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Roger Q. Booth
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  • Wilcox, NE
  • United States
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Chief Petty Officer
Where were you or your family stationed?
rtc san diego, ntc san diego, Uss Arcadia, Uss Claude V. ricketts DDG-5, navcommsta Phil, Nas newe Orleans La., Navsta Gitmo, Navcruitdist Kcmo, Comnavcruitcom IG, RTC Great Lakes IL.
Veteran of Foreign War
The Cold War
Current Status with the US Navy
Start date of your service
November 30, 1064
End date of your service
November 30, 1087

Roger Q. Booth's Blog

co 649/64 san diego, and RM(A) sch (65) and RM(B) sch 69

Posted on January 22, 2010 at 4:41pm 0 Comments

hello everyone, new to this, Roger Booth here, retired in 87 spent most of my time on the east coast. with the exception of schools and NAVCOMMSTA Phillipines. Married for 39 yrs, have 2 boys and live in nebraska. Hope to hear from anyone that I served with. Wish all gthose in harms way a safe return home.

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At 9:45pm on December 18, 2013, Gene Gowen RM2 said…

Hi Chief...Good to see another real RM on here....especially one that worked at a receiver site, as I did. I spent two years at NRRF Kami Seya, Japan after a stint on a tin can. Welcome Aboard.... Not a lot of action on the NavCom page here, as you can see.. I belong to the Navy Radioman page on Face Book and we have several RM's there IMight try it, if you haven't, as of yet.. I think you will find this site is a good one also though...

At 4:56pm on December 18, 2013, Frederick Smith (Smitty) said…

Hi Roger, I too went to Radioman "A" School in Bainbridge, MD from July 1965 - January 1966. From there I went directly to NAVCOMSTAPHIL in January of 1966. Stayed there for 2½ years and worked in Relay. I see that we have some similarities but I only made RM3.

Frederick Smith

Palmer, MA

At 6:34pm on January 15, 2010, Douglas Karr said…
Welcome Aboard, Chief!

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