The United States Navy Radioman Association Guestbook
|Message||Nov. 1972 RM "A" Bainbridge; 1972 - 1976 NAVCOMMSTA STOCKTON email me: [email protected] and [email protected]|
|Message||RM "A" SCHOOL, BAINBRIDGE, GRADUATING NOVEMBER 1972; NOVEMBER 72 - APRIL 1976 NAVCOMMSTA STOCKTON CA RM2. ACTIVITIES INCLUDED: FLEET CENTER, TECH CONTROL, SELF HELP CONST., NAVY SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR, BIBLE CLASS, PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB, FLYING CLUB, AND BASE HOBBY SHOP - VINTAGE JEEPS. I'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.|
|Message||RMCS(SW)ret, 1973-1994, NTCC Bainbridge, NCS Keflavick, FWC Keflavick, NavFac Bermuda, USS VOGE (FF-1047), NCS Jacksonville, NTCC Mayport Fl, USS GALLERY (FFG-26), VP-30, USS FRANK CABLE (AS-40).|
|Message||Went to Bainbridge in 1962. Submarine recruiter visited the school just before graduation and I was hooked. Served on the USS Entemedor (SS-340) out of State Pier, New London til 1966. Great experience! Memories are what matter as we all get a little older. Can't take them away. Still remember CW. Don't you love it? God Bless|
|Message||Radioman class A school class 84272, graduated 7-20-84 NTC, San Diego, California. I was stationed at Naval Ocean Processing Facility (NOPF) at Dam Neck, Virginia Beach. As a RM3 was assigned with ships company on the Flag Ship of Commander 2nd Fleet, USS Mount Whitney (LCC20) at Norfolk, Virginia. Serving under Commanding Officers Lubbs and Turner, 1986 - 1988.|
|Message||Stationed at NAF Naples, Italy January 1964 - December 1967...Would like Mike Royse to e-mail me. I sent you an e-mail today but it was rejected. I can also be reached at 770 476-1482.|
|Message||Joined the Navy on my 17th birthday. Boot Camp in San Diego Jan-Mar 1959. Then 9 months with Boat Unit One, Coronado, CA. Attended Radioman "A" School in San Diego, Class 17A-60. Myself and one other got orders to Submarine School, New London. RMSN, then RM3 on USS Argonaut(SS-475)in Norfolk. Served on USS Patrick Henry (SSBN-599 for 22 months before finishing my 4+ years in 1963 as RM2(SS). Looking for Radio school classmates: Frank Bastian, Charles Mottern, Marshall Morgan, Cass Borst, Pete Peck,Bruce Jacobson.|
|Message||Went to RM"A" school Bainbridge, MD 1961-1962.|
NAVCOMMSTA KEFLAVIK April 1962 - April 1963.
Worked on Air to Ground and Ship to Shore circits.
NAF NAPLES ITALY JUNE 1963 - AUGUST 1965.
Made RM3 in May 1963 and RM2 IN May 1965.
Released from active duty August 1965.
Reenlisted for 2 years in September 1968 as RM2.
Went to NAVFAC Midway Island in October 1968 and stayed there with my wife and son until September 1970. Did not stay for 20, although I should have.
Loved being a Radioman. Only sea time I had was 2 weeks aboard the USS Talahatchie County AVB-2.
My ears still perk up when ever I hear the code on TV.
My email address is [email protected] if anyone wants to contact me.
|Message||RM convertee PN2 to RM2 1964|
USS Chilton APA 38 1964-1966
RM B School 1966-1967
USS Proteus AS 19 1967-1969
NAS Jacksonville FLA 1969-1971
COMTECH School 1971
NAVRADSTA Thurso Scotland 1971-1973
USS Mount Whitney 1973-1974
NAVCRUTDIST Raleigh NC 1974-1978
USS Trippe FF 1075 1978-1979
Retired RMC 6-14-1979
|Message||I was in from 1967 thru 1971.|
NTC Great Lakes
RM A at Bainbridge, MD
Code school at Norfolk
USS Sutter County LST-1150
We spent most of our time transporting bombs
from Subic to Cua Viet and up the rivers working
for the riverine force and listening to concussion
grenades all nite long.
USS Tolovana AO-64
We spent most of our time off the coast of Viet
Nam fueling ships.
It was great though, I always enjoy thinking and
hearing about my time over there.