The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Wild Aces (VA 152). 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 16 crew members registered for the Wild Aces (VA 152).
|Muggenburg, Paul||SK3||1960 – 1960||I was attached to the AD6 squadron VA-152, but was assigned to the S6 aircraft supply group when on a cruise . It was good duty with a great bunch of guys! My 2 best friends were Dick Sargent & Mel Major, but I liked all|
|Griffin, D. Joseph||YN3||Oct 30, 1962 – Aug 31, 1964||I joined VA-152 in 1962 while at NAS Moffitt Field. The squadron moved to NAS Alameda & did a WestPac cruise on the Coral Sea (CVA 43) in 1963. VA-152 Det. Zulu deployed to Bien Hoa, Vietnam in 1964.|
|Quinton, Roy||PO3class||Jan 1, 1964 – Dec 31, 1965||I served in NAS Alameda along with a friend of mine an African American named Whitaker not sure how its spelled been looking to find him if you folks served in Tonkin gulf or alameda and remember or know him 2085241958|
|Rae, George (Tom)||AO3||Mar 16, 1964 – Nov 11, 1964||Loaded air strikes, trained VietNamese enlisted, weapons systems maint, ordnance buildup....|
|Underwood, Samuel||ADR3||Apr 1, 1964 – Jan 1, 1965||Was TAD from VA-165 and assigned to 152 for deployment to Bien Hoa, Vietnam. Stayed in the Navy and retired as Chief in 1980.|
|Cimino, Chester (Chet)||Airman||1965 – 1968||worked the flight deck as a plane captain on the Spads. Best and worst ti.es of my life.Those were the times of pride and loyalty. Any VA152 line division members still around contact me.|
|Tyo, Bill||AD EM3||Mar 1965 – Jan 16, 1967||Spent 2 yrs with VA 152 from early 1965 till my discharge in Jan 1967....was aboard the USS Oriskany with the squadron in late 1966 when the ship caught on fire,lost a lot of good men and officers ont that cruise of 66|
|Jones, Jake||ao3||1966 – 1968||Looking for R.E.Brittain AO3 that was in va152 in 1966.|
|Lehrmann, Kenneth||3rd class adj3||1967 –||Looking for anyone who remembers my husband, Ken Lehrmann, Jet Mechanic & troubleshooter 1967. Also wanting to get in touch with Alfred Procopio Jr. please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ackerman, Hank||ATN3||Jan 1968 – Nov 10, 1969|
|Shipman, Wayne||ADJ 3||Mar 1968 – Dec 1969||Worked out of Powerplants, and Line Troubleshooter|
|Murr, Sheldon||YN3||May 1968 – Dec 1968||None|
|Bennett, Ed||E-4||Nov 1, 1968 – Jul 1, 1971||Ernie Shuldhiess passed away this year. My phone number is 434-476-1723 if anyone remembers me. I really was not that good of a sailor.|
|Loya, Jose (Joe)||ATN 2||Dec 15, 1968 – Jan 29, 1971||Any of you bums still kicking. If so, would love to hear from you, especially Henry, Smitty, George Dalke, Mose. Hope to find you guys before I kick the bucket.|
|Cramer, Mike||AQF||Jan 5, 1969 – Jan 29, 1971||Jones & Shivley shop supervisors. Bennet, Cramer, Bonner, Wilson, Foster, Nakahara, Muse, Blair and Shuldneiss in the shop. Any of you guys out there?|
|Mosley, William||ATR3||Nov 30, 1969 – Jan 29, 1971||Looking for anyone in VA-152 who were in the detachment that went into Chu Lai on May 17 1970 and also went back on May 22 1970 to check out aircraft.|
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