Guestlog--Part TWO

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Name E-mail Comments
A.D. Bettencourt CMM RET. abettencourt@webtv.net USN 37/45 USNR 47/79
E. W. Felt / GMC pefelt@eastland.net Fair winds and following seas.
Mark Hoskins MHos445177@aol.com Served on the USS Richard B. Anderson (1970-72). Looking for FN Mike Norman. If anyone knows where he may now be located, please email me.
JIM DRAK DRAKJ@EUR.DISA.MIL RBA, RM2, 70-72
BERT ASSELIN UNCLEBERT0811@WEBTV.NET LOOKING FOR SHIP MATES THAT SERVED ON THE F D R CVA 42 1957 58 V1 V2 DIV.
Ron Camp LCDR USNR(Ret) roncamp@mhd.com Ahoy! I was a Midn 1/C on RBA in '71 for PACMIDTRARON, with USS CHICAGO as the flagship. Imagine 12 DD's full of middies trying to keep station! This was during the time that RBA had the dome aft for whatever it was they were testing. During the cruise we got to visit San Francisco, Victoria BC and Pearl. Maybe I can find some pictures. After commissioning I got orders to USS ORISKANY (CVA-34). Got to visit RBA again in Yokusaka in '72 after DESRON 15 had moved there. I may have ended up a carrier black shoe, but I was glad my first underway experience was on a DD!
Pat Hartigan (FTG-3) Pat_Hartigan@yahoo.com or
Pat1clone@aol.com
Hello Skipper!, Well it was a pleasure reading your passage on the RBA sign in log! I well remember that time, April to August in 1972! I was aboard the RBA from early 1970 until Oct. 1972 when I flew back to the states for discharge. I remember well when we got bracketed! I have a few slides of the shells hitting the water! Don't ask me what fool broke condition Zebra to take those photos though, I have long forgotten. Maybe you know? I have fond memories of working in Plot with Chief Martyn, FTG-3 Michael Palculich ( who I have seen recently in Fallbrook) I am in San Diego fighting a different war...street crime, been with the Sheriff's Dept for almost 20 years now. Take care!! "Hi Ho Silver"....
Jennifer jwright09@snet.net No comment
peggy fulton looking for someone
Thomas Dempsey TDempsey3@compuserve.com thanx fellow tin-can sailor
Jacqueline goodwolv@eastwind.org Looks great! Dad had to show me all the work that you had done.
jay miller jaymiller50@hotmail.com The navy term XO, what does it stand for? Thanks
Carl South csouth50@aol.com Was BT3 on Dupont DD941 in 69-70 WES-PAC curise Transfer to mighty shang-ri La good page thank you carl
Robert R Felt Mogeed@aol.com nice 2 meet u
Barry A. Cruikshank barryc@alumni.princeton.edu Etm3/c on RBA 47-48
Frank Wood frank.wood@halliburton.com Liked the Page dedication to Destroyer Squadron Fifteen. Did you guys ever work with the Mullinnix DD94 in 1972?
Capt Kent Higginbotham krh@inlink.com enjoyed this, I'm still new to all of the web-site stuff. 'Must learn!
Tony Mabes amabes@flashnet.com Captain, Sir. I came abourd the USS Richard B. Anderson just days after you left. While Captain Thames was a good man unto himself, he never quite reached the level of esteem that my shipmates had in you. Wish that I could have known you.
DANIEL GILROY DGILROY703@AOL YOU SOUND LIKE A REAL GOOD SKIPPER . WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SERVED WITH YOU. USS FISKE SHIPMATES DON'T FORGET REUNION IN BUFFALO THIS SEPT. CONTACT ME FOR INFO.
M.Zullo Mjzullo@aol.com I'm trying to find someone I used to know who served in the Navy about 14 years ago. Any suggestions on how this could help me find him?
Jean Thompson Patterson mamajean@bellatlantic.net Great to hear from you.I will send pictures and more later.
Brian Felt 102417.1510@compuserve.com Hope to hear from you!
