Guestlog--Part Three

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Col Tom Bartlett n3acx@citynet.net Looking for an info source for a friend who wants to link up with WW2 Navy buddies
Robert E. Johnson rjohn810@aol.com USNA '57
Jim Fairman jamesfairman@erols.com 1 tour of duty on a Garcia class FF after the USS Mount Whitney.
Bill Holloway holloway@flash.net I like ur home page. Great 1st ship as I am a born and raised Texan. I spent my time on DD 508 62--65
Nancy Forsyth Hilltopnan@Kymtnnet.org My husband served as communications officer on board the destroyer BAILEY during WWII, mostly around Borneo and the Philippines. We met when he returned to the states and was stationed at NATTCenter at Millington, TN I was in the WAVES and stationed at NAS Millington right across the road from NATTCenter.
Doug Dixon, LCDR USN Ret dndixon@att.net Hi, I was RBA ops off 67 & 68 under Ed Alberta and Doug Robertson. Saw your site as a link in the RBA web page.
Serge Desnoyers dozelate@bellsouth.net Sir, you might be the perfect person to help with a question. If your in s sub or a DD, can one Harpoon do the job? How many would be necessary to penetrate a ships defenses? Please comment. Thanks
ELMER G. SLAUGHTER ESLAUGHT@AOL.COM 3 YEARS ABOARD THE USS GURKE DD 783, CHECK OUR WEBSITE.
Jack Metcalf oldsailor29@msn.com
John McKnight john@starfishnet.com served in Richard B. Anderson 68-69-70
Laszlo Apathy LaszloApathy@home.com Kituno... very, very good webpage
Harold Matula Harold205@yahoo.com Very nice Web site you have here. Please visit the Web sites of the Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club Web Ring.
jim miles mightyo14@hotmail.com This is a great page. I served on the USS ORISKANY in the early 50's. I am searching for others who served same ship, same time. Thanks
MAC/BMC Frank Alvarez Macbt@bellsouth.net nice page
John Des Jardins (SK1 USN RET) JOHFROMLODI@ WEBTV.NET ITS NICE TO SEE A GOOD LOOKIN WEB SITE
George Behrend geob12@msn.com Enjoyed your page. Isn't the USS Texas in Houston now? Had a friend who visited her and I think he said Houston.
Henry Collins rv0760@netzero.net I would like to hear from people that served on the U.S.S Amphion AR-13 between the years 1951-1955.
marjorie e hamilton margesj@nbnet.nb.ca Interesting first look at your site. My Hungarian g-grandmother was Barbola Kis who married a Samuel Kovacs/Kowach and they had a son John Kovacs who came to Canada. Once I get more info from the Canadian Naturalized Index I might put an s.o.s. via your
FRANK DOYLE DD585@AOL.COM WW2 --USS HARADEN
ed ferry ejferry@webtv.net i was on the uss boxer lph-4 from oct 1965 to early 1968 as an ft. looking for other shipmates from fox div.
SKCS Joe Stanford. USN (RET) JoeYolly@aol.com USS Ozbourn (DD-846). From one ol' Tin Can Sailor to another I bid you fair winds and following seas.
heather heatherfromoh@ webtv.net
HS1 (formally HM2/USN) Tim Vorhies USCGR tlvorhies@msn.com great site skipper!
Dan McGregor dmcgre@ameritech.net I served aboard the Richard B. Anderson in 1952 and 1953. My Skipper was Richard Rhinehardt III. It was a great ship with a great crew. I will always remember the good times as well as the bad times we had on her. Great web site Captain.
Doug Hinds Ugh, that mustache looks worse than Herman the German (circa 1958)
Ron Slater dostoros@aol.com Looking for Admiral Gallery books.
SHAWNA DOYLE RSDOYLE@ WEB tv.net LOOKING FOR DAVE SAVAGE JIM CREEK NAVAL STATION ,LIVED WITH DON AND LINDA HOWE AROUND 1965 TO 1969 IN ARLINGTON WA VERY IMPORTANT!! I WOULD LIKE TO TALK TO YOU!! PLEASE CONTACT ME!! THANK YOU
Barry A. Cruikshank ETM3 USN 47-48 bac701@aol.com Was only etm aboard her starting 1/21/47
leon haubenstein duddo@webtv served aboard uss bausell dd845 in 1948 on china cruise part of desdiv 12
ZEN .HARAGUCHI zen-iub@pop17.odn.ne.jp VERY NICE from SASEBO
Laura and Izabela Ticala lticala@hotmail.com and tizabela@hotmail.com Hey ! We've just visited your site. We are from Romania(Transilvania) and as we are trying to find our ancestors we find your page we said"Hey let's visit this site 'cause we know a Felt too. Elder Bejamin Felt from California.We wondered if you are related to him, so that we can tell him that he has Hungarian blood in his vains. He would be delighted to know that 'cause he loves Hungarians and our language.Well our best wishes for you and your family.Merry Xmas and a happy new y2k. Contact us if you want to."
John Schroeder figurehead1@excite.com USS Lofberg DD 759 1967-70 RD2 looking for shipmates... Ernest Fortney RD1, Steve Riley RD3, David Zehner
joe davenport jr dportjoe@ msn.hotmail.com trcking down bits of my father, and letting my 10 year old meet his other grandpa and decide if USN and NBA can work for someone beside David Robinson(with an uncle as marine ltcol, and dad a damage control man I went army for 4 years)
bill Armstrong QMCS billcv61 he rides again
LCDR Bob Prinselaar,USCG(ret) rjpcgp@pacbell.net Navy Nine Years and looking for "Old" shipmates.
