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Robert John Friedhaber
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  • Rochester, NY
  • United States
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Profile Information

Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Enlisted Rating
Engineman
Where were you or your family stationed?
Norfolk
Newport
Key west
pearl harbor
Veteran of Foreign War
Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
July 5, 1963
End date of your service
July 5, 1967

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THE STRAITS OF HORMUZ,

Posted on March 7, 2012 at 7:50pm 0 Comments

 HARDLY SLEPT LAST NIGHT THINKING AND AT TIMES DREAMING OF THE TOUR IN THE USS NORRIS OUR SPLIT TOUR OF THE MED AND GULF.THE TRANSIT OF THE CANAL,THE INTERCEPTION AND TEMPORARY ENCOUNTER IN THE STRAITS OF HORMUZ, RECENTLY REPEATED TO TWO DESTROYERS,WAITING FOR THE TIDE TO COME IN SO THAT WE COULD CROSS THE BAR INTO THE TIGRESS AND EUPHRATES RIVERS TO PICK UP THE AMBASSADOR TO IRAN AND 9 MEMBERS OF HIS STAFF.THE YELLOW SNAKES OF THE GULF, WHEN WE BROKE OUT THE RIFLES FROM THE ARMORY AND HAD…

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At 7:39pm on August 20, 2013, David W Asche said…

Our Captain was a "Jack" Magee.  He was a real fire ball.  He would offer to have our big, fat ol' REPAIR SHIP aid in any fire missions against the VC if needed.  We called him GQ JACK.  He was a good skipper.

At 7:36pm on August 20, 2013, David W Asche said…

So you rode the train? It passes right through Wasilla.  Then that tunnel through the mountain to get to Whittier.  Been all over but not everywhere. Alaska is a big place.  I  been here 25 years and still haven't been all through it. 

At 5:43pm on August 20, 2013, David W Asche said…

What part of Alaska did you visit? was it just a cruise up through South East and there abouts or did you come farther Nother and see Denali?

I see you have a picture of a "Capt. Magee"  What was his full name?  We had a Capt Magee on Hector too.  Just want to see if he is the same one.

At 2:17pm on February 10, 2012, Robert John Friedhaber said…
Just remembered the barrack's name in 
Boot Camp is was moffett. 
At 2:16pm on February 10, 2012, Robert John Friedhaber said…
Just remembered the barrack's name in 
Boot Camp is was moffett. 
At 9:37am on December 31, 2011, Jim Decota said…

Bob, here a couple of panoramics you might enjoy! These are of B3 on the Slater after restoration. B1 is in progress this Winter. You can use your mouse to scan around 360 and up and down!

B3 lower level

B3 upper level

At 8:52am on December 31, 2011, Gordon L. Slocum said…

I don't recall having to ride in cattle cars, but I do remember it was very hot. The Cunyngham was there for shake down cruse following a period in dry dock in Portsmouth, Va. I don’t remember the exact date but I think it was after the second Mediterranean Cruise. The Cunynghan made three trips to the Mediterranean and 3 or 4 to the Caribbean area.

 

At 9:35pm on December 29, 2011, Jim Decota said…

Hope you get passed it all quicker than that! Take care of yourself! By that time you can hopefully join us on a cruise! She heads for dry dock next Winter and the engineers have finished the rebuild on the main generating 8 cyl and are about to begin the work on the mains! I expect they'll have them running in short order! In the mean time if you ever want to visit her decks, let me know! Navy vets are welcome on board at any time. Even while she is closed for the Winter, we are working on her every week! So, get well quick and we'll hold a uniform and command ball cap for ya!

At 9:14pm on December 29, 2011, Jim Decota said…

Robert, That gray chat bar is the chat for here in Navyvets! If you click on the two squares in the second little box a screen will pop up and let you know who here is on and allow you to talk to them directly! Nor too many have figured it out or use it that much!

At 6:52pm on December 29, 2011, Jim Decota said…

Welcome aboard Petty Officer Friedhaber! If you want to don those utilities again and get your hands dirty, our engineers are just about to start the rebuild of our 16-278's on the Slater in Albany! The goal is to have her "haze gray and underway" once again!

 
 
 

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