jacksonville, Florida...A-School Millington...Elect. Maint School NAS Norfolk, Virginia...Reported to NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Composite Squadron 12 (VC-12)...Med cruise January 1953 to May 1953 USS Tarawa CVA-40...World Cruise October 1953 to May 1954 USS Tarawa CVA-40...(3-months off Korea) April-54...Invaded Austraila to help them celebrate the Battle Of The Coral Sea WOW Great Victory...Attained rating of Aviation Electronic Techician/Aircrewman AT-2 (rear seatter in AD-4W Guppy..." [14JUN99]

MARYON, CDR Jack Retired U. S. Customs jackmaryon@cox.net "...I was stationed in VP-21, NAS Brunswick, Maine from 9/58 - 2/61. Those were the days when half the squadron deployed to Malta, and the other half to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. When we wore our welcome out in Malta, we went to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Matter-of-fact VP-21 was the first VP Squadron to deploy to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. During my time in VP-21, the Skipper's name was CDR. Ainsworth. This was the second best duty I ever had during my Naval Career. The first was Inst. Duty "PR School", NAS Lakehurst, N.J. My wife and I are planning on being at NAS Brunswick, Maine Thurs. 5.18.01. If anyone remembers me, drop an email..." [E-Mail Updated 13JAN2002 | 12MAY2001]

MARZE, Charles T. cmarze@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-31 and the USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) (1968-1969)..." [15AUG2012]

MARZO, AD3 Joe Di joekas1@verizon.net "...I served with VR-6 (05/1952-07/1953) at Westover AFB Chicopee, MA with a detachment to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco (07/1953-07/1954)..." [02MAR2015]

MASCIANGELO, CAPTAIN Peter "Mas" Retired masciangelo@je.jfcom.mil "...VP-5 1975-1978, VP-30 1978-1983, VP-11 1986-1988, and VP-10 1989-1991. Talk about fun - I have had more than my share of it...Retired from the Navy, Sept 1, 2001. Govt Contractor for Joint Forces Command..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 04FEB2002 | E-Mail Updated 26OCT99 | 28MAY99]

MASCOLO, Anthony (Tony) Tiger15Lax@aol.com "...This is the 'Screw Up' of VP-91 who started at the beging at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. I crossed the mat with tractor while PBY was landing in NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. It almost took off my head and I got 7 days in the brig. I swear the tail touched my head luckily the pilot saw me and had enough speed to take off while bouncing at night. If anyone remembers me please write to me and i will be happy to write back. I would like to get in touch with Gus Lyzach or Andrew Wach. I am still in touch with George Winter, John Giagiari, and George Gentile...." [27MAR98]

MASLONKA, AD1(AW) Gary Retired gmaslonka@hotmail.com "...Served from 1975-1978. Last operational plane captian for the S-2G. Help launch the last S-2 for the Squadron in July of 1975. Work the line and Powerplants shop for the S-3a Viking..." [24MAY2007]

MASON, ATR2 Dan danmason41@comcast.net "...I served with VP-5 from 1961 to 1964 as an ATR2 (Radioman/Jez Operator) and VP-19 at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1966 to 1967. I wouldnt trade those times for anything..." [19MAY2007]

MASON, Edward V. awulff@whiteface.net "...I served in VP-131 in South America and Attu. I was radioman on Bob Warnock's crew. Hope to see Shipmates at upcoming Reunion in September..." [26APR99]

MASON, AWCS Elgin "Al" Retired almason.mason@gmail.com "...I served aboard NAS Point Mugu, California, VP-46 (1959-1964), AT "B" School, Instructor Duty (1969), VP-19, (NESEP) Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program (1972-1974), (COMNAVFORCARIB) Commander, US Naval Forces, Caribbean-ASCAC (1975-1977), VP-48 (1977-1979) and retired..." [07AUG2011]

MASON, ADR Larry L. lnjmason@macomb.com "...I served with VP-42 (1963-1966) with deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam and NAF Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam flying as a Second Mech with Crew-4 and attended "B School" in NAS Memphis, Tennessee (1966). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 15OCT2015 | 21DEC97]

MASSA, Andy navyvp24@hotmail.com "...VP-24 is reunioning everyear. We need old, new and interested vets and former shipmates. This year we're meeting in St. Louis..."

MASSA, Emiddio emiddiomassa@adelphia.net "...I served with VP-26 from 1949 to 1952. We flew PB4Y2's and P2V's. I would like to hear from Tom Pole or anyone who knows where he is!..." [18AUG2006]

MASSE, Dick dickmasse@comcast.net "...I served in the Navy from 1965 until 1972 in both VT-23 after recieving my wings at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas for 1 year and then with VP-10 until 1972. I was a TACCO stationed in NAS Brunswick, Maine. I had several deployments to NAS Bermuda, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NS Rota, Spain. I was a LT(jg) at the time and in charge of the Aviation Equipment Branch as well. I would like to find a Shipmate of mine who went thru training with me. I believe he was in VP-49 after graduation. His name is George Hemmerle..." [19JAN2016]

MASSENBURG, REAR ADMIRAL Walter B. http://www.mid-atlantic-log.net/KeySpeaker.htm "...A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rear Admiral Massenburg graduated from Washington and Jefferson College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Physics and was commissioned in November 1970. He commenced flight training in January 1971 and was designated a Naval Aviator the following November. After recruiting duty at Naval District, Pittsburgh as part of Operation Feedback, Rear Admiral Massenburg was detailed to VP-45 from August 1972 until January 1976. He participated in one Atlantic and two Mediterranean deployments while assigned as Legal Officer, ASW Attack Officer, Nuclear Weapons Training Officer, and Quality Assurance Officer. From February 1976 to June 1978, he served in VX-1, participating in the operational evaluation of the P-3C Update II, Harpoon Missile System, DICASS Sonobuoy and numerous detachments in support of special operations. While at VX-1, he obtained a Master of Science in Systems Management from the University of Southern California. In August 1978, Rear Admiral Massenburg reported to Naval Facility, Antigua, West Indies, as the Executive Officer. Two years later, in October 1980, he was assigned to VP-30 as the Team Leader of the COMPATWINGSLANT Tactical Training Team. In January 1983, he again reported to VP-45. During his tenure as the Operations Officer he deployed to NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal; the squadron was awarded the COMNAVAIRLANT Battle "E" award. Rear Admiral Massenburg was later selected as a member of the Chief of Naval Operations sponsored Antisubmarine Warfare Continuum (OP-113C) in the office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Personnel and Training. In February 1986, he was assigned to the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air Warfare) as the Antisubmarine Warfare Aircraft Inventory Coordinator (OP-508C2). He reported to VP-6 as the Executive Officer in March 1987. Rear Admiral Massenburg commanded VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from March 1988 until March 1989. During this time, the squadron deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska and participated in RIMPAC 88. Rear Admiral Massenburg subsequently attended the Naval War College where he received a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies, graduating with distinction in June 1990. He then served on the staff of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff as the Branch Chief, Tactical Forces Branch in the Force Structure, Resources and Assessment Directorate (J-8). Rear Admiral Massenburg was selected as a Material Professional in May 1992 and completed the Program Management Course at the Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Following his graduation, he reported to the Maritime Surveillance Aircraft Program Office as Deputy Program Manager for the P-3 Anti-Surface Warfare Improvement Program (AIP). In April 1995 he assumed command of the Maritime Surveillance Aircraft Program Office (PMA-290), responsibilities included: the acquisition, support, engineering, and logistics for all P-3, S-3, EP-3, ES-3, VP Special Projects, and Foreign Military Sales of the P-3 aircraft for fifteen countries. Rear Admiral Massenburg assumed the leadership and management responsibility of the Assistant Commander for Logistics (AIR-3.0) on 22 February 1999. Rear Admiral Massenburg's Decorations include the Legion of Merit with one Gold Star, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal with two Gold Stars and numerous campaign and service awards..." [24JUN2003]

