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February 10, 1950
What Commands/Squadrons were you with? *Notes* only choose RVAH-3 if you were squadron personnel, all others there for training select the RAG/FRAMP option, IF YOU SELECTED "OTHER" THEN YOU MUST ANSWER ONE OF THE QUESTIONS BELOW. BE SPECIFIC
Tell us below what command if choosing "Other" for a non CRAW-1/RVAH/VAH commands

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At 3:31pm on September 24, 2017, William James Pemberton said…

Hello Bud,  I was in the electronics shop: worked on the AYA1 signal data system.  Made the Med cruise on the America in 1967 (had some great times), and first half of the West Pac on the Constellation in 1968.

Thank you for the welcome.  Hope you are doing well.


At 1:39pm on November 10, 2015, John " Jack " Winnett said…

Hi Bud,  Good to see you are still with us.  How is life going?  Been a long time.

Speedy Jack

At 2:22pm on November 2, 2015, Fred M. Lauderbaugh said…

Hey you ole canoe cranker, How the heck have you been doing. Has any heard anything about Chip Mower?

At 11:41am on September 9, 2015, Joseph Edward Long said…

Hello Bud...I was a Savage Son from 1966 through 1967 and was then assigned to the Joint Chiefs of Staff in D.C.  Must say the Heavy 5 duty was more enjoyable that the Pentagon group. 

Thanks for you note.  Joe 

At 8:38pm on July 11, 2015, Dusty Tubbs said…

Hi Bud,

How are you doing? Yes, it has been a really long time! So what's happened with you since you left Heavy 5? When did you leave the Navy?

Good to hear from you Shipmate and I hope all is well.


At 10:24pm on July 2, 2015, Kenneth J. Boehnlein said…

Hello Bud,

Served with RVAH-5 from 1971 to 1975. Worked in airframes shop and corrosion control. I made AMS2 and was put in charge of corrosion control shop until I was discharged. Good to hear from you, hope all is well with you!

At 8:17am on June 24, 2015, John Kirkland Piper said…

Hey Bud... I was in RVAH-5 from 1971-1974.  I was a Yeoman....


At 10:36pm on June 2, 2015, Al DiCosimo said…

Good to hear from you shipmate, hope all is well,


At 9:30am on January 16, 2014, Paul bernhard said…
Paul bernhard was an AE-2,enlisting in 65 then departing in 69. Made a Med cruise on the USS America and a West Pac aboard the Constellation losing a Vigi in November piloted by LtCdr Stamm, BN being Ltjg Thum. I still recall the emotion of shock throughout my squadron of the complete loss, just gone. Later I discovered Stamm ejected, believe he died in captivity and Thum perished during ejection.
At 3:55pm on July 26, 2011, Stick said…
No sir I was in VAH 6 from 63'-65'


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