The United States Navy Radioman Association Guestbook
|Message||Served aboard USS Ranger CVA-61 1976-79.|
Civilian live has been great to me, working for Xerox since 1979.
|Message||Went to RMn "A" school in 56, graduated in 57. |
Stayed in till the end and retired an RMCS
|Message||Just to let you know that my great friend Bob LePage, a former CWO in the USN who flew as an aircrew Radio Operator died in London on 11-17-08 He saw action on the Pacific in WWII as an Air gunnerf/Radio Op. His last posting was as Radio Operator on the CinC Med Fleet aircraft flying out of Naples Left the USN in about 1966. Just for your info.|
|Message||Just a note to let you know Harold (Hal) Codsy is suffering with lung issues in Jacksonville. I am sure he would be happy to hear from you. His home phone number is 904-269-1348. His wife Linda will be happy to pass along your msg.|
|Message||Hello, Many nice changes since my last visit. Was class of 2-60 in class of 84 at "A" School in Bainbridge Maryland, a short bus ride from Philly(Schuylkill). |
Surfing to locate call signs of USS Pocono and Uss Taconic, two of my ships. Found them a while back, but unable to do so this time. Other ships were Boxer, Cambria, Chilton, Mt Mac, Monrovia, and Francis Marion. Ironically, found two "N" signs for Swamp Fox, NADE and NPWD, but believe the former is correct. 3 Meds, 2 Caribs, and Cuban Blockade were my tours (59-63).
Many fond memories and many great events took place during those years. Smooth Sailing [email protected] QRQ
Private Message added 2008-11-08
|Message||Serving from 2000-PRES, commands include; USS Howard(DDG 83),USNS Coronado (AGF-T 11), COMUSNAVCENT Bahrain,currently at NRD Los Angeles. Doing my part for the US Navy. I would like to hear past stories of my rate. I think of my self as an RM at heart due to all my training given by my now Retired Chiefs. Hope to hear from some of you.|
|Message||I was an RM for 20 years, USN, bubble head type, served on three boomers, SSBN616, SSBN632, SSBN617.|
I don't think Radioman exist anymore, these days I think we're called IT's.
Geese, never thought I would be an IT
NAVFLTSTA Chinhae, Korea
and USS Nimitz (CVN-68)
|Message||Served aboard USS Oklahoma City CLG-5 from 1964 to Feb 1966. Served in Radio 1 and Transmitters.|