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Thomas Bradford Parisian
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Ronald C. Brabbin left a comment for Thomas Bradford Parisian
"Hi Thomas or Richard,  Did you see another APL in Vietnam, APL 41 the Mark Hopkins.?   Was in Tokyo, then Yokosuka, then Vietnam to service the Brown Water Navy.  I lived on it for 3 months in 1950 in Tokyo then was moved in with the…"
Aug 6, 2014
richard alan schlesier left a comment for Thomas Bradford Parisian
"I don't know about chase but when we were done with cold storage and unloaded at the apl me and my buddy use to go up on top of monkey mountain and visit with the air force at the com-site have steak lunch and watch the fire fight's"
Aug 6, 2014
richard alan schlesier and Thomas Bradford Parisian are now friends
Aug 6, 2014
Thomas Bradford Parisian commented on William Arrington's group USS Salisbury Sound AV-13
"It was the only ship I was on in my Naval career of 4 years and I was only on it for decommissioning (about 3 months).  I was a SA but they put me in with the BTs and MMs.  I didn't even get to stay on when it was towed from Bremerton…"
Aug 5, 2014
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USS Salisbury Sound AV-13

USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13), a Currituck-class seaplane tender, was laid down on 10 April 1943 by Todd Pacific Shipyards, San Pedro, California. The ship was originally named Puget Sound, however it was renamed on 5 June 1944, before it was launched on 18 June 1944. Salisbury Sound was sponsored by Mrs. John D. Price, and commissioned on 26 November 1945, Capt. Doyle G. Donaho in command. She was named after the Salisbury Sound; a sound near Sitka, Alaska and until her decommissioning was…See More
Aug 5, 2014
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"Richard, did we play chess down in cold storage area when we were not too busy?"
Aug 5, 2014
richard alan schlesier left a comment for Thomas Bradford Parisian
"welcome Thomas I was also station on the Apl-30 in Danang Sept 1966 thru Sept 1967 I also issue food to the u boats going up north did that for the whole year"
Aug 5, 2014
Thomas Bradford Parisian commented on Gaylin Russell King's group Naval Support Activity Da Nang
"Served in NSA Danang from May 67-May 68. Served on APL30 for 3 months working supplying the food for the boat that went to Dong Ha and Chu Lai and probably other places. Sent the rest of my tour working in Civic Action. I was at Camp Tien Sha for…"
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Naval Support Activity Da Nang

Da Nang Air Base (1957–1975) was a Republic of Vietnam Air Force (VNAF) facility. The United States used it as a major base during the Vietnam War (1959–1975), stationing Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine units there.See More
Aug 4, 2014
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Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) left a comment for Thomas Bradford Parisian
"Welcome aboard shipmate, May you have Fair Winds and Following Seas! Thank you for your service. Semper Fortis!"
May 21, 2014
Thomas Bradford Parisian is now a member of Navy Veterans
May 21, 2014

Profile Information

Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Enlisted Rating
Yeoman
Where were you or your family stationed?
USS Salisbury Sound AV13
Naval Support Activity, Danang RVN
Portmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth NH
Nuclear Power Training Unit, Windsor ,Ct
Veteran of Foreign War
Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
October 3, 1966
End date of your service
September 4, 1970

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At 2:36pm on August 6, 2014, Ronald C. Brabbin said…

Hi Thomas or Richard,  Did you see another APL in Vietnam, APL 41 the Mark Hopkins.?   Was in Tokyo, then Yokosuka, then Vietnam to service the Brown Water Navy.  I lived on it for 3 months in 1950 in Tokyo then was moved in with the army.  Not sure what happened to the APL after Nam.

At 7:51am on August 6, 2014, richard alan schlesier said…

I don't know about chase but when we were done with cold storage and unloaded at the apl me and my buddy use to go up on top of monkey mountain and visit with the air force at the com-site have steak lunch and watch the fire fight's

At 8:09am on August 5, 2014, richard alan schlesier said…

welcome Thomas I was also station on the Apl-30 in Danang Sept 1966 thru Sept 1967 I also issue food to the u boats going up north did that for the whole year

At 6:14pm on May 21, 2014, Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) said…

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

Thank you for your service.

Semper Fortis!

 
 
 

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