USS Saratoga Decklog.

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Decklog by Max Payne DCC on Sunday, May 07, 2006 at 19:54 Was aboard Sara from 66 to 68. Ran DC Shop. Made DCC and transferred to USS amphion AR-13 for twillight cruise.
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Decklog by michael l.gargone on Sunday, May 07, 2006 at 16:52 i served on the Sara during the 1972 viet-nam cruise, and in dry dock in portsmouth virginia, before transfering to uss independence carrier, 1974 med cruise
looking for anyone that was a lookout or built guided missels during 72-73 cruise. contact me bamagar1@ charter.net
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Decklog by Mike Cowan on Saturday, May 06, 2006 at 20:39 I am interested in making contact with anyone from R-Div. who served onboard between 1985 to 1988, or anyone else who might have known me.
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Decklog by Jerome Bernstein on Friday, May 05, 2006 at 16:19 I am writing this for my father who passed away in 1994. He was on "The Sara" in the late 50's until I believe 1960, he was in meteorology and he was the Rabbi on board. I know that he was stationed at Norfolk and Pennsycola, Fl. I was just wondering if anyone knew of Jerome "Jerry" Bernstein? I am his son Alan, you can contact me at ABernstein@Suscom.Net. Thank you all, I loved learning about "The Sara"!
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Decklog by Darold Vissering on Friday, May 05, 2006 at 10:54 Very intresting.I Am A plankowner having been assigned to her in the Brooklyn Ship Yard while she was being built.Moved aboard her just before she was commissioned.The air conditioned quarters was great.I was a pipefitter and spent many a night down below welding up a leaking steam pipe.Finished my tour in the Navy in Jun 1957 leaving the Sara after taking President Eisenhower on tour.Finished my career in the Air Force Retiring in 1974.
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Decklog by Rogers, Larry E on Wednesday, May 03, 2006 at 12:05 I would like to report that my brother, Richard Eugene Rogers served on board the USS Saratoga for a number of years. His date of death is 20Jul1975. He was born and buried in Hamlet, NC. Should anyone desire additional info, you may contact me at rogersle@aol.com.
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Decklog by Jason Baker on Monday, May 01, 2006 at 18:41 I just wanted to check in.I was on the Saratoga from 10/6/1991 to 6/7/1993.I worked in M.W.R for twelve months than I went to Wepons Flightdeck/Hangerdeck Ordnence.
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Decklog by scott fletcher on Sunday, April 30, 2006 at 20:25 does anyone remeber tom fletcher (aka)fletch? i am his son scott.
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Decklog by Dennis Bogden on Sunday, April 30, 2006 at 08:14 To all who are looking for former shipmates. Signup for the annual convention and meet one another. The next convention is in October in Washington, DC. Check out the convention schedule on this site.
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Decklog by James M Hancock on Saturday, April 29, 2006 at 21:10 David Winchester I remember you we server the sara in oz division. Glad to know I'm not the only one who looks at these sites. I looked up your picture in the cruse book an tell my son (9) about times I had on board. We recently spent 2 nights on the Yorktown with the cub scouts and I didn't sleep at all. Every time one of the kids jumped down from th e bunks and hit the deck I had flashbacks of plans landing and taking off on that 96 day streach off the coast of Lebenon. Most of the other memories however are good ones. Hope your doing well and email me if you remember me or Will or Phill Philips or any of the other men we served with. jmhcomputer@bellsouth.net.
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Decklog by Keith LaMastus on Thursday, April 27, 2006 at 17:28 My uncle George (Everrett) Graves S1/C served on the Sara he was killed when the 5 planes hit her in the photo in the gallery The Navy told my grandmother that his body was never recovered. If anybody knows anything about him or if they knew him would you please email me There is only my mom and her sister still living out of 8 kids he was next to the youngest son. thanks Keith LaMastus jaggerscustomwoodworking@hotmail.com
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Decklog by JERRY JOHNSON on Thursday, April 27, 2006 at 16:33 I AM LOOKING FOR A JOHN MILLER WHO WAS AT SUBIC BAY 1968 TO 1969. HE WAS CALLED TANDANG MILLER. I HAVE SOME VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR HIM.
