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Casey, PaulSwordsmen (VF 32)AO3OrdnanceNov 15, 1971 – Apr 15, 1973My favorite tour in the Navy.
Cashion, JohnSwordsmen (VF 32)AT2CAG3Apr 1, 1961 – Sep 13, 1961Was at Gitmo in 1961. Lots of good food and selection. May as well eat good. USS Saratoga. Ships Co. went to sea, shakedown I think. I remember the "BISCUIT". The radio gear was in it just aft of the cockpit.
Castonguay, ChrisSwordsmen (VF 32)YN3squadronDec 7, 1976 – Jul 1980Was a Yeoman in the Personnel Office across from the Ordinance Shop. Then worked in the Ready Room recording flight times and helping with the briefings.
Cerda, JamesSwordsmen (VF 32)AO3VF 32 AODec 10, 1985 – Dec 10, 1989Aviation Ordnance shop 1985 1989
Chamberlain, GarySwordsmen (VF 32)AQ1VF-32Mar 1973 – Jan 1974I joined VF-32 after leaving instructor duty and finished my last Med Cruise before VF-32 received the new Tom Cats. I went to VF=31 for a few months and then Left the service after 9 years.
Commisso, JosephSwordsmen (VF 32)AT 3Comm / Nav ShopApr 1977 – Feb 12, 1979I did one med cruise on USS John F Kennedy in 1978-1979.
Couch, RobertStarfighters (VF 33)ADANLineOct 1988 – 1992Just looking to reconnect with some old friends. Been way to long.
Crawford, James profile iconStarfighters (VF 33)AE-2AEAug 1972 – Aug 1973
Cuddy, Matthew profile iconStarfighters (VF 33)PRANsquadronApr 22, 1977 – Nov 5, 1980Proud to be a former VF33 parachute rigger off the USS Independence CV62. Served under two of the finest men I ever met, Cmdr. Phimster and Lt.Cmdr. Hoffman. Appropriated a bus in Carney Park the line of duty.
Cuite, AlStarfighters (VF 33)AZ2Quality ControlOct 1966 – Sep 1968
Callahan, PatrickBlack Aces (VF 41)PN3Personnel OfficeJul 1, 1967 – Jan 29, 1969I was a black shoe in this airdale outfit, handling personnel records and enlisted education and testing. Had a great Med cruise, 5/68-1/69 aboard the USS Independence. I'd be glad to hear from any mates who were aboard.
Campolettano, TomBlack Aces (VF 41)YN3squadronJul 1964 – Jul 1966Served as Flight Operations POC for VF41. Proud of ship and shipmates, especially during Westpac deployment. Will never forget those who did not return and the POWs. God bless them all
Charlie Downey, ChasBlack Aces (VF 41)e3lineshack1990 –
Creeger, BillBlack Aces (VF 41)AME3VF-41Jan 1989 – Jan 1993
Csapo, FrankBlack Aces (VF 41)E-4squadron1977 – 1980Looking for other squadron members of that time
Claus, RussChallengers (VF 43)AZ3MaintenanceApr 5, 1979 – May 21, 1981I worked @Maint Control, Tech Lib and Safety Office.
Clyburn, FrankChallengers (VF 43)ABH-3Line DivisionNov 6, 1976 –I was assigned to the line as a plane captain. I had a great time with a terrific bunch buddies.
Carrubba, EarleScreamin Eagles (VF 51)AQCSAvWeps, Line, Maintaince ControlJul 1981 – Oct 1985Made first 2 cruises on board Carl Vinson CVN-70. TAD to CVW-15 on first cruise as NX Flight Deck Maintenance Chief. Squadron fight deck coordinator on second cruise.
Carrubba, EarleScreamin Eagles (VF 51)AQ1Fire Control Shop shift super, Troubleshooter shop Supervisor, Safety P. O.Jul 1975 – Jun 1981Did transistion from F-8s to F-14s. Made One cruise on Constellation.
Coates, DanielIron Angels (VF 53)ADJ 3Plane CaptainJun 5, 1965 – Mar 27, 1969I made three WSTPACS with VF-53.
