USS Saratoga Decklog.

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Decklog by Bill Cogdill on Saturday, September 30, 2006 at 18:33 I was on the Saratoga in 1970 in the V-3 Division. I really enjoyed working on the Sara. I met some really great friends. Also had a great time. Looking for anyone that was in that division. My email is cogdill541@charter.net. Have a great day.
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Decklog by Keller Bruce Hutchins on Saturday, September 30, 2006 at 12:14 I served aboard the Sara from 11/27/1941 untel 12/18/1943. I was in thr 12th and 1st. divs as coxwain. I miss it to this day.
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Decklog by Bernard Mendez on Saturday, September 30, 2006 at 01:55 I will be attending,hopefully your reunion .I hope to make a speech of the rescue 8th October 1970 off the coast of Queensland Australia and what lead up to it and the aftermath,including the involvement of Richard M. Nixion then President of the United States of America. Hope to see you all their and including the tenacious, then ensign Troy. My e-mail address: RRunner@si.rr.com ,tel 1718-477-0105
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Decklog by Ken Collette on Friday, September 29, 2006 at 15:56 Attn John Kukta I was also in VAH-9/RVAH-9
1962-1966, I was a plane Captain.
Left for Vietman Dec 1965 on board the
USS Ranger. I was discharged on station in 1966. Jcollette3@cox.net
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Decklog by Ben Hesterly on Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 15:30 Great log book, spotted a few guys I knew during 58-62
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Decklog by billy lee cs1 on Monday, September 25, 2006 at 12:59 middleburg fl. i served on the sara 1957/1968 retired in 1969my e-mail is billyg532@msn.com looking foward to hear from s/m billy lee cs1
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Decklog by Don E. Reed on Monday, September 25, 2006 at 09:59 Was on Saratoga From pre-com school until August of 1957 E Div Power would like to hear from shipmates during this time. Includes green decks,painted chicken lost anchor, hanger bay 3 full of foam.etc.Don Reed donereed36@hotmail.com
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Decklog by MMC Jerry Skirvin on Sunday, September 24, 2006 at 02:18 Served from August 1990 - October 1992: Eng Dept / P-1 (1MMR). Great Ship! Good times! Great Memories! Anyone else out there from 1MMR?
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Decklog by Bill Neska on Saturday, September 23, 2006 at 16:22 Just wanted to say it's great seeing that one of my old commands is still remembered....Served onboard from Dec 77- June 81... Repair division, pipe shop, door n hatch, AFFF shop, Co2 shop. been there done that... Just finished my 20...
yoslickwilly@hotmail.com
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Decklog by Matt TenEyck on Friday, September 22, 2006 at 12:25 I served aboard "Sara" from May 1960 until December, 1964. I was assigned to GM Division during this, and like many others vividly remember the #2MMR fire in the Agean, 1961. I knew Chaplain Brenneman fairly well and his death at the time was a shock. I should imagine anyone there at the time has similar memories.
My E-mail address is Mattwin41@aol.com
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Decklog by Dennis Bogden on Thursday, September 21, 2006 at 13:48 To all Saratoga shipmates in the Terre Haute,IN and Marshall, IL area. We have a widow of a CV-3 person who is 91 years old and would like to hear from anyone for conversation. If any of you live near those locations could just call or stop to say hello it would make her day! She is Catherine Findley, 11609 E. Clarksville Rd., Marshall, IL 62441 or call 217-889-3156. Her husband died in 2001 and he was LTJG Mack Findley. Let's step-up as a Saratoga family and give a boost!
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Decklog by Patricia379@earthlink.net on Thursday, September 21, 2006 at 11:08 Looking for information regarding Irwin Wimple who served on the USS Saratoga CV3. He was a friend of my Mother's and she is trying to locate or find out if he survived WWII sinking.
Feel free to contact me/her via email. Subject either Irwin Wimple or USS Saratoga CV.
Thanks!