Michael P. Bellando (USN, LCDR, Ret) bellmpet@gte.net RBA sailor (RM2)1973 - 1975. CDR St. Laurent Skipper. Crossedecked to USS Lockwood 1975
Don Wilson dwilson2@triad.rr.com RM2, Tsgt, GS-11 = 37 years. Some site you have here Capt. Served on USS Corry, DD-817, USS Strong, DD-758, also USS Skywatcher, YAGR-3.
John Preston oldpreston@aol.com old is good (like cheese,whiskey and wine)
Ron Kasprzyk angela.cauchi @adm.monash.edu.au Served on the USS William M Wood DD715 and are looking for others that served between 72-73 especially the radio crew in Greece and would also like to know of any web sites realting to it
Jack L. Jackson EN2 swabbie@wcoil.com Awesome. Was on USS Okanogan APA220 12-48 to 6-52. Son in Subs, Lewis& Clark and Seadragon. Proud Navy family and proud to have served.
BMCS(SW) USN Ret. David Vaught MrDV2U@aol.com I enjoy the destroyersailors list, thank you. All my ships were tin cans except the USS Chicago CG-11
Ennis Parker enparke@kpsatlanta.com Was CICO on Forrest Royal (DD 872) '65 - '67
HT2 Steve Newbauer ambasweld@yahoo.com I am always interested in seeing what others have done in putting together a website. I would like to someday try to put one together myself concerning my navy days.Thank you for your involvement and effort in making this destroyer men association over the internet a reality.
RON, 15YR. TIN CANS bonandron@thegrid.net nice web page,enjoyed looking.you do go back a ways. i retired in 1968. first foreign port was Tsingtoa, China. in 1948.17 yr. old and seeing the world.saw a lot of the world in the 16 yr. at sea.ron
bob wilno jrpdd753@aol.com very nice
Scott Martin scott@ussdehaven.org Nice site. First one I've seen from a commanding officer. I'm the webmaster at http://ussdehaven.org
Robert F. Burns rfburns@ycsi.net Well Capt'n I've told a sea story or two myself. I was on the USS DeHaven(DD727) in1950(Inchon etc.) and then on the USS Lyman K Swenson (DD729) late 1950,51,52,and53. It sure looks like you know how to pick a pretty girl.----Bob
Charles Donovan bostonshamrock@ webtv.net USN 10/39-12/45 Would like to hear from anyone and everyone-vets or survivors
Bob Zimmerman rzbz@aug.com JMMS Destroyer Exhibit
DOUGLAS PETTY PPLDOUG@AOL.COM OS2(' 72 - ' 74) GREAT CO !!!!!!!
Karl H. Farber, CDR, USN (ret) khfarber@cconnect.net Served aboard DD786 1953-56. Chief Engineer 1955-56. Great ship!! Retired 1973.
ANTHONY(tony)FERRARESE kb2iaw@ cyberoutback.com nice job 4.0 looking for uss hazelwood dd531 crew . any one out there? reunion coming soon. long live the tin can man.
Don Dayton ddayton@ici.net I am the editor of the USS Sigourney DD 643 Newsletter
Yuji Okamura yujint@iris.dti.ne.jp heloo
Douglas Butler MMC USN Ret dbutler@hsnp.com Served 1957-1977 Just Looking for any old shipmates that may still be around. Would love to hear from anyone from any of my past duty stations. Uss Newman K. Perry DDR 883 58-61; USS Kitty Hawk CVA 63 62-66; USS Shanandoa AD 26 70-71; NAS Chase Field 71-73, USS Pensacola LSD 38 74-77
PAUL SPEARS SPNPB4@AOL.COM DD 786 1971-1974
Jim Condon k1flh2@cs.com Ex Radio Op. DD890 and De 441 WOW! What a ship??
Joe Walter Smith deejoes@prodigy.netI I was a tincan sailor
ABH2 Peter M. Kelly saratoga@maine.rr.com A very nice read. I'm looking for people I served with onboard the USS Saratoga CV-60 78-82 can you help
IC2 Alvin h Grams served 61-63
GENE PALINSKI DD722SKI@AOL.COM LOOKING FOR BARTON SHIPMATES REUNION SEPT 2000 IN CLEVELAND OHIO THANKS CAPTAIN
Ron Stone bonandrom@thegrid.net Thought I had been to a few ports in my 16 yr. at sea, 15 on cans. You win hands down.The only word I received from the bridge was knock off the black smoke and you can blow tubes now. Ron BTC retired 1968
HT2 Steve Newbauer ambasweld@yahoo.com Just stopping by again to check out your website and say hi. I invite all to come visit my website and see my navy page. You'll find lots of links to other navy related website and I am continuing to add them as I can. The URL is http://ambasweld.homestead.com
John Bedford bedford@ricochet.net Captain Joe...I enjoyed our chat at the RBA reunion. You have great website. Hope to see you again. John
Jim Littlehale ff1089@hotmail.com EW1(SW/AC) 1975-1985
Thomas Maher SM3 tmaher@markeys.com Dear Captain, Do you remember the "Just Desserts" singing "I'm your Captain" by Grand Funk Railroad?I sure do, I was the skinning signalman playing guitar. We loved you "Crazy Joe." Please e-mail me if you get the chance.
Patrick Kelly wackerinsalem@ webtv.net Looking for anyone from NMCB#4 during vietnam yrs 66-69
Vince Spade spadevin@ eastpenn.k12.pa.us Nice site; I served aboard the Decatur (DDG-31) from may of 68 to feb of 72. A reunion is planned for all Decatur's in Sept 14-17-00. Contact Guy Herrington @410-482-6348. Would like to hear from other Decatur Sailors.



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