The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Bounty Hunters (VF 2). 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 29 crew members registered for the Bounty Hunters (VF 2).
|Kendrick, Trinkle (Gene)||GM 3/c||Nov 5, 1956 – Nov 3, 1960||recuit training USNTC Bainbridge MD 11/)05/1956--01 /1957 Co 178,rest of time on USS Hunt DD 674.|
|Turner, Steven||E-5/E-6 (AMH)||Mar 1972 – Sep 1976||Where is everyone from the 74-75 evac cruise. Wayne Freeman, Roger Raines, Tom Garlock, George Wentt|
|Fenske, Rodney||E5||Aug 28, 1972 – Jul 19, 1976||Make the 74-75 westpac in the AMH shop with John Chung, Dave Forson, Ordall, Chief Gabby,|
|Nette, Keith||AD2||Oct 1972 – Sep 1977|
|Summer, Greg||E4||Oct 2, 1972 – Nov 28, 1974||Where are you guys from VF2 AMH shop? First Wespac for VF2 on the enterprise.|
|Cassata, Jp||adj 3||Jan 1973 – May 1976||Enjoyed the westpac cruise, still proud of job we did. Liberty was a blast. Would like to see or hear from some buds.|
|Brown, William E (Brown Eye)||AME2||Mar 8, 1973 – Mar 8, 1978||Made two West Pacs. loved Olongopo.|
|Yates, Steve||AQ3||Mar 15, 1973 – Aug 22, 1977|
|Thames, Bernie (Max)||AE2||Feb 15, 1974 – Apr 30, 1975||Would like to hear from anyone aboard the " Big E" that has developed complications from possible exposure to Agent Orange. Anyone that has gotten V.A. to admit that Agent Orange was in fact in the S. China Sea.|
|Thames, Max||AE2||Apr 1974 – May 1975|
|Crane, George Doc Crane||HM2||May 1974 – 1978||I miss the squad you guys were the best. The first 3 wespac were great|
|Ryback, Jim||PLANE CAPTAIN||Nov 15, 1974 – Oct 22, 1978||Made 3 west-pacs|
|Mills, Glenn||AT E4/E5||1975 – 1977|
|Wallace, Mike||AO2||Apr 1975 – Aug 1976||Joind the VF 2 beach detachment end of March 1975 at Miramar. A few days later they said Pack your sea bag you're flying to the PI. Had a good time at Olongapo. Y'all remember all the ships jampacked with refugees.|
|Snow, Richard||AMS3||Aug 1976 – Sep 1978||looking for shipmates from the squadron|
|Blackmon, Randy||E-4||Oct 1, 1976 – Feb 1, 1978||I have great memories associated with my duty assignment to VF-2 as an AZ. I was only 17-20 years old and it was a meaningful experience to put it mildly. I'd love to hear from some of the men in the squadron.|
|Merzigian, Michael||Plane Captain||Dec 1976 – Jul 6, 1980||I met the Squadron(and Enterprise) in P I as the westpac was under way. Was 18 at the time so it sure was a different life but the crew was very welcoming and the guys showed me around. Nice to see some familiar names !|
|Chamberlain, David (Doc)||HN||Feb 1977 – Feb 1978||Best squadron ever. Didn't get to stay (cuts to squadron size) but will forever love the F-14 due to time served in this squadron. Loved being at Miramar, miss the friends and the old San Diego.|
|McNeeley, Russ||AT3||Jun 1, 1978 – Jun 3, 1980|
|Lauing, Lance||AMS3||Jul 1978 – Jun 1980||Ships were wood men were iron!|
|Cremonese, Michael||PHAN||Aug 1, 1981 – Jan 13, 1984|
|Wilcox, Gordon||PH2||Feb 11, 1983 – Feb 28, 1985|
|Ashby, Charles||Ao2||1984 – 1988||If you are not having fun you are not doing it right|
|Crain, Chuck||AME2||Apr 1, 1987 – Jun 1, 1995|
|Hillestad, Todd/biscuit||at3||Nov 1990 – Mar 1994||where is at1 gardner , smitty, morales, and wally|
|Maple, Paul||AN/PC||Sep 1992 – Sep 1994|
|Holt, Robert||E4||Jul 1, 1996 – Jun 1, 2000|
|Johnson, John||YN2/YN1||Jun 15, 1997 – Jun 17, 2001||Great squadron and great group during time. Many great cruises onboard CONSTELLATION.|
|Taylor, Ronald||AD1||Mar 2001 – May 2003|
There are currently no planned reunions.