VP-5 Squadron Shipmates
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Memorial Picture "...REARDON, Earl L...Earl L. Reardon passed away in 1993. Earl was a member our Crew 9 of VP-892 (1951-1952)...TIMMER, AT2 Harold w8hgt@sbcglobal.net..." [21MAR2005]

Memorial Picture "...REBENNACK, Theodore Jr...My husband, Theodore Rebennack, Jr., now deceased served with FAW-10 at Perth and Brisbane Australia from October 1942 to 1946. He was 17 when he joined from Indianapolis, IN. I know very little about his almost 4 years there. Can anyone be left that might know or at least know about his group?...REBENNACK, Theodore Jr. (Deceased) c/o His Wife Mildred J. Rebennack mjfivekids@aol.com..." [18DEC2003]

Memorial Picture "...REED, Ira S....Who was serving on the USS Tangier (AV-8) on December 7, 1941, died in Placerville, CA on March 23, 2003. He is survived by his wife, Patricia, 3 sons, 8 step-sons, 5 step-daughters, 57 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. He retired from the Navy in 1955 as a Chief Petty Officer after 20 years of service. I have known Ira and Pat for only a brief time but I feel his passing should be noted on your site. His Navy service was a very important part of his life - his personal license plate reads: "IRA AV8". Rest in peace, Ira...Doug Printz _doug@dougprintz.com..." [02APR2003]

Memorial Picture "...Shipmate PixCirca 1965 REEDY, Rear Admiral James Robert "Jim Sunshine"...My Father, Jim "Sunshine" Reedy passed away in January 1999. Dad was the Commanding Officer of FAW-7 at NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England, Commanding Officer of VPB-110, VX-6 (Operation Deep Freeze) and Commanding Officer NAS Jacksonville, Florida. I still miss him very much. I met many great people going to Reunions with him, but am really out of touch now. I'd love to hear from other "descendants". Gene McIntyre and Maxine were very special friends of mine here in San Antonio TX. Gene's daughter established a library somewhere near Nixon TX and I'd really like to get in touch with her as I "right-size" my belongings. My best to all. PS: Pop called his men "my boys" and was frankly emotional in expressing his respect and love for them..." Contributed by Molly Reedy Baker mollyreedybaker@gmail.com [02AUG2011]

Memorial Picture "...REESE, AMSC James Alan...Jim Reese flew as a Flight Engineer in VP-4 from 1975 to 1978. He later transferred to VP-31. James Alan Reese, 63, of Gold Hill, OR died Sept. 29, 2007, at his home. A celebration of his life was held at 2 p.m. Oct. 20 at his home. Conger-Morris Funeral Directors in Medford handled arrangements. He was born Sept. 9, 1944, in Elmhurst, Ill., to Catherine and Vernon Reese. When he was a young child, his family moved to Azusa, Calif., where he lived until graduating from high school. At age 18, he joined the Navy and served as a flight engineer on P-3s. He served during the Vietnam War and, even after his plane was shot down, he volunteered for two additional tours of duty. After 20 years of military service, he retired and moved to the Rogue Valley with his wife. He went to work for the Josephine County Sheriff's Office as a road deputy and later moved to the corrections department. He retired eight years ago. He enjoyed riding and training horses. He also adopted and gentled several wild mustangs. Along with his wife, he planted a Christmas tree farm. When the trees matured, he gave horse-drawn wagon rides and played Santa. In addition to his wife, Victoria Reese, survivors include seven children, Sandy and Brian Reese and Linda Salas, all of California, and David and Darrell Reese, Eileen M. Butchko and Aimee Simpson, all of Oregon; two brothers, John and Jeff Reese, both of California; a sister, Marianne Jones of Canada; and several grandchildren..." Contributed by Larry Hames (VP-4 Veterans Assn Database Manager) database@vp4association.com [12FEB2011]

Memorial Picture Shipmate PixCirca 1943 "...REEVES, LCDR Thomas A...My Father, LCDR Thomas A Reeves, served as an SBD-3 pilot with VS-5 on the Yorktown between 1940 and 1942. He later served with CASU's 4,5,14,9,8, & 55 up until late 1945. I would like to exchange stories with anyone else who served during that time or in any of the CASU's or VS-5...Nancy Reeves Casey nckailua@aol.com..." [PIX Added 24MAR2008 | 23MAR2008]

Memorial Picture "...REEVES, AT1 George Ray...We lost Shipmate George Ray Reeves (VP-19, VAQ-129 and VP-19) on July 12, 2010. George was born on February 3, 1948 and was last known to be living in Coupeville, Washington. He joined the U.S. Navy, where he served for 13 years. He served as a radio operator aboard P-3Bs with VP-19 at NAS Moffett Field, California and was an avionics instructor with VAQ-129 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington and in the Reserves with VP-69. After leaving the Navy, George remained in the Coupeville area with his wife Joan and family, working as a database administrator for the government. He is survived by his wife Joan. Memorial services were held for George at the Oak Harbor Elks Lodge on Wednesday, July 21st at 2:00 PM. George was a happy, intelligent man with broad interests..." Contributed by SANBORN, AT3 Pete psanborn2@earthlink.net [11SEP2010]

Memorial Picture "...REFO, CAPTAIN Shipmate Pix...Captain REFO is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in the Class of 1940. After serving two years on USS New Mexico he received his designation as a Naval Aviator. During a one year tour of duty, with Patrol Bombing Squadron VPB-127, he held positions of Flight and Executive Officer. Just prior to VE-Day, Captain REFO, reported to the U.S. Navy Academy Post graduate School for a course in Ordnance Engineering (Aviation) culminating in a year of advanced study at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree. He was one of the plank owners, of the Navy's first atomic bombing squadron, VC-5 and served seven years in Heavy Attack aircraft billets, the last as Commanding Officer on her first Sixth Fleet deployment. Following three years in the POLARIS program, where he was awarded the Legion of Merit, Captain REFO was assigned to the National War College for one year and subsequently to Staff, Carrier Division TWO as Operations Officer. Captain REFO was Deputy Missile Development Officer in the Bureau of Naval Weapons September, 1962 to August 5, 1963, at which time he assumed command of USS DENEBOLA. His next command was Commanding Officer of USS RANDOLPH (CVS-15). He died November 1986. Reference: Ships Crew Book dated 1963-64..." WebSite: http://www.ussdenebola.org/CommandingOfficers/Commanding%20Officers.htm [17AUG2005]

Memorial Picture "...REHM, Daniel Robert Jr...October 05, 2004 - Daniel Robert Rehm Jr., beloved husband of Peggy Hawkins Rehm, father of Randy Robert Rehm and Peggy Rehm Swords, grandfather of Kelly Fielding Swords, all of Houston and brother of Karen Rehm Feldewert of St. Louis, MO and brother-in-law of Dale Detheridge Hawkins of Mandeville, LA and Merle Marks Rehm of New Orleans, LA entered eternal life on October 2, 2004. A native of New Orleans, Rehm retired from the U.S. Navy Reserve and the Federal Aviation Administration. Serving with VF-8 and VF-50 as a fighter pilot during WWII and the Korean Conflict, Rehm earned the Distinguished Flying Cross with gold star and the Air Medal with gold star and was a member of the Fighter Aces Association, having downed 13 enemy combatants during WWII. Dan retired from the United States Naval Reserve as Commander of VS-822, NAS New Orleans, Louisiana and continued to serve his country as Military Liaison Officer with the FAA. Dan is a graduate of St. Aloysius High School, New Orleans, and attended Loyola University in New Orleans prior to joining the Navy. Dan enjoyed playing golf with the "geritol bunch" at Inwood Forest for many years..." WebSite: The Politburo Diktat http://www.acepilots.com/mt/archives/001330.html [11APR2005]

Memorial Picture "...REID, Chip...For former VP-90 personnel: Heard a "not so good rumor" at the Fleet the other day that Chip Reid had passed away. He was AX2 when I was in WC 210 with him from 1979-1982. Mike Wagner was the boss. If anyone can verify, I'd appreciate it. Thanks...Dave Childers p3abcift@aol.com..." [14JUL2000]

Memorial Picture "...REILLY, John J...My late Uncle, John J. Reilly, was assigned to FFT HEDRON 14-1 FAW-14 from January to April 1945 and went to Fleet Weather Central. Looking for anyone that may have served with him. His rank/rating was NAS S2c (Aer M)V6. Thank you...Pat Reilly patreilly13@comcast.net..." [11SEP2005]

Memorial Picture "...REINHARDT, Ralph...It saddens me to announce that Ralph Reinhardt AE3 who served with VP-4 during the early 1960's passed away in 1994. His widow is looking for anyone who has any information regarding his suffering from heat stroke and the ensuing 9 day hospital stay while he served in VP-4. If you can help her out, please email me. Steve/Andy Andruszkewicz sgpa2zfmly@aol.com..." [15DEC2002]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...RENNER, LT Richard Dwayne...My Dad, Richard D. Renner, passed away May 1998. Dad served aboard the USS Savo Island (CVE-78) as a AD2. He was selected for Aviation Officer Training, completed flight training at NAS Pensacola, Florida and reported to VC-11 and VW-1(1951-1953) at NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Dad was awarded the Air Medto for Meritorious Achievement in Aerial Flight in the Western Pacific-Far Easton Area from 19JUN1952 to 22MAY1953 and was authorized to wear the China Service Medal (Extended) for operations in support of the Formosa Policy 15JAN1952 - 15MAR1952. Dad was received the Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal..." Contributed by Jay Renner jrenner@ece.umd.edu [12APR2017]

Memorial Picture "...REISDORF, Charles H. Jr...My father, Charles H. Reisdorf Jr., served with VP-10, I believe, during WWII. He passed on January 6, 2000. I'm interested in communicating with anyone who might have known him, and determining the locations of his service in the South Pacific...REISDORF, Charles H. Jr. [Deceased] c/o His Son Charles C. Reisdorf creisdorf@yahoo.com..." [20JUN2002]

Memorial Picture "...REKEN, Mark Henry Van...Mark died of lung cancer July 2006. Born in Nigera on June 28, 1953 - Departed on July 26, 2006 and resided in Lexington Park, MD. I knew Mark from our VPU-1 Special Projects days. SEE: http://obit.brinsfieldecholsfuneral.com/obit_display.cgi?id=329382&listing=Current..." Contributed by ATCS (AW/NAC) Dal Pettus, Retired dpettus@scires.com [07FEB2007]

