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James A. Morgan
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  • West Richland, WA
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Petty Officer Second Class
Where were you or your family stationed?
San Diego, NTC. USS Mathews, AKa 96. USS Annapolis, AGMR 1. USS Buck, DD 761. RM
Veteran of Foreign War
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
August 27, 1965
End date of your service
July 31, 1959

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At 2:04pm on May 11, 2013, Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) said…

My official/unoffical job in here is that I say welcome aboard to all new members, my way of saying thank you for your service. I was a radiation health tech for over 15 years in the nav and I actually applied for a job in Hanford.

At 2:54pm on May 9, 2013, James W Ward said…

Welcome aboard Jim..

At 2:52pm on May 9, 2013, James W Ward said…

Jim, I live on Maui, spent the last 10 years here after retiring as a Network engineer. My first wife and I split and I remarried to a wonderful lady.  We have one daughter and one grandson.  Did the 4 in the Navy, have back problems from a fall out of a Helo on my way to cam ranh bay and other exotic places in country.

Not sure if I can give you my regular email or not.. but here is a shot..

JWAW  AT send me an email and we will talk.

At 9:46am on May 9, 2013, Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) said…

Welcome aboard!

At 4:02pm on May 8, 2013, James W Ward said…

Bath Lane, Ventura, Ca.  hell yea I remember (well sort of)  it was a hell of a night.  Spent many a liberty with you, had a lot of fun.  I remember you hung over and ticked off at me because I wasn't.  Never did get a hangover.  

After TTY school Went to Hornet, then did TTY repair all over Viet Nam and the task force.  I took the TTY school thinking it would mean shore duty.  Well that didn't work.

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