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3/20/00

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Nice WebSite.. JD Armstrong CTRC USN Ret, Master F/V Lucky Strike Ret Wasilla, Alaska

 

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3/20/00

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Good to see another site dedicated to the Silent Warriors ... you might try linking to Marine Corps Crypto Ass'n ... http://home.flash.net/~davemose/mcca.html or just contacting Dave Moser at davemose@flash.net 73, Jim Barton, SSgt USMC, 1964-70; RVN 1966-67

 

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3/20/00

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6:18:22 PM

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Your site looks great and I am sure that you will have a lot of fun working on it. I think that I have a friend that was on the Georgetown. I will pass on this info to him and maybe he will respond.

Clyde Aldridge

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3/21/00

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3:44:38 AM

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Cant help you on crew members, but it is always a pleasure to communicate with Navy shipmates from so long ago (seems like yesterday). I served in the Valdez 68-69 and have many fond memories. Good luck in your search and many commendations on your superb web page. CTRC Charles E. Turner, Jr., USN (Ret.)

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3/21/00

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5:48:05 AM

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Joel F. Perrigo, CTRC USN Ret.

I have a letter from the Director, Naval Security Group RADM T. R. Kurtz Jr. dated 26 March 1963 that approved my recommandation that the new AG ship be named USS Georgetown. I was a crew member of the USS Oxford AG159 when the contest to name the new ship was announced.

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3/21/00

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8:51:30 PM

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Enjoyed your web site . I'll be checking back often. My name is Carl Cox and I have the web site for the USNS Valdez Don't know if this is the URL I have for the Georgetown but if it isn't I will surley add this one to my list on my site. Have a Great Day oldsailor@usa.com

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3/23/00

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4:32:45 PM

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great site, I was a former crew member from Jan 67 to Oct 69, my name is Edward C. Wysocki, retired as CTOC in Jul of 81, I picked up the Georgetown in Naples finished the med cruise, then back to Norfolk so they could put 20MM guns on us before Cuba ops, then back to Norfolk and on to the Indian Ocean, decommissioned after that one...

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3/23/00

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4:34:46 PM

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forgot to leave my email address it is ctocchuck@aol.com(edward c. wysocki)

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3/25/00

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3:24:37 AM

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Great site - keep up the good work. I was on the 1967 cruise and enjoyed it. The Georgetown was my only real "sea-duty" during my Navy career.

e-mail: N3EKZ@worldnet.att.net

CTTC Melvin J. Morenz (RET)

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3/30/00

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10:33:33 AM

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Jack, My name is Ruben (Ben) Rodriguez, one of the two that were tdy to the Georgetown during it's initial cruise to South America thru the Panama Canal. Before the Cruise, I had been assigned PCS to the Georgetown pre-comm detail and had completed most of the pre-comm schools in Norfolk, before I was ordered up to NavSecGruAct, Ft. Meade for fft to the OXFORD, for it's cruise to SA. After the OX, it was back to the Fort fft to the Georgetown TDY. I believe it was the initial beginning of what they now call Direct Support. In any case, it's a great site and has brought back many memories. Thanks!! My personal email address is porshe19@idt.net. Keep up the great work. Fair winds and following seas..... Ruben (Ben) Rodriguez CTIC (AC/SC), USN Ret.

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4/3/00

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12:42:02 PM

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Does this site bring back memories, I always thought they would be unpleasant memories but believe me they are all good. My name is Dan Forte (CT3 RR Div). I was aboard for the Indian Ocean cruise and will never forget it.

My email address is dforte@stny.rr.com

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4/5/00

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6:49:03 AM

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My name is Vincent (Vinny) Scala and I received a call from my shipmate and good friend Dan Forte last evening and was excited to hear that there was a Georgetown web site. I served on the Georgetown and was on the Indian Ocean cruise in 68-69. It is so great to read the ship's crew list, brought back alot of good memories. My email is vscala@voa.gov

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4/5/00

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My name is Vincent (Vinny) Scala and I received a call from my shipmate and good friend Dan Forte last evening and was excited to hear that there was a Georgetown web site. I served on the Georgetown and was on the Indian Ocean cruise in 68-69. It is so great to read the ship's crew list, brought back alot of good memories. My email is vscala@voa.gov

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4/12/00

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1:32:15 PM

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At-A-Boy for your hard work in putting this wonderful site together. I was on the Georgetown from Aug.'68 (Indian Crusie)until she was decomm'ed at the end 1969. Shipmate Vinny Scala and I have remained friends since that time, so when he informed me of the site I was thrilled. Great Ship, Great times, Great people. Thanks. Tony.Tartarilla@wcom.com

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4/18/00

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2:50:02 AM

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Excellent site, great idea. Pse add me to plankowners list: Michael L. Driscoll, LCDR (Ret.) Served NSG from 59-84. Big "G" from July 63 - July 65. I have large collection of photos from S.A and Carib cruises 63-65 also, will scan and forward on request.

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4/18/00

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2:50:14 AM

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Excellent site, great idea. Pse add me to plankowners list: Michael L. Driscoll, LCDR (Ret.) Served NSG from 59-84. Big "G" from July 63 - July 65. I have large collection of photos from S.A and Carib cruises 63-65 also, will scan and forward on request.

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4/19/00

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3:02:43 PM

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Good to see that some of us still remember.

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4/24/00

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10:40:07 AM

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john good site looking forward to cruise from the former crew member of the ox before and during the missle crisis bob lamothe mm3 patbobl@ct2.nai.net

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4/24/00

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10:40:25 AM

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john good site looking forward to cruise from the former crew member of the ox before and during the missle crisis bob lamothe mm3 patbobl@ct2.nai.net

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5/10/00

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6:13:24 PM

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5/10/00

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Your doing a great job on this page. PlankOwner Jim Olsen

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5/15/00

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1:24:36 PM

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Great job it brings back a lot of memorys Warren Perry E-Mail wperry@gateway.net

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5/18/00

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1:50:19 PM

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Hello guys, My name is Ed Covington. I was on board from '66 to '68. I served in 1st division as a seaman. Feel free to contact me at ECov44@aol.com. Thanks to John Merrill for setting up this web page.

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5/23/00

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6:47:07 PM

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Great Website! Lots of memories down these pages. I was aboard the sister ship USS Jamestown AGTR-3. I've been looking for anybody who served on board during my time there(Sept. 1965 thru Oct. 1966). Boarded her in Norfolk, Va. and headed for the west coast and Viet-Nam, via the Panama Canal(12 hours going thru). Took us 3 months to get to Hawaii from Norfolk, Va. at 11.3 knots flank speed. Wouldn't trade my time on board for nothing. Hope to hear from some of the old shipmates soon. It sure would be nice to be aboard for the cruise in March. Thanks for the ear! Tom Davis, 1st Division, E-Mail address:railbeau@mindspring.com

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5/23/00

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6:48:06 PM

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Great Website! Lots of memories down these pages. I was aboard the sister ship USS Jamestown AGTR-3. I've been looking for anybody who served on board during my time there(Sept. 1965 thru Oct. 1966). Boarded her in Norfolk, Va. and headed for the west coast and Viet-Nam, via the Panama Canal(12 hours going thru). Took us 3 months to get to Hawaii from Norfolk, Va. at 11.3 knots flank speed. Wouldn't trade my time on board for nothing. Hope to hear from some of the old shipmates soon. It sure would be nice to be aboard for the cruise in March. Thanks for the ear! Tom Davis, 1st Division, E-Mail address:railbeau@mindspring.com

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7/14/2001

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8:27:16 PM

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Hi everyone

The move has been made. I have a few more changes to make but I'm in Columbus, Ohio at a Nursery Short Course. When I get back I'll make all the final changes. In the transfer I lost a lot of the comments page so if any of you want to post you old notes, please do.

On July 23, 2001 the Crew of the USS Liberty is having a book signing for James Bamford, author of Body of Secrets, at the Army Navy Club , 901 17th Street Washington DC. It will run from 6:00PM - 9:00PM.

The following is a note passed on to me. I will e-mail it out again when I get home.

Jack

Admiral Thomas Moorer, former JCS, and many others from the 67 era will be there.

Please pass this on to your crew memebers in the DC area. I'm sure they would like to meet Mr Bamford and we would like to meet them.

Thank you,

John Hrankowski President - USS Liberty Veterans Association

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7/15/2001

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3:20:06 PM

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Hey there shipmates: I just read the comments from all the visitors and saw many familiar names. Nice to see all of you here. I served in RE division from Jun 67 to Nov 68 and have many fond memories of working in the ship's hobby shop, and radio station after CTR1 Jeb Burroughs departed the ship. I've still a cruise book from this period and many photo's if anyone's interested. I can be reached at arebh@home.com. Robert B. Hanshaw (Hans) CWO3, USN (Ret) Pensacola, Florida (850) 473-3959

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7/22/2001

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5:11:25 PM

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Jack, You've done a great job re-doing the page. It looks good. Some of the films that were supplied to us were in very bad shape by the time they wandered through the State Department. One of them, "The Cardinal", was also very long, over three hours, if I remember correctly. It was my turn to show the film in the mess decks one night. I was pretty new to all this stuff with projectors but had done ok with "The Great Escape" and a few others. Well, I started running the film around eight. The film broke about every five minutes. There was about twelve minutes of movie on a reel. At ten o'clock, it was past lights out. The film was still running. It got embarrassing. Half an hour later, the film was breaking at an even more alarming rate. About then, the bridge called down to find out how much longer the film was going to run. I thought about another half hour. They said proceed. 45 minutes later, the OOD came down with Alan Davis, IC2, to find out how to end the film. We finished the last reel just before midnight. It was not a very good movie, but the crew who came to see it got their time's worth out of it. We never showed that film a second time. It was too butchered up to salvage. I also only showed films under two hours after that.

Have fun, see you in Key West, good Lord willing and the creek don't rise.

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7/25/2001

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6:36:44 PM

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What a great home page. I served on the Big G from 1966 until June 1968. Made 2 carribean crusies, through the canal 2 times and in the Med to relieve the USS Liberty in 1967. I am looking forward to the reunion next year. Lots of memories, most especially of the softball games we played in our port of calls. If anyone knows of the whereabouts of Larry Davis, Bob Erno or Randy Reif, please let me know. My email is garybrock@charter.net. I presently reside in McDonough, Ga. Just south of the great city of Atlanta, Ga.

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7/26/2001

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3:05:27 PM

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Great site, really enjoyed it. Keep up the good work. Stan White (USS LIBERTY Survivor) CTMCM USN (RET)

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7/28/2001

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5:55:31 PM

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Why Key West? I visited Key West just last December, and didn't even step out of my car!! Couldn't have done anything except stand on the sidewalk and let the crowds of tourists swirl around me, even if I had found a parking space. My memories were of beng stationed there at the Sub Base in '47 long before tourism got started. Nice, quiet town then. My name is Bader I. (Ike) Rupe, ET-1, USN(ret). Was Plankowner on Georgetown, and probably first man off.(3/11/64). I remember yelling at Captain Gleason to get out from under when the flattop Antenna came crashing down in Portsmouth(VA)Navy Yard while we were fitting out. I also remember I was in the ET Shop in the after deck house when JFK was shot. Looked around and every one had disappeared! Went looking and found them all in the after Crew's Quarters watching TV. Terrible shock when I found out why!! I am now living at the US Naval Home, Gulfport,MS. e-mail:<ike7978@aol.com> For the benefit of those who may not remember me, I had ears like the "mickey mouse" antenna, and stuttered. I also had the only working sewing machine aboard during the shakedown and hemmed up an awful lot of khaki shorts which were "Uniform of the Day" down south and paid for the Scuba gear I bought at GTMO. Am considering making the cruise in January, but would like to know first if any Georgetown Shipmates will also go. Best to all, Ike Rupe

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7/31/2001

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10:26:03 AM

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Jack this is Warren Perry's new E-Mail address

WLJAPERRY@NETSCAPE.NET

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7/31/2001

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12:52:45 PM

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Great site, I was aboard from 1996 until our crossing to the Med in early 1968 where I departed in Malta (I think). Has there been much interest in the reunion to date? We are considering attending but can not yet be sure of our schedule.

