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Message 4061 - Al Wiemann |
Brought back some nice memories
When were you at USNTC?: 1964
What was your unit / rank?: Class 15-64 RMSN
Are you a member?: No
4 September 2006 - Northampton, PA

Message 4062 - AL FOSTER |
HELLO
When were you at USNTC?: 1946
What was your unit / rank?: PHM3/C
Are you a member?: NO
4 September 2006 - OK

Message 4063 - Harold Silver |
Great site for a great duty station. Attended RMA school from 11/64-6/65
When were you at USNTC?: 11/64-6/65 RM A School
What was your unit / rank?: RMSN
Are you a member?: no
3 September 2006 - West Chester, Pa.

Message 4064 - Jimmie Shaul |
Attended Radio school in the fall of 1963 and left in spring of 1964, my mother passed away while I was in rm school so I spent an extra six weeks there befour joining the fleet. I left the navy in 1967 an RM2.remember the em club,theater, and bowling alley a lot of fond and some sad memmories, for most of us, the starting place for growing up.
When were you at USNTC?: 1963-1964
What was your unit / rank?: sa
Are you a member?: no
2 September 2006

Message 4065 - Vic Godfrey |
Bainbridge started me off on a governmrnt career of over 36 years.
When were you at USNTC?: 1954/1955
What was your unit / rank?: Company 370, Seaman Recruit/Apprentice
Are you a member?: No
1 September 2006 - Little Egg Harbor, NJ

Message 4066 - Mark Peterson |
Attended 20-week CT-R school, then sent to Hawaii. Only fond memories remain
When were you at USNTC?: September 1966-April 1967
What was your unit / rank?: Naval Security Group/SN
Are you a member?: no
31 August 2006 - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Message 4067 - William R. Culver |
Just checking for buddies from my bootcamp days. 50 years coming up in October since my first day of bootcamp! So many years, so many changes in this world. 1956 was a good time to be 17yrs. old beginning a Navy career. I retired in 1992 with 32 years Government Service.
When were you at USNTC?: October 1956 to December 1957
What was your unit / rank?: Company 160 SR,AR,AA
Are you a member?: no
31 August 2006 - Living in my hometown, Princess Anne, MD

Message 4068 - Allan Blankenship |
I was at the USNTC in early 1967 for radioman school. Left in May 1967 for Guam.
When were you at USNTC?: Jan. 1967 to May 1967
What was your unit / rank?: Radioman class/Seaman
Are you a member?: No
31 August 2006 - Grand Ledge, Mich

Message 4069 - Francis Stanwood |
great time, hello to all the guys in co 98
When were you at USNTC?: fall of 1955
What was your unit / rank?: Seaman Recruit
Are you a member?: no
31 August 2006 - Newburyport Mass

Message 4070 - BOB ZAJACK |
INSTRUCTOR AT RM A FROM 1963 TO 1966. HOPE THAT ALL OF MY STUDENTS ENJOYED THE RM RATE AS MUCH AS I DID. BOB ZAJACK RMCM USN RET.
When were you at USNTC?: 1963-1966
What was your unit / rank?: RMCM
Are you a member?: NO
31 August 2006 - CHESAPEAKE., VA

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