Donald Barnes and Mac McCorquodale have put together
an all hands VS-29 Tromboners (1960-70's) reunion

Dates: March 3-7 2009 Posssible Attendees
Place: Pensacola Beach Florida    See Mac's report on the reunion
Reunion Headquarters:
Days Inn Pensacola Beachfront

16 Via Deluna
Pensacola Beach, FL  32561

Tel: 850-934-3300, for reservations call 1-800-934-3301. Check in at 1600, check out at 1100.
Use code CGVS29 when making reservations
(ask for Marta)

Reunion rates:
Inland rooms-$109,
Gulf Front - $139

Each room has a refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, wet-bar, and wireless internet. Includes continental breakfast, two pools, beach access

Within easy walking distance of the Elk's Club, and the MarketPlace


Plan of the Day:
March 3 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 7
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Arrive PM

Reunion beach hotel group rate applies (other hotel options,
more options)

Naval Aviation Museum visit 0900-1530

See tentative schedule below



AM Open with golf, fishing, beach options

Girls Luncheon at the Elk's Club

Group Breakfast
in Sea Scape Conference Room
Group rate continues for vacationers
11 AM Depart if desired, group rate continues for vacationers
Happy Hour in the Sea Scape Conference Room (open during the entire reunion, beer, soda, set-ups, snacks provided, BYOB) Group Dinner,
1900 at The MarketPlace on Pensacola Beach
They are open to suggestions and preferences. Contact them through, or directly to Donald or Mac.
They are planning on special activities for the wives TBA.
Plan to bring pictures, cruise books, memorabilia, etc. to back up lies.
Uniform for all activities will be casual.
Self pay plan. Naval Aviation Museum package including tour, lunch, and IMAX=$17 - $20 each.



 Naval Aviation Museum Schedule

0900 - 0915 Museum arrival. 
0915 - 0945 Rundown of itinerary, purchase IMAX tickets, respite break
0945 - 1000 Load IMAX Theater for special welcome to VS-29 on 7-storey screen (price is $7.50 per person)
1000 - 1045 IMAX View movie, The Magic of Flight, 43 minutes
1045 - 1400  Westpac Room available for lunch throughout this time. See menu. Room will seat 42 people at one time. 
Also during this time, when not eating, you have time to take in another movie, go to gift shop, tour on their own or ride Flight line bus tour.
1400 - 1530  Special tour of museum - group will divide in two. 
1530 - departure:  free time to do as you like.

Lunch menu at the Museum

The Market Place
Dinner Thursday March 5, 2009
Make one choice from each category below.
Please indicate any special needs such as no salt, allergies, or diabetic. 
The cost will be approximately $22.00 per person.
Please e-mail Donald Barnes by 2/15 with your choices.

List of Probable (health and circumstances permitting) Attendees:

Ash, Duane                            
Andrew, William C.
Barnes, Don M. & Cathy      
Bates, Robert &Bonnie
Batton, Clyde

Beardshall, Elmer & Ann
Bell, John
Belus, Bill & Brenda
Betts, Leroy
Belanger, Roger r

Berry, C.D.
Bewley, Norm & Roseann
Blaylock, Willy
Bourlamb, H. R.                       
Burney, Ben

Brune, Charles & Janet
Campillo, Doug & Sara
Canfield, Warren L.
Carius, Bob             
Charlebois, Jeff (Wood) & Lynn

Coleman, Richard R
Copeland, Marvin
Crawford, Tim
 John E. & Linda 
Dix, Roger
Dvorak, Al & Carol 

Eads, Jerrel 
Ellis, David 
Emigh, Morris & Sherry 
Ferguson, James & Beth 
Flick, John H. 
Furr, Thomas,E. 
Futrell, Larry 
Gaffrey Lee
Guest, Jim

Harrell, Joe L. 
Harrison, James R. 
Heckinger, John 
Horch, Hal 
Janson, Steve 
Johnson, Marvin W. (John) 

Krupnak, Walter & Carmella   
Kurtz, Ronald
Levenson, Adm
Long, Vernon & Pat 
Lovell, Jack 

McClung, Mike
Mack, Don  & Linda   
McConville, Brian & Janet           
McCorquodale, John & Kathi
Misner, James
Mitchell, Cliff &Donna 
Moreau, Jim
Mueller, Rodney A. 
Murry, Chuck 
Myotte, Rick 

Nelson, Eugene & Mary Francis
Netolicky, Kenneth
Nyland, Ken
Palmer, Sonny 
Rand, Louis 

Reusch, Mike   
Rice, Joe 
Robertson John D. Heather 
Samson, Dave & Janet 
Self, Wayne 

Shultz, Barney 
Skeen, Al
Trapnell, Bob 
Tyler, William J. 
Walbridge, Monroe Skip & Patty
Weaver, Gary
Weems, Aubery       
Woodcock, Vern Woody
Work, John & Louise  

Yancy, Paul H.& Patty    
Young, Bob 
Zaccaaria, Carl