Regards, Terry Thomas ETR3 terry@sdisound.com

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8/8/2001

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8:00:29 AM

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Like so many before me I've found that Jack has done a great job and appreciate this website. My name is Bob Hobbs. I was tdy from Ft Meade to the Georgetown between 66 and 67. A short time-frame yes, but a time relived often with other CT's. I was a Spanish linguist, CT3, who remembers "speaking" for a lot of the crew while in Cartagena or Barranquilla Colombia. Many times the sight of my old shipmates appear in my minds eye as I hear an Oldie played on the radio and associate it to the tapes made in Norfolk and then played over and over while at sea. I won't be making this reunion as I will be completing that canceled cruise 'round the Horn from 1967. My wife and I will be sailing from Valparaiso to Buenos Aires completing many years later a cruise ended because of the Arab-Israeli 7 Day War. The men of the USS Liberty will also continue in my thoughts and prayers. Bob Hobbs oldnavy328@msn.com

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8/9/2001

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11:41:54 PM

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I just watch the U.S.S. Liberty story on the History Channel this evening. Now I find myself browsing and enjoying some past times of my life. Equally great site. We may be unknown but we are not forgotten. Best wishes to you.

Michael W. Hamilton CTR2@ michael.hamilton@compaq.com

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8/16/2001

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11:28:15 AM

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i noticed my last msg was deleted but vinnie is on here twice. why baby why? or - .. -? will never forget the code, or vinnie, or dan, or my 2 years aboard. i got on jan 1 68 in norfolk. went on a shake down cruise, then the african cruise. still have my shellback diploma hanging in my room. by the way, i am charley gordon. <<cjudd@centralsystems.com>> CTR3

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8/20/2001

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12:33:18 PM

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Jack, Have visited the site many times, but wanted to let you know that the site keeps getting better. I,m a plank owner having served from commissioning in 63 to june 65. I was the Deck & Gunnery Yoeman for over a year and made out the in-port quarterdeck watch bill. Great memories & many stories from the deck force side of things. Mike Humphries

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8/24/2001

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12:43:18 PM

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My name is Joe Schankwerieiler, I served aboard the Georgetown from Sept 66 to April 68. with the 2nd Division. My email addres is kgsi@aol.com.

It bring back so many happy memories of that time, you did a great job. Have lots of pictures from crossing the line and the Med cruise.

Say the History Channel story on the Liberty and it brought back memories with our problems in Egypt and Cuba with the boats comming out to us.

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8/24/2001

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12:43:47 PM

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My name is Joe Schankwerieiler, I served aboard the Georgetown from Sept 66 to April 68. with the 2nd Division. My email addres is kgsi@aol.com.

It bring back so many happy memories of that time, you did a great job. Have lots of pictures from crossing the line and the Med cruise.

Say the History Channel story on the Liberty and it brought back memories with our problems in Egypt and Cuba with the boats comming out to us.

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8/24/2001

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12:43:55 PM

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My name is Joe Schankwerieiler, I served aboard the Georgetown from Sept 66 to April 68. with the 2nd Division. My email addres is kgsi@aol.com.

It bring back so many happy memories of that time, you did a great job. Have lots of pictures from crossing the line and the Med cruise.

Say the History Channel story on the Liberty and it brought back memories with our problems in Egypt and Cuba with the boats comming out to us.

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8/29/2001

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6:41:51 AM

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Jack, do not know about later crews, but during my tour on board, the ship ran two channels of music over the PA system. One was popular music and the other was a little more high brow. Two crewmen were responsible for it, Hurd and Allen, both IC men. Worked on a couple of tapes of music for the popular channel. We used to jokingly call it "WGTN''. Rebuilding the site did well, now, if some of those shipments would submit more comments, it would help. Good luck. See you in Key West. Ed M

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Jack: When you first started this site, I enjoyed sending you pictures of the plank owner crew and others. I really wasn't sure what kind of response you would get but it really looks good and the improvements are great. I just was hoping some of the plank owners that have logged on, would have forwarded some other pictures to you of the first cruise and the first equator crossing. Maybe they will later if they check out the site again Keep up the good work. Not sure of the reunion. Guess I don't know when to quit and retire. Regards Dutch Sprenkle gasman@darientel.net

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10/10/2001

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10:02:02 PM

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hi jack: al kraatz here. spent time from jan 1964 til june 1965 aboard and was on this site prior to the changeover. have been in touch with mike humphries, and mike waldron who were also aboard then. i was in deck force (2nd div) while awaiting my security clearance and then in OR div until i left for kamiseya, japan. email is alverno2@home.com

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10/20/2001

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7:58:39 PM

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Great surprise to find a website for the Big G. I can think of a few stories. When I gather my thoughts I will pass them along. Surprised to see Capt Betts name; he must be ancient now. Never forget the time he flipped off that PT boat skipper off Central America at noon chow. Really chapped that guys can. See you found Mr Burt too. Oh well. Retired as CTRC from the Reserves in 1988 but still in the community working for the Air Force. Raised the educational level of both services 10 points. Terry Britton, RR Div, Aug 66-Apr 68. dittybopper@devtex.net

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10/20/2001

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8:42:47 PM

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Jack, thanks for adding my stories. I hope to hear more stories from other people. There have to be some great ones out there.

I like the ribbon and the security group artwork. Looks good. Jim Alexander

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My name is Sam Fike I was a plank owner and enjoyed watching Bader Rupe run around on the top of the radar mast like a crazy man without a safety belt. Bader I have been looking for you for thirty years. Bader hope to see you in Key West

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10/27/2001

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5:50:16 PM

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My name is Sam Fike I was a plank owner and enjoyed watching Bader Rupe run around on the top of the radar mast like a crazy man without a safety belt. Bader I have been looking for you for thirty years. Bader hope to see you in Key West. samfike@aol.com

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10/31/2001

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6:53:42 PM

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This site is looking 4.0 Jack! We'd better see you aboard ms MAASDAM for the Technical Research Cruise in January - GEORGETOWN is one of the few ships that won't be represented! GEORGETOWN did go to sea didn't she?

Fair winds and following seas,

George Cassidy Ex-USS OXFORD crew member and web master of the USS OXFORD site at: www.ussoxford.com

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11/1/2001

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8:19:48 AM

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One of the best Navy Web Sites I have seen. R.D. Arbuckle SKC Ret. Plank owner

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11/1/2001

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8:22:10 AM

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Just to leave my E-Mail Address for R. D. Arbuckle SKC, USN, Ret. Plankowner RstyBlt@Yahoo.com

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11/4/2001

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6:37:12 PM

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I discovered the G'Town web site through the "Shift Colors" magazine. The site is really superb and brings back memories of my year and a half as DCA from Jan 67 to July 68 on board. It was a unique experience - far removed from anything else I did in the Navy or later. Although I doubt I will be able to make the reunion in April, I wish you all the best. I have fond memories of those months of slowly (very slowly) steaming though relatively placid seas. McGregor Gray, CDR USNR RET. Brunswick, Maine mgray@netquarters.net

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11/5/2001

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6:14:20 PM

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My name is Henry Tapken, served on board the Big G from Jan.1965 to March 1966.I am trying to locate ship mates Jim Price ctr3 last known address Cartaret NJ,Ed Foster ctr3 Hazelton Pa. John Lawless ctr3 Calf,Terry Wolff ctsn Wayne NJ. My e-mail add is tbirdlake@aol.com Hope to see you all in Key West. Great site jim

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11/5/2001

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8:52:43 PM

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Please add me to your E-mail address, which is pfs.norm@juno.com I served onboard the USS GEORGETOWN from May 1965 to Aug 1966. I was a CTA2/CTA1 in OA Divistion. I thoroughly enjoyed my time onboard. Hope I can make the reunion in Key West in April 2002. Great web page and I hope I can make a contribution with some pictures. I have some great crossing equator pictures. Have to find them. They are with my daughter who lives out of state. I currently live in Bridgewater, Ma and served 25 years in the Naval Security Group. I am active in the local chapter of the NCVA. NORM LANDINO

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11/6/2001

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6:31:34 PM

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Good day,

Below are a few memories that I recall from a great time in my life.

I served on the Georgetown for about two (2) years during 66 and 68. We caught many dolphin off the coast of Cuba as well as a few gun boats and polaroids of various other that domestic vessels. My time aboard was a blast as well as a great learning experience. I recall many more as I look about the photos and names listed within your pages. Good work.

I was assigned to 'R'Division primarly associated with air conditioning and refrigeration, steering controls, laundry and the like. There were three of us to keep the place cool, clean and collected.

Best recall is reworking the cooler for the tress-com( spelling) unit to allow for operations to continue. I assisted Jack Foley, DC3 as i recall in sealing the leaks. Many solder joints were done till the leaks finally stopped.

Second best--attaching a 1/2 HP electric drill motor to the dryer in the laundry so we could dry cloths. Needless to say there was not a spare in Supply. Rewinding was done via Babcock EM1 in the electric shop on the starboard side aft just fwd of the filter shop (my home). Eventually we got a dryer that worked thanks to the electricians.

Third--Our bosin 1st class caught a 6' ( give or take) sail fish of Cuba. If memory does not fail Welfare and Recreation mounted the monster and it was hung in the mess deck for all to enjoy. After this event fishing became a good passtime for all. The bosin's catch was never exceeded.

My e-mail address for the file is HYSTBIDDER@AOL.COM.

I was transfered to the USS Enterprise following my duty aboard the Georgetown and proudly served in the Vietnam era as well as the Liberty Ship incidents with Korea. I was discharged in 1971.

Chief Mullins ran the engine room and a nick name for the bunch of us was 'MULLINS MULES'. We had a large sheet metal plate attached to the main throttle control valve in the engine room proclaiming our presence.

Thank you for bringing back many memories that had faded but not disolved.

Respectfully,

Wayne Ross Sr.(MM3)

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Good day,

Below are a few memories that I recall from a great time in my life.

I served on the Georgetown for about two (2) years during 66 and 68. We caught many dolphin off the coast of Cuba as well as a few gun boats and polaroids of various other that domestic vessels. My time aboard was a blast as well as a great learning experience. I recall many more as I look about the photos and names listed within your pages. Good work.

I was assigned to 'R'Division primarly associated with air conditioning and refrigeration, steering controls, laundry and the like. There were three of us to keep the place cool, clean and collected.

Best recall is reworking the cooler for the tress-com( spelling) unit to allow for operations to continue. As I recall I assisted Jack Foley, DC3 in sealing the leaks. The repairs ran on for about four or five days. Many solder joints were done till the leaks finally stopped.

Second best--attaching a 1/2 HP electric drill motor to the dryer in the laundry so we could dry cloths. Needless to say there was not a spare in Supply. Rewinding was done via Babcock EM1 in the electric shop on the starboard side aft just fwd of the filter shop (my home). Eventually we got a dryer that worked thanks to the electricians.