Curran, JimBoomerangs (VF 62)ATANLINESep 1968 – Jul 1969
Cannon, RobBe - Devilers (VF 74)AT2AIMD1985 – 1989I served as an electronics technician in AIMD VAST shop for VF-74, I made two Med cruises during the 80's
Ceisner, BruceBe - Devilers (VF 74)AMS2VF 74 LineDec 16, 1965 – Jul 17, 1968Came aboard in Lebanon and finished Med Cruise. AMS A school, then Wes Pac as airframes trouble shooter, back to Va Beach,back to civilian life. Good tour except for 1 bad day.
Chinn, James profile iconBe - Devilers (VF 74)AOANsquadronJan 1990 – Aug 1990Finished out my sea time from decommissioning the Coral Sea
Clingerman, Addison ByronBe - Devilers (VF 74)E-4squadronApr 1966 – Oct 6, 1969Served on West Pac cruise. Plane Captain then Airframe Troubleshooter. Assigned TAD with Chief Taylor to Forrestal AIMD Airframe shop during Med Cruise. Re-enlisted and retired from 171st ARW PA, Air National Guard
Coleman, James/jakeBe - Devilers (VF 74)ADJ 2LINE1971 – 1973I HOPE I'M DOING THIS RIGHT!! Also VF-101 Det 66
Castete, DonJolly Rogers (VF 84)AE2AE ShopNov 1968 – Dec 1971Partial cruise on the Indy and 2 on the Rosey Boat
Cohen, JulesJolly Rogers (VF 84)PR 3VF 84Jan 13, 1966 – Dec 1967Time in the Navy and on CVA 62 WAS GREAT
Culpepper, JamesJolly Rogers (VF 84)PN3squadronOct 31, 1991 – Jul 16, 1994Brothers for Life. The best command I was ever in while serving in the navy.
Carpenter, George (Carp)Silver Kings (VF 92)ADJ 3Line CrewDec 1966 – Jul 1969
Casey, LewisSilver Kings (VF 92)AMS3squadron1972 – 1974Was pc from 1972-74, in 1973 was blown off side of my a/c when the ejection seat malfunctioned on the hanger deck.
Couch, Wm. BruceSilver Kings (VF 92)AMS-3squadronOct 14, 1970 – Sep 15, 1974I worked airframes,check crew,flight deck aboard USS CONSTELLATION 71-72 ,72-73 ,73-74 cruises. Lost XO CDR Harry "habu' Blackburn jr. 5-10-72 MIA POW shot down over Hyphong Harbour North Vietnam remains returned 1983.
Carpenter, StephenFighting Falcons (VF 96)ao3av ordSep 1965 – May 1968looking for those who served in time period from 1965 thru1968 tocontact me
Cole, FrankFighting Falcons (VF 96)ANsquadronDec 1968 – Dec 1970Made the Enterprise and America cruises. Was there for the fire aboard the Enterprise but was on leave for the hanger fire at Mirimar I made the Connie cruise as a member of RAVH-11.
Caudell, KennethGrim Reapers (VF 101)AZ3squadron1965 – 1968Was assigned to Maintenance Control so was in contact with all the guys in the squadron...assigned JCNs to all departments to work on the aircrafts...what a great experience it was........
Chambers, Denver profile iconGrim Reapers (VF 101)E3squadronSep 1, 1993 – May 23, 1995
Chauss, MichaelGrim Reapers (VF 101)Aviation Electricians Mate 3rd ClasssquadronMay 22, 1975 –Worked on Phantom F4-J's until September 1977. Went on active reserves with HS-85 in Alameda CA. until September 1983.
Chinn, James profile iconGrim Reapers (VF 101)AO3squadronOct 1990 – Dec 1992
Cowin, PaulGrim Reapers (VF 101)PNPersonnel Office1959 – 1962
Caldwell, SteveDiamondbacks (VF 102)AEsquadronJul 1, 1982 – Sep 1, 1985VF-102

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