MASSER, Bill "...VP-731 Mr. Bill Masser, 7305 Dolphin, Detroit, MI 48239-1008, 313-565-3135..." http://www.warships1.com/reunion_airgroup.htm [21DEC98]

MASSI, AMM2 Paul TUSCANYPM@AOL.COM "...I served with VPB-105 (can't remember the exact dates) until VE Day. I just now found out that their is all this info about FAW-7 on the InterNet so I will search the attic for any info I can find. Our Pilot was James Gleason, CO and Pilot was Darlington, Navigator was Schleriff (sp?), and 1st Mechanic was Czalpinski (sp?), Ordnance was Beck, and myself was Tailgunner. Lahavacheck was Gunner, AM Blank on the rest...think we lived on site 3. I remember the big snow December 1944. Operational chow after missions was steak, etc. I really have to get the memory bank working..." [15DEC99]

MASSIE, Craig F. mtmassie@mail.hot1.net "...I was assigned to VP-28 in May 1967 and served in the squadron until it was decommisioned in October 1969. During that time VP-28 went on deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAF Naha Okinawa with detachments to NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I have many fond memories of my time in VP-28 and all my Shipmates. Those were fun times and hard times. I remained in aviation after I left the service and ironically now am working with a defense contractor with contracts to modify P-3 aircraft...." [22AUG99]

MASSON, AXC Bert Retired bmasson2007@gmail.com "...I served with ASWOC (1975-1977) at NAS Misawa, Japan, VP-48 (1977-1979), ASWOC (1979-1982) at NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-23 (1982-1985), ASWOC (1985-1988) at NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, Naval Air Development Center Warminster (1989), ASWOC (1989-1992) at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida and retired in 1994..." [E-Mail Updated 01AUG2011 | E-Mail Updated 27DEC2008 | 25JUL2003]

MASTAGNI, REAR ADMIRAL Daniel S. http://www.chinfo.navy.mil/navpalib/people/flags/biographies/mastagnis.html "...Rear Admiral Mastagni, the son of a career Air Force officer, was born in Rapid City, S.D., and grew up in Sacramento Calif. Upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1972, Rear Adm. Mastagni was assigned to USS Dale (CG-19) while awaiting orders to flight school. Aboard Dale, he served as assistant Combat Information Center (CIC) Officer and Main Propulsion Assistant. After flight school Rear Adm. Mastagni reported to VP-22 based in NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. He was Schedules Officer and NATOPS Standardization Officer. He then reported to the US Air Force Academy serving as the director of Naval Programs and an academic instructor. Rear Adm. Mastagni left active duty in 1979 and affiliated with VP-94 in NAS New Orleans, Louisiana. He served as an instructor pilot, Maintenance Department head and Operations Department head, before serving as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer. Rear Adm. Mastagni then transferred to augment unit NR NAVSTA NS Rota, Spain 0182 serving as Training Officer and Commanding Officer. In 1993 Rear Adm. Mastagni assumed Command of NR COMPATWINGLANT 0186 in Norfolk, and followed that assignment with command of NR COMNAVAIRLANT 1086. During the four years of command in NAS Norfolk, Virginia, Rear Adm. Mastagni was the director of Exercise Control for Northern Viking, and Senior Naval Liaison Officer for JTFEX 96-1 which tested the "fly away" JFACC concept aboard CVN-71. He was again the Senior Naval Liaison Officer this time at 8th AF Headquarters for exercise JTFEX 97-1. And he served as 8th AF Naval Liaison Officer during Exercise unified Endeavor 97 which tested the 'forward JFACC" concept. Rear Adm. Mastagni then transferred to NR COMSEVENTHFLT det 111 in JRB Carswell. He served as special assistant and Executive Officer as well as participated in five western Pacific exercises, twice as the senior Seventh Fleet representative and Officer in Charge of Exercise Northwest Pacific, and as the site Officer in Charge at Exercise Ulchi Focus Lens on three occasions. Rear Adm. Mastagni has attended professional military education at the National Defense University, and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He has participated in exchange duty with the Republic of Germany, and has been a member of five officer selection boards. Rear Adm. Mastagni has earned three Meritorious Service Medals and the Navy Commendation Medal among other awards and decorations. He was selected for promotion in December of 2000..." [21JUN2003]

MASTBROOK, AL3/AT3 C. W. "Jack" jmastbrook@socal.rr.com "...I was in VP-28 from Jan 15 1952 to Sept 1954. Flew 2nd radio and APS-15 radar on CF-9. Bob Hurney was my first radioman. I went to AT school for 9 months and rejoined the squadron in NAS Kodiak, Alaska. We were the crew that got shot up by MIG-15's off of Shanghai.(CF-9) We also flew some of the top Secret flights in Alaska. (CF-2) I value my experience with VP-28. It taught me a lot. (some of you will even say I needed some teaching. Ha!) Get in touch if you remember me!..." [E-Mail Updated 13JUN2005 | 04MAY98]

