VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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Memorial Picture "...MIHELICH, LT(jg) Jack H...Jack passed away suddenly Saturday evening, May 25, 2013 at this home. Jack served with VP-10 from 1957 to 1959. He joined the U.S Navy as an aircraft pilot and made his first aircraft landing on the USS Saipan. He retired from the navy and then was called back to duty for the Cuban Missile Crisis as an air combat instructor. He was affectingly known as the "screamer" to his students. During his career he enjoyed flying the P2V tracking Russian submarines. After a 24 year career with the U.S Navy he was employed by Capital Airlines as a pilot which was later bought by United Airlines. He retired in 1979 from United Airlines after 20 years and had flown DC 8, DC 10, 727, 737,and 747 airplanes. SEE: Jack H. Mihelich (May 6, 1933 - May 25, 2013)..." Contributed by WILSON, AT2 Robert T. Jr. helgasgardener@gmail.com [29MAY2013]

Memorial Picture "...MIHANS, Andy Mihans "AJ"...I would like to sadly report the passing of "AJ" Andy Mihans. He and I went to A and B school together at Millington NAS in 1950-1951. We pulled a lot of fun liberties together. I called him today to tell him about my recent trip to Millington. It is not NAS any more. His wife told me about his passing away. His wife and I had a nice long conversation. I went to another school in NAS Norfolk, Virginia, and he went to a VQ squadron in NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I met him in NAS Norfolk, Virginia for the last time in 1951. I found him a few years ago and talked to him on the phone several times. I can kick my self for putting off getting together and now it is too late. I served with VP-7 from 1951-1954...Bud Michaels shirleybudvp7@aol.com..." [17JUL2005]

Memorial Picture Shipmate PixCirca 1945 "...MIKITA, ARM2 Ted E. "Theo"...My father, ARM2 Theo E. Mikita, passed away May 26th, 2004. Dad served with VPB-2 OTU 3 as a radio operator aboard the PBM-3 out of in out of NAS Banana River, Florida until reassigned to VPB-2 OTU 4 prior to shipping out (August 1944) to train on new PBM-5 at the Radar School in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. Attached to crew 72C, PPC LT(jg) Harold J. McKibben. After NAS Corpus Christi, Texas flew to NAF Salton Sea, then to NAS Alameda, California VPB-99 for crew ASW and Navigation training. Next the crew traveled to MCBH Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii and attached to VPB-100 for advanced training covering sleeve gunnery, ASW sonobuoy, and radar bombing. They were finishing this up when the atomic bombs were dropped in Japan. They made preparations for shipping out to the war zone, and reached Kerama Retto, Okinawa to join VPB-208 and the USS Hamlin (AV-15) on August 21. Crewmates were copilot Ensign Koch, S2 Lawrence "Smokey'' J. Verstraete, AOM3 Douglas H Watts, Sidney Lee Hawkins, AOM3 Donald Roy Battenschlag, Joseph L Mugnolo, and Arthur B Street. By then offensive operations had ceased for the most part while negotiations for the surrender of Japan were being carried out. On August 24, 1945 they tracked and bombed a Japanese trawler in the Chusan Archipelego. Flew in squadron formation over Tokyo bay as part of surrender ceremonies on September 2, then participated in occupation duties in Tokyo. The crew spent the squadron’s final days in theatre providing VIP, courier and passenger service between major water accessible cities in Japan including Tokyo, Nagoya, Hiroshima, and Sasebo. When the squadron transferred out in November Ted was reassigned to a new crew in VPB-26. VPB-26 was based initially out of Tokyo, and was serviced by the USS Hamlin (AV-15) (Yokosuka) and USS Bering Strait (AVP-34) (Sasebo) until the end of January when it relieved VPB-25 in Shanghai for service between Shanghai (USS Duxbury Bay (AVP-38)) and Tsing Tao. He flew with PPC’s LT(jg) Eymann, LT(jg) Roussey, LT Bedford and LCDR Demarest. Anyone with interest in or ties to VPB-208 and VPB-26 during this period are invited to email me..." Contributed by MIKITA, Ted E. ted@lwranch.com [17NOV2012]

Memorial Picture "...MIKULEWICZ, Mike...I would like to pass on the sad news that one of our VP-2 Shipmates Mike Mikulewicz passed away on Sunday December 12, 2010. I first met Mike when we were both in VP-2, flying P2's out of NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. He was in Crew 6 and I was in Crew 11. We did a WESTPAC Cruise in February of 1969 to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. We went our separate ways when the squadron was decommissioned upon our return to the states. This news is very hard for me to take. Mike was a true friend. He was my best man at my wedding in 1971. Mike was the kind of guy who would give you the shirt off his back without a second thought. I have never known anyone like him. Rest in peace Mike. You will always be remembered for the great person you were..." Contributed by Richard Newbold richfn@cableone.net [15DEC2010]

Memorial Picture Shipmate PixCirca 1956 "...MILLER, CAPTAIN Harold C. "Dixie" Retired...My father, Harold "Dixie" Miller, passed away in 1974. Dad graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy (06/1939), served aboard the USS Boise (CL-47), USS Rathburne (FF-1057) as Sound Instructor, NAS Pensacola, Florida (01/1942) earned his Naval Aviator Wings, VN8D8-1 as Executive, VN8DA-A as Commanding Officer, NAS Pensacola, Florida as Assistant Superintendent Aviation Training, VP-73 as Commanding Officer, Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) 4 as Commanding Officer, USS Saipan (CVL-48) as Assistant Air Officer, NAS Pensacola, Florida as Administrative Officer - Naval Air Basic Training Command, NAS Pensacola, Florida as COMPACDIVMATS Deputy Director and Chief of Operations, NAS Pensacola, Florida as Training Officer, USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) as Operations and Executive Officer and VPB-201 as a pilot, underwent secret training at NAS Banana River, Florida in 1942 and deployed to NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. I would love to hear from anyone who served with him. Shortly after Daddy died in 1974, a squadron member gave my mother a copy of a novel based on the squdron's war experience written by said squadron member. The book disappeared before I could read it and I don't remember the title. Daddy returned from Africa early due to medical reasons. I believe he was the gunnery officer, and was a 1939 graduate of Annapolis. I would love to hear from anyone who knew Daddy, and would like to learn the name and author of the novel inspired by the squadron's experience. Any stories would be greatly appreciated. Mcgruder Tuttle and Brick Blackburn are two names who I am aware of that he served with in the squadron..." Contributed by William R. Miller williamrossmiller@gmail.com [PIX/BIO Updated 16SEP2016 | 15SEP2016]

Memorial Picture "...MILLER, Harold David...My Grandfather, Harold David Miller, passed away a few years ago. He served with VP-17 and flew with Crew-5. I would like to hear from any Shipmates that may have known him..." Contributed by SSgt Michael A Heacock heacockma@gmail.com [11FEB2012]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...MILLER, AO2 George S...My Dad, George S. Miller, passed away July 23rd, 2006. Dad served in the United States Navy from 23MAR43 through 25MAR46. He served NTS Sampson, NY, NAS Banana River, Florida, HEadquarters SquadRON (HEDRON) 5-1, VP-25, NTTC NAS Norman, Oklahoma and NAAS Bronson Field, Pensacola, Florida. Dad was awarded the Pacific Theater Ribbon (2 Stars), American Theater Ribbon, Good Conduct Ribbon, Victory Medal, Phillipines Liberation Ribon (1 Star), Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal and Gold Stars in lieu of a second and third Air Medal for execeptional service while flying in combat areas where the enemy had strong patrol defenses and effective anti-aircraft positions..." Contributed by Erik Miller eggum422@gmail.com [14AUG2019]

Memorial Picture "...MILLER, CAPTAIN Norman "Bus" Mickey...Commander Norman "Bus" Mickey Miller - Born February 1, 1908 - Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Died May 21, 1946 - Corona Naval Hospital, California, of tuberculosis contracted in the South Pacific. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Promoted to Captain posthumously. R.J. Reynolds High School - Class of 1926 - Naval Academy - Class of 1931 - Naval Aviator - Designated 1934 - CDR Miller Photo Album - Captain Miller took command of Bombing Squadron 109 in 1943 with the rank of Commander. This squadron consisted of 15 B-24 (PB4Y-1) planes with 57 officers and 148 enlisted men. Between December 31, 1943 and August 16, 1944, his planes sank 20 Japanese ships, probably sunk or damaged 46 other enemy surface craft as well as destroying installations and aircraft on many South Pacific Islands. Some of the islands included Truk, Kwajalein, Puluwat, Saipan and Iwo Jima. He retired from the Pacific war zone with several letters of congratulations including one from Admiral Chester Nimitz, Commander- in-Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet: "It is enough to say that the enemy will be glad you have left the forward area. Congratulations on an outstanding tour of combat duty. Well done." Commander Miller, Naval Aviator 4050, was decorated more times than any other aviator in the Navy. Navy Cross (second only to the Medal of Honor), Silver Star (third highest award), 6 Distinguished Flying Crosses, 6 Air Medals, Purple Heart, Two Letters of Commendation from the Secretary of the Navy and Admiral Nimitz, Presidential Unit Citation VB-109, American Defense Service Medal - Fleet Clasp, American Area Compaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign Medal with 3 Bronze Stars, and World War II Victory Medal. He was buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery (Section 6, Grave 5015-A..." [10FEB2004]

Memorial Picture "...MILLER, AMM2 Leo Patrick "Pat"...My Father, Leo Patrick Miller, served during WWII (August 6, 1941 - November 1, 1945) in the Pacific. Dad passed away October 8, 2007. According to Dad's papers he enlisted at Navy Recruiting Station (NRS) Raleigh, NC, attended AMMS School at Naval Training Station (NTS) and Advanced Base CUB Unit (ABCU) NAS Norfolk, Virginia, served aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, SC, Lion ONE, Club TWO, Commander Allied Air Forces Central Europe (COMAIRCEN) Solomon Islands, CASU-9 and VR-3. Daddy didn't really talk much about his experience in the Pacific. He told us about a close call that happened while he was on a ship traveling with a fleet. A ship in front of his, and the one directly behind, each suffered hits while Daddy's ship (in the middle of the two) narrowly escaped being hit. I wish I had asked my Father more questions about it. If anyone remember's my Dad - I would love to hear from you..." Contributed by Rosemary Machen rmachen@jmdlaw.com [BIO Updated 10AUG2010 | 06AUG2010]

Memorial Picture "...MILLS, CDR Alvah V. Jr...My sister and I are seeking information about our father, CDR Alvah V. Mills, Jr. who served with VW-11 from 1955 to 1957. Dad passed away on January 2, 1988. We would love to hear from any of his former Shipmates. Thank you. Marsha Mills totmills@sbcglobal.net and Ann Robertson a.robert.63@hotmail.com..." [22JAN2007]

Memorial Picture "...MINARDI, Reno...I am sorry to have to report that Shipmate Reno Minardi of VPB-26 passed away on 1-27-2011. He will be missed and the condolences of The Mariners of VP/VPB-26 go out to his family..." Contributed by BALOG, AE2 Gene bilgepump26@cfl.rr.com [29JAN2011]

Memorial Picture "...MINEHART, Carl "Rick"...ROGERS -- Carl "Rick" Minehart, 37, of Rogers died in a plane crash on March 12, 2002, in Lee County. He was born Aug. 29, 1964, in Poplar Bluff, Mo., to Carl D. and Celesta L. Mattingly Minehart. He was a Navy veteran and had received many honors. He was a member of the Arkansas Bar Association and the VFW Post 3031. He enjoyed playing billiards, flying, skiing, computers and reading. Rick Minehart was a flight engineer and aviation electrician in the Navy from August 1982 to April 1996. He met his wife while stationed in Spain and spoke Spanish fluently. They had two sons. Carl served with VQ-2..." WebSite: CenterSeat (CENTERSEAT FORUM - Main Category - IN MEMORY) http://www.centerseat.net/ [07AUG2008]

Memorial Picture Shipmate PixGary Post-Tribune (21JUL44) "...MINTON, AO1 Robert Lee...Enlisted 11-24-42 and was later assigned to VPB-108 (FAW-14) flying aboard P4BY-1 BUNO: 32124 (No Body's Baby) as a Bow Gunner. His Pilot Irwin T. WENGIERSKI and LT John. His decorations and awards included the Navy Unit Citation, WWII Victory Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross with 1 Gold Service Star, Air Medal with 3 Gold Service Stars, Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal with 1 Silver and 1 Bronze Service Star, American Campaign Medal and Commendation Ribbon...." Contributed by Laurel Jones laurel2131@att.net [24MAY2014]

Memorial Picture "...MIRISE, CAPTAIN Kerry W...Captain Kerry Winston Mirise passed away October 20, 2016. Captain Mirise served with VP-16, VP-22, VP-28, VP-30, VP-31, Navy Recruiting District Philadelphia, CINCUSNAVEUR, USEUCOM and the Naval War College. His obituary was published in the Kitsap Sun: http://www.kitsapsun.com/obituaries/Kerry-W-Mirise-81-399925811.html We love him and we miss him. May he rest in peace..." Contributed by Kevin Mirise kmirise@hotmail.com [19NOV2016]

Memorial Picture "...MISCHKOT, LT Philip...my lifelong friend and crewmate, Philip MISCHKOT, passed away in 2012 at the age of 65 - http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/heralddemocrat/obituary.aspx?pid=160003945..." Contributed by SMETANA, AW Mark m0smetana@gmail.com [06MAY2015]

