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Message 171 - Peter W Wingard |
attended boot camp-Nov,'55/Jan,'56. Thanks for keeping the flame alive.
When were you at USNTC?: Nov.'55/Jan'56
What was your unit / rank?: Co 061,4th reg. AR
Are you a member?: Not sure-I was earlier
16 November 2016 - 570 Cypress Ave, Orange City,fl

Message 172 - phil sullivan |
was at bainbridge June 55 to sept 55 company 262 4th regiment facebook pg phil sullivan
When were you at USNTC?: 6/55 9/55
What was your unit / rank?: Co 262 4th reg
Are you a member?: no
12 November 2016 - long island ny

Message 173 - Julia A. Landry |
was at Bainbrige for boot, school and duty. Ret. with 29 yrs.
When were you at USNTC?: July 63 to Aug 66
What was your unit / rank?: Co 19 DPCM(SW/AW)
Are you a member?: Not sure
11 November 2016 - Biloxi, MS

Message 174 - Laeer W Bryant |
I attended boot camp there in Aug - Nov 1956 Company 88 2nd Regiment 21st batt next 3 1/2 years aboard USS Tarawa (CVS 40) at Quonset point RI
When were you at USNTC?: Aug-Nov 1956
What was your unit / rank?: 2nd platoon 4th squad/SR
Are you a member?: No
5 November 2016 - Gas City, IN

Message 175 - george D sieg JR |
I attended boot camp and radio school here
When were you at USNTC?: 1952 and 1953
What was your unit / rank?: rmsn
Are you a member?: no
5 November 2016 - nc

Message 176 - Nancy Ann Guignet |
Looking for the group photo (WAVES) for Company #2 - Also article that was written about our company in Redbook magazine about us while there
When were you at USNTC?: Dec 1951 to Mar 1952
What was your unit / rank?: Co. #2 - SA; Also DA at Dental School
Are you a member?: No
5 November 2016 - Yadkinville, NC

Message 177 - Nancy Ann Guignet |
Was in the 2nd company to attend Bainbridge (Dec 1951-Mar 1952) and would like to see our group photo. Also our company was written up in the Redbook magazine during that time period. Is there a record of that?
When were you at USNTC?: Dec 1951 to March 1952
What was your unit / rank?: #2 SR
Are you a member?: Yes
5 November 2016 - Yadkinville, NC 27055

Message 178 - Nancy Holmes-Coleman |
I was in Company 1 of 1962 as recruit - Shirley Munn of message 135 - please contact me - Chief Paladin was our CC
When were you at USNTC?: 1962 - Jan to March
What was your unit / rank?: Recruit
Are you a member?: No
3 November 2016 - Toledo, Ohio

Message 179 - Nick Pope |
My dad Everett Bryan Pope, went to boot camp and gunners mate school there WWII. My brother Paul M Pope attended Radioman School 1960. Both from Chattanooga.
Are you a member?: no
2 November 2016

Message 180 - Mike Calhoun |
My dad was a company commander and I lived in the on base apartments. i remember some but I was young. Remember drinking "beer" with Dad at the Chiefs Club. Dad was BM Chief Everette Calhoun. Very salty
When were you at USNTC?: Can't remember
What was your unit / rank?: Service Brat
Are you a member?: No
27 October 2016 - Live in Cecil County

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