MASTERS, CDR David R. Retired dmasters@comline.com "...A native of Phoenix, Arizona, with 2 years 8 months in the United Stated Marine Corps reserves CDR Masters graduated from Phoenix College in 1957 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Aeronautics. He entered flight training as a Naval Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) in 1958 and was commissioned Ensign USNR and designated a Naval Aviator in October 1959. Initial operational assignment was flying the P2V-5FS in VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from Nov 1959 to Jan 1963. Participated in 3 Western Pacific deployments while assigned as Navigation Officer, Classified Material Control Officer and Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer and Patrol Plane Commander and augmented to USN. His next assignment was VT-29 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas as Navigation Flight Instructor and Power Plants Division Officer and he attained Aircraft Commander Designation in the C-117, C-118 and T-29 aircraft. Selected for USNPS, Monterey, California in 1963 CDR Masters attained Aircraft Commander Designation in S-2 type Anti-Submarine Warfare aircraft and completed college courses in Aeronautical Engineering, Naval Warfare and Industrial Safety and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree May 1966. CDR MASTERS next received orders to the Aircraft Carrier U.S. Ranger CVA-61 as Ships Assistant Navigator in 1966 to 1968. During this tour CDR MASTERS qualified as Navigator, Deep Draft Command, Officer of the Deck in-Port and Underway, Boating Officer, Command Duty Officer and Conning alongside during Underway Replenishment. He also undertook the development and the rewriting of all boating, ships control, duty officer and emergency ship handling books for the U.S. Ranger. During this tour he completed several deployments to the South China Sea operating from Yankee Station in combat support of U.S. Forces in Vietnam. In 1968 CDR MASTERS next received orders to the ARMED FORCES SENIOR STAFF COLLEGE, Norfolk, VA completing studies in World affairs, Political assessment, Major Staff Warfare planning and War Plans Development. CDR MASTERS next tour of duty was with the NAVAL AVIATION SAFETY CENTER as assistant editor of Naval Safety publications for Surface Ships, Submarines and Aircraft from 1968 to 1969. CDR MASTERS then began his second tour with VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1969 to 1972. Prior to reporting to VP-6 in November, 1968 as Maintenance Officer, CDR MASTERS attended P-3 Orion aircraft transition training in VP-31 at NAS Moffett Field, California earning Patrol Plane Commander designation. He served as Aviation Safety Officer, Maintenance Department Head and Patrol Plane Commander in the P-3A Orion aircraft. During this assignment CDR MASTERS completed several deployments to Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific. He served as Officer-In-Charge of Naval Air Forces Vietnam at NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. He then received orders to COMPATWINGTWO as staff Maintenance officer achieving the highest levels of Pacific Fleet Operational Readiness and Full Systems Capability for all assigned Patrol Squadrons. For his final career assignment CDR MASTERS received orders to NAS Lemoore, California to implement a new method of Weapons System Development (FIT) for the F/A-18 Hornet strike fighter. The F/A-18 Hornet was developed to replace the former F-4 Phantom fighter and the A-7E attack aircraft. As a result of the Maintainability and Reliability improvement of the F/A-18 strike fighter, maintenance man-hours per flight hour were reduced by over 80%. After completing this most satisfying assignment CDR MASTERS retired with 25 years of military service. Since his retirement CDR MASTERS had participated in many entrepreneurial endeavors in which he obtained US patents for some of them. He enjoys golfing and traveling with his wife Diana..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 31JUL2007 | 07DEC2001]

MASTERS, Garrel De themarbleman@hotmail.com "...I was stationed in NAS Jacksonville, Florida with VP-24 from 1987-1989. I then served with HS-1 from 1989-1991. Would enjoy hearing from anyone that remembers me. Just email me and i'll try and get back with you..." [19NOV2001]

MASTERS, Jack JAMAPARTY@WEBTV.NET "...June 1947 BOOT CAMP SAN DIEGO company 42 Oct. 1947 Av. fundimental school, NAS Jacksonville, Florida Dec. 1947 NATTC Millington, Tn. Aug. 1947 AL3 ATU-10 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas flt. crew, Maint. stores Apr. 1951 AL2 FAW-6 staff. Pearl H. July 1951 VP-6, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii P2V's Aug. 1951 VP-6 NAS Atsugi, Japan flt. crew Jan. 1952 AL1 VP-6 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii 1952 VP-6 NAS Kodiak, Alaska (Flt crews 1953 VP-6 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov. 1953 VR3 NAS Moffett Field, California R6D's Inspection & test & flt.crew Feb. 1957 Left navy, worked at Stanford U. in elctronic research. Got teaching degree and taught for 27 years, mostly public secondary school as well as doing real estate and other but my fondest memories are N A V A L AVIATION AND its wonderful people. I, like many of you, joined at 17 and grew up there...our proms. & "frat parties" stuff happened in the navy. I would not trade or sell that exprience or the memories for all the gold (or stock options) in California!..." [31JUL2001]

MASTERS, PH2 William billmasters@saintly.com "...I served with VP-19 (09/1953-03/1955) at NAS Alameda, California with a deployment to NAS Atsugi, Japan. I was fortunate to get a ride with Jay R. Beasley and Captain Cuccius in the first P2V-7 assigned to the squadron in during that month. I will always remember the take-off of that plane equipped with the standard props and two jet engines. I couldn't believe the power it had going what seemed like straight up!..." [01SEP2012]

MASTERSON, Gary "Peaches" gary.masterson@gwbt.com "...I served with VP-22 during the years 1971 and 1972. I was called "Peaches". Mike Green an AE gave me the nickname. I was on Patt's plane in 1972 before the famous picture of the Patt's Rats. I've been looking for Mike Green and Jeff Westly, but I'm not having much luck. They are pictured on VPNAVY but no addresses..." [24MAY2002]

MASTERSON, John Jmaster520@aol.com "...I was in VP-46 (1956 thru 1959) then VP-40 (1959 thru October 1961). Flew in VP-46 Crew 3 and VP-40 Crew 7. Any old Shipmates around - lease respond..." [23OCT99]

MASTERSON, LT Keith "Batman" kbatmast@aol.com "...VP-49: Jun 1990-Oct 1993. Deployed to Keflavik (twice) and Rota/Lajes. Detachments to Panama, Thule, Andoya, Souda Bay, Nordholz and Nimes. Instructor pilot. CAC-7 (The Uncrew). VT-10: Oct 1993-Sep 1996. Currently: United Airlines: Nov 1996-June 2025 :-) Looking to hear from anyone I flew with or any WFWP who remembers disliking Womble ...."

