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Memorial Picture "...CICHOWICZ, Bolish V. "Chick"...My Dad, Bolish V. Cichowicz "Chick," served with VP-27 (Crew 5). He passed away in September 1977. My children never got to know their granddad. Before he died, my Mom would occassionally hear from other members of the crew. I know that they were a very close group. Would like to hear from any of them, if they are still around...Dad didn't talk much about the War, but he did fondly remember his crewmates. I have his log books and some pictures. Dorothy Penkalski penkal@verizon.net..." [21JUL2009]

CIACCIO, Fred frederick.ciaccio1@us.army.mil "...I was stationed at Naval Air Development Center during 1970 - 1972. I was a member of the Military Technical Assistance Group (MTAG), and would be iterested in hearing from other members of that team..." [E-Mail Updated 07AUG2007 | 06JAN2006]

CIBOCI, John ciboci@sri.com"...I served in VP-1 (61-64), VP-46 (70-73), and VP-48 (76-78)..."

CICCO, Jack jack_c_20619@yahoo.com "...Joe Hinger, I remember you. I served with VP-11 from 1976 to 1979. I am now retired and living in Jacksonville, Florida..." [21MAY2007]

CIESLAK, Tom tecslak@yahoo.com "...I flew with VP-26, CAC-6 during that memorable deployment to the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf way back in 1980, I'd like to hear from anybody who was there. I'd especially like to know the whereabouts of Willy Wilson, Andy Ord, or Kevin Elwin. I was with VP-26 from Dec.'78 until Oct. '81 as a SS-3. Had some good times and I don't want to fill the rest of this up with cliches. Also interested in hearing from Karl Lampe if he's out there..." [E-Mail Updated 28JUL2006 | 17APR99]

CIFELLI, AE2 Eric ericc@ctel.net "...Served in VP-10 for about five years until 1 July 97, full time college student now, still living in Maine with AO2 Vidal. (also a former VP-10'er) Nice to see all the familiar names. Miss some of the deployment fun! Drop a line to chat with myself or Adela..." [18JUN99]

CIFRANIK, Michael Skitzcifranik@webtv.net "...Served in VP-45 from 96-97. Looking for anyone I served with..." [05SEP98]

CILENTO, Ralph F. Jr. r44214@aol.com "...I served with VP-11 from 1968 to 1970..." [27JUN2011]

CIMINO, Dennis P. arrowii@tcinternet.net "...I was assigned to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii with the ALR-66(V)3, as well as the HSL squadrons using the older foot warmer, the (V)2 version of this gizmo. I was looking for Dan Clark's e-mail address or from any of the guys in that upstairs office who hung out at the Sloop John B. on our lunch hour. Any guys who remember the ever present prop balancing dude Dan Clark (Kay & Associates) pop a line about where to find him. Hope he hasn't gone to the flight engineer seat in the sky yet..." [25JAN2004]

CIMINO, AMHAA Michael D. mrfixit51@aol.com "...I served with VP-66 (1975-1977)..." [17FEB2014]

CINTORINO, Pete pcinjori@suffolk.lib.ny.us "...Hello to all the old flying Tigers of VP-8 (66-69). What great memories from those years. R&R at Pakizan Falls, leaving the EM Club in perpetaul daylight in NAS Keflavik, Iceland, taking off in during a white out from NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, spring break week in NAS Bermuda, the great crab feasts at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. Let's hear from some of you!..." [18MAY98]

CIOKON, CMC Joe Retired joejtsu@cox.net "...I served in VA(Jet)-921 (F9F "Panther"), but flew as aircrew in VP-922 (P2V-5F "Neptune") from 1956 to 1957 from AR to PHAN. Graduated from Hadley Tech in 1956. Switched rate to Journalist (JO), retired August, 1986, as Command Master Chief of Navy Broadcasting Service, Washington, D.C. Crewmates I remember from VP-922 were "Stoney" Brooks, Lynne Grumke, and Dan Vancil. Saw Dan in NAS Norfolk, Virginia some years ago as he was working for Lockeheed-Martin, I think. I retired from Navy Civil Service (GS-13 PAO) at COMNAVAIRPAC, NAS North Island, San Diego, California, May 30, 2003. Best memories: flying into Hurricane Hazel out of NAS Corpus Christi, Texas in 1956, and Nellis AFB (Las Vegas) in 1957. Navy Flight crews are best! Live in Poway, CA with wife, Mary..." [16DEC2003]

CIPOLLI, AW2 Thomas "Chip" cipo109@hotmail.com "...I served (training) with VP-31, VP-50 (CAC-12) and VP-5 (1975-1978) with deployments to NAS Keflavik, Iceland (1976) and NAS Sigonella, Sicily (1977) flying with CAC-3 and CAC-4. I was on LA4 when we went off the NAS Norfolk, Virginia runway March 27th, 1978 (my back still hurts). Say, does anybody remember the UFO incident off of the Egyptian coast in 1977? I would like to hear from former Shipmates..." [E-Mail Updated 08JUN2002 | BIO Updated 19DEC98 | 13DEC98]

CIPPERLY, Robert H. (Bob) cipsinevans@earthlink.net "...I served my first flying tour in VP-40 from late 1958 to late 1961 both in NAS North Island, San Diego, California and NS Sangley Point, Philippines. After a tour at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida training pilots in VT-2. I had one year in PG School and joined VP-28 in mid 1964. I left VP-28 in late 1966 to go to Cat & A/G School in NJ. I have been looking for information regarding P. R. (Bob) Hite (VP-40) and Daniel P. (Dan) McHugh from VP-28..." [04SEP2002]

CIRIACKS, PN2 Ruben James (Ben) ciriacks@vp-22.com "...I came on board VP-22 in late November/early December 1965 as a CTI2 converting to PN2 - just as the squadron was returning from 6 months in the P.I. Personnel office was a mess, with a dozen or more personal files not having been processed for past couple months. Learning everything while creating job descriptions and eliminating the backlog and ramroding the personnel office was one of my most challenging experiences in the Navy. Remember the 6 months in NAS Adak, Alaska with our in barracks movie, beer and snack shop - with all profits spent on color TVs, air conditioners, recreation equipment and a great party at the enlisted men's club at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii after our return. Especially also remember the last night in NAS Adak, Alaska for us early departees - the ones who made sure we had decent equipment back in Hawaii when the departing and arriving squadrons exchanged spaces in the hangar. Also remember that us servicemen were loved before we left for NAS Adak, Alaska in Jan '67 and almost hated upon our return in Jun '67 - all due to changing attitudes regarding our escalating military envolvement in Vietnam. REMEMBER seeing the 6 day war (Israel) transpire via headlines of the newspapers in the racks at the entrance to the hangar each day. Those were great times..." [17MAY2001]

CIRULLI, AMS3 James fireo@myway.com "...I served with VP-30 (1972-1975) at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in Airframe Shop. I salute all my Shipmates..." [BIO Updated 14JUL2015 | 10OCT2013]

CIZEK, Michael mike@camelotranch.info "...I served with VAW-33 / VAQ-33 (1966-1969) with DET 11 aboard the USS Intrepid (CV-11) (1967) and DET 62 aboard the USS Independence (CVA-62) (1968) where we lost 4 very good men when their plane hit the water and sank..." [27AUG2013]

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