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John Livingstone Sperry Tec
Bowditch 1978-1979
Post # 21
07-09-2008 | 00:01

Great site! This brings back a lot of great memories. InPorts were always fun. Las Palmas Grand Canary Island, Rota Spain (just after Franco died), Bermuda, Halifax, Port Canaveral Fla, Boston (2 months dry dock in Dec and Jan - one dollar fish chowder and bread at the 'No Name' Restaurant in S. Boston shipyards), and (of course) Norfolk Va. I also have some photos that I can post.
Andrew C Floyd, RM3 USN
Bowditch 1976-79
Post # 20
07-07-2008 | 00:01

Temporary E-mail this is work. Comms will be up at home in a month or two. Please say hello and I will get some photo's out stat when I get access. Nice to have this site. Harvey, Neil, Tom, etc., keep in touch...
Dennis Solo USN
Dutton 1964-65
Post # 19
07-03-2008 | 00:01

I just found this web site. I have pictures to add to the site
Chuck Stalnaker ET-2 SS
Bowditch 1980-1981
Post # 18
07-02-2008 | 00:01

Wow! Thanks Earl for all the hard work on this website. And thanks to Phil for the great work on the guestbook! Never thought I would find anything on the web about the T-AGS. Enjoyed a year of fun on the Bowditch; best duty ever; model rockets, shooting m14's at trash, WRAT radio, Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Lisbon. North Atlantic in a hurricane to standby a sinking sailboat till the coasties arrived onscene! Only see one shipmate listed; Rusty McIntyre; hope more find this site. Wished I could have stayed onboard longer but they sent me off to a sub for the next two years... Will try to send a few photos!"FORS PER SCIENTIAM"
ET-3 SS Ed Roncarati USN
Dutton 87-88
Post # 17
07-29-2008 | 00:01

Brings back some memories. What about Hess?

"Any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile ... can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction, 'I served in the United States Navy'."

President John F. Kennedy
Terence "Terry" Gage
Dutton 66- Michelson 66-
Post # 16
06-18-2008 | 00:01

For years I've looked for information on what my dad was doing at sea all those years...Who knew it would be as simple as typing "USNS Dutton" into a search bar?
Thanks to this site, I knew more about him and the job he was doing in twenty minutes than he told me over the course of his entire lifetime.
If anyone can tell me more, Id be glad to hear from you.
Thanks again, and a big "well done!"
Ray Shunk USN GI Tech rep
Bowditch 1967-68 Michelson 1965-66 1970-73
Post # 15
06-20-2008 | 00:01

Great work Earl!
Ray Fleming Gen. Instrument
Dutton 1965-1967 Michelson 1967-1970
Post # 14
06-14-2008 | 00:01

Found website with the help of Chet Headley.
Brings back a lot of old memories.
ETN2 Steve Carlton USN
Bowditch 1972-1973 Michelson 1970-1972
Post # 13
06-08-2008 | 00:01

Whatever happened to Calypso Charlie and Herbie?
Peter Hellman USN
Bowditch 68 - 69
Post # 12
06-03-2008 | 00:01

Great site, Earl. Brought back a lot of memories. I was an ETN2 SINS tech, and reported aboard the Bowditch the day the ship pulled into Bethlehem Steel Shipyards in Hoboken,NJ Nov 68. I'll look around to see if I can find any old photos to add.
Cheers.
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