MASZTAK, "Ziggie" c/o His Son Don Masztak marine@buckeye-express.com "...I am a former U. S. Marine. I just came across some of my Father's paperwork. I'm wondering if anyone who reads this, might have been in contact with him? I know it will be tough, as he would have been 86 this year. He was with VH-2 Saipan and Tinian in 1945. He was a Waist Gunner/nose gunner. Seaman 1 C: Zykfryt "Ziggie" Masztak. There is a Certificate from the NAS Banana River, Florida Combat Air Crew. VPB-2-OTU#3. Combat Air Crew-56-B. 27 day of March 1945. There is a list of Crew Members, 13 in all, headed by First Pilot Lt. B. Barrett. Anyone having any info, input, whatever - please contact me at the e-mail address given. Thanks for your time. God Bless! Semper Fi! An Ole Marine Flame Tanker...Also served with VPB-100..." [BIO Updated 29AUG2001 | 23AUG2001]

MATEER, AMS2 Philip F. pfm7jr@outdrs.net "...I was attached to VP-48 Airframes from 1972 through 1973 and flew the Boomerang with TADs to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Misawa, Japan, NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, and back to NAS Moffett Field, California. I would like to make contact with anyone who was attached to VP-48 during that time especially anyone who was in Airfrmes..." [E-Mail Updated 01JAN2004 | 16DEC2000]

MATEJKA, Jim "Maytag" jmmatejka@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-49..." [10MAY2007]

MATERN, Steve vp11sam@aol.com "...I served with VP-11 (1977-1981) as a IFT on Crew-1. Trying to locate Shipmate AW David Crosley..." [08APR2015]

MATES, Allen "...I was in VP-45 from September 1966 to August 1968. Would like to know what happened to the men of that era. I was A mechanic on the P-3. 38 Croman Ct., Hazlet, NJ 07730..." [04AUG99]

MATHEIS, Henry ptc103one@aol.com "...I served with FASRON-5 at NAS Oceania, VA from 1956 to 1957 and VP-833 at NAS New York, New York from 1958 to 1962..." [17APR2011]


MATHEWS, Chuck "Matt" cvmdc@aol.com "...I served with VP-47 from mid 1952 to mid 1955. I flew some in BA7 and I believe it was in 1954 but could also been in late 1953 as well. I was an ATAN, while at NAS Alameda, California. I also did compartment cleaning while I wasn't flying as ECM on 7 Boat. I was a brown bagger as well. I would like to hear from anyone who knew me. I am looking for O'Leary who was from the Boston area and John Gilbride who was from the Chicago area. John had also been with me in VF-821 and we left the Essex to go to VP-47. I've been in touch with some of the VP-47 guys and even recently had a nice visit from Walter Golsan from crew 9 (1952 and 1953 years). Walter was an AO2. It was a very nice visit but very short also..." [01JUL2004]

MATHEWS, Greg "Mat" c130loadmat@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1981 to 1983 in Airframes, Flight Engineer Shop and Corrsion Control. Great Tour!..." [18APR2008]

MATHIEU, AO3 Ted tedmathieu@usa.com "...I served with VP-49 at NAS Bermuda from 1954 to 1957. I flew with 5 Boat as the Ordnanceman. We had some great times at Elbow Beach. I remember we talked the pilot into buzzing the beach - it wasn't 1 minute later he got a call from the Executive Officer to return to base. We never buzzed Elbow Beach again..." [BIO Updated 26APR2009 | 09JUL2003]

MATHIS, AT2 James L. II jlmathis@gte.net "...Served as P5M Aircrewman in VP-48 1960-1962 NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [10JUL2001]

MATHWICH, PN3 Tom tom.Mathwich@mail.bcop.com "...I served with VQ-2 from May 1969 through February 1971. I was a PN3 in the Eucation Office and our CO was CDR Hatch. I will be returning to NS Rota, Spain in the summer of 2001. Would like to be able to visit NS Rota, Spain. After I left the Navy I attended and received a degree from the University of Wisonsin 1974. I am currently employed at Boise Cascade. My wife Kaye is a teacher in the Tomahawk School District, Tomahawk, Wi. Looking for advise on how we can arrange a visit to both NS Rota, Spain and VQ-2..." [06APR2001]

MATHWICK, ENS Leon c/o Mr. Frank Holmes fholmes101@aol.com "...Leon MATHWICK, then an Ensign now retired , a snow bird, lives in Wisconsin in the summer and Arizona in the winter -- anyone interested in contacting him let me know..." [21JUN2005]

MATSON, AT3 Russ russmatson@gmail.com "...I served with FASRON-116 from 1955 to 1957 and currently living in Miami, Fl. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [06JAN2009]

MATTER, AT1 Don matterdw@aol.com "...I was an AT1 reservist with VP-60 from 1978 to 1983. I got to be very good at repairing Tactical Air Navigation systems (TACANS). Cruises included NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan NS Subic Bay, Philippines, and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. I very much enjoyed the fellow reservists at AIMD which is where I worked. I retired from Northrop Grumman Corporation and spend lots of time in Chicago and power boating on Puget Sound in WA. I do miss my old buddy Carl Zane and wonder how he is doing. He was one of the best team players I have met in my lifetime..." [28JAN2003]

MATTERN, ABCM James E. "Jim" Retired mattlan@cox.net "...I served with FASRON-200 Special (1956-1960) at Blackbushe, England in the Air Cargo Unit. I flew aboard the R4D's as a loadmaster, mainly with the AP's including Chief Pomroy. I lived in Camberley, Surrey for the duration. Like most at the time I married an English girl and left there with a baby boy. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [16APR2015]

MATTHEWS, AO3 Dave sydavid@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-46, the Grey Knights, at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1971 to 1972. I trained, as did everybody I guess, with VP-31 at NAS Moffett Field, California and then moved to VP-46 across the runway. I caught up with the 46 when they were finishing a deployment in NAS Adak, Alaska, in April, 1971. After coming back to CA, we went on a 6-month deployment to Japan early '72 and came back about in August '72. My rate was AO3 and I flew with crew #7, commanded by LT Casey Coane, most of the time, since the Exec was actually the Plane Captain, but he didn't fly that much with us. We had some exciting times flying in the Sea of Japan and near S. Korea. Some of the scariest flying I ever did was through the Tishuma Straits, though the flying out of Adak was pretty hairy, too. Somedays we had to all be in the cockpit, as we taxied at NAS Adak, Alaska, because it was so windy we had trouble keeping the tail off the tarmac! I could go on and on, so I will stop. Except to say, I wouldn't trade the experience for anything..." [01JAN2004]

