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Message 3851 - richard roberts |
just checking
When were you at USNTC?: 1946
What was your unit / rank?: company 4660 / Seaman Apprentice
16 June 2006 - San Jose, CA

Message 3852 - William R.Hower |
Should explain the S 1/c in the previous message. When boot camp was over in August 45, the war was over and I was transferred to Separation Center Ship's Co. where I stayed until I was discharged myself in August 1946, Anybody out there remember Orientation.the movie with Robert Benchley?? I was the projectionist.
When were you at USNTC?: 1945-1946
What was your unit / rank?: Boot Co. 3193 & USNPSC Bainbridge / S 1c at discharge
16 June 2006 - Glenside PA

Message 3853 - william r. hower |
looking for classmates of boot co. 3193 in 1945
When were you at USNTC?: 1945-1946
What was your unit / rank?: boot co 3193 / S1c
16 June 2006 - glenside pa

Message 3854 - Emil W. Mittendorf |
Just checking out the website
When were you at USNTC?: 1951
15 June 2006 - Rhode Island

Message 3855 - Victor W. Goodman |
I went to boot camp at Bainbridge from Oct. 1955 to Feb 1956. Went to Corps School in 1957. Retired in 1974 as Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman.
When were you at USNTC?: Oct. 1955 to Feb 1956
What was your unit / rank?: 43rd battalion, 4th Regiment, Co. 61 / SR
15 June 2006 - Portsmouth, VA 23701

Message 3856 - Herman H. Franke |
Looking for Company 144 (1956) recruits and RM class 1-58 & 3-58.
When were you at USNTC?: Oct 1956 thru Feb 1958
What was your unit / rank?: Boot Camp, Recruit Issue & RM A School / SR, SA, SN, RMSN
15 June 2006 - Wilmington, North Carolina

Message 3857 - Debbie Deems |
My father did his training back in 1952-1953 at Bainbridge. His name was Patrick T. Hanagan. My brother and I are going to visit and tour Bainbridge on June 25, 2006.
12 June 2006 - Silver Spring, MD

Message 3858 - Alvin L. Clark |
It's a shame that the Bainbridge we all remember from Boot Camp will be gone. My USS Wilkes-Barre CL-103 web site has my Boot Company photo. Google the Wilkes-Barre and HAVE A LOOK!
When were you at USNTC?: July and August 1946
What was your unit / rank?: Boot Company #4623 / Recruit
11 June 2006 - Louisville,KY

Message 3859 - Mel Prokity |
I saw where the old guestbook was corrupted by spammers, too bad. Here's what I remember of my previous posting . Boot Camp Sep-Dec 1952 RM "A" school Jan-Jul 1953 RM "B" school Jan-Sep 1962 Lived at 253A-1 Laffey Circle, Manor Heights. Initiated as RMC at CPO club Sep 1962, so I've fond memories of the 4th regiment, Service School Command and the Harve de Grace and Port Deposit areas.
When were you at USNTC?: 1952-53 and 1962
What was your unit / rank?: Boot Camp, RM A and B schools / RMSN, RM1 & RMC
10 June 2006 - Retired in Enterprise, AL

Message 3860 - frank cahill |
anyone at bainbridge, june 53 to sep 57 company 347 4th reg, company commander bbebe, gm1
When were you at USNTC?: june 53 sep 53
What was your unit / rank?: co 237 / sr
9 June 2006 - retired navy chief

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