The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Screamin Eagles (VF 51). 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 20 crew members registered for the Screamin Eagles (VF 51).
|Tenneson, Steven||ATR2||1902 – 1967||Sailed with VF-51 around the horn on the Connie in 1962 and two WESTPACS on the TICO.|
|Hunt, Royce||AT2||May 15, 1959 – Jun 30, 1962||Avionics electronics got me interested so that I went to college & became an electrical engineer, worked At NASA Space Center in Huntsville, Ala 1963-1973 and designed microwave ovens 1973 until retirement in 2000.|
|Summers, Ermal Neil||ATN2-AT1||May 21, 1962 – Aug 1, 1963||Adv to AT1 on WesPac and reenlisted for "B" School. 4 AUG 62 crossed equator on USS Constellation. Made lots of friends and good memories.|
|Anderson, Andy||AME 3||Jun 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1964||My shop was the very last area of the hanger deck, the coffee pot was close by. I recall someone stole the coffee pot. bad news.. I was off loaded for about 3 months,Atsugi and olongapo philippines.Flight deck 2 weeks,o2|
|Barzare, Preston||ADJ3||Aug 1963 – Aug 5, 1967||Serving aboard the USS Ticonderoga CVA14 VF-51 was a blessing. I retired with a career in aviation which I enjoyed doing.|
|Davis, Robert||E3||1965 – 1966||I am Deneena Davis, the daughter and only child of Robert N Davis. I am looking for anyone who served with him. He passed away 10-16-10 and he is dearly missed.|
|Babcock, Ronald||AZ3||Feb 1, 1965 – Jul 1, 1966||is there anyone else that served aboard the USS Ticonderoga that is fighting the VA for agent orange comp?|
|Drajna, Fred||AE2||May 10, 1965 – Jul 10, 1966||I reported onboard in June avter traveling from Jacksonville FL. Some of the squadron was at operation sand blast. We did ORE off of Hawaii followed by probably the only 6 month deployment to Viet Nam.|
|Dress, Bob||AO||Jul 1973 – Jan 1977|
|Mason, Charles||AN||Apr 1974 – Apr 1977||I worked in the power plant shop VF-51 ADJ 1974-1977|
|Carrubba, Earle||AQ1||Jul 1975 – Jun 1981||Did transistion from F-8s to F-14s. Made One cruise on Constellation.|
|Carrubba, Earle||AQCS||Jul 1981 – Oct 1985||Made first 2 cruises on board Carl Vinson CVN-70. TAD to CVW-15 on first cruise as NX Flight Deck Maintenance Chief. Squadron fight deck coordinator on second cruise.|
|Johnson, William||OS1||Jun 1984 – Mar 1985|
|Leyva, Alex||E-5||Jul 29, 1984 – May 21, 1987|
|Thompson, David Ak3||AK3 Thompson||May 18, 1985 – Jan 29, 1988|
|Whisner, Richard||AME2||May 1, 1986 – May 6, 1988||Westpac 86-87 aboard CVN70. Watched 7 guys swept overboard and 1 get crushed under jet on elevator 1 within two weeks of deployment. Lox farm NAS Miramar QA MBGru7 seat shop. Saw Lt. Samolovich after flat spin ejection|
|Nelson, Larry||AO2||May 12, 1987 – Feb 16, 1991|
|Halfaker, Thomas||YNCS||Jul 1989 – Sep 1990|
|Dotson, Darvin||YN1(SW/AW/FMF) DARVIN DOTSON||Feb 6, 1992 – Jul 6, 1994|
|Morris, David||E-4/YN3||Sep 1992 – Jun 1994||I can't believe that I am the first to put myself on this webpage since the Screaming Eagles of VF 51 was the finest F-14 Squadron ever|
There are currently no planned reunions.