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Cuban Blockade Survivors Association

Underway Rearming off the Coast of Cuba. Cuban Quarantine, October, 1962

Veterans: 16
Latest Activity: Jan 2

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Cuban Missile Crisis from a Key West prospective.

Started by Lee Damicone. Last reply by Wm. E. Gardner Oct 9, 2017. 1 Reply

54 Years ago in mid-October I was sitting on my favorite bar stool in the “Top Hat Bar & Lounge on Daval Street with “Captain Morgan” when the Shore Patrol approached me & informed me to…Continue

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Started by Raymond Heinssen Mar 24, 2010. 0 Replies

Hey Paul, you have to e-mail me and tell me how to get my photo on the CBSA. Looks like I have to ask a BOATS to help me out Tks. Ray H.

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Comment by Paul F. Palladeno on March 19, 2010 at 7:28am
Mike, When I look at the picture of us rearming underway, I can almost feel
the salt spray on my face. Thanks for being a Shipmate.
Comment by Michael C. Clukey on March 18, 2010 at 6:37pm
I had the privilege of serving on the Mazama from re-commisioning in 1961 through january of 1965. Served with paul also but he left in 1963.
we had a great crew and wonderful officers also. We became a outstanding group of men.
Thanks to Paul we get together once a year and it is terrific. He does a lot of work into this reunion and I thank him for that.
M. Clukey BM3
Comment by Paul F. Palladeno on March 18, 2010 at 7:11am
Welcome aboard Pat.
I'm certain that those memories are as vivid to you as they are to me.
Comment by Paul F. Palladeno on March 17, 2010 at 5:35pm
The Cuban Blockade Survivors Association is dedicated to all of our
Shipmates that helped to repel the Soviets at the Blockade of Cuba, October, 1962.
 

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