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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.

Veterans: 51
Latest Activity: May 15

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Started by l.e. jack hoffman Sep 2, 2010. 0 Replies

Treasure Island Beer Machines

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Comment by Paul Barger on March 6, 2018 at 9:09am

Hey all I have an ongoing PTSD claim and I am looking for anyone who was stationed on TI during 1978-79. This message is especially for Paul Hosse because you were there and remember the guy that tried to kill himself. I need for someone to write a statement for me acknowledging that this did happen. Paul I believe that you had alot to do with this guy and outprocessing him. I really need you to get in touch with me. Thanks, I also appreciate any help from anyone else that might know something. God Bless

Comment by J C Porter Jr on April 4, 2017 at 3:00pm

I was on Treasure Island for Radarman Class A School from about September 1957 too March 1958. Transferred to USS Taussig DD746 from school. Went on Taussig as SN transferred off as RD2. Those were great days.

Comment by Alan Simpson on April 3, 2017 at 5:19pm

I was stationed there for ETA School in 1968. I was at the transit barracks after graduation and waiting for my orders to Naval Guided Missile School in Dam Neck VA. Those barracks were really bad as you had sailors coming in from the fleet, some mustering out, and some waiting for orders someplace where else. A real mixed environment. Watch Your Back! Liberty was great as we only had to muster and do some cleaning fora few hours M-F.

Comment by Willman R. Carter on December 23, 2014 at 12:17pm

I was only at TI for a week [Oct 05-12, 1971], for separations; Was leaving the Nam with a 11-month early out. Was shocked and glad to see the beer machines!

Comment by Paul Hosse on June 26, 2014 at 9:00pm

No. None of the racks were double at TI. All single; about 6 in a row; each with a locker at the head of the bed. The "head" was at the end of the hall. And talk about noisy! People coming in and out at all hours and slamming their lockers; getting up and going or getting back or just folks setting around talking and smoking. Glad I was upstairs where it was a little quieter. We had partision with one single bunk and locker. A total of 12 per floor with a "head' at the end of hall. 

Comment by Thomas Collier on June 26, 2014 at 1:12pm

NEITHER DO I. THE BARRACKS AT KEYPORT WASHINGTON WERE SINGLES ALSO. I SHOULD HAVE REMEMBERED THAT.

Comment by Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) on June 26, 2014 at 1:01pm

The only difference between the racks in that transient barracks and boot camp barracks was in boot they were all doubles, I do not recall any doubles at TI.

Comment by Thomas Collier on June 26, 2014 at 11:28am

I CAN RELATE TO YOUR EXPERIENCE CHIEF.  WAS A VERY STRANGE EXPERIENCE AS I WAS WAITING FOR TRANSFER TO THE PI, REMEMBER THE BARRACKS AND HOW "HOLLOW," IT REPRESENTED WITH THE RACKS AND FEW PERSONNEL.. WHILE VISITING MY SON WHEN HE WAS STATIONED AT ALAMEDA COAST GUARD STATION, WE DROVE THRU TI AND I SHARED MY EXPERIENCE WITH HIM. MANY YEARS HAVE GONE BY. :)

Comment by Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) on June 26, 2014 at 11:20am

That could very well be.

Comment by Paul Hosse on June 25, 2014 at 8:51pm

Hey Lindsey, you were there when I was there. I was in Personnel. Most likely checked you in and check you out. 

 

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