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Memorial Picture "...WOLF, Julius "Jule"...My father, Jule Wolf, passed on Thursday evening, January 3, 2013. He has been hospitalized since November battling infection and advanced Parkinson’s disease. Jule served with VP-50 and VP-892. Julius "Jule," loving husband of Elizabeth "Betty" Wolf; father of Judi (Bob) Thompson, Tom (Bonnie), Jerry (Diane), Mike (Cathy), and Don (Pam) Wolf; grandfather of eight; brother of Miriam "Sis" Ebel. One of Cincinnati’s best custom meat cutters for over 40 years, a great gourmet cook, gardener, and model train enthusiast. Passed away January 3, 2013 at the age of 81 years. Visitation at St. Gabriel Church, 48 W. Sharon Road, Glendale, OH on Monday, January 7, 2013 from 9:30 AM until time of Mass of Eternal Rest at 10:30 AM. Memorials may be made to St. Gabriel Church. Thank you for your prayers. On behalf of Betty Wolf, 462 Dimmick Avenue, Springdale, Ohio 45246..." Contributed by Judi Thompson judi.thompson59@gmail.com [06JAN2013]

Memorial Picture "...WOLF, ADCS Raymond "Skip"...I must inform all that Skip Wolf passed away in February 2008. Skip served with VP-6, VP-11 and VW-12. His ashes were scattered at sea by a Crew from VP-26, made up of Active Duty Trident CPO's...GRAY, AFCM Richard W. "Dick" Retired dickgray@brooksendway.com..." [14JAN2009]

Memorial Picture "...WOOD, Robert and TWEEDY, Glenn...Sadly I must report the deaths of my two shipmates Robert Wood and Glenn Tweedy. Bob passed away in Feb. 2001 while shoveling snow in his driveway. His collapse was witnessed by his married daughter who attempted to revive him, all to no avail. Bob was mentor to many of us who flew with him. He was a Navy man, but particularly, he was always a friend first. He constantly offered advice which, at the time, did not seem like advice, but which always proved to be beneficial both on and off the crew. He was just a great guy to go on liberty with, and a great guy to fly with. Glen Tweedy passed away from cancer in 2001. He had battled this for some time, I understand. We affectionately called Glenn, "Tweety bird." He made the last Reunion of VP-23. What a small and diminishing world we live in. God bless and keep our service men and women safe. WHEELER, Ron rwheeler002@nycap.rr.com..." [25JUN2001]

Memorial Picture "...WOODWARD, William McGill "Mac"...My father, Dr. William McGill Woodward "Mac", served with VP-7 (1955-1957) leaving Naval Service as a LT. Dad passed away April 18, 2016 and is sorely missed...." Contributed by Bill Woodward bwoodward@visualconsultingllc.com [31JAN2019]

Memorial Picture "...WOODEN, CDR William W...My Father, William W. Wooden, passed away December, 29, 2011. Dad enlisted in the U.S. Navy at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia in 1939 as apprentice seaman and served in each enlisted grade. He served aboard the USS Arkansas (BB-33) and USS Wyoming (BB-32). Dad graduated from Lighter than Air Maintenance School, NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey and NAS Pensacola, Florida as a Naval Aviation Pilot on May 1942. Dad then reported for duty with the VP-33 Black Cat Squadron. Dad commanded rescue missions, patrolling the battlefield and witnessing ground action during the Biak campaign. During this campaign, he landed and rescued downed pilots from the ocean. He was promoted from Ensign to LT(jg). He then served at NAS Jacksonville, Florida as flight Instructor in patrol type aircraft from October 1944 to February 1947. He then served with VR-24 as a plane commander supporting Commander Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean 1947-1949, then promoted to LT and transferred to NAS Jacksonville, Florida in 1951. He was assigned to USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) and completed three Mediterranean cruises and ordered back to NAS Jacksonville, Florida as Special Services Officer, then ordered to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where he served as Deputy Commander for Security Forces during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He retired in July 1966..." Contributed by Family violin77usa@yahoo.com [04FEB2012]

Memorial Picture "...WOODLEY, Richard P...I am writing to announce the sad passing of my father, CDR Richard P. Woodley. He was proudly a member of VP-4, VP-19, and VP-22 flying both P2Vs and P-3s. Countless times he related to me how much he loved the people he worked with, the flying he did, and the memories he made. For those who may have known him, I hope you have fond memories of his time in the VP world. For those who may not have known him, know that we have all lost a good Shipmate. My thanks to you all for being such a wonderful part of my fathers life. Good hunting...Doug Woodley dagwoodf15@hotmail.com..." [19SEP2002]

Memorial Picture "...WOOTON, Richard "Dick"...Just found this site, so I thought I'd leave a note for shipmates of my father, ADRC Richard "Dick" Wooton. He flew as flight engineer on WV-2's with AEWBarRonPac at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from '59 - '63, then to NAS Point Mugu, California from '63 to '65 and VW-1 NAS Agana, Guam from '65 to '69. He talked about those days often adn really loved the Connie. Sadly dad passwed away from cancer in January of '94. He would have loved to have seen this site...WOOTON, ADRC Richard "Dick" [Deceased] c/o His Son Rick Wooton rwooton@charter.net..." [E-Mail Updated 11JAN2002 | 28JUN2001]

Memorial Picture "...WORRALL, CAPTAIN David Jason...Just thought that you all should know that my Father, Captain David Jason Worrall, Retired passed away on February 27, 2003 the day before his 80th birthday. He was the Commanding Officer of VP-6 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii when I was a small child. He died from cancer and we are trying to see if any other of his fellow officers who went on special bombing missions over Johnston Island also have died of like cancer. I would appreciate hearing any information you may have regarding this. I am trying to get a case similar to the Agent Orange case for Vietnam. Thanks for your time in this matter. My Dad relished the times he spent with his men in this squadron. Many great stories have filled my life revolving around VP-6. If you have any nice tales to share about my Dad I would appreciate hearing about them. I am trying to put together a memory book for the family about my Dad. Much regards...Rachel Worrall White Rlwhite423@aol.com..." [27MAY2003]

Memorial Picture Shipmate Pix "...WORTHINGTON, Charles K...I have come across since I found some notes and logs my father (Charles K. Worthington) kept during WWII. The log/notes contain the names of some pilots, aircraft reference numbers and missions. And in one case the names of an entire crew lost in a landing crack-up, apparently he knew them all. I have determined he was in VP-15. I know he flew on a PB2Y Coronado as gunner. Was in the NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone, later at NAS Tanapag Harbor, Saipan, Marianas Islands, returning to the U.S. (Minnesota of all places) for Flight Training in early August 1945. He completed it and later taught ground school. I would be glad to provide any of the info I have, if it would be of use for others. In addition I would appreciate any info that anyone may be able to provide or you can direct me to...Ed Worthington edworth@mac.com..." [PIX Added 11NOV2008 | E-Mail Updated 10NOV2008 | 09DEC2001]

