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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Walker, JcBlue Wolves (VS 35)PR3Life SupportSep 1986 – Jun 1988The forgotten Boomerangs, decommissioned before we could do our world tour.
Watkins, MarkBlue Wolves (VS 35)AMSANAirframesAug 1994 – Jun 1995
Wheatley, FarrellBlue Wolves (VS 35)SK/3squadronJul 1, 2000 – Mar 16, 2002Saw this site. Looked intersting and well, if anyone remembers me.... "Hi." I was the Tool Room girl.
Wander, JohnSawbucks (VS 37)AE2squadronApr 1976 – Sep 1980
Willett, Am2(aw) "Bigwill"Red Griffins (VS 38)squadronMay 1, 1999 – Oct 8, 2002
Williamson, GeorgeRed Griffins (VS 38)ame3Air WingJan 30, 1978 – Oct 30, 1978I was attached to VS-38 but had some great fun and misery aboard this ship. I fixed more S3-A's than I can remember. Almost got blown off the flight deck once. I remember a Vigilante almost ran off the port side cat.
Woodard, James(Jim)Red Griffins (VS 38)ASE-4 RiggersquadronFeb 1979 – Nov 1982Hey! Remember you Ski, Frye and Traynor. Probably should have stayed in, life's OK though and I'd never trade my experiences and what we all went through with the Iran hostage crisis, etc. Be well and write if u wish.
Weichel, TerryHoot Owls (VS 39)ADR-3Air craft mechanics1960 – 1963I came from bridgewater MA i was stationed at quonset point RI. Spent our time on the USS ESSEX. I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM SOME OLD TIMERS
White, Wayne profile iconShamrocks (VS 41)AirmanT-56 & TF-34Jul 1983 – Oct 1983
Williams, MelissaShamrocks (VS 41)ADsquadronMar 1995 – 1999
Williams, DaveShamrocks (VS 41)ATANsquadronMar 1, 1990 – May 20, 1993Was in line shack, shooter shack and AT shop. Kept getting into trouble so I never made petty officer. Oh well. Working for UPS in Mishawaka Indiana. Anybody remember me from back in the day shoot me an email.
Weaver, Arthur N profile iconEagles (VT 7)ADJ 2Power Plants1969 – 1973Started on the line like most E-3's and ended up in the Power Plant Shop. Spent some time in VT9 and VT19 for the split. Worked on T2's and A4's.
White, DannyTigers (VT 9)e3squadronSep 1, 1967 – Oct 1, 1969
Ware, CecilFighting Redhawks (VT 21)E-6squadron1978 – 1981Retired in 1981
Wells, TimothyFighting Redhawks (VT 21)AMH-2Line DivisionMar 1, 1970 – Jul 15, 1973Line Division - atteded Texas A&I University
Walker, StanleyGolden Eagles (VT 22)AT2squadron1983 – Nov 1985
Wilson, TroyGolden Eagles (VT 22)squadron1973 – 1977 power plants. great weekends with ken allen, lex vaughn, mutt,bob cowley. part of the mutt and jeff team.
Wilcox, BruceProfessionals (VT 23)AE3squadronJan 1968 – Jan 1970I made "Bluejacket of the Month" while there. CPO Richard Bull and AE1 later CPO Don Whitlow were the shop chiefs at that time
Wixom, BillTraining Squadron 25 (VT 25)AMS3squadronMar 16, 1973 – Jun 6, 1976I truly enjoyed my time at chase field, and VT-25, I lost all of my pictures in a devorce I haven’t had much to remind me of the good old days. If anyone has anything I would sure enjoy looking at them. 252 744 0014
Watson ( Augustine ) Now Jaquysh, DorrisTraining Squadron 29 (VT 29)SNsquadron1969 – 1970I worked in the ESO office within the Personnel Office. VT-29 was the first and best duty I ever served. Currently I assist in locating other VT-29 members in preparation for our next reunion in 2020.
Walker, CraigTactical Air Control Squadron 22 (VTC 22)YN3squadron1989 – 1993one of the great times of my life.
Ward, StevePioneers (VX 1)AE3AIR DETMay 25, 1993 – Jul 12, 1993I was with an AE in VX-1 during the BALTOPS '93 exercises, when the SAN JACINTO was embarked on the first-ever LAMPS SH-60B and SH-60F combined detachment.
Weisel, Bill..."Weasel"Pioneers (VX 1)AMH 3VX-1 Airframes / AMD AirframesFeb 1968 – May 1971Served flightline and airframes VX-1 1 yr then AMD 2 yrs. Thoroughly enjoyed my stay in Key West. Stayed another 1 1/2 yrs after separation.
Wilkes, JoshuaPioneers (VX 1)YNC(SW/AW)Admin2012 – 2015
Walker, DenisVampires (VX 9)PR1(AW)13A1994 – 1998VX-4/VX-9 Det Point Mugu Air Test and Evaluation on the F-14 Tomcat
Wilson, BennyBlue Eagles (VXN 8)ATN3squadron1969 – 1970
Weil, RonUSS Searcher (YAGR 4)EM1engineering1955 – 1957
Way, FredrickYO 78 (YO 78)EN2Port OperationsJul 1987 – Jun 1988Cheng YO 78
Wimmbauer, GerhardYO 115 (YO 115)EMFNEJun 1966 – Sep 1967left after 3mos, to replace EM2, that was removed from YFR 888
Wilson, LewisYOG 36 (YOG 36)EN3Service CraftMay 1963 – Oct 1963In charge of engineering. Or known as "oil king".
Wever, SterlingPaducah (YTB 758)EN 3rd classchief enginerAug 6, 1970 – Sep 7, 1971Best duty in my 4 years
Wietecha, SteveBogalusa (YTB 759)EN3port services engine roomDec 27, 1982 – Dec 27, 1984drop me a line.
Weist, BobNashua (YTB 774)EN3Jan 1970 – Mar 1971
White, MarkNashua (YTB 774)enengineeringMay 1980 – 1982William Angus, Frank Wing others I may have forgotten over the years
Wynyard, PeterSaugus (YTB 780)EM3TugboatJul 1976 – Feb 1978This was truely my favorite duty station while in the service. I'm sad to hear that it is now closed. I remember going to the Paul Jones Club in town and also eating fish and chips in the local newspaper. I wish I still had my Jag 3.4S.
Wright (Wetzel), LisaNiantic (YTB 781)RM3Service Craft1982 – 1982
Wilson, Earl (Buddy)Kalispell (YTB 784)BM3DeckMay 1, 1969 – Feb 28, 1970I relieved BM3 Dick McQueston There was EM2 Jones A seaman we call Cowboy CooK fm Calif To long ago to remember all the names
William Posey, Wild Bill;Winnemucca (YTB 785)BMIcraftmasterJun 7, 1967 – Jun 1998looking for past crew members 1967,1968,1970.1971 vietnam operations
Walker, BillTonkawa (YTB 786)EN2/EN1Port NavSta Rota SpainNov 1966 – Jun 1967Was first Chief Engineer of the Boat when arrived with a civillian crew. They only spoke French and we only spoke English or Spanish. As a result we had to hand over hand the whole boat to learn the systems.
Walrabenstein, Louise profile iconKittanning (YTB 787)SeamanCFAY1979 – 1980I served on the Kittanning in 1979 in Yokosuka, Japan and would like to connect with anyone else that I served with.

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