Third--Our bosin 1st class caught a 6' ( give or take) sail fish of Cuba. If memory does not fail Welfare and Recreation mounted the monster and it was hung in the mess deck for all to enjoy. After this event fishing became a good passtime for all. The bosin's catch was never exceeded.

My e-mail address for the file is HYSTBIDDER@AOL.COM.

I was transfered to the USS Enterprise following my duty aboard the Georgetown and proudly served in the Vietnam era as well as the Liberty Ship incidents with Korea. I was discharged in 1971.

Chief Mullins ran the engine room and a nick name for the bunch of us was 'MULLINS MULES'. We had a large sheet metal plate attached to the main throttle control valve in the engine room proclaiming our presence.

Thank you for bringing back many memories that had faded but not disolved.

Respectfully,

Wayne Ross Sr.(MM3)

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Robert G. Traxler trax203@operamail.com 206 West Lynden St. Watertown, New York 13601 John H. Merrill sounds and looks familiar but since you were a "lowly CT",and I was in the real Navy a First Div "deck ape" we problily crossed paths some time or other bunking in the "forward berthing area" on the Big G. I came aboard May 1965 and was separated from the "G" May 1967. The ship pulled in to "Key West" prior to the second "Getmo shake down cruse" Thank God. To off load those that were discharged or separated. I came up in the world - left deck force - an went to Operations as an Radarman (now known as a Operation Specialies) sometime in 1966. 1980 went back in the Navy Reserves and now retired from there as an Os2.

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Doug Pratt--Feb 1967 to Aug 1968 CTM1 (Aft Research Mat Shop & TRSSCOMM) Retired in 1980 as CTMCS dnpratt@juno.com phone--(570) 549-8136 snail mail--RR3 Box 31, Columbia Cross Roads,PA 16914 Hope to make the reunion in Key West

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R.C. Pope CTMC (ret) OE div fwd shop,plank owner,63/64 time frame, CTM2 than,see some familiar names here. Looking for H.L.Pond, J.F.Sneed (T branch), J.L.Brown , A.P.Sharman(M branch),have some leads on others.

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Great Web Site!!! I was looking through a copy of Shift Colors and noticed the reunion and was blown away when I sa the Georgetow mentioned. I was a youg, wide eyed kid when reporting in Jan of 1965. (Roy Johnson SA 2 nd Division) Left the ship in Aril or May or '67 as an SFM3 heading to the Amphion AR-13. I retired in Jan of '99 as a CWO-4 after a good career. Many fond memeories of ship and crew. cw04roy@tampabay.rr.com. Please keep me informed of reunion developements. Fair Wind in the future, Roy Johnson

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Jack, You did a great job on the web page! Although I did not serve on the Georgetown, I can id with your mission. the pics of the crews were excellent, as we may forget names but faces and names can jog our memory.

I looked through all the crews, and only name/pic other than Ron Spaulding's, was g. King on Ron's cruise. I think he was stationed at Kamiseya with me and Ron.

As a suggestion, for non-CT crew members as myself,what is the possibility of listing names of their other duty stations?

Again, thanks for all your work. Not sure if I can make it, as I may have a conflict at that time. Please, keep me posted on the reuniion and any Security Group news.

Thanks, Gary Thomas CTR3

P.S. I went to school in Pensacola from March-Aug. 1964. Kamiseya, Japan Sept. 64-May 67. One month TAD to Guam Dec. 65.

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This is Joseph Marrufo ON Division Plank Owner 63-65.My rate and rank was QM3 please put this in the e-mail address list.If anyone has information or remembers Louis F. Melucci EN3 or Frank Wirth GM3 Please e-mail me.

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jack is doing a great job putting this site togehter for us to enjoy. notice his new "before and after" picture gallery? lets get some mugs in there. notice i am there, the first pic, tropical woodie shirt and grey hair. da dit dit da. -..- "why baby why"? because jack needs ur support. charley gordon CTR3

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Baravo Zulu! Great site. I was mess cooking on the return leg of the last cruise. CT O branch. I still tell stories of the House on Stilts, Mike Cane, John Carnavalle, Barry Burch, Dave Chorba, Dan Forte etc. They will live forever. I remember Chief Turner from Pensacola: "Get a hair cut!" Have my Shellback certificate framed and hanging in my office. CT3 Paul Schlitsey pjschlitz@aol.com

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Just read Ed McGrth's comment in the obituary. He mentioned Jaquith was writing something but he didn't remember about it. Jake was writing a small novel. At that time, any mention of X rated stuff (sex etc.) was really frowned upon. We had a bunk inspection and Jake forgot to put the manuscript away. Cdr. Robbins (the XO) was doing the inspection. Cdr. Robbins saw the MSS and just told Jake to get rid of it. Jake said he would write one later in life and forget about that one. Dutch gasman@darientel.net

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Greetings to all former shipmates. Nice web site and nice to know the Georgetown hasn't been forgotten. Served on USS Georgetown from 1966-1967. CCT3 Robert E Johnson, RT Division. RobEllJohn@aol.com

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My Dad, Jerome "Jerry" Brennan served aboard the Georgetown. He crossed over on August 28, 1990. I'm hoping you can list him amoung the departed crew, so those who wonder about him will know that he's sailing other seas.

He was a CT1 on George, served the Navy 20 years total. I believe that he was on ship for two cruises. ( One of his friends wrote to say that is correct. TY VAB )

I've enjoyed the site very much, kudos to you Jack :) Thank you so much for sharing my Dad's pictures with George's crew too, I appreciate it. I've many photos of the equator crossings, the Cuban refugees in and out of the little boat, the beauty contest LOL, a picture of a man with a huge fish he caught, one of a shark that was caught... ( so many! )

My brother ( Jerry Jr. ) had them online for awhile, will fwd the www when he puts it back up. < the ISP sold out and he had to change over > My email addy is bbrats@hotmail.com

Tammy Brennan proud Navy brat!

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Hi y'all. I was aboard the Georgetown from the summer of 67 to july of 69. I was a CTO-2 IN RC DIVISION. MADE THE CUBAN CRUISE (WAS KEY WEST A COOL HOME PORT OR WHAT!) THEN DID THE AFRICAN THING BACK TO NORFOLK INTO THE YARD AND DISCHARGE FOR ME. I HAVE THE YEARBOOK FROM THE LAST CRUISE BUT FOR SOME REASON MY PICTURE IS NOT IN THERE. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE THAT WAS ABOARD. MY ADDRESS,IS WSLITTLE@APEX2000.NET

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Hi: My name is Winston Enyart & I was the deck yoeman on the USS Georgetown from March 1966 through August 1969. I made many memorable cruises and am looking forward to the reunion. Jack has did a fine job in sitting up this web page & I hope eventually he'll be able to have every one that served on the Georgetown listed. Does anybody know the where abouts of Wlliam Stoots BM3 or James T. Dick, BM1 later Winston Enyart SN

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Hi again I forgot to leave my e-mail address Winston Enyart SN linyart_58501@yahoo.com

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Great job JACK My name is Bill Fox served aboard 1968 until we where decommissioned. My hair just grew back from bootcamp-and then you guys cut it on the equator lol!! About 20 of us came on board to sail back to the states via Brazil.We where flown over to Mozzambique,just needed someone to go though the last shellback initation on the Georgetown.And never did get to cross again -boy Ican still remember my ass stinging from those firehoses. e-mail addressis xofpooh101@aol.com

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This morning I found an old USS Georgetown AG-165 patch at a collectors show, it seemed different so I bought it. I did a search on Google.com for the Georgetown and found this website. From what I can tell it is the early patch. Nice to see websites being maintained by former crewmembers. (I am not a former crewmember, but prior service USN) sparks@codepoets.com Tom, RMC (USCG Ret)

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Jack,

Thank you for putting my Dad's pictures on the site. I'm happy to share them with all of the guys :)

One thing; that isn't my Dad in the photo with the sailfish ( guppy ). I can't remember the fellow's name, and have asked for assistance identifying the gentleman. Hopefully someone stopping by will know who the fellow is.

Most of these "photos" have been converted from slides, and have no names nor dates on them.

Thanks again for this wonderful site. I wish you all the best with the reunion in Key West.

Best Regards, Tammy J. Brennan Jerry Brennan's proud navy brat bbrats@hotmail.com

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I am so sorry I won't be able to make the reunion this year. My best to you jack for doing a great job on the site, and to all my friends...Bobby Pike

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jack oct 67 - mar 68 cruise no pictures for m-div

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jack oct 67 - mar 68 cruise no pictures for m-div

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Jack oct 67 mar 68 no pictures for m-div r-div in m-div spot.....Bobby Pike

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JOSEPH A. WASSER (BT3)PLANK OWNER, SERVED ABOARD THE GEORGETOWN (1963-1995), TOOK THE FIRST CRUISE TO CUBA AND SOUTH AMERICA. RAN ACROSS THE SHIP'S REUNION IN THE PAPER TODAY (02-27-02). WOULD LIKE TO COME IF POSSIBLE, BUT MAY NOT BE ABLE TO GET OFF WORK. I NOW LIVE IN FLORIDA (WINTER PARK), JUST MIGHT DRIVE DOWN IF POSSIBLE. IF ANYBODY REMEMBERS ME CONTACT AT JANAWAS@MSN.COM LIKE THE PAGE, IT BROUGHT BACK A LOT OF MEMORIES!!!!

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Jack, I have confirmed reservations at Pier Resort at the reduced rate. Good choice - One Duval is awesome. You are right at the main events - the Duval Crawl and Mallory Square. People watching on Duval and Mallory is a Key West tradition. Jimmy Alexander

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Jack, I have confirmed reservations at Pier Resort. Good choice. One Duval is the site of the main events. You walk out the door and start one main event - the Duval Crawl in the afternoon, go up one side of the street and return back the other side of the street in the evening. Just in time for the other main event - Mallory Square. People watching on Duavl and Mallory are a Key West tradition. Jimmy Alexander

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The page is great and reading it I found on the last crew mentioned! How about the commissioning ceremony crew. I happen to have that little booklet in my pocession and will e-mail copy soon.

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Email address on last entry hurstal@hotmail.com

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Jack, Your web site is great. I boarded the Georgetown in January of 1968 in Naples, Italy and departed at the completion of the Indian ocean cruise in March of 1969. Myself and several others reported to the Georgetown straight from 'A' school in Pensacola; Richard Sutton (Ohio), Martin McNeeley (Ohio), and Bob McNair (CA), and myself reported together. The cruise in the Mediteranean, Carribean (Cuba), and the Indian Ocean were memoreable as were the shipmates. Thanks to David Lemon for making the phone contact the other day. Regretfully I will not be able to attend the reunion in April.

Again thanks for taking the time to put together the website. It really brings back the memories.

John D DuSell (CTT-3) email: jdusell@hendry.com

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my name francis mickey doyle i am aplank owner i came aboard nov 1963 til july 1965 iwas em3 assigned to R div.this is awonderful website i was so happy to get off georgetown i could not take that boring sailing off the coast of cuba for weeks at a time.thouh we did hit some great LIBERTY PORTS AND I DID MEET SOME OF THE GREATEST PEOPLE I HAVE EVER MET IN MY LIFE WHILE ON GEORGETOWN MY E MAIL ADDRESS DLISA@AOL.COM

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hi jack - al kraatz here. unable to make the reunion but i hope everyone has a great time and don't get picked up by the shore patrol. i have a new email address: alverno2@attbi.com

great site as always!

