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Message 41 - William Embrey |
Found out that I was allergic to Penicillin big time. Hospital stay, met Nurse Ratched !!! (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest)
When were you at USNTC?: October 27, 1956 to January 19, 1957
What was your unit / rank?: Fireman Apprentice
Are you a member?: No
2 June 2018 - VA

Message 42 - Roger Curry |
I attend Navy Reserve Communications Technition Class A school (O Branch) from about October 1966 to about May of 1967.
When were you at USNTC?: 1966-1967
What was your unit / rank?: CTOSN
Are you a member?: no
29 May 2018 - FL

Message 43 - Jerry Petrie
Did a 3 months stent in the Mess Hall.
When were you at USNTC?: July - October 1965
25 May 2018

Message 44 - Dave Kinder |
Looking for friends
When were you at USNTC?: Feb - June 23rd 1972
20 May 2018 - Niantic CT

Message 45 - Mel Prokity RMC (ret) |
New e-mail address
When were you at USNTC?: 1952-53 & 62
What was your unit / rank?: SA, RMSN, RMC
Are you a member?: no
16 May 2018 - Lynchburg VA

Message 46 - James Ford |
Yeoman A School in 1969. First morning I served early watch -- was instructed to make coffee for the Duty Chief. I had never made coffee and the chief told me I still had never made coffee.
When were you at USNTC?: Dec 1968 - Feb 1969
What was your unit / rank?: YN3
Are you a member?: no
13 April 2018 - St. Louis, MO

Message 47 - Richard W. Torpey |
Basic may 56-Aug-56 then a mso in chas.sc. ret as a cwo had my first beer on the train dwn fm springfield ma. bks was across fm the med /den cle. garuded the back fence no ammo.the beginning of a career.
When were you at USNTC?: may-aug 1956
What was your unit / rank?: co.221 FA
Are you a member?: no
10 April 2018 - Monroe,MI.

Message 48 - Vince Carr |
July - October 1956. Co. 38, 4th Regiment, barracks 412 (lower - thanks, Larry). We had someone dubbed the "slasher" who was going to wash houses and slashing the clothes on the lines. Don't know if it was base wide.
When were you at USNTC?: July 30 to October 9. 1956
What was your unit / rank?: HSAR
Are you a member?: Yes
10 April 2018 - Valencia, PA

Message 49 - Larry W Bryant |
For me it all started on Skin Hall. This all came later: Company, Barracks, Chow runner, Uniform of the day, Grinder, A-one toop hareep four, Washhouse, Clothes stops, Diddy bag, Service week, Butt kit, Quarterdeck, Waves, Field day, Forward hut, Chaplains’ flag, Inspection, Skin Heads, Scrounge lounge, Straggle, 1st and 2nd platoons, Squads, Dress right, Present arms, Parade rest, Geedunk, Front door watch, RCPO, Sound off, Navy Exchange, Smoking lamp, Mail call, Pass in review ……….Good bye Bainbridge, Hello fleet.
When were you at USNTC?: Aug - Nov 1956
What was your unit / rank?: Co 88 2nd Reg 21st Bat Barracks 212 Upper/ SR
Are you a member?: Was at one time.
10 April 2018 - Gas City, IN

Message 50 - Gil Stafford |
.Graduated Naval RM "A" School Nov 4, 1960 .
When were you at USNTC?: April 1960 to Nov 4 1960 RM A School
What was your unit / rank?: RMSA
Are you a member?: No
4 April 2018 - Seagrove NC

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