WOBIG, Don dnwobig@aol.com "...I served with VW-1 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada from 1955 to 1959 as a crewmember aboard the EC-121 Super Connie. I would like to hear from Ensign W. E. Philips. Thank you..." [11JAN2010]

WOEMPNER, AX2 Clyde helen0354@att.net "...I served with VP-40 (1966-1967) with deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and NAS Bermuda. We flew the last of the pigboats and then the P-3B..." [E-Mail Updated 23DEC2019 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 10AUG2011 | E-Mail Updated 25OCT2008 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 04MAY2000 | 19AUG98]

WOERNER, Robert E. robertewoerner@cs.com "...(1944-After boot camp, AOM, ARO and NAG schools I transistioned to PBMs.)...1945-VP-2 (OTU-3) Crew 88-H and 88-I Plane(s): PBM Mariners -3s and -5s - NAS Banana River, FL...Flew over Carribbean (Devil's Triangle)Bahamas, Etc...1946-VP-913-Plane: PV-1 Venturas- NAS New York, NY-1946 and 1947 airshows over Manhattan, squadron flew to Bermuda in 1947...1947-VPML-63 Squadron was re-designated, we added a PBY Catalina to our inventory...1948-Reserve flying was curtailed by SecDef Louie Johnson and I transferred to a Surface Division on an LST. (USS-732).(YES, an LST!)...1950- when flying resumed I couldn't get back into VPs so I switched to service as an AOM in VF-839 at NAS New York (F9F Bearcats.) 1950-went back on active duty for Korean War in VF22, CAG 4, NAAS Cecil Field, FL. Started with F9F Pantherjets. We switched to F2H2 Banshees in 1951. Went to sea in USS FDR CVB-42 and CVL-48.-Transferred to FASRON 6 at NAS JAX, FL.- Released to inactive duty in Sept. 1952. VF22 went to Korea on the Lake Champlain in 1953. Wish they had gone with me in 1950 or 1951. I was discharged after 10 years service in the USNR in 1954 as an AOU3...Interested in hearing from others who were in the WWII Combat Aircrewman Training Program. They would remember well since a (CA) designator was added to their rate designation..." [E-Mail Updated 23FEB2002 | 01NOV97]

WOHLGEMUTH, Greg gregw752@msn.com "...I served aboard NAS Keflavik, Iceland 1967 in Shore Patrol. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [12MAY2011]

WOHOSKY, ACRM R. C. rcsky@worldnet.att.net "...VP-31 back in the "good old days." I flew many "neutrality" patrols as a radio operator, flying out of Key West (where we established an advance base in October "39 with the USS Lapwing as a tender) Guantanamo, San Juan and NAS Coco Solo, Panama, Canal Zone..." [E-Mail Updated 07DEC2001 | 17DEC99 | 27AUG98]

WOJTON, Jim J.WOJTON@WORLDNET.ATT.NET "...I served with VP-44 from 1958 thru 1961. I first flew in P5M'S Radio on 5S56. We deployed to San Juan in 1960 and on return force landed in the Atlantic on our return to NAS Norfolk, Virginia. We set a seaplane taxiing record of 550 miles and ended up in Gitmo. That wasn't TS56, I think I was flying in 2S56 or Pelican 2. Rcihard Myers was the Pilot. Snivley was the first mech. We later moved into P2V 5F'S. I was in LM 4. Sure is good to look back!...I served with ATU-614 at NAS Hutchinson, Kansas from October 1957 through April 1958 (approximate). I was awaiting assignment to "P" school in NAS Norman, Oklahoma. I worked on the flightline and also chased Jack Rabbits on Guard Duty..." [BIO Updated 19NOV2001 | 12NOV2001]

WOKOUN, Dennis wokoun@texas.net"..YNC 4211 Colonneh Trap' San Antonio TX 78218 210 822 1357 VP-6."

WOLD, ADJ2 Kevin ritawold69@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-23 (1972-1975) with deployments to NAS Sigonella, Sicily, NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal (twice) and Operation Springboard (NS Roosevelt Roads, PR). I was discharged 11/1975. I would love to from former Shipmates especially Jim Korth (Giant), Terry Long and Mike May..." [09MAY2015]


WOLF, AW2 Carl wolf@ci.hazelwood.mo.us "...Served with VP-1 1967-69 Aircrew JEZ operater. YB-3 flight crew. Now employed as Chief of Police City of Hazelwood Missouri (St. Louis Area) would like to hear from any members of VP-1 during that time...." [E-Mail Updated 19OCT2000 | 13OCT97]

WOLF, George indywolf@me.com "...I served with FASRON-7 (1953-1956), FAWTUPAC (Fleet All Weather Training Unit PACific) / VF(AW)-3 (1956) and VP-28 (1968)..." [28NOV2015]

WOLF, AWCM George Jr. Retired wolf.als@centurytel.net "...I served with VP-4 (1970-1975), Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational (FASO) NAS Moffett Field, California, VP-40 (1979-1983), ASWOC NAF Lajes, Azores, Portugal, Navy Recruiting District (NRD) NAS Dallas, Texas, ASWOC NAS Keflavik, Iceland and a twilight tour at Naval Sea Systems Command (NSWC) Crane, Indiana supporting the sonobuoy program. Currently owner and VP of a defense contracting business, Applied Logistics Services, Inc in Odon, Indiana. My Dad, AVCM George Wolf, Sr. Retired, lives down the road from me and served in VP-28 in the late 1960's. Let me know if you want his email address..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 10SEP2011 | Updated 10FEB99 | 03NOV97]

WOLF, AWCM George W. Retired tex_avcmret@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-28 and was Maintenancee Chief part of Okinawa deployment in 1968 until disestablishment in 1969. Finished my 30 and retired in 1977 in the Texas Hill Country but recently moved to Indiana to be near my oldest son a retired AWCM from the VP community. Would like to hear from some old Shipmates..." [13JUL2007]

WOLF, AX2 Noel leonflow2002@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-6 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from 1962 to 1964 as an AX2 crewmember in aircraft PC-8. It was a great time in my life with many wonderful memories and accomplishments. I would love to hear from former Shipmates..." [31DEC2003]

WOLF, ADCS Raymond "SKIP" Retired swolf@suscom-maine.net ".... I was attached to VP-6 in December 1958 until mid 1959 when I was transferred to the VW Navy attached to VW-12 for training. Back to VP-11 from June 1964 until September 1967, I was attached to VP-26 in September 1972 while deployed to NAS Sigonella, Sicily and remained on board until retirement in June 1975..." [BIO/E-Mail Updated 25MAR2002 | 11SEP98]