Memorial Picture "...MITCHELL, E. Benjamin...I am trying to find information on my Father, E. Benjamin Mitchell, who flew with VPB-106 with Chick Hayward. Ben Sr., passed away about 15 years ago but led a colorful life. His grandsons would like to know more about their Grandfather. Any information and help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks...Ben Mitchell ebenmitchell@aol.com..." [20APR2004]

Memorial Picture "...MITCHELL, James Casimir...James Mitchell - VP-4 1956-1958 - Mitchell, James Casimir , born on August 18, 1930 in Calumet City, IL, died Saturday, March 20, 2010 at age 79 of pneumonia at North Broward Medical Center in Pompano Beach, FL. He was a Navy pilot and recruiter for ten years, then a business owner in industrial biproducts. He lived in St. Louis, MO, Chicago, IL, Detroit, MI, New York City, NY and in 1996 retired to Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He is survived by many loving nephews, nieces, and friends all over the world. Guest Book for James Mitchell – Online Guest Book by Sun-Sentinel and http://www.legacy.com/gb2/default.aspx?bookid=4406777635122..." Contributed by ANDRUSZKEWICZ, Steve "Andy" sgpa2zfmly@aol.com [30MAR2010]

Memorial Picture "...MITCHUSSON, Richard "Mitch"...Richard "Mitch" Mitchusson passed away on November 19th, after a long, hard-fought battle against prostate cancer and Pick's disease. He had a life-long dedication to service and community; Mitch was well known and well liked by all. He was born January 3, 1939, in Bradley, Oklahoma, to Allie and Van Mitchusson. On his 17th birthday, he asked his mom to sign permission for him to join the Navy, leaving those wonderful hot Oklahoma summers of earning money cutting and baling broomcorn. In 1957 he fell in love with the Pacific Northwest during his assignment onboard the USS Boxer, which stopped in at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. In 1963 while stationed at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, he survived a plane crash onboard VP-17 at the NAS Kodiak, Alaska, one of only five survivors. In 1968 he qualified for submarine service and was stationed onboard the USS Stonewall Jackson, SSN-634; and later a short tour on the USS Medregal, SS-480. After a tour at BUPERS in Washington DC, he was assigned to the USS Seawolf, SSN-575 stationed at Mare Island Naval Shipyard from 1972-1974. After retiring from the Navy in 1975 as a Senior Chief Yeoman, he moved to Poulsbo and was hired in to the Poulsbo Public Works department, where he worked from 1975 to 1985, later reaching the position of Director of Public Works. In 1985 the next level of service called and he was voted in as Mayor of Poulsbo, and continued with dedication and loyalty until retiring in 1999. As Mayor, he was highly respected throughout the state, and was elected and served as Executive President of the Puget Sound Regional Council, working with the now U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Gary Locke. During his tenure as Mayor of Poulsbo, Mitch made daily trips through town ensuring "things" were okay, talking to the citizens and merchants to see if they needed anything, always sharing stories, hugs, and smiles. Some major accomplishments he will be known for include the Olhava/College Market Place area, the widening of Highway 305, and a Poulsbo branch of Olympic College. The Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce recognized and awarded him as their 1998 Person of the Year for "his unfailing commitment to the City of Poulsbo and his leadership in the community". He was a proud, golden member of the Poulsbo Sons of Norway, where he spent many mornings with his "coffee" buddies, sharing stories and political opinions and enjoyed Wii bowling competition Thursday evenings. He was a charter member of the Poulsbo Historical Society, a past member of the Poulsbo Lions Club, and member of the NK Friends of the Library. On June 1st, 1997, he married Barbara and lived in their Lemolo waterfront home, where they spent many evenings hosting get-togethers with friends. His parents, sister Alta Walker, and brother Harold Dean Mitchusson preceded him in death. He is survived by his first wife, Nancy Mitchusson, son Rick Mitchusson (Denise), daughter Rhonda Mitchusson, and his loving and supportive wife Barbara. In addition, he leaves granddaughters Jessica Edwards (Jon) and Sarah Meyer (Mark), and grandson Michael Mitchusson (Ashley Anderson); and nieces and a nephew in Oklahoma and Colorado. Donations in Mitch's name may be made to the Poulsbo Sons of Norway or NK Fishline Foodbank. A celebration of life will be held in early January. Read more: http://www.kitsapsun.com/..." Contributed by Brian O'Kelley okelleyb@aol.com [28NOV2010]

MICELE-SMITH, AD2 Marlene (Mart) mart1058@hotmail.com "...I was stationed at NAS Adak, Alaska from Dec. 1979 to Dec. 1980. Worked non-rated in Supply in the Blue & Red Sheds. Squadrons that deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska at that time were VP-47 and I beleive VP-17. Left NAS Adak, Alaska and went to AD school in TN. Received orders to VP-31 and was stationed there from 81-84 working in the mech shop, until an injury forced me to leave the Navy earlier than I had planned. Would love hearing from Shipmates that served with me at NAS Adak, Alaska. Had the best of times when stationed there, will never forget them..." [24MAY99]

MICHAEL, PNC Carol cmich@hamptonroads.com "...I served with VP-56 and did a deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Bermuda from 1985-1988. This was a very rewarding tour that I served as a PN2. I am still in the Navy and am now a PNC stationed on the carrier George Washington. It's great to be back in the aviation community and look forward to hearing from others who may have been in VP-56!..." [03MAY2001]

MICHAEL, ATR3 Tom michael3448@comcast.net "...I served with VAW-33 / VAQ-33 (1967-1970) with two detachments (1962 and 1969) aboard the USS Independence (CV 62) as aircrewman..." [24NOV2014]

MICHAELS, AL3 Maurice (Bud) shirleybudvp7@aol.com "...I served with VP-7 1951 - 1954. Our crew was crew 11 out of NAS Iwakuni, Japan in 1953. Our pilot was LT(jg) Volmer, Plane Captain was Moore, 2nd Mech was Bill Scherbon (who I am still in contact with), 1st Radioman was Rosalis and I was the 2nd Radioman. I think our crew flew the last mission of the Korean war on 27 July 1953. I would love to contact any squadron mates from that period of time. In those days most of us went to NAS Millington, Tennessee for A and B school. Three weeks ago I visited Millington with my wife who I met while going to A and B schools there, and my son and daughter in law. The base is not Navy any more. It was closed about half dozen years ago I was told. The water tower that used to have the rotating green lights is still there. The small hanger that we took some classes in is still there. At that time, 1950, it housed an Avenger and a few fighters, I thank Hellcats. They were used to show us how to take the radios out and to safety wire them in. The hanger now is being used for a great project. Volunteers have disassembled the famous Memphis Bell B-17 flying fortress and are restoring it. They are doing a beautiful job. They are giving very interesting tours of all aspects of their work and B-17 air craft. They are trying to raise money to finish their project. After seeing their good work it would have been hard not to drop money in the bottle they were using to make the collection. The base hospital is now part of the Shelby county Jail system. My daughter was born in that base hospital in 1953 while we, VP-7, were in Japan at the end of the Korean War. I took my first plane ride while there in 1950. The plane was a PBY-5A Catalina. My buddy, Andy Mihans and I did not have enough money to go to town one Sunday and we took a walk around the base. Some reservist were were running the engine on the Catalina. We walked up and asked for a ride, a ride I will never forget, even after flying in P2V for 3 years..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 09JUL2005 | 27FEB2002]

MICHAUD, AMH3 Gerald "Skip" mrskipsir@comcast.net "...I served with VP-50 (Airframes) from 1977 to 1981. I lost friends April 17th, 1989 (SEE: In Memorial for VP-50 lost friends...17APR1980) that day. They are still part of my VP-50 memories. God Bless..." [24MAY2011]

MICHEL, LT Christopher Prentiss cmichel@mba1998.hbs.edu "...I was a Tactical Coordinator flying the P-3 Orion with Patrol Squadron Eleven (VP-11). As the Mission Commander of Combat Aircrew Eleven, I led a crew of 12 airmen in a variety of missions throughout the world. Crew 11 participated in Desert Shield/Storm, Operation Support Democracy, and Operation Uphold Democracy. I left VP-11 to take a job in the Pentagon on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations. I served for two years on headquarters staff as the Aide and Flag Lieutenant to the Commander, Naval Reserve Force, Admiral Thomas Hall, USN (Ret.)...I recently finished Harvard Business School and now work as a management consultant in San Francisco during the week and as a Lieutenant in VP-65 on the weekends..." [BIO Updated 12NOV98]

MICHEL, Curtis cmichel@erols.com "...Served with VP-68 from July 85 to December 91 as an AT1/ATC..."

MICHEL, AOCM David P. dpmichel38@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-2 from 1958 to 1962 (Crew-11 and Crew-6) and in VP-17 from 1965 to 1968 (Crew-10 and Ordnance Supervisor)..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 28OCT2003 | 21NOV98]

MICHEL, AEC William L. billm1456@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-791 (1960-1968). Served with CO's McDONOUGH and WEIGANDT..." [15APR2017]

MICHELOTTI, Gil gilmich@aol.com "...I was a Lion (VP-90) from '75 to '92. Airframes, QA, & Career Counselor. Great to see this page. Brings back many good memories..." [23MAY98]

MICHELS, Robert rjm@m33access.com "...I served with VP-21 (1966-1968) at NAS Brunswick, Maine with deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NS Rota, Spain and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I worked for Chief Perin in Flight Operations. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [10MAY2013]

MICHAELSEN, YN2 Jahna "Banana" jahnamichaelsen@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-31 (1980-1983)..." [30MAY2015]

MICHELSEN, William S. michelsenw@navair.navy.mil "...Went through the entire guest book, and didn't find any reference to VW-1, Typhoon Trackers, thought I'd put something in. Flew with Crew 12 on Bu# 143205 TE-12. I was in the squadron from oct.'69 to oct.'71 during the time we were absorbed by VQ-1. Was an ATR3 at the time, CIC/TC, 2nd radar, tweet type. Far as I know, squadron flew for 16 years, and never lost a plane. Mostly typhoons and radar early warning in Viet Nam, DaNang and Chu Li. Went to VAQ-129 in Whidbey Island and got out for ten years, then back in in '82 through '88. Flew P-3B's with Range aircrew at Point Mugu, now a civil servent..." [E-Mail Upated 24NOV98 | 06NOV97]


MICK, William B. bmick@frontier.com "...I served with VP-6 (1968-07/1971) in the Maintenance Division as a Storekeeper. Still speak with Pete Milito Aviation shop. Retired 2013 from State of WV..." [31MAR2017]

MICKELSEN, James C. c/o His widow Louise Mickelsen loumickelsen@imt.net "...I'm the widow of James C. Mickelsen who was in VPB-121, Crew #4. He was a copilot/navigator on Mr. Ettinger's plane. He served with this crew during 1944-1945. He was on Midway, then stationed on Eniwetok Atoll, from there we went to Iwo Jima. Jim stayed in the Navy and retired in 1970 while stationed in Pensacola, Florida. Thanks to Ray Prior who helped with this information..." [BIO Updated 10JUN2001 | 20APR98]

MICKLE, Larry R. eaglesnest@insightbb.com "...I flew as a radio operator on P5M-2 in VP-44 NAS Norfolk, Virginia 1955-57. Many trips to NAS Bermuda for Navigation Flights. Flew non-stop to lake just outside Ok City, Ok for world air show 1956 at Will Rogers Field. Retired from USAF 7-78 E-7. Good memories about my Navy and AF career..." [Updated E-Mail/BIO 16MAY2005 | 28MAR99]

MIDDLETON, GG bud2rose@tampabay.rr.com "...I served with VX-2 at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia then VF-42 and remained with the squadron until my discharge in June of 1952..." [01AUG2004]

MIELE, Jim jimmiele1@cs.com "...I was on a flight crew with VP-49 from 1961 to 1964 at NAS Bermuda flying P5Ms and later at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland flying P-3As. Would like to hear from any of you guys that are still around..." [23JUN2003]

MIER, AW2 Alexander TanXander@msn.com or Madmanmier@juno.com "...I was in 5 for three years i just tranfered in Oct..." [23JAN98]

MIFFLIN, AD3 Harold hm49er@aim.com "...I was an AD3 in VP-23 when I got out for high year tenure in Feb/1994. Soon after, the squadron was decommissioned. I remember alot of good times in that squadron. Some of my best memories from my military time are in VP-23. Great times, great people, great places: Thule, Greenland; NS Rota, Spain; Jedda, Saudi Arabia; Nimes, France; Tel Aviv, Isreal; NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I wish I could do it all again. Go Seahawks!..." [08MAR2010]

MIGDALEK, AO3 Bruce Duckadder@aol.com "...I was formerly attached to VP-11 from the summer of 1971 until December 1972 as AO3. I reported to squadron during split deployment NS Rota, Spain/ NAS Sigonella, Sicily. We made split deployments to Subic Bay/Utapao Thailand from August 1972 to December 1972. They are the most memorable years of my life! I was a member of CAC-12 "THE PIG PATROL." Would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 12MAY2003 | 13MAY98]

MIHELIC, R. Brian brianmihelic@hotmail.com "...I booted up at Great Lakes, AE school in NAS Memphis, Tennessee, no billets available so I took AD School before landing at NAS Glenview, Illinois with VP-60 from 1979 to 1981. I finished my active duty tour as a Cobra then went SAR. I remember all of our memorable flights to the NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, etc. strapped in the back for so many long hours as aft observer and training for 2nd mech. I finished up at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in 1985. My son, Brian C. Mihelic, is currently deployed in the persian gulf on the USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) as an AEAN. I would like to hear from Jim Pruitt and any of my other Shipmates from the wild days before Political Correctness, piss tests and sexual harrassment lawsuites put an end to our off duty shenanigans. I am proud to have served in the best squadron in this or any other Navy..." [04APR2003]

