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Thank you Clyde, and I salute you and "Thank you for your service". I sure remember a lot of great times we had on the Ogie Boat and all the Ports we visited. Lets raise another "Heineken" to the good old days. Someday I hope we can sit down and rehash the evens of yesteryear. At times, wile sitting in my favorite chair and watching the birds and wildlife, I drift back and wonder what ever happened to the old gang. What have they done, what are they doing and are they still with us?
Take care ole friend. :D :D :p


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thank you you for your service. 1961 1964 :p :p :p

Added: May 29, 2017
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Added: May 29, 2017
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I would like to see if I can get my father-in-law, Carlton C Hunter added to the list of men who served on the USS Olgethorpe. He passed away in October of 2013.

He served from July 15, 1949 t0 July of 1950. It would mean the world to his wife and daughter. Thank you and thanks to all who have served the USA!


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Came abroad June 1962,injured on leave Oct 1962.Medical discharged July 1963.

Added: March 21, 2017
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Was on board from September 67 to October 68 met the ship on the island of Crete. Had a grand time on board :D

Added: March 20, 2017
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Sorry about the previous private post - I didn't mean to do it that way.

My father, Gordon "Nick" Cameron was a Lt. JG on the Ogie Boat from 1964-1967. Unfortunately he passed away at the age of 48 in 1989 from colon cancer.

I was wondering if it was possible to add him to the deceased and/or found members on this site? I know that he would have liked to have been included.

Please let me know and thank you for maintaining this site.

Best,
Bonnie


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Added: February 28, 2017
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My Mother, Opal F. McBride, was a passenger on the Oglethorpe en route to join my father, who was a Navy surgeon on Guam. She and the other wives remember the Oglethorpe fondly as the lady who carried them safely to their husbands. Thank you all, because I was born on Guam while they both served there.

Added: February 15, 2017
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I served on board from October 1966 to September 1968. I was in engineering and was assigned to Mike boat 1. Maynard LaFlex was 1 class in charge of all of us until he went to a Tug Boat. At that time I believe the 1 class Master at Arms Smith, was in charge until de-commissioned. I remember some in our group, please excuse spelling. Wingate, Eckler, Deihl, Waugaman, D.C.Curran, Childs. Looking to find picture album with many more names. Many great memories, such as cooking hot dogs in the coffee pot, C Rations and stale cigarettes, little sleep on boat runs. Boy, how the years have slipped by. I remember Lt. JG Herder. Thanks for reading. Ed Hein

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