USS Saratoga Decklog.

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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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Decklog by Joe Marzocca on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 at 12:19 Was onboard from 82-86 in the X-1 Division (Captains Office). My email is joemarz@cox.net
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Decklog by Bill Strong on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 at 06:11 was onboard 59-61 "B" division in 3mmr
great time lotsa partys.still live in ohio. e-mail is catcher41@bex.net
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Decklog by john kukta on Monday, October 23, 2006 at 22:14 Hey Guys;Just checking in.1962-64, VAH-9.BM1 Snider, 4th Div.Hung in our Paraloft. Made a few flights with us,(A3D's).Made a big impact on my career.Called me a bubble butt, got me lifting weights and by 1970 i was in BUDS training.Man , it seems so long ago, but then again like yesterday.God Bless all you Sara Sailors. Take care, John Kukta,( PR1,Retired).
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Decklog by lloyd st. louis on Monday, October 23, 2006 at 06:57 I served on the Sara in 70, 71 I was in V-1 division, sight is great anyone who remembers me hi.
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Decklog by Ray Novick on Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 22:36 Served on Sara 71-73 "W" Division 1 and 1/2 Med cruises. North Atlantic and Vietnam. Left the ship in drydock Nov.73 while in Firewatch Div. GMT2. Made a lot of friends, and haven't heard from any in a long time. harry417@optonline.net
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Decklog by RICH WISECUP on Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 22:24 ALIVE AND WELL.DID;T KNOW IF ANY OF YOU OLD FARTS ARE STILL OUT THERE.
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Decklog by STEVE ODONNELL on Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 13:48 HEY SHIPMATES I SERVED ON SARA 76-79 R DIV MAINLY IN THE METAL SHOP UNDER CORTEZ 3 MED CRUISES GREAT MEMORIES LARRY OBRIEN AND I BUILT THE WIEGHT ROOM OFF THE PORT QTR REMEMBER?? DROP ME A LINE STOD777@AOL.COM
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Decklog by Vern Hawk on Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 13:27 I served on the Sara (Ships Company)from late January 1970 till mid November 1970. I was an ATN2 and worked in the AIMD (Div. IM3) Cal. Lab(Shop 5A). I was seperated from active duty two days after returning from the 1970 Med Cruise. I currently reside in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. I would enjoy hearing from anyone who worked in Div. IM3 during th 70 Med Cruise, especially those who worked in The Cal. Lab. I can be e-mailed at vhawk909@charter.net.
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Decklog by robert mincey on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 18:45 va-37 med cruise 1980,to BOB BOOTHE,i was plane captain and airframes.my contact#706-978-9204. was a great cruise for a small town country boy.woud love to hear from old squadron mates again. still live in georgia.
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Decklog by Wallace Earley on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 17:24 Served on Sara from 86 to 89 in admin and deck div.s i treasure the memories made while attached to her and the friends made during thoughs times in Mayport and Portsmouth.Some of the best years of my life.All my best to all who have sailed the seas with her.
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Decklog by CHESTER EVITT,GMG2 on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 13:20 HELLO ALL YOU OLE SHIP MATES,IM ALSO LOOKING FOR ANY AND ALL THAT SERVED ON THE MIGHTY SARA FROM 83-87.I WORKED AS A GUNNERSMATE IN THE VARIOUS WEAPONS DEPARTMENTS,AND I ALSO RAN THE MARS STATION SO ALL OF YOU COULD CALL HOME,ANY CHANCE ANY OF YOU REMEMBER ME OR WANT TO HASH OLE MEMORIES DROP ME A LINE,chesterevitt@bellsouth.net GODS BE TO ALL WHO SERVED ON THE SUPER SARA
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Decklog by Glenn Jefferson on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 09:42 Hello fellow shipmates. We just got back from the Saratoga reunion in DC. Wasn't sure if it would be worth the road trip, but I can't wait to do it again. Met new friends that I look forward to seeing next year in Orlando. It was my first reunion and it was great - thanks to Brad Senter for setting things up for all of us veterans in Washington. When the tour bus took us to the U S Navy memorial, a special section was set up outside to honor all of the vets from Sara. It was an honor and a privilege which I'll never forget. If there is any way you can get to Orlando next year, please try. I'll see you there.