MIHALKO, Joseph S. jsmihalko@msn.com "...I served with VP-10 (1959-1961)..." [29SEP2014]

MIGHTON, AMMF3 Charles R. cmighton@gmail.com "...I served with VPB-203 through its disestablishment (30JUN45) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia..." [BIO Updated 12AUG2015 | 09APR2013]

MIKE, Jim jmike@zoominternet.net "...I attended AE "A" school (1972) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, VR-1 (01/1975-05/1975) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and VP-24 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida..." [E-Mail Updated 17AUG2011 | 29DEC99]

MIKITA, Ted E. ted@lwranch.com "...I served with VP-47 (1982-1985) as a pilot under CDR Brown, Quigley and Krumbholtz. Mostly assigned to Crew-4 and some CNO Project BEARTRAP action..." [21OCT2012]

MIKKELSON, CDR Jeff Retired jmikkelson@mn.rr.com "...During my tour in VP-60 (7/76 - 8/91), I flew as a navigator for Crew 14 and a Tacco for Crew 7. I do not think anyone from VP-60 will forget Crew 7. I often think of the hard days and nights with fond memories, the long briefs and debriefs with a feeling of success and the many hours boring holes in the sky with longing to relive those days and look down at the vast blue water below. To all the Shipmates that worked so hard to keep us in the air, the Shipmates that worked to keep the paperwork straight, and the hard working members of my crews, I thank you for your contributions to my Naval career. I retired in December 1994 from the VTU in Minneapolis..." [E-Mail Updated 22JUN2001 | 13FEB99]

MIKLAS, AO Tobin bwisledgehammer@aol.com "...I was an AO station at NAS Fallon, Nevada and than on the USS Carl Vinson. I always wanted to serve with a P-3 squadron. I am a mechanic working for America West Airlines. This is my shop home page http://www.members.aol.com/bwisledgehammer..." [01APR2004]

MIKLICH, Anthony papof9@yahoo.com "...I served with FASRON-3 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia..." [29OCT2015]

MIKOLAY, AE John northcountryenterprises@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-26 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1984 to 1988 (TAD to AIMD I level repair facilities) with deployments to NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan, NS Rota, Spain, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal and NAS Keflavik, Iceland..." [24JUN2010]

MIKULA, AT2 Phillip pamikua@gmail.com "...I was a Reservist and served with VP-62 and VP-92 from 1993 to 2001..." [14JAN2009]

MILA, AM2 Leon "Chandler" milezaway71@yahoo.com "...I served with VAW-110 at NAS Miramar, California (1991-1994), VP-47 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii (1994-1998) and was discharged. 5 years later I enlisted in the Naval Reserve and currently on active duty orders with North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) U.S. Northern Command at Peterson AFB, CO..." [20NOV2010]

MILANAK, DTP3 Jeanene Shipmate Pix angels_1_4_u@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-30 (1980's) as a ASM3. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [12NOV2015]

MILASI, YN3 Anthony amilasi1@stny.rr.com "...I served with FASRON-102 (05/1958-05/1959). Before I was discharged, I along with a Wave named Sue McGlone, stood up for a couple in the squadron that was getting married and I can't remember their names. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [15DEC2012]

MILBRATH, David goldengoose1938@yahoo.com "...I served with FASRON-111 (1956-1958). I served in the machine shop as a machinery repairman and worked with Richard Gibbins. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 16NOV2011 | 22JUL2004]

MILBURN, Albert L. post6473@aol.com "...I served with VP-24 from 1961 to 1963 and deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland twice and enjoyed both times. The first was during the summer and the other was during the winter. Boy, what an experience that was. On one of our deployments to Iceland (I don't remember which one) we were approaching the Island we flew over an erupting volcano. What a sight that was. During the "Cuban Crisis" we were flying ASW missions out of Antigua and Panama. And believe me when I say there were Russian ships carrying missile's toward Cuba. I personally saw them. We releived VP-18 in September 1962 in NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I remembered that..." [05JUL99]

MILBURTH, Robert J. Jr. rmilburth@aol.com "...I served with VP-56 (1982-1985) as a IFT (member of the Beartrap crew with Larry Ayers as Nav-com), VP-30 (Instructor and FRAMP), ASWOC NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAMTD NAS Jacksonville, Florida (Instructor) where I left because of injuries sustained from a car accident. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [07OCT2010]

MILDREN, Dwight 'Ike' ikem@erols.com "...VP-31 in NAS North Island, San Diego, California for P2V (5) aircrew training, VP-6 Blue Sharks 1964-1967. When I joined the squadron in Hawaii, it was the day after an emergency deployment in support of early Vietnam operations. I met up with the squadron in Naha, Okinawa. After B School, was transferred back to VP-6 1968-1968 and served one deployment in Vietnam (Utapo), Thailand. My brother, Bob Mildren, received 'brother duty' orders to VP-6 the same day that I received orders to NATC NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, Weapon System Division. Plankholder in the Tactical Support Project, Dec 69. Served as ASWOC/TSC analyst, installer, trainer for TSC NAS Keflavik, Iceland, TSC NAS Moffett Field, California, TSC Jacksonville, TSC NAS Adak, Alaska. Ended Navy tour during NAS Adak, Alaska and worked as a contractor for installations of TSC NAS Sigonella, Sicily, TSC NS Rota, Spain, TSC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, TSC NAS Bermuda, TSC NAS Agana, Guam, TSC NAS Misawa, Japan, TSC NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and TSC NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. TSC renamed to TSC and subsequently reversed name to TSC due to ASW being out of vogue. I served in VP-68 in USNR and various Reserve ASWOC/TSC and ASWOC/TSC (ASWOC 468) units. Currently working at EMA, Inc. on ASWOC/TSC and other Tactical Mobile GCCS-M projects..." [01APR2000]

MILDREN, Robert bobmildren@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-6 (1969-01/1971)..." [07AUG2014]

MILES, AE2 David L. woodworkerdave43@yahoo.com "...I attended AE "A" School at NAS Jacksonville, Florida in 1961, VT-30 and VT-28 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas until 1965..." [31OCT2010]

MILES, AE2 Don R. aero4miles@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-19 (1981-1984). I worked at NASA Ames Research Center, Gulfstream Aviation (formerly KC Aviation) and now ART Services in Green Bay, WI. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [14JUL2011]

MILES, "Radio" drmiles@peoplepc.com "...I served with VP-42 from December 1965 through September 1968. I was ssigned to Crew 5 - Radio & MAD. Anybody remember the "sniffer" sytem on the P2's? Would like to hear from the old crew, Richard Levendowski, Jack Mavis, Paul Bowman, Don Mercurio, Frank Braswell, Joe Zabrashaw, Steve Bradt, Bobby Creech, Johnny Mock, Jim Zipfel. Great times and interesting ORI's..." [16NOV2002]

MILES, Doug dougmile@bellsouth.net "...I was AO2 in crew 5 of VP-50 from 1965 till 1967 and would like to connect with mates whom I might have known me during that time. I also have a brother, Raleigh Miles, AO3 who served in VP-50 1963 till 1966..." [E-Mail Updated 24SEP99 | 23MAR99]

MILEY, Rob "Odie" RMiley@mellon.uscg.mil "...I was a Red Lancer airman from Feb.'89 until Sept.'92. Just wanted to say,"Hello," to the old gang. A well-earned SALUTE to Senior Chief Nick Mellos for the EP-3 "trip" to Hainan Island (yeah, I recognized you!). SERE school paid off, I see! I'm now in the Coast Guard ---quit laughing, it's a job--- and live outside Seattle with my wife of four years and two dogs. I sure do miss all of you guys and constantly regail my current Shipmates with stories from back-in-the-day. "So, there we were, 200 feet, 200 knots, inverted, at Sportzones! Stop me if you've heard this one before..." I'm looking to hear from any of the men and women of VP-10 from 1989-92. Good luck to all..." [09NOV2001]

MILFORD, Frank jwilliams1001@comcast.net "...I served with VP-45 (1969-1978) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida as a FE and at the same tim I was a FE Flight Instructor with VP-30..." [21JUL2011]

MILGRIM, AKCM Hal Retired halmil9@cox.net "...Would like to hear from any of my old Shipmates from VP-10 (1965 through 1967). Had great time flying with CAC 12 when ever possible. Hey guys, remember Stavanga, Norway? After 38 years decided to give it up and retire (AKCM). How can anyone ever forget our great Maintenance bunch..." [E-Mail Updated 12OCT2003 | 13MAY2000]

MILIAN, Raymond milian@coqui.net "...I was an AE-3 with VU-1 from 1961 through early 1963. We got loaned (TAD) to lots of people all over the place. Was transferred to Johnsville Naval Air Developement Center in Pennsylvania. Went into the Coast Guard Reserve in Puerto Rico, got commissioned, got activated in 1989, spent time all over the Caribbean South America, and the Pacific. Went back to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii to see now VC-1 in 1990. I also found a little girl (who's now married and a mother) that I was the godfather for back in 1962 in Waipahu. Good luck to all..." [13JUN2001]

MILITELLO, AO2 Peter orionpete@aol.com "...I reported to VP-16 NAS Jacksonville, Florida right out of AO A School. I served with VP-16 for entire enlistment from 1965 to 1969. We deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines, U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand, NAS Bermuda and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. It was the best time of my life with the men of Crew 9..." [07JAN2009]

MILL, AD3 Donaml L. millds@uswestmail.net "...I served with VP-2 and VP-17 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1952 thru 1955 (AD3). Was involved in deployments to the Marshall Islands, Operation IVY (first above ground Hydrogen Device tests), as well as NAS Iwakuni, Japan and NAS Kodiak, Alaska. Would like to hear from any Shipmates serving in VP-2 and VP-17 during the early 1950s..." [16MAY2002]


MILLAWAY, Jack H. jhmillaway@attbi.com "...Stationed in NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 1951 - 1952 with ATU-12. Squadron moved to NAS Hutchinson, Kansas. New squadron name was ATU-600. I worked on the PB4Y as an airframes mechanic and flew in them as often as I could. Loved to long hops and getting flight pay for sitting in the nose gunner's spot watching for aircraft while the pilot was in instrument training. A bunch of us had to dig one of the PB4Y's out of a remote site after it left the runway and was stuck in the mud. Good officers, chiefs, and others with whom I worked/served. Stationed in NAS Hutchinson, Kansas 1952-1953. Transferred to VC-12 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. I was a tin-bender..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 13DEC2001 | 18MAR2000]

MILLBACH, AMCS(AW) Gary Retired millbach@pressenter.com "...VP-69 74-79, VP-90 79-80, VP-60 80-83, VP MAU Brunswick 83-86, VP-69 86-90...I RETIRED I MARCH 1990 AT THE TIME I WAS THE MAINTENANCE CHIEF. IT WOULD BE NICE TO HEAR FROM SOME OLD SHIPMATES! SMOOTH SAILING!..."

MILHOLLAND, Ray rflaserman@bresnan.net "...I served with VP-11 at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1972 to 1976. I flew with CAC-3 and CAC-5. Looking for any information or people during that time frame..." [03MAR2009]

MILLS, ALBERT "AB" Retired ABMILLS@worldnet.att.net "...Served in VP-48 Jul 58 - JUL 62. Flew as Navigator in Crew 2, Co-Pilot Crew 11 and as PPC in Crew 13 and as Shot Gun for C.O. CDR Rae P. Madson. U. S. Naval Academy Jul 62 -Jul 65 Freshman Chemistry Instructor. After the RAG served in VP-44 as Training and Maintenance Officer Nov 65 -Nov 67. PPC of Crew 7 with Pete Baxter as TACCO, Dick Fitzgerald as Co-Pilot, Campo as Navigator and some of the best equipment operators in the U. S. Navy. We were feared by all underwater sailors. After Communications School served aboard USS KITTY HAWK MAY 68- JUL 70. Detailed Nugget Aviators from Jul 70 - Apr 72. XO/CO VT-29 Apr 72-Apr 74. Chief Staff Officer Recruiting Area Seven Apr 74- Apr 76. CO Navy Recruiting District Dallas Apr 76 - Jan 78. 1 Jan 78 transferred to retired list. After retirement was the General Sales Manager of the Cadillac store in Fort Worth, Tx. for 18 years. Retired 1 Jan 1996. Now I play golf and fish. Wife Jan and I travel in the USA. We have a Lake place on the Oklahoma side of Lake Texoma..." [03SEP2001]

MILLER, PO1 Alyn Dale dimview7@verizon.net "...I served with VP-7 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island with deployments to Japan and NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco..." [13MAY2016]

MILLER, Bill billmiller3932@gmail.com "...I served with VU-2 (03/1956-02/1959) at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. I was assigned to Crew-2 and flew with Fred Fox. I was worked in the Para Loft with Jim Green and Dave Underwood. I was transfered to the USS Independance (CVA-62) until my discharge December 1959..." [16OCT2011]

MILLER, PH3 Blane H. III blanemiller@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-8 from 1993-1998 as was Photographer Third Class..." [17DEC2003]

MILLER, AME2(AW) Bob r_miller99@msn.com "...I served with VP-46 from 89-92 transfered to Topgun until they went contract wich allowed me to grab orders to VQ-4 as a FE. Since I have that NEC now, I guess I have to retire in TACOMO. GOD HELP ME! Looking for old friends from VP-46 Drop me some E mail..." [13JAN98]

MILLER, Bob archer1923@gmail.com "...I joined the Navy a year before the war and served aboard the to USS Wyoming (BB-32), USS Raven (AM-55), USS Ranger (CV-4), USS Charger (CVE-30), USS Suwannee (CVE-27), USS Chenango (CVE-28) and USS Tulagi (CVE-72). I participated North Africa, Pacific Solomon Island, Rennel Island and Russell Island protecting convoys into Guadalcanal, then to invasion of Southern France, back to Pacific for Philippines,Iwo Jima, Ryukyas, Okinawa, Kamikazes attacked Surigo Strait into Mindanao Sea, continued into the South China Sea when the war ended. I served with VPB-101 (12/26/1945-01/22/1947) at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey then NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York and NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island and honorably discharged 01/22/1947..." [14JUN2019]

MILLER, YN3 Brian brianmillertx@gmail.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1999-2001) at NS Rota, Spain and worked on the last issue of VQ-2 Wingspan Magazine..." [04MAR2014]

MILLER, Byron ByronM@mettravel.com "...I noticed that a Capt. Guthrie close by in Kirkland, Wa was interested in any details regarding a crash near Atsugi/Yokohama-VP-871. That was my Squadron from May '51 through July '52. I remember Lt. Seymour, his good friend who was the F/P to Lt. Johnson, the Squadron Maintenance Officer. I would like to hear from anyone who was involved in the flare drops over Korea in conjunction with the "Skytrain" Marines flying F7Fs, F4Us, ADs., etc..."

