NAS Cecil Field

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Anti-Submarine - 'S' 1962-Present
 Grumman S-2F (Tracker) Serial No: 148730  
 Lockheed S-3A (Viking) Serial No: 157993  
Attack - U.S. Navy / Marines 'A' 1962-Present
 Douglas A-4C (Skyhawk) Serial No: 147788 
 Vought A-7E (Corsair II) Serial No: 158662  
Fighter - NAVY 'F' 1922-1962
 Grumman F9F-8 (Cougar) Serial No: 131230  
 McDonnell F3H-2M (Demon) Serial No: 137078  
Fighter - 'F' 1962-Present
 McDonnell-Douglas FA-18A (Hornet) Serial No: 162462 
 Vought F-8A (Crusader) Serial No: 141351  
Torpedo Bomber - 'TB' 1935-1946
 Eastern (GM) TBM-3E (Avenger) Serial No: 91664 

 

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 Jerry Pleasant
 Flint, Texas

Jacksonville was my home town, so always glad to be stationed at Cecil or Jax. Served two tours at NAS Cecil: 1970-1973 at AIMD as ECM Shop Supervisor. 1975-1978 in VA-46 as Maintenance Control Chief with deployments aboard the USS John F. Kennedy. ATCS: Retirement ceremony in front of Apollo Capsule in the Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola, October 31, 1980.
01/03/2015 @ 04:25 [ref: 55724]
 TOM SADECKI
 PEOTONE, Illinois

I served with VA-172 BLUEBOLTS A-4 Squadron 1967 thru 1970.Two Med.cruises USS FDR.CVA-42 1968,USS SHANGRI-LA CVA-38 1969.A WESTPAC CRUISE ABOARD the SHANG 1970.worked the flight deck,ADJ-2 as FPO.THANKS to the WEST-PAC PLANE CAPTAINS VA-172.
03/04/2014 @ 08:30 [ref: 55586]
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10/29/2012 @ 20:34 [ref: 55348]
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12/17/2011 @ 05:24 [ref: 30188]
 Dan Perkins
 Dayton, Ohio

I was at Cecil Field from 1974 - 1977. I was an Air Traffic Control Tower Supervisor. Without question, the best years of my life and if I could go back and do it again and trade those three years for whatever years I have left, I would leave today!!! AC2 Dan Perkins
05/27/2011 @ 16:08 [ref: 16747]
 Jim Ward
 Grand Blanc, Michigan

I was stationed at AIMD Cecil Field From Jan.1975-Arp.1978 Work in AE shop.Like to know if Tom McManus or Danny Tubbs are still if Fl.?
01/03/2011 @ 16:24 [ref: 12091]
 Christopher Phanara
 Loveland, Colorado

I was stationed at AIMD Parachute Loft from 1974 to 1978. I was 17years old when I got my orders. Please drop me a line if you remeber me. Jay Thirion, Obie Wan, Mac, Rick Thom, Frenchie, John Dark, "Breeze", Ham, and all the rest of the crew!
09/20/2010 @ 06:25 [ref: 10844]
 Paul Miller
 Paris, Illinois

Was stationed with VA-46 from 1960-Nov. 1962. Was deployed to the Med three times in that period of time. Left the squadron after the heat was off from the Cuban Missle Crisis. Enjoyed my time at Cecil, Field and aboard the USS FDR, CVA-42 and the Shangri-La, CVA 38. Would sure like to hear from anyone from 46, or other squadrons or Cecil.
08/31/2010 @ 19:01 [ref: 10695]


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