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Richard Asche Richard Asche from Port Orchard, WA wrote on June 22, 2015:
During a port visit to Melbourne Australia in 1967 a little three year old girl was seen hopscotching on the decks of TJ. The incident was photographed and that little girl would like to know if anyone remembers. Please let me know..Dick
During a port visit to Melbourne Australia in 1967 a little three year old girl was seen hopscotching on the decks of TJ. The incident was photographed and that little girl would like to know if anyone remembers. Please let me know..Dick
Paul Irvine Paul Irvine from Yorba Linda wrote on June 10, 2015:
Paul Irvine FN was on two Westpac tours 66-68. He survived two bouts of cancer. One is a presumptive disease for everyone EXCEPT blue (deep) water navy, Paul was denied any benefits, because BWN must prove the Agent Orange came to you along the coast and/or Da Nang Harbor. Our question is: During 66-67 tour a swift water boat transferred two viet cong prisoners to TJ. Do any of you remember how long they were on board? Were they placed in the Brig? We have been to see the TJ, but can not agree where the original brig was…does anyone remember? We have been in touch with CDR. Briggs and he has been very helpful with any questions we may... Read more
Paul Irvine FN was on two Westpac tours 66-68. He survived two bouts of cancer. One is a presumptive disease for everyone EXCEPT blue (deep) water navy, Paul was denied any benefits, because BWN must prove the Agent Orange came to you along the coast and/or Da Nang Harbor. Our question is: During 66-67 tour a swift water boat transferred two viet cong prisoners to TJ. Do any of you remember how long they were on board? Were they placed in the Brig? We have been to see the TJ, but can not agree where the original brig was…does anyone remember? We have been in touch with CDR. Briggs and he has been very helpful with any questions we may have. Recently the courts have struck down the "boots on the ground" requirement. They were directed to account for very obvious runoff to the bays and oceans. There is some hope, so we are adding all possible explanation that those sailors on TJ were subjected to AO. Would like to hear from anyone that has suffered from a presumptive illness that served on TJ
John W Hart FTG1 John W Hart FTG1 wrote on May 21, 2015:
Was aboard '65-'69. FTG1 Remember Jowers SK2 well. All those vacuum tubes from supply. Also, 3 westpacs with D. Stewart.
Was aboard '65-'69. FTG1 Remember Jowers SK2 well. All those vacuum tubes from supply. Also, 3 westpacs with D. Stewart.
frank jowers sk2 frank jowers sk2 from apopka wrote on April 19, 2015:
65/69 we were in an insane time and we were all a little insane taking on more ammo than we had room for /receiving pallets of shells from helos. Like we had good sense you all were the best. May God continue to watch over you as he did then.
65/69 we were in an insane time and we were all a little insane taking on more ammo than we had room for /receiving pallets of shells from helos. Like we had good sense you all were the best. May God continue to watch over you as he did then.
Richard W Spence Richard W Spence from Suffolk, VA wrote on April 10, 2015:
hello Sally, Bobby , Noman, this Dk3 Spence hit me up
hello Sally, Bobby , Noman, this Dk3 Spence hit me up
William F. Harper William F. Harper from Kansas wrote on November 28, 2014:
I went aboard the Turner Joy in early '67 to late'68. Does anyone else remember off loading and on loading stores and papers from river boats AKA swift boats during that time? Please let me know, thanks!
I went aboard the Turner Joy in early '67 to late'68. Does anyone else remember off loading and on loading stores and papers from river boats AKA swift boats during that time? Please let me know, thanks!
Lawrence Cox Lawrence Cox from Idaho wrote on November 4, 2014:
My father served on the Turner Joy and I have a photo of him and his wife standing next to the funnel. His name was Joseph M. Cox and he was a shopkeeper. His wife's name is Dorothy H. Cox. Joseph died in 1996 w/complications following the amputation of his rt. leg.
My father served on the Turner Joy and I have a photo of him and his wife standing next to the funnel. His name was Joseph M. Cox and he was a shopkeeper. His wife's name is Dorothy H. Cox. Joseph died in 1996 w/complications following the amputation of his rt. leg.
lou dunkel lou dunkel from Oregon wrote on October 15, 2014:
Looking for Ken Garrison - The Bell girls
Looking for Ken Garrison - The Bell girls
Santos Chapa Santos Chapa from Texas wrote on October 14, 2014:
Does anyone know the whereabouts of RMC Michael Donaghue? last I heard he was a cwo at NCTAMS in Hawaii. That was around 1988.
Does anyone know the whereabouts of RMC Michael Donaghue? last I heard he was a cwo at NCTAMS in Hawaii. That was around 1988.
Santos Chapa Santos Chapa from Texas wrote on September 30, 2014:
Served from 75 to 78. Whats the real story on CDR Pidgeon? Heard many stories in the radio shack from RMC Key.
Served from 75 to 78. Whats the real story on CDR Pidgeon? Heard many stories in the radio shack from RMC Key.
Bob Collier Bob Collier from Arkansas wrote on September 25, 2014:
Toured the Turner Joy today walked off her on 11/11/69...lots of memories re surfaced today..????
Toured the Turner Joy today walked off her on 11/11/69...lots of memories re surfaced today..????
Smithc604 Smithc604 from International wrote on September 15, 2014:
Nice read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing some research on that. And he actually bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that Thanks for lunch!
Nice read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing some research on that. And he actually bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that Thanks for lunch!
William Thompson William Thompson from Arizona wrote on September 7, 2014:
STG3 78-81 Good times in Fox Division.
STG3 78-81 Good times in Fox Division.
MM1 Kenneth Bartlett rt MM1 Kenneth Bartlett rt from Washington wrote on September 2, 2014:
I missed the last Reunion,I didn't know about it
I missed the last Reunion,I didn't know about it
Eduardo'. Din Eduardo'. Din from Califonia wrote on August 10, 2014:
Mar 72-75
Mar 72-75
Chris Davies Chris Davies from Washington wrote on August 5, 2014:
1974-1978 BT3 I currently live in Lacey Washington. Just updating my email address and current location.
1974-1978 BT3 I currently live in Lacey Washington. Just updating my email address and current location.
Henry Roberts Henry Roberts from Washington wrote on August 3, 2014:
Good memories 73-76
Good memories 73-76
karl hoyer ETN3 karl hoyer ETN3 from Califonia wrote on July 24, 2014:
69-70 west pack
69-70 west pack
Robert Voshall Robert Voshall from Nevada wrote on July 14, 2014:
Already booked hotel for 2014 Reunion. I need to register for the event - please.
Already booked hotel for 2014 Reunion. I need to register for the event - please.
Robert Durkee Robert Durkee from Michigan wrote on June 27, 2014:
Served from Oct 1966 to Oct 1968 two wespacs
Served from Oct 1966 to Oct 1968 two wespacs
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