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Decklog by Gene P. Ladik on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 08:34 hi shipmates served on mighty sara 1961-1966 worked in officers barbershop, s-3 div . live in fl and originaly from pittsburgh,pa would love hear from any one from that time
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Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 22:52 I've left messages many times looking for guys who were on the great ship Sara from 1969 to 1973 in "B" Division, Oil Shack. Was a BT3 with 3 Med cruises and 1 Pacific cruise. That was the best. If anyone remembers me e-mail me at DOC4183@AOL.com Would like to find some of the old gang for maybe one more liberty. Those were the days. Charlie Taylor, Mark Gregory,"T" Shepke, Raborn, James Ward, William Burtch, J. McKelvey, W. Stewart. Come on guys, I know your still out there. Contact me and lets talk over some old times. I'm getting ready to retire from work and would like to see you guys again and re-live our youth and talk over some great memories.
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Decklog by john walpole on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 09:23 hi bird j i hope you are the same one from v1 div ive been looking for the guys that served with me on the tunkin gulf cruise would like to met up lets befor the 2007 reuniondrop a line at jwalpoleoptonline.net smooth seas and fair winds
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Decklog by Gerald C. Church on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 09:09 Hello to all Sara crew.
Just got back from another grand reunion in Washington D.C.
I strongly urge all who did not attend to be in Orlando for the 56th reunion next year. You might not find anyone from your division when you were aboard but I bet you will find someone who served in your time frame. You can swap sea stories with everyone who served aboard Sara.
I meet a shipmate of mine who I had not seen in 48 years. We had a great time and I am sure you would too.
Jerry Church AMS-2 V-6 Div. 1956/1959
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Decklog by james wilkinson on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 02:29 hello everyone. servred on board jan88- 1990. HT in the repair division. anyone there would love to hear from ya!looking for Dedecker, reynolds and the rest of ya!jimmyz240z@yahoo.com remember the darby?lovely old wreck....
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Decklog by Kim Thrower on Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at 17:08 I would love to learn more about what it was like on the USS SARATOGA from 1943 to 1946 when my father was a Water Tender II. Any one remember Robert Lee Maffrand? I would love to hear from you. kthrower62@hotmail.com
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Decklog by George E Taylor on Monday, October 16, 2006 at 15:48 Reply to Vito Scudiero entry made on October 14,. I also made that 69-70 cruise. Also ADJ. I was line PO for VA-113. Working the roof was best job ever. reply if you wish. taylors76@msn.com George Taylor
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Decklog by Charles Wright Wells on Monday, October 16, 2006 at 06:38 Wondering if anyone may remember my father Charles Wright Wells. He served on the Saratoga CV3 from about 1940 to 1944. He was a Torpedomans Mate. He recently passed away on 8-30-2006, would like to have him added to deceased mates page. If anyone knows him please contact John Wells jdwhi50@hotmail.com
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Decklog by Dennis Bogden on Monday, October 16, 2006 at 05:59 I hope every one had good time in DC this past weekend at the convention.Next is Orlando, FL and for all you midwestern Saratoga members we will be in Indianapolis, IN in 2008!! We are the crossroads of America, more details to follow. Until then, see you in Orlando in 2007.
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Decklog by Bob Semple on Sunday, October 15, 2006 at 18:04 Served on Sara (jet shop) ADJ3. for 9 months...departed Sara in Norfolk Nov 1st 1971....it was a great cruise. almost sank in Athens...Russian helicopter tried landing on the ship.
visited scottland, greece, spain, italy, and many other cool places. I live 10 miles from where she is tied up in Rhode Island...and it will be great if she becomes a museum.
reach me at semple1@cox.net
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Decklog by John Miller on Sunday, October 15, 2006 at 08:52 HM3, served on the Sartoga CVA-60, 1959 and 1960, H-Division. Like to locate any Corpsman during that period. My grandson is now serving on the USS Nimitz-CVN-68, out of San Diego. Hope to see the Sara in Providence.
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