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Grim Reapers (VF 101) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Grim Reapers (VF 101). 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 69 crew members registered for the Grim Reapers (VF 101).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – now

Sigler, WayneE4,5Aug 1956 – Jan 1960Was an AT for VF-101 F4D's. Worked for a chief by the name of Kieffer....Anybody remember him?
Ray, GaryE31958 – Jan 6, 1961We moved from Cecal Field in Jacksonville Fla to Boca Chico Field Key West in 1959
Cowin, PaulPN1959 – 1962
Fenimore, Raymond (Kit)po3Sep 1959 – Feb 1961
Davies, Calamh2Sep 15, 1959 – Dec 22, 1962had a great tour in 101 would like to hear from anyone who was there during those dates i worked a ;lot of the time on second shift maint
Prince, WilliamAT31961 – 1965I spent some time as an F4 plane captain and the balance of my tour in the AT radar shop. Some of the guys that I served with were Bill Costello/Sam Acosta/Larry Hancock/Luke Easter/Bill Meehan. All great guys.
Pytko, Charles (Bud)ADJ3 to ADJ11961 – 1966Joined VF101-Det A at NAS Ocean, VA after 'B" School Summer of 1961. Detachment dissolved in 1963 to join main Squadron at NAS Key West.
Piccinetti,jr., Thomas A.s/aOct 1963 – 1964looking for BillCurtin
Caudell, KennethAZ31965 – 1968Was assigned to Maintenance Control so was in contact with all the guys in the squadron...assigned JCNs to all departments to work on the aircrafts...what a great experience it was........
Thornton, Don profile iconAQ21965 – Feb 10, 1968I spent almost three years in VF101, Key West. I really enjoyed the Navy and the work I did. I met my wife there. We are married for almost 52 years now. Looking for shipmates. My only regret is not staying in.
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Kazimir, WilliamAE3Jun 1965 – Dec 18, 1967
White, Bill / WhiteyAMH 2. E5Apr 1966 – Oct 1969Bill White, Would like to find friends who were in the Airframes shop between April 1966 to October 1969
Hoh, George profile iconAQF 3May 1966 – 1968Worked in AQ shop repairing F4 missile guidance system APQ 72 for 2 1/2 years. Dont remember many names - Dan Riozzi, Don Yoder, Chief Kennemer, Lt Roffee
Salsi, BurkeRD2Apr 1967 – Mar 1969Great duty. Worked at GCI as an RD. From there went to a gunboat in VN. Went from sleepy paradise to getting shot at . Names of friends remembered at VF-101 were Warren Meinen, David Aaron, B. Decker, B. Miller.
Baldwin, DavidRD2Sep 1, 1967 – Sep 1, 1969GCI "Tarpon Control" had a great group of officers, NCO's, and enlisted men to work with. I have many fond memories, especially the fishing and snorkeling trips to the reef and Marqusis Keys. Dinner invatations, so good!
Anderson, DaleANNov 1967 – Nov 1969changed rate from AN to SN. station at NAS Key West Fla
Long, FrankGMG 3Mar 1968 – Dec 1, 1968
Smith, James (Smitty)AMS2Mar 1968 – Jan 1971I worked in the Air frame shop working on the F4 Phantom, I ended up as the Corrosion Control petty officer when Will Flood was discharged. I made two west coast and one east coast carrier qual! Lkg. for L.D. Sinnett
Meinen, WarrenAMS2Apr 1968 – Apr 5, 1971Boca Chica then Oceana.I was a p.c. briefly and then check crew, nights. some names remembered: Burke Salsi, Donnie Herrin, Tommy Benson, Ken Millslagle, Noel Gilbert, Steve Petit, George Homziak, Jess Delia, fun times.
Ansin, MarshallPO3Apr 1968 –
Plymale, Robert (Bob)YN2Oct 1968 – Jun 1, 1970I was assigned to the Admin Office, then transferreds to the Legal Dept. when the clerk YN1 was transferred inland in Nam. I remained there until my discharge.
Bennett, Bill profile iconAO3Apr 1969 – Feb 1971Was in the AO shop and flight line trouble shooter.
Denison, DonE4Apr 15, 1969 – Jun 15, 1970I worked as a Plane Captain. Had a great time!
Brooks, Robert/bob profile iconADJ-3May 1969 – Sep 1970Was in the power plant shop in Key West NAS Boca Chica. Lt. Beach was our reporting Officer.
Eureyecko, FrankE3Jun 1, 1969 – Jan 7, 1971PC from 69-71 KW. Can't recall any names! Anyone recognizes me give me a shout!
Dodds, RobAE31970 – 1973My first assignment was on the line crew, then transferred to the AZ office and finally to the AE shop. I met many fine people in VF 101, great duty, glad to have served there.
McNally, JohnAT 21970 – 1973Three great years in the VF 101 det Key West AT shop
Phillips, Gene profile iconAEANFeb 1970 – Jun 1970Just there for FRAMP. I did my school at Cherry Point MCAS in North Carolina and OJT in VF-101 Oceana detachment
Albright, JosephAEANApr 26, 1970 – Jul 28, 1973I was a line rat the 39 months I was in 101. I worked mid-nights for my last 2 years as a p/c. Loved it. David Pullen, Tony Blair, Donze, and little Smitty are names that readily come to mind.
Huffman, DarrelAZ21971 – 1974
Leon, WilliamPNSNJan 3, 1971 – Jun 18, 1972Great place to start my naval career. Capt. McCormick and then Capt. Hernandez were the best in the fighter community. Both made Admiral. Great place to live down there in Key West.
Stonesifer, LarryAO3Jan 3, 1971 – Dec 23, 1971Med cruise in 71, Weapons crew VF-101 Det 66 Crew would know me only as Stoney Good crew, good duty. only it was a CVA-66 then. Squadron was VF-101 DET66. Micky Knaus club. Comander was Knaus. Live outside phila
Bullington, BullANMar 1971 – Jul 1972 I was 2nd mech and P/C on night check. I'm afraid that after all this time I remember more faces than names. Names That come to mind are Richard Barr, Pete Aponte, Hovermale and Tim Trawick.
Koger, GeorgeAQ-3Jun 1971 – Jul 1975Remember David Wear and our Supervisor was a big guy at 6' 6" and 325 lbs. I worked 2nd shift at the base. Lived at base housing off Key West. We had one of the first female AQ,s in the Navy assigned to our shop.
Anderson, James "Andy"AK3Mar 1, 1972 – Oct 18, 1975I arrived at VF101 in early 1972, and was assigned TAD to the mess hall. I spent 3 months in the bakery before being assigned to VF101 Supply, where I worked in Material Control until my discharge in October 1975.
Surman, Herbert "Skip"AMSDec 1972 – Jun 1976Went from 101, toVA65, Got out, got A&P liscence, worked in Gen. Aviation, to NARF NORVA, to NADEP Cherry Point, retired,now living in New Bern, NC. Always had a good time with my old buddies from 101!
Eshleman, DavidE2Dec 15, 1972 – Nov 20, 1974Looking for Seaman John Lynch
Beal, EdAOANMay 1, 1973 – May 1, 1975Looking for anyone from the AO group 73 to 75. Or anyone that remembers a pylon being ejected from a plane while inside the hanger in 1975
Miller, RandyAme 2Dec 12, 1973 – Jul 5, 1977TAD to line div for a year then went to AME shop. Worked nights most of the time. Great place to start navy career.

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