City, State: Jacksonville, Florida
Hi. My last name was Widmer when I was stationed at VR-24 Sig from Jan 87 to Dec 90. It was my second duty station.I was an AZ2 and made AZ1 there. Have a lot of great memories! I lost track of a bunch of close friends I had there. After transferring back to the states to VS-27 I got married. Retired as AZCS(AW)Lukens in 2003.
City, State: West Suffield Conn.
I recently picked up a VR-24 flight helmet w/ mask at an auction last week. It’s in fairly good shape, needed a good cleaning and some new parts here and there and is looking pretty nice now. What I’d like to find out is who the former owner was and what role he played in the squadron…..pilot/crewman etc. The last name on the back of the helmet says “Nevins” and his call sign or nickname on the back stripe is “Vin” He was a C-2A Greyhound guy and the date stamps on the oxygen mask are 1987/88/89 so he was flying in the squadron around that time or shortly thereafter. ANY info that anyone can provide here would be MUCH appreciated!!
City, State: Pensacola, Fl
I stumbled on the VR-24 page while doing a Google Search on a friend of mine, Mike Veringa. When I was a Freshman at JU (Jacksonville, University), Mike was a Senior, way back in 78. I'd been trying to link up with Mike (I was unaware of the accident that took his life.) I remember Mike as a guy excited about becoming a Naval Officer and learning to fly. He was a tremendous help to me both academically, and encouraged me to stick with the NROTC Program when I was ready to drop out. Mike possessed the "Right Stuff" to be successful at whatever he put his mind to. I regret I never had a chance to meet him after I was commissioned, and to thank him for his inspiration and encouragement. RIP Mike ....
Hey STEVE ! wow its great to hear from you hope your life since VR-24 has been great! This message is for STEVE KNAB VR -24 POWER PLANTS around 79 or 80 I think anyways Steve I remember hanging out with you My phone number is 720-937-5280 If you get this please call or email me at email@example.com so we can catch up!
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City, State: Ramona, CA
Hello VR-24 Shipmates. I'm late in posting this, but want to let everyone know there will be a 2016 VR-24 reunion! The reunion will be held in Branson, MO beginning on 29 September and ending on 2 October. Branson has many attraction and is reputed to be a great place for a reunion. See the VR-24 website Reunion Page for details, and get a Registration Form. Fill it out and return to Susan Woods at the address shown on the form. Make plans now to come to Branson and join in what promises to be a great reunion.
Dick Prather, VR-24 web editor
City, State: Merton Wisconsin
HI Folks! I'm the son of Edward Reilly Jr. My Dad was part of your group based out of Naples in the mid-late 60'so. He passed away in 2011 and still going through some of his stuff. Thought I would reach out to the group.
City, State: the Netherlands
I'm part of group of people, trying to find out where BuNo 17254 went down. This plane was stationed at El Belloto, Chile. Doing some research and i think this R4D-6 was assigned to VR-24. It went down somewhere over the Andes in Aug.1969. Is anyone here who can confirm it was with the VR-24? Also images of this airplane are very welcome. Tailnumber I think was J M.
City, State: Kings Mountain, NC
I served in Napoli with VR-24 Det as an AE3 from mid 1962 until mid 1965.
I remember names like Cordie Morgan, Pat Herilhy, "Cassius Reeves", LaVechio, Pendleton, Anderson, Dillon, Fowler etc.
I would like to hear from any of them or any of you that might remember me.
I came to Naples as an airman fresh out of AE school in Jacksonville, Fla. I was promoted to AE3 pretty quickly but was disheartened when I was under quota for AE2. As I get older I have more fondness for the many memories I wish I had better documented.
City, State: Cocoa, Florida
Stationed in Sig 89-92, AE2, loadmaster, T-39 crewman.
Still working in aviation.
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