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Rickenbaugh, Big AlScrewtops (VAW 123)OS2opsApr 10, 1980 – Apr 10, 1984hey skiz still live in pepper pike?wheres shortland and frank?hey goodman,thanks4bringing me a few things in sickbay man!
Rodriguez, EddieScrewtops (VAW 123)E5/RM2OperationsApr 8, 1983 – Jul 23, 1984Served aboard 83-84. I had an excellent experience working in Ops, Puckett, Navarette, Lani! hope is well!
Rogers, Charles A.Screwtops (VAW 123)YNOperationsApr 1, 1967 – Oct 28, 1971VAW-123 Ops YN, served aboard Forrestal and Saratoga. Hometown Big Stone Gap, Va. Presently live in Williamsburg, Va.
Ronald, LeavellScrewtops (VAW 123)Ms3squadronMay 8, 1989 – Jul 2, 1993Best carrier I ever served on ....great crew ....
Rose, DavidScrewtops (VAW 123)PH3Photo LAb1981 – Oct 19, 1984Landed on the Connie in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Good times!
Ruttura, TommyScrewtops (VAW 123)Amh 2squadron1970 – 1971It was great wish I was 23 again
Rebori, RichardBear Aces / Bullseyes (VAW 124)e-5squadronJun 1982 – Dec 1985I am looking for Scott Alexander, Mike Lavigne or others in the AM shop who served from 1982 to 1985
Reyna, Lewis (Lou) profile iconTiger Tails / Torchbearers (VAW 125)AEC (AC/AW)squadronJul 3, 1990 – Jan 15, 1994Worked as a VAW-125 Flight Deck Coordinator, Maint.Control Chief, & Avionics Division Chief.
Roman, CarlosSeahawks / Closeouts (VAW 126)msnvaw 126Apr 26, 1988 – Apr 26, 1991work officers mess first cruise, and then cargo second cruise,thank u for all the great memories . the best 3 years i ever had, made me the person i am today. i have my own business. back in school, lessons learn in navy
Riley, DannyCheckertails (VC 5)PO3ADFeb 10, 1984 – Feb 1, 1987
Ratliff, ToddWolfpack (VF 1)AE3squadronMar 1, 1991 – Oct 31, 1993
Ryback, JimBounty Hunters (VF 2)PLANE CAPTAINsquadronNov 15, 1974 – Oct 22, 1978Made 3 west-pacs
Randall, JamesRed Rippers (VF 11)AMS3CORROSION CONTROLLJan 1988 – Jan 1991looking for old crewmates.
Ridgeway, Alan, profile iconRed Rippers (VF 11)AirmanTool room, geedunkJan 1995 – Jan 1997Looking to reconnect with former squadron mates.
Rodier, BillRed Rippers (VF 11)ao3ordnance1984 – 1988any old friends out there?
Roderick, JohnNight Cappers (VF 13)YN2Carrier Air Group 10 StaffNov 1960 – Dec 10, 1962It is possible to get the 1962 Cruise Book into the Shangri-La site and if so, how?
Rogers, RolandTophatters (VF 14)BM3squadron1984 – 1985
Roberson, DonFreelancers (VF 21)ANVF-21Feb 1960 – Sep 1961Plane captain F3H/TAD S2M
Rasor, John (Tom) profile iconFighting Renegades (VF 24)AE-2Electric ShopOct 1, 1971 – Oct 3, 1972Made the Hancock cruise in '72. Was discharged when the ship landed back in Alameda
Reihl, RussFighting Renegades (VF 24)ao3ordnanceJul 1984 – Dec 1986the best time i had in my live. vf-24 was made up of some truly special people. i miss it dearly. i only wish that i stayed in longer but you cant tell a 21 year old a thing,they know it all.
Reinstein, Richard (Rick)Swordsmen (VF 32)AE3squadronMay 1976 – Aug 1977I was assigned to the Electric Shop. I would love to touch base with some of my former shipmates. Not always a great time but cherished the friendships I made in the Electric Shop.
