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Pukin' Dogs (VF 143) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Pukin' Dogs (VF 143). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?

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There are 36 crew members registered for the Pukin' Dogs (VF 143).

NameRank/RatePeriodRemarks/Photo
Durrant, RalphAMS 3Nov 1964 – May 1966Made cruise of 1965 & 1966 on the USS Ranger. Out of all the squadrons and ships I had been assigned to VF 143 Pukin Dogs was my proudest unit in 22 1/2 years in the Navy. Have great memories of being a Pukin Dog.
Houck, William profile iconE4/AQJul 1965 – Sep 30, 1968
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McAllister, RaymondanAug 30, 1965 – Sep 28, 1968Like to contact anyone who flew off the Connie on or around Sept. 28 1968 to be discharged on COD and we were diverted to Danang.
Mitchell, JerryPN11966 – 1967
Price, MikeE41966 – Sep 21, 1967I spent two fantastic years in the world famous Pukin' Dogs aboard the USS Ranger and USS Constellation (both in Bremerton and scheduled for dismantling). Some of my shipmates were Charlie Hummel, & Dick Long.
Souder, JamesCommanderMar 16, 1966 – Dec 15, 1967
Brzozowski, Len (Bski)Aqf21967 – 1970
Winters, J. WayneE-4Feb 2, 1969 – Aug 197110 months Viet Nam cruise Aug 69 Constellation. Corrosion Control and Periodic Inspection. F-4 J. 4 months USS Enterprise. 1971
Jaworski, Jeffrey, SkiAirmanMar 14, 1969 – Jun 10, 1970Imone of the Old Dogs,Served as A Plane Captain On F-4 Phantom on 69-70 West-Pac. On return attended Rigger A School ,was then sent to VF-154 Black Knights
Trinkley, KarlADJ 31970 – 1972I was in the line division, plane captain, in Vf-143. I made the 1971 to 72 west-pac to viet nam on the Enterprise.
Allen, John (Jack)ADJ-3Jun 15, 1970 – Sep 12, 1971Served my last three months in the Navy aboard the "Big E" attached to VF-143 Jet Shop. Since I was the "shortest" guy in the squadron, naturally I got assigned to every unrep and sh__ job on the ship but such in life.
Myers, DanaE-5Aug 21, 1970 – Aug 21, 1976
Malmo, RogerAO31971 – 1973At 63,I think back and I'm very proud too have served!! Even though we never received a home coming like they get today. I'm glad they are respected today! God Bless all who serve our great country!!!
Brown, David /brother Brownae3Sep 13, 1971 – Jun 1974i'd like to hear from old shipmates from '71 to '74
Rickie, RickPN2Nov 15, 1971 – Dec 23, 1974
Smith, Steve, SmittyAO2Mar 2, 1972 – Jul 1976USED TO BE A GREAT OUTFIT, LOST CMDR H. HALL on 27 Jan 73.,, the last day of the war while still flying F-4J's. Picked up a Cmdr Dan Pederson who then become our x.o. and on to skipper later. Aagin, great outfit back th
Parkinson, Tom -AQ1Jan 1, 1974 – Feb 1, 1977Moved with VF-143 from West Coast to Oceana. Then Med Cruise 76 on the America. Had a great time.
Barnhard, Jamie / BarnyADANApr 1, 1974 – Dec 10, 1975I was a plane captain and assigned to the Det at Pt. Mugu for project UP II I was MEDIVACD off the America in Dec of 1975
Garcia Jr, Robert EE3Jun 14, 1974 – Dec 23, 1977Served w/ the last of the real sailors! I know where "Kool-Aid" is!!!
Turner, William , BillADJAN1976 – 1979SERVERD WITH THE FINNEST MEN IN THE NAVY ! I WAS A PLANE CAPTAIN , LINE SHACK .
Hill, JohnAME31976 – 1979Great times at Va. Beach and on the America and Ike. Hope to hear from some of my old shipmates.
Scott, Michael / ScottyAE-3Sep 1976 – Oct 1979AE-Shop Where are all the old DOGS from the first 2 F-14 cruises on America.
Lee, DavidAO2Sep 10, 1976 – Dec 10, 1979Great times aboard the USS America and Eisenhower! I recall flight deck operations for 12 hours and then a game of spades or a rerun of the Muppet Show at night. The F 14 was quite a marvel and a pleasure to maintain.
Market, Doug / BearAE 3Sep 25, 1976 – Jun 26, 1978The crew was tuff and the pilots were fearless. We had pride.
Davidson, Garye-5Jun 10, 1977 – Dec 2, 1980worked in corrosion control had a great time had good time with the guys from the seat shop. I was the one from nyc
Cary, KennethAO21978 –
Bowles, RandyAE-5May 9, 1979 – Dec 17, 1985Looking for a good friend can't remember how he spelled last name, I think it was Moran as in Chief Mike Moran
Dingus, WilliamAMS3Sep 21, 1979 – May 23, 1983Was One of the Best Commands to be with!
Dziubek, Robert (Ski)AMH 3Oct 1979 – Mar 1982worked corrosion control
Goff, JohnYN2Jan 15, 1980 – Dec 15, 1981Departed Norfolk 13 Apr 80 and returned 22 Dec 80. That was one helluva loooooooong cruise. NAS Oceana never looked so. Damned good.
Mays, StevenYNS1983 – 1985Served with VF 143 Pukin Dogs as a Yeomen,
Gillard, Wayne GillAOANJul 15, 1987 – Jan 25, 1991
Ferguson, TerrenceMC1Jan 1988 – Aug 1992what s up gill? This is Ferg. I talk to lake off and on hit me when you get a minute. 770-633-1986
Villarreal, ScottAE-3Jun 4, 1996 – Jun 4, 2000
Starr, Mark EdwardAMS2(AW)Oct 10, 1996 – Oct 16, 2000These were the best times in my life (and the worst). We worked hard for the mission and kicked butt! Hell we went around the world twice during my tour and I made many friends.
Masobwikam, AtzlanAO3Mar 7, 1998 – Sep 29, 2001M-80

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