My step-father, Richard M. Magoon, was a AOMar.r, VPB-117, Crew 16, under LT jg Jan Carter. Pictured page 31 "Above an Angry Sea, U S Navy B-24 Liberator and PB4Y-2 Privateer" by Alan C. Carey . Just to note, dad rarely talked about any war experiences unless with shipmates during heavy drinking..VPNAVY is dedicated to the men and women of the United States Navy flying ASW VP/VPB Patrol Aircraft past and present. VPNAVY has attempted to collect every available piece of information via the InterNet. Everything and anything relating to U. S. Navy ASW Patrol Squadrons is posted with permission on pages .John joined the Navy in 1965, where he was a proud member of Patrol Squadron 31 based in Sango, Ca. He then worked in the insurance industry until his retirement. He loved traveling in his RV and building model ships. John was instrumental in the preservation of Naval Patrol Planes at the National Naval Aviation .In 1983 he wasigned to Light Weapons School at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida as the Senior Ordnance Inspector for FA-18 and A-7 Light Squadrons. He retired about years in the Navy. I would like to hear from any of his former Shipmates " Contributed by Lettie Mae McDaniel Lee .
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VPNAVY is dedicated to the men and women of the United States Navy flying ASW VP/VPB Patrol Aircraft past and present. VPNAVY has attempted to .