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Jackie Bickford (Martin)
  • Female
  • Las Cruces, NM
  • United States
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Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Where were you or your family stationed?
I was stationed at 3 different commands on Oahu, HI.. NTCC PH, NCEP Washiawa, and NCEP Receiver Site, HI
Veteran of Foreign War
Desert Storm
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
May 13, 1980
End date of your service
March 26, 1993

Jackie Bickford (Martin)'s Blog

Me and My Navy Times

Posted on May 26, 2013 at 9:23pm 2 Comments

I have never blogged before so here goes, never to late to start. I have to say my RTC in FL. was different, I learned that you do not tell a MCPO he has an attitude. Yep, I did and set me back they did. Another piece of advise, don't stand on the grinder and watch the drill team as your company goes marching off without you. Yep did that, 50 pushup later while be slapped on the head with my CC papers did not help. Lucky for me, I could have wound up at I/T.. that is a horror story in…

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At 5:53pm on July 16, 2013, James Franklin Benson said…

Hi Jackie,read your blog about your trials @ tribulations in boot camp.I went thru Great Lakes in Nov.'56...Constantly freezing,with cc on our hind-ends.Glad you pulled thru;it was a lesson I will never forget,and my boot camp experience helped me when I made it to the fleet.

At 9:09am on May 30, 2013, PHILLIP G MORGAN said…

 phill  morgan  went through  ntc orlando  1977, dont  feel  bad  was sent back for a week for  missing  a  belt loop  for inspection to clothes  folding  company ?  The good  thing  did  not  have to  repeat training . classes!  former  comp. 207 po1  Cannon red rope & seaman blue rope chewno.

At 11:41pm on May 26, 2013, David W Asche said…

Yes this site is available on Facebook.  YES you can click on a name and visit their page and see all their stuff.  YES you can look for any command you may have served in/on, or start it up if you want.  PEOPLE are only on here if they sign onto this site.

Build your page up any way you want.  Make it fun and interesting.  Something others would like to see.  Doug Karr doesn't like foul language, but there are ways around that.  Just tell your stories, post your pictures and have a bit of fun.

At the bottom of each area there is a "View All" and that will let you see all that is on that part of the site.  I have found this site is way easier to use that some of the others, and I don't use them any more. 

Welcome abaord!

At 6:23pm on May 26, 2013, Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) said…

Welcome aboard! May you have Fair Winds and Following Seas!

 
 
 

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