RVAHNAVY Newsletter for April 2008
Hello Shipmates and Friends,
The RVAHNAVY April newsletter is posted on our website. Hope to see you on the forum.
To view the home page, read the newsletter, register for the forum and sign up for the Association go to http://www.rvahnavy.com/.
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I was a AMH2 Line crew from 1961 to 1964, then NAS Sanford until they where closing.
Served in heavy 7 with cdr hoop who the last i heard was retired in New Symarna Beach fl'. hoop sent an altitude record in the vigilante i believe it was in the nieborhood of 80 some thosand feet.. have heard his and larry monroes (his B/N)story of this flight. he was a good leader and enjoyed my... More
(Richard D. Johnson)
I have several photos that might intrest you, I was in RVAH7 from '61-'67.
Anyone remember Cmdr. Louie B. Hoop?
While looking through family memerobilia with my sons I found a newspaper photo of my great uncle. I do not know the date (possibly 1962ish) but the caption says "Capt. V. P. de Poix, U.S. Navy, commanding officer of USS Enterprise (CVAN-65) recieves a model of the supersonic A3J "Vigilante" from... More
Did you know Larry Monroe?
Mr. Wilkins, My dad was Larry Monroe, and flew as B/N with Leroy Heath mostly. Here's a web site that might
help you remember if you knew him: www.anavydad.com. My brother and I are collecting memorabilia, stories
people have to share, etc., to pass on to Larry's grandchildren and... More
Photos of VAH 7 Line Crew
(Richard D. Johnson)
I served in VAH7 from 1961-1967 and have several photos of personel during that time......if interested contact me @ email@example.com
A3s to A3j to Ra5C
TRANSFERED TO HEAVY 7 IN 61 FROM HEAVY 3 WHILE WE WERE GETTING THE VIGS. DID 3 MED CRUISES ON THE BIG E BACK TO HEAVY3 AND RETIRED IN 67 WAS NIGHT SHOP CHIEF THEN LINE CHIEF AND OPS CHIEF GREAT SQUADRON AND CREW
RVAH7 1966 to 1969
Looking for any of my buddies. How 'bout Ltjg. Barry Takavich (sic).
Rick Spencer...the only AO3 in a photo recon squadron :-)
Check out RVAHNAVY.COM
We are announcing a new website for former RVAH sailors. WWW.RVAHNAVY.COM is a website dedicated to all of the United States Navy Men and Women who proudly served in the RVAH community.
It is at its infancy now with links to squadron sites and a forum. We will be adding a roster database,... More