Memorial Picture "...RENESKI, CDR Bernard J. Jr. Retired...My brother, Bernard J. Reneski Jr., recently passed away. Bernard served with VQ-2 in the early 1970's..." Contributed by John Reneski jreneski@fullsail.com [29JUN2015]

Memorial Picture "...RESH, Jack...Shipmate Pix...Jack Resh served with VP-4 and flew as a Plane Captain (FE) and also worked in the Power Plant Shop when not flying. He maintained the engines on the Lockheed SP2H's the squadron flew on patrols off the coast of China. Jack passed away in 1983 and I am his niece who never knew him. I'm hoping some kind Shipmates may have photos and memories of Jack that they are willing to share. You may contact me. H. Ringle h_ringle@epinc.com..." [PIX Added 24SEP2009 | 12APR2009]

Memorial Picture "...REITMEYER, Stanley E...65, of Chippewa Lane, Muncy, died Monday, Jan. 26, 2009 at Muncy Valley Hospital.Born in Williamsport on August 1, 1943, he was a son of the late Joseph and Meda (Williams) Reitmeyer. He and his wife of 37 years, the former Marjorie A. Clark, were married Nov. 5, 1971. Following graduation from Watsontown High School in 1961, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served in VP-4 1962-1964 during the Vietnam era. The family will provide the flowers and prefers memorial contributions be made to either Pennsdale Trinity United Methodist Church, 658 Village Road, Pennsdale, PA 17756, or to Muncy Valley Hospital, 215 E. Water St., Muncy, PA 17756..." Contributed by ANDRUSZKEWICZ, Steve "Andy" sgpa2zfmly@aol.com [19JUL2010]

Memorial Picture "...REYNOLDS, CDR Kevin Douglas...(VP-46 and VP-50)...Kevin Douglas Reynolds, an intelligence analyst and a former Navy pilot and officer, has died at 43. Reynolds, who was in excellent condition, died of an apparent heart attack early Saturday after jogging from his home a half-mile away to visit his children, said his ex-wife, Susan Reynolds. He flew P-3 Orion patrol planes in the Navy and became a commander by the time he was 40. Reynolds also had been a catapult officer on the USS Abraham Lincoln. His last post before retiring in November 2004 was as commanding officer of Navy Recruiting District San Antonio. He currently was working with an independent government contractor as an intelligence analyst. Offered work in Washington, D.C., Reynolds turned it down because the family had set roots in San Antonio since arriving five years ago, Susan Reynolds said. "We had moved around so many times that after Kevin retired, we decided to stay here because it's such a great family town," she said. A football and rugby player in college, Reynolds coached basketball, baseball, soccer and flag football. He'd been a volunteer coach at the Mays Family YMCA for several years. "Kevin really believed that team sports was the best way to learn about being a team player and participating in a team," Susan Reynolds said. Though Reynolds was devoted to family, work and sports, he also put in time as a hospice volunteer, Susan Reynolds said. "That was important to him, too," she said. Born in Washington, D.C., he was one of eight children. The Georgetown University graduate earned two master's degrees from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and the National Defense University. WebSite: San Antonio Express-News http://www.mysanantonio.com/..." Contributed by STILLWELL, Carl carl1124@email.com [06JUN2010]

REA, Bill WREA@irp.nida.nih.gov "...AEC Jim Rea (Blue Geese VP-22 Squadron '81-85') recently made Chief. "Congradulations!" He would like to get in contact with old squardron mates. Any messages send to me will be forwarded..."

REED, Jimmie skipper36115@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-42 with a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines (1957)..." [22SEP2011]

READ, Lee read@amaonline.com "...I was in VP-49 1971-1972 NAS Jacksonville, Florida. AE shop. Were you?..." [06MAY98]

REAP, LCDR Dan Retired dateach@hawaiiantel.net "...I started my long VP career at VW-1 TACAMO NAS Agana, Guam which later became VQ-3. Left NAS Agana, Guam as an AE3 and went to VP-50 where I made AE2. 1969 - 1971. Made deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and NS Sangley Point, Philippines, with detachments to NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. Good friends with Steve Gueid and Jerry Zwolley (can't remember the correct spelling). VP-31 from 1971-1975 then off to VP-22 as an AE1 and started a 20 year stay at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Went to VC-1 and made AEC and Avionics LDO. Then to VP-1 from 1983 - 1985 as Material Control Officer and finished up as Assistant MO. Left NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii as a LT and went to Ottawa Canada on the PEP. Great job as Aircraft Engineering Officer for the CP-140. Back to VP-6 from 1989-1992 as MMCO. Back to VC-1 as assistant MO until they disestablished. Finished up at VP-4 and WINGSPAC and retired, LCDR in 1995. Have been teaching at various universities in Hawaii and working as a contractor for the government. Love to hear from old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 03MAY2008 | E-Mail Updated 07SEP2004 | 12FEB2003]

REARDEN, AAM1 Lawrence E. Sr. c/o His Son Lawrence E. Rearden, Jr. REARDENJR@AOL.COM "...My Dad flew in Crew #8 BUNO: 46517 VPB-71 as AAM1 Class Crew Chief. Pilot LTjg A. O. Turner, ENS Morken, Navigator, Greene, 2nd Machanic, G. A. Barret, Ordnance, W. W. Perin, 1st Radioman, H. P. Lawrence, 2nd Radioman, H. A. Blencoe, Bomber, and H. S. Peterson. Plane number was E-68 "The Black Eagle." If anyone there knows or were part of Dad's crew, please write. I might be interested in (and maybe have) some stuff that you would like to share. Dad passed away 10-17-79. Thanks..." [19SEP2000]

REARICK, LT Anderson (Andy) Retired andy.rearick@juno.com "...Served with VP-26..." [E-Mail Updated 18OCT2003 | 22JUN98]

REASTER, Gerald (Tink) tink@tinkweb.com "...I was a plank owner in VP-65 when it formed. I used to be AE1 Reaster, now I am just me. NAS Point Mugu, California was a great tour of duty, and a great place to get divorced in also. I love your site and if I can assist you let me know. I would like to hear from any old Shipmates I served with..." Business: Home: [WebSite Updated 03NOV98 | 02NOV98]

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REAVES, John-David jdryeaua@cableone.net "...I served with VP-24 as a PN thru PN2 from April 1976 thru December 1978. I joined the squadron while it was deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily in April 1976. We returned to NAS Jacksonville, Florida in June 1976. We deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in May 1977 and returned to NAS Jacksonville, Florida in September 1977. We deployed again to NAS Sigonella, Sicily in August 1978 and returned in December 1978. After leaving active duty in December 1978, I served in the Naval Reserve for 6 years. I also served a year in the Alabama Army National Guard where I went to OCS at Alabama Military Academy at Fort McClellan in Anniston, AL. I was injured during the officer training and medically released from that endeavor. I applied for transfer back to the Navy Reserve and remained another year before resigning in 1985. Since leaving VP-24, I have worked for the Federal Government at Anniston Army Depot. I earned a BS Degree from the University of Alabama in 1986 and a Master of Public Administration Degree from Jacksonville State University in 1991. I am still with the same little lady I married while serving with VP-24 back in June 1976. I look forward to corresponding with individuals who served with me at that time..." [14MAR2003]

REBEAUD, WO Ed Retired rebeaud57@netscape.net "...I was in VP-772 and VP-775 at NAS Los Alamitos, California ADJ2 to ADJ1 air crewman [communications, mad trail, and Plane Captain] flying from 1962-1970. Graduated from Pierce jr college 1968 and univ of Texas 1974. Switched to Army reserve in 1972 and promoted to warrant officer, retired in 1988. Knew Tom Salyers, Ed Stein , and Jon Soule best..." [28MAR2002]

REBH, AE3 Nick rebhn@michigan.gov "...I was in VP-1 from 7/86 to 7/91 and would like to hear from any old Shipmates. I have thousands of pictures from that time, and will never forget the great times we had. If anyone has heard from David Orr please let me know..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 18MAR2005 | 28DEC98]

REBMAN, GSCM George Retired georger@nwlink.com "...I served in the Navy from '63 to '89 and was a member of VP-49 and VP-10. I have great memories of Patrol squadrons. If any one remembers AOC Leroy Brown or AO-1 Jerry Brown I would like to know what ever became of them..." [03SEP2000]

RECTENWALD, Lenny bkwheat@ma.ultranet.com "...I was with VP-5 from 1966 until 1970 and was a radio operator on crew 1 and crew 7. I would like to hear from any of my fellow crew members and especially anyone who remembers the fun we had with hurricane Camille..."

REGISTER, Charles E. creg1927@aol.com "...I served with VP-24, VPB-104 and VP-HL-4. I would love to hear from any former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 31DEC2008]

RECK, CDR Tom Shipmate PixCirca 2005 http://reserves.navy.mil/ "...Commander Tom Reck was born in Southampton, Pennsylvania. A 1985 graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Business Management. Following graduation, he was commissioned an Ensign through the NROTC program and reported to NAS Pensacola, Florida for flight training. He was designated a Naval Aviator in May 1987 at the NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. Commander Reck's first operational assignment was with the 'Proud Pegasus' of VP-11 at NAS Brunswick, Maine. With VP-11 from 1988-1991, he was designated a Patrol Plane Commander, Mission Pilot. He served as the Schedules Officer, Pilot Training Officer, Quality Assurance Officer, and Training Officer during his 3 1/2 year tour. He completed 2 extended deployments, once to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and once to NAS Sigonella, Sicily participating in Operation Desert Shield. In June 1991, Commander Reck reported to 405 MP (Maritime Patrol) Squadron based in Greenwood, Nova Scotia Canada after being selected for the Personnel Exchange Program. Flying as a Canadian exchange pilot from 1991 to 1994, he was designated as an Aircraft Captain, on missions around the globe. In 1993 he led his crew in winning the O'Brien ASW Excellence Trophy for the Canadian Forces and participated as the Canadian Crew in the Commonwealth Fincastle ASW competition. In 1994 Commander Reck reported to the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) while on deployment in the Persian Gulf. He served as a Catapult and Arresting Gear Officer (SHOOTER) and as an Air Department Division Officer while completing a six-month WESTPAC deployment in support of Operation Southern Watch. After his resignation from active duty in 1995, Commander Reck immediately affiliated with the 'Minutemen' of VP-92 at the NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts. He has been designated a Patrol Plane Commander, Mission Commander and NATOPS Instructor Pilot. Billet assignments at VP-92 have included Safety/NATOPS Officer, Maintenance Officer, Operations Officer and Executive Assistant..." [19JUN2005]

