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Welcopme aboard

Started by Wm. E. Gardner. Last reply by RIchard Arsenault Dec 2, 2010. 1 Reply

welcome aboard John.I hope we see more NY vets on this web

navy time dec.59-dec.63

Started by Wm. E. Gardner Apr 7, 2010. 0 Replies

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Comment by Herbert Conrad Pleus on September 1, 2016 at 10:16pm

I should add that just before our ship returned to the states from Guam a friend of mine and I returned to Great Lakes for OM "C" School.

So the only movement we missed with our ship was the cruise from Guam to Bremerton, Washington.

Regretfully after we became Golden Shellbacks, we never had the opportunity to bring any new pollywogs into our fellowship of Shellbacks.

Comment by Herbert Conrad Pleus on September 1, 2016 at 10:12pm

I went to Boot Camp at Great lakes November 17, 1970 and stayed in Great Lakes for my OM "A" School for Optical Men. From Great Lakes to the USS Hunley, AS31 in Charleston, South Carolina. The Scuttle Butt in Great Lakes was the Hunley was either going to Rota, Spain or Holley Locks, Scotand to relieve a tender there for 18 months. When we got on board we found out that we were going to be relieving a tender in Guam for 18 months.

It was still a great cruise and we had a great time getting to and staying on Guam. We went through the Panama Canal, saw Acapulco, Hawaii, and Australia on the way to Guam. We became Golden Shellbacks and got to dive in some of the clearest waters in the world.

From Guam we went to Bremerton, Washington for 11 months and I got to explore the great North West and the West Coast from Seattle to San Francisco.

I drove across country twice and saw the Yellowstone and the Bad Lands in early April when everything was just coming to life.

Our trip back to our home port of Charleston stopped at San Francisco, San Diego, Acapulco for 5 days, back through the Panama Canal, to Gitmo, to, Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale for Easter Break, and back to Charleston.

I finished my 4 year tour of duty being released from active duty July 17, 1974 to begin college near my hometown in Binghamton, New York.

Comment by Wm. E. Gardner on August 26, 2016 at 6:37pm

WELCOME ABORAD. BOOT CAMP GL,IL DEC. 1959.SEMPER FORTIS

Comment by Thomas Alfred Wick on August 26, 2016 at 12:02pm

Boot Camp RTC Great Lakes, IL- September, 7 1970

ABF A School- early 1971

Comment by Thomas Alfred Wick on August 26, 2016 at 11:54am

Thomas Alfred Wick-from Buffalo, New York

Comment by Everett Berger on April 3, 2016 at 6:14pm

Joined in Poughkeepsie.  Went to Boot Camp July 1966 (Co 464).  Left boot October 7.  On to YN A School Bainbridge, MD.  Two years at Navsta Roosevelt Roads, PR.  Then on to Naval Support Activity Saigon for duty at MACV.  One year on the ground.  Be great to hear any of my shipmates.

Comment by Wm. E. Gardner on September 12, 2015 at 10:10am
OLD TIMER 59-63. WELCOME ABOARD. SEMPER FORTIS
Comment by Walter Zappa on September 12, 2015 at 9:43am
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