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My name is Paul Wills. I served on the USS Georgetown from June 1967 through March 1969. I worked as an Interior Comminications Electrician. I live in Boca Raton,Fl. I found this site after watching a program on the USS Liberty on the History Channel March 14. The show brought back alot of memories. They indicated that you could find more info on their website. After look at their website I wondered if there was a website for the Georgetown. I was surprised and have enjoyed going back in time. The site is great. It has brought back many enjoyable memories. I also was surprised that there will be a reunion in April in KeyWest. I'm thinking about attending if I can arrange the time. Can you tell me if anyother events have been planned beside the cocktail party on April 11. My e-mail address is pwills1012@yahoo.com. I will be looking forward to hearing from you.

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What a page I wish that my ship had one as yours. I enjoyed reading about my sister ship, the USS Georgetown. I served on the USS Belmont AGTR-4 from 7/64 to 6/66. I am always looking for my mates. Plus, stories about the AGTR's.

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This is Roy Duboff. I was RM3 and came on board just before the Indian Ocean cruise (too late to be in the Ops division photos/roster), 1968-69. It's good to see the website, brings back memories of old times and good people. I found the site by chance - too late to consider getting to the reunion. Thanks for the website.

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greetings shipmates...regretfully, i cant make the reunion...wishing you all well and a great time in key west...can remember many a long walk on duval st getting back to the big G....great job on this website, jack... charles a. martratt, ctocm, usn, ret,,,plankowner/precom crew, oc division...ar

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Jack: Thanks to you and Kathy for planning what turned out to be one of the most enjoyable events of my life. What a wonderful experience to be reunited with so many fine people I never thought I'd see again. Key West turned out to be a perfect place for the reunion and we had just the right mix of free time and planned activities. We certainly need to do this again, and I hope many more of our shipmates can be there. BRAVO ZULU! Ed Bivens

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Jack, What an outstanding job you did in Key West. The reunion was so memorable there is no way to describe the amount of fun we all had. I will forward the photos to you as soon as I can this week. Some outstanding evidence used in the Captain's Mast. Looking forward to the next one. Hope more of the crew responds after they see the pictures.

Thanks again -- Well Done

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I just want to say to all of you that missed this reunion in Key West, it was the greatist family reunion, so sorry you couldn't make it. To all that made it, thanks, it was good to see you and meet your wives, we look forward to continued contact. I hope the next reunion has lots of new faces along with the old ones. To Jack and Kathy, what can I say but thank you from the bottem of my heart. Jim and Barb Brielmaier jb56001@yahoo.com

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O my gosh! If the original crew of OR division would see those pictures of CTRC Bob, they would never believe it. That is not the same guy. However, with the pictoral evidence submitted, should this not go to at least a Summary Court? I cannot believe a Chief would do those things. Yet, I'm glad no one had a camera when I pulled liberty on Duval Street. :-) :-) Dutch Sprenkle

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O my gosh! If the original crew of OR division would see those pictures of CTRC Bob, they would never believe it. That is not the same guy. However, with the pictoral evidence submitted, should this not go to at least a Summary Court? I cannot believe a Chief would do those things. Yet, I'm glad no one had a camera when I pulled liberty on Duval Street. :-) :-) Dutch Sprenkle

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2002 USS GEORGETGOWN RENUION

Great reunion site. Great people. Great fun. Great weather. Great food. Great sunsets. I believe great is the key.

Jimmy Alexander

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Well, when I first heard about the Key West reunion I wasn't really interested. I was talked into it by Dave O'Leary, Gerry Popen and my wife. Gerry, of course, didn't make it. I don't know what happened to O'Leary - he even lives in Florida! (If you're erading this O'Leary, you can take it as a challenge). My wife DID show up!

I am very happy that I got talked into this. It was a wonderful event. It seems some of those things we've talked about for years really did happen. Our shipmates had some of the same memories!

I don't do reunions. I will, however, be present at every Georgetown reunion I can get to. Thanks for the great time Jack and Kathy. Looking forward to the next one.

Curt Lovelace, CTT3, Plankowner. curt@lifeworkforum.org

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Please change my email from mgray@netquarters.net to macgray@suscom-maine.net

Thanks,

McGregor Gray

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Very nice to see that someone is interested in keeping the memories alive. I served aboard the Georgetown from November 1963 till December 1965 and am a plank owner. The cruises to South America were some of the best times I have ever had. Jim Brown <jimbrown@ozemail.com.au>

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I am webmaster and secretary of USS Kennebec (AO-36) Association. One of my shipmates is searching for James Magill. If you know of his whereabouts, please email me: dhawkins@usskennebec.org Thanks! Dick A. Hawkins

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I want to thank you for maintaining such a tribute to the sailors that served on the Georgetown! My father, Gary A. Newcomb was plank owner, among the first NSG crew, recently passed away in October 2001. He continued his service to the Navy until his retirement in 1982, then work for the DOD as a Crypto-Linguist/Analyst until February 1994. We wish all who knew him the very best, fair wind!

Sincerely, Mike Newcomb

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I want to thank you for maintaining such a tribute to the sailors that served on the Georgetown! My father, Gary A. Newcomb was plank owner, among the first NSG crew, recently passed away in October 2001. He continued his service to the Navy until his retirement in 1982, then work for the DOD as a Crypto-Linguist/Analyst until February 1994. We wish all who knew him the very best, fair winds!

Sincerely, Mike Newcomb

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Greetings shipmates. I served on the Big G 64-67 as MM3 M division. Of the stories that I could tell, the one that comes to mind, is of the time Gene Bayerl MM3 and I would go topside with a box of flat washers and have are own target practice at Cuban gun boats as they buzzed us.I would like to hear from M div that servered on the Georgetown from 64-67. Gene Bayrel,Jim Grubb and I stay in conatact each other.

John D. Shukites MM3

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I forgot, my e-mail is jshukites@hotmail.com John D. Shukites MM3

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Dear Friends,

My name is Ron D'Addario and I served on the ship's crew in 66 / 67. I was MPA for a time and was friendly with John Flack and Jack Lynch. I remember when we lost power crossing the Atlantic. The engineers worked day and night to get us running again. I also remember the hurricane we hit and being in the eye of it. What an erie feeling knowing we would have to exit through those dark clouds of seeming hell.

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This site has brought back a lot of good memories of the time I spent on the Georgetown. I am Virgil (Steve) Clark, plank owner 63-65, "M" Div. I hope to make the 03 reunion. My email is bikedood@msn.com. Please contact me.

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This site has brought back a lot of good memories of the time I spent on the Georgetown. I am Virgil (Steve) Clark, plank owner 63-65, "M" Div. I hope to make the 03 reunion. My email is bikedood@msn.com. Please contact me.

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hello again my name is francis mickey doyle em3, plank owner, served aboard georgetown E gang R div.from commissioning to july 1965. transferred to uss great sitkin ae17. discharged may 1967. my new e maiol address is VZE4MM4A@VERIZON.NET

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hello again my name is francis mickey doyle em3, plank owner, served aboard georgetown E gang R div.from commissioning to july 1965. transferred to uss great sitkin ae17. discharged may 1967. my new e maiol address is VZE4MM4A@VERIZON.NET

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Bob Trazler, I sent you a note about some of our other radarmen but this e-mail does not work - trax203@operamail. Jimmy Alexander jimbo41546@aol.com

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just a few lines to let you know i have a new e mail address.mickey doyle vze4mm4u@verizon.net. virgil clark i am trying to e mail you but it keeps coming back undeliverable!!!

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Ron Stafford. I served on the Big G 65-66. Made Chief there and had my Chief's initiation in Caracas Remember well the Hurricane whereby we spent 3 days inside the eye (Carib) without sufficient power to climb out of the trough. E-mail juankehoe@mfi.net. Living in Dunnellon F. Fully retired to the Golf Course...25 years navy and another 20 with State Department.

John, Thank you for thei website. I was a BT on the Georgetown for a little more than a year, prior to her decommission. I was "Oil King" as well. I don't have any memoribila other than my belt buckles and a cruise book. I rode her to Mozambique. I'd like to know more about future reunions. Happy Veteran's Day!

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John, Arghh. I hate typos. So it's thank you for THIS website. How very cool and natural that I'd find it on 2002 Veterans Day. I went on and became a speech pathologist and helped many young children and older stroke victims learn to communicate. I always have remembered my shipboard days on "The Big G". In scanning your message board I see very few "snipes" and no BT's. We did live on the edge but surely I can't be the only one left. I now live in sunny St.Petersburg, Florida.

Jim Duffey BT3 The T-Shirt Teacher www.scholarshirts.com email:jim@scholarshirts.com

John, Arghh. I hate typos. So it's thank you for THIS website. How very cool and natural that I'd find it on 2002 Veterans Day. I went on and became a speech pathologist and helped many young children and older stroke victims learn to communicate. I always have remembered my shipboard days on "The Big G". In scanning your message board I see very few "snipes" and no BT's. We did live on the edge but surely I can't be the only one left. I now live in sunny St.Petersburg, Florida.

Jim Duffey BT3 The T-Shirt Teacher www.scholarshirts.com email:jim@scholarshirts.com

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Hi, My name is Allen R. Davis IC2 (Plank Owner) 1963-1966. Nice to see so many faces that I recognize. I live in Massachusetts. R.M Whitlow BM1 both served on the U.S.S. Edisto out of Boston. http://www.ussedistoagb2.com/ Email - (work) adavis@ll.mit.edu (home) anjdavis@gis.net Thanks for the great site.

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I found this Good Web site when looking information about this ship my brother James R. Knight was stationed on about the mid 1967-68. He was an ETN2 during his duty time. I have sent a link to this page to my brother as he might have some found memories of his tour aboard this ship. His email address is jknight@charter.net. And my own email address is reknight@centurytel.net. Keep up the good work on this site, I will visit again soon. Ralph E. Knight

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jack you have done a great job.sure does bring back a lot of memories to me.i would like to know any body has any info on sk1 dennis jackson or sk2 bob hatton.would like to know so i could contact them. albert jewell you can reach me at AJWILM@aol.com/ or phone me at 910 799 4326 keep up the good work

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hey john, awsome job on this site,i was BT3 Dennis Ledford,we worked so hard at sea,but man we had so much fun,when we got a chance!! im looking for some old buddies !!!!does anyone remember the cruise from the canal to naples,when the LIBERTY got hit?that was brutal!! shaft bearings were overheating,but the captain was right there with us.So many stories,hey all you dudes who remember me,lets hook up!!!!dennisledford@hotmail.com

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just updating my email address jack. it is now: al (red) kraatz: alverno2@attbi.com aboard jan 64 - june 65 2nd div(awaiting security clearance) and then in or div. ctr3 al kraatz

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This side was interesting about the history of the USS Georgetown, Im also interesting in my family history; so my name is Christian Gebler from Cologne in Germany and want to find out where the name is coming from. So I find in the Websearch Commander Gebler; so it sounds interesting.

Wish you all the best, I will look again to your side and maybe I will come to the next reunion in Key West.

Yours Christian Gebler

gebler_cologne@web.de and http://www.gebler.4ever.ms

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Jack, I have a new e-mail address, <mhump@ktc.com>. thanks, Mike Humphries 2-24-03

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Just discovered this webpage and rekindled some old memories. I was on the Georgetown for two cruises 1965/66. Philip Cole CTI3. E-mail phdicole@aol.com. Please add me to your e-mail list. Thanks for the memories. Phil Cole

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Hi Jack: This is just a quick note to let you know I changed my e-mail address to: winstonenyart@yahoo.com Thanks

Winston Enyart

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I have changed my e-mail address to rcpope1@aol.com Thank you Bob Pope-plankowner 63,64

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i would like to correct my e-mail address.mickey doyle em3.plank owner 1963-1965.E MAIL ADDRESS IS VZE4MM4U@VERIZON.NET

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Hello, I am David George Rodriguez (you can see pictures of me and my wife & three daughters here) http://www.ggteks.net/david

I am interested in getting and using the source copy to this image: http://www.ussgeorgetown.com/images/Patriotic_flag_1.jpg

It is a wonderful piece of work, and with all due respect to the United States Naval Security Group Command, and the USS Georgetown and its mission, I would like the source image so that I can replace the patch with patches from the Air Force, Army, Marines, and so on and make the image fit many branches of service.

