6 thoughts on “VP-50’s Marlin Interview, December 1964

  1. gerald smith says:

    ( Formerly SG9ordie@yahoo.com)

    I was wondering what the serial number of that seaplane was.

  2. My memory says the last LQ5 was 145555… triple nickel 5..

    Jim

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  4. Robert Daley says:

    I was in VP 50 from 1955 to 1958 and was 1st radioman in SE4. We initially had PBM’s and in late 56 or early 57 switched to the P5M-2’s. what a relief to get away from those sea anchors. How many of you remember those? My name is Bob Daley and E-Mail is: daleybob17@yahoo.com

  5. jack coiner AT3 vp42 says:

    would someone id the crew members in the crew of the vp50 back bay single engine landing. Dec. ’64.

  6. jack coiner says:

    would someone id the crew members in the crew of the vp50 back bay single engine landing. Dec. ’64.

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