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I am going to a put a claim in for diabetes sa I was denied be for. thanks . benito Garcia .God bless you all. Vet1970@outlook.com.
Added by benito garcia on September 25, 2015 at 10:02pm — No Comments
RAMONE TRIVENO LADERDO TX. USS RANGER CVA 61 R4 DIV PIPESHOP.1967-1970 VIET NAM.
My storage locker was broke into and all of my USN belongings: uniforms, Black and Whites, Winter Black, Blue Dress, Pea coat. Dungarees, everything including my cottage.. I was in from 72-80. Can anyone help me find replacements?
Added by Shane B. Russell-Jenkins on July 29, 2015 at 5:07pm — No Comments
Why would my Father-in-law's name, Robert C. Olsen, Seaman/2c, NOT be listed on the crew-members page for the USS SPICA, 1944-45? That's the ship he was on! Any comments appreciated.
Besides living in Canada for 6 years, I’ve had the privilege of traveling to Germany and France when I was young. With business, I traveled and worked with companies in Iceland, France, the UK, and Italy. In the Navy, I did humanitarian operations throughout the Bahamas and Puerto Rico. We also did joint training operations in Europe with the UK, France, and Israelis. I served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm, spending time in Egypt, Israel, United Arab Emirates…Continue
Can anyone help me out finding one to leave my children?
Also the exact order of the dog tag info, row for row.
LIKE TO FIND ANY OF MY SHIPMATES ,
Looking for surveying members of the S.S. Spica,? WW-II, Navy Cargo Ship, Point Barrow, Alaska, 1945, or records of the ship, pictures, shipmates,unit designation, awards etc! My father-in-law, Robert C. (Bob) Olsen, (89), from Chicago, Ill, still standing! Served on her in Alaska, prior to that was stationed in Hawaii on the ferry to and from Ford Island! "GO NAVY"! "CAN-DO"! "OO-RAH"! Contact: (son-in-law), former Sgt. 82nd Airborne, MP Co. 1967-70! "AIRBORNE"!
Added by Robert Carl Olsen on June 6, 2015 at 2:57pm — No Comments
The new meeting site effective January, 2015 is at the
3904 South Dale Mabry, Tampa, FL 33614.
This is in the Britton Plaza Shopping Center about 1/2 mile N. of Gandy Blvd. We meet the 4th Thursday each month at 6:30 p.m. The Association is open to Navy and Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers and we offer an annual scholarship to a member or relative as…
Added by Bruce H. "Skip" May on June 6, 2015 at 12:44pm — No Comments
VFA-86 Squadron. FA-18 Aviation Machinist Mate
NATO Cruise 1988, Blue Nose.
Med Cruise 1989, Shellback.
I am missing my ship! USS AMERICA!
My Wife of 18 years walked out the front door April 29th and is filing for divorce. I haven't seen her or our Son since. She and Her Brother have kicked me and our Daughter to the curb! All the bills; water and electric, natural gas, telephone, cable and Internet were in her name, and she paid the rent. She get's SSI (Supplemental Security Income) and disability payments because she's handicapped. Her brother manages her bank account and controls the money.
1963-1966 stationed at Quonset Point RI. attached to VS 22 and deployed on the Carrier USS Lake Champlain CVS 39. Would like to hear from anyone who might have been attached to VS 22 at that timeSquar
Added by Robert John Lacy Jr. on May 16, 2015 at 9:32pm — No Comments
I will be 71 in June and I believe in keeping the memories of my Navy Days, and perhaps yours, alive. I live my life vicariously through my service as it was one of the best periods of my life. In 2010 I wrote my memoirs, Navy Days Memoirs of a Sailor in the 60's. It's still out there on Amazon. I own several t-shirts and patches depicting my radioman sparks and ships - Saratoga and FD Roosevelt. Now I decided to create T-shirts commemorating the 60's, cold war and where I was and might have…Continue
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Added by Ronald C. Brabbin on April 18, 2015 at 7:08pm — No Comments
This is Em3 Electrician mate1976-1979, there were some fun times and bad times. the fun times were when we get to go to worldly ports. really like Egypt. the racks were really small. the food got a Little better when they opened the forward basically a snack bar. helped put that in as well. does anyone remember the JP-5 jet fuel in the freshwater and the bug juice they added to hide the taste. as well the fuel being in the shower water and slim on you that you would have after? i hope to…Continue
Added by Steve Le Fevre on March 22, 2015 at 3:58pm — No Comments
I was at Sima 87-89 I started in the lagging shop then transferred to the boiler shop. It looks like everyone drove those vans they had me drive them for over 6 months they always put me in the big white van that thing was junk. I worked in the lagging shop hey Brian do you remember the boxing gloves in the lagging shop if I remember right Cox tagged you good. Is this the Stillwell that drove the hog with a bicycle horn on it? I remember the beer truck at the…Continue
Added by scott ward on March 20, 2015 at 12:32pm — No Comments
My name is Michael Elliott I was in navy in Great Lakes .I'm looking for my navy keel book 1962 company 216 .From boot camp I went to Millington / Memphis tn. I had a 3 year hitch from may 1962 to May 1965- Land sailor I know somebody had to do it .I have searched the internet on & off for a few years now trying to locate my keel book with no luck. I would also like to hear from any one I served with -my email is email@example.com. Thank You. mike
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