MILLER, AMS1 Charles P. Retired MillerC150@AOL.com "...I served with VP-30 from 1960 to 1963 (plank owner). Served in VP-10, NAS Brunswick, Maine 1963 to 1966. Attended F4 Phantom maint school at NAS Miramar and then assigned to NAS Atsugi, Japan until 1970. Attended P-3 Flight Engineer school in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Assigned to VP-24 from 1970 to 1974. Because I was a short timer and VP-24 was deploying I transferred to VP-56 and retired from there. I would like to make a short comment about the outstanding job that VP-30 performs. While in VP-30 it was routine to repack landing gear struts and a daily chore changing tires. After being assinged to operational squadrons I cannot remember repacking a main landing gear strut, maby a nost strut once in a while, and tire changes were very few. I think this says it all for a training outfit..." [E-Mail Updated 26APR2003 | 16FEB2002]

MILLER, CDR Chuck ckmiller@mindspring.com "...I was a Navigator/Tacco in VP-67 from 81 to 92. On active duty I was an S2G and later S3A pilot in VS31 at NAS Cecil Field from 73 to 80. I believe I have the distinction of being the only S3 pilot who ever switched to being a P-3 NFO and eventually became a Mission Commander with a crew. It was quite a flying career. Now I drive a desk at Spectrum Healthcare Services in St. Louis. I have many fond memories of Crew 5 and detachments in Hawaii, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Misawa, Japan and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan. Hello to all the former Thunder Chickens out there. Love to hear from you..." [E-Mail Updated 18SEP98 | 30JUL98]

MILLER, AWC Daniel P. danomedia@yahoo.com "...Aloha, Shipmates.I have served with VP-26 (Crew 3)Aug 82-Mar 89 "Cold War nugget tour", FASO Det NAS Jacksonville, Florida Apr 89-Apr 92 "Recovery tour", VP-49 (Crew 4) May 92-Jan 94 "Decommissioning crew", USS Enterprise May 94-Mar 96 "VP appreciation tour", COMPATWINGSPAC NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Apr 96-Jun 99 "Polishing tour", and VP-4 (Crew 5) Oct 99-Oct 02 "Great to back in VP tour." I have seen too many former shipmates here not to throw my name into the mix. While I enjoyed each of my commands, my formative years spent with the "Tridents" will always have a special place in the memory book. Please drop me a line and/or or visit http://home.hawaii.rr.com/danomedia/work/navyav8r.htm for a shot of LK5/161005..." [29OCT2000]

MILLER, Denis R. GDDRMiller@aol.com "...Served in VP-46 at NAS Moffett Field, California all of 1971, then due to injuries transferred to FAW-10..." [01JAN2002]

MILLER, AX1 Dennis denniscm@bellsouth.net "...Started my NAVY career with VAW-124 after a tour with the USAF on Dew-Line radar sites. Got smart and went TAR with VP-93 Dec 79 - Aug 82. Transferred to VP-92 Aug 82 - Aug 85. Spent a short tour at Portsmouth Naval Hosp and then transferred to ComResPatWingLant for a tour Jan 86 - Jul 86. Then finished off at CNARF Natops from Jul 86 - Jun 90. Currently working as a computer consultant here in Jax. Would like to hear from any of the old crews I flew and/or worked with..." [05DEC98]

MILLER, Doug appa@bellsouth.net "...Started in the P5s with VP-50 (1965 - 1968) and made it to the P-3. Went from VP-50 to VP-31 (1968 - 1971) and at same time switched from AMS to AW so I could keep flying. In 1971 transferred to VP-19 and stayed there until 1975 at which time I joined FASO DET MOFFETT (good shore duty) and screwed up and went to the other navy (East Coast VP-24) 1978 to 1981. Spent my time and finally transferred back West to NAVPRO Lockheed which was a great tour (because I reitred from there). Now working Lockheed Georgia (after California shut down). Would be glad to hear from some of the old gang..." [27AUG98]

MILLER, AME1(A/W) Edward E. eemill43@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-11 from April 1992 to April 1996 and retired in 1999. I now work for Lockheed Martin in Greenville S.C. as an Operations Supervisor. Anybody in the AME/PR Shop from this time frame give me a shout it will be nice to here from ya..." [28FEB2009]

MILLER, Edward emiller3@cox.net "...I served in VP-24 from December 1976 to May of 1980 where I left as a qualified 2nd FE under ADCS Pappy Nansteel..." [20FEB2006]

MILLER, Edward O. c/o His Daughter Allison Bown rayosemite@hotmail.com "...I would be interested in hearing from anyone who might remember my father, Edward O. Miller who served with VB-103 out of southern England from 1943 to May 1944. He flew 31 missions as a tail gunner of a B-24 Liberator. He was young when he enlisted, just 17. He is enjoying retirment and would love to hear about old squadron mates. Names of some VPB-103 mates: Pilot: Teague, Bombardier: McIntyre. Also served with VPB-107 from June 1944 to 1945: Captain: John Nagle - Pilot: Water (was a mortician in civilian life), Bombardier: Dean, Asst. Captain: Nesbitt and also a crewman..." [BIO Updated 28MAY2004 | 27MAY2004]

MILLER, Eric jasper320@yahoo.com "...Worked as an Aviation Electronics Technician and flew as an Inflight Technician in VP-48 from Feb. '91 to May '91 (until decommissioned). Then flew with VP-50 (until decommissioned)... the squadrons were dropping like flies for awhile there in NAS Moffett Field, California. Finally ended up in VP-40 until Dec. '94, then transferred to NAMTRADET NAS Whidbey Island, Washington..." [17JAN99]

MILLER, AMM3 EV Jr. evnfern@mchsi.com "...Is there anyone out there from the old Utility VJ-7 squadron stationed on Ford Island 1944 to 1945? We towed targets for the fleet. I'm 75 yrs old now and beginning to think I'm the only one thats still alive..." [E-Mail Updated 20JUN2005 | 19OCT2000]

MILLER, Frank hamline@le.klever.net"...I was in VPW-1 and VPM-1 1946 and 1947. Flew Typhoons in the South Pacific at of Agana, Guam NAS. I flew with ray Parsons and Ted Shireman who are also listed here. I believe we were the first Navy all weather squadron..."

MILLER, Fred cheezit@suscom-maine.net "...I was in VP-1 from 7-66 to 8-69. I was also at Naval Air Development Center Warminster from 12-70 to 6-75, VP-23 from 6-75 to 6-79, VP-10 from 7-82 to 8-86, and NAS Brunswick, Maine from 8-86 to 7-90. Would like to here from Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 09OCT2001 | 23SEP99]

MILLER, Fred W. fredwmillerjr@cox.net "...I served in VP-2 1963-1967 with Crew 11; NAS Atsugi, Japan 1967-1968 and ALF Kisarazu 1968-1970..." [E-Mail Updated 13MAY2006 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 06SEP2001 | 00XXX96]

MILLER, Furman Lee furmanl@hotmail.com "...I served in VP-46 from 1966 to September 1968 as an AO-3 flight crewman. I would be glad to hear from any old crewmates..." [04JUL2000]

MILLER, AKC Harold Retired navchief7@hotmail.com "...Served aboard NAS Keflavik, Iceland from 1969 to 1971 Supply Support Center. Retired from VP-19 is 1978. Good seeing web site of old Shipmates. Smooth sailing and trailing winds..." [E-Mail Updated 21MAR2004 | 30JAN99]

MILLER, ADJ Harold L. Jr. Retired halcorky@yahoo.com "...I served with the Navy from 1959 until I retired in 1980. I served with VAH-9 NAS Sanford, FL from 1959 to 1963, NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from 1964 to 1966, RVAH-5 NAS Sanford, FL and NAS Georgia from 1966 to 1970, NALF Monterey, CA from 1970 to 1972, NAS Alameda, California from 1972 to 1975, and VP-31 and VP-48 NAS Moffett Field, California from 1975 to 1980. I'm trying to find some of the people I knew from these units and, I'm trying to find the squadron indignia pins from these units, and having a dickens of a time finding them. If anyone has any idea how to locate these, could you please let me know. Thank you..." [07SEP2003]

MILLER, PNCS(SW) Henry E. thumper0797@aol.com "...I served with VQ-4 from February 1976 to June 1977. I worked in personnel at the time and did mostly leave papers. My best time there though was when I was sent to NAS Bermuda as a mess cook from June to August 1976! Best time of my life! It would have been OK for me to remain a steaming Seaman my entire Navy career as a messcook if the Navy would have left me there! I did though enjoy VQ-4 as it was my first real duty assignment. I left the squadron early because of the PASS/PSD concept for all PN/YN/DK's. I did however, serve later in another squadron (VS-28) and many other squadrons my last six years on four different Admirals Staff and there were very rewarding! There just seemed to always be more cohesion in the squadrons that working in personnel offices! Go NAVY!..." [19JUL2002]

MILLER, Jim sayagain@me.com "...I served with VP-66 (1970-1975) and flew as a Plane Captain aboard the AD6, P2 and P-3. I played in the Fifth Street Band at the Enlisted Club with Bob Schuck and Tom Davis..." [30MAY2014]

MILLER, James A. jamiller@olg.com "...I was a pilot in VPB-209. Arrived at NAS Banana River, Florida in Mar/Apr '43 as an ensign. Departed NAS Banana River, Florida for NAF/NAAF Galapagos, Seymour Island, Ecuador later in '43. Flew out of NAAF Salinas, Ecuador; NAAF Corinto, Nicaragua; and NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone. Looking for Wolmuth and other Shipmates..." [21MAR2005]

MILLER, AO2 JC atlantaautomart@gmail.com "...I served with VX-4 (1980-1982). I am looking for Shipmate named Cathy Wajdoeack(sp)..." [24JAN2015]

MILLER, James C. Sr. Patron28@aol.com "...Joined VP-28 in 1948..."

MILLER, AT1(NAC/IFCO) James N. Retired p3bifco1@yahoo.com "...I was a FCO in P-3B's (1974-1993) at which time I retired as an AT1. I served at NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1971-1972) and NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (FCO SCHOOL - 73-74). In March 1974 I arrived at VP-23 NAS Brunswick, Maine, and was assigned to CAC-9 (Virgil "Fuzzy" Van Horn, Tom Hastings, and others) then to Naval Air Development Center Warminster, Pa, NAS Glenview, Illinois SAU, VP-92 NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts, and retiring from VP-60 NAS Glenview, Illinois in September 1993. I am married to Denise and am a Cat Lover (Monicur was "Garfield"). I will answer all engires. Also, if anyone has a lead on a similar page that dedicated to ASWOC/ASCOMM/TSC types I would appreciate any information. I would like to get in touch with some of the RM"s that I had the pleasure to work with. Fair winds and following Seas God Bless..." [E-Mail Updated 20FEB2005 | BIO Updated 28DEC99 | 09SEP97]

MILLER, S1C(AOM) Jerry jrme@iopener.net "...I served with VPB-114 from 1944 till 1946..." [07APR2001]

MILLER, Joe golf42miller@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-49 (1961-1963) assigned to the Beach Crew and then COM/NAV Avionics Shop with deployments to NAS Bermuda, NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (missle crisis) and Mercury Space Flights recovery (flying aboard the P5M). We transitioned from the P5M to the P-3 (08/1963) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Later in my Navy career, I would spend a year with VP-42 (1969-Disestablishment) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington flying aboard the P2..." [14OCT2012]

MILLER, ATCS Johnny Retired skipper@panola.com "...After Boot and A schools assigned NAAS Saufley Field, Pensacola, Florida 63-66 AMD. Was in VP-11 66-69 (AT2-1) though the transition to P-3Bs assign to AIMD mostly. Made deployment split to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Member with special 3 plane detachment to Africa, Mauritius in 69 with VP-11. Mphs 69-71 instructor duty AFUN P and AT A schools was assign back to NAS Brunswick, Maine in VP-26 72-73, made deployment to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and Crete. Selected for ADCOP went to State Technical Institute at Memphis 73-75 earned AE degree -majored Electronic Eng. Iceland 75-77 AIMD in support of deployed P-3 squadrons - running Tron Shop. Mphs Instuctor AV A (ATC) and AMO 77-79 (ATCS). HSL-36 as H2 Det Chief on the USS Paul and USS Estocin 80-83, retired 83. Completed BS with Southern Illinois U in 86. Presently Facility Engineer 11 years at The Thermos Co. Would like to hear from anyone who remembers the good times..." [25APR2005]

