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Looking for a friend

Started by Timothy. Last reply by william c. mitchell Jul 8, 2013. 3 Replies

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Comment by Paul Barger on April 5, 2017 at 9:24am

Just wanted to get the word out to all PC's there is a PC Assn you can join maybe you will find ones you served with. So join if you havent already their address is tell them Paul Barger sent you.

Comment by Les Williamson SCW USNR retired on February 21, 2013 at 9:58pm

Joined in 1977. PC A school in 1980 served onboard USS Caloosahatchee AO 98 and USS Conyngham DDG 17. Retired out of the reserves in 1997 having been the PC with NMCB 20 from 1983- 1997

Comment by william c. mitchell on September 18, 2011 at 12:37pm

I was in during that time frame but never new him.


Comment by William R Batten on September 15, 2011 at 2:59pm
Hello.My name is Russell and I am not a PC.But I am looking for a friend of mine who is/was a PC2in the mid 1980's.His name is Wade Knowles and was the PC on board the USS John Hancock(DD-981) when I was there ,from 83-86.Made Sailor of the Year on John H.If anyone knows where he is,my e mail is free to give it to him.I have looked at other sites and cannot find him.Thank you.
Comment by william c. mitchell on September 2, 2011 at 5:55pm

Lets don't let out all the secrets, you know war is hell. LOL


Comment by Dean Shillinglaw on August 28, 2011 at 4:47pm
Bill, Glad to see you are still kicking, I knew you would get to this site sometime  and sign up, As long as you were in the Navy you should run across a lot of people you met over the years on here. And I bet they could tell some stories about you just like I could. Ha!
Comment by william c. mitchell on August 28, 2011 at 1:31pm
Hello Dean,  Just can"t get away from you old boss, PC2 Mitchell while in MCB- 40. Glad to see some postal clerks out here.  We are no more in the Navy.  What do they call our rate now?
Comment by Dean Shillinglaw on February 4, 2011 at 2:42pm
Was a PC3 with MCB Forty Seabees, went to Puerto Rico (Camp Moscrip), Diego Garcia, and Guam. Made PC2 but needed to extend to put the "crow on" told them no thanks.
Comment by Bradley P Stenstrom on November 8, 2010 at 10:08am
Proud to say I was a career Postal Clerk. Went to PC "A" school at Fort Ben in March of 1982. I was already a PC striker onboard my ship (USS Suribachi AE-21) for a year when I finally got a slot in "A" school. My division officer sent a radio message to the school command letting me know I had passed the PC3 exam and was officially frocked. That caused a stir at "A" school. But I made some great friends there. It was very difficult to advance in the rate, but in 1995 after 11 tries I made it to PC1 (Only E6 Postal Clerk advanced that year) Made selection board for PCC several times, but was not selected. I now work for the USPS in Riviera Beach, FL.
Just one more comment....... Where are you PCCS H. Field Kellogg, formally of Evanston, IL ????
Comment by Paul Barger on July 23, 2009 at 4:51pm
I graduated from the Interservice Postal School at Ft Benjamin Harrison in Indiana in Oct 1978. My first station was Treasure Island San Francisco as the Transiet Postal Clerk. I then went to volunteered for the LaSalle out of the Persian Gulf. My last duty station was the Jesse L Brown FF-1089 out of Charleston SC.

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