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Rollins, James "trey"Gladiators (VFA 106)SGTsquadronJun 1992 – Jun 1996IWT shop.
Ross, TimGladiators (VFA 106)AO3squadron1987 – 1989
Rogers(Crocker), KimberlyPukin' Dogs (VFA 143)AO3Ordie ShopOct 2009 –
Rautenberg, MichaelBlue Diamonds (VFA 146)E5/AMEsquadronAug 2000 – Feb 2005
Russell, GaryFighting Vigilantes (VFA 151)E3 AOANsquadronJan 1992 – May 1994lemoore was great,made some friends.the conny and wogday was an experience i will never forget.
Ring, John/ Pc An Ring Golden Dragons (VFA 192)An/ e3squadronMar 16, 1993 – Feb 1996Great time served with my brothers!
Rader, JeffBlue Dolphins (VFA 203)PN2squadronAug 1, 1988 – Jun 30, 1992
Retherford, Orson/zoneBlue Dolphins (VFA 203)AMS-1AirframesOct 15, 1983 – Oct 15, 1988
Rogers, SteveBlue Dolphins (VFA 203)ADJ-2310/300/110Jul 1, 1970 – Dec 15, 1972Plank owner. Came aboard as ADJAN. Plane captain-flight line-power plant shop-GSE shop
Robin, CarlThunderbolts (VMFA 251)Lance Corporal USMCAirFeb 7, 1962 – Aug 28, 1962MSgt John Hart assigned me to mess duty the first day aboard the Shang. The sailors I worked in the scullery with made that fun. But getting back to the metal shop above the hanger deck proved much better duty...
Rock, BrianRed Lancers (VP 10)ABH-3squadron1984 – 1987Worked the Lineshack with great people and on deployments miss it a lot
Rosaroso, Armie profile iconPatrol Squadron 11 (VP 11)PatrolPatrol squadronJan 1981 – 1985Im looking for Dave from MIDWAY bf of Armida From philippines. Also Frank Bishop . . . Chuck freeburg from honolulu Vp6 squadron
Rivera Jr., Rafael P / Buck profile iconFlying Phantoms (VP 18)AA / AOANsquadronDec 1963 – Oct 1964First Squadron out of boot camp, Deployed to Roosevelt Roads and to NAS Boca Chica in Key West. Great bunch of guy's and a lot of good memories.
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Rodgers, Charles (Ed)Blue Goose (VP 22)ABH2/1Administration1972 – 1975Began as 1st LT Div LPO. Indoctrinated new personal. Wanted to fly and got chance filling an AO/Observer slot. Great experiences. Worked VP flight line + trained Crash Crew on Diego Garcia during construction ops.
Riddle, Glen profile iconHawaiian Warriors (VP 28)ANsquadronJul 20, 1965 – Sep 30, 1966While in VP-28 I worked in the operation office and Flight Ops. offfice. Made one deployment to Phillipines. Looking for Persons that Served in the Squadron.
Rotundo, DavidPro's Nest (VP 30)SNAdmininstrativeJun 1960 – Aug 1962assigned to VP-30 from boot camp and a Plank owner of Patron 30. Some of the best duty I enjoyed.
Robertson, Claude (Robby)Fighting Marlins (VP 40)AX-2squadron1964 – 1967worked on M>A.D. gear and ARR-26-deployed to tenders multiple times. Stationed at Sangley Point. Supv. was Holden, AX-1
Richardson, Lester JoPelicans (VP 45)an adjsquadronFeb 13, 1964 – Nov 10, 1964Me and brother lonny were there.i was on line crew.loved to to spend some time in Bermuda. Had some good friends.sure wish I could remember names.know me?sure on my mind alot.young but enjoyed in texas.
Richardson, TomWoodpeckers (VP 49)PH2air crew1978 – 1980Anyone from those years is welcome to contact me.....
Robinson, JohnnyPatrol Squadron 50 (VP 50)AMH-3Air Frame ShopFeb 19, 1974 – Dec 19, 1976I work with my best friend AMH -3 Secody Baker One of the best friend. best person best people any one could ever meet A man among men. Bake that what I used to call him, He was frokm Texard County Arkansas.
Robinson, Johnny (J R)Patrol Squadron 50 (VP 50)AMH-3squadronFeb 19, 1974 – Dec 4, 1976I remember my last deployment which was in Masawa Japan 1976 I remember AH-1 Oscar or I may have his name wrong but we call him Oz l remember the chief I can't remember his name but he would always say Robby you got that
Rushing, GayPatrol Squadron 50 (VP 50)ADCSsquadronFeb 13, 1968 – Feb 16, 1970I was an ADJ-2 Assigned to Power Plants as night supervisor also TDY to Viet Nam
Rollins, LindaDragons (VP 56)YNsquadronDec 1985 – Sep 1988
Ross, CharlesDragons (VP 56)cplmarineJan 1, 1982 – Dec 1, 1983
Richards, JimCondors (VP 64)AO-1Sep 1, 1974 – Feb 28, 1975Went active duty Feb '75
Retherford, Orson/zoneCrawfishers (VP 94)AMS-1QAOct 25, 1989 – Nov 14, 1993
Russo, AnthonyWizards (VPU 2)E5squadronFeb 1, 1985 – Aug 15, 1989IS2
Ramstad, RobertWorld Watchers (VQ 1)CWO2Material ControlMay 5, 1974 – Aug 15, 1976Working with the men of VQ-1 was one of the best tours I had in the 28years of active service.
Roach, DoreenWorld Watchers (VQ 1)DP2Dec 10, 1986 – Oct 14, 1988
Roach, DoreenWorld Watchers (VQ 1)DP3too long ago to rememberDec 1980 – 1985
Roberts, Jeff ( Spiff )World Watchers (VQ 1)Ams2squadronSep 1978 – Jun 25, 1981AGANA ,GUAM ,USS RANGER DET BRAVO,CUBI POINT,DIEGO GARCIA
Ronald, CoopWorld Watchers (VQ 1)YN3Admin/First LieutenantNov 10, 1978 – May 2, 1981Worked in the First Lieutenants Division and Admin
Reny, MarkSandeman (VQ 2)RMSNCommsFeb 1974 – Feb 19761st duty station. What a blast. Great command to be in even tho I had to do 1st LT Div for 90 days. Got married wjile i was stationed there and still married to the same lady.
Roff, ThomasIronmen (VQ 3)PR-2 - RETIRED AS NCCS(SW)With the PR/AME shopSep 1973 – Mar 1976I was shop supervisor for the squadron's PR/AME shop. Went to Univ. of Guam, dirt bike riding, snorkelling, my son Matthew was born on Guam in 1974. I was married to Rosalie and we had a great time. My cousin Eddie Roff was at Naval Hosp.
Ron, SedwickIronmen (VQ 3)ae-3air crewJun 1971 – Feb 1974Was ther in 1971-1974 AE-3 Reel op CMD. Krouse
Ranck, James profile iconShadows (VQ 4)AT1AIMD1981 – 1984Moving those darn trailers across the base, operating a couple days and moving them back.
Radomski, Thomas (Ski)Star Lifters (VR 1)AM 3V R -1Feb 2, 1953 – Feb 1, 1957I 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.
Roberts, CurtisStar Lifters (VR 1)ADJ-3Power PlantsJul 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.
Roy, FrankNaval Air Transport Squadron 8 (VR 8)AIRMANMay 14, 1951 – May 15, 1953I was in Hawaii for 10 months before being sent to Guam for the remaining 14 months of my tour of duty

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