MATTHEWS, YN3 Glenn E. glennmatthews756@yahoo.com "...YN3 VP-50 from 1972 to 1975 discharged and reenlisted into NARDET VP-91..." [E-Mail Updated 02NOV2007 | 15SEP2001]

MATTHEWS, AW3 Jon "Jon Boy" jon@jonmatthews.us "... I arrived at VP-65 in 1974 after serving short stints with both VP-64 and VP-65 in NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from 1973-1974. I was a Sensor 2 LOFAR/DIFAR Operator for the first year and later became a Sensor 1 Operator and trainer for SAR's in our squadron. I did deployments in NAS Agana, Guam the last during the Vietnam refugee evacuation in 1976. I left active duty as a TAR in 1976 and completed my reserve time in 1979. I later reenlisted withe the SeaBees in Santa Barbara during Desert Storm but was later discharged due to a bad hearing loss. I currently live in Norwalk, California and boast of 8 children, 16 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04APR2019 | 26MAY2013]

MATTHEWS, ASC Michael W. Retired michael19554@cox.net "...I was attached to VP-22 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from January 3, 1991 until mine and the squadrons retirement. I served as the Admin CPO and the Aircraft CPO during this time. Like to hear from any old Shipmates find out what your up to..." [11APR2002]

MATTHEWS, AD3 Rachel D. castironcook@hotmail.com "...Was in VP-23 from 89 to the end of 92. This web site brings back a lot of wonderful memories. I would like to say "hi" to everyone, especially Kelly, Jack, Drake, Ken, Karl, Ted, Robin and other friends I think about often (whenever I listen to the news). I got married (Rhonda was my Maid of Honor) in 2004. We also moved to Michigan in 2004, after finishing up my graduate degree and toughing out in Minnesota for a few years. My daughter is great and moving into her teens (scary). Hope to hear from old friends..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 10AUG2007 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 17DEC2001 | 02JUN99]

MATTHEWS, Ron "Red" towboater812@yahoo.com "...I was in VP-1 in '84-86 as a SS3. Would really like to hear from my old shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 27OCT2001 | 29MAR97]

MATTHEWS, AO1 (AW) (NAC) Scott Retired p3acord@msn.com"...I served with VP-64/VP-66 from 1977 to 1995 both as a TAR and SELRES. I was an aircrew ordnanceman for most of that time. I retired Jan. 1995. I am thinking of changing my name and age and doing it all over again. I do miss it and wish I could..." [30MAR2005]

MATTINGLY, AT1(NAC/AW) Jim Retired karbiz2004@yahoo.com "...I served with RVAH-11, RVAH-9, VP-23, HT-18, VAQ-33, VP-31 and VPU-2. I retired in 1993..." [03FEB2018]

MATTOCKS, Ed hsterling@windstream.net "...I served with VP-10 from December 1970 to June 1973 and worked in Maint Control with Rich Nichols, Jim Frush and Dave Elliott. Then went to QC for the rest of my tour. Made a deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and one to NAS Bermuda. Al Yarberry and I stll stay in touch and get together at least once a year. I'm now fully retired in Jax, Fl and to bass fishing and woodworking....whatever the weather allows. Sadly, Rich Nichols, also retired here in Jax, has been fighting alzhiemers and isn't able to recall much at all. I still remember those brutal Maine winters and the very short summers there..." [31DEC2008]

MATTOS, Donald Joseph donmattos@succeed.net "...I served with VP-876 (1950-1958). I would like to purchase a squadron patch and hear from former Shipmates..." [28AUG2013]

MATTOX, ATC (AW/NAC/MTS) Ben "Zappa Jr." Retired bemattox@gmail.com "...I served with VP-22 (1977-1980), NAS Moffett Field, California AIMD (1980-1983), VAQ-33 (1983-1986) at NAS Key West, Florida (IFT), VPU-1 (1986-1989), VR-22 (1989-1992) at NS Rota, Spain and NAval Air Maintenance TRAining GRoup DETachment (NAMTRAGRUDET) (1992-1995) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida until Retirement. Check me out on Facebook-Ben Mattox and LinkedIn-Benjamin Mattox..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 02DEC2013 | E-Mail Updated 03FEB99 | 07JUN98]

MATTSON, AE2 Steve smajmatt2@charter.net "...I served with VP-23 from 1983 to 1986. I worked in the AE Shop with Al Hines, Mike Rhinefield, Chief Harpley and Rick Block. Deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal / NS Rota, Spain, UNITAS and NAS Bermuda. Had some great times in the squadron with alot of good friends. Had alot of swiller times. I remember the time in Palma Malorca, Spain when I got the crap knocked out of me by a cab driver and had to go on the Carrier that was in port for medical treatment. Tom Mendez my best man at my wedding and Jorge Paz we sure did have some good times together. Louie and Sam my favorite FE's those AD's sure could get the job done. Thanks for all the good times. Art Pimental thanks for the support at the apartments when I came back to Maine with a wife. Good luck to all of you. Bill Powers I still remember the night at your house when we had clams and my wife couldn't eat them. Hope to hear from former Shipmates..." [01JUN2010]

MATUSZKIEWICZ, Rich e527@cs.com "...I was assigned to NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam in April 1971 as a member of base personnel. About November 1971 base was decommissioned and became Army Air Facility with the remaining 47 sailors officially known as NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, Detachment NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I left in April 1972 and shortly after returning home I sent mail to some buddies and it was returned marked Unit decommissioned. We supported a rotating number of VP detachments and the Army's 1st Radio Research Company (Crazy Cats) flying old P2..." [29APR2004]

MAULER, AD2 Richard Dale jamauler@gtmc.net "...I served with VP-28 (1953-1955) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with deployments to NAS Kodiak, Alaska and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I flew (Crew-3 BUNO: 131429) with Bud Nelson (Crew Chief). I transfered to VP-17 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and then FASRON-112 where I was discharged from the Navy (05/1956)..." [05APR2013]

MAULSBY, J.D."Spud" spudpasofino@webtv.net "...Served in VW-2 56-59 as ACW / NAS Twin Cities, Minnesota as AC 67-69/VP-8 70-72 /FASO 73-76 /VP-45 77-79 /HS-11 80-82 /HS-1 82-85. Retired on 1 Jan. 85 own and operate a horse training and breeding operation in Florida would like to hear from any of my old running mates. I hope some of the old Willie Victor crew two are still around . Also would like to contact Phil Solem he could still be on active duty he recieved his commision in 72 or 73. I was known in VP-8 as Spud or The Bermuda Budda..." [16MAR98]