Jean Patterson mamajean@bellatlantic.net what a life, I remember you well, Mom would have enjoyed your writings. Will tell you all about my life later. love jean
Aries-Jordan Clarke AximilliV@hotmail.com I need your info on Vietnam!!
KARL D. Kinnard chtl12@aol.com EW / KINNARD --- HELLO !!!
navy mom successfulhabit.webtv.net looking 4 email 4 USS T ROOSEVLT not on Navy links can u help?
Barry Cruikshank bacdd701@juno.com I was ETM3 on RBA 47-48
Bobbi Carpenter I was a Navy wife and it was the hardest life to get used to but also the most rewarding. May Gods abundance of blessings and the fairwinds of the seas always cross your bow.
Josh Garner navblu@specent.com Captain,Good to see your a tin-can sailor.I was on the Bigelow for a short while in 1975.
MMCS Larry French USN RET. lfrench@marion.net
Jean harry43@telusplanet.net Prayed to find the lost link last nite, and found it today in Butka, Hungary.
george t.carr mm 1/c carrworks@webtv.net uss kitty hawk akv- 1 43/44,bb34,rogers ddr876 ,dashiell dd659.very good site
Al Bain altrina@gte.net Good site-thanks. ex SK1 DD869 LPD5
Jerry Stephens jerrystephens@netgenie.com nice site..hope to meet you in SD
Barry A. Cruikshank Etm3/c47-48 bacdd701@juno.com I was released in January,1948. I like to contact a Yeoman who was on board then and fowarded Navy Test results to me.
JACK KRAUSE JCK@CENTURYINTER.NET SERVED ON THE USS ORISHANY 1969 WITH VA 23 WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANY OF THE METALSMITHS FROM 68-70. ENJOYED YOUR SITE THANK YOU.
Gene Gritton egritton@neonramp.com just for curiosity i look at your service record and what to my suprise saw you were on Operation Deepfreeze. I was also,61-62,...62-63 aboard the Uss Vance and USS Durant. Nice home page!!
terry charles jr tjmaaaxxx@aol.com my father served on the rba in the vietnam war i have photos to contribute if any one would like and i could use some to thankyou
terry charles jr tjmaaaxxx@aol.com my father served on the rba in the vietnam war i have photos to contribute if any one would like and i could use some to thankyou
charles e. figg charles.figg@cwixmail.com RBA weapons officer 63/64
figg, charles e. charles.figg@cwixmail.com RBA weapons officer 63/64
BARRY N. KAYE CAPT BKAYE@AOL.COM THE WORLD JUST GOT ALOT SMALLER. I AM JUST SO PLEASED THAT I FOUND YOUR WEB SITE. I'VE BEEN LOOKING IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES. HOPE ALL WELL, HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON. BK
Paul A Martyn FCCM (SW} USN RET PMa4618428@aol.com
Paul A Martyn FCCM (SW} USN RET PMa4618428@aol.com Hi CDR what a nice surprise to find your site annd be able to say hello and wish you and your family the best after so long. I have great memories of serving on the Dickey B while under your command.
Douglas A. Pierce spankys@home.com Seems that the sailors of long ago keep the candles burning in memories of some very fine warships...
Bert Brunett louis.a.brunett@swf.usaec.army.mil RD3 USS Mansfield DD-728 1963-1965
Melanie Cutler mcutler@fcpa.fujitsu.com Please Help, I am looking for my uncle, Frank "Skip" McNelis. He was killed on a fire aboard a naval ship during the Vietnam War. He is not found on the Vietnam Memorial Wall. Is was born in Texas around 1945. Please Help.
Ron Burris ron.burris@pni.com history buff-served 1970=1974 USS Anchorage LSD-36
Ron Burris ron.burris@pni.com history buff-served 1970=1974 USS Anchorage LSD-36-was on the USS Benewah out of Vung Tau and Nha Trang-also in 72 in Quang Tri
Fran Dale(nee Blumenschein) fdale@rnt.org Am I related to the real captain?



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