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Message 101 - Tom Fuller |
Any classmates outd there
When were you at USNTC?: April 71
What was your unit / rank?: RMA school. RMSN
Are you a member?: No
14 February 2018 - Augusta Ga

Message 102 - Tom Sheehan |
Hey Mike Call.Where did you go for radioman training?.Imperial Beach, California?
12 February 2018

Message 103 - Mike Call |
does anyone have a class picture from radioman class A school, that graduated Sept 1957?
When were you at USNTC?: 1957
What was your unit / rank?: SN
Are you a member?: not yet
12 February 2018 - Meadville, Pa

Message 104 - Karen Russell |
I was born 50 years ago today at the U.S. Naval Training Center while my father William T Russell “aced” his physics exam. As the story goes my mother Hass Russell in labor sent him off without saying a word, drove herself to the hospital and then stood waiting patiently in line. When she was called on and explained that she was having a baby another woman in line wrapped her in the stomach saying “you don’t even look pregnant” at which point she doubled over and was rushed to the back. I was born a short time later 8’6”. In the nursery with two smaller boys I was dubbed “bull moose” by the corpsman much to my mother dismay she still can’t fathom how anyone could call her “precious baby girl” a bull moose.
When were you at USNTC?: 1968
What was your unit / rank?: Navy Brat
Are you a member?: Not Yet
7 February 2018 - Leonardtown Maryland

Message 105 - Bruce Kinne |
Looking for photos from 9/1966 - 4/1967 lived in BKs 865 opposite abandon Hospital complex
When were you at USNTC?: Nuc School
What was your unit / rank?: 1966-4
Are you a member?: no
2 February 2018 - Goodyear AZ

Message 106 - Obie Grindstaff |
When were you at USNTC?: July1953 thru October 1853
What was your unit / rank?: Recruit boot camp
Are you a member?: no
30 January 2018 - HOUSTON, TEXAS

Message 107 - Mike Call |
does anybody have a graduation picture of RMA School class that graduated in Sept 1957? REWARD
When were you at USNTC?: yes
What was your unit / rank?: airman, discharged San Diego RM3
Are you a member?: NO
29 January 2018 - Meadville,, Pa

Message 108 - Kay Collins Stewart |
After 60 years I found my navy wave friend Lynn Richter. We have gotten together two times. She lived 6 hours from me. We missed a lot of years as friends. See, it pays to leave a message on line and on this site. Thanks to her son for finding me here.
When were you at USNTC?: 1956-1957
What was your unit / rank?: RM School
Are you a member?: no
13 January 2018 - Sharon ,PA

Message 109 - jamesolive |
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9 January 2018

Message 110 - JOSEPH GUARNERI |
When were you at USNTC?: 11/53 9/57
What was your unit / rank?: HM3
Are you a member?: NO
1 January 2018 - DISCHARGED 8/57 NOW RETIRED

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