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Message 1 - john L walmsley |
I attended Radioman "A" School in 1960.
When were you at USNTC?: 1960
What was your unit / rank?: Seaman Recruit
Are you a member?: maybe`
21 September 2018 - MD

Message 2 - Joe Savadge |
Wonderful memories of my tour at Bainbridge. Sad to see what is left of Base. Much later in my career met a Master Chief a Radioman who had been married at the Base Chapel.
When were you at USNTC?: May 73 to Dec 74
What was your unit / rank?: PAMI CONUS. PN3
Are you a member?: No
21 September 2018 - Boiling Springs, PA

Message 3 - Rachel Krieger |
I'm looking for information on my grandfather, Walter Charles Krieger, who served at Bainbridge during WWII. I can't find any info--is there a specific place to look? Walter is deceased and my dad knows very little about his service.
Are you a member?: no
17 September 2018 - Topton, PA

Message 4 - Jay Richard McNabb |
Just checking out the site to refresh my old memory a bit. Looking on Google Earth, it brings back some memories since the buildings aren't there anymore. But you can see where they were. I still have a picture of me standing at the welcome sign. but can't remember where the EM club or my barracks were. I "think" I remember my barracks being next to the golf course and both were off to the left of the road when you come onto base. Could be totally backwards at this point. I appreciate all of the pictures and history. I went from Radio A school, to my ship, the USS Long Beach CGN-9 in VietNam from 1972-74.
When were you at USNTC?: thanksgiving day 1971
What was your unit / rank?: RMSN
Are you a member?: no
15 September 2018 - Puyallup, Washington

Message 5 - luther butler |
personnel school 1953
When were you at USNTC?: 1952-3 1954
What was your unit / rank?: pn school 1954 recruit training 1952-53
Are you a member?: yes
2 September 2018 - texas

Message 6 - Linda Hector Edelen |
Company song was "This Land is Your Land"
When were you at USNTC?: 30/ 06/67 to 15/09/67
What was your unit / rank?: WAVES recruit company 2
Are you a member?: no
30 August 2018 - Barling, AR

Message 7 - Patricia Lippincott Hunsche |
I was at Bainbridge NTC from Feb 1953 and Yeoman school, left in July 1953 for the Pentagon
When were you at USNTC?: Feb 1953
What was your unit / rank?: Yeoman 3rd
Are you a member?: No
26 August 2018 - Blair, Nebraska

Message 8 - harold marter |
at PAMI CONUS from 1959 until spring 1962
When were you at USNTC?: 1959 till 1962
What was your unit / rank?: ma e5
25 August 2018 - algonac mich

Message 9 - harold marter |
at PAMI CONUS from 1959 till spring 1962
When were you at USNTC?: 1959 till 1962
What was your unit / rank?: MA e5
25 August 2018 - algonac mich

Message 10 - Thomas Hammond ETCS(SS)Retired |
Next to last class of Nuclear Power School before moving it to Florida. Lot of memories there!
When were you at USNTC?: 1975
What was your unit / rank?: ETR3 Class 7507
Are you a member?: No
23 August 2018 - Idaho Falls, Idaho

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