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#11 AX2 Chris Marquard navy_cmc@yahoo.com  2010-09-21 00:00
I worked on this bird as an "AX", I remember Keith Norris and all of the hours we spent on her CP-901 and sensors (especially the old ALQ-78 ECM system.) These were baseline Charlies at the time and a pleasure to work on in the middle of the night on the Misawa flightline. Many Sailors cut their teeth on these A/C and helped build one of the finest Navies ever. VP-47 was a great place to start a career, I retired in 2003 in the Reserves with VP-91 at Moffett Field where 207 left many tire marks.Now working around thje Global Hawk which will someday join the DM fleet but for now is part of the littoral ASW solution.The P-3 is one of Lockheed's best products ever.
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#10 Keith Norris ruger4561@aol.com  2009-11-23 00:00
IFT VP-47 1978 & 79. This A/C was in the squadron the time I was there. Don't recall RD##.
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#8 Timothy McDonough "MAC" timothy.mcdonough@nystew.ang.af.mil  2006-12-14 00:00
She was our flag ship back in 1998-2002 when I left the NAV . I worked Corrosion shop where our Framers rebuilt the #2 Turtuleback bracket. I was a Jet Mech I was with her in Sig, Puerto Rico(hurricane Georges) and on my last deployment in Keflavik Iceland. Manny a long nights and good memories keepin her Airborne. She'll be missed !!!
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#7 Al LaBella ABNADA@aol.com  2006-08-06 00:00
As my family and I drove from San Diego, CA to Fort Bliss, TX (I am currently in the Army), we spent the night at D-M with the intent of "checking out" the aircraft stored in the desert. As we approached the P-3s, I was surprised by the number of them. I did recognized a few tail feathers such as VP-5 and VX-1, but was a bit disappointed in not seeing my first squadron, VP-45 out of Jacksonville, FL. I was in VP-45 from 1984-1988, making three deployments (Rota/Lajes, Bermuda, and Sigonella) as a SS-3 on CAC 12. As with my brethern from Brunswick, it brought back too many "AW" memories to cover here, but fond ones nonetheless. I was also in VX-1 in Pax River, MD and eventually back in Jax with VP-62 before I transitioned to the Army in 1994. I had to take several pictures to share when I attend a VP-45 reunion in OCT 06, hoping that P-3s I saw covered in shrink-wrap and in varoius stages of disassembly are not an indication of what we can expect in the future. I would live to hear from any former Pelicans to relive the "old days" once again.
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