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Trevor Sanchez
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Rank
Seaman
Where were you or your family stationed?
Datc-Fmag San Diego Jan 73 - Jan 75
Veteran of Foreign War
The Cold War
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
September 27, 1972
End date of your service
January 10, 1975

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Christmas

Posted on December 22, 2012 at 7:06am 0 Comments

Hello friends and shipmates. Have a very merry Christmas with your friends and family's. I try to always remember that Jesus is the reason for the season. It seems that the commercial aspect and now the tragic waste of precious lives in Connecticut  has dimmed our memory of what this season is about. It's about God first, our family's and our friends. In these trying times, prayer for our country and it's leaders whether we like them or not is a must. The US is at a fork in the road. And it…

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The Anchor Yearbook

Posted on June 27, 2011 at 5:45am 10 Comments

Does anybody know who published the "Anchor" yearbooks that we got when we were in bootcamp? Mine was stolen 35 years ago and I would sure love to find or buy a copy of it. I was in boot at San Diego in 1972 Company 369.

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At 2:17pm on November 18, 2014, Jon Yim said…

No worries...glad to be of help!

At 12:44pm on September 28, 2011, Jim Decota said…
Trevor, a person I just bought something from on ebay turns out had a number of "Anchors"! They are going to look through them for 72-369. I found a number of listings on there with no year or company. So, since I was bored anyway I emailed them all and told them to put the year and company in the headings! So, you never know!
At 7:03pm on June 27, 2011, Jim Decota said…
Another idea is to find someone on here(in NavyVets) that has a paid membership to "togetherweserved". I only have a free one and will not pay for it! They can search the site for your company and year and see if someone else is on there and send them a message to sign up here!
At 3:07pm on June 27, 2011, Jim Decota said…
Hey Trevor! I have my Anchor from the same time. I can scan all the regular pages that don't pertain to my Company (941) and send those to you! We started and graduated at the same time!
At 3:03pm on June 27, 2011, Jim Decota said…

Hahaha! Oh well! I guess that happenstance came full circle huh?

Just means we gotta find some other members of your company and gettem on here!

At 11:23am on June 27, 2011, Jim Decota said…
Hey Trevor! I just found one of your shipmates from 369 on youtube! He goes by the creen name ridgerunner98570 The name on it is "Pat Redfern" Remember him? I sent him a message on there to sign up here! He was last on there 3 weeks ago. So, he should get it!
At 10:59am on June 27, 2011, Jim Decota said…

Trevor, you can find a number of copies of the Anchor on Ebay. I didn't find your company. But, I did find one from Co. 371. They have it listed as a CD or book. They want stupid money for that one though $85.00?? cray! Here's that item.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Recruit-Training-Anchor-San-Diego-Company-1972-371-NTC-/390023214896

He has his own site

http://www.navyboy63.com/CD652X/cd_ntc_san_diego_company_945_1972.htm

That guy has a few listed. You might contact him and see where he's getting them. They are all from 72.

There's one for Co 915 for only $9.99

http://cgi.ebay.com/USN-Navy-Graduation-Book-Anchor-1972-USNTC-Diego-/150623307732

What we need to do is get someone else from your company in here! Then if he still has his book, get it scanned and copy the company specific pages!

 

At 9:50pm on June 16, 2011, David Wagner said…

Hi Trevor:

 

Yeah, I thought I was going to join the Navy and see the world, or at least serve a tour on ship, but, My administrative scores on the tests were high so ended up in Norfolk, VA on shore duty for 3 years and working for NATO and not the U.S. Navy in budget and finance as SK. Actually was on loan from the Navy to work for NATO. I don't regret my duty or Navy service but thought maybe I would see something in the world other than Norfolk, VA. I even came home every other weekend since my home was just a 5 hour drive from Norfolk.

At 8:08am on June 6, 2011, Jim Decota said…
It's good to see more of our generation joining here! I was in one of the "special" companies, 941. Also graduated in November. We had a shortened basic. They kept changing their minds whether we were going to have to go 8 weeks or 9! It's sad to see NTC is gone now. So little of it remains. Except for the TDE-1. Our two recruit company commanders also made a life of it! Found them on together we served. It wasn't long after I got out that I wish I had!
At 11:00pm on June 5, 2011, Jim Decota said…
Welcome aboard Trevor! We went in the same month. Were you at NTC, San Diego? If so, which company?
 
 
 

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