MILLER, AMS2 Kelvin kdmiller8251@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-10 (1990 to 1993), VP-94 (2003 to 2006) and now VP-69 NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I got tired of the civilian rat race and came back in! Any old Shipmates feel free to contact me!..." [BIO Updated 20SEP2006 | Rate Updated 25DEC2004 | E-Mail Updated 18MAY2002 | 27APR98]

MILLER, AME2 Ken ken6034@cox.net "...I served with VP-30 (1992-1994) working in the AME Shop for Joe Gonzales - remember hanging out with AD Greg Cerge? Still have a picture of us 3 with our new tattoos and then VXN-8 (1994-1996) with Dave Sankey, Kevin Wedwalt and Steve Carpenter. Remember London & Rota Spain? I am still working for the USPS and retiring in two years..." [09JUN2016]

MILLER, AT1 Kenton Retired kmiller@csub.edu "...I served with VP-48 at NAS Moffett Field, California as a FE, Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF) NAS Alameda, California, VP-40 at NAS Moffett Field, California, Naval Air Maintenance TRAining DETachment (NAMTRADET) 1012 at NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-1 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and retired in 1995..." [29MAY2015]

MILLER, Larry "PoGo" pogo456@yahoo.com "...Just found this site and chuckled pleasantly to see so many old Shipmates (VP-22) still around from my tour 1960 through 1962. Best to all..." Personal WebSite: http://www.pogo456.com [29DEC2002]

MILLER, AD2 Lyle govlyle@rosenet.net "...I served with VP-19 (1957) at NAS Alameda, California with deployments to NAS Agana, Guam and NAS Kodiak, Alaska with a detachment to NAS Adak, Alaska. We lost one ship on a failed landing at NAS Adak, Alaska in October 1957 (5 crew members died). During this tour we located a Russian Sub headed for Seattle. Our squadron stayed on top of it for a week until it turned about and headed back west..." [15MAR2012]

MILLER, PHCS Mahlon K. mkwsmiller@cox.net "...Did two tours with VPU-2 (1986-1989/1990-1993) with a tour at VX-5 in between. After I left Projects in 1993 I did a tour at NAS Miramar, California, then on to USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63). I'm currently a PHCS at Fleet Imaging Command Pacific in San Diego. Love to hear from any of the old "Dark Forces" crews, especially Jack Lyons, Kenny Johnson or Mike Castunguay..." [07JUN2003]

MILLER, Marty millermj@nortel.com "...I spent my entire 4 year career with VP-40 at NAS Moffett Field, California as a AX during 1974 through mid 1978. Couldn't of had a better duty with the friends I made and the events that took place. I will never forget those fond memories over in Japan. Does anyone remember a bar called "Toys" in Misawa? I am looking forward to hearing back from anyone that was in VP-40 (74-78)..." [27MAR98]

MILLER, Marvin miller43@msn.com "...Served in the Navy From January 1958 to mid 1962. I served at NAS North Island, San Diego, California, NAS Norman, Oklahoma, NAS Memphis, Tennessee, and NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. I served with VP-17 in 1959 with deployments to to NAS Adak, Alaska and VU-1 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates..." [16JUN2004]

MILLER, Matt mhmiller87@comcast.net "...I was in VP-49 from May 91 through September 93. I joined the squadron right before the NS Rota, Spain deployment and had the fortune of serving with LCDR Ken Haislip on CAC-2. I was downsized in 94 and after a stint as a programmer in Jax, and FBI agent in Dallas, and a First Officer with American Eagle in Boston (2001 was not a good year to get into the industry), I am now a school teacher and basketball coach here in the Boston area. Just missed Todd Chase here in Cambridge by a few years! Best wishes to all..." [02JAN2005]

MILLER, AD3 Mel madmel68@aol.com "...Was in VS-26 from 1952 to 1955, as an AD-3. We swiched from TBM's to S2F's and were the first squadron to have them..." [30AUG2001]

MILLER, AW2 Mike m_h_miller@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-40 (1972-1975) with deployments to NAS Iwakuni, Japan (1972/1973) with Crew-12 and again (1974) with Crew-11..." [27FEB2015]

MILLER, ADR Michael nuclant@hotmail.com "...Attended bootcamp to "ADR" school in NAS Memphis, Tennessee. I served with VS-36 (1962-1966). I had a lot of mentors in the Power Plant Shop. AD2 Charlie Hutchinson, AD2 Wes Myers, AD1 Rizzo and others. I served aboard the USS Randolph (CV-15) when the elevator fell causing a hugh fire in HB 3. Made one Med cruise and several cruises to the Carribean. Transferred from VS-36 to NARF NAS Norfolk, Virginia where I earned my wings as a P2V test flight Plane Captain. Transferred to VC-8 at NS Roosevelt Roads, PR. Flew as Plane Captain on P2V 5's and P2V7's..." [09MAR2013]

MILLER, AVCM Michael E. Retired melisahe@netzero.net "...I served with VP-24 from 1966 to 1968 (AX Crew 4 Jezz 0perator), AW "A" School in 1968, VP-66 from 1970 to 1975, NARDET NAS Patuxent River, Maryland from 1975 to 1977, VP-64 from 1977 to 1979 and retired from VA-204 in 1983 as an AVCM selectee..." [13FEB2010]

MILLER, YN3 Michael mdmiller90@yahoo.com "...I was very happy to finally find an online copy of the "Operation Provide Promise" patch which I designed when I was assigned to VQ-2 in 1993. I served with VQ-2 in 1993 and NS Rota, Spain as a YN3 (N3/Ops) from 1992 through 1993. Webmaster of Axis Biographical Research at http://www.geocities.com/~orion47..." [20AUG2001]

MILLER, EOC(SCW) Milton D. mdmill@wt.net "...I served with VP-16 (ADJ3) from March 1966 to October 1969. We deployed to NAS Bermuda, NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, NS Sangley Point, Philippines, NS Rota, Spain, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, Souda Bay Crete, and NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I served with James Melton on Flightline crew for about 15 months, Powerplants, and on the Nightcheck crew with Jim Grey. I often think of those wonderful and challenging days. I am now in the twilight time of my current tour with the Navy Seabees (Naval Mobile Construction Battalion TWENTY TWO) as a USNR..." [02FEB2003]

MILLER, TD2 Pamela pamanne3@gmail.com "...I served with VR-911 and the Training Command at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts from 1959 to 1963. I ran flight sims and the film library in the big blimp hanger. I was there when the Naval Air Development Unit (NADU) unit wrecked one on the 450ft experimental blimps while trying to get it into the hanger. I took pictures of that accident and later went to the Admirals review board on it. I am the person whose idea it was to build the two ASW flight sims from junk aircraft and I did the conceptual design and most of the electronic installation on them. Everyone thought I had gone nuts when I suggested the idea which came to me on a crew sim mission to NAS Brunswick, Maine when I spotted a P2V hulk in the dump there. We used to fly up there to use their P2V crew sims..." [12MAY2009]

MILLER, ADEAN Paul G. paulgmil@msn.com "...ADEAN VP49 51-52-43, upon our arrival in Bermuda in late aug 1951 after being greeted by t the Squadren Comander Bill Hemple and I were assinged to EA7. I thought i was smart and when the AD1 crew chief started training us. Asked if we knew what a sea anchor was I said I did and responded it was an anchor to hold the boat! He responded son you have a lot to learn! from thet point on i listened and asked questions I must it was a wounderful education. An experance i'll never forget. I spent many hours on watch trying to identify targets on a vast ocion. also became proficent as a flight eng. Went to norway on operation Mainebrace. Wounderful memories! As I looked back I marvled at how much they trusted young 20 year olds..." [BIO Updated 18JUN2012 | 06DEC2011]

MILLER, Richard ranrmiller@aol.com "...I served with VP-9 from 1958 to 1960. I am trying to find LT(jg) Bill Smith who was with us at NAS Alameda, California..." [17FEB2009]

MILLER, AT1 Richard M. hilife@hitter.net "...I was one of the original Project TRIM members that became VAH-21. I was an AT1 and crew member on AP2H TRIM #1. I'm in contact with the original skipper of Project TRIM and VAH21, Ed Forsman...I'm also in contact with the original "Earthman" of VAH21, Ron Whittaker...UPDATE ADDRESS Submitted by Ron Whittaker rwhittak@bellatlantic.net): Update on Roadrunner Rich Miller: He has moved to Florida. His address is: 539 E. Lancaster St., Lecanto FL 34461 Ph: 352-637-1924. He looks forward to seeing TRIM/VAH-21 Shipmates in Tucson this September..." [E-Mail Updated 31AUG98 | 08APR98]

MILLER, AT2 Richard P. c/o Brian Miller yonsguy0922@comcast.net "...I served with VP-19 (1952-1956) at NAS Alameda, California with deployments to NAS Atsugi, Japan and NAS Iwakuni, Japan. I flew with Crew-6 and would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [01DEC2015]

MILLER, Richard R. c/o Dan Ramsey ramseywindow@wmconnect.com "...My Grandfather, Richard Miller, is currently living in Ft. Wayne, IN. Grandpa was stationed at NAS Kodiak, Alaska around 1944. If anyone would like to send an message, has information about him or pictures, let me know..." [26APR2011]

MILLER, Robert B. p3orionb@aol.com "...I served in VP-1 (74-77) and VP-6 (85-87) and did some work with the guys in Dallas in between. I retired in '94 but my times in the squadrons were still the best I ever had. Well, almost the best :) but I have never met etter people or had better friends. For you guys out there still taking the Orion in harms way, good luck and following winds. (Remember, thoswe following winds will be in your face on the way home)..." [18MAR2002]

MILLER, AOC Robert T. Retired charliem@bluemarble.net "...I was air gunner in VPB-102 44-45. As an AOM3. I was air gunner in VPB-102 44-45. As an AOM3. Served in VP-47 62-65 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, NAS Moffett Field, California, and Okinawa. First deployment in P-3..." [11SEP98]

MILLER, AWC/AEC Robert W. Retired rwmljm@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-24 (1968-1964) and flew with Crew-6 and Crew-8. I retired 1976..." [07APR2013]

MILLER, Roger c/o Bill Miller bmiller@wlgore.com "...I'm looking for anything on Roger Miller (my uncle/not the singer) who was stationed with VP-43 and VP-41 in Alaska toward the end of the war (PBYs). I guess Catalinas run in our family. If I were a millionaire, I'd have one as well. Roger is alive and doing well, but has no interest in computers. I think he'd like to hear from crewmates, though..." [15FEB99]

MILLER, Roger PDK1@gate.net "...I used to relieve VP-5 on deployments when I was in VP-49. I was stationed there from Feb 10 1988 to March 31 1992..." [10DEC98]

MILLER, Roger L. millerrogerl@yahoo.com "...I was assigned to FASRON-117 between 1959 and 1960 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I worked in the Communications Office and issued registered publications to flight crews. My office space was located next to the Personel Office in the large FASRON-117 hanger. LT(jg) Matovich was my division officer and another shipmate we called "Sparks" worked in the same office area. At that time I was an E-3 AN and was issued orders to NAS Pensacola, Florida to attend NATTU, Photographers Mate Class A School when FASRON-117 was decommissioned to my knowledge in 1960. All squadron personel had received new orders at that time. It doesn't seem like too many FASRON-117 Shipmates know about this web site. I would be great to have a Reunion some day before we are all gone..." [16OCT2001]

MILLER, Ron ronmexnow@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-48 NAS Moffett Field, California. We deployed to NAS Adak, Alaska, Air Force Base at Nogasokie, Japan, and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand..." [31AUG2005]

MILLER, Roy millerrg@jnlk.com "...I served in FASRON-102, TAD from VR-22 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia from 1952 - 1954..." [03AUG99]

MILLER, R J vu10@yahoo.com "...VU-10 ORD. NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. June '57 till March '59. Logged several hundred hours as Towman in the JD-1 and have as many memories. Would like to hear from those who were there about that time..." [E-Mail Updated 21SEP2000 | 03AUG99]

MILLER, SHELLEY BERGMANN@NAVYBASE.NET "...I served in VP-50 85-88 and in FASO Im currently looking for a dare friend named Terri Lord if anyone knows her ware abouts. I'm now at Roosey Roads, P.R. and if any one remembers me write me soon!..." [29JUN98]

MILLER, AO2 Stanley A. stan@designcreatorllc.com "...I served with VP-44 (09/1977-12/1980) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1979) and NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan (1980)..." [24DEC2013]

MILLER, Stephen submitted by his son, Brian Miller motoxmiller@home.com "...Although I have never been in the service, my dad was a pilot in VP-46 around 1957 and 58. His name was Steve MILLER, and he passed away in 1981. I have always loved Naval aviation, and enjoy viewing your site often. Just saw some VP-46 photos from 1957 that brought back some memories submitted by Kenneth P. Courtright kencourt@satx.rr.com..."[21FEB99]
UPDATE "...I've had several wonderful contacts regarding my father since my posting. I was hoping you might be able to post something else for me. My dad was also in "FAETUPAC" at NAS North Island, San Diego, California from '54-'56. Lt. Steve Miller. It wasn't a VP squadron, it was an electronic training squadron flying R4D's and P2V's. I saw by looking at your guestbook that quite a few other men served in this unit also, but maybe not in the same time period. I would be interested in finding men who flew with my father, and also any sqaudron history. Thanks again for all the contacts..." [21MAR99]