WOLF, AVCM Ron Retired padutch@bellsouth.net "...Served in VP-2 from 1963-1966, on crews 1 and 2 as radioman. Looking for Tom Asmus (AX2) Jez operator on crew. I also served with VR-24 from 1959-1961, VP-30 from 1961-1962, VP-2 from 1963-1966, VP-8 from 1971-1974, and the USS Independence CV-62 from 1977-1978..." [16DEC2002]

WOLFARTH c/o His Son Mike Wolfarth mwolfarth@msn.com "...My Father served as a pilot in VP-32 during WWII. My parents have lost touch with a couple of other members of the squadron (J. Whistler & T.R. Perry) and I am sure that my Father would love to hear from someone in his old unit..." [12DEC2000]

WOLFE, Frank fwolfe@bluelight.com "...I served with ATU-202 at NAS Kingsville, Texas. We were still flying the Grumman F9F-5 Panther. I left the day ATU-202 became VT-21. A lot of good memories there. Anybody remember Papa Gyaos? If you do e-mail me and tell what it was..." [24DEC2002]

WOLFE, AOCS Joe Wolfe Retired Eaglvis@aol.com "...Enlisted 1971. AOA school NAS Jacksonville, Florida 1972 VP-30 1972 pipelined as a groundpounder AO for VP-11. Wound up in VP-44 after Moroco crash of VP-44 in 1972. Flew w/ CAC 9 from 1972 to 1976 and CAC 6 1976-1977. Orders to SERE Jan. 1978 to Oct. 1980 SERE Instructor, NAS Brunswick, Maine. Got out of Navy 1980. Re-enlisted 1981 and back to SERE NAS Brunswick, Maine till 1983 (thanks to AVCM Bob Frasch and ADMRL Mulloy). Went to VP-8 as a groundpounder AO 1983 to 1987. Returned to SERE NAS Brunswick, Maine, May, 1987 (thanks to Capt. John Evans aka. Little John, and CDR Tim Sullivan). Retired from active duty Oct. 1992 out of SERE. BS in Human Resourses, Associates, Microsoft Cert. Looking for any shipmates from the past email me. Also looking for any SERE Instructors to place on a new SERE Instructor Web site..." WebSite: http://members.tripod.com/~SERE_2/index.html [18FEB99]

WOLFE, ATCS Michael Retired mwolfe@lsijax.com "...VP-30 1971 to 1975, VP-45 1975 to 1979, AIMD JAX 1979 to 1982, AIMD NAF Lajes Field, Azores, Portugal 1982 to 1986, NRD Columbus 1986 to 1989, AIMD SIG 1989 to 1994, NAMO 1994 to 1997. Worked "I" level ASW and DIFAR..."

WOLFF, AE3 Steve "Scott/Woofy" ssloslobo@aol.com "...I served with VP-17 (1970-1973) and had some great times and met some great people. I am presently employed with a French aircraft manufacturer (Dassault) and work out of Waukegan, IL. Just spent 14 months in Afghanistan (2010-2011) assisting the U.S. military, oh how the military has changed! Have a whole new respect for our Marines. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 08FEB2012 | BIO Updated 31MAY2009 | BIO Updated 11FEB2005 | 26MAY2000]

WOLFF, Warren wvwolff@juno.com "...I served with VP-49 from 1956 - 1957 in NAS Bermuda. I was an aircrewman on 12 boat during that period. It would be nice to hear from other Shipmates during that period..." [05MAR2000]

WOLFORD, Larry lwlasers@aol.com "...I was in VP-24 , NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. from Oct. 1955 thru Jan. 1959. During this time VP-24 was renamed VA(HM)-13, then subsequently reversed back to VP-24. I spent two tours of duty in Halfar Malta. in 1956 and 1958. Spent hundreds of hours off the coast of Florida looking for Russian submarines during the Cape Canaveral era. The squadron was made up of P2V-2's, P2V-6M's, then went to P2V-5F's. I was discharged in January of 1959 and shortly there after I was told that NAS Chincoteague was de-activated. I lost all contact with many squadron friends..." [11SEP2000]

WOLSTENCROFT, CMDCM (AW) Fredrick Shipmate PixCirca 2005 http://reserves.navy.mil/ "...Command Master Chief, Patrol Squadron 65..." [17JUN2005]

WOLTERS, Clarence "George" george.wolters@yahoo.com "...I served in VP-2 (1951-1954) at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with deployments to NAS Kodiak, Alaska, NAF Kadena, Okinawa, Japan and NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands. I flew as a 2nd Mechanic on the P2..." [05OCT2010]

WOLTERS, LT James (Doogie) jwolters@worldnet.att.net "...I'm currently stationed at DESRON 26 (NOB Norfolk, VA). I flew with VP-9 from 90-92, and was at Force Warfare ( NAS Patuxent River, Maryland) from 94-96 after graduating from TPS..." [31MAR98]

WOMACK, AECS(AW) Lloyd Retired lloyddw@charter.net "...I was active duty from 1971-1996 and served with VP-47 from 1993-1996. Just wanted to say hey to all the real Shipmates out there. I'm still alive and kicking. Drop me a line or two..." [E-Mail Updated 17AUG2003 | 18JUL99]

WOMACK, ADJ2 Ralph M. ralph.womack@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 while at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii from approximately July 1968 through December 1970. Deployments of 6 months each were to NAS Iwakuni, Japan and NS Sangley Point, Philippines. Would love to hear from anyone there at that time. I worked both IMA and line crew as an ADJ-2 in charge of a 5 man maintenance crew. Would really, really like to locate my old buddy Mike Riley. He was a PO-3 when I last saw him. If you read this Mike "Yellow Rat" let me know! We visited lots of bars and other places together and maybe we should review the memories! If others remember Mike let me know how to contact him. Thanks!..." [E-Mail Updated 08JUL2009 | E-Mail/BIO Updated 02APR2006 | E-Mail Updated 19NOV2002 | 30JAN2002]

WONDERGEM, CAPT John M. https://naval-air.org/flightlog/moreinfo.asp?UID=440 "...CAPT John M. Wondergem, USN NFL Number: 440 Date of Birth: 11/13/1922 Date In: 2/1/1942 Date Out: 9/1/1974 City, State: Metairie, LA School Attended: GeoWashington Univ Aircraft Flown: PBY, PB4Y-2, F6F, F8F, SH-3A Ship or Unit: VPB-108 - USS Wasp - HS-1 Pilot Desg.: Naval Aviator Theaters, Campaigns, etc.: WWII, Pacific Associations/Service Organizations: Assn of Nav Aviation Amer.RadioRelayLeagu Amateur Radio K5KR Highest personal decoration or award: Meritor. Serv. Medal Significant Achievements: Recovery pilot for astronaut Scott Carpenter's capsule from Aurora flight of Project Mercury - lost in western Atlantic. In Memoriam? No..." [28NOV2005]

