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Boiler Technician "A" School

Great Lakes, Illinois.

Location: Great Lakes, Ill
Veterans: 14
Latest Activity: Sep 11

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ACC on 600# M-type

Started by Rodger Joye Jun 20, 2015. 0 Replies

Has anyone heard of having Bailey ACC on a 600# M-type boiler?  As an amateur Navy historian, a 1200# BT and a factory rep for Bailey, I'd never heard of such a thing, but I have a picture of the…Continue

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Comment by ALPHONSE J LARIVEE on October 4, 2012 at 1:01pm

Walter. My BT hat pin came earlier this week. It's awesome. I had one that i ordered from Tin Can Sailors about 5 years ago. They no longer carry them and since then Iv'e been looking on the internet about once a month. Stand by to get underway. 30 in 36 out 1 back. That's the first bell you have to answer.

Comment by Walter Rothermund on October 4, 2012 at 11:43am

I ordered a couple of the hat pins from SeebeeCruiseBox.com that Alphonse recommended and they are great!  Thanks Alphonse.  Fires Lit, 1 Alpha!.

Comment by ALPHONSE J LARIVEE on September 29, 2012 at 10:01pm

To all BT'S: I just found a web site that has BT hat pins for sale $4.00 + $2.00 shipping. It's www.seabeescruisebox.com. Look under large enlisted cap devices.

Comment by ALPHONSE J LARIVEE on September 16, 2012 at 5:58pm

To All BT/S: One of my fromer ships the U.S.S. Yorktown CVS-10 is the lead ship at Patriots Piont in Mount Pleasant,South Carolina. Evey October i attens our annual reunion.I get to go down into # 2 fireroom and pretend i'm batting burners.The visitors stick to me like Velcro when they find out that i'm a former crewmember.My annual 15 minutes of fame. I'll be there this comimg October 11-13th.On the 13th which is a Saturday i'll be on the meet & greet panel from 1000-to 1400. Come by and i'll tell you some sea stories. I might even tell you some real facts about the ship too.The sad part it that you no longer hear all the sounds you would normally hear when the the ship was alive.

Comment by Walter Rothermund on September 16, 2012 at 12:37pm

I attended BT "A"" school at GLAKES from Sept-73 to Nov-73.  I graduated 3rd in class.  Sure learned a lot in a very short time.  Sure did enjoy the Steam Lab during the hot Indian Summer.  Good training for WestPAC cruises.

 

Comment by Bud Stilwell BT Snipe on June 18, 2012 at 11:47am

Graduated from  BT"A" School June of 1987.

Comment by ALPHONSE J LARIVEE on April 9, 2012 at 7:00pm

Graduated from BT "A" School October of 1963. Was top of my class. I lost all my Navy stuff due to a house fire in the early 70's Does anyone have a copy of the graduation certificate they can scan and send to me. I can blank out your name and put mine in.I treid getting a hold someone at Great Lakes Service School Command for a replacement. No luck. Thank You.

 

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