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Any Navy Veteran who served from 2-Sept.-1945 to 26-Dec-1991, prevented World War III for 46 years. We must never forget those who did pay the Ultimate price with their lives. USS Scorpion SSN-589, and many others. I Salute your Bravery.....

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Veterans: 388
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Asbestos Exposure-Cancer Risk for Veterans

Started by Jerald Terwilliger. Last reply by Dave "Rock" Cowles Feb 21, 2017. 15 Replies

All Cold War Veterans- this can be very important to you the ships most of us served on containeda lot of asbestos, and we were all exposed to it 24/7…Continue

Cold War Service Medal-2015

Started by Jerald Terwilliger May 7, 2015. 0 Replies

On April 28. 2015 Congressman Steve Israel(D NY-3); as he has for the last several years, along with Congressman David Jolly (R-FL 13) and seven other cosponsors introduce H.R. 2067 The Cold War…Continue

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What Military Awards Did You or Your Unit Earn

Started by Jerald Terwilliger. Last reply by ROBIN RUBEN FLORES Jul 7, 2014. 4 Replies

Hope someone finds this information helpful. American Cold War Veterans Blog JerryContinue

2012 Senate NDAA has a provision for Cold War Service Medal

Started by Jerald Terwilliger. Last reply by Philip Schroeder Aug 2, 2013. 13 Replies

Now we have a provision in the NDAA and two stand alone bills American Cold War Veterans Blog

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Comment by jeff zahratka on March 17, 2010 at 2:46pm
Flew out of Pittsburgh to Great Lakes in October of 72. Walked off the brow of the KAUFFMAN in Jan 99. Had so much fun someone asked me to write a book about it. So I did.
Comment by Joe Bohne on March 17, 2010 at 9:13am
I was in from july 1967 to october 1971.stationed at usnavsta annapolis md.NSA Danang. navsta Rota
Comment by Craig Lami on March 16, 2010 at 6:11pm
I was in from June '70 to December '79. Stationed on both coasts, Rota, and 2 WESPACs. Took a trip to the Carribian to try to capture a Russian sub that had run aground. It got away. I took a picture of a communist tawler in Hong Kong.
Comment by John Kellett on March 16, 2010 at 2:07pm
OK Bill. I am in. I served in the USN from 1958-62 and the USNR from 1970-78. I was stationed at NAS Norfolk, NAVSTA Guantanamo Bay and with VP64 in Willow Grove, PA. As you know, I am active in the Guantanamo Bay Association and this year's reunion is in Branson, MO.
Comment by Paul F. Palladeno on March 16, 2010 at 11:36am
Served from 1959 to 1961 aboard the USS Rigel AF58.
Recommissioning Crew USS Mazama AE9, 1961 to 1963.
Our worst experience was being shadowed by a Foxtrot Class Soviet
Submarine during the Cuban Quarantine, October 1962.
Even their periscope looked menacing.
Comment by Darrell A. Nelson ENC Retired on March 15, 2010 at 4:48pm
I put a picture of the Cold War Certificate on my page. Go to my photos and check it out. Everyone should have gotten one in the mail, if not see your local VA rep. Congress is still working on authorizing the medal.
Comment by Tony Sawyer on March 14, 2010 at 7:04pm
In from July '83 to March '93. Spent two years in Mayport, four years in GTMO and three years at Instructor Duty at GLAKES.
Comment by Dennis Pennington on March 14, 2010 at 3:57pm
In from November 1984 to April 1995. Stationed on four Destroyer tenders.Stationed on west coast,east coast. Made 1 Westpac, and 3 Med.cruises. Saw the world at a young age.
Comment by William (Bill) Karr ETC(SS) on March 13, 2010 at 7:56am
I think that this is a deserving "Command" and I am happy to join it. I have been lucky enough to have spent over 30 years serving and yet have never been in combat. The closest I ever came was a Russian torpedo singing past our starboard site while we were watching their Navy manuevers. We never knew if they were actually firing at us or if we were just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
 

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