WONDERS, Cecil c/o Wayne Bloschichak imoctar@aol.com "...My girlfriends father CECIL WONDERS, served with VP-16 during the Korean War, but was stationed in Europe. His Radio Call was 4 Dog 65 and his Pilot was Cmdr. Epperson. Mr. Wonders was a radioman in the European theatre during WWII on a P2V-2. I was hoping there was someone who had either flown with him or remembers him. I would apppreciate any correspondence on this matter, as I know Cecil would as well. Thank you and God Bless..." [09JUL99]

WOOD, Bob R. jbwood215@sbcglobal.net "...I served with VP-18 from January 1958 until February 1961. I was a crew member of crew 1/7 for the three years in VP-18 as electronics tech. My specialty was the M.A.D. gear and spent a lot of time in the MAD shack adjusting all the MAD equipment. We deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland in the winters and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR in the summers. Bill Kennedy was a crew chief and Richard McCoy 2nd Mech. Bob White and T.L. Peters electronic techs and radioman. E. L. Prince was oridanceman. LT(jg) Boguslawki was navigator. LCDR LL Miller was pilot, and LTJG Reis and LT(jg) Beck were co-pilots. This was crew 7 who served together 1959 to 1960..." [10DEC2006]

WOOD, Charles Mills Jr. (Deceased) http://www.usna.com/history/classof1940/W.htm "...Charles Mills Wood, Jr. ("C.M." to his family and "Jughead" to his Naval Academy friends) was one of fourteen of the class of '40 who reported to USS NEVADA (BB36) upon graduation. During the two years, he served in NEVADA, Jug was assigned to communications. Ashore in Honolulu on December 7, 1941, he managed to get back on board while the Jap attack was still in progress. He stayed with NEVADA during salvage at Pearl Harbor and return to Bremerton for repairs and modernization. In the summer of 1942, he married Nell Rice Wynn, his Naval Academy OAO and Ring Dance date. Orders to flight training brought detachment from NEVADA in October, 1942. In May, 1943, a son, Charles Mills Wood III was born; and Jug was perhaps even prouder of his son than most new fathers. (C.M. Wood III graduated from USNA in the class of 1965 and recently retired as a Commander, USN, after a career in submarines). Upon completion of flight training, Jug was ordered to VPB-149. After being stationed on Cape Cod and at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, VPB-149 was ordered to the Pacific area and in February, 1945, arrived at Tacloban on Leyte Island, Philippines. On March 22, 1945, while on a routine patrol flight, which included an attack on a Japanese installation, Jug failed to return. He was declared missing and a year later was declared to be legally deceased. In 1950, a U.S. Army Graves Registration Team located a crashed PV-1 bomber in the area where Jug's plane had last been contacted. The remains of those found in the crashed plane were subsequently identified as those of Jug and his crew. They are buried in a common grave at the Fort Zachary Taylor National Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. Jug was a good friend, an outstanding naval officer and a strong person of the highest integrity and character. He has been sorely missed, especially by his family and those of us who knew him best. (Submitted by Al Cook)..." [05JUL2003]

WOOD, Chip cwood@onramp.net"...I was a Labop in VQ-2 from 1987-1990. I have not heard from or seen very many of you in a long time. Drop me a line..."

WOOD, AK1 Chuck Retired saehild@msn.com "...I was transferred to NAS Memphis, Tennessee June 1974 after a four year time as a VS-82 Storekeeper. VP-67 was having problems in there supply office so I was moved from NARU to VP-67 in 1975 until 1976 when I made AK1. I was there the day the last P2V flew off the base as I put all the spares I could find up in the bomb bay. I would like to see a Reunion of the squadron and I hope this message gets to the right people. I still have my flight jacket with the squadron patch on the back. If anyone reads this message and wants to contact me, please do so..." [14MAR2003]

WOOD, AT3 DAVID A. GEMINC@TDS.NET "...AT3 1966-1969 VP-26 SIDNEY O. NEWTON-DAMON OSGOOD- RON GREENE-RON HOMER-ETC. NAS Keflavik, Iceland - NS Sangley Point, Philippines -UTAPAO - NS Rota, Spain..." [13JUL2001]

WOOD, ATCS Dennis Retired wood_dennis@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-17 (Crew 9) from 1984 to 1987 and VXN-8 from 1991 to 1993. After 22 terrific years, retired as an ATCS in May 1998. Of all the different commands, my time as a P-3 crewman was by far the most fun (and hardest work). Best wishes to all my old Shipmates. Drop an e-mail sometime..." [E-Mail Updated 22SEP2008 | 06AUG98]

WOOD, Doyle doylew283@gmail.com "...I served with VU-5 (08/1957-09/1959) as a JD1 plane captain..." [08AUG2016]

WOOD, ADJC Doyle L. Retired woodywood255@earthlink.net "...I served two tours with VAP-61. The first tour with VAP-61 was from August 1961 to September 1962. I worked on the line as a Plane Captain. Two names still stay with me Mike Setzer (one of the biggest nuts that I ever met) and a sailor we all called Pappy Eanes (not sure if that's the way you spell his name). My second tour was from June 1966 to March 1969. I worked the line again for a while and went to the Power Plant Shop. We made many deployments. VAP-61 was the most enjoyable time that I had during my Navy career. I Got one extension while I was there and tried for the second but was refused. The Officers and Enlisted all were great..." [29AUG2004]

WOOD, ABM Gary A. commnine@verizon.net "...I served aboard NAS Midway Island, NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan (1972) Air Crash Rescue and VP-19 (1973-1974) at NAS Moffett Field, California with a deployment to NAF Naha, Okinawa, Japan..." [18OCT2019]

WOOD, ADCS Gilbert E. Retired tax25@juno.com "...I would like to say hi to all the old friends of VP-48. I left in July, 1985 and went to VP-16. I retired as an ADCS after 26 years and am now teaching Flight Engineers here in NAS Jacksonville, Florida for VP-30 as a civilian contractor (What a great life). Drop me a E'mail Good Luck to all from Woody..." [BIO Updated 27JUL2001 | 12NOV2000]

WOOD, LT Greg Retired nomospam@earthlink.net "...Duty stations include, VA-15 1981-1984, VP-65 1984-1993, HCS-5 1993-1995, VP-65 1995-1998. I was a Flight Engineer from 1984-1993, that was the best damn job that I ever had in the Navy. In 1993 I got commissioned as an Aviation Maintenance LDO. It was nice to see the other side, but I missed the flying. I returned to VP-65 in 1995 as the MMCO and then became the AAMO. I retired from the Navy and left VP-65 in 1998. I miss all of my old buddies. I would love to hear from you. Keep in touch..." [01DEC99]

