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Pete Strzyzewski MLC USN/Ret.
  • 63, Male
  • Manitowoc, WI
  • United States
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Pete Strzyzewski MLC USN/Ret.'s Friends

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  • Robert D Applegate
  • David W Asche
  • Dennis Pennington
  • JIM COWAN

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Profile Information

Rank
Enlisted
Where were you or your family stationed?
I"m still around. Joined the Navy June of 1974. Went to Molder "A" School in Sept. and in Dec. of 1974 was stationed on the Howard W. Gilmore AS-16. Went to Molder "J" School Jan. 1976 after I was stationed on The Samuel Gompers AD-37. Re-enlisted and went back to the Gilmore in 1979. Bounced back to the Gompers in 1980 and left for SIMA San Diego. Made MLC and in 1984 was retired due to back injury. I remember lot of Molders, Drop me a line, hope to hear from someone. Pete
Veteran of Foreign War
The Cold War, Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Retired
Start date of your service
June 9, 1974
End date of your service
May 1, 1984

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At 9:36am on January 24, 2010, Pete Strzyzewski MLC USN/Ret. said…
Hey Bob, hope your doing well always think about everyone one the GOMPERS. I'm not doing anything now, just social Security and my 70% from the VA working on a 100%. I' just retired now, but with 3 children in grade school. Take care Bob...............Pete....................Here is Wisconsin
At 7:59pm on January 17, 2010, Robert D Applegate said…
Hey Pete I was surprised to see your portrait on here. I have been wondering where you were at. Hope that everything is going good, I can see with the tatoos that you cannot enter the air force now. When are we going to get the tonka trucks out and go play in the sand again. Take care Bob Applegate
At 11:23pm on July 27, 2009, Joseph A. Landry said…
Hey Ski, Joe Landry here still in San Diego making patterns and vacuum form tooling out of my garage shop. Is this an awsome site or what?
At 9:31pm on June 13, 2009, JIM COWAN said…
NICE LOOKING BIKE PETE. BESIDES MY TWO HARLEYS ALL OF MY BIKES WERE EITHER HONDA OR SUZUKI.........I ADDED A WINDSHIELD AND BAGS TO MINE........I THINK I'LL PUT A FEW MILES ON BEFORE CHANGING MY PIPES OUT.....I WENT A LITTLE OVERBOARD ON MY LAST BIKE......THAT'S WHAT THEY SAY "HD" STANDS FOR......HUNDRED DOLLARS......THAT'S WHAT YOU SPEND EVERY TIME YOU GO TO THE HARLEY SHOP.....
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO GOING TO STURGIS IN AUGUST....MY FRIEND BOB JUST BOUGHT A NEW ELECTRA GLIDE AND WE WILL BE HEADING TO THE RALLY IN STILE.....WE BOTH WENT TO STURGIS IN 2007......I WORK ALL YEAR FOR THIS TRIP......I'M NOT GETTING ANY YOUNGER OR BETTER LOOKING......I'LL TAKE A FEW PICS OF MY BIKE AND ADD THEM.....GOOD HEARING FROM YOU............YOUR SHIPMATE JIM
At 12:58am on February 27, 2009, JIM COWAN said…
PETE, PM2 WOODS IS REGISTERED ON THE TOGETHER WE SERVED SITE. AS PER DENNY PENNINGTON. CATCH YOU LATER...........JIM
At 5:27pm on February 15, 2009, JIM COWAN said…
HEY PETE, YES MR. BOLLINGER WAS AT THE SCHOOL WHEN I TRANSFERED TO THE DIXON, I'M NOT SURE WHERE HE WENT. HE REPLACED ML1 MIKE SUMMY AS THE STUDENTS COMPANY COMMANDER. THAT IS ANOTHER MOLDER I'M LOOKING FOR, MIKE SUMMY THAT IS.......CATCH YOU LATER........JIM
At 9:50am on February 6, 2009, Joe Rhea said…
Peter,
I was just a young Molder when you retired and never had the pleasure to meet you but welcome. The Molder site is awsome. A lot of us have some cool pictures up, brings back alot of memories.
Joe
At 7:31am on February 5, 2009, Douglas Karr said…
Welcome Aboard Peter! Thank you for your service in Vietnam.
 
 
 

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