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On 1/25/2020 at 8:41 PM, jjenkins said:

John Jenkins

US Air Force
4 yrs

6/1973 to 6/1976

Sergeant

Radio Relay - Equip Repair

RAF Upper Heyford, UK.   Elgin AFB Fla.  Keesler AFB Ms. 

Welcome aboard!

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List your name:  Jim Harvey

List the branch of service you were in:   U. S. Navy

List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service.:  20 years, 29 days

List your rank while in service:   E-6

List your job while in service:  Started as an Aviation Machinist Mate - Reciprocating Engines (ADR) then later transitioned to jets and helos.  Aircraft Engine Mechanic

List where you served:  VC-10 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; VR-24 (COD Crew) NAF Naples, Italy; Naval Air Facility, Sigonella, Sicily; NAS Brunswick, Maine, VP-45, NAS Jacksonville, FL;  Navy Recruiting District, Jacksonville, FL; HS-5 (deploying with CAG7 aboard USS Eisenhower), NAS Jacksonville, FL;  VP-30, NAS Jacksonville, FL.

 

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Welcome aboard!  I am retired Navy yet I did my whole career with the Marines.  First as a Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman and then as a civilian chaplain. 

 

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One: Merrill Weber

Two: USNR-R

Three: 1961-1968  1 year active, rest reserves

Four: E-5 electronics tech

Five: Anti Submarine warfare   P2V's

Six: NAS Memphis (Boot camp, school) NAS Willow Grove with trips to Roosevelt Roads & Norfolk

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Welcome home shipmate. My first duty was TDY to Hutchinson Kansas. Multi engine flight school. I was on Commander Nelson's crew. We flew DC-3s, S2FS and P2V"s. And my last duty station was VS-31 Anti Submarine Warfare Quonset Point Rhode Island.

Thank you for your service.

Herman 

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On 3/27/2020 at 12:51 PM, dkyuma said:

Don (Doc) Krahling

Lt. USNR  1966-‘71

A6 Intruder pilot  off Kitty Hawk 70-71 Vietnam 

Welcome aboard!

 

On 4/13/2020 at 12:36 PM, romer1 said:

One: Merrill Weber

Two: USNR-R

Three: 1961-1968  1 year active, rest reserves

Four: E-5 electronics tech

Five: Anti Submarine warfare   P2V's

Six: NAS Memphis (Boot camp, school) NAS Willow Grove with trips to Roosevelt Roads & Norfolk

P7049.jpg

Welcome aboard!

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1. Martin Robistow

2. U.S Navy retired, 23 years.

3. June 1974 - August 1997

4. E-3 to E-7. Retired Chief Petty Officer

5. Data Systems Technician and Fire Control Tech for Submarine MK 48 Torpedo Systems and Command and Control Systems. Also served as a Career Counselor, Recruiter, Classifier, Ships Photographer, and Public Affairs Officer. Qualified Submariner.

6 Naval War College, Newport, R.I., USS L.Y Spear (As-36) Norfolk, VA (Operation Eagle Claw), USS Georgia (SSBN-729) Bangor, WA, Navy Recruiting District Albany, NY, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Newport News, VA, Fleet Surveillance Support Command, Chesapeake, Va 

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One: Gary Crenshaw

Two: U.S. Army

Three: 1972 - 1974

Four: Specialist E-4

Five: Engineers 44C20

Six: Ft Polk, LA / Ft Sam Houston, TX

DVA 30%

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