RECKER, Vince homereckersok@aol.com "...I was in VP-22 from October 1992 until disestablishment followed by 2 years with VP-47. I'm now part of the Oklahoma Navy and will be flying with VQ-4. Blue Geese Lead The Way!..." [E-Mail Updated 27MAY2005 | 12NOV97]

REDD, AMMF1 Claude redwebby@yahoo.com "...I served with VPB-208 (12/1942-08/1945). I was part of the first crew that returned from NAS Tanapag Harbor, Saipan, Marianas Islands via Hawaii and the Pink Palace on R&R. 3 days later got news the war was over so we ferried a shotup PBM to NAS Norfolk, Virginia, where we all got 30 days leave. I would like to hear from any and all old Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04APR2013 | E-Mail Updated 12MAY 99 | E-Mail Updated 21DEC98 | E-Mail Updated 08SEP98 | 04JAN98]

REDDEKOPP, AWC Jerry D. M.A.S. Retired navycpo@mashell.com "...I'm a retired AWC. My career in VP's started in 1966 and ended in 1985. I served in VP-22 (1966-70), VP-31 (70-73), VP-50 (73-76), Lockheed Aircraft Company (CP-140 instructor) (78-79), VP-65 (78-79), COMRESPATWINGPAC Det NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (79-85), HS-85 (85-87). I retired in November 1987 and have been working for Boeing since Noc 2, 1987. I am currently the Training and Training Equipment Lead on the US Navy E-6 TACAMO program. I live in Graham, WA. Been married 32 years and have three grown son's and six grandchildren..." [28AUG2001]

REDDEKOPP, AT1 Wayne C. Retired wreddekopp@sbcglogal.net "...I was an FCO starting in VP-22 from 1967-69. I returned to the Navy as a TAR with VP-91 from 1971-76 then RESASWTAC at NAS JRB Willow Grove, Pennsylvania from 1976-79 before returning to VP-91 from 1979-83. I served my last tour with VP-65 from 1983-87 when I retired. I am currently instructing FCC and A&P license preparation courses for a school homebased in Colfax, CA and living at a private airport near Grass Valley, CA. Just sold my vintage Beech Bonanza and am kinda looking for something smaller. Keep your bellies out of the water..." [E-Mail Updated 03MAR2004 | 29DEC99]

REDDEN, AMM1C Jack K. j-nredden@comcast.net "...During 1943 I was stationed at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with VPB-2 OTU, training in PBY-5. Many pilots and crew members were trained in PBY-5 for further duties overseas. I flew as a Plane Captain and later as a Mechanic Instructor. Would like to hear from any Shipmates that were in OTO..." [28MAY2002 | 28JAN2001]

REDDING, Carroll R. (Dick) dawo@clinic.net "...Served in VP-22 from Mar 71 to Mar 74. I did Naha and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines deployments with some "great" times at NSF Diego Garcia and Bandar Abbas. Best outfit and best group of people I ever had the pleasure of serving with in 27 Years. Would appreciate hearing from any and all. Mahalo!..." [13JAN99]

REDDING, DANIEL W. JR danredding@worldnet.att.net "...I was a ADR3 & 2 with VP-18, VP-30, VP-31, VC-8, and VS-32. I retired 15DEC77 as a AS1. The NAVY was what life was all a bout for all of us. There will not be anthing else like it in this life time. Looking forward to some E mail..." [E-Mail Updated 30JUN2001 | E-Mail Updated 26JUN99 | 30AUG98]

REDDING, YN2 Jeff jeffredding@comcast.net "...I served with VP-16 from October 1977 to May 1980 (six month deployment to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and two deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily) and VP-60 from October 1980 to October 1983 (had a lot of fun during the month at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and a couple of trips to Hawaii). From November 1983 to APril 1984 I was at the RIPO Office NAS Atlanta, Georgia. From May 1984 to November 1986 I was back at NAS Glenview, Illinois (which is also my home town). From December 1986 to April 1989 I was at NRC Rome and NRC Syracuse, NY. I was medically discharged in Apr 89 following back surgery..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 05JUN2003 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 27APR2002 | 25APR98]

REDER, John john.reder@juno.com "...I served with VAQ-33 from 1984-1988. I was a A-4 Plane Captain and Avionics Technician AT3 when I ended my enlistment. You might remember me painting the A4 and A7 pictures in the A4 AMU area. I saw Chief Nash's entry here - he sold me my first computer - I'm now a Lead Systems Programmer so I guess I've got him to thank! You can drop me a line if you want to catch up or visit my web page at http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/John_Reder. GO FIREBIRDS!..." [11MAY99]

REEBER, Doug dougr@actionauto.com "...I served with VP-23 NAS Brunswick, Maine FE from January 1990 until it was disestablished on February 28, 1995. How many former Seahawks would like to get together for one final Reunion prior to NAS Brunswick, Maine closure?..." [06JAN2009]

REECE, AMSC(AW) Daniel "Danny Boy" L. DReece1922@aol.com "...I was stationed in VAQ-33 from February 1988-Jan-1992. Im currently with VFA-106, during those days I worked in the A-7 shop then went over to the A-6 shop after the A-7'S decommisioned. I still see John J. Killen, Pete Melcher, Ray Rose, Ken Baker, and the big goof Warren Dykes. If ya remember me drop me a line it will be nice to here from ya..." [11FEB2001]

REECE, Nathan R. nrreece@aol.com "...I was a photomate in VP-47, 1956-57. Made one NAS Iwakuni, Japan cruise, then to VU-7/ NAS North Island, San Diego, California Det. Out as PH-2 1959. Back in for no good reason 1964-66! Ship's Co. USS Ranger CVA-61, Then was shanghied by a wise a---- little red headed Lt (His initials were; Haggarty!) to VAH-5 and went aboard CVA-66 America. I only regret that I didn't take better advantage of my time in VP-47! Former VP-9 shutterbug, RNB put onto this site. What a shock to see a friend of mine all over it. "Satch" Beasley is a local commercial pilot who is intensly searching for info. on his Dad's crash. Please help. I recently retired from U.S. Postal Service. The worst day in the Navy was better than the best day there. Seaplanes Forever!..." [05FEB2000]

REED, AO3 Ben gentleben35904@yahoo.com "...I served aboard the USS Oriskany (CV/CVA-34) from 1954 to 1956 and VP-19 (Crew-4) from 1956 through 1957 flying the P2V-5. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 07JAN2010 | 25SEP99]

REED, Charles csreedii@hotmail.com "...I served with VR-50 (Plank Owner) and moved to NAS Atlanta, Georgia. I worked in the AE shop with Stewart and Bear..." [03MAY2013]

REED, AMH3 Charles O. libertycreed@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-56 (1967-1969). I served during our transition from the P2 to the P-3. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [05FEB2013]

REED, CPO Donald D. Retired c/o Robbie Motter rmotter@aol.com "...I served with VR-21 and VR-8 and now live in Southern CA. I will turn 91 on July 25th! I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [28JUN2012]

REED, AG2 Donald E. reed-de@juno.com "...Hello, VW-4 Shipmates. I served with The Hurricane Hunter Squadron out of Puerto Rico from 1960 thru 1964, through the Mercury and Gemeni range surviellances and the Cuban Blockade (I as the one taking pictures out the rear door, while tied to one of the bunkbeds via a rope. After leaving VW-4, I re-enlisted for VW-1 in Guam; but by the time I got there they were flying surviellance along the viet. coast and didn't need weather pukes; so I was assigned to COMNAVMAR HDQRS forecasting weather for the area from Hawaii to India and from Japan to Austria. Lost track of all my shipmates and would be interested in hearing from any! I've still got a few of our squadron year books, if your interested?..." [17MAY98]

REED, ADCS Doug Retired dwmobil@aol.com "...I served with ATU-700 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from 1954 to 1955 when it became ATU-501 until November 1956 and VR-23 NAS Atsugi, Japan. Shipmates I remember Were, R. Kregle, Burtis Webb, James Noble and 3rd class metalsmith Tidwell who was on the same flight crew I was. I left there as an ADAN and stayed in the Navy 24 years retiring as ADCS in July 1976 out of NAS Brunswick, Maine. still go to the Corpus area every winter for some fishing. I stay in a 5th wheel trailer parked at Rockport Tx. would love to hear from any Shipmates..." [24DEC2003]

REED, AL1 Jack jackreedsr@hotmail.com "...I am one of the last 2 survivor's of the VP-56 P5M April 9th, 1955 mishap. I was on the panel when we started the fatal take off. I served with VP-56 from 1952 to 1957 and then transfer'd to VR-24 in NAF Naples, Italy. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [06SEP2009]

REED, AOC Marcus Retired MReed76841@aol.com "...I'm a long timer 1968 to 1971 and then 1975 to 1979. I was and AO2 through AOC with the (VP-44) Pelicans. I still have the Crew Pelican hanging in The Bar. I'll go through my flight bag and send a few "old Photo's" and articles I still have. It's good to see Our Place on the net. I saw Mike Kane in Brunswick last summer at a car meet and stayed with the Carl and Darlene Marcinak. I see quite a few Shipmates each year when I visit. I also saw AOC Larry Robinson who's retired and running the Club and Ed Lord who was visiting from Vegas. Anyone ever hear from LCDR Jim and Marty Larsen VP-44 Pilot who went to some staff command near Barbers Point. I was also in VP-30 from 1971 to 1975. I retired off the Big John CV 67 as the LCPO of G-3 Bomb and Missile Division after 1983 Med-Cruise off the coast of Beriut..." [05JAN98]

REED, Larry lcreed@pacbell.net "...I served with VP-28 Crew 6 Jez from April 1966 through August 1967. I would like to locate the crew during that period of time. F.E.: Dave Hughs, Julie: Richard Rude, Radar/Mad: Toni Land, Radio: Glen Graham, TACCO: Rob Cordrey works at Lockheed/Sunnyvale also (we talk often), Pilots: LCDR Lewis and Lt.Reese, and Lt. Tryon no longer alive. Any other crew members missed. ORD.?, Mech.? Any other VP-28'ers from late 1965 to late 1967 and Crew 4 (1966) can also contact me. I was also in AEWBarRonPac as an ATW (scope dope) prior to VP-28..." [03JUN2000]

