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At 6:43pm on April 25, 2018, Howard N King said…

Emmet, Qtr's K was my 1st Duty Station after Boot Camp. Reported Feb 58 for one year. 

Reported as a FN and changed to SN and became a CS Striker. I went on to make the Navy a career and retired as a CWO4 Supply Warrant Officer. I had a great career. Then worked Navy and Army Civil Service with 2yrs in Sigonella, Sicily and 11 in Germany, what a ride!!!

I now live in Manning, SC with my beautiful wife and 2 Toy Poodles. Howard King  

At 9:55pm on April 18, 2018, Louis E. Washington said…

Emmet, Thanks for the friend request! I'm so happy you enjoyed the recording.

At 11:11pm on April 17, 2018, Emmet Molloy said…

Another ship at Lambert’s Point in 2012,

        http://www.navy.mil/view_image.asp?id=116477

At 11:04pm on April 17, 2018, Emmet Molloy said…

Deperming process, not much has changed since I was stationed there in 1967.

           http://www.navy.mil/view_image.asp?id=30002

    

At 5:08pm on April 16, 2018, Lisa Horton said…
Hello, My dad is the actual Navy Veteran. I lost him in 2013. He was on the USS BON HOMME CVA- 31 from Dec. 55 to Feb 59. I joined this group to find possible surviving friends of his. I know he was in Japan also. I have looked up his ship. Saw actual footage on YouTube. I desire to travel to California some day & cross the Golden Gate bridge because he went under it on his ship. He was stationed RECSTA, T. I., Sanfransico, California.
At 1:03pm on April 16, 2018, Jerry Ballard(sw)SH1Ret said…

Welcome to NavyVets. Never was on the East Coast, always a West Cost guy, but did 20 years and would do it again If I could.  - Chaplain jerry

At 6:06pm on April 13, 2018, David De Rooy said…

Welcome Emmet. glad you're here. It looks like you are off to a good start. I like your profile photo.

At 5:43pm on April 13, 2018, Jim Cassidy said…

Hello Emmet,

 I worked over at the Liquid Oxygen Plant at the Air Station. The plant was at the end of runway overlooking the entrance to the bay. Best duty station I had. Would go to mainside to go to the commissary to stock up the kitchen at the plant. Sometimes we would shoot over to the White Hat or the Copa. We had a nice little EM club over on our side. There were about10 or 12  of us working there. We stayed in Quonset huts along side the plant. No barracks for us. Air conditioned too! Hitched a ride on some of the ships that were headed to port calls in the islands too

   Met one of the guys I was stationed with at the plant on this site. We arrived at GTMO within a month of each other and left a month apart too after a year there. Saw his name and made contact. Got together for lunch and found out we live within 10 miles of each other in NJ. Have stayed in touch. 

   Before GTMO I was on board USS NORTHAMPTON CC-1 from Sept. ‘67 until Feb. ‘69. After GTMO I went to Newport RI on board USS MISSISSINEWA AO-144 in Feb. ‘70 until my discharge in Apr. ‘71.

At 11:22am on April 13, 2018, Lee Damicone said…

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