MAURER, Ed emaurer@atlantic1.com "...I'm a retired AW1 (1978-1997); looking at my old squadron's page (VP-6 & VP-62) I saw mentioned some old Shipmates. That was nice; especially reading about the wheels-up landing VP-6 performed on Kawaui back in 1980. I never know too many details about it till now. PS: We've an old Soviet Juliet class sub here in the bay area that has been restored and is open as a static display. Haven't been to it yet but it looks like something to go see when the boy gets a little bigger. Aloha..." [14JUN99]

MAURO, AE2 Joseph fafi1@optonline.net "...I served with VP-44 (09/1955-09/1958) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. We flew the P5M and deployed aboard the USS Currituck (AV-7) during Operation Springboard every January at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR..." [D-Mail Updated 15OCT2016 | 08AUG2001]

MAUST, AO2 Gladen pawpaw8g@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-56 (1970-1971) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (Aircrew) with two deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [10MAR2012]

MAVILIA, Joseph joe@las.net "...I served with VP-40 (01/1958-1962) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California with a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, VP-31 (11/1959-01/1961) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California and FAW-4 (Communications School)..." [12AUG2011]

MAXIMO, AD2 Steve "Mad Max" rig_pig_1@hotmail.com "...I served in VP-16 6/78 to 11/81 I worked AIMD and in the squadron mech shop. VP-16 was one great squadron and I met allot of great people there and had some great times. I found it one night looking for a picture of a P-3 and saw some familiar names. As for me: After I got out I lived in Pennsylvania for 2 years then moved to California for 11 years, working offshore oil rigs for Shell, I then transferred down to New Orleans in 1995 and now live about 35 miles north of the big easy and continue to work for Shell Oil Co. in in their Deepwater Division on Platform Auger. I hope to hear from some of the old buds..." [06JUL99]

MAXWELL, AE2 Colleen colleen@sailsantacruz.com "...I served with VP-6 from 1985 to 1989. I have great memories and often think about everyone I served with. If your out there send me an email..." [07JUN2004]

MAXWELL, Donald M. Gimpie1997@AOL.com "...I was in the Navy from September 22, 1954 until August 8, 1958. I was in VP-45. I'm trying to locate buddies or know of any Reunions concerning that squadon. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much..." [12APR2001]

MAXWELL, LT Jay M. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=1975 "...LT Jay M. Maxwell, USN - NFL Number: 1975 - Date of Birth: 12/25/1936 - Date In: 1/1/1959 - Date Out: 1/1/1967 - City, State: Peachtree City, GA - School Attended: Kansas University - Aircraft Flown: T-34, T-28, S2F, P2, P-3 - Ship or Unit: VP-5 and VX-1 - Pilot Desg.: Aircraft Commander - Significant Achievements: B.S. Aeronautical Engineering 3,500 Military flight hours Delta Airlines Captain - In Memoriam? No..." [29NOV2005]

MAXWELL, AMSC(AW) Jim Retired madmax@penn.com "...I served in VP-23 (74-78), Naval Air Development Center (74-81), VA-85 (81-84 Forrestal CV-59 and Kennedy CV-67), HC-6 (84-87 Det-3 Milwaukee AOR-2 1986), VA-36 (87-90 Roosevelt CV-71 and Lincoln CV72), VP-26 (90-93), NAWC Warminster (93-94). Enjoyed serving in NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [14SEP99]

MAXWELL, Joseph C. "Maxie" jomar7@optonline.net "...I served with VR-22 NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I lived nn Barracks SP-70 assigned to the Belle of Naples 51-7635. Great duty and made the regular runs between NAS Norfolk, Virginia, St. Johns, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco, and NAF Naples, Italy. Remember the Cuban missle crisis and evac. If Frank Digiovanni reads this please get in touch..." [E-Mail Updated 05AUG2010 | 24SEP2004]

MAXWELL, CDR Pete Retired petermaxwell@cox.net "...I was in VP-22 from 1970-1973 and was very interested in Larry Forney's list of WestPac and Hawaii memories. I was in the right seat of the aircraft that did the emergency landing on Miyako Jima and share that and several other memories with him and others here at this great website. I was in VA-128, flying the TC-4's, 1976-1979, on the USS Midway 1979-1980, VP-30 as a flight instructor 1981-1982, VP-24 as the operations officer til mid 83, 2 years in the Pentagon, then took over VR-22, NS Rota, Spain, as a direct input CO in August 1985. My final tour was as the navigator on USS Eisenhower from late 1986 til 1988. My final 6 months in the Navy found me TAD to VA42 flying the TC-4C again so I could get current in the air again and become competative for an airline job. It worked-- I'm in my tenth year at Northwest Airlines flying the A-320 Airbus and loving life. I'll be in touch with several guys that I've found on this page. Would love to hear from some of my long lost Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 25JUN2002 | 27NOV98]

MAXWELL, Stephen H. shmaxwell529@gmail.com "...I served with VP-26 (TACCO) from 1971 to 1974. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09OCT2010 | 02DEC98]

MAXYMILLIAN, AT2 Frank bluemax4@verizon.net "...I enlisted in Massachusetts in April of 1953 on a kiddie cruise. Did boot training at Bainbridge MD, then to Airman Prep school at NATC NAS Norman, Oklahoma. I was determined to go to Aviation Machinist School and work on aircraft engines but it was determined by "Higher Authority" that I would "volunteer" for and accept Aviation Electronics Tech "A" school at NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee. I was assigned to 2 months mess cook duty before starting school. That was choice duty. No duty sections, we kept our liberty cards in our pockets and as long as we showed up on time and did our work no one cared where we went or what we did. On completion of "A" school in the summer of 1954 I was assigned to the Naval Air Development Unit (NADU) at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts and remained there until the Spring of 1957. NADU had a large variety of aircraft and I was fortunate enough to fly on all of them except the single seat fighters. I was part of the crew on the Super Constellation "Big Dipper" When she crashed in Johnsville, PA and was very fortunate to have been chosen to fly 2nd radio on our ZPG-2N Airship "Snowbird" when she broke the Graf Zeppelin's unrefueled distance and time aloft records. I would enjoy hearing from any one who served at NADU during that time frame..." [E-Mail Updated 19MAR2006 | 15MAY2003]

MAY, Aaron Kenneth sdmay@home.com "...I served in FASRON-108 PS-23 1957-1961. We patrolled in the P2V-7F based in NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [14SEP2001]

MAY, Frank (Mee) "...Served with VP-81 1942, would like to correspond with any VP-81 personnel. My snail mail address is: 17 Stewart Lane, Woodbury NJ 08096..." [17OCT99]