REED, PR2 Melvin L. melreed@paladintrucking.com "...I was in the Navy from 1/23/52 until 1/20/56. I served with VJ-62 from 5/14/52 until 9/15/54. Our aircraft was an AJ2P. Our Commanding Officer was J. Kennedy, Jr. (also LT J.W. Olson), Executive Officer was F.F. Favreau and Division Officer was LT(jg) Rohrer. I was transferred to VC-5 on 9/15/54 and was released from active duty on 1/20/56. While in VC-5 our Commanding Officer was Irving Peters (also, Commander J.S. Stafford, LT Grover and LT Garreau)..." [17JAN2009]

REED, ATC P. A. Retired par@psyber.com "...VP-28 First Radio in CF-7, 53-54, Left the plane in a snowbank at Shema, anybody from that era I would appreciate a call..." [27FEB98]

REED, LT(jg) Paul F. puffer112@comcast.net "...I served with VH-6 (Pilot) in 1945..." [23MAR2009]

REED, PH1(AC) Richard (Stooftracker) Retired Stooftracker@aol.com "...I reported to VS-28 on board the USS Wasp (CVS-18) in 1960 and though I was a photo aircrewman. I qualified as ASW 1st crewman in S2F A/C flew many missions in ASW Crew seats. This included the Cuban Blockade and one NATO good will cruise. Also the standard ASW training hops. I was the VS-28 assigned Photographer TAD to ship's photo lab at sea and TAD NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Photo Lab in port. Like to hear from any Shipmates that flew with me or pulled duty with me in the photo labs. Our sister squadron on board was VS-31..." [03FEB2002]

REED, Richard rjmkreed@webtv.net "...I served with VP-8 from 1967 to 1969. Two deployments to NAS Bermuda, two swing boards in Puerto Rico, one couple of weeks trip to the Aczores in 68. Just wanted to know if any one out there servsd at the same time. In reading some of the comments in the guest book every one refers to the air base in NAS Bermuda, when I was there it was still Kindley AirForse Base. Hope to see some comments in the guest book from some guys who was with VP-8 around the same time..." [20DEC98]

REED, Richard O. "Dick" roslreed@earthlink.net "...I served with VP-11 from March 1958 to November 1961 with deployments to NS Rota, Spain (1958) and NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1960), VT-29 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas from November 1961 to December 1964, VP-23 from May 1965 to July 1967 with deployments to NAS Key West, Florida (1965) and NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1966) and NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts from July 1967 to August 1968, NAS Minneapolis, Minnesota (Reservist) from 1968 to 1969, NAS Sand Point, Seattle, Washington / NAS Whidbey Island, Washington (Reservist) from 1969 to 1970 and VP-92 at NAS South Weymouth, Massachusetts (Reservist) from 1970 to 1971. Member of the VP-11 Neptune Association from 1985 to present. I worked for Northwest Airlines from 1968 to retirement in 1995 and now living in Rye Beach, NH / Satellite Beach, FL..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 10SEP2009 | 18MAY99]

REED, ADR3 Ron rreed@rcvideo.com "...I served with VP-8 from 1962 to 1965 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. We deployed to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and to NAS Bermuda. Lost plane and Crew of 15 on one of the first P-3s we got worked on. If you read this please contact me..." [01APR2001]

REED, Tim MCREED@WCTC.NET "...I was stationed with VP-26 for 11 years (3 tours) ranging from 1978-1994 (AW SS-3). I had a great time and made a lot of friends. Wouldn't trade it for anything. AW1 Jim Blackwell (Retired), if you see this...drop me a line..." [18FEB2000]

REED, Torrin C. reedt509@sbcglobal.net "...I was in VP-50 from Jan. 84 to Dec. 86. and then in VP-31 as an IFT instructor from Jan.87 to Jan.90. ( NAS Moffett Field, California) I then served 2 years in Reserve VP-67, NAS Memphis, Tennessee. Seeking any word from old Shipmates. Currently serving in the Air Force Reserves at McConnell, AFB, Kansas. I wear my wings proudly on my BDUs..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 25FEB2007 | E-Mail Updated 16FEB2001 | E-Mail Updated 20NOV98 | 05JAN98]

REED, AWC Troy E. (Search Power) Retired vp17cr2ss1@cox.net "...AW rate "Plank Owner" (AMS2 to AW2) ... flew S-2E Trackers in VS-24 (66-70) from USS Randolph (CVS-15) and USS Yorktown (CVS-10).... VX-1 YS2-G Opevals (70-73) at Key West and USS Intrepid (CVS-11) .... flew P-3B from NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with VP-17 "White Lightenings" Crew 2's SS1 for two tours (74-78) & (81-84), CPW-2 (78-81)..." [E-Mail Updated 15AUG2005 | BIO/E-Mail Updated 09JAN2005 | 04FEB2002]

REED, William (Bill) P. wpbillreed@att.net "...I joined the Navy in July 1958, went to boot camp at Great Lakes, IL. I served with FAW-5 from September 1958 to October 1960 and VP-7 NAS Brunswick, Maine from November 1960 to June 1962. We moved to NAS Jacksonville, Florida in August 1961. Deployed to NS Roosevelt Roads, PR and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Released from active in June 1962. Worked for Goodrich Rubber Company located at Institute, WV from 1962 until 1965, worked at several other companies until March 1966 and then was hired by Union Carbide and work for them until retirement in 1995 at the age of 55. Now 65 years of age and working with a Real Estate Agency selling properties in and around the Kanawha and Putnam County areas of West Virginia. Looking to hear from any of my Shipmates that might have been at either one of the duty stations that I might have shared with them. Good Luck to all and God Bless..." [26JUL2004]

REEDER, AMHC(AW/NAC) James "Bo" Retired bo_reeder@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-91 from Nov.'93 until Decommissioning in '99. Glad to see so many familiar names at this site. It does my heart good to see you're all still around. I'm working as a Quality Engineer at Pratt & Whitney Space Propulsion along with soon to be retired ADC Mike Ward. I'd love to hear from any of my old squadronmates...I was in VS-30 from July 1977-Nov 1980. I would love hear from any of my old Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 21SEP2000 | 21SEP2000]

REEDY, ADR3 Enrico ereedy@austin.rr.com "...I served with VU-3 (11/1961-11/1962) and VT-28. I joined VU-3 right out of boot camp in November 1961. Squadron had just moved from NAAS Brown Field, Chula Vista. After doing mess duty for 3 months, I was assigned to targets working on KDB-1 drones. Had a 4 cylinder Mcculloch 2 cycle 0-80cc engine. We also flew the beech 6 cylinder drone at Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center California. Target practice for their Hawk missiles. This drone had a turbo charger and could go upwards of 35k feet. VU-3 maintained a crew aboard two drone flying ships in NAS North Island, San Diego, California. USS Kalmia (ATA-184) and USS Targeteer (YV-3) provided drone services for ships in the San Diego Long Beach area. Worked on the drones on these two ships for about 3 months in 1963. While working on the Kalmia in 1963, we had a drone that flew a record 120 minutes. Had a fouled plug. Normal flight time was about 80 minutes. Made the McCulloch Company publication in Los Angeles. At that time, the DASH platform was being tested at San Clemente. I signed up as a 2 year reservist. Made 3rd class (ADR-3) in 18 months and extended for an additional year. Made two short cruises supporting drone services to ships going WestPac (USS Los Angeles (CA-135) (10/1962). After a week in Yokosuka, jumped on the next ship going back. We never flew going back, took the northern route. Everybody wanted to get home. Rode a typhoon for a week Uss Topeka (CLG-8). Just played pinochle. Second cruise (10/1963) flew drones from the USS Walke (DD-723). Love that tin can Navy. No uniform of the day at 1600, just played guitars and sang. on the starboard side. Still remember Bosun Mate Stone from the Walke. All great shipmates. We were airdales, but they treated us like shipís company. Returned on the USS Hancock (CV-19) Ended up in VT-28 pulling checks on STFs at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in February 1964. Got discharged in August 1964 Should have stayed in, but family issues at home dictated that I get out and help. Hindsight is 20/20. Was eligible to take the ADR2 exam. OH well. Remember all Shipmates fondly. LT(jg) Martin and LT(jg) Parkerson, Joe Dagy, GW Riley, Danny Suan, Tom Costa, Rodney Campbell, Ernie Brocoto, Ad Reid, Jerry Tom, Freddie Carr, John Serena (RIP) and Arnie Schabert (boot camp buddy (1961 Company 419) Just to name a few. I remembered the cold mid watches on the line. Looking for an Anchor Yearbook 1961 Company 419. Can tell sea stories with the best of them. LOL To all have a safe and blessed Holiday Season..." [15DEC2019]

REEKIE, AT2 Joseph k2kyq@arrl.net "...I served in the Naval Reserves from 1954 to 1962 and with VR-934 from 1957 to 1962 (Radio Operator aboard the R5D)..." [12MAY2011]

REEP, Michael Retired m.reep@live.com "...I served with VP-17 (1989-1991) as LPO in Powerplants and retired in 1994. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [17NOV2011]

REES, Jeff lcdrrees@yahoo.com "...I served (flew the P-3) with VP-56, VP-45, VP-30, VP-8 and VT-27 (T-34 Instructor Pilot and as an A-Strike aboard USS Abraham Lincoln). I left active duty in 2000 for the airlines but was recalled 4 times after 9-11 serving at NORAD, HQ USSOUTHCOM and 4th Fleet. I retired from the Reserves in 2007..." [21JUN2012]

REES, Jennifer JEREES@prodigy.net "...I served with VP-4 from Feb 94 to Mar 97. I would love to hear from anyone who served with me...I am now at the Naval Aviation Schools Command/Water Survival Department studying to be an instructor. I would love to hear from any one who has served with me. Take care and Mahalo to all those who made it fun. I love all of you (you know who you are)..." [BIO Updated 08JAN99 | 28DEC97]

REES, Rick A. rickrar@aol.com "...Hi Shipmates! I served with several commands in the good old USN. Started out with VC-3 (1973), VF-124 Gunfighters & VF-2 Bounty Hunters (1974-1975), VP-31 (FE School in 1975), VP-56 (1976-1981), VP-30 (1982-1986), VP-5 (1986-1990), NAMO NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (1990-1994), and finally HSL-42 Proud Warriors Mayport (1994-1998). Retired as an ADCS from HSL-42 in August 1998. I currently work for a contractor at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland (ACS Government Solutions Group Inc) doing computer work. My P-3 days in the Navy were some of the best times of my life. Will always have fond memories of the good times, not the bad ones! Would love to hear from any old Shipmates from those days. Aloha!..." [06FEB99]

