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In his memory:

Rod Martin
VFP-62 circa 1964

(L-R; Robert King, Charles Lancaster, Rod Martin. Notice VFP hangar in the back ground between King and Lancaster. Taken by Robert Strong 6-21-10

Updated: January 17, 2016

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    Memories and Tributes

  • He was a good ship-mate and a Good Man. We served together in the squadron VFP-62 and aboard the USS Enterprise World Cruise 1964. I was lucky enough to re-unite with Rod a few years back in Jacksonville. . . Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    If The Lord thinks that I am as good a person as my two old adopted dogs think that I am, then maybe Rod and I will re-unite again in Heaven; I know Rod is already there.

    Robert R. King

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