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Gunfighters (VF 124) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Gunfighters (VF 124). 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 46 crew members registered for the Gunfighters (VF 124).

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Champagne, NathanUnknownDec 1945 –My name is Kyle Champagne grandson of NathanJosephChampagne he was on the Coral Sea/Anzio 1945He passed away in 1979 a few years before I was born. If any info/pictures of him please contact me I do not know his command
Austin, JereAE-21959 – 1961I was just enlisted AD, but loved every minute. Very proud to be a member of the fighter squadron and maintaing the F8's. I Particularly remember our TDY to Yuma and the nights in San Luis. Also the squadron party and ..
Wingo, RaymondAMH 2Aug 3, 1959 – Jan 31, 1963I wish to make contact with anyone that can remember that far back.
Bush, Larryamh-2Sep 6, 1959 – Dec 18, 1962
Brown, James1960 –
Jones, Russell/russ profile iconDMSN, DM3, DM2Apr 1961 – Oct 1962Was involved with the move from Moffett Field to NAS Miramar.
Gareau, DenisAE2Jan 1966 – Mar 1969
Cafferty, JohnSNJan 3, 1966 – Oct 10, 1967Miss a lot of the guys in the squadron (officers & enlisted) and the good times in San Diego, Yuma & San Luis. An F8 and a 124 pilot can take any F4 spook anytime! Phantoms forever!
Walston, Jo DeanANJun 1966 – Jun 1967First command out of boot camp worked the line division, I enjoyed my time as a F8 Plane captain. I liked it so much I stayed 30 years retired as E9 in June 1996
Raupp, KenAO3Jul 10, 1966 – Nov 3, 1967remember jumping back gate to go down to la jolla for wine women and beach fun.good times
McCormack, JohnE-4Mar 15, 1967 – Apr 1, 1969Worked in the Check Crew as an Aviation Electricians Mate
Cremeans, GlenAEANApr 1967 – Mar 1968
Martin, WayneADJ3Apr 1967 – Apr 1969I just found this site --6/2/2018 and hoping to connect with old friends.
McCormack, John (Mac) profile iconAE-2Apr 1, 1967 – Mar 1, 1969
Kennison, ThomasAE-3Apr 18, 1967 – Apr 9, 1969When I checked in I spent 3 months barracks cleaning.1LT.Div.Then to the Line Div. as a Plane Captain.I had great experiences, while on the line.Bombing runs to Yuma, CarQual's on the Carriers. I made E-4 Apr.68 AE shop
Kennison, Thomas- T.k.AE-3Apr 19, 1967 – Apr 9, 1969Checked in April 67.1Lt.Div.for 6months.Line div. Plane Captain.6 months. Made AE3 April 68 transferred to AE shop.Did bombing runs to Yuma. CarQuals on carriers. East Coast USS AMERICA. Went to Fleet Sqdn. VFP-63 4-69
Balascio, Albert / AlAMH-2 E5May 1967 – 1973
Farber, BillyE-4Oct 29, 1968 – Oct 25, 1969
Roff, ThomasPR-3 - RETIRED AS NCCS(SW)1969 – 1972I was a PR-3 with VF-124's paraloft. Worked with Bob Swain, Roy "Amos" Regian, Bob Gould, & others I can't remember. We lived in the open bay barracks and rode cattle car to work. Tiajuana, Mexico was great liberty.
Austin, WilliamSNJul 1969 – Jul 1970Recognize some of the names listed.
Rasor, John (Tom) profile iconAE-5Jul 15, 1969 – Sep 30, 1971This was my training squadron before going on to VF-24
Nelson, StanleyADJANSep 1, 1969 – Mar 30, 1970Was in VF-124 training for plane captain and ground handling of F-8
Kuch, ChristopherAMS3Jun 1973 – Oct 1976The best time of my life. Looking for Vincent Paul Latino, Modesto, CA, Walley Traci Windor, Kansas, and Hemminger of the paint shop.
Mills, GlennAT E31974 – 1975
Heard, ChuckAN1974 – 1975Great place to work ,great squadron and Miramar was awesome
Wright, SamuelAQ1Jan 1976 – Dec 1979"RAG" SAYS IT ALL!!!
Jones, Anthony profile iconAMS3 -E4Jan 10, 1979 – May 1982I really miss the F-14 Tomcats. I still remember the 26 signals we had to do before a lunch. I also remember the first day at the Line Shack they told me to go out on the line and bring back a PAD EYE. Boy what a laugh
Stevens, MichaelAirmanJul 1979 – Nov 1982
Schlobohm, JimAD3Aug 9, 1979 – Oct 10, 1981good times learned a lot from good people.
Ruiz, RoqueAO2Dec 1980 – Dec 1982
Royce, DaveAME21981 – 1983
Lowery, PatYN1Jul 1982 – Jun 1986
Eggert, LoriAR E11983 –
Rooney, PatAD3Mar 1983 – Dec 1985
Witt, David /djAO2Jul 1984 – Aug 1987
Larson, Martin -marty- Aic Callsign VikingOS1 AICSAug 20, 1984 – Jun 14, 1987spent three of the best years as one of your controllers at fasfacsvacapes. any one out that wants to drop a note, it would be great to hear from ya'll.
Wilcox, GordonPH1Apr 11, 1985 – Feb 28, 1987
Frazier, Jenniferams3Dec 1, 1986 – Oct 27, 1988The best job I ever had!
Smith, StephenAO2Apr 1, 1987 – Dec 15, 1989Miss all the friends and the good times we shared. Mostly miss the roar of the engines from the F-14 Tomcat. That "bird" will always be my baby!!!
Gora, AngoraATANSep 5, 1987 – May 9, 1989Looking for my shop mates.
Javier, PaulAOanOct 1, 1987 – Apr 1, 1988Good time's!

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