USS Saratoga Decklog.

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Decklog by Larry Pike on Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 20:10 As an aside, I did many of the design drawings for her SLEP Overhaul Period in 1980, I converted her Forward Crew Galley into a Fast Food Restaurant.
Virginia

Decklog by James Hillier PH3 on Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 20:04 I served in the Photo Lab from 1965 to `1969, Looking for anyone that might remember me.
Ohio

Decklog by Larry Pike on Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 17:55 I was a crew member on the Sara from the return to Mayport in January of 69 until Febuary 1972, I was a member of "G" Division, and worked the bomb elevators for out first cruise. After the Bomb Elevator Shop I transfered to the Flight Deck Crew and remained in that crew until I mustered out just prior to Sara's Vietnam Cruise.
Virginia

Decklog by jimmy daugherty on Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 14:07 i havent been log book for a long time
i was on board from 1957 to 1961
v2 cat2would love to hear from anyone
during that time my email is
rvingjimpatsy@yahoo.com
Florida

Decklog by Pete Haga on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 19:05 was stationed on board the Sara from 1977 to 1980 in 2 Main Machinery room as a machinist mate had alot of good times and got to see the world not too many people can say that.proud to have served
Florida

Decklog by RUSSELL S. WILCHER on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at 01:59 SERVED ON SARA JAN 72 THRU JUNE 75 A DIV WOULD BE INTERESTED TO HERE FROM OLD FRIENDS
Georgia

Decklog by Sandra Terry Dixson on Monday, July 18, 2011 at 01:01 My dad, L C Terry, Jr.served in the Captain's office aboard the Sara CV3 during WWII. He died in 2004 without the book given to crew members. We are still trying to find this to include in his mementos. Please reply if you know how I can aquire this. I am also the founder of the Georgia chapter of Daughters of World War II, and interested in material for a library.
Thanks to all of you who serve or served.
daughtersofww2@gmail.com
Georgia

Decklog by John m vos on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 20:14 Years on the sara 1970 1973
New Jersey

Decklog by DAVID OLSON on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 13:02 CONTRARY TO WHAT I AM READING ABOUT THE SARA, SHE IS NOT GOING TO BE SCRAPED. THE NAVY IS GOING TO TOW HER TO AN AREA OFF THE FLORIDA KEYS ALONG WITH THE OTHER CARRIER AND SUNK. THE NAVY IS NOW GOING TO MAKE $0. I DON"T KNOW WHY THEY DID NOT TAKE OUR MONEY EVEN IF WE WERE A LITTLE SHORT
Connecticut

Decklog by TIM CARLIN on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 00:27 I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CORRECTION ON MY POSTING IT IS deicemanus11@yahooo.com not deicemanus@yahoo.com my bad
New York

Decklog by Tommy R Michael on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 13:13 I was on the sara from july 1964 to june 1967 all my time was in 3rd div except three month mess cook duty came onboard SA and departed BM3. My email address is RM1745@AOL.COM. WOULD LIKE TO MAKE COTACT WITH DIV SHIPMATES.
Missouri

Decklog by Ralph Mauro on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 08:57 had a chance to see the ship in RI, last year, sorry to hear it is getting scraped. Served on it from 1974 to 1976 in the supply division with Toone,Smitty,Lake and the gang.
Massachusetts

Decklog by David B. Dale on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 21:11 My Father Raymond Maxwell Dale servered on the Saratoga CV3 1944-45 if anyone remembers him please e-mail me. He said that it was the toughest Damn ship in the navy, he talked often about her. If anyone has any photos of her I would like to see them.
dbkkmpd@gmail.com
North Dakota

Decklog by TIM CARLIN on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 12:22 I SERVED ABOARD THE SARATOGA FROM 1981-1985 IN V-1 DIVISION. APROX. JUNE OR JULY OF 1984 WE WERE DOING WORKUPS FOR THE 1984 MED CRUISE. ABOUT 0400 IWENT OVERBOARD INTO 8 TO 10 FT SWELLLS. LUCKLY, WE WERE DOING THE BUDDY SYSTEM SO IT WAS REPORTED IMMED. IT TOOK AN HOUR AND 30 MIN TO GET ME BACK ABOARD SHIP. IF ANYONE OR HAS ANY INFORMATION ABOUT IT FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME AT deicemanus@yahoo.com thank you
New York