MAY, AW3 Frank O. frank@frankmay.com "...I served with VP-50 from June 1968 to January 1970. I changed my rate from AX change to AW-3. We deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, and NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. Just saying hello. How'd I get this old so fast?..." [16AUG2003]

MAY, Gerald c/o Daughter jcbluecreek@gmail.com "...My Father, Gerald May, VPB-45 FAW-6. Dad served in the U. S. Navy from September 5, 1942 to February 6, 1946. If you would like to communicate with my Dad - I will forward all messages..." [27FEB2010]

MAY, AWCM Mike MAYM@CNRF.NAVY.MIL "...Spent some time with CPW-2 from 1977-1979, VP-91 from 1980-1983, VP-90 from 1983-1987, CRPWP from 1987-1990, and VP-69 from 1990-1995..." [E-Mail Updated 31JUL2002 |07SEP97 ]

MAY, AT1 Oscar Grouch_II@msn.com "...Original member at standup of VP-94 OCT 71-JUL 73. I was an ADR at that time. VR-53, Memphis '73-'76, VR-54 '76-'80. Changed Rate to AT in 1980. HS-85 '80-'83, VP-66 83'-'84. I then spent four great years in VP-60 '84-'88 with the likes of Lew Brown, Dave Moyers, Bob Poynter, Les Dixon, Rob Mahool, Bear Bryant, Mike Walsh, Stacy Parker, & a whole lot of other great Shipmates. (How's tricks guys)'. From there I went on to VFA-303 '88-'92, VR-60 '92-'93, where I retired in July 1993. I now work as a Casino Dealer in Tunica, Mississippi. It would be great to hear from any old Shipmates..." [15MAR2001]

MAY, CAPTAIN Robert C. Retired may@rivnet.net "...I joined VP-26 in NAS Brunswick, Maine in 1957. Designated NAO(S) number one (now called NFO). Plank owner in VP-30. Served at NAVFAC San Salvador Island in the Bahamas. Served in VX-1 Key West FL followed by a tour in VP-19 NAS Moffett Field, California before heading to Washington D.C.. Enjoyed the total VP Anti-Submarine adventure..." [03DEC2001]

MAY, MCPO Robert F. Retired robertfmayjr1@yahoo.com "...My first station after "Boot camp" was VP-46 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. I served with VP-46 from April 1962 to December 1965. I participated in the move to NAS Moffett Field, California, where I believe we were the first P2 squadron ever assigned there as well as being the first P-3 Squadron in the pacific fleet. I was on the NAS Adak, Alaska deployment and the 1965 WestPac as a member of crew six with then LCDR J. T. "FIDDLER" Weir on VP-46 Det. NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Our first RC-6 (150514) is still being "ALL WORLD" with the US Customs Service at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Someone in the last 39 years fixed the fuel leak..." [04MAY2003]

MAY, Ronald feather510@comcast.net "...I was in FASRON-117 from 1956 to 1959 , I was a Plane Captain out of the line shack. Then was sent to The carrier USS Bon Homm Richard. I would like to find the guys I worked with on the flight line..." [BIO Updated 18SEP2015 | BIO Updated 28MAR2013 | 29JAN2013]

MAYER, Bill mayer@lemoorenet.com "...Was attached to VP-48 with the pig boats from May of 62 to May 65. Enjoyed flying especially out of Sangley Point PI. Would like to hear from "old" shipmates..."

MAYER, Steve flyn8251@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17, VP-4, VP-30, VP-9, Catbird ETD, VP-16 and NADEP NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [18MAY2013]

MAYER, AE3 Tom caddisfly2@hotmail.com "...I served with VT-31 (08/1970-08/1973) on the flight line for Ray Henan(sp) in the Electricans Shop. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [14NOV2015]

MAYERS, Donald D. c/o His Daugher Jamie Stowe Jamie.Stowe@wcom.com "...I'm looking for any informaion on my Father. His name is Donald D. Mayers he was in the Navy from 2-27-46 till 1-24-53. My father was part of the Beaching Crew on PBM. He was station at the N.A.B. Ebeye VP-32 during Operation Crossroads. Please, if you have any information, please contact me..." [24FEB2000]

MAYERS, LCDR Jean jeanmayers@aol.com "...During WWII I was a first a co-pilot and then a PPC in VP/VPB-92. My active duty service was from 1942 thru 1945..." [09JUN2007]

MAYERS, AMS1 Kimberly midget40@yahoo.com "...I was in VP-24 from 1988 to 1991. I was wondering if there are still some people around from then..." [19DEC99]

MAYEUX, AW2 Charles charlesmayeux46@gmail.com "...I served with VP-94 (1964-1970) at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana. Many flights were aboard P2V-7 (BUNO: 145915)..." [E-Mail Updated 24JUN2014 | 05JUN2001]

MAYEUX, Rob rmayeux@navpoint.com "...I was in VP-94 as an Ordnanceman ('70-74), VP-17 ('77-80 Tacco/MC), VP-91 (83-86), and VP-94 (86-88)..." [26APR2000]

MAYFIELD, PN Terry D. tdmayf@gmail.com "...I served with VAW-12 (Detachment 52) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island from 1958 to 1959 with tours on the USS Valley Forge (CVS-45) and the USS Lake Champlain (CVS-39)..." [27JUL2009]

MAYHEW, Donald H. dhmay@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-47 from 1952-May 1955. My home base was Alemeda, California. I served under Commander Hayes, Commander Thayer, Lt. Bryans, First Class Henry Beck, First Class Wayen Nelson, Airman Studder and many others. I was stationed overseas at NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I would like any information from any men serving with VP-47 at that time..." [28FEB2000]

MAYHEW, Lawrence lmayhew4@home.com "...Served in VP-17 and VA(HM)-10 from February 1955 through June 1958. Always enjoy contact with old friends and squadron mates..." [29NOV2001]

MAYMAN, AT2 Jerry J. maymanj@earthlink.net "...I served with VS-39 from 1951 to 1955..." [17JUL2004]

MAYNARD, Truman trumaynard@suddenlink.net "...I served with the 1st Aviation Company (Radio Research) and with VP-31 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California in early 1967. We deployed to Vietnam in June 1967..." [17NOV2009]

MAYO, Charles "Chuck" chuckmayo@suddenlink.net "...I served with VU-5 from November 1952 to July 1954. Flew as AO crew member on a JD-1 #16 & 20 with deployments to NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Atsugi, Japan, Miho, Fukioka, Phippines, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. I'm 80, so I doubt there are many left. Carlo, Fiero, Renfro, Szmborski, Sota, to name a few. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [02APR2011]

