|Message||Knew some of the sailors in 1966 and checking to see if any of them have written any notes.|
|Message||Al DesIlva ABH3|
I served on the Randolph CVS15 from 1959 to 1961
I was in V1 div Flight Deck first as a blue shirt, then as a yellow shirt, when i made 3rd class. Last time I posted was 2010,looking for a old shipmate. I found he passed away.I live in Arizona now. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org If any of the old gang remembers me please email.I will try to make the next reunion in 2013.That is if my health holds up.
|Website- if any||vfwpost9914highlandmi.com|
|Message||I was on board from early 1958 to mid December 1960, I was in in "B" Division #3 fire room. But today I am writing this for a shipmate I ran into April 4, 2013 at the VA Medical Center Ann Arbor MI. That ship mate is BM3 James "Jim" Hughes. Jim was on board from 1959 till the early 60's. He was a bos'n in the 1st. Division and worked in the Bos'n locker. Jim is looking for a couple of ole ship mates. 1st. Steve Stephens Fox Division|
and Gary Foultz 1st. Division "Bos'n locker, now he believes both lived in Detroit, Mi. You may contact Jim at 734 941 9154 or just "E" me at my address, email@example.com. cell 248 390 0786. Thank you
|Message||I was assigned to V3 division 8/57 to 12/60. Would like to hear from any other "plane pushers". I did aircraft handling for 1,2, and 3 elevators and crane. My emil is: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Message||I was an AK@ and a member of the pre-commissioning team that brought the Randolph out of moth balls in 1953. I was abord when we went through hurricane Carrol. That was scaey. I remember when someone caught a nine foot shark and pulled it up on the fantale. They tied a line around it and threw it back into the water. It did not take long for a great white to find it and bite it into two pieces. I was in a gun tub on the port side aft when an AJ went off the flight deck into the ocean. It nearly hit me on the head. I think there were two fatilities. Lots of other fun memories. I looked through all the notices and found no one that I recognized. I did go to the reunion in Nashville a few years ago. I knew no one when I got there but made several friends while enjoying all they offered. Highly recommend it.|
|Website- if any||http://www.aaaamerican.com|
|Message||To whom it does concern.|
Thi8s wonderful ship the second time around as it served in US Revolution also. a.d. 1776 Sailing Frigate .
My dad, Stephen Potter De Mallie, a decorated Officer in the US Navy served aboard her with extreme pride! He even had lunch on the Good Will Tour with our kin , Ian Campbell, Duke of Argyll, at his residence Inverary Castle, Argylshire and aboard the USS Randolph too.
GOD Bless all, and who ever sailed her !
|Message||Was on board 59 to 63 was a cook when I left|
|Message||Served in G-division 1965-1967|
|Message||To R. J. Connolly - Please contact at your instance, I too was on boart thr RANDOCANDO, the nite had the colision with the tanker, I would like to talk to youMy E-Mail is barton email@example.com or (352)4934193, ther,s quite afew of us still around |
your's Fred T.Barton ADR-3
|Message||Hello. And Bye.|
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