The United States Navy Radioman Association Guestbook
|Message||Radioman from 1959 to Dec 1967. Stationed on Kwajalein, USS Gunston Hall LSD5, ComFairWing 14, USS Hamner DD718, USS St Paul CA73. Went to RM"B" School, and KLB47 Repair School.|
Please contact me if you remember me.
Bob (Bruno) Brunelle
|Message||Joined the Navy in 1974 with bootcamp in Orlando Oct-Dec 1974. Radioman A school in San Diego Jan-May 1975. Duty station at NAVCAMS LANT May 1975-Feb. 1977. Thoroughly enjoyed my tour of duty and would enjoy to hear from anyone else serving at this location during this time period. Attended and graduated college after Navy graduating from Northeast Louisiana University in 1981 and worked career in Information Security thru current.|
|Message||Joined Reserves 1959, reported for Active Duty as SNRM USS Hollister, DD-788, Aug 1961 to Jul 1962, did WestPac Jun 62 to Dec 62. Back to reserve duty and college Aug 63 as RM2, discharged 1965. Happy times, loved being an RM.|
BTW, radioman.org domain is apparently listed as abandoned, available for purchase.
|Message||Joined the Navy Feb 7,1961, boot camp San Diego. No A school for me, assigned to the deck force standing wheel & lookout watches. Aboard USS Stark County LST-1134. I was asked to volunteered for an opening in the radio shack. I accepted and immediately started learning code. I practiced for hours copying fleet broadcasts. Finally acheiving 20-30 wpm. I made 3rd class first attempt and was transferred to USS Tombigbee AOG-11. I made 2nd class on schedule, and remained on board until being discharged in Feb 65.|
I still find myself taping code against the arm of chairs and table tops.
|Message||retired from army as major in 2004, but served in the navy from on USS leftwich from Jan 1980 to Nov 1981 and station at navcamsmed from DEC 1977 to Jan 1980 as radioman.|
Interested in contacting any old shipmates
|Message||RMA SCHOOL BAINEBRIDGE, MD. 11-64 TO 5-65, THEN TO CR DIV. USS SARATOGA CVA60. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I COULD OBTAIN A COPY OF MY CLASS PICTURE?IF SO LET ME KNOW.|
|Message||Joined the Navy in 1963,went to Radio "A" school in Norfolk, then was assigned to the USS Leahy(DLG16). Made 2 med cruises and a 4 month good will cruise to South America, geat ship and shipmates. RMC Rock was a great chief. Stayed on the Leahy until they decommissioned her in Phila 1967. Was then assigned to USS Charles F. Adams (DDG2) for shakedown cruise in Gitmo Bay, that did it for me got discharged (RM2) in 1967, really should of made the Navy a career.|
|Message||Radioman School 1973, then to CNO in DC. Now in St. Charles Missouri|
|Message||Went to A school in San Diego Ca in 1977 and from there to NAS Whiteing Field in Fla. Served aboard the USNS AEOLUS T-ARC-3 for 18 months and on to Gitmo for the remander of my time in the Navy.|
|Message||Went to A school in 1977 and from there to NAS Whiteing Field in Fla. Served aboard the USNS AEOLUS T-ARC-3 for 18 months and on to Gitmo for the remander of my time in the Navy.|