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BOB PORIER Email
22 hours ago

City, State: IRON RIVER,MI.

Comments:
I WAS VR 24 NAPLES ITALY 56 TO 57 LOOKING FOR TERRY D RICE.


Cameron Mobley Email
Dec 1

City, State: Mooresville,In.

Comments:
It's been awhile since I've visited this site, read a few of the comments on the guest book, I remember a few names that was at Naples at the same time I was there. The last time I attended a reunion was the last one Pete Owens put on. I spent several years looking for a couple of buddies, Gene Garcia and Jim Camp from air cargo and found that both passed. Gene in 2005 an Camp some time in the passed couple years. I don't know if any out there remembers these two shipmate, But I thought I would pass this info on as they were a part of a good crew. I was stationed with VR-24 Det. From early 1956 to Late 1957. Anyway the holiday season is upon us already, hope all have a wonderful Christmas.


Phil Runfola Email
Nov 22

City, State: Homosassa, FL

Comments:
Thanks to this website, a shipmate of mine who I haven't seen or heard from in 57 years emailed me.  What a great surprise.  I hope he attends the VR-24 reunion next year.


Robert Medina Email
Nov 18

City, State: Norfolk, VA

Homepage URL: 83-88 Power Plants

Comments:
Been a few years now but I still have many good memories of all the good friends I have made over there. Its good to see more people names showing up daily. happy Holidays and may we all remember are fallen friends and vr family members may god bless everyone. We Are VR-24.  


Bill Lester Email
Nov 14

City, State: Johnson City tn

Comments:
Quite a while since I visited this site, My tour was 1956-1958 at Capodichino I am still looking for my friend Kenneth "Jack "Kinser,I was PC on TF-1 136769 and ironically this same a/c was assigned to USS Kitty Hawk while I was aboard.


Lisa Holzbeierlien Email
Nov 13

City, State: Indianapolis, IN

Comments:
VR - 24 Line 85- 89


Richard Nall Email
Nov 9

City, State: Jacksonville Florida

Comments:
I found your website while seaching for the Rota Wranglers Rodeo Assn in Rota. Rota Spain Boys Scouts -1970's Facebook page has a lot of pictures of the Rodeo Assn. I was Stationed at Rota, worked in base Aviation Supply. 1961-1964. I was a member of the Rodeo Assn. I rode the bulls. We got metal landing from Moroco for our fence. Also a lot of new members. Can't remember names though. Only faces.  


Bill Dattola Email
Nov 3

City, State: Clovis Ca

Comments:
Keep up the good work Dick


Mark W Felhofer Email
Oct 2

City, State: san antonio, tx

Homepage URL: VRC-50.org

Comments:
Attention:
 
VRC-50 will be having its next reunion in Las Vegas, Nevada in September of 2016. We are 
 
coordially inviting former members of VR-21, VR-22(the first one), VR-23,VR-24, VRC-30, VRC-40 
 
and CV C-1A COD Crews to join with us. We are working on the location and activities, and will 
 
provide details when they become available. The reason for this notice is to provide ample time 
 
to plan time off if you are still in the work force and save up for this event. 
 
The common theme in inviting all of you is the COD ( Carrier Onboard Delivery) mission we all 
 
privided to the Fleet(S). Both WestPac and Med...
 
And to the many of you who served in more than one of these squadrons. We hope you will be able 
 
to make it....
 
Thanks and I will be in touch as more details emerge....
 
 
Mark W Felhofer
AMH-1 (NAC/AW) Retired
President
VRC-50 Association
The Foo Dogs


Tom Docherty Email
Sept 30

City, State: Forres, Moray, Scotland

Homepage URL: http://www.spanglefish.com/tomdocherty

Comments:
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen of VR-24,

I am an aviation historian and writer with 34 years experience as an Air Loadmaster in the Royal Air Force. I now write historical articles for UK aviation magazines and I want to write about the C-2A Greyhound, its history and operational record now that it is in its 50th year since the first flight. All I hope to get from members of VR-24 are recollections of flying in the Greyhound; what was it like to fly? Recollections of missions flown, near misses, close shaves etc. If members feel that I am treading on toes by being here then let me know and I will leave you in peace.

Yours sincerely

Tom Docherty
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