Chuck Wood AK1 USNR-R-TAR (RETIRED). “I belong to VS-82 from 1970 to 1974 where I was transferred to Millington, TN and ended up in VP-67 with the P2V'S. I was the storekeeper for the squadron. I am in contact with two other former members of the squadron. We still remember the fun days of the squadron and wish we could contact other former members for a possible reunion. My other contact is Carl Seidel former AE1 whose e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org”.
Timothy Zucchero (LCPL USMCR).“My father was a member of VS-733 from 1955 to 1962. I am making a shadow box for him and would like to find a Squadron patch and tab that was worn in
there jupers for NAS Grosse Ile MI. I would be greatful if you would be able to help me out.”.
Paul Lineback.“My deceased father John E. Lineback flew in VS-773 as a Lt. Commander, and was a Commander of VS-776 out of NAS Los Alamitos, CA. (now a Joint Forces
Training Base) until February, 1961. He was Commander of VS-776 until his mishap in February 1961. If anyone from his squadrons can provide info on him I would appreciate it,
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Gerrit van den Boom.“Ik ben in 1968 begonnen bij VSQ5 met de Beechcraft TC45j, daarna VSQ7 met de S-58 en de Bell. Vandaar naar VSQ1 in de West voor anderhalf jaar op de Stoef, na terugkomst bij VSQ321 op de Atlantic en van hieruit de dient verlaten. Op deze foto meen ik een oude dienstmaat
uit de West en Valkenburg te herkennen, namelijk Rene Vermaessen. Ik hoop op leuke reacties, groeten oud-Vliegtuigmaker Algemeen Gerrit van den Boom, bak 226 en Marnr 26366".