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9:32am 09-23-2016
Mr. Remington...I remember you well. A fine navigator and officer...our officers on crew 4 always did take good of us. I did not realize how intense the duties of a navigator could be until I observed you at work. Any contact with Commander Ashenbach. The best of luck to you indeed.
134.228.72.131
7:39am 09-17-2016
I LOVE THIS SITE PLEASE LEAVE IT FOR ME AS I DEY HERE OK
197.148.108.251
10:45am 09-05-2016
Fond memories of my tour with the Hunters from 69-71 as ATR3 and electronics shopkeeper. Fondest memory was being 'stuck' at seaside hotel in Barbados for a week waiting out a storm in South Carribean. With no money, but a great time! Scariest was watching #4 engine catch fire during takeoff.
Rod Glenn/Emerald Isle, NC/retired
66.56.213.245
2:45pm 08-28-2016
I served as a nav from 1966-70. Give me a ring
24.236.235.31
6:00pm 08-27-2016
I served in VW-4 from 1958-1961. My first summer with the squadron I deployed to Roosy Roads and loved every minute of my time with the Hunters. Love u guys.
75.172.251.137
12:57pm 08-06-2016
My dad, Keith P. Collard, was a Hurricane Hunter in Jax in 1964-5ish. He could have been one in Puerto Rico two years prior also. We lived there but I was young and don't remember. He is gone and all his Navy Memorabilia was lost to an ex. ( I am going to try and get it back). Does anyone remember him or have photos? I have 3 sons and want them to know their grandpa...
72.192.163.11
4:53pm 07-25-2016
I was a PN3 in VW-4 in 61-64 at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. It was a great tour of duty. Beautiful weather. Great liberty. Squadron personnel were the best. Parsons PN1 and Wallace PN1 were the guys I tried to follow. Wallace died a couple of years ago. I am 78 yrs old now and still kicking. Have a great reunion - I probably wouldn't know anyone.
71.200.188.19
6:06pm 06-26-2016
Served with VW4, 1960-1961. Great memories!
162.226.40.58
8:47pm 05-29-2016
To SR Schultz. My dad Walt Gillette was there at the same time as you. He was ADR1. He served under Blalock. I hung out with his daughter until the officer/enlisted thing got in the way. She and I were at a change of command or something and were bored we were only 10. However, Dad passed away in 1997. I have his Hurricane Hunter yearbook here with me.
173.25.77.170
7:01pm 05-07-2016
I was just talking to my husband's grandfather and he was telling me he was one of these hurricane hunters.
205.197.242.189
11:04am 03-28-2016
I was an ATR-3 from 70 to 73 and yes I remember you Bill Heath and Paul Soares (CMDR pilot? I think) and Bob Stinson. I went back home to MN. and college and then Bell Telephone and retired in 2009. Many fond memories.
67.7.76.161
8:25am 12-27-2015
Served in VW-4 from 70-73. Get in touch if you served in this era.
107.137.196.205
8:17am 12-27-2015
Served in VW-4 from 70-73. Get in touch if you served in this era.
107.137.196.205
11:30am 12-08-2015
My email got change tojames.safarik@yahoo.com ifanybody realy care crew 6 1963-1966 hay wille glass I have a picture of us that made san jaun star .plus I have picture of crew 6 for 1964 I will send a picture who wants one
71.232.107.120
1:05pm 08-05-2015
My husband Jim Schmidt was serving as pilot with VW4 out of NAS Jax when we met in 1959. He loved flying, loved the Navy and those with whom he served. We were married in 1960, he flew in the reserves (anti-sub)out of Willow Grove with his brother, Jack Schmidt until our move to the midwest prohibited the monthly commute. He never lost interest in flying and spent many a good hour on his flight simulator programs and introducing the grandkids to the joy and challenge of the air, as well as a member of Fox Flying Club in DuPage County, IL and had the privilege of participating in a program geared to helping disadvantaged kids learn life skills with the hook being the chance to fly upon graduation. Jim passed away June 17 this year - is very much missed by his family of five daughters and myself - but know he is smiling down and thanking God for the opportunities he had thanks to the Navy.
71.194.252.154
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