REESE, CDR John Retired jjreese65@gmail.com "...I served with VP-23 (1990-1993) as a NFO..." [15DEC2019]

REESE, ATN3 Thomas L. treese1026@aol.com "...I served aboard NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (Secret Project POTLID) from 1963 to 1967. I am proud to have worked on the OP2E and the project for VO-67 which flew sensor missions over the Ho Chi Minh trail (ran from the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam) to the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) through the neighboring kingdoms of Laos and Cambodia). I am very sad to hear of the loss of many crew members in the Vietnam arena. I now live 2 air-miles from the former NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania, aka Ann's Choice retirement center, and look forward to hearing from Shipmates..." [10NOV2009]

REESKE, AE2 Jeff reeske@sbcglobal.net "...I was an AE2 with VP-1 from 1973 to 1976. I made deployments to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and NS Subic Bay, Philippines; spent time with the Detachments at U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand and NSF Diego Garcia..." [E-Mail Updated 30AUG2005 | 16JAN99]

REEVES, AD1 Dale Retired p3fe1@ieee.org areeves@computer.org areev001@odu.edu "...VP-48 1982-1985, PMTC NAS Point Mugu, California Range aircrew 1985-1988, VP-19 1988-1991, RTC Great Lakes Company Commander 1991-1994, VP-46 1994-1997. Presently attend Old Dominion University, Norlfolk Va. Computer Engineering..." [08FEB99]

REEVES, George R. uhu@whidbey.net "...March 6, 1969 VP-31 RP-07 P-3B Bureau Number 152765 crashed at NAS Lemoore, California. I was also scheduled to be on that flight. As I recall, I reported to the duty office to pick up my box lunch about 0430 and was told that instead of a "RADIO/OBSERVER" FAM, the flight was rescheduled for a "Pilot Trainer". We, about 7 or 8 of us (can't remember the number for sure), had been bumped from that flight to attend a GSE class. Upon returning to the classroom (about 10:00 a.m.) from a smoke break, the instrutor said "you all were supposed to be on RP7, weren't you? It just crashed - every one was killed". I believe, again not really sure, that Dwane Yoder (went to VP-40 "Radio Operator") was also origianlly schedule to be on that FAM flight. I went on to VP-19. I served with Crew 7, Crew 2, and Crew 1 and deployed NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Iwakuni, Japan, and NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. Also served with VAQ-129 and VP-69. Visit my website (http://www2.whidbey.net/urraca/) if you think you remember me. I really do like hearing from Shipmates. Any one remember Steve SMALLEY VP-22? I witnessed the following P-3 Mishaps: VP-45 NAS Adak, Alaska - Ground looped (pitch locked/smoke remove hatch blew open on roll out. SOP to pop the PL circuit breakers because of the cold. They had a flag sticking out the smoke removal hatch the previous day. Must have forgotten to secure it; VP-19 NAS Iwakuni, Japan - Nose gear colapsed on landing (both nose tires blew on a night take off) The crew had to wait for daylight to confirm that both tires blew. CO suggested that the crew bail out before doing a foam landing. The crew's COMMENTS "*7#@^%" could be heard on the maintenance control radio in the back ground. They did eat all of their "unprepareds" (breakfast/lunch/dinner and most likely all the PBJ) while burning off fuel; and VP-6 NAS Cubi Point, Philippines "DITCH" (AT2 Carver and I were standing at the top a P-3 boarding ladder) watched them make the turn to Grandy Island. Saw them impact the water. Couldn't believe that there were survivors. I got to fly with CDR Montgomery when he was a reserve with VP-69. He got us through a pretty spiffy storm near Midway one night..." Personal Website: http://www2.whidbey.net/urraca/ [18OCT2001]

REEVES, Glen (Butch) reeves12345678@hotmail.com "...My father was in VP-17 from 1960-63 and would like to rehash with any one who he knew or knew him. His name is Glen (butch) Reeves. Specific crew members were LT Jim Barber, LT(jg) Jim Shery and other whos names are forgotten..." [15MAY2005]

REEVES, John V. r_reeves3@yahoo.com "...I served with FASRON-117 from 1952 to 1955 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I would be interested in communicating with any past Shipmates..." [30OCT2003]

REEVES, Joseph S. josephreeves@ymail.com "...I was a NATS/MATS Pilot (1947-1961) and retired in 1967. I was on the Berlin Airlift with VR-8. I flew R5Ds, R6Ds and R7Vs. I spent 23 years on active duty as a USNR..." [30APR2012]

REEVES, Randy cr_reeves@hotmail.com "...I served with VQ-1 from 1972-1975. I flew in Super Connies and EP-3s. I was on Crew 33 with Doug Bundren. I was on the last plane out of Danang. What a party that was! My other radioman on crew 33 was Jim Maggenheimer (Magget). I would like to hear from old Shipmates. I also was in NAS Cubi Point, Philippines when Tim Lincoln was shot. SUPER CONNIES FOREVER!..." [21DEC2001]

REGIS, Mark markrg@prodigy.net "...I served at NAS Adak, Alaska from 1982 to 1984. I worked at Ground Electronics Maintenance (GEM). I repaired and maintained the ILS (instrument landing system). The TACAN, the ASR-8 air search radar, the NDB beacon, and the ground to air VHF and UHF transmiters and receivers, as the IFF and precision approach radars. I am glad to here from any people who may have served with me, and say that my service in NAS Adak, Alaska was some of the best years of my life..." [E-Mail Updated 18NOV2003 | E-Mail Updated 27DEC2001 | 10NOV98]

REGISTER, LT Jim c/o David Register david.a.register@saic.com "...I'm trying to find anyone who remembers serving with my father, LT Jim Register. He was assigned to the USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13) during the Korean War. Please email me if you remember him. Thanks..." [22JUL2004]

REGNERUS, Lester A. henke@ffni.com "...Proud to have served in VO-67 ATRAN b513838..." [20DEC97]

REHFELDT, OSC Mike mikerehfeldt@military.com "...Am a fish out of water OSC that served with TSC-0472 (96-00), and didn't want to see AW1 Schreiber as the only log entry for TSC-0472. Was never assigned to a squadron, however, am proud to have known and served with many good people from (former) NAS Glenview, Illinois, VP-60 and VP-90. Have also worked at ASWOC/TSC NAS Brunswick, Maine, and with staff and squadrons at ASWOC/TSC NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR, as well as the MOCC Det crew from NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania in Panama. Additionally, served with the CTF-67 P-3 Imagery Det (on the ground) for any of you flying missions over Bosnia and Kosovo in 99. Am currently at NARCEN Chicago (NTC Great Lakes), and am looking forward to the development of the NAS Glenview, Illinois Hanger One as an aviation museum. Fair (tail)winds, and following seas..." [24MAR2001]

REIBER, John A. JARWANA@AOL.COM "...I was an AZ-3 With VP-45 in 1967-1969 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Someone help me here...I believe it was Christmas of 1968 and a (I think I am correct) LCDR "Bro" Heinkel (name spell?) flew some squad members home for Christmas. We had just returned from NAS Bermuda and I was ready to get to my home in Marietta, GA. "Bro" said hop on board I need some flight time. We flew to Patterson AFB first to drop off some crew members and when we lined up to take off again an Air Force C-130 was showing off for us NAVY Boys and did a High Power Takeoff. Well, this set LCDR Heinkel off and of course everyone knows a C-130 has Allison T-56 power just like a P-3. Well not just like of course a C-130 does not have big paddles. Well anyway we rolled down the runway untill I thought we were going to run out of runway and ole "Bro" steady hollering "HANG ON REIBER,WE ARE GOING TO SHOW THE AIR FORCE WHAT A HIGH POWER TAKE OFF LOOKS LIKE". Well, from my seat (A jump seat right behind the left seat) when the right side guy finally hollered "ROTATE" all I could see was black smoke and the runway going away like we were going straignt up. Oh my Lord, what an experience..." [04MAY2000]

REICHENBACH, Carl carl_reichenbach@hotmail.com "...I was an AW from 1985-1994. Served with VP-47 (86-90), VP-30 (90-94). Currently an NCC at Cecil Field, Florida..." [29AUG98]

REID, Billy R billydrill@hotmail.com "...I was in VP-40 from 1974 to 1978. I was an ADJ at first, but switched to an AK the last year of my tour. I would like to here from any of my Shipmates..." [03APR99]

REID, AMM2 Charles E. edreid4@juno.com "...I was stationed at MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii from 1943-1945 as AMM2c. I returned to Hawaii recently and visited MCAS/NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii and was suprised by the buildings and changes that had taken place over the 57 years since I was there. Although the barracks we were in is still there they have been completely revamped but still reconizable. I was attached to FAW-2 Headquarters. We worked on PBY's, PB2Y's, PBM's, and the Ventura PV-2. Any other plane that happened our way. Most of the engines were similar or of the same manufacture. I have had contact with only one person that was stationed there at that time that I knew..." [27MAY2002]

REID, Chip mecchip@comcast.net "...I was in VP-62 from '74 to '78. Then on to VP-90 from '78 to '82. Then did tours at NAS New Orleans, Louisiana and NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Retired in Nov. 1990..." [BIO Updated 01FEB2011 | 01NOV2005]

REID, AW Charles Dana dana.reid@itt.com "...I was an AW with VS-28 from 1974 to 1978. I am fortunate to have a line on many of the other AW's in our squadron at that time. These guys include Dan Gagnon, Dan Happel, Jim Demello, Skip Lawrence, Mike Annegan. We would love to hear from the other AW's or any VS-28 member who knew us. Any information on the whereabouts of the following guys (all AW's) would be greatly appreciated. Tom Eichman, Mark Hokenson, Steven Rocks, Terry Simon, Clyde Coburn, Jim Kanicki, Bill Clink (VP), Terry Barnes (VP) Larry Walker, and Bill Renke..." [E-Mail Updated 07SEP2007 | 21AUG2002]

REID, AT2 Edwin O. Shipmate PixCirca 1956 edwinreid754@gmail.com "...I served with VP-34 (1949-11/1952) at NAS Norfolk, Virginia and finally NAS Trinidad, British West Indies just after the start of the Korean War. I worked in Electronics and flew as Radar Operator on PBM. My Division Chief was Warren and other names that pop up included Robby Robinson, Stewart, Donovan, Shultz, Lopez, Cornet, Byrd, Myrtle, Red and Martinez. Poker and wisk games, Dirty Jim's Swizel Club, Caracus Beach, operations in NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jamacca, NAS Bermuda, Gander NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Jacksonville, Florida trips, 9 hole golf course, base ball, unloading ammo ship, clear water, old Sub piers, and afternoon rain storms. Would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 20MAY2020 | PIX Updated 30SEP2006 | 24SEP2006]

