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Terry Eugene Harris
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  • Brewton, AL
  • United States
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Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Where were you or your family stationed?
-SS Shenandoah AD 26 Norfolk VA 1972 USS HOWARD W. GILMORE 1974 HOLY LOCH SCOTLAND 1975-1978 DATC SANDIEGO 32nd STREET NAVSTA 1978- 1980 USS CONOPUS & USS JASON PEARL HARBOR HI. 1980-1983 MOLDER A&J SCHOOL -1983-1985 HOLY LOCH SCOTLAND ON the USS SIMON LAKE cross deck to the USS HOLLAND 1985-1990 NAVSHIPSPARTS MECANICSBURG PA. 1990-1993 then retired
Veteran of Foreign War
The Cold War, Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Retired
Start date of your service
February 16, 1972
End date of your service
February 25, 1993

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At 3:20pm on January 6, 2015, David W Asche said…

Henry "Skip the Stud" Carrington is on Facebook.  He's a liberal a******, but I will let you decide where to go with that.

At 7:29pm on December 16, 2013, Dennis Pennington said…

I believe you were one of my instructors in A-school January 85-May85. We were the big class, MLC Gundelfinger was commissioned as a CWO during our class and we all attended the ceremony. Dave Simon from Ohio was in our class and went to the Simon Lake after A-school.

At 2:23pm on December 3, 2013, David W Asche said…

Hi. Terry!  I was in contact with Henry (Skip) Carrington, but he got pissed at me and decided to not be in contact any longer.  Gundlefinger stayed in and made Chief, but I don't know where he is now.  I have been trying to contact Tom Kitchen for years, but no luck so far.  Wendel "Molder" Holmes came to my ship on the last cruise I was on, and he is on here and also in contact with a few others.  ML-1 Paul Little was my instructor too, as MLCM Glen Maguire was running the school when I was there.  Maguire lives up here in Alaska and I have been in contact with him a few times.  Glad to have you as another Molder on here.  There were never very many of us as a whole, so we need to stick together.  So many Navy men asked, "What is a Molder?"  Almost all knew what a BT and a BM were.

At 8:50am on November 30, 2013, Jo Perkins said…

terry, glad you found this site. I had thought of you from time to time. for a time there was several people with the last name of harris in the molder rating.when I sold my bike to Hardeman in san diego, I sold you my leather jacket. where are you living now. I retired in 92 and came to florida in 94. hope to hear from you.

At 10:11pm on November 26, 2013, David W Asche said…

Hey, SANDRAT!!  You need to get in the SAND BOX with the rest of US MOLDERS!!!  What A School class were you in??  I'm guessing 7202 or 7203.  I was in 7201 so I don't think that was you.

Drop me a line and I'll fix you up with maybe a buddy or two.

 

At 5:36pm on November 6, 2013, Lindsey E. Ford HMC (SW) said…

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

 
 
 

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