I'm a Graphic Designer by trade (see my web page for the simple stuff, I work here: http://www.co.alachua.fl.us ) and would love to do this and send you the images back.

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David George Rodriguez here again... hah hah... forgot to leave my e-mail address. beoulve @ bellsouth.net (just delete the spaces).

Thank you.

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I served aboard as damage controlman 2nd class, R-division, in '69 prior to decommision. My name is Claude Waller, E-Mail is waller100@earthlink.net. This sight brought back a lot of memories.

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Jack, You have provided a great service to your fellow crewmen. My name is Tom (John) Banks and I was aboard for the Southern Log cruise in '67. I was forced to leave the ship early due to an auto accident I had while on leave in Indiana in June, '67. I have a lot of stories for such a short (6-month) stint on the USS Georgetown. Anyone who remembers seeing a group of guys playing poker half the night in the head for 'matchsticks' will know me and my buddies. I wish I could remember all their names. One name I do remember is Stan Larsen, who was nice enough to loan me $150.00 to buy the '56 Merc in which I almost died. I know I sent him some of the money from Great Lakes Naval Hospital, but I don't think I ever covered the entire debt. I'd like to make good on it if there is a balance; and to hear from any other guys who remember me. I was a wild one. . . My E-mail address is: Bdianeandtom@aol.com

 

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My Name is Bill Boyce, I was an EM3 and part of the crew that put the Georgetown in commision in 1963.I left the navy in 1966 and am now retired from IBM. my email is RUFFVT@aol.com

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My name is Gene R Johnson and I was a Plank owner of the Georgetown 63-65. Left as a CTM2. Email is gjohnson16@cox.net Like your site, thanks

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My name is David Brown, my grandfather James Brown died in 1982 before i was born. So i havent been able to see a photo of him to see what he looked like. So my dad told me his was on the GeorgeTown, so i went on your web site. And would'nt you know it, there he was. Thanks to your website i got to see what my grandfather looked like for the very first time. So Thank You.

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My name is David Brown, my grandfather James Brown died in 1982 before i was born. So i havent been able to see a photo of him to see what he looked like. So my dad told me his was on the GeorgeTown, so i went on your web site. And would'nt you know it, there he was. Thanks to your website i got to see what my grandfather looked like for the very first time. So Thank You.

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I was a plank owner in the ships company.IT Lowe EN3.From Nov9,1963 to Nov65. May email reeltors2@hotmail.com Glad to see someone remembers the old gril.

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Hi! My name is James (Jim) Olsen and I was the first EMO in Georgtown. My computer crashed awhile ago and have lost all my E-Mail addresses from friends when in pre-com and first couple years aboard Would really like to establish the old contacts. Jim Olsen OE Divison

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Jack I fortot to include my E-Mail address. jimeolsen2000@yahoo.com Jim Olsen

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hi jack - love this page - updated email: al(red)kraatz ctr3 - alverno2@comcast.net

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Great site, good to see and hear about old ship-mates. I was on original crew from 63-65. dave.mcclary@novellus.com

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Great site, I enjoyed seeing and hearing about old ship-mates. I was on original crew fromm 63-65. dave.mcclary@novellus.com

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Great site, I enjoyed seeing and hearing about old ship-mates. I was on original crew fromm 63-65. dave.mcclary@novellus.com

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Haven Rich here(aka Stanley) big G 10/64-8/66. remembering bits and bytes of late adolescent history now; pinochle on the mess decks, night bridge watches(smelling fresh donuts while on the port wing!), extra duty in the engine room because of a "bad attitude"', the arid coast of Chile and the excitement of Vin del Mar, Hurricane Alma, Cuban refugees, "real" GQ, challenged off Peru, pollywog to shellback transition, the Jet Bar and Portsmouth, the frantic car trips to upstate NY with Pick and Sweeney on liberty... Names: JS Brown, Bosun Mate Kerns, CM Smith, Brielmaier, Larry Greenburg, Terry Wolfe etc. All so long ago! I now live in Monterey, CA, work as an airplane mechanic and give glider rides for fun. havenrich@earthlink.net

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Haven Rich here(aka Stanley) big G 10/64-8/66. remembering bits and bytes of late adolescent history now; pinochle on the mess decks, night bridge watches(smelling fresh donuts while on the port wing!), extra duty in the engine room because of a "bad attitude"', the arid coast of Chile and the excitement of Vin del Mar, Hurricane Alma, Cuban refugees, "real" GQ, challenged off Peru, pollywog to shellback transition, the Jet Bar and Portsmouth, the frantic car trips to upstate NY with Pick and Sweeney on liberty... Names: JS Brown, Bosun Mate Kerns, CM Smith, Brielmaier, Larry Greenburg, Terry Wolfe etc. All so long ago! I now live in Monterey, CA, work as an airplane mechanic and give glider rides for fun. havenrich@earthlink.net

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Cecil Hollar, Maruffo, Humpfreys

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Telling you what,This is so emotional for me to see this awesome web site.I,m ever so greatful you had the vision to put this together. To be honest I never thought i'd ever want anything to do with the USS Georgetown AGTR-2 again when I departed her on Sept 9 1968. Thanks my fellow Shipmate! My name is Bill Hogan.I came aboard N/R SA right out of Bootcamp.I distinctly remember getting assigned to 1ST DIV. Deck 11 july 1965 reporting to Boatswainsmate 1ST Class KERNS>I WAS ABOARD HER 3 yrs 1 mo.29 days not that I WAS COUNTING OR ANYTHING.My first cruise was to MONTAFIDAO URAGUAY.IT was to be 0ne of many first for me.I Rember being on the helm in aft sterring for an entire watch while power was out never getting off coarse more than five degrees.Everyone did an outstanding job before and during both hurricians and one TYPHOON off ROCK OF GERBRALTA I COULD GO on and on AKAPOLCO MEXICO NOT TO MENTION IWAS THE YOUNGEST ABOARD SHIP I transfered to supply div.in1967 AND SERVED AS SHIPS BARBER TILL SEPT 1968 MY e-mail add. is hoganw@bww.com GOD BLESS ALL VETS!

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I served as Operations Officer/Navigator on the USS Georgetown from October 1967 until its decomissioning in 1969. I have deployment books from cruises those years and would be happy to provide information from that period.

R. Johnson, CDR USNR Ret.

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I served as Operations Officer/Navigator on the USS Georgetown from October 1967 until its decomissioning in 1969. I have deployment books from cruises those years and would be happy to provide information from that period.

R. Johnson, CDR USNR Ret. hmj7026@swbell.net

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Haven Rich e-mail address change:

havenrich@sbcglobal.net

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I do appreciate the commemoration of our Silent Warriors and their various sites. CDR Wes Gleason and family were close personal friends. The Georgetown was a model of Security Group operational commands under his guidance and I am proud to have been connected.

CTRCS(SS)/CWO4 Joseph M. Jerome, USN (Ret)

(Post Note: CDR Gleason's widow, Daisy, passed away October 2003 in Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii.)

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Sorry, Jack, but old age must be the cause of memory loss..... here's the email addy:

Joe Jerome

CapnMac@hotmail.com

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Sorry, Jack, but old age must be the cause of memory loss..... here's the email addy:

Joe Jerome

CapnMac@hotmail.com

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I was in OA Div on the GEORGETOWN 1965-66. This was one of my favorite tours of a 25 year career in NAVSECGRU. Many great ports (Montevideo, Uruguay - Bahia/San Salvadore, Brazil and Acapulco, Mexico were a few of the great spots). Crossing the equator and the intiation is something I will never forget. We had an interesting cast of characters in our division. Chief Mellinger, Wally Hughes, Boyle,Ron Slagle, and Bliss to name a few. I know the big G was decomissioned, but does anyone know what happened to her? Was she brought to sea and sunk or is she sitting somewhere in mouthballs? I have heard rumor there is a liberty hull ship in the Philadelphia shipyard in mouthballs. Could that be the GEORGETOWN? Anyone who knows please e-mail me at - pfs.norm@juno.com - Norm Landino, CTAC(R) (Bridgewater, MA)

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I was in OA Div on the GEORGETOWN 1965-66. This was one of my favorite tours of a 25 year career in NAVSECGRU. Many great ports (Montevideo, Uruguay - Bahia/San Salvadore, Brazil and Acapulco, Mexico were a few of the great spots). Crossing the equator and the intiation is something I will never forget. We had an interesting cast of characters in our division. Chief Mellinger, Wally Hughes, Boyle,Ron Slagle, and Bliss to name a few. I know the big G was decomissioned, but does anyone know what happened to her? Was she brought to sea and sunk or is she sitting somewhere in mouthballs? I have heard rumor there is a liberty hull ship in the Philadelphia shipyard in mouthballs. Could that be the GEORGETOWN? Anyone who knows please e-mail me at - pfs.norm@juno.com - Norm Landino, CTAC(R) (Bridgewater, MA)

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Hello fellow shipmates my name is Tommy C. Adams, my E-mail address is tom_adams@bellsouth.net, I'am a plank owner served on the Georgetown(AG 165/AGTR-2)1963 - 1965. Sure glad someone put up a site for the guys who served on her with honor, glory and lots of great memories. Ajob well done. Tom

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Great job on the web site.My name is Burlin Tustin. I found this site just a month or so ago by accident. It certainly has brought back a lot of memories. I served aboard the Georgetown from mid 1966 till Sept.1 1968 as an IC man.Worked with a guy by the name of Douglas Nanna. If my memory serves me right Lt.Finnotti was Div. officer & another officer I remember was officer Gray, who I believe was originally from Haiti. Would love to hear from some of the old shipmates. some names I remember are Mike Bartmess-Dave Coffey-Steve Schaffer-Ledford-Vasquez-Kirkendaugh & a cook named Quinn who used to bring food down to the IC room on Sat. nites in exchange for the priviledge of being able to watch movies all nite & drinking near beer. Remember going through the canal twice at one shot & being at general quarters for something like 16 hours.even had meals brought to us that time. Then sailed straight to the Med. once there was a fire in the generator room-went through the eye of a hurricane-got buzzed by a Russian Jet in the Med.-once I climbed the forward mast to replace the wind-speed indicator while we were in the middle of the Med. cruise.(at least the Capt. stopped the engines in case I fell over board)-New Years Eve in Beiruit-Shore leave in Panama and being told not to eat the cooked meat the vendors sold from the carts on the street.(to this day I still wonder what that was !!) and many other wonderful experiences.Hope to hear from some of you. My email address is MRT918@AOL.COM

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Hi my name is Charles Morgan CTM2 and I really regret that I didn't get to make any cruises on the Georgetown. I came on board in late '69 and hung around till the end to decommision it. That was a lot of work. Even though I was only ther a couple of months, I remember it fondly. iamnavyron@hotmail.com

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my name is mickey doyle(em3)plank owner. i have a new e mail address,thought i would pass it on to you guys MICSISD@AOL.COM

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i was wondering if you guys can help me and a lot of veterans who happen to be on medicare and social security. as a veteran on medicare and social security we have to pay out of our social security checks for any treatment or drugs we receive at a VA facility because congress will not allow two agencies that are subsidized by congress to work with each other. i was wondering if you guys will write your representives and ask them to pass a medicare subvention bill so veterans on medicare are not put through a monetary hardship. thanks mickey doyle plank owner

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I was on the Georgetown from commisioning until May 1966 when I left the Navy. I made the cruise through the canal and to South America. I can remember being in Chile where I sold a microphone and stand. I looked at the ships company for that cruise and don't see the IC I was with. Am I missing the timing or something? Allen Davis (IC2) anjdavis@highstream.net. Great site. Enjoying my past finally. Guess that when you get old, you stop looking forward and start looking more to the past. Wasn't thrilled with Keywest the first time when we sat outside of Havana.

