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The Scoggins' Family Page

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Welcome to the Frank, Rhonda, and Roy Scoggins Family Home Page and photo album.

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This page is graphic intensive. Lots of animated .GIF files, and pictures, as well as a little music. Please give the page time to load. You know, go get a Pepsi, or some other adult beverage, go to the can, what ever. It will take a little time, but I think it is worth it.

This page is always under construction, and may change as often as daily. THERE ARE PHOTOS OF DAD'S CARIBOU HUNTING TRIP TO QUEBEC CANADA!!! He still needs to do some work on the page, and more pictures will be added, but there are some there. We hope you enjoy looking around.

Once a MARINE, ALWAYS a MARINE

This is how the Harrier looked shortly after I joined VMA-231 in 1977. This picture is very good because it shows some features that the newer B variants don't have. Such as the Shark Fin VHF antenna on the back, and the double UHF antennas directly behind the cockpit.

Animation of the Harrier (above) is from Lt.Col. Dave Gurney's home page (www.hownowcow.com), as is the Airshow animation and the background. Stolen without permission.

Above is a picture of an AV8A Harrier. This is the model I worked on from 1977-1980. Notice the VHF antenna that looks like a shark fin, the 2 small UHF antennas behind the cockpit, and the pitot-static tube on the nose (The AV8B has the pitot-static tube on the tail). The AV8A is from VMA-231, and as shiney as it is, you can tell it is from an earlier era. This is what they looked like when I first joined VMA-231. The "NM" on the tail indicates this photo is from a Med Cruise in 1976/1977, just before I joined the squadron. I believe they were embarked on the old Roosevelt.

VMA-231 did fly F4U Corsairs during WWII.

Cartoon Harrier on the Door of VMA-231's Hanger

VMA-231 - - The Squadron to which I was attached.

Click here to go to Dad's BMW page

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Click here to go to my NEWEST Page - - VMSB-231 Pictures from WW2.

Click here to go to our NEWEST Remodel Page

Click here to see Rhonda's Kitchen Remodel!

Click here to go to my Caribou Hunt Page.

Click here to go to our Battle of Aiken Reenactment Page.

Click here to go to my NEW Marine Corps Moments Page

Click here to go to our General Stuff page

Click here to go to the Scoggins Coat of Arms Page

Click here to go to Dad's page

Front Page Updated August 10, 2003 14:00 p.m.

Roy's page Updated February 25, 2006 at 20:40 p.m.

Dads Page Updated January 31, 2000 at 18:00 p.m.

Marine Moments Page Updated April 6, 2003 at 14:30 p.m.

Battle of Aiken Page Updated March 6, 2000 at 21:00 p.m.

Kitchen remodel page added 07/12/2002, updated as things change.

New Page Created for Remodel of Roy's bathroom 08/10/03. Instant time from the U. S. Naval Observatory.

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