MILLER, Tammy tamtam_22@hotmail.com "...I was stationed with VP-47 from April 1995-June1998. At that time I was a AME3 now I am a AME2. It was a good experience. Like to say hi to all of my former VP-47 Shipmates that know me. Now I am stationed with VAQ-129 in NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and I am ready to go back to the P-3 Navy world. Hope to see you all back there very soon..." [30SEP2000]

MILLER, Terry miller1110@aol.com "...VP-44 (74-77), USNA (77-80), PEP Canada (80-83), USS Nimitz (83-85), VP-23 (85-88), USTRANSCOM (88-93), Air Mobility Command (93-95), retired government contractor..." [19JUN98]

MILLER, AWOCS Wayne Retired waynemiller1967@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-19 (1986-1989)..." [13MAR2014]

MILLER, AD3 William T. "Bill" wtminmn@attbi.com "...I served with VC-4 NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey as an AD3 from about 1952 to 1954. I would like to talk to former Shipmates during that time period..." [23JUN2003]

MILLERD, AB amillerd@pacbell.net "...Served with VS-37 from 1972-1976 (WESTPAC 73-74 and 75 on USS KITTY HAWK). Since that time I have had contact with OB, BEKE, COSMO and PLAYBOY BILL. Are there anymore of you old S-2G AWs out there?..." [29AUG2000]

MILLIGAN, AW Bernie berniful@aol.com "...I was an AW in VP-47 from 1969 - 1972 stationed at NAS Moffett Field, California. We made deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Adak, Alaska. I loved my VP Navy life. Hello to Lt. Kersey, Lt. Maurer, Lt. Bellamy, LCDR Jaeger, Johnny Baxter, Chief Baldwin, Jon McDonald, Jerry Cleveland, John Carr, Pete Jensen, and "Harley" Hayden, wherever you guys are. Regards..." [29JAN2001]

MILLIGAN, Jim MILLIGANJP@NAVAIR.NAVY.MIL "...I was (am) proud to have served with "The Fleet's Finest", VP-1. Aircrew (AT, Radio) Crew 11 (Alpha dammit) and Crew 1 from '69 thru '72. Great times, great people, and loads of flight hours! Saw a lot of old, and I do mean old, faces and had a fabulous time at the first Reunion and am looking forward to the next..." [14JAN99]

MILLIKEN, AT2 Fran fran.milliken@cox.net "...In 1960 I reported to VU-3 at NAAS Brown Field, Chula Vista and moved to NAS North Island, San Diego, California where I was discharged after the "Cuban Missile Crisis" subsided. I flew radio/radar on those old P2Vs and JD-1Ds. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 20MAR2009 | 06MAY2000]

MILLIMACI, Sam smillimaci@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-48 (SS3) from 1975 to 1978, VP-46 (SS1) from 1981 to 1984, VP-26 (SS1) from 1991 to 1993 FASO NAS Moffett Field, California from 1985 to 1988, VP-30 (SS3) from 1993 to 1996 as well as a tour aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN-65). Great times and memories..." [28MAY2009]

MILLS, ADC Brian D. BMillsP3FE@comcast.net "...I am a Flight Engineer currently with VP-64. I served with VP-66 from 1984-1988, VP-69 from 1988-1992, NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1992-1994. I would have loved to have flown back in the old days before all this Drawdown, Base Closure, Squadron decom. crap. My dad was a PR in the early/mid 1960's stationed in NAS Point Mugu, California. Any old Shipmates drop a line...I was stationed on board NAS Glenview, Illinois from 1992-1994 assigned to the Aircrew Training Department as a P-3 Flight Engineer/Simulator Instructor. I had the pleasures of flying with VP-60 and VP-90 up until the end. I was the last FE to set power for takeoff on LU-64 (BUNO: 161130) during the Base Closure ceremony. After that I was given a chunk of RWY 35/17 which all the crew signed and I have on my desk now. I am trying to find a NAS Glenview, Illinois patch for my collection. Any info or old Shipmates, drop a line..." [E-Mail Updated 26MAY2002 | BIO Updated 29AUG2001 | 00XXX97]

MILLSAPS, Floyd floyd.millsaps@icloud.com "...I served with VP-24 (1961-1966) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia..." [15MAY2016]

MILES, Curt steelcowboy28@hotmail.com "...I served with VT-26 from March 1980 to September 1983. CDR Bill Mcneeley was the Commanding Officer. I had alot of great times in Beeville and only one regret. I got married (thank the good lord that I had the sense to leave her there!) I'd love to hear from old Shipmates. I am currently working in the aviation industry and hardly ever meet any old Shipmates..." [17MAR2004]

MILLS, David damills@microsoft.com "...Jopa Rules! Chickenheads Forever! I was a NAV/COMM (Crew 6) and TACCO (Crew 11) in VP-1 from December 1988 to December 1991. Since leaving the Navy in 1/95, I've lost touch with my Squadron Mates. Feel free to drop me a line. Hey Bakes! What the heck happened to you, man?..." [E-Mail Updated 29OCT2002 | 02FEB2001]

MILLS, Eric "Rick" gutbucket99@yahoo.com "...VP-42 September 1964 to January 1967, Radio/JEZ Crew 4A. I joined up in the Phillipines on the day they were recovering debris from the downed P2V (SEE: In Memorial for lost friends September 8th, 1964). I wondered what I had got myself into. I found out that I got into with the best bunch of guys I ever met. My Pilot LCDR Barker, hard to work for but I would follow him anywhere. TACCO Ralph Forgione, another great guy. My best friends Ted Dyk, Eddie Carolan and others. I was the one that made the tailhook for our plane..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04MAY2008 | BIO Updated 28MAY2001 | 03JUL2000]

MILLS, F. K. "Bud" Shipmate Pix Circa 1943-45 foko@d-web.com "...I served with VP-201 and VB-111..." [17NOV2001]

MILLS, James "Red" jmills02@webound.com "...I was a Radio and Radar operator with VPB-124. We are having a Reunion this week end at the Clarion Hotel in Minn Minn. I am the last living member of my crew. I did not know what a great airplane that the PB4Y2 was until I got my Commercial license and ended up with 2300 hours of pilot time. My squadron was on Okinawa when the war ended. We lost a lot of airplanes and crew members..." [E-Mail Updated 27JUN2006 | BIO Updated 23SEP2004 | 19AUG2002]

MILES, Joseph D. "Jig Dog Miles" jigdogmiles@hotmail.com "...I served with VU-3 (1951-1952), VU-5 (1952-1954) at NAS Agana, Guam, VR-3 (1954-1957) MATS at NAS Moffett Field, California as well as VR-21 later assigned to VP-31, VR-7, VQ-1, VW-4 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, VRF-31 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and PMTC at NAS Point Mugu, California..." [E-Mail Updated 29JUN2013 | BIO Updated 23JAN2005 | 30MAY2004]

MILLS, AZ3 Lloyd akcsmills@aol.com "...Served with VXE-6 from 1971 - 1974. I was an AZ3 at the time. I worked in maintance control on the strip my first two years and on the hill my last year. Looking for anyone who served during that time..." [30OCT2001]

MILLS, AW1 Phil mills_phil@hotmail.com "...Served with VP-10 (1988-1993) as a SS_3, then to CPW-5 (1993-1996) and ASWOC/TSC NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1996-1998). Now at CPW-5 again, Lovin life in NAS Brunswick, Maine. Would like to hear from anyone from those good ole VP-10 days. CAC-2 Thunder Bubbas ROCK!!! (Well, we used to anyway)..." [22JUL2000]

MILLS, AT1 Robert Retired robert.mills1@va.gov "...I served with VP-67 (1977-1980) in the Avionics Shop, HS-75 (1980-1981), TEMporary Active Duty (TEMAC) Instructor (1981-1986), TEMAC Recruiting Support (1986-1991) and Reservist (1991-1998). I worked at Department of Veterans Affairs for over 20 years. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [04JUN2013]

MILLS, AOCM(AW) Ron Retired mcpo9e@aol.com"...I served with VP-6 (1973-1976), VP-31 (1976-1979), VP-46 (1979-1982) and VP-19 (1985-1990)..." [BIO Updated 08FEB2012]

MILMANT, ADC Al Retired ajm3@optonline.net "...I served with VP-66 (Plankowner) as a Flight Engineer. Looking for former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 18JUN2004 | 11NOV98]

MILOS, Mike mmilos@aol.com "...Joined the P-3 Navy upon my affiliations with reserves in 1983. Been part of VP-91 most of the time. I've been qualified as FCO in the P-3B TacNav Mod and IFT/ARM-ORD certified in the P-3C update III. I'm due to retire January of 1999. If anyone sees a car in the SF Bay Area with the plate P-3B FCO thats me. I hope to see many old friends at the VP-91 decommission party next year..." [21JUL98]

MILOT, AT Bob rgmilot@gmail.com "...I served with VP-10 (05/1960-08/1963) with a deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (01-06/1961). I flew as a Radioman and finally 1st Tech with Crew-3..." [28FEB2016]

MILSTEIN, Eric ebmilstein@worldnet.att.net "...AW-2 VP-64 1981-1987, LT., NFO VP-48 (Checked in the week they decommissioned!), VP-47 1991-1995 (The Caustic Crew), VXE-6 1995-1996, VP-91 1996 to Present. (Retirement if they don't get rid of the reserves completely!) P-3's: Baseline Alphas to the last UIII off the production line. NS Rota, Spain-Lajes to Diego Garcia-Masirah-Jeddah..." [15MAR98]

MINAHAN, ATN2 Ed edsigns@floodcity.net "...I served with VP-22 from 1961 to 1963 on Crew 7 and Crew 8. Crew 7 was the first alpha designated crew in the Pacific fleet in 1962 and that we were deployed to NAS Misawa, Japan during the Cuban Missile Crises and served many deployments to NAS Midway Island and NAS Agana, Guam and all the other wonderful outposts in the WesPac region..." [BIO Updated 17AUG2002 | 29AUG98]

MINCZER, Paul "Motor Mincy" minz@hawaiiantel.net "...I served with VP-28 (Radio/ECM) from April 1962 to 1966. I flew with several crews (QC-1, 2, 10 and others. I left VP-28 while deployed to NS Sangley Point, Philippines in 1966 after 4 month extension to NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. I was discharged in Honolulu in 1966. I visited NAS Iwakuni, Japan, NAF Misawa, Japan, NAS Agana, Guam, Wake, New Zeland, Australia, NAS Midway Island, Canton Is., Johnson Is in Operation Domini Nuke tests. Quit flying 1965 (TDY) Tx to Line Crew and NS Sangley Point, Philippines (TDY) Comm. Nicknamed "Motor Mincy" By Cheif Kramer Plane Capt..." [28SEP2009]

MINDER, Robert c/o His Son Sean Minder minder1@hotmail.com "...My father (Robert Minder) worked at Naval Air Development Center from at least 1976 to 1985. I was wondering if anyone knew him and if so write or e-mail me back. I would appreciate it more than you know. Thank you..." [05NOV99]

MINEO, Thomas W. tomeled@aol.com "...I served with VA(HM)-13 (1957-1959) at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia with a deployment to Hal-Far Airfield in Malta and briefly assigned to Crew-4 as ECM operator. I also served with VR-6 at McGuire AFB, New Jersey and was discharged in July 1960. Worked for Pan American Airways for 29 years and still working with the FAA as Assistant Manager at the New York Flight Standards District office in Garden City, NY. Have lost all contact with my Shipmates except for one James Keating from VR-6..." [01NOV2010]

MINER, Jimmy popngram@aol.com "...I served with VP-16 from June 1957 thru June 1959 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Participated in a split deployment Iceland Port Lyauty Mor. and went to Morocco that trip. Anybody around from that time? We did St. Johns Newfoundland, NS Rota, Spain for GCA Lisbon Portugal R&R. Hope to hear from you..." [08AUG99]

MINES, Todd Gageman18@aol.com "...Served with VP-17 from 1990-94 as an AE2. Now living in Michigan..." [28JUN98]

MINEHART, Tom tminehar@lmres.com "...I served as an air crewman on S2F's in VS-932 at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania fom 1961 - 1968..." [26OCT2001]

MINICK, Cody Eisinvestigation@aol.com "...I served with VP-31 from 1986-1988. NAS Moffett Field, California was a great base and I had a lot of fun. It's neat to see the P-3's. I wonder if there had a chance to do any damage over seas..." [09APR2003]

MINK, Bryan mink1953@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-30 (1972-1975) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland on the flight line. I can remember Bill Outland, Ron Grodi, Jack McNeil and Bruce Lappen. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [19MAR2016]

MINNERLY, Bob rwmin@centurytel.net "...Served in VP-44 from March 1958 to August 1962 as squadron legal officer, PIO, Crews 4 and 5, primarily, in P5M's and P2V's, deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily '61-62. Just spent another great Reunion at Fredericksburg, TX. with old friends and made new ones. Would encourage former '44s to attend next one in Indianapolis, IN. in 2007. We had squadron mates that spanned most of the history of the squadron. Saddened by loss of Thune, O'Leary, Lloyd this year. Thanks for the good times, squadron mates..." [11JUN2005]

MINNICH, LT Minnich Retired bminnich@matc.tec.oh.us "...I served in VP-30, VP-68, VP-40 and VP-9. Also served with CPWL in early 80's. After making CWO-2 it was all sea duty, USS Carl Vinson, VAQ-34, VXE-6 (Brrrrrrr) and VF-24 (USS Nimitz). Retired in 93, now coordinating/instructing Auto Technology at Muskingum Tech here in Zanesville. Drop me a line anytime!..." [17FEB99]