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Decklog by Edward Kuyon on Wednesday, September 20, 2006 at 17:30 Served onboard the SARA 64-66 in Navigation.Haven't checked in with the log for awhile.Glad to see it's still up and running.I'm updating my e-mail address:cruisinged@peoplepc.com
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Decklog by Charles E. Moore on Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 20:22 Charles E. Moore-USS Saratoga 1959-1960
X Division. Lithographs-Printing.CVS-60
Any crew in this division contact me....memories..I have been in the printing for 50years now. I have a printing company in Johnson City,Tn.
Miss shipmates..email: lmooredesign@comcast.net
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Decklog by Speedy McCready on Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 20:02 Message to James Bird: I'm wondering if you're the same ABH3 I knew in V1 back in '72? If so, I've got an amazing picture of you, Glen Dyer and myself at the Sampaguita Club in Subic Bay. We killed a lot of brain cells that night. (ok, from the picture, it looks like it was mostly my brain!) Antway drop me a line sometime at emc0853@yahoo.com
Hey - would not it be great if we could upload pictures for everyone to share? How about a link to an image sharing gallery? Thoughts?
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Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Monday, September 18, 2006 at 23:13 Was on the Sara from 1969 to 1973. First I worked in MMR3 for about a year then went to the Oil Shack. Great times back then.Great guys. Best time of my life other than my children being born. I'm looking for some guys. Their names are Mark Gregory from Indianapolis and James or Charlie Taylor from West Virginia. If anyone remembers or knows them, e-mail me at DOC4183@AOL.com We were all in "B" Division. Any snipes out there?
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Decklog by James P Bird Jr. on Saturday, September 16, 2006 at 18:02 Glad to become a member of the association. It was an Honor and a Privledge to sever on our Great Lady Sara.
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Decklog by Dennis Bogden on Saturday, September 16, 2006 at 14:29 Who remembers the flood onboard the '71 cruise? Also, the passed-out sailor who was stuffed in a trash barrel while waiting a liberty launch? If anyone knows that person or who placed him into that barrel, I will send them the 8x10 photograph.ops543&comcast.net
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Decklog by Peter Keyser on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 17:39 I was on the "SARA" from 10/63-1/67 in the "GM" Div.best years of my life. Made two Med cruses (64-65 & 66). In June of 2006 I went to New Orleans for the "V-3" reunion. It was great to see old shipmates from 40 years ago. Jimmy Anslemo (V-3) is the guy that started this and it was great fun hanging out and re-living old times with old friends. I still live in Easton, Penna. but I long for the days in Mayport. If anyone out there wants to e-mail me my address is;
pkeyser@rcn.com CVA-60 FOREVER!!!
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Decklog by Ellsworth "LASH" Lashway BT2 on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 08:02 served from 1956-1960 BOILERMAN 2nd class served mostly in #3main.I now reside in plattsburgh n.y.my address is e.c.lashway 2140,rt.22b morrisonville,n.y.12962 My e.mail address is eclashway@charter.net
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Decklog by Paul Adams ABH3 V3 on Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 21:05 I served on the SARS from 86-90 made the 87 MED cruise and surived Portsmith I was TAD to Brig my last 6 Months
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Decklog by Thomas McKeever on Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 09:05 Anybody do the final cruise that worked in IM3 div.
E-mail to thomas.mckeever@navy.mil
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Decklog by Ray Norton on Monday, September 11, 2006 at 18:39 In 1944, two or three sailors on an aircraft carrier built a motorcycle on board using all Navy materials. This may have been the USS Saratoga. I would like to find more information about the bike and the sailors. Please email me at rayno3@copper.net. Thanks. Ray
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Decklog by Thomas Paul Barnes on Monday, September 11, 2006 at 15:03 Onboard 1969-1970. V3 Division. Two Med cruises. Hangar deck tractor driver. Email: extrae7@peoplepc.com
(This is an updated entry)
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