REID, Robert B. rbreid2@cox.net "...I served as a pilot with VP-24 (1967-1972) with two deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 18JAN2017 | 16AUG99]

REID, AW2 Stan stanr@county.org "...I was an AW2 in VP-23 from January 1974 to June 1977. I would like to find my old Shipmates. I was just about always on Crew 1 or Crew 2. Brad McDevitt was my Sensor 1 until I became a Sensor 1 with my own crew and got Forrest Powers as my Sensor 2. I was also in VP-94 from 1978 to 1980 as an AW2. I returned as LTJG Reid, Air Intelligence Officer, "B" Wing, from 1981 to 1983. I certainly would like to hear from those crazy *&#)*s...I wanted to update my VP-23 entry to let my old runnin' mates know that the old AW2 Reid that they once knew has been selected for promotion to Captain in the Naval Reserve. They'll let anyone be a Captain, eh? Would really like to locate Chief Joe Urban and hear from all my old Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 10JUL2000 | 00xxx97]

REIGHTLER, CDR Kenneth S. Jr. http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/shuttle/missions/sts-48/sts-48-press-kit.txt "...SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION - STS-48 PRESS KIT - SEPTEMBER 1991 - STS-48 CREW BIOGRAPHIES - Kenneth S. Reightler, Jr., 40, Cmdr., USN, will serve as pilot. Selected as an astronaut in June 1987, Reightler considers Virginia Beach, Va., his hometown and will be making his first space flight. He graduated from Bayside High School in Virginia Beach in 1969; received a bachelor of science in aerospace engineering from the Naval Academy in 1973; and received a masters of science in aeronautical engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School and a masters in systems management from the University of Southern California in 1984. Reightler was designated a naval aviator at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, in 1973, and then served as Mission Commander and Patrol Plane Commander to VP-16 NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Reightler graduated from the Naval Test Pilot School in 1978, and he served as a senior airborne systems instructor pilot and later as a chief flight instructor there until his selection by NASA..." [18APR2004]

REIGHTLER, Kenneth S. Sr. shangmem@exis.net "...Flew in PBM's at NASNI 1946. I have flown in many VP aircraft in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland Projects and P2V-3/4's in Heavy Attack. I had orders to VP-49 in NAS Bermuda 1954 from B School but old CO had them changed back to Heavy Attack--Damn! I was also in VW-15/VW-4 and wished they had P2's. Was envious of those VP'ers at NAS Brunswick, Maine(except for winters)..." [03MAY2002]

REIGLE, AX2 Jim jimreigle@verizon.net "..Duty Stations: USS Kearsarge, HS-6, USS Randolph, VS-27, VP-30.." [E-Mail Updated 02APR2005]

REILLY, Michael J MDREILLY@worldnet.att.net "...I served with VC-8 from 1967-1969. I was a 3rd class AE with the flight crew, flew P2V'S 67-68, moved to Helio's in 68 stayed there until i went to VF-13 in Jan 69. Had a great time with VC-8. Now living in Yulee Fl, have been working for the Anheuser Busch Jax's Brewery for 25 years..." [12SEP99]

REILLY, David Russell c/o His Son Dave Reilly Reilly_dave@hotmail.com or Dave_Reilly@nps.gov "...I believe my father, David Russell Reilly, was in VP-73. He was a RM and I think he made RMC sometime in 1944-1945. He died in 1981...What I can remember him telling me is about being at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Reykjavik and NAS Port Lyautey, French Morocco. He was involved in two crashes, one at sea and one because of striking a hangar either in Iceland or England...He also told me about an article in either Look or Life about "the Captain's Pants" which dealt with a U-Boat. He even had the article but it's long since lost...If I have rekindled any memories or if you have give me any additional information, please contact me..." [08JUL99]

REILLY, Dennis Plumber869@aol.com "...Greetings to all 9ers. Would enjoy hearing from VP-9 vets (`66-`69)..." [23SEP98]

REIN, Albert ajr@frontiernet.net "...I was with VP-8 from '90 to '94 on CAC-9 "Bad Moon Rising" '90-'91, "Tango's Boys Rock Hard and Ready" in '92, and "No Sharkin" in '94..."

REINHARDT, LCDR Richard "Dick" Retired rr2mohawk@bendbroadband.com "...Served with VP-47, FASRON-110, VP-731, and VP-48 between 1949 and 1948 as an AL & later AT. Left VP-48 at NAS Iwakuni, Japan for OCS in the Spring of 1958 as an AT1. Later served as a "Black Shoe" in DD's, Cruiser's etc. Currently in Bend Or. Would like to swap a "sea story" or two with any old Shipmates so inclined!..." [E-Mail Updated 30JAN2006 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 20FEB2002 | 30SEP97]

REINHARDT, Jerry Jerry8@Juno.com "...VP-4 was my first squadron in the Navy. We flew P2v-5F's with 20mm turrets in the nose and tail. We were the "mining" squadron for the Pacific. We were permanently deployed to Naha, Okinawa in 1956, and flew continuous patrols of the Taiwan straits, until way after I left, which was in Nov. 1957. I was the pilot of the P2V that collected 5 Marine AD's, during a typhoon in the Fall of 1957. I have seen photographs of that mess in several magazines. I think that I am the only VP pilot in the Navy with 5 Marine AD's to my credit. The P2V was an excellent airplane. It took muscle to haul it around, but if you took care of it, it always brought you home..." [21DEC98]

REINIG, Duane J. dlreinig@iowatelacom.net "...I served with VP-19 from 1968 to 1971 with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Iwakuni, Japan and VT-26 from 1971 to 1972. I am currently farming in southwest Iowa..." [E-Mail Updated 26MAR2011 | 09FEB2002]

REISMAN, Doc doc7778@hotmail.com "...I served at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines from 1987 to 1991 in the Jet Shop AIMD..." [22OCT2006]

REISS, Eugene O. C/O Jonathan Lubecky jmlubecky@gmail.com "...My father in law, Eugene O. Reiss, served with VP-24 1950-1954 (dates approximate). Unfortunately he had a stroke 2 months ago. He is going downhill fast, but is hanging on for now. He wears a Navy hat with a VP-24 pin and his wings on it everywhere he goes. It sucks they wonít let him have it in the hospital. If you served with him - please let me know and I will make sure he gets your e-mail. Thanks..." [03SEP2019]

REITBERGER, Fred horsey@earthlink.net "...Was an AT1 in VP-34 from Oct 54 stationed in Trinidad BWI till the squadron was transferred to NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone and there till decommissioning in 56. Still remember Shipmates lost on 10 boat crash int the seawall. Was undoubtedly the hilight of my 10 year navy career. Would like to hear from anyone that shared my memories..." [E-Mail Updated 02SEP2001 | 24JUN98]

REITZ, George Reitz_G@mediasoft.net "...I was acrew member in Seaplane patrol squadron VP-49 out of Bermuda 1956-1958. I would like to hear from anyone that was in this fine Squadron at that time...."

RELAN, IS2 Jody relimage@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-5 (1973-1977) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Roommates were Jim Twig, Jim Bates and Jim Monk. Iím retiring and moving to the Florida panhandle (Destin)..." [30JUL2019]

RELYEA, ATR2 David B. daverelyea@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-47 from July 1957 to September 1959 as an ATR-2 on Crew-6 (ECM/Radio Operator). RD-6 PBM-2 BUNO: 135520 was a great boat. We flew many missions out of NAS Iwakuni, Japan and where once intercepted by two MIG-17s near Valadivostock, Russia. We were outbound after a JATO take off from NS Sangley Point, Philippines and lost the port engine about 700 ft above Corregidor at the mouth of Manila Bay. We made a very quick and hard landing - our pilots were well trained! These two episodes happened within 3 months and we started getting nervous. We got a trip to Hong Kong! I enjoyed the Navy-what an experience..." [16AUG2009]

RELYEA, Rich Rxrelyea@aol.com "...I was an AW2 Acoustic Operator (SS1) in VP-48 (1979 - 1981)..." [03OCT2000]

REMINGTON, AX2 Garry R. gremington.1@gmail.com "...I served with VP-9 (09/1963-06/1966) at NAS Alameda, California / NAS Moffett Field, California with deployments to NS Sangley Point, Philippines / NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan. I flew Radar/Jez/MAD on Crew-5 and was aboard PD5 when we crashed at NS Sangley Point, Philippines, April 7, 1965 and lost our fellow crewman, Francisco "Frank" Vega. I still mourn for him and all of Crew-7 which was lost in December of 1964. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [07DEC2013]

RENFELD, AFCM Gordon N. Retired sdrenfeld@hughes.net "...I served aboard NAAS Barin Field, Pensacola, Florida (until it was decomissioned), ZTG (1959-1961) at NAS Glynco, Georgia. I become aircrew on the 4K and was in training on the 5K's when word came out that ZTG would be disestablished. I remember LCDR J. R. Hill (Pilot) and a enlisted pilot who was a AC1. I retired as AFCM after 22 1/2 years..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 04DEC2010 | 02FEB2006]

RENFRO, Andrew L. II andrewrenfro@hotmail.com "...I served aboard NAS Jacksonville, Florida with HS-9, HS-7 and on the Nimtiz in the ASW Module..." [21JAN2009]

RENDER, Dana M. dr31@msn.com "...My first duty station was VP-31 where I attended school. I left there and was stationed at VP-50 from June 1987 to November 1991. I made deployments to NSF Diego Garcia, NAS Misawa, Japan (that deployment was very hard on all of us who attended) and the Phillipines. I never realized how much being stationed in VP-50 meant to me until I left. While in VP-50 I crossed over to SN and struck SK that was a big mistake VP Navy is the best. I would love to find a friend Venus Addison she was in VP-50 then left to attend A school I believe it was AG school. Any one who may know of her where abouts or know of a friend who knows her please give her my email address. I was truely devasted when I heard about my fellow Shipmates and the tragedy they suffered. My blessing went out to the families then and they still go out now..." [01DEC2000]

