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Greg Scott
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  • Winchester, VA
  • United States
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Emmet Molloy commented on Greg Scott's status
"She has wished a lot of people on here to “have a nice day”, among other things. I may agree with you, you never know. "
Nov 19
Greg Scott posted a status
"Susan Wingfield Alphonsus I don't she is a NAVY VET"
Nov 19
David De Rooy left a comment for Greg Scott
"Pretty nice profile/avatar picture. I like"
Nov 10
Greg Scott updated their profile
Nov 10
Greg Scott left a comment for David De Rooy
"When I first got to OLF Middleton we had a old Dodge Power Wagon with Light water and PKP and when it went down maint would drive a MB 5 up and a flatbed tractor trailer to take the Dodge back, which seemed to happen often, LOL. Later we got a big F…"
Nov 10
David De Rooy left a comment for Greg Scott
"Did you have MB 5 crash trucks? The OLF was ten miles from the base were we lived.  NAS Cecil Field, and our one runway was half mile long with two approaches. We had mostly A7's A4's  as well as F4's.  Runway bounces…"
Nov 10
Greg Scott left a comment for David De Rooy
"There were six of us the senior Petty Officer was a 1st class, the runway crew consisted of four and one in the crash shack, and I do mean crash shack. Two runways four approaches 28/10 and 1/19.  All of us were married, lifers loved it, I…"
Nov 10
David De Rooy left a comment for Greg Scott
"Tell me more about the OLF you were attached to, and what type of flight ops they had and what your job was"
Nov 10
Greg Scott left a comment for David De Rooy
"Looks like you had some good duty stations, after Lakehurst all my requests were probably s*** canned, no 7th Fleet, no CVA, LPH, etc- NAS Whiting Field  Milton Florida then OLF Middleton Field Evergreen,  Alabama. Six petty officers 65…"
Nov 10
David De Rooy left a comment for Greg Scott
"Welcome aboard Greg. Good to have you with us. as an old ABH myself, we have our rate in common and I was only slightly before you NAS Lakehurst ABH class #909 1969"
Nov 10
Greg Scott commented on S D Martin's group NAS Lakehurst
"Checked into ABH-A School NAS Lakehurst November 1970 Class ABH 121, still have the flag."
Nov 10
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Greg Scott added a discussion to the group NAS Whiting Field
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1971-74

I checked into NAS Whiting after NAS Lakehurst A school, in January 71. I was there for three months and sent to OLF Middleton 65 miles north on Whiting. Evergreen, Alabama: USN you've got to be kidding.One crash made the rescue all souls on board safe. Other than that lots of touch a goes, and wheels watch. See More
Nov 10
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NAS Whiting Field

NAS Whiting Field is the busiest Naval Air Station in the world, responsible for an estimated 46 percent of the Chief of Naval Air Command's total flight time and over 10 percent of Navy and Marine Corps total flight time.
Nov 10
Lee Damicone left a comment for Greg Scott
Nov 9
Greg Scott is now a member of Navy Veterans
Nov 9

Profile Information

Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Enlisted Rating
Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling)
Where were you or your family stationed?
NAS Lakehurst
NAS Whiting Field
OLF Middleton
Veteran of Foreign War
None
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
August 4, 1970
End date of your service
August 4, 1976

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At 8:22pm on November 10, 2018, David De Rooy said…

Pretty nice profile/avatar picture. I like

At 6:28pm on November 10, 2018, David De Rooy said…

Did you have MB 5 crash trucks? The OLF was ten miles from the base were we lived.  NAS Cecil Field, and our one runway was half mile long with two approaches. We had mostly A7's A4's  as well as F4's.  Runway bounces for carrier quals. We sat on edge of runway in our MB5's in case of emergency. In 18 months I was there we only lost one aircraft and it happened outside our perimeter not on the runway. I stated a discussion on the Cecil Field command page if you care to look. It's titled OLF Whitehouse

At 3:57pm on November 10, 2018, David De Rooy said…

Tell me more about the OLF you were attached to, and what type of flight ops they had and what your job was

At 3:10pm on November 10, 2018, David De Rooy said…

Welcome aboard Greg. Good to have you with us. as an old ABH myself, we have our rate in common and I was only slightly before you NAS Lakehurst ABH class #909 1969

At 10:22pm on November 9, 2018, Lee Damicone said…

 
 
 

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