The United States Navy Radioman Association Guestbook
|Message||Boot Camp Great Lakes Aug 1958. Class A radio School then headed for NavComFac Sidi Yahia Morrocco. Was there till 1960. Tacron 22 at Little Creek for a year or so doing TAD to a bunch of ships for amphib operations. Got out and spent the next fifty years putting out fires.|
|Message||USS Albany CG10|
USS Pharris DE1094
USS Arthur W. Radford DD968
Mine Squadron Two
USS Dewey DDG45
USS Macdonough DDG35
Any RM’s from these commands?
|Message||I was at the White Elephant in Danang Vietnam 1966 to 1968. I have lost my memory of Vietnam. If there is anyone that can fill me in on my time. Please post on I will get in touch with you/|
|Message||Guestbook test entry|
|Message||Any RM’s out there stationed at NAVCOMMSTA KODIAK in 1964?|
|Message||I am looking for anyone that graduated from |
Bainbridge A school in September 1957 , and I believe it was class 10/57? I would really
appreciate it if you could send me a copy of the graduation picture, and hear from you. Many thanks.
|Message||My father, Cecil Churchill RM3 1960-1964.|
USS ORISKANY April 61-September 63
USS CONFLICT SEPT 63-November 64
Set sail March 26, 2018. R.I.P
|Message||Does the Radioman Association still exist? My member# is 1289.|
|Message||Hello. And Bye.|
|Message||I wanted to take a moment to let all know that the world has lost a patriot...a proud Navy Radio man. |
His name was Richard Stoneburner..aka DICK.
I was his caregiver...and friend. Dick taught me the Anchors Away song and shared stories of his Navy days. He died February 21, 2018 and was 94 years old.