RENDINA, AW Charles charles@rendinalawfirm.com "...I served with VP-2 followed by VP-50 from 1970 and 1971. I joined the squadron in NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan and did a deployment to NS Sangley Point, Philippines. I was an AW and would love to catch up with any of my old Shipmates (especially those that owe me money)..." [E-Mail Updated 15SEP2006 | 12AUG98]

RENFELD, AFCM Gordon Retired "...I served with ZTG (1959-1961) at NAS Glynco, Georgia flying as a crewmember aboard ZSG-4K and ZSG-5K. The only pilot I remember are LCDR J. R. Hill and a enlisted pilot who was a AC1..." [04DEC2010]

RENFORTH, YNC Howard F. Retired Hrenforth@aol.com "...As a YN1, I served in VP-5, NAS Jacksonville, Florida from late in 1957, during a NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada deployment and return. I was rotated to shore duty early due to a shortage of Navy Recruiters during that period. Our squadron was deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, then split and half went to NAS Sigonella, Sicily. I remained with Administration at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. CDR John Crowe, USN, A.C. CASON, XO. Don Dunklee, Admin, and drove #12. John Rosa was the Leading CPO and what a leader he was. He set a great example for us later CPO's and I learned much from him about leadership and how to be a CPO. Flew with Admin Off on several flights. Frobisher Bay, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, up the Fjord to drop newspapers and magazines to the AEW watchers, Looked for Ice Bergs, and visited Goose Bay on Cumshaw trips. Really hated to leave when ordered out early. I cherish memories of my squadron mates in VP-5. A great part of my career. I came to VP-5 from USS WASP(CVS-18)..." [14OCT99]

RENFROE, LT Daniel F. renfroed@home.com "...VP-31 Sep 1960-Jan 1961 P-2V-5F flight training at NAS North Island, San Diego, California. VP-46 Jan 1961-Feb 1964. P5M-1, P5M-2, P-2V-5F & P-2V-7 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California & Johnston Island. P-3A at NAS Moffett Field, California. Retired United Airline Captain & NASA researcher...." [E-Mail Updated 27MAR2001 | 21MAY98]

RENFROE, AT1 Thomas W. trenfroe191@att.net "...I served with VQ-2 (1972-1975 and 1978-1979)..." [10MAY2013]

RENGERT, AW2 Chris chris@rengerts.com "...I served aboard NADC (Warminister) Johnsville, Pennsylvania (1992-1994) P-3 Variants and VP-40 (1988-1992) BT SS-1, Tactics, NATOPS and NAWCADWAR..." [02JAN2012]

RENGSTORF, Henry h_rengstorf@hotmail.com "...I served with VR-21 NAS Atsugi, Japan from 1961 to 1962. Anyone remember me? D. L. Smith, D. L. G. Smith?..." [13MAY2004]

RENKE, Billy D. billyrenke@webtv.net "...I joined VP-48 in April of 1964 and left in October of 1971. Those were the best years of my 21.5 I am waiting for October to get here so I can once again have a beer and talk about life as it was. You guys were super, believe me..." [07JAN2000]

RENNEKE, Ryan renn75@hotmail.com "...I was with VP-91 at NAS Moffett Field, California from 1996 to 1999. Looking for Shipmates Dirk Holmgren and Preston Olsen..." [02FEB2006]

RENNELS, John R. johnor@intense.net "...I served in VX-4 as an AT2 in 1947-1948. Would like to hear from anyone serving in the same time period..." [31JAN98]

RENNER, Mehl B. mbrenner@bellsouth.net or mbrenner@netscape.com "...I joined VP-84 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island just when they returned from Iceland and remained with the squadron until it was disbanded in August of 1945. We worked at convoy escort out of NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island until ordered to Panama. Flew out of Colombia, Jamaica, Galapagos, Nicaragua, then back to NAS Alameda, California where we were put to work ferrying new PBY6A's out to squadrons in the Pacific. Would like to contact any squadron-mates..."

RENNER, AB3 Tom tlr4872000@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1957 through 1958 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida. We deployed NAS Keflavik, Iceland in late 1957 or early 1958. I would like to hear from any former Shipmates. One name comes to mind by the last name Whaley (not sure of the spelling). I have picture him and myself in the quarters NAS Keflavik, Iceland. If you can be of assistance I woud be grateful..." [27FEB2002]

RENNINGER, Harold haroldrenninger@gmail.com "...I was stationed at NAS Keflavik, Iceland in the mid 50's with the USAF. I volunteered to fly as an observer on P2V Neptune A/C belonging I think to FASRON 12 out of NAS Jacksonville, Florida. That was the most fun I had in Iceland. I flew many missons on those aircraft. I remember a flight engineer they called Red..." [E-Mail Updated 03APR2017 | 04APR99]

RENTFROW, Harlan genrl1861@aol.com "...Did two tours in VP-4 (1958-1960 & 1962-1964). Transferred to east coast one month before squadron left Okinawa. Trying to locate Stanley Kieth, who did two tours at about the same times. We were both AT1's in '64. Saw him last at FAETUPAC, NAS Moffett Field, California in '70/'71. I came back to west coast in '69 to USS Kearsarge in Gulf of Tonkin until it was decommissioned six months later then to NAS Moffett Field, California as TSC supervisor with COMFAIRWINGS. Came back east in '71 and retired from USS Kennedy in '75 as AWCM. Seemed like could never get away from carriers. Would love to hear from any old VP/ASCAC/TSC Shipmates..." [21MAR98]

RENTSCH, Alvin William c/o His Grandson Tim Steiner timsteiner@alltel.net "...Served with VP-72 from September 1942 - May 1943..." [28SEP2002]

RESCORLA, Walter "Skip" WRescorla1@aol.com "...Served with VP-5 in '71-'72, deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily during that time & remember the "formation flight" up to Naples for some admiral's retirement. Caused a bit of a flap. Also remember the Brit's temporary stay in NAS Sigonella, Sicily after they were expelled from Malta. They carried their crew sailboat in their bomb bay..." [17APR99]

RESENDEZ, Lee iiproud@hotmail.com "...I served in VP-1 from 91-94, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. I just got together with AD1 Delgado (holy *&%$) and AME2 Keiser (used to be a PR.) I wanted to say what's up to all the crew. Rene, Ralph, Chris, Felipe, Romero, Mark, Cisco, Deme, Paul (and i'm driven!) and anyone else I forgot but drank some serious beer with. I had some great memories. I hope the Navy has been good to all that are still in!..." [07AUG2001]

RESETAR, Richard Rich068@AOL.Com "...I was in VP-45, stationed in Bermuda from late 47 to early 1950. I think we moved to Norfolk in early 50. I would like to know if there are other people like me looking for former members of this squadron..." [03MAR2000]

RESPONDEK, Nick nicker61@yahoo.com "...looking for buddies. I was in VP-6 from 85 to 89 as an AO on crews 5 and 11..." [21FEB2000]

REUS, Curt G. strickly_gi@hotmail.com "...I served in VQ-2 from June 90- Dec 92 (there was that legal hold business). Worked in Airframes BRIEFLY (too many arrogant....). Next proceeded to Corrosion shop. Would like to hear from Pam Kuniecki, John Wambold, Tom Scott, Shawn Minitre etc.. or anyone I worked with or remembers me. Hated NS Rota, Spain at 1st, but that soon changed. I'm still on active duty in the tailhook Navy (16yr in June). (Tours in VF-41, VF-2, NWTS Point Mugu, California and VFA-27). I proudest of my "Whale" Days. The crews weren't afraid to work and NEVER called those in Maint. "Ground pounders" like the P-3 types. I remember also the last FLEET "WHALE" DET (Souda). The Whales and community were great(the Front Enders were always "buying" at Pauls). The A-3 retirement was a great sad memory. Whales Forever!..." [31AUG2001]

REVAK, George REVAIRE@WEBTV.COM "...I was a pilot with VPB-74 at NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone, NAF Galapagos, Seymour Island, Ecuador, and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I would enjoy hearing from some of my old buddies..." [23JUN2002]

REVIELLO, AM3 Albert areviello@aol.com "...I was a member of VC-22 later redesignated VS-22. I served as an AM3 from 1948 until 1952. We had PBM's and later on was the 2nd Squadron to get the AF Guardian. We served aboard the Mindora, Sicily all CVE's..." [E-Mail Updated 22JAN2011 | 13FEB2007]

REVIER, MM1 Albert C. "Bert" c/o His Son Gary Revier grevier@newulmtel.net "...My Dad, Albert C. (Bert) Revier, served with VP-25 and VPB-15 during the years of 1944 and 1945. He was MM1 flying in PBY's and PBM's. In his flight log he recorded the first flight in the new PBM-5 as being on June 19, 1945. The crew he lists in the log consists of LT. W. S. Kline, LTjg M. J. Nelson, LTjg D. L. Stephens, A. C. Revier, E. C. Sisco, E. A. Sorbin, D. J. Scheunemann, P. S. Knickerbocker, A. S. Hopkins, W. H. Wall, W. M. Zumbrun, and L. H. Davis. He also lists flying with LT Burek, LTjg White, LT Coston, LT Crocker, LCDR Skorz, LT Stevenson, Ens Nelson, Ens Stephens, Ens Toman, LCDR Screws, LTjg Wood, and LT Peters. Dad showed flying 986 hours between May 17, 1944 and August 6, 1945 the day they arrived back in NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. I would appreciate hearing from anyone with any knowledge of the above person's. I do have some photo's and would be willing to share any and all information I have..." [12JAN2003]

REVILL, Shane Patrick "Tin Mann" oldtinmann@juno.com "...Entered the Navy in 1985. Attached to the VP-68 "Blackhawks" in 1985 thur 1990. I was an In-Flight technician for Crew-4 "The Sky-Pigs". In 1990 I started Drilling with the VP-93 "Executioners". Flying with Crew 8 I served there until it's decommissioning in 1994. From 1994 to 1996 I served with a helicopter mining sguadron HM-18 out of NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Today I'm an Avionics Tecnician for Kalitta Air in Oscoda MI, working on Boeing 747's. God's speed to all my former Shipmates, I would love to hear from you..." [12JUL2003]

REYER, Kevin kevinr@roanoke.infi.net "...formerly AX-1, VP-5 1976-1980..." [24FEB98]

REYNOLD, ADR1 John reyno7@charter.net "...I served with VA(AW)-33 in 1956 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey. Went on board the USS Essex (CV-9) in 1958 for a Med cruise that ended up around the world. AC closed up and the squadron moved to NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Spent 1959 there before transfering out. Was only ADR2 back then..." [21NOV2002]

