USS Saratoga Decklog.

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Decklog by john walpole on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 23:11 my name is john walpole and i served onthe sara from 1972to 1973 i am looking for the guys that i worked with in v1 div .and some from crash crew. jim follis ,chife colberson ,james allen ,daved orr,frank who was incharge of the elevators,there are many more but i cannot list there names if any of you belong please call or send an e-mail to me my phone is 631-884-1212 and my e-mail is jwalpole@optonline.net i would like to see you all at the reunion in oct. may you all have fair winds and blue skys,till we meat again.
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Decklog by JOHN LYONS on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 09:30 1954-1955 2ND DIVISON
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Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Sunday, May 21, 2006 at 23:30 Was on the Sara 1969 to 1973 in "B" Division - Oil Shack. Had alot of good times and good friends back then. Looking for two, if anybody knows them please let me know. They are Mark Gregory from Indianapolis and Charlie Taylor from West Virginia. Email me at DOC4183@AOL.com Also anybody out there from my time on the Sara from "B" Division. Where are all those snipes
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Decklog by Petty Officer Scott Mahloch on Sunday, May 21, 2006 at 20:25 Served on the last cruise aboard the USS Saratoga attached to VFA-81.
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Decklog by Fred A. Engel on Saturday, May 20, 2006 at 17:38 I served on the Saratoga Marine detachment 1977-1978.Semper Fi!Many great memory's.I was 19 yrs and sailing the seven sea's.The truth is I joined the Marine's one buddy system,and feared water.Almost drowned one time.After infratry training got order's for Sea school.What's this I sez...and off I go.Got water survival qualified and looking back I wana go back.God bless.
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Decklog by Robert M. Petrus, CWO4 , USNR on Saturday, May 20, 2006 at 14:43 I was in "R" Division and a DC2 serveing in the Door & Hatch Shop
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Decklog by Charles E Horney on Saturday, May 20, 2006 at 06:56 Hi guys, I served in. the Royal Air Force from 1941 to '46 I am now nearly 85 yrs. in 1944, the Sara came into Colombo, Ceylon ,if memory serves me correctly, I think this was just before the first Allied raid on the Japs in Sumatra . I was attached to Naval Air Operations at this time and some of us were permitted to go aboard Sara ., and were shown around by a crewman who looked very much like the actor Red Buttons, She was a beautiful ship and immaculately kept. it was an experience and not to be forgotten. I know the raid was a complete success. and I believe that one of the batsmen went overboard and was picked up by
an RN cruiser. Good luck to you all. Chas.
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Decklog by Shiela R. Hines on Friday, May 19, 2006 at 18:11 DADDY SERVED 1943 - 1945 ?
His name is John A. Beaird. He used to have a chest with his WWII treasures. Stolen. I would love to hear from anyone who knew him. My daddy is gone now and I miss him so. Let me know srh@redlandshospital.org
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Decklog by Jim Myrant on Friday, May 19, 2006 at 06:51 Served aboard Sara '69-70. Made one and a half Med cruises. Began as a deck hand in 1st division (Anchor Klankers). I became a DT striker and left in October '70 for "A" school. I still remember like it was yesterday looking back from the liberty boat in Naples and watching her fantail fade away in the distance for the last time. My sister sent me an article she saw in the paper about Sara's decommissioning. It was like reading an obit of a best friend. God bless you jarheads that kept us out of trouble. We sure partied a lot in the ports. Great site, brings back many good memories.
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Decklog by Luther Moore on Thursday, May 18, 2006 at 21:35 What a time! I served on the Sara Jan. 63-Oct.64 Bow Cats Hook Up & Hold Back 1 Med. 1 Carabbean, and what seems like endless Carrier Quals. And still managed to have a good time. Heres a Shout out! to all who have served.
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Decklog by John Miller on Thursday, May 18, 2006 at 15:59 I was corpsman, HM3, served on the Saratoga 1959 and 1960. Made one Med cruise, in the ship yard, and Mayport. Retired, living in Florida.
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Decklog by Ron Lang on Thursday, May 18, 2006 at 09:51 I served on the Saratoga from 1960-1962. I was a Seaman 1st class in the 4th division. Made 3 "Med" cruises; it was one of the best times of my life. My email is romar@iglide.net in case anyone would like to contact me. I live in Denver, Co
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Decklog by Nathaniel Jones on Thursday, May 18, 2006 at 09:46 ON SARA FROM 1959 TO 1960 IN OR AND
4TH DIVISIONS. LEFT SARA THANKSGIVING
1960 IN NAPLES, ITALY FOR RM"A" SCHOOL NORFOLK,VA.
RETIRED RM1 FEB 1975
LIVE IN STERLING HEIGHTS,MICHIGAN
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Decklog by Ron Lang on Thursday, May 18, 2006 at 09:44 I served on the Saratoga from 1960-1962. I was a Seaman 1st class in the 4th division. Made 3 "Med" cruises; it was one of the best times of my life.
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Decklog by gary sandvik on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 18:31 served onboard lady sara between 69 and 70. miss her and all my friends in s-1 and s-3 div.
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Decklog by Chuck fitzgerald on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 14:44 Just checking in, it has been awhile served 84-87 in W division. I was the yeoman. Worked in the weapons office for awhile Chief Willie give me a Email at chuckfitz@altell.net or any body else that I run with.
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Decklog by Gordon Willett Family on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 12:51 This wonderful man passed on his 82 birthday last year. He served aboard the USS Saratoga and was discharged February of 1946. His granddaughter is wondering if anyone remembers her granddad sugarbear48843@yahoo.com
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Decklog by fred hertzer on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 10:55 just signing in
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Decklog by john kukta on Tuesday, May 16, 2006 at 21:42 Hey Moulder, I read your comments on another website.I was in VAH-9 and shared a space off the port Quarter, Hanger Deck level with VF-32,1961-64.Hope you are well and remember.Us Parachute Riggers were a pilots best friend! John Kukta@yahoo.com
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Decklog by Brad Senter on Tuesday, May 16, 2006 at 07:15 I see so many entries in the log book, of shipmates looking for shipmates. Did you know there are over 3000 members in the Saratoga Association ? It's a good possibility the shipmate your searching for has already joined the Association. Over 65% of the shipmates who are now attending the annual reunions are CVA/CV-60 shipmates. You can fill out the applicaton from this web site, mail it in and become a member of the one of the oldest and largest carrier reunion groups in the country. The dues are only $10, so what are you waiting for ?
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Decklog by Chuck Fleming on Friday, May 12, 2006 at 17:02 Was BT in #2MMR 82-85.Want to hear from all my shipmates that i worked & partied with. Any of you guy's remember luturks & morning glories in Phily & the Packard a gogo!!! How bout the uptakes parties, any members of the "Knights of the round table" out there? Remember 5th & Columbia st.?you could get the little manila envelope with "have a nice day" stamped on it.
I've got a new e-mail address. navyvetcv60@woh.rr.com so all you dirt bag's write me! Have a nice day and stick a cheesesteak up your ass. Yo TECCO!!!!!!
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Decklog by Leon k Hogue on Friday, May 12, 2006 at 15:39 Hello shipmate
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Decklog by Peter L Dellaquila on Thursday, May 11, 2006 at 07:46 Looking to contect Pete poppa sreve on sara.
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Decklog by Phill Ruhnke on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 at 12:22 Served as a BT in 3MMR Jan 75 - Sep 78.
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