WOOD, ATR3 Hoyt thegreentreefrog@yahoo.com "...I served with VQ-2 (07/1968-1970) as Communications and Log Book Yeoman with deployment aboard the USS Forrestal (CV-59) and served aboard the USS Lexington (CVT-16) working for the Air Boss in Primary Flight Control (PriFly)..." [E-Mail Updated 29AUG2014 | 29NOV2004]

WOOD, AE2 John woodymkiv@verizon.net "...I served with VP-24 from May of 1990 through June of 1993. I was an Aircraft Electricians Mate 2cd class assigned to the the AE shop and TAD to 62F inertial nav shop aT AIMD NAS Jacksonville, Florida, NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily. We deployed to NAS Keflavik, Iceland and NAS Sigonella, Sicily..." [07JAN2009]

WOOD, AMS2 Martin mfwoody@cox.net "...I was a AMS2 VP-22 from May 1982 to September 1986. Both PI detachments and following trips to NAS Adak, Alaska, NAS Midway Island, NAS Agana, Guam, Japan, Korea, NSF Diego Garcia, and U-Tapao Royal Thailand Air Force Base, Thailand. Went to VAQ-129 from September 1986 to discharge in September 1989. Currently living in Phoenix, AZ still in aviation as a technical consultant..." [13DEC2003]

WOOD, Maurice moewood36@hotmail.com "...I served with that group 1944-1945, from the time it formed at NAS North Island, San Diego, California until it disestablished in September 1945. I was a S/1C AMM on Crew 7 flying in plane # 44245..." [06MAR2003]

WOOD, CPO Michael "Mike" Retired cobra429@bak.rr.com "...I served with VP-40 from 1967 to 1970 (Seaplanes) on QE-1 Crew 1, VP-22 from 1974 to 1978 as a NATOPS Engineer and VP-40 from 1980 to 1984 as Maintenance Chief. I would like to hear from all of my former Shipmates. Loved Don Dickson who I served with in VP-22. I will miss him. He was a great FE and person..." [E-Mail Updated 03JUL2008 | 21NOV2004]

WOOD, AW2(AW) Pete pvwood@earthlink.net "...>What a long, strange trip it's been! And it all started as a young, impressionable airman with VP-49 in January of 1987. I spent four years with the Woodpeckers, to include three deployments to NAS Bermuda, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and NAS Bermuda- NAS Keflavik, Iceland. I met some great friends along the way: George Metcalf, Bob Rymsa, Brian Cook, Casey Bennett, Pat Zeigler, Rob Hazelip, Jamie Sippel, Chuck Milhollen, Bryce Merrill, Rob Ochoa, Neil Smith, only to name a few. Unfortunately, I've lost contact with most of these folks. If any of you miscreants are out there or if you know how to get a hold of them, please let me know!...I received overseas orders to NOCC NS Rota, Spain in January 1991. I was there for about two and a half years when I was lucky enough to be selected for ECP. From there, I went home to Boulder, Colorado and completed my degree, earned my commission, and started flight school in July 1996. Now I'm an Electronic Countermeasures Officer (NFO) stationed up at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington with VAQ-131. We did a Westpac on board the USS Constellation last summer and flew many sorties in support of Operation Southern Watch. We set sail for the Connie's last cruise next March. Rumor has it that it's going to be a world cruise - that should be fun! I've got another two years left with the Lancers before I rotate to shore duty, which will be my twilight tour! Oh, by the way another good friend that I've lost contact with is AW2 Mark Oliver. The last place I knew he went was North Carolina for recruiting duty..." [18JUL2000]

WOOD, EN2 Robert rwood029@yahoo.com "...I served with OASU (Project Jenny) along with EN1 Russell Toney in early 1965. Our orders were to meet civilian at 7 am. The next day on a street corner in Alexandria, Va. We stayed there for about two weeks. I served with the unit until my discharge in September 1966..." [14NOV2009]

WOOD, ADJ Robert C. wood43y@yahoo.com "...I served with VU-7 (1961-02/1964). I worked on the F8 Flight Line, Engine Shop and did some work on the B26's. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [27AUG2012]

WOOD, AD Robert M. "WOODY" robertmwood@charter.net "...I served with VPU-1- from 1985 to 1988. I was an AD and was wondering if any of my old friends are still kicking about. I would like to get in touch with my old Shipmates to se how they are doing. Hope to hear from some of them. Roll Tide!..." [23FEB2004]

WOOD, LCPO Ron w4woody@comcast.net "...Curently at BUPERS. Looking for Shipmates and FEs who served with VP-1 from 1982 to 1985, VP-6 from 1989 to 1992, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii ETD from 1992 to 1996, VX-1 from 1996 to 1999, AIMD NSF Diego Garcia from 1999 to 2000, and VP-47 from 2000 to 2003. Lets hook up just to tell some old sea stories. Later Folks!..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 01JUL2004 | BIO Updated 21APR2000 | 30DEC97]

WOOD, Tim cocoa@pineland.net "...I was an AMS3 USNR [TAR] with VP-60 from January 1981 through January 1985. I would love to hear from anyone I served with..." [14DEC99]

WOOD, YN1 Vernon Retired woods4u@comcast.net "...I served with VX-6 in 1963 and 1967..." [22MAY2011]

WOOD, W. D. Jr. salorman@klondyke.net "...I joined VW-11 in September 1958 and served with Crew 17 until my transfer to VW-2 in January 1961. I was with VW-2 until my discharge in June 1961. I would like to hear from any OLD Shipmates..." [10OCT99]

WOOD, LT Leonard E. (Woody Wood) c/o James J. Donohue boilermanjjd@cs.com "...I would like to find any U.S. Navy Pilot who may have known a Lt. Leonard E. Wood. U.S.N.R. Lt. Wood was also known as "Woody Wood" Lt Wood was K.I.A. over Guam in July 1944 along with other crew member's one being my cousin Edward C. Donahue. He was attatched to V.T.-1 Torpedo bombing squadron on the second U.S.S. Yorktown, C.V.-10 Someone out there may have gone to flight school with him, someone may know where he was from. I need to know to find closure to a mistery that the navy perpitrated on my cousin's family back in 1944. This is a very long story but the family's of all the men in that aircraft were deceived as to the real cause of their death's..." [15JUL2000]

WOODALL, Douglas douglaswoodall@att.net "...I served with VAH-123 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington from 1962 to 1963. I would like to hear from Chief KE Pearson, PO1 Thomas Riley, AN Joseph Torie or any other former Shipmates..." [29OCT2009]