MAYO, YN Roy L. lavernmayo@suddenlink.net "...I was stationed at NAS Point Mugu, California from april 1969 to april 1971 and was attached to VX-4 Air test and Evaluation Squadron. This was my 1st duty station and I was stationed there until I received my orders to Vietnam. The CO was Capt. J. R. Foster and I was a Yeoman working in officer service records and legal..." [05MAR2010]

MAYS, Gordon Edward biggmays@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-21 (03/1968-1969) and VP-5 (1969-12/1969) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I (and other's) was released early from Active Duty thanks to President Nixon..." [08JAN2012]

MAYS, ABHAA Jeffrey L. chefjeff61@gmail.com "...I served with VAQ-33 (1979-1981) at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. I worked on the line then crash & smash. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [01MAY2016]

MAYS, ADJ2 Mile mrmays@sofast.net "...I served with VP-49 from June 1963 to November 1964. Would like to find enlisted buddies. I was an ADJ2 and worked in Powerplant Shop. Work mates were George Chowenski, David Jenkins, and Frank Langbien. George and David were ADJ's and Frank was an AT. Any information would be appreciated..." [30MAR2003]

MAYS, Richard richhm@bellsouth.net "...I served wit VP-45 from 1967 through 1970..." [E-Mail Updated 09FEB2001 | 14DEC2000]

MAYS, AE3 Samuel Sam2894069@yahoo.com "...I was in VP-56 May 1956 through February 1959. AE3 on crew LQ-11 BUNO: 126495. I would like to hear from anyone that served the same time. I was on the cruise September 1956..." [17FEB2001]

MAYWHORT, David c/o Erich Arbogast earbog@coair.com "...My Uncle (DAVID MAYWHORT) served with VAH-21 in Viet Nam. He was in CREW-3. He passed away this last summer. I would like to hear comments from anyone that served with him or may know about the different squadrons he served with. He may also have been in VP-7..." [10DEC99]

MAYWHORT, ADR1 Dave "Maypops" [Deceased] C/O His Son Dave Maywhort rockydoc1@attbi.com "...My dad, ADR1 Dave Maywhort (Maypops), was with VP-7 off and on for most of my childhood. Dad passed on two years ago, but going through the site brought back many memories. I remember the crash on 11 May 1964 off NS Rota, Spain well. My mom's best friend was married to one of the crewmembers and it was my first real upclose and personal experience with death and loss. I'm now retired from the Army after 27 years and have the same feelings of comraderie with friends I served with, especially after combat duty. I'm glad my dad had that type of connection with the members of VP-7 and when he flew with Project TRIM and VAH-21..." [31DEC2002]

MAZZA, CAPTAIN Joe Retired jm0045@yahoo.com "...Served with VP-5 Mad Foxes from 1972 through 1975...Captain Mazza was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 2, 1946. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1968 with a Bachelor of Science degree and a major in Foreign Affairs. He was designated a Naval Aviator in 1969. After serving for two years as a flight instructor with Training Squadron 3 at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida, he reported in 1972 to Patrol Squadron 5 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, where he completed three deployments to Atlantic and Mediterranean bases. From 1975 to 1977, he attended the Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California, graduating with a Master of Science degree in Operations Research. He was next assigned to the staff of Commander Carrier Group 5 homeported at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, where he served as the Air Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer. During his two years on that staff he completed several Western Pacific and Indian Ocean deployments. In 1980 he was assigned to Patrol Squadron 48 at NAS Moffett Field, California, where he served as Operations Officer until 1982, deploying to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, Japan and NAS Adak, Alaska. He next served on the staff of the U.S. Commander in Chief Pacific at Camp Smith, Hawaii, as Senior Military Analyst in the Research and Analysis Division. In 1984 he reported to Antarctic Development Squadron 6 at NAS Point Mugu, California, for his first Aviation command. He completed three deployments to Antarctica and was the squadron Commanding Officer from April 1986 to May 1987. He next attended the Naval War College at Newport, Rhode Island earning a Master of Arts degree in National Security and Strategic Studies in 1988. After graduating, he stayed on at the Center for Naval Warfare Studies as a CNO Research Fellow until March 1989. Captain Mazza assumed major aviation command as Commander, U.S. Naval Support Force, Antarctica homeported at CBC Port Hueneme, California, and completed his fourth and fifth antarctic deployments. From 1991-1995, Captain Mazza served as the Commanding Officer and Professor of Naval Science for the Carnegie Mellon University NROTC Unit in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Captain Mazza retired in August, 1995 after 28 years of dedicated service to the United States Navy. His decorations include the Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon, Meritorious Unit Citation Ribbon, Navy "E" Ribbon (2), Navy and Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal (2), Antarctica Service Medal, and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (7)...http://www.cmu.edu/enrollment/rotc/nrotc/mazza.html...I served with VP-5 1972-75, VP-48 1980-83, VXE-6 1984-87 (CO 1986-87)..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 27JUL2000]

MAZZUCA, AD1 Rick rick_mazzuca@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-90 at NAS Glenview, Illinois. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [28MAR2014]

MAZZUCHI, James jmazzuchi@goodshepherdmanor.org "...I served with VP-31 (late 1980's) at NAS Moffett Field, California and NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [25AUG2021]

MAZY, Mike mikemazy@hotmail.com "...I spent 11 and one half years in the Navy, most of it with VP squadrons. I was stationed at NAS Moffett Field, California in Sunnyvale, California, first with VP-19 then transferred to VP-31 then back to VP-47. I left the service in 1974 as an AW-1. I served as a crewman on various flight crews and with VP-31 was also an Instructor training flight crews. I helped train the Australian Air Force when they purchased P-3's and saw when they lost one of their aircraft on landing at Moffett Field when one of the main landing gear broke off. It was determined later using metallurgical tests that the metal used to make that landing strut had crystallized and was defective. I was also in the VP-19 when they lost an airplane on an evening sub exercise south of Catalina Island. I was to take the place of one of the crewman who died in the crash however he showed up for his flight and went instead. I was also in the squadron when one of the flight crews was doing touch and go's and an Ames Research 707 was directed to land on the same runway and the 707 crashed into the underside of the P-3. The only survivor of that crash was a friend of mine named Bruce Malibert. He wasn't supposed to live. He sure fooled the doctors. Not only did he live, he came out of his coma and learned to talk again. He remained a paraplegic though. He was from San Bernardino, California. The last I heard is that he got married..." [E-Mail Updated 16DEC99 | E-Mail Updated 25MAY99 | 26APR98]

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