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On board to decommission AKA 100 1968.

Added: May 29, 2016
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For all that knew him, my brother, Roy C. Lightfoot Jr. passed away on June 26, 2010. He got out in 1968.

Added: April 20, 2016
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Wrote a book and used the last names of my shipmates as characters. It's called, "The Dragon Awakens." It's on Amazon, Barns and Noble wed sights. It is also on Kindle.
After leaving the NAVY, I still traveled all over the world Scuba Diving. I have retired as a GM/UAW Journeyman. I wrote computer programs to determine the dimensional integrity of the tooling and parts created from that tooling for GM Powertrain. I'm working on another book. :!cool:


Added: April 19, 2016
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1956 to 1962 in 1st division and supply.I hope everyone had a great Easter.

Added: March 30, 2016
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have a nice Easter to all shipmates 1961-1964

Added: March 27, 2016
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Added: March 10, 2016
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Onbord 1956 to 1959 2ad bmsn

Added: March 8, 2016
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Like to contact some 3rd dev boat dev. 1954-55 I was a bow hook on the captions gig coxin was John smith from Tennessee also Octavia palone

Added: March 1, 2016
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Hi my father was Elmer Ferguson SN part of boat group in 63-64. I have his training and med cruise book which has been given to my son. My dad died in 1995 at the age of 53 from cardiovascular, rheumatoid arthritis, blood clots, etc. I would love to hear from anyone that remembers serving with him. Thank you Kathy

Added: January 28, 2016
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My father served on this ship I believe as a boilerman. His name was John "Jack" Bernard Tavernor. Just wondered if anyone remembers him or has any information about him. Would love some stories. He passed away on 10/11/12 and we miss him dearly & the stories he told about the navy. Thanks & best wishes to all of you.

Added: January 25, 2016
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