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Stanley Neely
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  • Sandia, TX
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Dan Brinson left a comment for Stanley Neely
"Hey Stan, Not sure if you remember me or not. ETN2 Brinson. I worked on the DATE Autodin equipment in the comm center"
Aug 16, 2017
Robert Patrick Krause left a comment for Stanley Neely
"Hi Stanley, don't know if you remember me, I was a radioman on the USS Kawishiwi AO146, 1967=1968, If my memory is correct you were on deck force, came up to the radio shack and inquired about the craft. Glad to see you had a great career and…"
Jul 9, 2015
Gene Gowen RM2 left a comment for Stanley Neely
"Hello Stanley   Good to see another RM on here. I see that you went to Rota Spain. I had thought about staying in the navy in 1963 and was going to ask for Rota as a duty station. I was at kami Seya, Japan receiver site (NDT) then GREAT DUTY. I…"
Nov 29, 2014
Stanley Neely commented on Douglas Karr's group USS Essex CV, CVA, CVS-9, LHD-2
"I was stationed on the Essex for only 4 months while awaiting RM A school. I was on the deck force and at 17 years old was scared as hell. That was in 1964. I went on to spent 22 years in the Navy, retiring in 1986 as a RMCS."
Nov 28, 2014
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The fourth Essex was launched 31 July 1942 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. sponsored by Mrs. Artemus L. Gates, wife of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air; and commissioned 31 December 1942, Captain D. B. Duncan commanding.
Nov 28, 2014
Stanley Neely commented on Douglas Karr's group Naval Base Guantanamo, Cuba GTMO
"I was stationed at GITMO in 1973 as a RMCS. loved the diving."
Nov 28, 2014
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Nov 28, 2014
Stanley Neely commented on Douglas Karr's group USS Holland AS-32
"I cross decked from the Simon Lake to the Holland when the Simon Lake relieved her in Rota in the 70's   I was in OPS department as a RM1"
Nov 28, 2014
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Submarine Tender
Nov 28, 2014
Stanley Neely commented on Hook Albright's group Texas Navy Vets
"I retired after 22 years in 1986 as a RMCS and returned to Texas, no living in Sandia, TX......God bless Texas"
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Stanley Neely commented on S D Martin's group US Navy Retired
"I retired after 22 years in October 1986 as a RMCS"
Nov 28, 2014
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Nov 28, 2014
Stanley Neely commented on Mark Lee's group USS Simon Lake AS-33
"I was on board the Simon Lake in OPS dept (radio shack) in 70, picking her up in the yards at Bremerton, rode her to Charleston and we then went to GITMO for refresher training  and I stayed on board until we went to Rota and I cross…"
Nov 28, 2014
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Nov 28, 2014
Stanley Neely commented on Martin George Gnandt's group Blue Nose
"I crossed the Artic Circle aboard a air force AWAC plane while stationed in Iceland. I was a RMC at the time."
Nov 28, 2014

Profile Information

Rank
Senior Chief Petty Officer
Enlisted Rating
Radioman
Where were you or your family stationed?
Iceland, Gitmo, Phillipines, Morocco, Naples, Spain, USS Simon Lake AS 33, USS Holland AS 32, USS Kawishiwi AO 146, Viet Nam, Japan
Veteran of Foreign War
Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Retired
Start date of your service
November 2, 1964
End date of your service
October 30, 1986

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At 11:14am on August 16, 2017, Dan Brinson said…
Hey Stan,
Not sure if you remember me or not. ETN2 Brinson. I worked on the DATE Autodin equipment in the comm center
At 9:11pm on July 9, 2015, Robert Patrick Krause said…

Hi Stanley, don't know if you remember me, I was a radioman on the USS Kawishiwi AO146, 1967=1968, If my memory is correct you were on deck force, came up to the radio shack and inquired about the craft. Glad to see you had a great career and did well in your rate. Well done.

At 11:35am on November 29, 2014, Gene Gowen RM2 said…

Hello Stanley

 

Good to see another RM on here. I see that you went to Rota Spain. I had thought about staying in the navy in 1963 and was going to ask for Rota as a duty station. I was at kami Seya, Japan receiver site (NDT) then GREAT DUTY. I had a few months to be able to take the RM1 test and tried to extend a year to see If I could make it. Was told by the OIC that it would be six years or nothing so I left and went back to Texas and College.  Have second thoughts about that now and then. Really liked being an RM.

Where is Sandia, TX ? I grew up south of Dallas in Mesquite and don't remember ever

Seeing Sandia in my travels around the state.

 
 
 

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