Plan of the Day

(To have a good one, of course!)

Ship or Sub?
Why Destroyermen should get Submarine Pay!!
Copyright: Photo of USS Bausell (DD-845) by Mark Trombley)

Kai Yang
Taiwan Navy Ship KAI YANG, formerly USS Richard B. Anderson (DD786), scrapped in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in year 2000. Click here [X]
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Young RBA
Here we have RBA rounding Point Loma at San Diego
with a test radar dome on the helo deck, 1971.

USS OregonMy second ship, the battleship Oregon, undergoing Overhaul at Bremerton Naval Shipyard about 1890 in preparation for a cruise to Olangapo for special liberty! Can't you tell that's me on the right side of the drydock standing by myself? OK! Well, sometimes I feel that old!
(Someone actually thought I was serious about serving aboard this one!!!)


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