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3/30/2010 4:46:09 PM
Great Site Joe, lots of hard work, but a labor of love I'm sure !!! Whales Forever ! And one for Whidbey! VAH-4 Det Golf 1965-1968 VAQ-130 1970- 1974
Bill Burklow Oak Harbor  WA USA

4/9/2010 4:46:44 PM
Served in heavy attack squadron 4 back in 63 as an ATN-3 before moving on to VQ-2. Fond memories as I had relatives in Seattle during my tour at Whidbey. West pac cruise on USS Oriskany top on my list of memories
Gary Telega Mpls  Minnesota USA

4/13/2010 4:08:48 AM
Have A Great Navy Day
Zane Predmore Glenn Heights  TX USA

4/13/2010 11:45:54 AM
Heavy Four, Det Golf 65-67 NAS Whidbey Heavy Ten Supply 67-68 NAS Whidbey VAQ-131 Supply 68-69 NAS Alameda
Zane Predmore, USN(Ret.) Glenn Heights  TX USA

4/18/2010 11:48:10 AM
Looks as though an A3 will once again land at Ault Field. This time to stay! Hope it makes a pass or two over town to bring back memories of what it was like in days gone by. Well done. Warren Luck VAH-2 1961-64
WARREN LUCK Brisbane   Australia

4/20/2010 11:49:55 AM
VAH-4 March 1966-May 1968 VAH-10 May 1968-Jan 1969 VAQ 130 Dec. 1982 Jan.1987
Boone (Karroll) Shawver Oak Harbor  WA USA

4/22/2010 11:51:14 AM
VAH-123 1968 VAH-10 Det 62 1968 VAH-10 Det 59 1969 VAQ-130 Det-41 1970-71
David Green- AE-3 Grand Junction  CO USA

4/23/2010 11:52:53 AM
i was in (VAH-10)heavy 10 during 1968-70 as an AT-2 and third seater. Later I was picked up for the nesep program< after school and Pensacola I was back at Whidbey and ended up as a B/N in VA-145, 1974-1979.
Terry Williams Garden Grove  CA USA

5/29/2010 11:54:01 AM
Served with A3D's (later A-3's) from 1956 to 1963. Sea & Shore tour with VAH-3 at NAS Jax and Sanford. Came to Whidbey from Sanford with VAH-13 in 1961.Made CPO in Heavy-13. In '56 we received brand spankin' new A3D-1's from the Douglas El Segundo factory. Deployed with them aboard the old 'Rosey', USS F D Roosevelt, CVA-42. With Heavy-13 made the USS Kitty Hawk's (CVA-63) first WestPac cruise (1962), after coming around the horn of South America in '61. Got to 48,000 ft one time in an A3D-2 Skywarrior. Remember transitioning from high-level RBS to Sandblowers around 1960, and getting rid of those clunky tail turrets in 1962. A "Whale for Whidbey". Great idea.
Don Grove Oak Harbor  WA USA

6/28/2010 11:55:06 AM
A thank you for Joe Hawkins, excellent job on this website Joe and all of us are extremely proud of the work you are providing all that depend on the site for information and great photo's. Thank you, Ralph Estes, Chairman, A-3 Skywarrior Whidbey Memorial
Ralph Estes Bellingham  WA USA


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