MINNICK, Ed eminnick@aol.com "...I was a PH2 in VP-45 from 75 to 79. Made two deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and 1 to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I was the BEQ MA the night the Kennedy and the Belnap collided. Woul like to hear from anybody in the squardron during that time frame. Was also in the surface Navy, PG-97 and AGP-1176. Now working for Lockheed Martin..." [10JUL98]

MINN, AWC (AW/SW) Michael P. Retired mminn@hotmail.com "...PATWING-1 NAS Cubi Point, Philippines 1979-1981, VP-16 Crew 6, SS-3, 1981-1987, VP-31 1988-1991, USS Abraham Lincoln CVN-72 1991-1994, COMPATWINGSPAC, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii 1994-1997. Living in Cupertino, California (Near Moffett Field, California). Drop me a line you old War Eagles..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 13MAY2003 | E-Mail Updated 03FEB2000 | 08JUL98]

MINNIS, CW04 Jessie C. Retired sueminnis@aol.com "...Served with VP-10 NAS Brunswick, Maine 10/63-10/66. Previously VP-16, Plank owner VP-30. After VP-10 served in AIMD NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Supporting the local VP's made W-1 there, followed by duty in VP-24. Later to HM-12 Then the Naval Safety Center and retired from VAW-126 as a CWO4. Have been retired since 01/01/82. Love it..." [29JAN2002]

MINOR, AZ Dennis B. dennis.minor@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-50 (1967-1970) at NAS Moffett Field, California and a deployment to NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam..." [17NOV2012]

MINOR, Phil Retired phil@minorsprinting.com "...I was in VP-44 from 1970-1973. I became a TAR in 1974 and did three tours with VP-62. I retired in June of '89 from VP-62..." WebSite: http://www.minorsprinting.com/ [URL Added 06JAN2002 | E-Mail Updated 16OCT99 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 15FEB99 | 19OCT97]

MINOR, CWO Randal rlminer@bellsouth.net "...Served in VP-56 from 1979-1981 and again 1984-1987..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG2001 | 22JUN98]

MINSHALL, Christopher chris.minshall@sbcglobal.net "...Hello fellow VP-60 Shipmates. I served as a "snake" from 1990-1993. It was my first command and I have a lot of great memories from "the zoo". I've enjoyed reading many of your postings and re-living some of the old times..." [13FEB2007]

MINSON, AVCM Jim Retired minson@suddenlink.net "...I served with VP-94 (1974-1989) and reside in Georgetown, TX. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 19FEB2016 | 17JAN2011]

MINTEER, Fred fhminteer@verizon.net "...I served in VW-1 after ATW A school. Flew on crew 1, the captains crew, as a radar operator and food gatherer during 1964 and 1965. Many long weather flights tracking typhoons and many long nights flying in the gulf of Tonkin. Wouldn't have missed it for the world! A picture of the crew I flew with is posted on this site. Like to contact old Shipmates. After my tour in VW-1 I went to VP-31 for training as a radioman. From there back to WesPac and VP-50 in NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Worked in electronic shop until serving on crew 6 as the radioman with Cannon's Caribous in the last deployment in the P5M to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Left the squadron shortly after the crash of crew 13. Remember it well as we were on patrol when it happened and were called on to help in the search. I think of those guys often. Have contact with a few of the old crew. Arnie Zaharia and I were in St Louis for Beaner's 50th birthday back a few years. Trying to find the whole crew for a Reunion. Love to hear from old Shipmates from both squadrons..." [03APR2005]

MINTON, AO2 Durward Ray rminton400@aol.com "...I served with VP-42 from 1965 to 1967 on Crew 4. I would like to hear from some of my Shipmates..." [12AUG2005]

MINYARD, PO1 Edward D. Retired EMinyard54613704@aol.com "...I served with the Navy from 1969 to August 31, 1993. I have spent most of my time in the Hawaiian Island serving with VR-21, VC-1, VP-6, VP-22, VP-17, NAS Pensacola, Florida Test Cell Operator, NS Mayport Florida (USS Saratoga), NAF St. Louis Mo. Douglas Corp. A-12, and Naval Recruiting Office St. Louis, Mo. I would like to talk to any one of my former Shipmates just to know how you are doing and to let them know that I am thinking of them. Hey Doc - how is the old Watermellon Gang doing? Fair wings and good sailing..." [18MAR2001]

MIORIN, ATCS (AC/AW) Tony Retired tmiorin1@verizon.net "...I served with VP-40 (1978-1980), VP-31 (1980-1983), VP-9 (1983-1985) and VXN-8 (1988-1991). Retired in 1996 after 23 years and living in Dallas, TX. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [09JAN2011]

MIRANTE, Frank fmirant@cs.com "...I joined VP-19 in 1961 when we had P2V-7's and were located in NAS Alameda, California. I was part of the 1962 Alaska deployment and spent time in NAS Kodiak, Alaska, NAS Adak, Alaska and Shemya. I relocated to NAS Moffett Field, California field when we got the new P-3A's. I was an ATN3 second tech in crew 5 (our call sign was 5F6G) I was radio operator and Julie/Jez operator. I remember the "BIG A" Commander Anglmeyer, trips to Hawaii, lots of flight time and generally a good time with a lot of good friends. I got out of the service in August of 1964..." [28JUN2000]

MIRISE, CAPTAIN Kerry W. Retired kwmirise16@hotmail.com "...member of AOC class 42-55, the last one to go all the way through basic training in the SNJ! After earning my wings at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas, I served with VP-22 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii in 1957-60 flying a P2V-5F. NAS Kodiak, Alaska deployment as PPC crew 9. Joined VP-31 as plank-owner flight instructor in 1960-63. Back to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with VP-28, 1966-68, as Asst OPS officer and PPC of crew 4. After transitioning to the P-3 with VP-30 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, joined VP-16 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida as CDR Jim Wetzel's XO in April 1972. I then had a delightful tour as CO of the Eagles, thanks to a wonderful complement of officers led by my XO, Ron Castle, and a simply superb squadron of crewmembers and "groundpounders". The E awards won by the Eagles are a testament to their professional skills and dedication to excellence. Served as CO, Navy Recruiting District Philadelphia, 1973-76, then went to London to join CINCUSNAVEUR Staff as a logistic planner, then to Stuttgart, Germany in 1980 as Chief, Logistics Plans Branch, HQ, USEUCOM. I joined the Naval War College faculty after 4 years in Germany and taught logistics until retiring in July, 1986..." [12AUG2003]

MIRKOVICH, Philip philipm@bwc.org "...I served with VXN-8 from 1990 to 1993 when it was disestablished, and I would like to hear from any of my Shipmates that might be reading this comment..." [09MAR98]

MIRR, AW3 Anthony duchuntnut@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-22 (1974-1978) at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii..." [24DEC2015]

MISCHEL, Jim jmischel@wbcable.net "...I served with VP-6 from 1973 to 1975. I flew with Crew 9 although I made a "circuit" with Crew 4 during the 1974 NAS Cubi Point, Philippines deployment. Transferred to PMTC in July of 1975 where I was aircrew on the one P-3 in that command. Our primary tasking was testing of the Harpoon missle..." [18NOV2007]

MISCHKOT, LT Philip pjm3@texoma.net "...I served with VP-48 in NAS Adak, Alaska, Guam, other points west in tht mid to late 70 era. I was with Crew 8 and ended up with the best bunch ever-Crew 2. The neatest thing was all the fun we had dropping stuff in the ocean. The Minex and Bullpup adventures were great work! I just surfed into this site and saw that my crew picture from NAS Adak, Alaska was posted. Outstanding! Thanks to Mark! My wife commented how skinny I looked back then. Oh well. Hey, where is everyone else in that picture? Bullis, Mathews, Emory, Pearce, Scally, Oliveri, Woodall, Boroughs, Emery, Morris et al? Best regards..." [17JUL99]

MISNER, AME2 Randy K. rkmisner@comcast.net "...I served with VP-30 (1970-1972) and VP-11 1972-1974) at NAS Brunswick, Maine..." [02OCT2014]

MISOVIC, ARM1/AL1 Joseph Shipmate Pix aar2iw@warwick.net "...I reported to NATS (Naval Air Transport Service) VR-8 on April 3, 1947. I also served with Bombing Squadron VB-4 on board the USS Franklin (CV-13) the day that she was bombed. Fortunately, I was able to fly off to a mission over Japan in a SB2C Dive Bomber with Pilot LT Czubinsly plus some other members. Not finding our ship (Home) when returning from our mission we had to land on board another Carrier. I lost all my personal possessions on board the USS Franklin (CV-13). Our squadron and its members were never mentioned in any way pertaining to the USS Franklin (CV-13). I also served with VS-26. I am 82 years young. I served in the US Navy for a period of 10 years from 1942 to 1952 on board the USS Yorktown (CV-5) as well as the USS Franklin (CV-13) both in Dive Bombing Squadrons - VB-5 - VB-4 and VA1A. We flew in SBD's, SB2A's and SB2C's. I was Radio Radar Aerial Gunner and mighty proud of it too. Why oh why was our squadron left out of recognition when writing about the USS Franklin (CV-13)..." WebSite: Joseph Misovic [BIO Updated 19OCT2005 | 17OCT2005]

MISTLER, ALC Warren Retired mistlerusn@comcast.net "...VP-91 (1941), VP-62 (1942 to 1943), VR-11 (1943 to 1944), VR-13 (1944 to 1945), VR-2 (1945 to 1947), NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island (1947), SPUC NAS Squantum, Massachusetts (1948), NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1949), VC-33 (1950 to 1952), VP-11 (1952 to 1955), VX-3 (1956 to 1957) and VAW-33 (1958 to 1960) FR to 1971 and retired on 30 years..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 08JAN2009 | BIO Updated 03APR2000 | 28MAR2000]

MISTRON, Robert toysrwhee@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-42 (1959-1961) at NAS North Island, San Diego, California..." [02DEC2011]

MITCHELL, Angela angelamitchell111@yahoo.com "...I served with VPU-2 from 1989 to 1993..." [21MAY2011]

MITCHELL, ADC(AW/NAC) Bill Retired mitchbj@adelphia.net "...I was stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine from 1975 to 1994. I served with VP-23 from 1975 to 1979 and 1988 to 2001, VP-44 from 1980 to 1988 (Flight Engineer) and NAS Brunswick, Maine from 2001 to 2004. Looking for Shipmates from both squadrons I served with..." [E-Mail Updated 06FEB2006 | 29AUG2005]

MITCHELL, PRAN Bill Permagrin91@hotmail.com "...Seems like I spent the majority of my time trying to get kicked out of the USN. But in true VP-91 fashion, I got an honerable discharge (imagine that). Anywhoo, any of the dead head community that remember me or others that had the privilage of knowing my sarcastic attitude or my 1970 VW bug with the peace sign on the hood, please say hello..." [08JUL2000]

MITCHELL, CAPTAIN Dave Shipmate Pix p3dave@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 from 1980-1983 as a TN/TC/MC and Schedules Officer. Also served with VP-93 from 1990-1994 and VP-66 from 1994-1999 where I was CO. During 2003 I served as Deputy Commander of CTF-57 in NSA Bahrain, Oman where we were flying the P-3 flying overland Iraq and Afghanistan supporting the ground war and maritime patrol throughout the CENTCOM AOR. The Task Force was a coalition of 40 plus aircraft from 8 countries flying out of 7 sites with 1,200 personnel. Sadly, since I left CTF-57 I have not been in a P-3. I've been attached to CSG-12, COMPHIBGRUTWO and Second Fleet. Currently I'm serving a year long deployment on the ground in Afghanistan with CJTF Phoenix mentoring the Afghan National Security Forces (Army, Police, Intel) in setting up a new joint coordination network. Cheers to all my Shipmates past, present and future..." [PIX/BIO Updated 28FEB2009 | 06APR2003]

MITCHELL, AOC Delbert B. Retired dmitchc121@lvcm.com "...I arrived at VP-65 in November of 1975 as the first SELRES on the Utah Airlift. I earned my Aircrew wings in 1977. I transferred to VP-60 in 1979 when my civilian employer transferred me to Illinois. I transferred back to VP-65 in 1981 as a First Class Ordnanceman. In 1985 I was promoted to AOC and became the senior enlisted for Wing II aircrewman. I remained with VP-65 until my retirement in January of 1992. If anyone is interested in contacting me they can e-mail me. Looking forward to hearing from my former Shipmates. Oh, by the way, my twin brother Delwynn, lives in Cody, WY. Just in case anyone asks where my brother is at..." [E-Mail Updated 09DEC2002 | 29APR98]

MITCHELL, AT2 Douglas E. "Prof" d.mitchell@ieee.org "...Joined VAW-117 as ATAN 1982, NAS Miramar, California. Deployed twice on WestPac with CVW-11 (USS Enterprise CVN-65), discharged as AT2 1985, Nickname 'Prof'. During my time with VAW-117, unit was awarded consecutive battle 'E's in '83 and '84. After Navy; attended University of Akron, graduated with BS Electrical Engineering in 1991. Have worked as Systems Manager/Administrator ever since. Personal WebSite: http://douglasmitchell.us..." [07JUL2007]