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I was on the Georgetown from commisioning until May 1966 when I left the Navy. I made the cruise through the canal and to South America. I can remember being in Chile where I sold a microphone and stand. I looked at the ships company for that cruise and don't see the IC I was with. Am I missing the timing or something? Allen Davis (IC2) anjdavis@highstream.net. Great site. Enjoying my past finally. Guess that when you get old, you stop looking forward and start looking more to the past. Wasn't thrilled with Keywest the first time when we sat outside of Havana.

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Great to see a site dedicated to the old AGTR2. My name is Paul Gelinas, I was aboard from May 1965 until January 1967. Many good memories. My Email address is PAULG@COMCAST.NET

Any and all feel free to drop a line.

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Tony R. Tucker CT-3 served 1965-1966. trtucker@vnet.net.

Enjoy your web site.

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hi guys mickey doyle again with a new e mail add here it is.www.sissyd@comcast.net.god bless all of you guys

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Jack, I have a new e-mail address <mhumphries@stx.rr.com> Still enjoy your site. Good job. Thanks, Mike Humphries Plank owner 1963-1965

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I was on that '67 cruise to the Med. We went to relieve another "intelligence" ship. Do you remember? The one the Israelis almost sank. She was on the cover of Life magazine, listing about 30*.

Archie Carr

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Crewmember from 1967-1968 J Fulton SN and became

GMG3 on crews to the south africa fultj@aol.com

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IT WOULD BE VERY HARD TO IMPROVE ON WHAT YOU'VE DONE..JUST THE FACT THAT SOMEONE WOULD SHOW SO MUCH INTEREST IN REMEMBERING SOME VERY SPECIAL TIMES AND HONORING THOSE WHO HAVE FALLEN.I KNEW 2 OF THOSE MEN(LT BEASELY & GUNNERS MATE FRANK SHAIRBA,,BOTH REALLY "DECENT" MEN.. I SERVED FROM OCT '65 THRU SEPT '67 ,,,NOW THAT I LOOK BACK I REALIZE THEY WERE SPECIAL BUT TROUBLED TIMES..WHEN i WENT INTO NYC FIRST TIME BACK I QUICKLY NOTICED TWO VERY DISTINCT THINGS: WTC 1&2 CONSTRUCTION WELL UNDER WAY; AND PEOPLE, ESPEC WOMEN HAD CHANGED NOT ONLY LOOKS BUT VERY DEFINITE CHANGE IN VOCABULARY..SOME TIMES REMINDED ME OF CELESTINE (NO OFFENSE MEANT CELESTINE). BUT YOU DID HAVE A WAY WITH EXPLITIVES..GOD BLESS ALL... JEFFERSON LANNEAU ADDRESS:Lanneau@SBCGlobal.Net

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October 11th, had a good meeting with Bob Trovato and Nicky. They were on their way home to Florida and stayed overnight in Brunswick. We had a very short visit but it was a good one. Bob looks the same except for age and some little bit of weight. Talked to Jennings and Parshall on the phone. After 40's years things really aren't all that different. However, at the reunion, and those that were there said Bob had a good time at the Bacherette Party but how come no one ever reported about him being "flashed" by a female while they were there/ Geez, the older you get, the better the breaks. Anyhow, it was enjoyable and I thank Bob for the invite in the event I ever migrate to the Orlando Area.

Dutch Sprenkle

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A previous note indicated we were in the Med to relieve the Liberty after the Israeli attack in June of 67. The Georgetown didn't go to the Med until later in the year and it was because of the trouble in Cypress.

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In the event anyone is keeping up with emails, I just changed servers on mine.

Old email was gasman@darientel.net Effective now, 30 Octo 2004, it is now gasman01@bellsouth.net

REgards to all Dutch Sprenkle

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Great site, Jack! Sorry I haven't visited prior to this. My name is Jim (Sgt. Pepper) Johnston CTT2. I served aboard the Georgetown from April 1968 thru Dec. 1969. My email address is jimjohnston@nevinsinc.org or jej0322@hotmail.com I've got great memories of my time aboard the Big G. Jim

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PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS SITE. THANK YOU, WEBMASTER, JACK MERRILL

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What a great web site. I was just using Internet Explorer search and happened to put in the Georgetown and found this site. I was aboard the Georgetown from March 1967 until September 1968. I did the Med cruise after the Liberty and was on her in 67 when we blew a boiler after leaving Venezuela and had to put in port at Panama. Great memories. My name is Chris Calvert, CTRC USN RET. mrlucky_99@hotmail.com. I was really sad to see that Cmdr Gebler passed away; he was my first skipper aboard the Georgetown.

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Oops, I screwed that up - Cmdr Betts was my first skipper, Cmdr Gebler relieved him shortly after I arrived. Chris Calvert

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I was one of the first people to be assigned to the USS Georgetown back in 1963. The ship was still in drydock being converted at the Newport News shipyard. We lived in hotels and ate in resturants because there was no navy base there. I got sent to the SA100 school at Ft Meade, Md for 10 weeks and came back for the shakedown cruise. After graduating from the SA100 school they no longer had a job for me aboard the Georgetown so when we returned to Key West on the way back from the shakedown cruise I got sent to Cheltenham, Md for the remainder of my enlistment...Thus my name doesn't appear as ever being assigned to the Georgetown....I wish that could change.. Thanks Rodney Carlson CTT3/2..I made 2nd class while I was at Ft. Meade.My e-mail address is shotzyandme@yahoo.com

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I love your website. My Mom was having trouble finding a photo of my Father's ship, the Georgetown. My husband found your site for us last night and it is absolutely. Thanks so much for creating it. My Dad is Jerry Popen and I know he was planning on coming to the reunion...he would have loved it..when he was taken from us. Keep up the great job! Tammy Popen Cuyler...PrincessTammy@frontiernet.net

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Hello Jack and everyone. I first saw this page sometime back in the year 2000 and left a short message but somehow it was deleted when Jack made some changes to the site. Anyways, I still check the site every few weeks for newcomers and saw that "SGT Pepper" checked in a little while ago. I emailed him and he responded quickly to my email. It was nice to hear from an old shipmate again. I also talked to Vinnie Scala a fews years ago and that was a suprise when he called me. I am leaving a website address with this message for those of you who want to view a short movie of the USS Georgetown "CROSSING THE LINE-1969". I'm sure that many of you will be supprised to see yourselves in this old movie I took while crossing the equator on our way back from the African cruise. You will also see Captain Gebler with with Davie Jones inspecting the lowly Polywogs. Jack, feel free to download the movie and add it to your site. My son (also ex-navy)was kind enough to digitize the movie and put it on his website for your viewing pleasure. Please enjoy! My best wishes to all of the Georgetown crew. Here is the web address: http://www.lytewave.com/shellback.wmv

Scott Lyter CTT2 PAANG MSG Retired USS Georgetown 1968/69 wlyter@yahoo.com

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Do not post spam or advertisements to this web page.

Thank you Jack Merrill Webmaster

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Great page. I was a CT2 on the USS Georgetown under Capt Gebler. Got out of Navy June 1969 after 18 months on the Georgtown. I was also the ship's photgrapher during that time.

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Great page. I was a CT2 on the USS Georgetown under Capt Gebler. Got out of Navy June 1969 after 18 months on the Georgtown. I was also the ship's photgrapher during that time.

Lumpylbk@iwon.com

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Great page. I was a CT2 on the USS Georgetown under Capt Gebler. Got out of Navy June 1969 after 18 months on the Georgetown. I was also the ship's photgrapher during that time.

Lumpylbk@iwon.com

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I was on the USS Georgetown from January 1968 to June 1969. I was a CTT2. Beside my CT work I was also the ships photographer and duty driver. Enjoyed my 4 years in the Navy.

Larry Smith Lumpylbk@iwon.com May 13, 2005

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I'd like to thank Ed for the bronze Georgetown plaque. It's the same Georgetown emblem as the patches. I'll take a picture of it and put it on the page.

Thank you, Jack

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Nice web site and i found two of my shipmates that I have thought of but never tried to contact. Tony Ray Tucker, couldnt have a better friend, and Paul Gelinas who was great fun to be in the car with on those weekend rides to New England. I served on the Georgetown in 1966. Three days steaming off of cuba to get out of the way of a hurricane and damn near ran right into the eye of it. and those cubans, who could forget the cubans and the night we spent at general quarters. And then there was, have to stop but there sure were a lot of good peeps and some good times onboard.

Milton (Butch) Blough CTR3 GTR3 spring to fall 1966

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Nice web site and i found two of my shipmates that I have thought of but never tried to contact. Tony Ray Tucker, couldnt have a better friend, and Paul Gelinas who was great fun to be in the car with on those weekend rides to New England. I served on the Georgetown in 1966. Three days steaming off of cuba to get out of the way of a hurricane and damn near ran right into the eye of it. and those cubans, who could forget the cubans and the night we spent at general quarters. And then there was, have to stop but there sure were a lot of good peeps and some good times onboard.

Milton (Butch) Blough CTR3 GTR3 spring to fall 1966

Guess I will have to try to contact Paul and Tony Ray.

e-mail lebent @dslextreme.com

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I am signing in 2005 and cant help with any reunions.

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Good evening, This is Don Sprenkle's youngest daughter, Louise. It was such a pleasure to meet Bob at Dad's service. The information that is contained on this website honoring my dad is very much appreciated. I wanted to offer one piece of information, and I hope you don't mind. Dad actually passed away on July 1 and it is listed here as July 2. I just thought you might want to know the correct date - even if it is just one day. Thanks so much for honoring my dad - he was a great man and my best friend. Warm regards, Louise Matthews

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In a previous life many, many years ago, I was a Cryptologic Technician Third Class (CT3) in the United States Navy. I was originally trained as a Russian Morse code intercept operator and subsequently retrained as a Portuguese voice intercept operator. In 1964 I was stationed at the Naval Security Group Activity in Bremerhaven, West Germany and subsequently made one cruise to South America on the USS Georgetown (AGTR-2) in 1965, two to Africa on the USS Liberty (AGTR-5) in 1966 and one final cruise back to South America on the USS Belmont (AGTR-4) in the spring of 1967.