WOODALL, Douglas S., Sr. CECBpAFS@juno.com "...I served with VP-5 from 1966 - 1967. Worked in the coffee mess and illustrated the "Foxes Tale", the VP-5 Newsletter until being designated an ABHAN. I then worked on the flight line with ABH1 Smith as the boss. Received orders to the USS Saratoga, CVA 60, due to there only being one billet for an ABHAN. Would be interested in hearing from any Shipmates that served with me there and also any planned Reunions..." [17JUN2000]

WOODALL, James M. jmwoodall7@aol.com "...I was in the NAS Dallas, Texas NMPC (Naval Military Personnel Command, Washington, DC) project (later redesignated BUPERS) from March 76 to July 79. I would like to hear from Gary James (The LT) or any of the other people that were in the program..." [11JUL2008]

WOODALL, Mark J. "Woody" mark_woodall@oxy.com "...Served as a non-acoustic operator with VP-11 CAC-11 and CAC-7 from May 1976 till July 1980. Would like to hear from old friends. Currently serving as Corporate Environmental Auditor for a chemical company..." [02JUN99]

WOODARD, Bill Woodard billwood@mail.utexas.edu "...Served with VPB-104/VP-104/VPB-24 Squadron..." [E-Mail Updated 31MAR2000 | 05AUG98]

WOODBURN, AW John jw@johnwoodburn.com "...I served with VP-24 from 75-78, as an AW3. I was Radar operator on Jay Beasleys last flight on a P3 before he retired and also attended his retirement party in Burbank CA shortly thereafter. I am interested in hearing from old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 31JAN2005 | E-Mail Updated 02APR2001 | 11DEC97]

WOODCOCK, AO3 Chris cwindfw2005@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-23 from 1985 to 1988 and flew with CAC-3 as an AO3. I have great memories of NAS Brunswick, Maine and my many friends in VP-23. Please drop an email if you can..." [24FEB2008]

WOODCOCK, William G. wwoodcock@indy.rr.com "...I served with VQ-2 at NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco from November 1955 to September 1957. I worked on the P4M..." [02DEC2009]

WOODDALL, J.H. "Woody" JhUnclwdy@aol.com "...I served in VP-68 from 1977 through 1980. Some of the best times I ever had in my 10 year tour as a TAR were in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. I'd be glad to hear from any of the Shipmates I served with any time..." [30OCT99]

WOODFIELD, AME2 Edward A. ewoodfield@ibm.net "...Was in VQ-1 during 1964-65-66. Looking for old Shipmates. Thanks!..." [25NOV98]

WOODMAN, Edwin R. woody2814@gmail.com "...I served with VP-9 (1952-1954)..." [06JAN2016]

WOODROW, AX2 Charles dunaif@zoho.com "...I served with VX-1 (1974-1976) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland and VP-0617 (1983-1985)..." [E-Mail Updated 08JAN2017 | BIO Updated 17OCT2014 | 16OCT2014]

WOODRUFF, William H. "Woody" whw00dy@att.net "...I served with VP-7 (1964-1967) as Navigator on Crew-5 and Crew-1 and Co-Pilot (later PPC) on Crew-11. I am now a chemist working at Los Alamos National Laboratory. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 02MAR2013 | 02APR98]

WOODS, Brian Dunstan http://www.pownetwork.org/bios/w/w073.htm "...Commander- United States Navy - Shot Down: September 18, 1968 - Released: February 12, 1973 - Commander Brian D. Woods was the first POW to come home after the Vietnam cease fire. His mother lay dying in the hospital - having been ill during most of his imprisonment. This was the only reason he agreed to return first - she was actually dying. Upon his return, Commander Woods said, "We are grateful and overwhelmed. We are proud to be Americans. We are proud to have served our country and our Commander-in-Chief." Commander Woods enlisted in the Naval Reserve in 1950. He was called to active duty in 1951 and had his first assignment as an Aviation Ordanceman. After the tour in VS 661 he attended the Naval Academy Prep School at Bainbridge, Maryland, after which he completed his education at the Naval Academy and UCLA. On September 18, 1968 while flying a combat mission from the U.S.S. Constellation, his A-7A was shot down by the North Vietnamese in the vicinity of Vinh, North Vietnam. He was captured right there, on the spot. When Commander Woods arrived at Clark, he telephoned his wife, Paula, and their three children, Cathleen, 9; Christopher, 8; and Michael, 7. (They sponsor a foster child in Thailand in a leper colony-13 year old Voran ju J iamvisut). When the telephone rang Michael grabbed the phone and cried, "Hi Daddy. I love you. This is Michael. I'm seven now." He was two when his Daddy was deployed. When asked what the family would do when they got him back, they replied, "Love him. Just love him!" A note from Mrs. Brian Woods: We would like to adopt Voranju - she is an orphan, but does have family and a grandparent there, so we sponsor her, instead. We started this when she was 8 1/2 years because we needed to substitute love for the love we had been deprived of, without giving up waiting for Brian. We reached out to a needy child, half-way around the world, and, through her, God poured out his merciful, healing balm to our family. Now that Brian is home, we are awaiting our own fourth child, at the prime of our lives and can close the chapter of our family memories, by a whole new beginning. P.S. Voranju is a baptized Methodist in a Presbyterian Leprosy Rehabilitation Center; and we are all Roman Catholic. We did not, actually, intend to be ecumenical, but we sure are! Brian Woods retired from the United States Navy as a Captain. He lives in California..." [27OCT2003]

WOODS, Dale E. "Woody" dalevp21@yahoo.com "...I was a radioman with VP-21 when Morse Code was the primary source of communication (June 1960 to June 1963). I was a member of CAC-1 and CAC-4 during this time. Deployed to NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, NAS Keflavik, Iceland, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, and NS Roosevelt Roads, PR with various RON's thrown in for good measure. Who can forget the Cuba Blockade and the Project Mercury launch and recovery for Gordon Cooper shortly after. How about ‘Tent City' and the USS Tallahatchee County in Soudha Bay, Crete? Left VP-21 for ‘B' school and returned to NAS Brunswick, Maine for VP-23 (April 1964 to February 1967). Terminated my enlistment in VT-27 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas on February 1970. I am particularly interested in learning the whereabouts of Cdr. Charles R. Robertson who was the CO of VP-21 from 1962 to 1963. Have already contacted a few Shipmates as I have many pictures, slides and memories of NAS Brunswick, Maine even if the ‘memory' is going..." [E-Mail Updated 14AUG2002 | 05APR2002 | 18SEP98]

WOODS, David woodsy@javanet.com"...I'm an IFT on the P-3C UIII in VP-10 right now. I've been with VP-6, VP-22, andVX-1..."

