NAS Whidbey Island

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Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Grumman KA-6D (Intruder) Serial No: 149482 
Patrol - 'P' 1962-Present
 Lockheed P-3B (Orion) Serial No: 152764  


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
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05/09/2012 @ 22:29 [ref: 42276]
 , New Hampshire

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04/08/2012 @ 20:34 [ref: 35526]
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03/20/2012 @ 03:57 [ref: 34406]
 cliff l crandall
 portland, Oregon

I was there between march 1970 and june of 1972. after a few months of compartment cleaning out of bootcamp, I was assigned to the boathouse over at the old seaplane base. I lived in town behind the old pawnshop and at the time my favorite hangout was the Konikai. The chief in charge of the boathouse at the time was chief (cant remember)then Bm 1 smitty,bm2 tommy chase, bm2 soy, bm2 gary balser, bm3 david herriges,Chief gorerro em, gary warn booker fn em, cliff crandall fa en, mike the hippie dude, dc 1 owensby. I have lots of History. I was there when they decomissioned the boat house a year and a half after I got me 503-724-6583
11/09/2010 @ 23:28 [ref: 11770]
 John Garner
 , California

I was stationed there from 1977 to 1980. Loved every minute of it. It was a great place to raise a family. I was with the Security Department the entire time and worked with a lot of good people.
08/17/2010 @ 21:56 [ref: 10435]
 Dave Kordatzky
 , Oregon

I was stationed at Whidbey 1971 to 1978. Attached to VA 165: 1971 to 1974. Yes I shipped over to VA 128. Looking for info on BOOMER Reunion also a BOOMER Patch. I have been back and it is not the same as it was back then. Had great times there. Can't remember all the good times but recall a few good ones, especially at the OHT.
11/19/2008 @ 11:52 [ref: 8523]
 James Hoy
 Oak Harbor, Washington

Your info is correct about the P-3 and the KA-6D however, you are missing another A-6 and two EA-6B's that are also on display on whidbey island, I will do my best to get some pictures of them so you can update your page.
10/31/2008 @ 19:54 [ref: 8490]
 Bob Deal
 Vancouver, Washington

I was at NAS Whidbey Island in the 1960-62 period with Search and Rescue. As close as I can recall when I was discharged we pulled eighteen people out of the sound during my era, mostly civilians in trouble. I played softball on the NAS base team, we took first place. The guys I still have a newspaper clipping of that were on the team with me included; Bob Vanhuystee, Bill Brown, Duel Chinn, J. Bonvini, T. Brown, Mel Taylor, J. Wright, H Reetz, K Parmley, D. Dolan, S Mullen, A Ried, C Bonnelycke and G. Tibbett. Got married to my high school sweetheart while stationed at Whidbey and we're still together today. Good memories. I don't expect anyone there at the time will stumble across me here but if you do feel free to email me a note as I would look forward to hearing from you.
07/16/2008 @ 16:53 [ref: 8245]
 Dan \"Whimpy\" Kirkendall
 Fairdale, Kentucky

I was in VA-115;145 AND 128 AT Whidbey. I RECOMMIOSED 115 and was the 1st enlisted personnel in the squadron, The A6 was and still is the best all weather attack plane in the world,
06/22/2008 @ 18:16 [ref: 8127]
 jim beaver
 , California
02/07/2008 @ 08:39 [ref: 6750]

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