USS Saratoga Decklog.

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Decklog by Tom Loomis on Wednesday, November 08, 2006 at 21:53 Shipmate from 1981 to 1983. Worked in 3MMR and the BR Shop while in Philly and then in Jax. Worked with one of the best boiler repairmen I ever knew, BTCS Willie Goodyear.
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Decklog by John W Kneese on Monday, November 06, 2006 at 22:12 My father was on the Saratoga CV 3. He died in 1990. His name was
Elemer C Kneese Chief Gunners Mate
I have a picture of the CV 3 in Pearl in 1942 in front of Diamond Head
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Decklog by Corey C. Jordan on Monday, November 06, 2006 at 18:19 I served aboard Saratoga from July 1977 through early July 1979. I volunteered to go to Sara on DIFCREW orders. I spent my two years aboard flying the ship's C-1A (COD) as an Aircrewman. I have kept in contact with Gene Whiting over the years and would like very much to round up the rest of the guys who kept old COD-60 flying. I currently live on Long Island and work as a Design/Project Engineer for a high-tech military sub-contractor. I design the miniature devices that make much of our ordnance go bang...
Old friends can contact me at c.c.jordan at att.net (replace "at" with @)
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Decklog by Marissa on Monday, November 06, 2006 at 01:33 Dear Sara Crew and Officers,
I am looking for my father name JOHN MILLER which serve on these ship. If anyone knew him or someone on that name and been to SUBIC BAY, Philippines in year 68 and 69, please email me. I have been looking for him since i was a kid, and i hope and dream to reunite with him this christmas'....God Bless you all!
e-mail me at m_navidad2000@yahoo.com
Thank you and more power!
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Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Friday, November 03, 2006 at 22:21 I was on the great ship Sara from 1969 to 1973 in "B" Division, Oil Shack. Looking for anyone who knew me to go over old times. Lets hear from you.DOC4183@AOL.com
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Decklog by (Vick ) Greg Vickers on Friday, November 03, 2006 at 13:55 I did 4 tours on super Sara I was with VFA 81 AME. I also did the final cruise.Hello Shipmates...
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Decklog by Charles Wright Wells on Friday, November 03, 2006 at 06:17 Would like to add my Father to the taps section. Charles Wright Wells died 8-30-o6. Thank You, John Wells
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Decklog by John E. Cross Sr. on Thursday, November 02, 2006 at 16:16 I served onboard the SARATOGA during most of the 1980's due to completing two seprate tours as a member of W-Division. If we knew each other during that time frame, I can be contacted at johnecrosssr@yahoo.com.
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Decklog by Wallace Earley on Wednesday, November 01, 2006 at 21:01 Hello shipmates,just visting the log again.Served on board 1986 to 1989 in Mayport and Our time in Portsmouth.Was in personnel and later in deck dept.Had alot of good times with Sara;even in portsmouth.And life has a funny way bringing you full circle.My present job as a construction project manager has brought me back to Hampton Roads.Doing a project in Virginia Beach and this whole area has reminded me of Sara and friends i once knew.If anyone out there remembers me and cares to;drop me a line at charlotteboy13@yahoo.com would really like to hear from you guys.Take Care.Wally aka Squirrel
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Decklog by dannie reeves MS3 on Wednesday, November 01, 2006 at 13:02 Ineed a copy of the cruise book 74-75
Iwas in VA-37
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Decklog by john walpole on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 at 20:13 hello james p Bird wellcome its been over thirity five years scince i flu off the deck of the saratoga,and that long scince ive seen any of the old crew.do you rember david orr? or james allen? havent heard from them yet. if you have time drop a line to me be glad to hear from you. jwalpole@optonline.net fair seas and good winds till then
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Decklog by Sean Spinney on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 at 19:26 My grandfather William O'Brien served on the saratoga during world war 2. He was the anti aircraft station officer. He fought many battles, some include Guadul Canal and Iwo Jima If anyone remembershim please email me at seanspinney@optonline.net
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Decklog by Robert Martin on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 at 16:14 Ship's company 74-78,OV-Div.TV-studio.Does anyone remember the void? looking for Dave Schindler,John Van Thomme. We did 76 and 77 med-cruises.Call me (937)-375-3406.I'm still in Ohio.
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Decklog by John Searcy on Sunday, October 29, 2006 at 14:27 V-2 Division from the summer of 1963 to the summer of 1966. 3 Med cruises and one World Fair NYC. I was an ABE-2 in V-2 Division working on Catapult #1, I was the guy who pushed the button that launched the planes and then ducked. I never splashed one. Then I became the Division Educational Petty Officer.
johnsearcy@gmail.com
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Decklog by Roger Stevens on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 11:29 Just checking in. Was aboard from 1977-1980 BM/LI
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Decklog by robert mincey on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 01:44 served with VA-37 bulls,april 79 to december 81 would like to hear from any of my squadron mates. email is ram61_1@yahoo.com. my phone is 706-978-9204 especially some of the guys from line shack ,also worked in airframes.give me a shout. am living back in northwest georgia but i do travel in my work so maybe we can get together to rehash some of the great times onboard sara.
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Decklog by Ralph F. Cobb on Friday, October 27, 2006 at 10:44 Served on USS Saratoga Aug.74-Feb.75 RVAH- 11 Recon Squardon. I need the dates or months we lost two planes,one from my squardom and one A6 that crashed after launch.rfcobb@winstream.net Thank You.
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Decklog by Dan Gonzales on Thursday, October 26, 2006 at 23:49 I Served on board from 74-77:I was assigned to A-Div Steam Heat shop and then the Boat shop,had some good times back then, looking for old pals from that time
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Decklog by Ed McCready on Thursday, October 26, 2006 at 19:07 Greetings Shipmates! The reunion in DC was great. It’s amazing to see so many kindred spirits, each with a unique history, but all sharing a common brotherhood. The Saratoga Association covers a “boatload” of history. The reunion committee put together an experience that will be long-remembered – thank you.
I took a bunch of pictures at the reunion and have them posted at the Kodak Image Gallery. If you have any interest in viewing them, please send me an email and I’ll forward the link to you.
emc0853@yahoo.com
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Decklog by Don Malnar on Thursday, October 26, 2006 at 11:35 I SERVED ONBOARD SARA FROM 84 TILL 89, I RAN FIRST DIISION AS WELL AS A TOUR ON THE MESS DECKS AS NIGHT LPO WAS LOOKING FOR ANYONE IN DECK DEPT THEN, EMAIL ADRESS IS BEACHBUG58@yahoo.com, ANYONE KNOW BM1 JAMES DIMMATTIA WELL AHOY AND GOOD LUCK TO ALL BM1 MALNAR
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Decklog by Mike Roth on Wednesday, October 25, 2006 at 09:36 Hey Mike Videen I too remember the guy who ran the Bosun's new toy the "Soge San" clean Mr. into the drink he was Gerry Babb from Kentucky. A great guy who we in the crash crew called "Bad luck Babb" I havent thought of you MV but you are the only guy I ever saw trim his mustash and goatee with a fingernail clipper' stay well all shipmates.
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Decklog by ABF3 Massengill on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 at 21:35 1981-1983
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Decklog by Michael L. Videen on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 at 16:31 Served 78-82 ABH-opperated yellow gear on flight deck. watched a young sailor drive our bran-new flight deck scrubber right off the deck of our ship. (sunk in seconds)The sailor landed in the netting and was fine.
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Decklog by Larry Kemmer on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 at 13:24 served on " SARA " 66-68 was PH-3 worked in the photo lab.........Frank, Goose,Vinnie, are you still around
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