During the 1965-67 timeframe, I was actually stationed at the Naval Security Group Activity at NSA Headquarters at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland attached to G54 for approximately two years. While there, I was assigned temporarily (TDY) to the USS Liberty for cruises #2 and #3 (1966). Later, I was scheduled to the make cruises #4 and #5 (the fatal one), but I was re-assigned to the Belmont to make a cruise circumnavigating South America in the spring of 1967. The Belmont was going to be in Rio de Janeiro during mardi gras and since I was a Portuguese "I"-Brancher, I had myself taken off the African problem and reassigned to the South American problem. When the Belmont returned to Norfolk early in June 1967, she was ordered to turn-around and replace the Liberty within 24 hours. The entire crew was quarantined to the ship. However, the Belmont began to sink at pier-side under the weight of a full load on oil and supplies. We never made it to the Eastern Mediterranean . My replacement on board the Liberty was CTSN Carl C. Nygren who is now buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

God speed . Never stop. Never give-up. Never let the memory fade .... JP (CTIC)

-------------------------------------------------- J.P.Feldmann@LMCo.com Senior Staff Database Architect Integrated Systems & Solutions Reston, Virginia Phone: (703) 877-1446 Cell: (703) 999-5296

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Jack: I see the site has been invaded by mental midgets, in particular the guest book starting 9/23. I guess it will always be the case that people who have nothing to contribute will mess things up for those who do. Lets just hope they tire of their mental masturbation and go away.

al kraatz

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Jack thanks for taking us back a few years. Rex Shrum here, I boarded the G in Oct. 63, and set left in Summer of 65 M Gang made BT3 just before I left. I think I had stated before that I left in 64, but remembered it was in 65. I do remember some good times on that ship. One was New Years eve of 64 and someones moonshine. Anyway, keep up the good work. My e-mail is mdtcoordinator@yahoo.com

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Spammers

Please stay off of our website. This is a site for veterens of a great ship that served your country well. Keep your garbage off.

Jack Merrill, Webmaster.

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HI .... I am Keith Rothra. On the Georgetown from June 65 to June 67 along with Bob Traxler from Binghamton NY and Frank Sherba from CLeveland, among others ... and Jimmy Alexander. Was an RD3 when I left. Served in USAF afterwards for 18 years. Thank you for your work here. I am in Longview, TX.

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mickey doyle here just wanted to put my new e mail. sissd1verizon.net. merry christmas and happy new year to everyone. i am still looking for george burkholder MM3,we are both plank owners.

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mickey doyle here just wanted to say merry christmas to everyone and to give my new e mail add. www.sissd1@verizon.net,i am still loking for george burkholder mm3 we are both plank owners.

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This is Keith Rothra again. It has been a month since I found this website and left my last comments and see nobody else adding anything. Is there anyone out there anymore? .... or am I lost in cyberspace? I am looking for Jim ALexander's whereabouts ... and Bob Traxler. can anyone help me with that? Keith rothra KRothra@Earthlink.net.

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Jack, The new additions to web page are good. I just retired from Rock Hill Telco., where I worked for past 30 years. I am a plank owner, served on Georgetown from 63 to 65. I have good many pictures, but most on slides if you give me you address I'll send them to you and let you post them. Tom Adams E-mail tom_adams@bellsouth.net

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Jack, I haven't been on the site for a while. My computer crashed the other year and then I got a new ISP. My new e-mail is: catamountjim@bellsouth.net

When I got on the site, I luckily found a note from Keith "Rocky" Rothra. He was a buddy in CIC. He also new Jim Maitlen and Webster Baker from the reunion. I will be able to get them in contact with each other. Thanks for keeping up the site - it is still serving a great purpose.

I haven't talked to you in a while. I will e-mail you.

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Hi All,

I'm Dave Yetman, CTT2 and Plank Owner. As some of you will remember, I was the Photo Intell Elisted Guy who took all the pictures and did the photo processing on-board. I have groups of photos of the crew, taking on board Cubans, the boats they left Cuba on, Photos of airplanes taking a look at us when we were off Havana, and several pictures of Russian commericial ships, Intell ships, and several of Cuban PT boats and the only Distroyer the Cubans had. I'd like to send them for inclusion into the Georgetown home site. Who do I send them to and can I get them back? I also have several pictures of us crossing the EQ and of the CO giving out awards, etc. Pse let me know and I'll send them right along.

Peace,

Dave Yetman, Harbeson, DE

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Hi All,

I'm Dave Yetman, CTT2 and Plank Owner. As some of you will remember, I was the Photo Intell Elisted Guy who took all the pictures and did the photo processing on-board. I have groups of photos of the crew, taking on board Cubans, the boats they left Cuba on, Photos of airplanes taking a look at us when we were off Havana, and several pictures of Russian commericial ships, Intell ships, and several of Cuban PT boats and the only Distroyer the Cubans had. I'd like to send them for inclusion into the Georgetown home site. Who do I send them to and can I get them back? I also have several pictures of us crossing the EQ and of the CO giving out awards, etc. Pse let me know and I'll send them right along.

Peace,

Dave Yetman, Harbeson, DE dyetman@dol.net

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Hi Jack,

I'm CTT2 Thomas M. Kruse. I served aboard the the USS Georgetown from March? 1968 to August 1969. I have a few, relatively low quality photos that I would like to submit, if you can tell me how.

Thanks for producing and maintaining this Web site. My granddaughter was doing some research on my family history for a school report and came across the site. I hadn't even thought to look!

My email address is kruse@ipfw.edu

Regards, Tom

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Hi Jack, Mike Driscoll (63-65) with new email address: <mdriscoll_98@earthlink.net>, now living in Pensacola....

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I continuosly look for a familiar name in the guestbook but with the garbage piling up it's discouraging. Isn't there some way to seeing who is doing this? I don't think it's random. Bob Hobbs

Remote User:

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i was wondering if anyone can tell me what happened to the agtr`s after the liberty was demolished by the israeli`s. it seems to me that the navy sent us out to spy on countries and never meant to protect us,as was the case of the pueblo and the liberty. thank you mickey doyle plank owner

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John: Name is Morgan E. Sawyer. I was absolutley overjoyed to find this website. I served on the G from about mid 1965 to September 1966. We did a couple of South American cruises. Went through the canal three times and roamed around the Caribbean. I left the Navy after that and went to college, but 17 years later went back to the Navy (was in the reserves) and NSG in Hawaii and from there to South Korea and then back to Hawaii were I was assinged to NSA for five years. Left the Navy again (did not retire) and went to work for the FBI where I remain. I have lots of pictures of the cruises and the ship. If you would like to have copies, I can send. E-mail address is: polysummons@msn.com. I am enjoying going through this site. Thanks. Morgan

P.S.: Looks like the spammers really got to the site from May 06 on.

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Hello, My name is Jonathan Carn, my mother is Dorothy Betts, sister of Martin Betts, my uncle. I was just searching the web to show my son some history and I knew Uncle Burke was the captain and found this site. Pretty nice site!

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My name is Stephen Rudick. I was a CTI on the last cruise September 1968 - March 1969. I worked in forward research with the 'spooks' doing voice intercept. I couldnt find my picture and dont have one to contribute. I did recognize some faces and wondered if anyone would remember me. Thanks for all the work you have done on this site. It was a nostalgic evening for me.

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My name is Stephen Rudick. I was a CTI on the last cruise September 1968 - March 1969. I worked in forward research with the 'spooks' doing voice intercept. I couldnt find my picture and dont have one to contribute. I did recognize some faces and wondered if anyone would remember me. Thanks for all the work you have done on this site. It was a nostalgic evening for me.

srudick@thehill.org

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I've got it cleaned up again. It just gets away from me sometimes. If anyone knows a way to stop the spammers please let me no. It's a shame that spammer put their garbage on a page that is dedicated to USS Georgetown Veterans.

This has turned into a great site and it belongs to all of us. Thank you for the input.

Jack

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Jack: Very happy to see that the "spammers" have disappeared from the site - at least temporarily. As always - great job on the site.

Al (Red) Kraatz email: Alverno2@comcast.net

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I have made it my Veterans Day resolution to go through all the comments ad make all the changes and additions trhat have been sent to me and I hope to keep up wiith them. Happy Veterans Day

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Hi Jack, Glad to see you back and enjoy the web site. Keep up the good work. I found a few pictures of the Georgetown the other day and will send them to you via email. Scott Lyter

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I got spam filters set for the site. It should be kept clean.

Jack

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Ship Mates

I have updated the e-mail page. I have removed inactive and now I need to start adding again.

Jack

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Jack, Thanks for your effort in starting and maintaining this website. I have posted 169 pictures covering May 1966 to June 1967, my time on the Georgetown, to my website web.mac.com/roberthobbs for anyone to view.

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My name is Alan Sharman, plank owner on the Georgetown 63-65. I was a CTM2 and retired in 1980 as a CTMCS. Missed the reunion, but met up with Sam Fike and Bob Pope, shipmates from OE division. Hope to make a reunion one of these days. email sharman@olg.com.

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My name is Alan Sharman, plank owner on the Georgetown 63-65. I was a CTM2 and retired in 1980 as a CTMCS. Missed the reunion, but met up with Sam Fike and Bob Pope, shipmates from OE division. Hope to make a reunion one of these days. email sharman@olg.com.

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My nave is Henry Pond (HANK). I retired CTTCS in 1975. I reported to the Georgetown office on Washington Ave. in Newport News Va. and am a plank owner of the ship. Our cruisebook states that I was a CTT2. Actually, I was CTT1 the entire time I served on that ship. I have some good memories and stories about those days and would like to communicate with some of the men who were there with me.

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Hank

What is your e-mail address?

Jack

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Jack, My E=Mail address is hankpond@comcast.net

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After all these years the truth comes out. My best wishes to all you fellow sailors and seamen who served with pride.

Gary Feikert, ATN-3, VA-113, NAS Lemoore, USS Saratoga, USS Ranger. 1969-1970, 1970-1971. RVN Service, 1969-1971.

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Greetings from Santa Rosa, CA I forgot to add my email address. Though I was an 'airdale' to you guys, and I worked on 'flat-tops' in the Tonkin Gulf, I could've been right there with you guys. Gary Feikert, ATN-3, Attack Squadron 113 'The Stingers' modrock@sonic.net USN, 1967-71

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Jack: I see the cretins are back with their spam - too bad - I guess they're just a nuisance that has to be dealt with. Happy New Year to all former shipmates!

Al Kraatz (alverno2@comcast.net)

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One way it could be improved would be to add my name to the crew list for the Four Seas Oct 67 sailing. I was a last minute (literally) replacement for an I-Brancher who got sick. I got stuck messcooking (pots and pans) when we started across the Atlantic because we no longer were in need of Spanish. I applied to go back to school for another language and got off the ship in Naples. Also, why are no I-Branchers listed in the crew list?

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After leaving previous comments, I realized I didn't leave name. I'm Michael F. Martin, CT(I)3. e-mail: mike948pro@msn.com Great site and I have some pics if I can locate them, like me standing on the bow with Mt. Vesuvius in the background entering Naples harbor. Thanks for the memories.

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My name is Michael R. Bernstein, son of late PCSN Roanld S. Bernstein, who served on the USS Georgetown from 65-66. If anyone has any info, pics and memories of my father please let me know. He passed away in 2003 and it is still hard to look at some of his naval stuff. In 2000 I joined the USMC at the ripe ole age of 29, volunteered and served in Iraq in 2004.

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Literally stumbled upon this website. I still don't know what I was thinking or how I got here. But, it has opened the floodgates to a host of memories lived for real so long ago. I served aboard the "G" from Jan. 67 to Apr. 69. When I walked down the gangplank that last time I couldn't have known that she would be de-commissioned shortly thereafter. I guess I assumed she would continue breaking water forever. That Indian Ocean deployment seemed to last a lifetime. Fortunately, it was broken up by some well-deserved liberty on Mauritius (sp?). Anyone remember those sailors from the Russian "Trawler?" Anyone remember John Carnavale? He was the toughest s.o.b. I've seen in my life and I'm old now. Besides being seasick for two years, the only time I ever lost any money was betting against the CT's at the only "smoker" I can recall. That night they kicked a** on ships company, for sure. Otherwise, all has been tranquil here on the plains of the Upper Midwest. I sincerely hope that all of your seas have been calm too ...