JERRY JOHNSON
VP-6
SANGLE POINT 1969
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Decklog by Wayne Roberts (Robbie) on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 at 16:50 George Trinkler,What is your e-mail address?
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Decklog by Dave on Monday, April 24, 2006 at 13:30 I served on the Sara from 1964 til 1966. Made 2 Med cruises on her. I am looking for a 1064/65 cruise book. Anyone with one or that knows of one please let me know. Thanks. dlyons770@earthlink.net
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Decklog by george trinkler on Saturday, April 22, 2006 at 12:15 served e division5/66 to 1/69. lighting shop and power shop.i got out1/89 has ht1.
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Decklog by Laura Wilson on Saturday, April 22, 2006 at 11:21 Looking for anyone who was on the Saratoga in 1942. My dad served on board. Have a scrap book that he made on board. He passed away a few years ago. Just now finding out about his military service. His name was Garland "Stan" Stanly.
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Decklog by NATHANIEL JONES ,RM1 USN RET on Friday, April 21, 2006 at 22:13 ABOARD 1959-1960.WAS IN OR DIVISION
WITH RADIO
GANG THEN 5TH DIV. MADE 1959 MED CRUISE. LEFT SARA IN NAPLES ITALY
THANKSGIVING 1960 FOR RADIOMAN SCHOOL.
NATHANIEL JONES, RM1 USN RET.
STERLING HEIGHTS,MI
de1035@hotmail.com
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Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Friday, April 21, 2006 at 22:06 Hey guys - BT3 from "B" Division - Oil Shack on the Sara from 1969 to 1973. 3 Med cruises and 1 Pacific. What a tour. Anyone out there from those times. Lets hear from you. Lets not let those times die. They were the best times of our lives. Contact me at DOC4183@AOL.com
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Decklog by Miles Johnston on Friday, April 21, 2006 at 20:37 Great site
ETN2 63-65
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Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Thursday, April 20, 2006 at 22:01 On board the Sara from Sept 1969 to March 1973. Great times, great friends. Anyone out there from "B" Division - Oil Shack. Anybody seen Mark Gregory from Indianapolis or James Taylor from West Virginia. Contact me at DOC4183@AOL.com Come on guys lets get our heads together and find these guys for me. Been looking for a long time. Remember Subic Bay in 1972. What a great port.See you guys later
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Decklog by john kukta on Thursday, April 20, 2006 at 21:01 VAH-9, 62-64, Man,i'm basically computer illerate but I can post a message to ask where all you guys were during that period.Remember Key West hot refueling during the Cuban Missle Deal.I was A/Crewman and missed giving my fiance her engagement ring.Would'nt have missed it for anything. It's a great website and a great way to rekindle old and cherished memories.God bless, John Kukta,PR-1 Retired
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Decklog by Verner D. Hawk ATN2 on Thursday, April 20, 2006 at 18:21 Served aboard the "Sara" from the end of January 1970 till my seperation from the Navy in November 1970. Worked in AIMD, IM3 Div., Shop 5A (Cal. Lab). Saw the "Sara" tied up along side the "Forrestal" at the Newport Naval Station, Newport, RI in Oct. 2004 while on vacation. She just does not look the same without the black stripe on the island.
If there are any Shop 5A crewmates out there please get in touch.
Vern Hawk
vhawk909@charter.net
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Decklog by George Braun on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 at 19:10 My wife's uncle, Gene Erickson, served on the Saratoga (CV3) from Nov 43 to Dec 44. It was during this time that the Saratoga was assigned to the British Eastern Fleet, helping it to reestablish a presence in the Indian Ocean/SW Pacific area. It was stationed in Ceylon for that timeframe, and was involved in attacks on Japanese forces on Sumatra and Java. In looking at some old color photos of Gene in uniform, he is wearing a multicolored ribbon (it's color scheme does not match any US Navy award). It appears to be the British Pacific Star. Does anyone know whether Saratoga Crew members were awarded the British Pacific Star for service with the BEF?
I'm writing a familiy military history, and this info would help me. Gene passed away two years ago, after serving many years as head of the music department at Janesville (WI) High School.
Thanks. George Braun
gpbraun@verizon.net
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Decklog by randy cameron on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 at 10:45 sorry about two entries i forgot my email address. rcameron@mcc.edu. any of the old gang from dc shop 70-72 drop me a line.
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