WOODS, ATN3 Jim w4547@mindspring.com "...I served with VAH-123 in the Electronics shop my last 10 months of active duty. We had many a poker game in each others homes. I would like to hear from anyone that attended these games..." [27JUL2003]

WOODS, John "Woody" wood7382@bellsouth.net "...Flying for UPS now on the 757/767. Going to the same destinations Doug Gillette goes probably (Latin America). Miss flying with people like Scotty Mensen. I served with VP-10 from 1983 to 1986, VT-27 from 1986 to 1988, VPU-2 from 1989 to 1992, VP-10 from 1992 to 1994, NAVSAFECEN from 1994 to 1997 and got out in 1997. Nothing else looked enjoyable! The timing was good. VPU-2 was certainly a highlight of my career in the Navy. We need a Reunion!..." [03JAN2003]

WOODS, PR1 John J. Retired jwoodsusn@yahoo.com "...I served with VP-24 from 1984 to 1987. I worked in the PR/AME Shop with Ray John, Ed Miller, Paula Wittle, Saccamamaho, Chief Jackson and others. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [26JUL2010]

WOODS, Mike knightfan99@msn.com "...I served with VAW-11 at NAS North Island, San Diego, California aboard the USS Ranger (CVA-61) and USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)..." [11OCT2010]

WOODS, Paul G. pgwoods@grandecom.net "...Served in VP-22 9/61-12/64. PPC of Crew-8 (SP-2E). Deployed Iwakuni 1962 & 1964..." [E-Mail Updated 25JUL2005 | E-Mail Updated 08MAR2000 | E-Mail Updated 27APR98 | 23JUL98]

WOODS, Robert "Woody" ccresident@live.com "...I served with VP-4 from 1965 to 1969 with Crew 8 (Dangerous Dan's Dandys). Wanted to see if any of my old crew are still kicking!..." [26AUG2009]

WOODS, Robert E. shackwoody@bellsouth.net "...I served aboard NAS Kodiak, Alaska (1963-1964)..." [17SEP2012]

WOODS, PR2 Russell E. Jr. rwoods1@maine.rr.com "...I served with VP-26 from 14APR67 to 04JUN69..." [09AUG2007]

WOODSON, Steve "Woody" woodysan@gmx.com "...I served with VP-31 (04/1976) at NAS Moffett Field, California and VP-48 (04/1976-07/1980). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 06FEB2013 | 05MAR98]

WOODSON, Wade F. ggwf@rmci.net "...I served from 1944 to 1947 in Hedron 52 until the war ended and then in FAETU. I was out of NAS Norfolk, Virginia and patrolled along the east coast and the Carribean. Would be interested to hear from some of the men I served with. Also would like to have patches fo my squadron if they are available..." [E-Mail Updated 17APR2003 | 08NOV2001]

WOODWARD, Jerry Otterhd@hotmail.com "...Served VP-22 from 1960-1962 as ATR3 radar operator for Armchair Twelve. Would be happy to be in touch with old shipmates!..."

WOODWARD, Michael Retired wood207@bellsouth.net "...I served with VP-47 as a TACCO / Navigator and VP-40 as a Pilot. Retired in 1993 after 20 years of active duty..." [E-Mail Updated 30OCT2003 | 01JUL98]

WOODWARD, PO3 Norman "Woody" nwoodward1@triad.rr.com "...Arrived in CRP, VT-31 in May 1964 from A school in Memphis. Worked in airframes shop under Chief Turck. Moved to line maint. about a year later under LTjg Sheaffer. Had a ball in Texas. Made PO3 and went to night check under Ron Bubeck Otto Lassen and Chief Backlin. We were flying the TS2A AC. Played fast pitch softball and football. We were 8th Naval district champs in both 1966 and 1967. Our coaches were AT Ripoll in 65 BM Pucker and AT Bill Stromquist in softball. LT Bobby Mansfield was our coach and QB in football. I have pictures of both teams if anyone out there wants one and knows who I am talking about. I'm going to drop some names and if you are out there email me. AM Ron Bubeck, AM Tom Scroggins, Naval Officer Steve Crawford, I got his money on his first salute, 1967. He was from Ohio, I think. I have Mike J. Collins AMH3 email if someone out there is wondering about him. I'll stop rambling. That was the best time of my life. Write..." [E-Mail Updated 07FEB2010 | E-Mail Updated 27JAN2006 | E-Mail Updated 14MAR2002 | 26NOV2000]

WOODWARD, AX3 Tom ilookmarvlus@yahoo.com "...I served with Anti-Submarine Classification and Analysis Center (ASCAC) at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan from January 1973 to June 1974 and VP-50 from July 1974 to January 1976. Spent the split deployment mostly at NAS Adak, Alaska. I can't believe they let us have a Crap Table in the barracks! Side trips to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, Hong Kong and the Philippines. After USN graduated from University of Connecticut with degrees in Business and IT and finally married in 2004, first child Juliana in 2006. It's good to see some familiar names and sad not to see many, Rich Reddish, Andy Gilpin, Frank Vancour come to mind..." [E-Mail/BIO Updated 24DEC2009 | 02APR2001]

WOODWARD, William M. woody1932@aol.com "...Released to inactive duty in 1957 from VP-7. Came out as a PPC and LTJG. Then on to college and to medical school. Retired GP 1996 after practice in Charleston, SC and retired in FL. Had a great time in Naval Aviation..." [13DEC98]

WOOLEY Bryan W. bwwooley@usa.net"...I am a P-3 Flight Engineer and was a proud "Batman" of VP-24 from 87-91 and went to NATC PAX River (FWATD) from 91-94 and I am currently a "Fighting Marlin" in VP-40, Whidbey Island. Glad to see we can all keep in touch!! Feel free to contact me via e-mail..."

WOOLVERTON, AW1 Thomas G. c/o Thomas Woolverton thomaswoolverton@hotmail.com "...My family was stationed at NAS Moffett Field, California while my father served with VP-46. His name is AW1 Thomas G. Woolverton. His birthday is coming up and I want to get him a brass Zippo lighter from the squadron. I have a shirt and a hat coming. Can you please help me? My home phone is 405-395-9561. Thank you..." [26JAN2004]

WOOMACK, James A. jwoomack@yahoo.com "...I served with VAQ-208 (01/1972-09/1974)..." [04DEC2011]

WOOSENCRAFT, Kenneth J. KenIvyW@aol.com "...I served in VP-56 from June 1951 until January 1955. We flew PBM 5's and P5M 1's. The squadron was located at Breezy Point, NAS Norfolk, Virginia. I was a flight engineer on #4 until I became a Plane Captain on #6. The squadron went to Iceland, Norway, England, and Scotland in 1954 as part of OPERATION MAINBRACE which was a NATO operation. Hi to all former Shipmates..." [31JAN2002]

