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Message 3971 - John C Riemenschneider |
Just found the site
When were you at USNTC?: 1953
What was your unit / rank?: Company 37 / SA
29 May 2006 - Lebanon, Maine

Message 3972 - Francis J. Schuck |
Had the marvelous opportunity to attend Naval Prep School in the Summer of 1961 as the first true NESEP class. Great memories of Bainbridge, Port Deposit and the USO in Lancaster, PA.
When were you at USNTC?: Summer of 1961
What was your unit / rank?: NESEP Prep / MT3
29 May 2006 - Texas

Message 3973 - John J. McCarthy(Mac) |
Boot Camp April 1953 thru June 1953. Lou House Quartermaster 1C was my Company Commander.
When were you at USNTC?: April thru June 1953
What was your unit / rank?: Company 159 / SR
28 May 2006 - Manahawkin, NJ

Message 3974 - John J. Sciackitano |
Beaut. golf course; Fiddler's Green; Smallmouth bass and striper fishing Port Deposit Susquehanna R., beer drinking at Aberdeen Prov. Grnds., bad-boy wkends WASHDC, BALTI, PHILA. RMC Braasch "Speak again sweet lips", his rejoinder after flatulating in front of class! CREI courses sold by forgotten RMC ($300--I was making $87 month). Firstb duty AF-54 DENEBOLA NORVA, AE-24 PYRO PORT CHICAGO, CA, AE-14 FIREDRAKE. @ GITMO shakedowns; 2 MED cruises; 1 North Atlantic; Panama Canal transit; Shellback init.; 2 WESTPAC cruises. QRK5/QSA5 NERK de NBRF bt ar RYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRY
When were you at USNTC?: Jun-Dec 1957
What was your unit / rank?: RM A Class 25/57 / RMSN
27 May 2006 - Germantown, TN

Message 3975 - Richard J.Burgess |
This NTC will always be part of my memories.
When were you at USNTC?: l953
What was your unit / rank?: Company 357(not sure) / SR
27 May 2006 - Cincinnati,Ohio.

Message 3976 - Matthew R Laderwager |
trained at Bainbridge 1952 went on to serve on the New Jersey (BB-62).
When were you at USNTC?: 1952
What was your unit / rank?: Company 450 (not sure) / SN
27 May 2006 - Spring Hill , Florida

Message 3977 - Donald Spoon
Still looking for info on T.K. Foss. Did he disappear when the Center was closed, or does he still haunt the NAPS Schoolhouse?
When were you at USNTC?: NAPS - Sep 59 to Mar 60
What was your unit / rank?: Det 2, USAF Academy / E1-E2
26 May 2006 - Retired, living in TX

Message 3978 - Roger Coltey |
I wold like to hear from members of the Hosp Corps School in middle50's
When were you at USNTC?: Middle 50's
What was your unit / rank?: Hosp Corps School / HM1
26 May 2006 - Ky

Message 3979 - Donald L. Strouse |
Will there be another reunion?
When were you at USNTC?: July 1955
What was your unit / rank?: ? / Boot Recruit
25 May 2006 - Hampton VA

Message 3980 - Robert E. Blevins |
WENT TO BASIC TRAINING FROM 0CT-END OF DEC. IN 1955 THEN TO U.S.S. MERCER APB-39. LOU SACKMAN WAS COMPANY COMMANDER AND HIS 1st COMPANY.
When were you at USNTC?: OCTOBER -END OF DECEMBER 1955
What was your unit / rank?: CO320 / SEAMAN RECRUIT
22 May 2006 - RETIRED FROM FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISIONS-1987/CAMPBELLSVILLE,

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