Reno, James Swordsmen (VF 32)AT2squadronJan 15, 1960 – Feb 28, 1962Some of the bet years of my life.
Rourke, Kevin (Rocky)Swordsmen (VF 32)AE3Electric shopSep 17, 1976 – Oct 16, 1979worked out of electric shop from 1976 to 1979
Ralston, MauriceStarfighters (VF 33)AQ1squadron1980 – 1982
Reef, StevenStarfighters (VF 33)AMS 3C/CSep 4, 1987 – Jun 12, 1991Loved my job while in, miss my old buddies, Brag about my time in: wouldn't Change a thing about my time in.
Reichard, JonStarfighters (VF 33)pransquadronOct 1973 – May 1, 1975Looking for fellow AIRDALES.I had to retire after I was run over by a drunk , retired cpo in Virgina Beach 26april74 .Please drop me a note, !! My life in vf33 were some of my best mem.
Romito, FrankStarfighters (VF 33)E3 AAsquadronDec 15, 1974 –At 19 years old this was a very exciting adventure
Rossman, RandallStarfighters (VF 33)AMS 3squadronOct 1979 – Nov 11, 1983VF 33 Line Rat on F 4 J USS Independence CV 62 .& USS America CV 66 F 14 Tomcat. Good times and great group of guys. Thanks to all who watched our backs while up on Deck.
Rademacher, MichaelBlack Aces (VF 41)AE2squadronApr 1, 1981 – Sep 4, 1983I worked in the Micro Miniature Repair Shop under AE1 Steve Howe. Play Softball for Avionics was the pitcher for 2 years.
Reins, RonaldBlack Aces (VF 41)AE1Electric ShopOct 27, 1961 – Nov 23, 1965Great and exciting tour. Three Med. cruises.
Richards, OkeyBlack Aces (VF 41)AMSCVF-41Mar 1962 – Jan 4, 1965The Independence & VF-41 was an outstanding ship & squadron of men who knew their jobs and always performed to the highest naval standards and ideals to accomplish our mission regardless of what, when or where required.
Ripka, SteveIron Angels (VF 53)AKANAviation StorekeeperMar 16, 1967 – Sep 1, 1970First deployment was with USS HANCOCK. The next 3 were with USS Bon Homme Richard
Rabaglia, RichardBoomerangs (VF 62)AO3squadron1966 – Sep 1969
Riggs, Larry L.Boomerangs (VF 62)AO3OrdnanceJun 26, 1962 – Apr 19, 1966Went to Cuba during the Crisis,went to the North Atlantic,made 3 Med cruises, and had some great weekends in Fl. I still keep in touch with several guys from 62. Look me up here in Rockford,il.
Raimundi-perez, HerminioBe - Devilers (VF 74)ams2lineJul 14, 1973 – Jan 28, 1977
Rolstad, JackJolly Rogers (VF 84)AME3squadronMar 3, 1962 – Apr 1, 1964Retired from VR 51, NAS GLNW 1987. Magoo are you out there?
Royce, DaveJolly Rogers (VF 84)AME3AME1975 – 1978
Regan, CharlesRed Lightnings (VF 91)ANVF-911962 – 1963Plane captain on F8U in Squadron VF-91. Enjoyed flight deck duty. Had a great time on Westpac Cruise.
Ray, ForbesSilver Kings (VF 92)ANReady Room1967 – Sep 20, 1968Meet two great guys (Brown & Bear)
Richardson, Lee/ RichFighting Falcons (VF 96)AME-3VF-96Dec 1, 1969 – Dec 1, 1973Trying to locate (nickname) Woodstock & Baker aboard the USS Constellation; Flight Deck Trouble Shooters. I lost addresses shortly after getting out of the service. Baker's son & my son were in Boot Camp together, too.

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