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Message 1621 - Marcia Martin Weeks |
I attended boot camp at Baimbridge August 27th to Oct 25th 1958 Company 24. From there I attended aviation prep school in Jacksonville, FL, then Photo School in Pensacola, Florida. The remainder of my three year enlistment I spent in San Diego, California.
When were you at USNTC?: 8/27/1958 - 10/25/1958
What was your unit / rank?: seaman recruit
Are you a member?: no
1 April 2009 - I live in Iowa in my home town.

Message 1622 - William R. Culver |
Thanks to JD from Port Deposit, for his msg concerning the old NTC. I was one of those in the old photo of marching on the grinders etc. in 1956. I've seen many inquires into what's happended to Bainbridge and this should answer their questions. Thanks, again.
When were you at USNTC?: Oct. 56-Dec 56
What was your unit / rank?: SR, SA
Are you a member?: Yes
1 April 2009 - Princess Anne, MD

Message 1623 - tony duhamel |
Aug, 1951, Company 248. Left Nov 1951 for Florida and finished up 4 years in USN. Phew. Out in Aug, 55 as AE2
When were you at USNTC?: No clue
What was your unit / rank?: SR
Are you a member?: no
1 April 2009 - Sayville, NY

Message 1624 - JD
Bainbridge is now a ghost town with only a couple bldg standing. It was open up to bowhunting and I got a couple deer last winter. It amazes me to see the old photos of what this place was. Its now all overgrown, but when I sit in the woods I can just image all the sailors on the parade deck marching. I hope I can hunt there again next year.
When were you at USNTC?: 2008-2009 Bowhunting
What was your unit / rank?: N/A
Are you a member?: NO
1 April 2009 - Port Deposit

Message 1625 - Fred Hitchcock |
looking for David Jacalone and Phillip Sciganolfi
When were you at USNTC?: 1956
What was your unit / rank?: Seaman Apprentice
Are you a member?: no
1 April 2009 - Gordon, Ga.

Message 1626 - George R. Morley |
I was the Public Works Military division officer
When were you at USNTC?: 1964-1965-1966
What was your unit / rank?: Public Works UTCM
Are you a member?: No
1 April 2009 - retired 88 Parker Ranch Dr.Henderson NV

Message 1627 - Kathleen Miglionico Julian |
This is for my father a WWII vet.Deceased in 2002. I never knew this site was here. He was a true hero.Thank you all for our freedom.GM3/c Charles James Miglionico
When were you at USNTC?: Nov 24,1942-Jan 10,1946
What was your unit / rank?: GM3/C CO 54 Barrick 217 boots
Are you a member?: no
31 March 2009 - Michigan

Message 1628 - Ray Sheridan |
"Shipmates are Forever"
When were you at USNTC?: 1966
What was your unit / rank?: SA
Are you a member?: Yes
31 March 2009 - Arlington Texas

Message 1629 - John V. Bennett |
Station at bainbridge from 1945-1946
When were you at USNTC?: 11/1945 to 9/1946
What was your unit / rank?: fftu seaman 2
Are you a member?: no
31 March 2009 - Daytona Beach,fl 32114

Message 1630 - GERALD TRUDEAU
To : Mrs Iona Ham Ortiz you were not dreaming, you can now enjoy life!
When were you at USNTC?: 1962
What was your unit / rank?: seaman
Are you a member?: No
30 March 2009

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