MITCHELL, LCDR(LDO) Douglas M. (Pooh Bear) Retired poohbearmit@aol.com "...Flight Engineer and CWO/LDO Maintenance Officer. I served as a F/E with VP-56 (1968-1971), VP-45 (1972-1975), VP-30 Instructor (1975-1978), VP-5 (1978-1981), CPW-11 (1981-1983) when I was selected to CWO-2, CPW-2 (1983-1985) got selected for LDO and transferred to VP-22 (1985-1988), VP-30 as MMCO (1988-1991), VP-49 (1991-1994) and retired from CPW-11 on 1 December 1994. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading through the VP-Navy Shipmates summary and would love to hear from past crewmembers and maintenance personnel. Twenty-seven years in the P-3 Navy was definitely the highlight of my Thirty year career!!..." [E-Mail Updated 04APR2018 | 19FEB99]

MITCHELL, CAPTAIN Edgar Dean Retired http://vesuvius.jsc.nasa.gov/er/seh/mitchell.htm "...Edgar Dean Mitchell (Captain, USN, Ret.) - NASA Astronaut. EDUCATION: Attended primary schools in Roswell, New Mexico, and is a graduate of Artesia High School in Artesia, New Mexico; received a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Management from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1952, a bachelor of science degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1961, and a doctorate of science degree in Aeronautics/Astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1964; presented an honorary doctorate of science from New Mexico State University in 1971, and an honorary doctorate of engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1971. EXPERIENCE: Captain Mitchell's experience includes Navy operational flight, test flight, engineering, engineering management, and experience as a college instructor. Mitchell came to the Manned Spacecraft Center after graduating first in his class from the Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School where he was both student and instructor. He entered the Navy in 1952 and completed his basic training at the San Diego Recruit Depot. In May 1953, after completing instruction at the Officers' Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island, he was commissioned as an Ensign. He completed flight training in July 1954 at Hutchinson, Kansas, and subsequently was assigned to VP-29 deployed to Okinawa. From 1957 to 1958, he flew A3 aircraft while assigned to Heavy Attack Squadron Two deployed aboard the USS BON HOMME RICHARD and USS TICONDEROGA; and he was a research project pilot with Air Development Squadron Five until 1959. His assignment from 1964 to 1965 was as Chief, Project Management Division of the Navy Field Office for Manned Orbiting Laboratory. He has accumulated 5,000 hours flight time--2,000 hours in jets. NASA EXPERIENCE: Captain Mitchell was in the group selected for astronaut training in April 1966. He served as a member of the astronaut support crew for Apollo 9 and as backup lunar module pilot for Apollo 10. He completed his first space flight as lunar module Pilot on Apollo 14, January 31 - February 9, 1971. With him on man's third lunar landing mission were Alan B. Shepard, spacecraft commander, and Stuart A. Roosa, command module pilot. Maneuvering their lunar module, "Antares," to a landing in the hilly upland Fra Mauro region of the moon, Shepard and Mitchell subsequently deployed and activated various scientific equipment and experiments and collected almost 100 pounds of lunar samples for return to Earth. Other Apollo 14 achievements include: first use of Mobile Equipment Transporter (MET); largest payload placed in lunar orbit; longest distance traversed on the lunar surface; largest payload returned from the lunar surface; longest lunar surface stay time (33 hours); longest lunar surface EVA (9 hours and 17 minutes); first use of shortened lunar orbit rendezvous techniques; first use of color TV with new vidicon tube on lunar surface; and first extensive orbital science period conducted during CSM solo operations. In completing his first space flight, Mitchell logged a total of 216 hours and 42 minutes. He was subsequently designated to serve as backup lunar module pilot for Apollo 16. He is currently Chairman of the Board, Forecast Systems Inc., Provo, Utah, and West Palm Beach, Florida..." [29JUN2003]

MITCHELL, Esther (Solis) semitch@flash.net "...Spent 3 years at VQ-2, Jan. 1989 to Dec. 1991, in the mech. shop. I enjoyed working on the whales. After getting out in 1991. I spent time being a stay at home mom, but later went to college and now I'm working on my commission, so I can work at the Aeromed. squadron in the Oklahoma Air National Guard as an RN-that's a big change from mech to nurse but I enjoy it. Looking foward to hearing from anyone out there..." [17JUL98]

MITCHELL, AE3 Hartwell harmitche@aol.com "...I served with VP-17 from November 1959 through August 1962. Would like to hear from Shipmates from that era..." [24MAR2006]

MITCHELL, Jack L. mitchell_jack@msn.com "...I served with VP-17 (1966 - 1968) we a deployment (1966) to NS Sangley Point, Philippines and a Detachment to NAF Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam. I flew with the Skipper as JULIE/JEZ Operator..." [09MAY2016]

MITCHELL, PHC(AC) Jim Retired jmitch@magick.net "...I served with FAW-14Hedron, VA-84, VR-6, FASRON-107, ZP-3, and VU-8..." [01SEP99]

MITCHELL, ADCS Joe Retired gsmitch@uninets.net "...I was in VP-26 from June 1981 thru June 1984. I would like to contact former Shipmates. Please e mail or call at (508)339-7656 Monday thru Friday..." [21FEB99]

MITCHELL, Kenneth Retired ken@creativemindssacramento.com "...I served with VP-30 early in 1970, VP-8 ( NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, and later in NAS Brunswick, Maine) 1970-1974, VX-1 ( NAS Patuxent River, Maryland) December 1974-May 1975, NESEP Program 1975-1979, VP-31 July 1980-January 1981, and VP-50 ( NAS Moffett Field, California) January 1981-December 1983. After that, I taught navigation at the joint service navigator school at Mather AFB, here in Sacramento, then a final tour as ASWOC Officer at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. Retired in 1989..." WEBSITE: http://www.creativemindssacramento.com [WebSite Updated 30DEC2002 | E-Mail Updated 20MAR2002]

MITCHELL, Mel (Mitch) melmitchell@shasta.com "...I served with VP-4 from 1958 to 1962. I was an AT1 and flew as First Tech on YD-11 P2 BUNO: 131463..." [E-Mail Updated 09NOV2003]

MITCHELL, AO1(AW/NAC) Michael S. "Mitch" iyaoyaspcola@yahoo.com "...I flew with VP-49 from August 1988 to May 1992 with CAC-3 Armed and Dangerous. I made the 1988 NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment, and the 1990 Split in NAS Bermuda / NAS Keflavik, Iceland deployment. I transferred from VP-49 to VAQ-33 in Key West, from there to NAS Norfolk, Virginia security. Then Ships Company onboard the IKE. I'm currently serving at NAS Pensacola, Florida as an instructor at AO-A1 school. I'll be transferring to NSA Souda Bay Crete November this year. Just looking at the page brought back alot of good times. Feel free to contact me at my e-mail be safe and stay outta trouble..." [26MAR2004]

MITCHELL, LT Ralph L. Retired rmitchell@esc5.net "...I came to NAS Jacksonville, Florida as an AEAA spent my first six years in VP-49 from 1976-1982. Transferred to VP-30 as an AE1. Assigned to VP 30 from 1982-1986. Worked the AE shop, went to Material Control and later end my tour as Maintenance Control Day shift supervisor. Was selected to Chief in 1985 and selected to LDO in 1986. After Officer Indoc in Aug 1986, I was ordered to VP-56 as the Maintenance Control Officer and the Material Control Officer. After the NAS Sigonella, Sicily deployment in 1989, I transferred to AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida as the Support Equipment Officer. One year later I terminated shore duty for orders to VR-22 in NS Rota, Spain. Two years as the Assistant Maintenance Officer and one year as Department Head, we decommisioned VR-22 in the summer of 1993. My last tour took me to Meridian Mississippi as the Assistant Air operations Officer. For a squadron Maintenance Officer to be able to work at a NAS Base Operations was an enjoyable tour of duty. After 21 years and my selection to LCDR, I retired as a LT. That was a family decision to turn down LCDR and retire. I enjoyed the time that I spent in each duty station and all the good friends that I have remembered. My heart goes out to the families of lost friends and I look forward to hear from those whom with I served..." [11NOV2004]

MITCHELL, Ralph M. rmitch44@compuserve.com "...VQ-1 60-64, Squadrom AIO, Asst. SSO, EWO & NAV on EC-121, EWO only in A3s. Joined squadron in NAS Iwakuni, Japan and made the move to NAS Atsugi, Japan. On to VT-29 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas NAV instructor, USS Hancock as Asst. Strike Ops, on to VAQ-130 Det-1. Deployments on Oriskany and Connie, on to COMFAIRALAMEDA as Staff EWO then back to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas CNATRA Staff as NFO Training Officer for my twlight cruse. Ret. Oct. 76. Of my 20 plus years...in the navy the most memorable are the years in VQ-1. Those were the days of people like Chuck Christman (inventor of Bregand), Dave Hilton, J.D. Meyer, Marv Duke, Joe Niedbala, Tom Maroldy and so many othe good friends..." [02SEP99]

MITCHELL, Richard L. richiem@mcn.net "...Would like to locate any surviving hunting buddies from FASRON-114 in NAS Kodiak, Alaska (1950): Alvie Lewis, Ringo Bird, Parker or others..." [10OCT2001]

MITCHELL, AM2 Rodney F. rfmitchell56@gmail.com "...I served with VP-44 (1956-1959) I especially liked the fiy-a-ways to San Juan, PR, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, Nassau, NAS Key West, Florida, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, NAS Bermuda and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [17JUN2016]

MITCHELL, ADJ2 Thomas tom0226@gmail.com "...I served in the Navy from 08/1971 to 08/1975. I attended "Boot Camp" (San Diego Company 284), ADJ "A" School at NAS Millington, Tennessee and then VP-31 at NAS Moffett Field, California. I worked on the Daily Inspection Crew and then Powerplants (late or swing shift). I ended up serving in the Navy I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 21AUG2011 | 18JUN99]

MITCHELL, AT3 Thomas M. tmitchell0608@wowway.com "...I served with VP-1 from 1972 to 1974 on the "Hallmark" Crew Ten as Radio Operator then onto VP-9 at NAS Moffett Field, California. I left Active Duty and affiliated with VP-93 at Selfridge ANGB outside of Detroit. Left there in 1984 and was with the Air National Guard until retiring in 1995..." [E-Mail Updated 16SEP2004 | 29MAR99]

MITCHUM, Robert W. rmitchum4@juno.com "...I served with VR-21 (Navigator) from April 1973 to August 1976. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [31MAY2011]

MITCHUSSON, Richard "Mitch" mtchssn@comcast.net "...As I go through the comments I have difficulty remembering my Shipmates in VP-17 (March 1960 to June 1963). If you are out there, I would love to hear from you. I have alot of good memories and one sad one - the day 135559 crashed on old Woman Mountain (SEE: In memory of lost friends...7 Die In Kodiak Plane Crash...)..." [E-Mail Updated 04AUG2003 | E-Mail Updated 16AUG2002 | 23MAR99]

MITTS, Denny Earl dennyemitts@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-2 NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida fron October 1961 to October 1963. I was a Plane Captain on the west line, assisting in preflight inspections, refueling, etc. I've always wanted a picture of one of the T-28's from the west line (like 308 or 400). Be nice if there was a way I could get a nice one. In October 1963 I was transfered to VP-24 NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I worked mainly in maintenance control, taking care of aircraft logs, sending out work orders to the respective shops, airframes, avionics, electric shop, etc. When the work (that had downed the aircraft) was done and the paperwork was returned to me, I was then able to place the aircraft in the up position on the ready board (green tag). The P2V-7 Neptune was a beautiful aircraft. On ocasions I was able to fly as part of the flight crew, usually as bow observer. Never could get the camera to work fast enough on a pass though. What a ride it was, sitting in the nose, cuttin through the clouds. I guess one of the things I was proud of was we were the only squadron that still had a woman in the emblem, the Bat Laddie. Sharp. While I was there, we flew coal road out of Island, Norway. I flew with the crew of LR-6. LCDR Fromer was a great pilot. I served with VP-24 until March 1965, when my inlistment was up for active duty. I've always regreted not shipping over. The P2V-7 Neptune was one of the greatist planes ever. I often wonder what ever happened to all my Shipmates. I've not been able to contact any of them but one. Perhaps some will read this, and say, Al Yea, I remember Mitts. I'm 62 now but I'll never forget the times we had there..." [18NOV2006]

MIXON, Jerry jerrymix012000@yahoo.com "...I served with VT-22 (1968-1970) at NAS Kingsville, Texas. I am looking for Rodey Payne, Jerry Brown, Gary Moore and Mike Dickehut. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [18JAN2011]

MIXON, Nelson nmixon1234@aol.com "...I served with VP-46 as electric shop chief from November 1968 to September 1970. I met the squadron in NAS Adak, Alaska and made one deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. If anyone served with me during that period I would love to hear from you. I am currently retired from Navy (E8) and Civil Service (GS11) and travel around in our RV working for Habitat For Humanity..." [18AUG99]

MIXON, AT1 Tom tom@tommixon.com "...I served with VP-23 from May 1966 to April 1972 (5 deployments to the Med. and flew over 2500 hours in the P2), VP-MAU and retired from VP-92..." [31MAY2009]

MIZE, Brian bhmize@mindspring.com "...I was stationed in VP-45 from 88 to 91. I would like to track down my supervisor, PRC T. Schaefer (may be a PRCS by now!) If anyone has any knowledge of her location, please e-mail me and let me know. Thank you, Shipmates..." [23DEC97]

MIZELL, Bill "Tex" dptybillm@aol.com "...I served aboard NAS Keflavik, Iceland (June 1961 to June 1962) and VP-5 (June 1962 to August 1963) with deployments to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I was the 2nd Mech on LA-12 (BUNO: 131483) and my Plane Captain was Steve Weigand and my best friend was Dale "Russ" Russell who was 2nd Mech on the new LA-9 in 1963. I would really like to locate Dale Russell or Steve Weigand..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 05JUL2011 | 28DEC2000]

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