|Message||Served in R Division from late 66 till after the Rio cruise in 68. SFP3 when I left.|
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|Message||Served 1967 and 68. Wish to remember Lt. J.G Sorenson.|
|Message||"E" Division, EM2. Watchstander in Firerooms/Turbine Generator. Worked out of Lighting Shop and Battery Locker.|
Came aboard 12/67 after spending a year in Vietnam on LST-1032.
Randolph spent a lot of time in the Pensacola area, serving as landing platform for future Naval Aviators. A trip to Saint Thomas. Then Operation Springboard...Crossing the line...Shellback...trip to Rio!
On our return to Norfolk, we stopped in Barbados for a booze run. Then ship received word that we were going to be decommissioned. Returned to Norfolk, then a trip to Boston Naval Yard for a cold winter of closing the ship up, for its final destination. This was the winter of 68 and Jan/Feb of 1969.
I left the Randolph in February, orders were cut for a lot of us to report to the USS Yorktown CVS-10 in Norfolk.
Randolph was a good ship, made some great friends, had some good Liberty.
I only stayed on the Yorktown till November 1969, then my enlistment ended!
|Message||aviation supply wss my station, 61 to 62 .jerry ney , earnie black just to name a couple of good friends happy new year.|
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|Message||I served aboard the Randolph from 5/62 until 2/66 I was in V-2 DIVISION. lOTS OF GREAT MEMORIES.|
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