REYNOLDS, Bill (ROOKIE) Shipmate Pix...Circa 1984...reynoldsb@comcast.net "...Served in VP-22 from 81-85, SS-1/2 on Crew 1 and 4. Was lucky to fly with some of the best people in the NAVY. Survived 2 deployments to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines along with too many Det's to the frozen tundra called NAS Adak, Alaska. Too bad the had to decommission the best squadron in the VP Community. Would be glad to hear from any fellow Blue Geese..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG2007 | E-Mail Updated 12JUN2001 | Pix Added 12NOV98 | 05NOV98]

REYNOLDS Bruce bruzilla@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1980 through 1985 as SS1/2 for CAC-10. Made deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and one to split deployment to NS Rota, Spain / NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal. Currently living in Orange Park, FL. I'm working for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida now. I thought I would feel out of place here, but I work with four former AWs I used to fly with, plus a former sonar tech, so we talk ASW about as much as we talk insurance. :)..." [Updated E-Mail/BIO 20DEC2007 | Updated E-Mail/BIO 23JUL98]

REYNOLDS, Duane greynoldsc@gmail.com "...I served with VPU-2 (1981). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [26MAR2012]

REYNOLDS, AWAN Ed duncan5878@hughes.net "...I served with VP-46 at NAS Moffett Field, California (Crew-9) from 1977 to 1979. I would like to hear from Leyland Minsky (VP-19) and Paul Ferguson (VP-46) as well as any other former Shipmates..." [11JUL2009]

REYNOLDS, PH1 Jack hjr9494@peoplepc.com "...I was assigned to VJ-61 after the crash of the plane at Mexico City. Trained as 1st Photographer for Detachment B to Alaska summer of 1954 made 1st Class PH1 in May of 1954 just before we left..." [09JUN2004]

REYNOLDS, AW2 Jim bluetick1@charter.net "...I served with VP-8 (1968-03/1971) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland with deployments to NAS Bermuda, and NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal..." [E-Mail Updated 19AUG2014 | 02NOV2000]

REYNOLDS, AT2 Joe E. jreynold@usit.net "...I served with FASRON-104 starting about September 1959 until the squadron was disestablished. We then became the Aircraft Maintenance Department at NS Rota, Spain. I departed NS Rota, Spain in March 1962 for discharge so I was there approximately 30 months. I cannot remember if FASRON-104 disestablished in 1960 or 1961, but it seems that the disestablishment ceremony took place during the summer months. I think the last FASRON-104 CO was Commander Reed. I remember that he was a pleasant pipe smoking fellow and enjoyed flying the squadron R4D's. FASRON-104 shared the big hangar with VQ-2 and we maintained AT, AE, AD, AM, AO, & PR shops which were used by the deployed VP squadrons. VA and VF squadrons visiting NS Rota, Spain also used these spaces. VQ-2 maintained their own spaces, but occasionally used ours. There was always an active duty VP squadron at NS Rota, Spain and occasionally a reserve VP squadron would do their two weeks active duty here. FASRON maintained a pool of aircraft (mostly A4D & F8U) that could replace planes that might be lost by the sixth fleet carrier squadrons. FASRON-104 had two R4D,s and three SNB's that were used by us and also others who might have use for them. When the sixth fleet was in port at Marseilles or Barcelona, we always sent an SNB up there for their use. During the time that I was there, I remember seeing the following Navy plane types on the flight line: P2V-5F and P2V-7, P4M, WV-2, A3D, A3D-2Q, A4D, AD-6, AD-5Q, F3H, F8U, F4D, FJ-3, R4D, R5D, SNB, and occasional Air Force transient planes C-119, C-124, F-101, F-102 & F-104. The first F4H and A3J planes that visited NS Rota, Spain was probably in 1960 or 1961 and these were in route back to the states after having been shown at the Paris Air Show. Most of the people that I remember worked in either the AT or AE shops. Some of the persons that I remember are AT2 Pedro Rodriquez, AT1 Harold Pasour, AQ1 George Bagshaw, AT3 Richard Kimmet, AE3 Stokes, AE3 McArdle, AT1 Troy Allen, ATC Nagorski, AE3 Forrest McKenzie, AKAN Robert Carpenter, AE3 A. A. Rende, AK3 Richard Jenkins, MR2 R. Sanford, AT3 Gonzales, LT Ray, LT Hansen, and several other faces that I cannot remember their names. I remember witnessing, along with several others, a spectacular crash of an F8U. I think that it was from VF-94 (maybe VF-74?) and they were imitating the Blue Angels. This F8U was flying at low altitude inverted over the runway and for some reason he nosed directly into the runway. There was a huge fireball and there was literally nothing left of the pilot or plane. If anyone out there reads this and remembers me, let me hear from you..." [01FEB2003]

REYNOLDS, Joseph "Joey" E. oregonbrat@the-onramp.net "...I would like to talk to anyone who was in VQ-1 NAS Atsugi, Japan between 1966 thru 1969. I worked with and partied with the following: J. Peterson, Spillers, Coombs, "3" Laffey's, Baker, Houston, Nelson, Phlugger, Arragon, Laudermilk, Dinhardt, Tuel, Gink, and the list goes on! Would really like to talk to any of my old buddies. Have been in contact with "Goose" Coombs and recently with Jack Peterson. Would like to hear from others, where they are and what they have been doing???? I was line crewman and ground support equipment mechanic..." [13MAR2000]

REYNOLDS, AE Kenneth W. (Doc) sfckrey1964@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-2 from 1965 to 1966 as the jr corpsman. I went to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and Viet Nam also served in NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. After VP-2 I got out for 2 years then rejoined the navy and became a AE. I went to VA-164 sqaudron and then to a VAW-110 until 1975 at which time I got out and became a Mailman and joined to Army Researve as a medic. I retired from the Army Researve in 1990 as a Sargent First Class and then retired from the Post Office in 2006. I would like to hear from anyone that remembers me from those great times..." [23JAN2007]

REYNOLDS, CDR Kevin D. http://www.cnrc.navy.mil/regionwest/sanantonio/HTM%20Pages/BIO's/CO.htm "...Commanding Officer, NRD San Antonio - Commander Kevin D. Reynolds received his Bachelor of Science from Georgetown University while double majoring in Psychology and Economics. Commissioned through the Marine Corps Platoon Leadership Course as a Second Lieutenant in July 1984 he reported to the Officers Basic Course in Quantico, Virginia making an inter-service transfer to the Navy just prior to graduation in April 1985. Following flight training he was designated a Naval Aviator in July 1986, reporting to VP-50 in NAS Moffett Field, California flying the P-3C "Orion." In October of 1990 he reported as an Intern to the Chairman, Joint-Chiefs-of-Staff (JCS), General Colin Powell, in his Operational Plans and Inter-Operability Directorate. Following his JCS internship he reported to the Director, On-Site Inspection Agency in the fall of 1991, serving as an In-Country Escort for the now Russian, Arms Control Inspectors and a START Treaty Inspector. In this capacity, he traveled extensively throughout the former Soviet Union and provided humanitarian relief supporting US Government efforts such as Operation PROVIDE HOPE. While stationed in Washington, D.C., Cmdr. Reynolds served as a White House Social Aide under both Presidents Bush Sr. and Clinton. Following his D.C. tour Cmdr. Reynolds reported aboard USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) in December 1993, working on the flight deck as a Catapult and Arresting Gear Officer and the V-1 Division Officer. In May 1996 Cmdr. Reynolds reported to VP-46 in NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, for his second flying tour serving as the Squadron Tactics, Administrative Officer, and Operations Officer, while surpassing 1800 flight hours before his transfer. Following his second operational flying tour, Cmdr. Reynolds was selected for the Navy's political/military scholarship and attended Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government earning a Masters degree in Public Administration. Immediately upon graduation Cmdr. Reynolds left Cambridge, MA and reported to the Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James L. Jones, Headquarters USMC, Washington D.C. as the Navy Aide de Camp. After 14 months as an aide de camp, Cmdr. Reynolds received orders to the National War College in Washington D.C. for academic year 2000 to 2001 where he received a Masters in National Security Studies. Upon graduation, Cmdr. Reynolds assumed responsibility as the Executive Officer of Navy Recruiting District, San Antonio, Texas. In February of 2003 Cmdr. Reynolds assumed command of Navy Recruiting District, San Antonio. Cmdr. Reynolds' awards include the Joint Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various other campaign and service awards..." [17JUN2003]

REYNOLDS, ATCS Larry L. Retired larryleereynolds@gmail.com "...I served with Naval Alcohol Rehabilitation Center (NAVALREHCEN) (1976-1978) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NATTC NAS Memphis, Tennessee AX/AT "A" Schools, VP-10 (1982-1985) at NAS Brunswick, Maine with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, NAS Bermuda and NS Rota, Spain, VP-30 (1985-1990) Avionics Shop Supervisor, Maintenance Control Coordinator, VP-56 (1985-1990) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida (IFT, Maintenance Control Coordinator and Special Projects) with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and NAS Bermuda. Best Chief's Mess in the Navy - Dusty Rhodes, Notso Quick, Mark VanReken, Bob Yearty, Frank Howard, Doug Evans, etc. Best team of go-getters I've ever seen. My final destination was NAVALREHCEN (1990-1994) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida as a Counselor. I retired January 1994..." [E-Mail Updated 01FEB2017 | E-Mail Updated 24NOV2009 | E-Mail Updated 24JAN2003 | 16MAY2001]

REYNOLDS, Robert W. c/o his son Tom Reynolds TomReynolds@alum.wpi.edu "...My father was stationed at East Field in Norfolk, VA in Utility Squadron VJ-4 during WWII. I am trying to see if there is any kind of a Reunion associated with his squadron. My father will have his 80th birthday in September. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks..." [22JUL99]

REYNOLDS, Thomas A. windspirit82@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-4 from 1960 to 1965. I was Plane Captain for LT Bruce Cloud. We were known as "Cloud's Clowns"..." [01DEC2001]

REYNOSO, Ray jamesreynoso@hotmail.com "...My dad served in VH-3 from late 1944 until end of war. He would like to know any living members of this squadron. Please contact me. Have several old pictures to show!..." [23FEB2000]

REZNER, George grezner1@centurylink.net "...I was in the USNR from 1940 to 1945 and served with Training Squadron 8-A at NAS Pensacola, Florida and VPB-100..." [11MAR2011]

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