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Memorial Picture "...O'CONNOR, AO2 Henry S. "Hank"...My Father, Henry S. "Hank" O'Connor, passed away October 2, 2009 at the age of 84. Dad served with VPB-142 at NAS Los Alamitos, California with deployments to MCBH Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii (training) and Hawkins Field, Tarawa Atoll where they conducted strikes against Emidj Island, Jaluit Atoll, Marshalls islands. I would love to hear from anyone that may have known my Father..." Contributed by Bob O'Connor bo56678@gmail.com [17FEB2013]

OCASIO, AME2 Alfonso aocasio@wcg-corp.com "...I served with VAQ-33 at NAS Boca Chica, Florida from 1984 to 1986..." [30NOV2009]

OCHALLA, Ken L. klmjocha@aol.com "...I seved with AEWBarRonPac from 1964 to 1965 (Crew F-33) until its disestablishment. I was transferred to NAS North Island, San Diego, California and then in August 1965 was approved for an early out to attend college. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [25NOV2009]

OCHOA, ROBERT robert.ochoa@gecapital.com "...I was in VP-49 from 88-92. Last deployment was to NS Rota, Spain with the great guys of CAC-7. I remember some great partying at the Salad Bar and the 5 star in Jerez and our R & R in Palma. What happened to Bugs, Burma, Sponge, Martin, and Carter. If any of you CAC Seagram's 7 guys or anyone else I've drank with sees this go ahead and e/m me. Hope to hear from you. Those years were some of the best of my life..." [19JUN98]

O'CONNELL, Henry oconne796@aol.com "...I served with VFP-62 (1955) and VP-62 (1956)..." [12OCT2011]

O'CONNELL, Pete pete.oc@cox.net "...I served from 1963 until 1966. The latter year and a half in VP-42. I was a member of Crew 8 and flew the radio position primarily but was also checked out at the Jez seat. This site is a great idea and I hope that any one to whom my name is familiar will feel free to contact me. Those were some important years in my life and the memories remain strong..." [12DEC2004]

O'CONNOR, David david.oconnor@dhs.gov "...I was stationed with VP-23 from 1975 to 1979. I worked in the Air Intelligence Office (AIO) with LTjg Hankner and later LT Bruce LaPointe. Dave Andreasen and Brian Levengood were the other IS's in the office. I joined the Navy in 1967 and went to boot camp at Great Lakes and then to "A" School at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver. My first permanent duty station was at the Intel Center at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines (FICPACFAC). From there I went to VP-16 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida before going to NAF Naples, Italy working at the Air Navigation Office/Naval Branch Oceanographic Office/ Defense Mapping Agency. After that tour I went on to VP-23 and then to FASO at NAS Bermuda at the SERE school for two tours. In between those tours I went to COMFAIRKEF. I ended up for my last tour at the Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Facility Western Pacific (FOSIF WESTPAC) in Kamiseya, Japan for my last tour. Does anyone out there know where Harry "Pete" Peterson or John Martoncik migrated to?..." [23OCT2004]

O'CONNOR, Frank R. dianne@mail.ameritel.net "...I was in VP-48 and VP-44, late 50's and early 60's. I would like to hear from any of my old Shipmates. A whole lot has happened since those fun day's..." [02AUG98]

O'CONNOR, ADR1 Roy M. c/o His Daughter Linda O'Connor leoconnor@yahoo.com "...My dad, Roy M. O'Connor, served with VP-45 ( NAS Bermuda) as a Plane Captain/FE. From there he was sent to NAS Memphis, Tennessee. Also spent some interesting time with VR-24 in NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco. He is working on getting a computer so he can get in touch with old friends. Thanks!..." [28DEC2001]

O'CONNOR, AX2 Thomas P. thomaso924@netzero.net "...I joined the reserves at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts in september of 1960 while still a senior in high school. Being in the Navy was a life long dream. I started with VS-913, an S2F squadron. In september of 1962 I was transfered to VP-917. Then in july 1963 I was reassigned to VP-915. In october of 1963 I started flying aircrew in P2V5s and was assigned to crew 7 (the Maine Crew). I flew ECM with them until may 1965. Then in june 1965 I went to NAS Pensacola, Florida as a NAVCAD. I enjoyed my time with the Navy people immensely and would still be there if it was my choice to make. I just retired from Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine where I worked on 36 ships for the Navy. I wish everything good for all the Navy veterans..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 27SEP2005 | 31JAN99]

O'CONNOR, AWCS Tom Retired pelicanpines@att.net "...I served with VP-56 from 1965 to 1970, 1981 to 1984 and 1987 till the bitter end. I retired in 1992 as an AWCS. Would love to hear from anyone from the P2 days on up.. Currently living in a small town on the edge of the Ocala National Forest..." [27NOV2003]

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