The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Valions (VA 15). 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 26 crew members registered for the Valions (VA 15).
|Moody, James/jim||ADAN||Apr 12, 1952 – Nov 27, 1952||I was aboard when we collided with the USS Hobson on 26 April 1952 at 2236 hrs. The Hobson sunk in just over 4 mins|
|Calvo, Agustine||ATN3||Jun 1956 – 1958||VA-15 Valions were part of CAG1, First Group to be assigned to the New Super Carrier the USS Forrestal CVA-59, First port, Guantanamo Bay, First Med Cruise, North Atlantic Cruise. Many good shipmates. Our Electronic Shop|
|Clark, Harry||Ams/3||1959 – 1960|
|Lammers, Randy||YN2||1967 – 1968||Worked in Admin. Never met such a great group of people.|
|Carrera, Joseph||Airman||Jan 7, 1967 – Dec 1, 1968||Looking for James Walton|
|Woods, Jim||ATN-3||1968 – 1969|
|Walker, Michael (M.a.)||AT2||1969 – 1971||Made the 1970 and 1971 Med Cruise aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42|
|Corbett, William (Bill)||VA-15||Jul 1969 – Jan 1972||I served from Jan. 16, 1968 to Jan. 16, 1972. Boot camp in Great Lakes, A school in Memphis, assigned to VA-174 at Cecil Field, assigned to VA-15 mid 1969 that became VA-67 served aboard the FDR in 70 & 71.|
|Miller, Robert (Bobby)||AQF3||Jun 19, 1970 – Jan 30, 1972||Plane captains on the A-7's|
|Greathouse, Bob||AQF2||Jul 1970 – Jun 1971|
|Watson, Mark||AMH3||1971 – 1972||Flight deck trouble shooter and slot checker|
|Curtis, Gary "Christian"||PR2||Jul 1971 – Sep 1972|
|Watson, Mark||AMH3||Oct 1971 – Dec 1972||Hyd Shop During Med trip and ended up working as Flight Deck troublshooting/slot check night shift.|
|Guffey, Ronnie||AMS3||Feb 1972 – Mar 1973||long cruise, bad weather, I never want to go to Europe again.|
|Coston, Garry||YNSN||Dec 12, 1974 – Jul 7, 1975||Was assigned to the VA-15 Valions who were embarked on the Rosie with CVW-6. I did 20 years in the Navy, and Rosie was my first ship, and my best ship. Will never forget the Carrier that did more with the least.|
|Paynes, John||AD3||May 1, 1978 – Sep 25, 1981||my first unit in the navy. made some good friends here. i was hoping to find them.|
|Williams, Jimmie||AN||Jun 1978 – Dec 1979||I had a great time in VA 15 I was a plane caption before I went to the engine shop|
|Nunez, Hector||AMS3||Jun 1, 1978 – Aug 8, 1979|
|Cowley, Brian/crawdaddy||AE-2||1980 – 1983||TAD to AIMD Reif,Fuller,Panizzo,Chuba,Olrich,Belliza,Macadoo YIPPIE YI A|
|McManamy, John||AEAN||Jan 1980 – Sep 1983|
|Thompson, James||AD3||Aug 15, 1980 – Aug 30, 1982|
|Ward, Peter||AMEC(AW)||1981 – 1984||The Indy was a good ship. My tour with VA-15 onboard the Indy was memorable, to be certain!|
|Hudson, Alan E.||AMH E-5||Jan 1, 1981 – May 1, 1984||AirFramer (Hydraulics)|
|Case, George||CWO4||Apr 17, 1981 – May 15, 1985||This was without a doubt the finest organization that I ever served with|
|Minard, Shawn||AQ3||1982 – 1985|
|Kowalski, Jeffrey||AO3||1983 – 1985||i went to grenda and to lebanon aboard the Indy. i met alot of great people aboard that ship. My memories are all great! I am proud to say I served aboard the Indy|
There are currently no planned reunions.