Computer made/mounted on velcro 3.5 inch-90mm
UNMANNED PATROL SQUADRON NINETEEN (VUP-19)
Lineage. Established as Reserve Patrol Squadron NINE HUNDRED SEVEN (VP-907) on 4 July 1946. Redesignated Medium Patrol Squadron FIFTY SEVEN (VP-ML-57) on 15 Nov 1946. Redesignated Patrol Squadron EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY ONE (VP-871) in Feb 1950. Redesignated Patrol Squadron NINETEEN (VP-19) on 4 Feb 1953, the third squadron to be assigned the VP-19 designation. Disestablished on 31 Aug 1991. Re-established as Unmanned Patrol Squadron One Nine (VUP-19) was established on 1 Oct 2013, commissioned on 28 Oct 2016-.
Assignments. FAW-4, Feb 1950; COMFAIRALAMEDA, Mar 1951; FAW-6, Oct 1951; FAW-4, Mar 1952; COMFAIRALAMEDA, Jun 1953; FAW-10, 29 Jun 1963; COMPATWINGSPAC, 30 Jun 1973; PatWing-10, 1 Jun 1981-1991. CPRW-11, 28 Oct 2016-.
Stations. NAAS Livermore, CA, May 1946; NAS Alameda, CA, 1 Mar 1951; NAS Moffett Field, CA, 1 Sep 1963-31 Aug 1991. NAS Jacksonville, FL, 28 Oct 2016-.
(detachment at NAS Point Mugu, CA)
Aircraft. PV-2/PBY-5A/PBY-6A, 1946; P2V-2, 1949; P4Y-2S, 1951; P2V-2/3, 1952; P2V-5, 1953; P2V-7, 1955; P-3A, 1963; P-3B, 1967; P-3C UI, 1975-1991. MQ-4C, 2016-.
Operations. Worldwide maritime patrol duties, 1946-1991. Operate on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions for the 5th Fleet in the CENTCOM area of responsibility, the U.S. 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic, the U.S. 7th Fleet in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean, and U.S. Fleet Forces Command in the western Atlantic.