My Current huge project is the List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons not only to get rid of all t'he red links but to update the entire page with squadron insigina', date disestablished, active and non active, and information on the squadron types. Im slowly working my way through it but hopefully I'll be finished in a couple of weeks.
I Mostly work on US Naval Bases, Air Stations, and Squadrons. I would like to dabble in Bio's of Naval Personel but I can rarely find the time. I'm a huge US navy buff and enjoy learning as I update these pages. I find it amazing how much information you can retain just by researching.
I got my Wiki start on the [Lostpedia] wiki, Im also a huge lost fan. It helped alot to have the Wiki knowledge once I started working here.
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You seem to have overlooked the three VT squadrons at Chase field in Beeville, Texas. They were part of the Advanced flight training command. I worked there from 1968 to 1970 attached to VT-24. Mark T. Phillips email@example.com
This motivated barnstar is given to Wilsbadkarma for his creation of the US Navy Portal and other US Navy related information. Please keep up the excellent work Presented by Looper5920 29 December 2006
I, S.D., hereby award WilsBadKarma the lots of barnstars award for having lots of barnstars, all of which he deserves, and three featured stars. This award is also given for his tireless work in improving portals, not only by getting them featured but also by reviewing them. Thanks and happy editing! Awarded by S.D. on 20:54, 4 March 2007 (UTC)
By the order of the coordinators of the Military history WikiProject, you are hereby awarded the WikiChevrons with Oak Leaves in recognition of your work on lists (included two featured lists) and portals (including one featured portal). Lists especially are an undermanned area of work, and your excellent efforts deserve commendation. For the coordinators, Kirill Lokshin 16:42, 29 April 2007 (UTC)