The United States Navy Radioman Association Guestbook
|Message||Was an RM for 10 yrs from 1970-1980 -- RM'A' school in Bainbridge (1970); NavRadSta Sugar Grove, W,Va (70-71); Com Fair Keflavik (71-73); NRD Pittsburgh (74-77); RM'C'7 school (Jan 77- Apr 77?); NAS (AAWC) Gitmo (77-80). Crossed to CT'O' for another 14 yrs and retired in 93.|
Anyone know whereabouts of RM1 JIM McNEILL who was on USS Peterson fm 77-80 or thereabouts? He was from Pittsburgh and may have returned to that area. Don't know if he stayed in long enough to retire or ever made CPO...
|Message||RMSN at NAVCOMMSTA ICELAND Nov 62 - Nov 63|
USS Tringa ASR-16
USCGR 1974 - 1995 Made RMC.
Retired from USCGR 1995
Would like to hear from anyone from the past.
E-Mail [email protected]
|Message||USN Basic Trainning Great Lakes Jan 1962 |
Radioman A school Bainbridge Md Apr 62- Nov 62
NAVCOMMSTA ICELAND Nov 16, Made RM3 1962- Nov 16 1962
USS Tringa ASR-16 Made RM2 Dec 21 1963- Apr 26 1966
USCGR Nov 16 1974, Retired RMC from USCGR 1995.
Would love to hear from any old shipmates. I loved
being a Navy RM. Still copy some CW. Retired from Naval Weapons Station Charleston Electronic Tech.
GS-11. Jan 3 1996. Still don't understand how anyone can like Sunny Kef, and the Mo-Jacks from there. PH NO 843 563 4213. INT QSA. K
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R 010101Z JAN 1978
FM NAVCOMMSTA YOKOSUKA JA
TO NAVTELSYSIC CHELTENHAM MD
Ha! Remember this stuff?
...I was kinda a young knucklehead back then but, eventually, I grew up and I guess you could say I got serious. Suppose we've all been there to some degree. Anyway, got out and started testing AUTODIN terminals (RIXT, SRT, MDT, etc.) and installing them at all the COMMSTA's around the world, and a few ships too. Missing all of my NAVCOMMSTA Yokosuka JA friends from 77-79, and so many of the RMs I met traveling around. Would love to hear how you're doing. I hope you're doing well. God bless you all.
|Message||RM2(SW) USN, 1984 to 1988. I was stationed onboard Commander, Middle East Force ('85 - '86)as a Stinger Missle Gunner and struck RM and made RM3 in '86. After CMEF I shipped off to RM "A" School (Class 860322) at SSC San Diego. I was stationed onboard the USS Iwo Jima (LPH-2)in CR Division, made RM2, and worked in Technical Control during MARG 1-88. After active duty I worked at Naval Air Station South Weymouth MA as a civilian "GS" Tape Ape and then promoted to Comsec Custodian until the base ZKJ from BRACC 3.|
|Message||Typed wrong email address on original message.|
correct address is [email protected] Anyone who has been to NCS Keflavik, NAF Naples or NAVFAC Midway Island please contact me.
|Message||Just surfed this site. Served active duty Mar 66 to Feb 86. Duty stations were|
Navresunit 11-50 (L)
USS HYADES AF-28, USS NOXUBEE AOG-56, NSD Subic Bay, RP, NTCC NAS Miramar, CA, NTCC Subic Bay, RP, NTCC NAS Lemoore, CA, USS TRUXTUN CGN-35, USS ST. lOUIS LKA-116, Naval Education Training and Support Center, San Diego, CA. Retired in Feb 86
NEC's 2318. 2304, 2308
Schools: RM C-7 (B school) Comsystech both in San Dirgo. I was a two year reserve who stayed for 20 years, was an active Ham radio op when I enlisted (K7TJX) Held KH6GMZ, XV5EA, DUZEA and W6PKW Still active as K7JX here in Tacoma, Wa. would like to hear from other viet nam era RM's 73 for now
|Message||RM "A" School, Bainbridge (1967)|
USS Point Defiance, LSD-31 (1967 - 1970) (RM2)
This was one job that I actually enjoyed! Loved the "CW" too! I carried the interest over into my civilian life by becoming a licensed "ham" operator....still at it today and having fun! It was a great experience for me being an RM.
|Message||RM2-Plank Owner USS Yellowstone (AD-41). US Navy 1979-83. Fantastic profession & great people. Still in the Telecommunications business with the federal government. Go Navy!|
|Message||Served on the USS Noa 61 - 65|