|Patrol Squadron Two Association Roster - 05Mar2018|
roster contains the names of VP-2 veterans for which we have had some
contact information, and association
members, including surviving spouses
(indicated by an uppercase surname). The availability (here) of biographical
sketches of a member is indicated by the word 'bio'to the left of the
The biographical sketches are displayed as a way of thanking those whose loyal service to the Navy and to their country contributed to the success of the Patrol Squadron Two team in operations from before World War II to the Vietnam War. It is hoped that visitors to this website will be inspired to learn more about
the people who served unselfishly in VP-2 during some very difficult periods in our nation's history.
Some of these men served the Navy for a single tour of duty; some for many years; some for decades. All of them sacrificed a bit of self to put their country and the cause of freedom ahead of their own personal interests.
Elsewhere on this website, visitors can learn about the Whidbey Patrol Squadron Memorial that now stands proudly in Oak Harbor, Washington. The Memorial is a monument to those whose names and biographies are contained herein.
The contact information below is available to family and friends of VP2 Association members for personal communication purposes only. The data is only as accurate and current as the member chooses. Please send special requests or updated information to the association's Secretary/Treasurer.
Comment - Email addresses have been removed as a result of the entire list being spammed by a member of an S2 aircraft group. This is the first time in five years that the limitation on use of posted contact data has been abused. [nvsoar_24Nov2008]
A parenthesis around a given name indicates that that person is deceased.
|** = VB-130, VPB130, VP130 (Mar 43-Nov 46) *** = VP-2D15, VP-2S, VP-2F, first VP-2 (Sep 27-Jul 39)|