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Nav Comm Sta Sidi Yahia Morocco.


Nav Comm Sta Sidi Yahia Morocco.

a small base 30 minute drive east of Kinetra Morocco. A security group activity triangulating on radio transmissions in the Mediterranean

Veterans: 9
Latest Activity: on Monday

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Old Navy No. 214

Started by Francis Arthur Herman. Last reply by Roy W. Andrews Nov 14, 2014. 3 Replies

How well I remember.Served therein 7/62 to 7/64.Security Ops in middle east, among other Ops.Remember visiting medinas in the following cities:RabatSale (outside Rabat)CasablancaTangierKenitra of…Continue

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Comment by Jim Standrich on Monday

While I was not actually stationed there, I was sent there TAD twice.  Interesting culture back then (1966-1967)

Comment by Stanley Neely on November 28, 2014 at 8:53pm

I served there from 7/76 to 7/77... I was at that time a RM1 but was assigned to base security for 9 months then worked in Tech Control.  Loved Morocco and spent my off time touring the country in a Land Rover.

Comment by Roy W. Andrews on November 14, 2014 at 4:59pm
Hi. Was at Sidi from 5/62 to 11/63. Did go to the Med for 7 months. Did not mind being there at all. Just before I left I was coming back from the club and there was a guy from my hometown sitting on a bunk, what a surprise.
Comment by Gary G Glass on May 26, 2014 at 7:14am

My year in Sidi was a hard lonely time. I had only been married for three months before I arrived and my wife and forthcoming child were back in New Orleans. Although I met many good shipmates while there and saw some really nice places, my loneliness almost consumed me. I was in charge of a group of Radiomen that were sent to Rota, Spain, TAD for about 8 weeks and it was a very good break from Sidi.

Comment by Michael E Horner on September 27, 2013 at 12:59am
Spent winter of 70-July 72 in the basement living in Medyah in a villa with Pete Raymond and others. Spent three weeks trying to ski in France, but car accident sent us to Paris. Loved the Moroccan people and culture. Got to do a lot of traveling and worked with some great people. Was RM2 in Comm Center in the basement working frequencies and teletypes.....Remember two attempted coup on the King (where the Moroccan's parked a tank at our gate -- driving through road blocks). Night life didn't suck either -- good time/no regrets.
Comment by John Bryan on June 24, 2013 at 2:48pm

Dec. 1968 to Jan. 1971


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