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Fred Craig

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Background Information

Employment History

Captain

U.S. Marine Corps


Affiliations

USMC


Web References(10 Total References)


Charleston Daily Mail

www.dailymail.com [cached]

Another classmate, basketball guard Fred Craig, a captain with the U.S. Marine Corps, flew as the No. 2 man with the elite Blue Angels.


TWENTY YEARS WITH THE BLUE ANGELS

www.blueangels.org [cached]

The line-up for the 1966 season follows: Commander Bob Aumack, Leader; Capt. Fred Craig, USMC, flying #2 on the right wing; Lt.


TWENTY YEARS WITH THE BLUE ANGELS

www.blueangels.org [cached]

Norm Gandia, solo pilot; Capt. Fred Craig, USMC, #2; Commander.


BLUE ANGELS' OVERSEAS TOUR

www.blueangels.org [cached]

Wheat are Captain Fred Craig, USMC who has been a Blue Angel since December 1964; Lt.
Hal Loney, Capt. (USMC) Fred Craig, LCdr.


Sea Stories

www.tailhook.net [cached]

Don Dutton, Capt. Fred Craig (a Blue Angel), Ensign Dave Close, Capt. Larry Charbonneau, and LT John Cuttita, were some of the special guys that were with me.


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