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  • USS Salem Posted on July 17, 2017 07:42 am Name: Harry W Spencer
    Location: Ozark, MO

    Comments: I visited the USS Salem yesterday in Quincy Mass. The USS Canberra model that J. Whitmeyer built (that was in San Pedro, CA) is now in the Cruiser Room of the Salem. As well as the painting by DeRosset
  • My Dad aboard WWII Posted on July 8, 2017 06:47 pm Name: Roland W. Corwin
    Homepage: No Title

    Comments: I was wondering if anyone knew my father or anything about his service on the USSCanberra in World WarII?
  • Robert E. Scholari Posted on July 4, 2017 10:11 am Name: JR Allas
    Homepage: Bob's obituary
    Location: Joliet, IL

    Comments: My father-in-law, Robert E. Scholari served on the USS Canberra. I don't know what years he served, but he loved having served in the Navy and attending the annual ship reunions until he became too ill to travel. He built a model of the USS Canberra and it sits in his home. Sadly, Bob passed away, peacefully, on Saturday, July 1, 2017. He will be missed.
  • Served 1961-1962 Posted on June 20, 2017 07:19 pm Name: James Hamilton

    Comments: Served aboard as Corpsman. Living in Myrtle Beach. Love to hear from anyone who served with me.
  • Torpedoed WWII Posted on June 19, 2017 06:11 pm Name: Tom Wood
    Location: LakeSt Louis,MO

    Comments: On board from the cuban missile crisis until after 1st deployment to Vietnam. 1962 - 1965. Stationed in the aft engine room. MM3. Mike division. I believe the aft engine room was the compartment that was torpedoed in WWII.
  • CA-70 USS Canberra Posted on June 11, 2017 01:21 pm Name: Jim Seitz
    Location: Cleveland, Ohio

    Comments: Just a shout out to let you all know that my dad, John Seitz (who is still living at age 92 )was on board the CA-70 USS Canberra as a Marine from August of 1943 to after January of 1945. There is a book telling of it's exploits from WWll to Past Vietnam. "The Battered Remnants of the Blue Fleet" by Walter J. Raczynski. I was thinking if you could somehow get in touch with this author or his family he might be able to answer some of your questions.
  • Calvin Nowlin Posted on May 27, 2017 07:57 am Name: Pamela Priar

    Comments: It is my understanding that my uncle, Calvin Nowlin, served on the USS Canberra during WWII at the time the ship was torpedoed and was one of the survivors. Uncle Cal died in 1976. I am interested if anyone has a memories of him to share.
  • shipmates Posted on March 31, 2017 03:48 pm Name: Robert Buffington
    Location: harrisburg pa.

    Comments: Looking for old shipmates I served with, I was in 3rd division from 65-67.
  • My time aboard (1962-1966) Posted on February 26, 2017 09:44 am Name: tom Rigby aka Roebuck
    Homepage: the Ice Cream Man
    Location: Paso Robles, CA

    Comments: Fellow survivors:
    Any of you who may still be around:
    Feel free to contact me, especially if you served aboard the CAG-2 between '62 and 66. See you at the reunion this coming fall!
  • Catching up Posted on January 29, 2017 08:44 am Name: Gary Hanna
    Homepage: Care for old ship mates

    Comments: Prayers for my ship mate Carl Jones
    We served together 1964-66
    I was aboard 64-67
  • The passing of my dad Posted on January 17, 2017 11:18 pm Name: Brenda Clark

    Comments: My dad is Larry Botts. He passed away on December 24,2016. My mom Rose Botts wanted me to let his fellow shipmates to know. As a family we would like to attend the reunion in Harrisburg this year in recognition of our Dad and her husband. Harrisburg is only 1 hour 45 minutes from us.

    I hope to hear from you soon. Brenda Clark
  • Launcher in New Mexico Posted on January 15, 2017 12:14 am Name: Ronald Brown
    Location: Yuma, AZ

    Comments: I worked out at the White Sands Missile Range in NM from 1998-2003 as a contractor for the Navy. While there we moved a launcher from the Navy Launch Complex 36 (LC-36)out to Ft Bliss to launch target rockets in support Patriot missile testing. I found a newspaper article from 1970 that said a launcher from the Canberra was installed at WSMR for the Navy. Is there any way to get information on this launcher, serial # or any other info to ID the launcher? I think the launcher I moved may have been the one off the Canberra and is still sitting in the NM desert.
  • I served aboard 1962-1966 Posted on January 10, 2017 02:09 pm Name: Thomas Roebuck
    Location: Paso Robles, California

    Comments: I just discovered this forum and wanted to reach out to others who served aboard the Canberra; especially those who served in combat aboard her during the Vietnam period as I did.
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