"How To Simulate Being A Sailor" 1. Buy a steel dumpster, paint it gray inside and out, and live in it for six months. 2. Run all the pipes and wires in your house exposed on the walls. 3. Repaint your entire house every month. 4. Renovate your bathroom.
Our Repair Ship had been back in our home port only for a couple of weeks when at Monday morning muster. Our Department head chief MLMC said. "The Old-Man has just set down his new order of the day. Due to the recent heavy work load we are experienci
My class photo in Field Medical Service School, Camp Pendleton, was lost in a Tornado in 1984. I was in Class E6705, A Company, Summer 1967. If anybody knows how I can get a copy please let me know. Many thanks. Chris
I cannot find anything about Company 107 with Company Commander BTC Lee. Can anyone tell me how I can get information about the company. We graduated in 1979. Looking to speak to some of my fellow bootcamp members.
Well our so called Commander and Chief wants to scrap the Magnetic catapult system, he wants to go back to 'God Damn Steam" as he say's. He doesn't understand the new system, he calls it digital. God help us.
I wonder why our Navy don't station ships between Japan and Korea and when The North Koreans launch a rocket, once it is over the sea it doesn't really belong to anyone. This would be a ideal time to test our Missile defence system and target practi
Anybody Serve at NAS Miramar VF124 between 1968 and 1970 remember a motor cycle accident on base or any other squadron from NAS Miramar at that time. A friend of mine loaned me his motor cycle to run up to the enlisted mans club for lunch and on my w
Google Squadrons & Shipmates for information. Squadrons and Shipmates is a unique organization that brings together the men and women who served aboard US aircraft carriers or in squadrons assigned to air wings that served aboard US carriers. Origi