Decklog by Alan Eisenberg on Monday, July 11, 2011 at 20:57 My father, Jerome G. Eisenberg, designed the damage control engineering of the Sara, when she was constructed in the Brooklyn Naval Shipyard. I attended the christening as a child and thought the flight deck was the largest space imaginable.
None Given

Decklog by Billy Shafer on Saturday, July 09, 2011 at 19:59 Harry I believe. I was on cold iron watch in Philly in 68. Saw someone standing in front of the control room. Went out to ask who he was. No one there. Had to go there while under way onetime. Going down the ladder got a blast of really cold air. There is something there.
Texas

Decklog by Terry Sides on Wednesday, July 06, 2011 at 12:34 Was on active duty from Dec 1970 till Jan 1979. Joined the Reserves several years later and finally retired from the SeaBees 1 Oct 2006. Served on Sara from Mar 1972 until latter part of 1975 as Ship's Company. Worked in AIMD Shop 1 working F-4 radar. Must say I have more fond memories of my time on the Sara than any other part of my navy career. I got to see the world during those years. To all my Sara shipmates I wish a fair wind and following seas. May God Bless!!
Oklahoma

Decklog by Dan McClure on Wednesday, July 06, 2011 at 09:51 I served aboard Sara (CVA-60) during the 69-70 Med cruise. I was a Parachute Rigger (PR-2)in the AIMD IM-2 Div Parachute Loft. Separated from Navy on return from that cruise in Mayport, FL. That cruise is one of the most memorable experiences I have ever had. Met some great guys from ships company and squadrons on board. Packed a lot of parachutes. I am dissapoined that Sara may be scrapped after all that was done to save her. Take care shipmates!
Nebraska

Decklog by Harry Stolberg on Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 19:14 Hey Robert Fellers... Do you believe in the ghost of 2MMR? I had cold watches down ther and I believe. I was in 3mmr for a year then the Oil Shack for the rest of my time. 1969 to 1973. Had great times on that ship with alot of friends. Im still looking for a guy from Indianapolis named Mark Gregory. Did you know him or where he might be. Nice to talk to someone from that time. My email is DOC4183@AOL.com Happy 4th of July to everyone. Lets get the BBQ out and eat hearty. Will wait to hear from you....Harry Stolberg BT3 - "B" Division - Oil Shack
New York

Decklog by EMC Steve Cabaday on Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 17:48 Served aboard Sara CV-3 and CV-60. Passed away 1990.
Florida

Decklog by james lewis on Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 13:04 SERVED ON SARA FROM OCT. 64 TO FEB. 67 1AUX MACHINERY ROOM.LIKE TO HERE FROM ANYONE WHO SERVED IN M DIVISION DURING THIS TIME. ALSO TRYING TO LOCATE WESLEY ANDERSON MM3 LIVED IN BEAUMONT,TX. jflewis43aol ph. 228-832-5754
Mississippi

Decklog by Stacie Covington DeShazer on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 23:57 Daddy, Howard S. Covington (Yeoman) either Seaman or Petty Officer 3rd class, serverd aboard USS Saratoga in 1965-1966. I remember him saying he visited Italy during this time. He passed away on July 7, 1994. My mom doesn't remember what his rank was, but was thinking it was Seaman 3 or something like that. I looked it up and I'm thinking it would Petty Officer 3rd Class. If someone remembers him, please contact me with stories and such. Really regretting not asking more question and not taking notes. My children are asking about their Pap-paw. Oh he was from Meridian, Miss, if that helps at all. You can email me at StacieDeShazer@gmail.com If you happen to have any pictures that you could email, that would be wonderful!
Thanks,
Stacie Covington DeShazer
Louisiana

Decklog by Scott Reilly on Sunday, June 26, 2011 at 18:20 My father Robert E. Reilly, SK1C, served on the CV3 from 1941 to 1944. He married my mother (Margaret)when the Sara was in port in Bremmerton, WA in March 1942. She traveled by bus from Upper Michigan after he sent a telegraph saying where he was. He is now 91 and still doing fairly well. He can be contacted thru my e-mail, reillymqt@hotmail.com if anyone want to share info from that period.
Michigan

Decklog by ron duval adj-3 on Thursday, June 23, 2011 at 20:33 served on the sara med cruise-63with vah-9.work the power plants div. on lauches trouble shooting.remenber the big fire on the flight deck.but alsoremenber allthe good times in port.hoot to all owls.
Massachusetts

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