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Treasure Island Naval Station

this island in San Francisco has been many different commands. It was created for the 1939 worlds fair.

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Comment by Robert G. Larsen on June 19, 2014 at 1:45pm
Was stationed at T.I. from Dec., '64 to Feb., '66. Attended ETA & ET class C schools before assignment to the Fleet.
Comment by Ronald C. Brabbin on January 18, 2014 at 11:57am

The only enjoyable time I had at TI was when 2 of us were sent to polish the floor in the waves mess hall, when we were done the waves said stay a while and gave us cake and ice cream, then after noon chow they asked for us back for the rest of the day. Went on liberty in Frisco and a marine took us to their club call the Marine Memorial which was great. Was hit on every place I went by my self.

Comment by william c. mitchell on December 10, 2013 at 1:24pm

I was in transit at TI two  times once in 1966 on my way to Subic Bay and when I returned In 1968 to get discharged. I got to see San Fran for two weeks each time.

Comment by Tommy G Wallin on September 27, 2013 at 12:56am

Every time I was there mess cooking was my job once I was baggier at the commissary Officer's wife line no tips for Enlisted men. . 

Comment by Michael E Horner on September 27, 2013 at 12:54am
Jerald, I was RM3 in CommCenter winter of 70. Only there fore awhile and then on to Moroco. Remember being questioned when a message with my routing initials showed up in the newspaper concerning the US Marshals taking the indians off of the prison island (Alcatraz- sp). Had great experiences esp. with Wave I met and fell for. Alas, heart broken when we had to take our separate paths......
Comment by Jerald Terwilliger on September 26, 2013 at 3:43pm

I was an RM1 with Commander Western Sea Frontier (COMWESTSEAFRON) 1968-1970. Working down in the basement. Lots of 12 on and 12 off while the Russian subs were being tracked.

I am looking for a patch or plaque for COMWESTSEAFRON), but have not been able to find one.

Any body know where I can find one? Or at least a good photo of one I have a couple of sources that make patches and might have some made.

Comment by Ronald C. Brabbin on January 24, 2013 at 5:03pm

I was put on guard duty at the TI brig while waiting for orders in 1954.

I fell asleep on the mid watch, Luckily i wasn't caught or i would probably ended up inside instead of outside.

Comment by terry l barentsen on January 24, 2013 at 3:06pm

i was "brig runner",for 2 weeks,while awaiting discharge in 1969

Comment by John M Andresen on January 16, 2013 at 10:53pm

I attended ET 'A' at TI '72. Enjoyed the location and spent my off duty time either in SF or exploring the area.

Comment by Fred McKague, ETC Ret. on January 13, 2013 at 7:34pm

While I was at T.I. teaching ET-A school in the late 60's I also worked part time at the auto hobby shop in the evening. Everybody knew me as " Mac" . I drove an orange 57 Chevy hardtop. The shop manager was a retired MMC, and I don't remember his name. We just called him chief. I have some good memories of my tour at T.I.


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