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WOOTEN, Ken "Butch" wootken@hotmail.com "...Made 3 deployments with VP-9 Avionics from 70/72 - NAS Adak, Alaska/ NAS Agana, Guam, NAS Iwakuni, Japan/ NAS Misawa, Japan, NAS Iwakuni, Japan/Utapao and Detachments to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii & NS Sangley Point, Philippines in between. Went to NAS North Island, San Diego, California as a VAST instructor & checked out in '77. Missed the "life" and tried the Okla Air Guard in the 80's but, even as a cook, I could not simulate a waterbuffalo steak or greasy Iwakuni taco. Keep on pingin'..." [06DEC99]

WOOTEN, Tony twooten39@sbcglobal.net "...I was an Aircrew Ordnanceman in VP-48 from 1984 to 1997 (deployments to NAS Adak, Alaska and then to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines). I then got out for a year, then went back in the Navy. I was sent to VP-56 (1988-Disestablishment) and went almost straight to NAS Sigonella, Sicily after a year back at NAS Jacksonville, Florida went to NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Upon return to the states they disestablished VP-56 and I went to VP-16 from 1990 to 1993 and went right back to NAS Adak, Alaska. I got out in 1993. I hope to hear from some of my old Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 12FEB2004 | E-Mail Updated 26AUG2001 | E-Mail Updated 16MAR2001 | E-Mail Updated 02SEP2000 | E-Mail Updated 04JUN2000 | 08JUL99]

WORD, F. B. BWord@austin.rr.com "...XO/CO VP-23 Sept 88-Oct 90...VP-44 73-77 & 84-87...VP-30 77-79 & 87-88...Commander, Patrol Wing Five (CPW-5) 82-84 & 90-92...NMPC S/DC Dallas 80-82...CNATRA 92-94...USAF Education & Training Command 94-97...Retired in Austin, TX..." [Updated E-Mail 03DEC99]

WORD, Walter c/o Loyd M. Thompson, Jr. loyd_thompson@hotmail.com "...I've had the great fortune to befriend Walter Word who served with both VPB-122 and VPB-119 as a pilot during WWII. During the past two years, I've had the priviledge of listening to his many stories from the war years. As Walt's friends and I prepare for his 82d birthday, I started researching a way to pay tribute to his service. Thanks to your website, I've been able to have both VPB-122 and VPB-119 insignas and artwork produced for him. Walt and members of one of his crews (sorry, I'm not familiar with the tail number, or other designation) have had re-unions for numerous years. Unfortunately, their numbers have started to decline as is inevitable with age. Recently, two members of that group were able to attend a re-union in Grandbury, Texas, where they participated in a patriotic salute to our veterans. Please post this to your VPB-122 and VPB-119 page and ask that members of those units who remember Walter Word to contact me via e-mail so that I can include their names make a part of his birthday celebration on April 13th. Thank you for the service you provide to the veteran community..." [04APR2004]

WORDEN, AEM3 Eugene "Wray" wary1@att.net "...An AEM3 on active duty from 1957 to 1959 assigned to VP-47 at NAS Alameda, California and TAD to NAS Iwakuni, Japan. So Sorry I didn't find out about the Reunion a couple of years ago. Would like very much to find AEM2 (at that time) James M. Campbell, also of VP-47 those dates and later assigned somewhere around Jacksonville, Florida (after shipping for 6). I was flight crew electrician and ECM operator in the EXEC's crew. Loved every minute of flight time. Later, until mid '61 assigned to VP-881 out of NAS Olathe, Kansas..." [09OCT2001]

WORK, ADJ3 Jim iwork2@tds.net "...I served with VT-24 Chase Field, Beeville, Texas from 1962 to 1966. Anyone out there still alive?..." [20DEC2002]

WORKMAN, AMAN Timothy J. workmant8@hotmail.com "...I am one of the VP-8 "Fighting Tigers" and I'm dam proud of my squadron. Prop planes are all too often overlooked by the civilian community. I am currently on my first deployment with VP-8 (first termer) at NAS Sigonella, Sicily. It's hot here but fun..." [28JUN2003]

WORLEY, Jim "Wooky" jim.l.worley@gmail.com "...I served with VQ-2 (1992-1997) as a BL Op and flew with many a great crew. I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [24OCT2013]

WORRELL, LCDR Dwight I. C/O His Son Dwight I. Worrell II p38jdiw@msn.com "...My dad, LCDR Dwight I. Worrell, flew A-3's for many years from early 1960's until his death July 9 1974. Dad flew with VQ-2. His last plane was TA-3B Buno 144863 R-00. I would like to hear from anyone who flew with my dad or new him in the VQ-2..." [04DEC2002]

WORRY, Stephanie Airman youngmom70@hotmail.com "...I served with VP-6 (1989-1992). I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 28JUL2011 | 04AUG98]

WORSHAM, ADCS William "Tom" Retired usco@msn.com "...I served with VP-50 (P5M-2) from 1962 to 1966, VP-40 (P-3B) from 1972 to 1976, VP-19 (P-3C) from 1980 to 1984 and the Fleet Reserve from 1984 to 1990. Since retirement I've been with a number of high tech companies in Silicon Valley. Am currently employed with KLA-Tencor Corp in San Jose. Hello to all my former NAS Moffett Field, California "Shipmates". Sure miss the deployments and comradere of the VP Navy family..." [12APR2008]

WORTHEN, Mark AWCVP62@aol.com "...Served in VP-22 From 7/79 to 11/82. After instructor duty at AW"A" school and a HS tour I went civilian in 11/87. Got into VP-67 as a reservist (USNR-R) 4/92 to 7/93. Now the SELRES OPS/TRNG CPO with VP-62 in NAS Jacksonville, Florida. Always good to hear from old shipmates..." [18DEC97]

WORTHY, James T. jworthy5025@bellsouth.net "...I attended Boot Camp at Bronson Field, Pensacola, Florida (1943) and VPB-2 OTU-4 (1943-1946) at NAAS Barin Field, Pensacola, Florida ("Bloody Barin"). VPB-2 OTU-4 was a training squadron. I worked on the flight line as a Plane Captain on the SNV (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft BT-13A) and SNJ (North American T-6 Texan), Parachute Loft (until WAVES came aboard and Operations (scheduling planes for flights of Cadets). I had a ball!..." [29JUL2011]

WOZNIAK, AT Jim jim@jwozniak.net "...I served with VP-19 (1959-1960) at NAS Alameda, California with a deployment to NAS Kodiak, Alaska. I was a ham radio operator in my off duty time..." [09MAY2016]

WOZNICK, AM2 Tim nyr1199@adelphia.net "...I was a member of VP-64 and just looking for contact with some of my former Shipmates..." [11JUL2005]

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