The table below contains the names of sailors who were assigned to the Star Lifters (VR 1). 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 13 crew members registered for the Star Lifters (VR 1).
|Radomski, Thomas (Ski)||AM 3||Feb 2, 1953 – Feb 1, 1957||I was a flight orderly,and married Afton Unander who worked in supply. Married her in May 1956, And will be married 56 years. Retired from M<ilwaukee P.D after 32 years.|
|Conger, Jimmy||aviation machinists mate 3rd class ADR-3||Dec 1956 – May 28, 1959||met my wife of 40 years Marilynn at a christmas dance in 56. dance was held in the decorated, main gate road gymnasium. Was snowing that night and she lived in Washington D.C. We waited for the old Atwood bus she rode.|
|Cauchon, Robert||ATN3||1965 – 1966||Great duty flying on the crew with the VIP's from the Navy and Washington DC.|
|Holden, Bruce||AZ2||1968 – 1970|
|Boswell, Dan- Bozz||AN||1968 – 1969||Looking for old shipmates|
|Ehrgott, Ron||AMS3||Apr 1968 – Dec 1969||Came aboard about the time they moved from Paxt River to NAS Norfolk|
|Spano, Dom||AE3||Jan 31, 1969 –|
|Sweet, Chuck||E-3 AE||Dec 10, 1969 – May 20, 1971||Does anyone remember the old C-118's and C131's|
|Larry, Shaffer||ADR3||1970 – Oct 19, 1973|
|Roberts, Curtis||ADJ-3||Jul 17, 1970 –||VR-1 was the best tour of duty experienced. Left the Navy as AD-1 in 1985. Currently with the National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service, an office of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.|
|Hudson, Dan||AE2||Nov 1970 – Nov 1972||Visited the Naval Air Museum at Pensicola, saw one of our C-118's. Felt real old to see one of our planes in a museum.|
|Schultea, Patrick||LT||May 27, 1972 – May 27, 1975||Navigator on c118 and c131|
|Smith, Eric||YN3||Nov 11, 1999 – Nov 22, 2002||Best Duty Station my entire Naval career. Commander Tettelbach was the best Officer there was!|
There are currently no planned reunions.