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Panchame, MauroBe - Devilers (VF 74)E5AMSJul 6, 1976 – Jul 1980I did 3 tours in med cruise from 1976 - 1980. I was attached to the airframe and hydraulic shop. I started as E1 and ended as an E5. Looking for Juancho Virata who left to the Philippines in 1980.
Perkolup, PeterBe - Devilers (VF 74)e4squadronDec 20, 1965 – Aug 4, 1968At the time of the fire I was night check. I was sleeping in the rear compartment on the port side. When general quarters sounded I left the compartment and I was first and last out on the port side.
Pummill, Darrel DubJolly Rogers (VF 84)AMS3squadronFeb 28, 1962 – Mar 15, 1964Sittin here getting old and thinking about my good friends in airframes shop
Petrillo, FrankSilver Kings (VF 92)ADJ-PCCheck Crew, Line, PowerPLants, Cubi Beach Det1971 – 1975Best 4 years of my life without a doubt. What an experience and a great group of guys to be associated with. Nothing compares to that time in my life. Too many names to list, mentors and friends that will be remembered.
Phillips, EdSilver Kings (VF 92)atn2electronicsJan 5, 1966 – Sep 12, 1969was flight deck tweet 1st wespac, then became ECM AIMD specialist fixed the black boxes for 2nd and 3rd wespacs. just got off duty jan 14 at 8:19 AM a day I'll Never forget. any body from that era say Hi
Porter, JohnSilver Kings (VF 92)AMH2Air GroupAug 5, 1964 – Apr 10, 1965
Patterson, JamesFighting Falcons (VF 96)E-3Line DivisionFeb 1969 – Nov 1970Looking for buddies in the Houston area that served aboard the USS Enterprise in 69 and the USS America in 70.
Parks, DavidGrim Reapers (VF 101)E-5Material ControlAug 1, 1997 – Jan 1, 2001There couldnt have been a better group of people in my military career
Phillips, Gene profile iconGrim Reapers (VF 101)AEANsquadronFeb 1970 – Jun 1970Just there for FRAMP. I did my school at Cherry Point MCAS in North Carolina and OJT in VF-101 Oceana detachment
Piccinetti,jr., Thomas A.Grim Reapers (VF 101)s/asquadronOct 1963 – 1964looking for BillCurtin
Plymale, Robert (Bob)Grim Reapers (VF 101)YN2VF-101, NAS Key West, FLOct 1968 – Jun 1, 1970I was assigned to the Admin Office, then transferreds to the Legal Dept. when the clerk YN1 was transferred inland in Nam. I remained there until my discharge.
Porter, Nate / Old ManGrim Reapers (VF 101)E-3power plantFeb 2002 – Feb 2004
Prince, WilliamGrim Reapers (VF 101)AT3radar shop1961 – 1965I spent some time as an F4 plane captain and the balance of my tour in the AT radar shop. Some of the guys that I served with were Bill Costello/Sam Acosta/Larry Hancock/Luke Easter/Bill Meehan. All great guys.
Pytko, Charles (Bud)Grim Reapers (VF 101)ADJ3 to ADJ1squadron1961 – 1966Joined VF101-Det A at NAS Ocean, VA after 'B" School Summer of 1961. Detachment dissolved in 1963 to join main Squadron at NAS Key West.
Page, CaseyThe Diamondbacks (VF 102)AMH3squadronOct 1, 1994 – Sep 16, 1996
Paskevich, PaulDiamondbacks (VF 102)E3squadron1964 –
Potts, AlvinDiamondbacks (VF 102)adr2flight lineJul 10, 1962 – Sep 5, 1964
Pratt, BobDiamondbacks (VF 102)YN3squadronApr 2, 1974 – May 30, 1976I was assigned to VF-102 Administrative Department. I made two Med cruises during 1974-1976. I was only 17 when I joined the Navy. Got off active duty and worked for DoD for 36 years. Dr. Bob Pratt
Parker, DanielJolly Rogers (VF 103)E-4/MS3Supply1997 – 2001
Pitman, ShaneSluggers/Jolly Rogers (VF 103)PRANsquadron1992 – 1994
Pasalich, Joe profile iconSundowners (VF 111)AT2AVWEPSJul 17, 1974 – Dec 7, 1977AT1(ret.)
Pennell, MarcusSundowners (VF 111)3rd class petty officersquadron1976 – 1976
Phinney, PatrickSundowners (VF 111)E3AirframesDec 15, 1992 – May 1, 1994
Powelson, JaySundowners (VF 111)ADJ2VF-111Jan 1968 – Feb 1970Check Crew for the Tico Cruise. On the Cubi Beach Det.
Parham, PeteAardvarks (VF 114)AA E-2V-1Feb 1, 1989 – Jan 31, 1993
Perkins, Robert (Bob)Pacemakers (VF 121)E-3Flight LineNov 1975 – Jan 1976Plane Captian Training....
Pett, Raymond (Dave)Pacemakers (VF 121)ADJ 1squadronJul 1964 – Dec 9, 1966Just want to contact anyone who may have been ther from 1964 to 1966 I worked the flightline
Pankey, JimGhostriders (VF 142)PR2squadron1963 – 1965
Pease, MichaelGhostriders (VF 142)ADJ2Engine ShopMay 1964 – Jul 27, 1967
Peterson, Brian PeteyGhostriders (VF 142)AE3squadron1988 – 1991This was my first stop after A school meet some real good people. But I really enjoyed meeting the F-14 Tomcat.
Peterson, Duane / Pete profile iconGhostriders (VF 142)AQ2AIMD (VAST)1977 – 1980Made 2 Med cruises with VF-142. First on the USS America and then on the USS Eisenhower. Spent most of my time working in AIMD in the VAST shop.
Porter, PaulGhostriders (VF 142)AMH2squadronMar 1971 – Dec 1971Started with VF-142 @ NAS Miramar San Diego CA. Joined the air wing USS Enterprise CVAN 65 in July of 71 and left December 71. Enlistment up January 72.
Parkinson, Tom -Pukin' Dogs (VF 143)AQ1AIMDJan 1, 1974 – Feb 1, 1977Moved with VF-143 from West Coast to Oceana. Then Med Cruise 76 on the America. Had a great time.
Prewitt, DalePukin' Dogs (VF 143)ATCsquadronJul 31, 1969 – Jun 30, 1970Worked nights out of the Tron Shop as a ATR-2. Retired from the Navy January 31, 1993.
Price, MikePukin' Dogs (VF 143)E4squadron1966 – Sep 21, 1967I spent two fantastic years in the world famous Pukin' Dogs aboard the USS Ranger and USS Constellation (both in Bremerton and scheduled for dismantling). Some of my shipmates were Charlie Hummel, & Dick Long.
Puckett, RobertPukin' Dogs (VF 143)AQ2squadronJan 19, 1966 –
Parks, DanielVigilantes (VF 151)AQF3VF-151Sep 1964 – Sep 20, 1966Those were the days my friend
Peck, RichardVigilantes (VF 151)E-6 Richard Pecksquadron1977 – 1979Any of you old guys still kicking
Perry, SamuelVigilantes (VF 151)ao2squadronJul 1, 1985 – Jul 1, 1988
Phillips, RayVigilantes (VF 151)AMH-2squadron1966 – 1970

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