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Message 3891 - Donald Myers |
I was in Bainbridge for boot camp July 1955 to October 1955, then to Fire control school until June 1956. I have a Thanksgiving menu for November 1955 and would like to share it, anybody intersested?
When were you at USNTC?: 1955 t0 1956
What was your unit / rank?: company 317? I think and Fire Control school / FTC2-c
14 May 2006 - Brea, California (Los Angeles area)

Message 3892 - CHARLES LEE TOMPKINS |
RETIRED 30 JUN 77 AS YNCM(SS); SERVED ON PERSONAL STAFFS OF 3 CNO'S (MOORER/ZUMWALT/HOLLOWAY); NOW WITH MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND SINCE JAN 78, SAILING AS CHIEF PURSER.
When were you at USNTC?: NOV 54-FEB 55/APR 56-JUL 56/JAN 68-FEB 68
What was your unit / rank?: RTC; YNA; YNB / SR; SA; SN; YNSN; YN1(SS)
12 May 2006 - USNS MOUNT BAKER (T-AE 34)

Message 3893 - George Reese |
Was at PAMI for MA school, 9/65-12/65, then Keflavik Iceland, back to PAMI 03/67-06/69. Still stay in touch with DP1 Digennaro, DPC Harp, DP2 Bill Mcgee, Billy Edd Bruce.
When were you at USNTC?: yes
What was your unit / rank?: PAMI CONUS / DP2
10 May 2006 - Columbia SC

Message 3894 - Charlie Jordan |
Looking for Frank Snodgrass graduate RMA school 03/56-10/56
When were you at USNTC?: 01/56 to 10/56
What was your unit / rank?: Boot Camp and RM A School / RMSA
8 May 2006 - Port St Lucie Florida

Message 3895 - RMC Bob Kiehlmeier |
Any one remember RM1 Carrol? How about the "DRY" days at the Fiddlers Green when the breweries were on strike in the summer of '69?
When were you at USNTC?: July '69 to November '69
What was your unit / rank?: RM A School Class 69-32 / RMSN
7 May 2006 - Wilmington, NC

Message 3896 - NANCY (HOLMES) COLEMAN |
WOULD LOVE TO VISIT MY OLE STOMPING GROUNDS AFTER ALL THIS TIME.
When were you at USNTC?: JAN/62 - MARCH/62
What was your unit / rank?: CO. 1 / SR
6 May 2006 - TOLEDO, OHIO

Message 3897 - John P Murphree |
I enjoyed my several months at Bainbridge in the summer of 1946 working in the separation center shortly after WW II
When were you at USNTC?: May - Aug. 1046 (Separation Center)
What was your unit / rank?: USNR / Seaman 1st Class
5 May 2006 - Nashville, Tennessee

Message 3898 - David Chuber |
RM "A" School 1973-It's a shame that people from our era have such little feeling for anything, but from the ship to my college that I attended after getting out of the Navy, that's the way it is. The base was just a shell of its former self by the time we got there, but it was still a great place and you could feel the magic that was once there. I do a lot of music and I have a huge colletction from that era including virtually the entire juke box at the Fiddler's Green.
When were you at USNTC?: June-Nov 1973
What was your unit / rank?: 7348, 7401 and 7404 / RMSA
3 May 2006 - Houston, Texas

Message 3899 - Steve Long |
Glad you're getting rid of the spam.
When were you at USNTC?: September-November 1954
What was your unit / rank?: Company 270, RTC / SA
3 May 2006 - Massachusetts

Message 3900 - Bill Culver |
Just checking how to get into this new system.
When were you at USNTC?: 1956
What was your unit / rank?: Co.160 / SR,SA
3 May 2006 - Princess Anne, MD

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