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Robert M Todaro
  • 69, Male
  • Holbrook, NY
  • United States
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Profile Information

Rank
Petty Officer Third Class
Enlisted Rating
Interior Communications Electrician
Where were you or your family stationed?
VP-31
CVA-67
Veteran of Foreign War
Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
February 20, 1967
End date of your service
November 13, 1970

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At 6:12pm on August 10, 2013, Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) said…

Welcome aboard, May you have Fair Winds and Following Seas!

At 2:52pm on August 7, 2013, David W Asche said…

VP 31 maybe TOO!

At 2:52pm on August 7, 2013, David W Asche said…

Pretty sure there is a JFK Command on here for you to join.  ALSO check out the "Enlisted Men's mess" and where you went to boot camp.  We have both San Diego and Great Lakes.  Don't know if there is an IC command....MAYBE Doug will MAKE ONE!!!

At 2:46pm on August 7, 2013, David W Asche said…

LOL!!  You had to go way up on top!  One of the first things I had to do after reporting aboard on Hector was lay down on top of our overhead bridge crane and be moved all around the shop overhead to clean the light fixtures.  It was about a twenty foot drop to the deck and the beams in the overhead passed over me just an inch or so of clearance!  We had eight big lights and they were hot!  And I had a wet rag to sticjk up in the lights to wipe out the soot and dust with.  Scared the crap out of me doing that!

At 2:39pm on August 7, 2013, David W Asche said…

I have an IC friend named Bee.  Was on USS Hector with me.

At 2:38pm on August 7, 2013, David W Asche said…

Yes, I have had a few "career changes" as well.  Been everything from a Molder to a track and undercarriage specialist for Caterpillar....

This site (Navy Vets) is EASY to get used to.  I have been here for several YEARS and i have just plain given up on those other sites (Haze grey and under way, Hull Number.com, We were vets, ETC.ETC...) as those sites are too difficult to use, had a mixture of ALL branches at one time, some even COST to be on them.  This one is IT for NAVY vets!!!

Just take a little time to get used to the where stuff is and how touse it and you will do  OK.  You can tell a "newby" when they don't know how to flip a picture so it shows right side up. ( Sorry, but there ARE a few on here who WANT help,but don't ask for it.

Gonna check out your stuff now...BYE!!!

At 12:33pm on August 7, 2013, David W Asche said…

Hello!  Thanks for the nice comment.  Yes, it was a small and very difficult rating to get into, and there were only about 600 Molders in the entire Navy.  It was not one a lot of people even knew about as well.  A lot of people would say, "A MOLDER!!!??  What the F**K is that????"  I heard it a lot.  Welcome to Navy Vets!!!

 
 
 

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