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Thanks for the site. I was killing some time when I ran across it. I was aboard from Sept 66 until Aug 67 when I turned civilian again. Was a CT2 in R branch, previously in Edzell. Anyone know where Duane Curry or Richard Street are, let me know. In fact, if anyone remembers me from way back, contact me. Tom.Hestand@gmail.com

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Hi jack,my name is Ken (blue)Blubaugh.served on the G 66-69 or ther abouts.my son told me about this site,wow what a great find. so many great mems.wish i had been notified of reun in key west.must think i still live in lima ohio! nope,i now live in Port Clinton,Ohio.would rilly like to hear from Jimmy Alexander,and Jim Maitlen,also,anyone know the wareabouts of Bob Hatton,lived in Pataskla,Ohio,and Bob Harris,lived in Enid,Oklahoma.i"ll be back in touch,hope to hear from you all.god bless!!my e-mail add.-kdatthebigpond@cros.net

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just checking in Jack - i can't believe that nobody has sent anything to this site since Feb 2007. Are we still operational? Nice to see no spam on the site. Happy Thanksgiving to all former shipmates. al kraatz - email: alverno2@comcast.net

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Happy Thanksgiving to all former crew members of the USS Georgetown! Al Kraatz 1964-65

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Just a comm check to see if this gets added to the site.

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Hi Jack, Mike Martin here. Any more info or interest about a 2008 reunion?

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Although I was not assigned duty on the U.S.S. Georetown I have a very close friend that was during 1963-65 I believe? I have been trying to locate him as we close friends and worked together while stationed at Imperial Beach, CA. 1963-64 His name is Robert(Bob)Gregorio. He was a CT1 during his duty aboard the Georgetown. My name is Gil Larson Email address: w7jbj@yahoo.com If you can help me locate him I would very much appreciate it! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year..2008

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Although I was not assigned duty on the U.S.S. Georetown I have a very close friend that was during 1963-65 I believe? I have been trying to locate him as we were close friends and worked together while stationed at Imperial Beach, CA. 1963-64 His name is Robert(Bob)Gregorio. He was a CT1 during his duty aboard the Georgetown. My name is Gil Larson Email address: w7jbj@yahoo.com If you can help me locate him I would very much appreciate it! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year..2008

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Gentlemen of the Georgetown. I have cleaned up the site and got all the garbage off. I will contact my internet host and see if there is any way of preventing the spam. It might have to be a passworded to post but if that is what we have to do we will do it. This is not my page but it is all of ours. I have been going through very trying and testing times. I think God kicked me in the butt and said, I have different plans for you. Whereever I end up the page will continue. In fact at some time I'll have more time to spend on it. I have had offers to help with the page and will accept those offers. In going back and reading the posts over the past 8 years is see this page has got many friends back together. It has renewed and made new friends for me. That was my hope. God Bless all of you and let's keep this page going. Jack

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Hi Jack, Beautiful site. Love the stories and the pictures. Nice to go through the names of the crew, both ship's and CT's and remember those I sailed with. Also thanks for the different group mailings. Just a coulpe of things. http://www.ussgeorgetown.com/E-MAIL.HTM Bottom of page. Homepage link (Add 'L' to htm for html) Change Email address Davis, Allen R. IC2 1963 - 1966 From: anjdavis@highstream.net To: anjdavis@yahoo.com

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Hi Jack: Ran across the web site some time ago and come back to it often to see what's new. Your recent post in the guest book made me decide to get in touch. You've done a great job keeping it first class and it seems like encouragement is in order. I served on the Georgetown from September 1966 to August 1968. So many names and memories came back. Many years ago I ran into some shipmates while traveling; Storekeeper Chief Cox at a Hampton Virginia motel after he retired from the Navy; Chief Jim Owens on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, managing a motel complex; BM Charley White phone calls from Alabama, and 2 A. M. or usually later Kansas bar calls from BM Lonnie Wood. Your web site brings all those memories back and many more. Through the years I thought my only connection with the Navy would be my time served. I would finish my working years in Pennsylvania and hopefully retirement somewhere in warm weather. I end up retiring after 36 years with the same employer, but coming back to the Norfolk area. My daughter's husband is career Navy having recently finished a two year tour on the USS Iwo Jima and presently stationed at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital. His sister and her husband are also career Navy living in the area. Through the years I occasionally talked with my wife and kids about being in the Navy, but I never thought I made it sound that good. They all are officers, so I THINK their lives are better. They say it's the same stuff I remember, just a different level. If possible, keep the great web site going. I know the time and dedication it takes. My last 12 years of work included writing and teaching basic computer hardware and software training programs. Believe me, there are other Georgetown shipmates out there who appreciate your efforts. Thank you! Bob Huysman BM3 Chesapeake, VA. E-mail rwhman@hotmail.com

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Robert Heffner was on AGTR-2 from winter of '64 to spring of '66. There were still a lot of originals still there. It was an interesting experience. Noway was I ever going to both sides of Sout America and through the canal on my own. Pulling into Gitmo was another. Hello to all of you and may you have 'fair winds and following seas' (I think that is right) Bob

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Terrific Jack - welcome back - hope the spammers have moved on. Thanks for your hard work! Al Kraatz Jan 64 - June 65

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Information request about Chief Brown Dear Mr. Merrill, I was wondering if you had found any information, etc. regarding my father's tour with the Georgetown? We exchanged some emails a few months ago. I appreciate any further help. Thanks - Myrna Brown-Kainth On Sun, Oct 19, 2008 at 1:52 PM, Jack Merrill <jmerrill@jmerrill.net> wrote: Myrna I think I have a page on him on my web page. Ill have to look. There are a lot of people around who knew him. Jack From: Myrna Brown Kainth [mailto:mibsmail@gmail.com Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2008 8:59 AM To: jmerrill@jmerrill.net Subject: Georgetown Crew?? Dear Mr. Merrill, I am doing some research on my father's tour with NavSecGroup and found some sites that list you as a contact. I wonder if you remember my father and some of the work your team did in the later part of 1967/68? My father was James Talmadge Brown, Sr. CTC, however he may have still been CT1 at the time of his tour with the Georgetown. I would appreciate any information you can provide or possibly a contact of someone who may have worked closely with him. Thanks for your service to our country! Sincerely, Myrna I. Brown-Kainth Nashville, TN

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On May 2nd 1964 my father, Humberto Camejo and 13 of his fellow country men and friends fled Cuba in search of freedom. A day later on May 3, 1964 he was rescued and brought aboard the USS Georgetown and on May 10th arrived in Key West. Today, on May 11th 2009, forty-five years and a day later, my father wept as he saw the pictures of himself the day he always spoke about; had they not have been rescued he fears what would have happened to them. I have attached a picture of him from that day, he is the first one on the left. I have also attached a picture of my father and my mother. My brother, sister, and myself thank you for giving us the opportunity to fulfill their dream of living our lives with dignity and freedom. It was truly a blessing to see the pictures and read your stories online. Please feel free to contact either myself Eileen Camejo at eileencamejo@hotmail.com or my father, Humberto Camejo at hcmoro@hotmail.com , we would love to hear from you. Sincerely, The Camejo Family

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The USS Georgetown was named after 22 cities and towns of the U.S., but there was actually a 23rd town that was omitted - Georgetown, Massachusetts. Does anyone know why this town was omitted? CTA1 Norman S. Landino, Bridgewater, MA - E-mail address: pfs.norm@juno.com - Stationed on-board the Big "G" - May 65 - Sep 66 - sure enjoyed my time

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Received word of the passing on 29 July 2008 of our former CO CDR Marvin Betts who was in command of the Big G from 24 Dec 65 - 22 May 67. He was a wonderful skipper and guided us through Hurricane Alma in June of 1966. He was married for over 60 years to Rosie and left 3 children, Millicent, Martin Jr and Michele. Martin was commissioned to the U.S. NAVY in Aug 1950 and proudly served for 20 years. After retirement he spent a career in engineering design and management as a Defense contractor with Presearch Inc in Silver Spring, MD. He was also highly recognized for his expert seamanship and his favorite pastime, was working on and enjoying his boat the "Slo Coasta". He was a resident of Stafford, VA. I had been in contact with CDR Betts over the years through e-mail. He was a shipmate, leader and a gentlemen. I was proud to have served in his command. CTAC Norman S. Landino, USN (RET)- 7/12/09

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I just received notice from Kel Humphries that our friend Ed Bevins died on February. May our prayers be with his family.

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My name is William Crovatt. I was a T Brancher onboard in 1965. I wanted to say that Barbossa was a CT...

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Jack; Are there any plans floating around for a Georgetown reunion? Thanks for keeping this website going. Joe Foltz (CT3) Gtown late to decom

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Loved the website. I can't believe I've missed it all these years. I reported onboard Georgetown on Easter Sunday 1969 and stayed through decom. I was in 1st div until late summer when I got a transfer to disbursing. It was my first ship in the Navy and I still remember it well. Wendell Melton DPC, ret.

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JACK. I WAS ABOARD FROM NAPLES 68--TO LORENCO MARQUIS 68.REALLY ENJOYED IT MORE THAN I THOUGHT I WOULD. WAS IN THE P.I. FOR 2 YEARS PRIOR TO GEORGETOWN AND PENSACOLA BEFORE THAT, SO I WAS A SHORE SAILOR. STILL REMEMBER PELUSO WORRING ABOUT GETTING HIS GIRL PREGO AND WHAT HER DAD [ITALIAN] MIGHT DO TO HIM.GOT THE WORST SUIT EVER IN MAURITIUS. GOT IT MADE IN TWO DAYS. IT WAS HORRID.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK CT-3 ROBERT COVERT

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Robert Covert Join our Yahoo Group. We are on Facebook also. Jack

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Very Nice. I love checking out the history of our older ships.

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My new email address is: n3ekz@verizon.net nice site. Mel Morenz

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Nice site! I have been in possession of the bell that is pictured on this site for a number of years. I purchased it for $300 at an antique and collectibles show, and at the time, I was told that it came from the decomissioned USS Georgetown. The man I bought it from had obtained it from someone who served on the Georgetown (as I recall). I have never been in the military, although I had two brothers who served in the navy years ago. I had an iron post custom made for the bell, and for many years I used it to call the kids in for dinner. That said, I no longer use the bell, and no longer have it displayed. I thought that perhaps someone who visited this site might be interested in purchasing it---or may know someone who is. contact me at WaMSMc@aol.com if you are interested. Comments

I served on-board the BIG G IN 65-66. Thoroughly enjoyed my tour. A piece of correction to the history of the USS GEORGETOWN. It was named after 22 cities and towns in the US and that has been noted in many places, but in fact there are 23 cities and towns named Georgetown. The one that was not listed was Massachusetts. Wanted to set the record straight. Norman S. Landino, CTAC - RET

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I was on the 1967 cruise and enjoyed it. Just updating by e-mail address. e-mail: N3EKZ@verizon.net CTTC Melvin J. Morenz (RET)

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This is Nick Ferriter - I served on the Georgetown with you in 1964 - 66 as assistant Navigator then Navigator with Mac MacDougle. I recently got a call from Dick McHugh and we were trying to 'reconstruct' an event that probably occurred in 1965 when what might be considered as UFO's 'flew' over the Georgetown as we were in transit somewhere East of Cape Canaveral. Do you have any similar memory? If so, when/where and what? Hope this finds you well. Nick Ferriter, Ferriter@AOL.com , Rocky Neck Road, Mollusk VA

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