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  • USS Canberra Crew Member Posted on October 23, 2020 03:13 pm Name: Angelo (Andy) Onorato
    Location: Dumfries Virginia

    Comments: Served on board the USS Canberra (CAG 2), 1956/1957. Radarman 2nd class. Privileged to be a crew member during cruise taking President Eisenhower to Bermuda.
  • Looking for Shipmates Posted on September 18, 2020 04:35 pm Name: Alfred P. Huber

    Comments: I was aboard in 67-68.
    2nd, X and OL Div.
    Looking for crew members I served with.
  • Passing Posted on August 9, 2020 05:59 pm Name: Roland Willard Corwin
    Location: El Mirage, AZ 85335

    Comments: My dad was on the USS Canberra in 1943-45 during WW2. He passed away in Phoenix, AZ 06/18/1980 and is burred at the VA Cemetery in Cave Creek, AZ. Anyone who knew my dad please respond. Thanks
  • Shipmate Passed Posted on August 6, 2020 09:58 pm Name: Patrick Kobylanski

    Comments: My father, Michael Kobylanski, and Electrician's Mate on CA-70 1943-1946 passed away on June 18th, 2020. He was honored to call you all shipmates and the memories he shared with me of your amazing ship and crew are among my most fond and cherished. Thank you for your service shipmates. RIP Dad.
  • VA Info Posted on July 28, 2020 05:35 pm Name: George Pinkett
    Homepage: USVCP
    Location: San Jose

    Comments: Respect to all Vietnam Veterans.

    Gang! If you have questions about VA benefits please see USVCP website. You will get all questions answers or ask a few of your own.

    go here:
  • REMEMBERING Posted on July 23, 2020 02:45 pm Name: Bob Grieson

    Comments: Oct 60 - Nov 66. EM2 - EMC.
    Keep me in touch.
    Need Canberra any color polo shirt. Lrg. prefur White.
    Do we still have ships store?


    Robert Grieson
    627 W. Via Rosaldo
    Green Valley, AZ. 85614

    CEL: 520/302-0808
  • 2020 Reunion Posted on June 30, 2020 11:17 am Name: Ken Minick

    Comments: The 2020 USS Canberra Reunion has been cancelled.
    We are scheduling one for 2021.
    It will be in Pittsburgh.
    See the Fall Newsletter for more information.
  • 2020 Reunion Posted on June 12, 2020 04:53 pm Name: Ken Minick

    Comments: We need to know if you will feel comfortable enough to attend this year's reunion or if you will not attend because of the Covid-19 problems.
  • Ojt hospitalcorpman Posted on May 21, 2020 09:07 pm Name: David Adams
    Location: Charlotte n.c.

    Comments: Was onboard 1965 to 1969
  • USS Canberra CAG-2/CA-70 Posted on May 16, 2020 02:01 pm Name: alvin roger werchan
    Homepage: shipmate
    Location: Houston, TX

    Comments: Logging in. Hadn't seen this site before.
  • 2020 Reunion Posted on April 30, 2020 06:49 pm Name: Ken M

    Comments: The 2020 Reunion is still scheduled to be held this year starting on 30 September to 4 October.
    We will keep watching the Virus status to see if we need to change it.
    Keep checking back here!
  • Vietnam War service Posted on April 10, 2020 02:12 pm Name: Marc Leepson
    Location: Middleburg, Virginia

    Comments: For a book proposal I am writing, I would like to hear from sailors who were aboard the Canberra during the Vietnam War. Trying to paint of picture of what it was like to live and work and serve on the ship. This will be my 10th book. My previous book, Ballad of the Green Beret, is a biography of Staff Sgt. Barry Sadler. I served in Vietnam in the Army in 1967-68. Thanks.
  • Can Do Kangaroo Posted on March 6, 2020 03:09 pm Name: Patrick Kobylanski
    Location: Phoenix AZ

    Comments: My father, EM3 Michael Kobylanski, was aboard in 1943 and remained on board throughout the war. He's currently living in Yountville, CA at the Veteran's Home, and still strong at the grand old age of 95. He never stopped honoring the memory of his shipmates who died throughout the war, most notably Harold Horner who was killed Oct 13th in the attack. His best friend. I am in awe of the men that my father spoke so highly about. If any of them find their way to this comment, please know that he was honored to call you shipmate and you have my utmost respect and thanks for answering the call those many days ago.
  • Future USS Canberra Keel Laying Ceremony Posted on March 5, 2020 08:23 am Name: ken minick

    Comments: The Keel Laying Ceremony has been set for 10 March 2020 (next Tuesday).
    If you are wanting to attend, contact Ken and he'll get you an RSVP Invitation.
    They must be received by AUSTAL USA by this Friday.
  • Future USS Canberra (LCS-30) Posted on March 3, 2020 08:01 pm Name: ken minick

    Comments: The Navy has decided that they want to TRY and have the Keel laying Ceremony on the 10th of March.
    AUSTAL USA was just informed.
    The date MAYA change.
    If you want to go contact me ASAP.
    AUSTAL hasn't received the RSVP invitations yet, but expects them soon.
  • Cuban Blockade Posted on March 3, 2020 06:21 pm Name: George Stephanis

    Comments: I was on the Canberra CAG2 during the Cuban blockade. Did a Med cruise and a Portsmouth , VA drydock. I was in the fourth division deck hand.
  • Shipmate passing Posted on February 22, 2020 04:21 pm Name: Terry Albright

    Comments: Both my brother, Richard E Albright, and myself, Terry M Albright, served aboard the Canberra in the OI division. He did the Westpac of 65, 66,and 67. I did the 66 and 67 Westpac. My brother is now deceased. He had diabetes type 2 and so do I. My brother and I were the only members of my family (5 siblings ) plus our parents who ever had diabetes. They are all deceased from other ailments. I am in the beginning process of filing an Agent Orange claim.
  • Death of crewmate Posted on February 13, 2020 11:20 am Name: James Leonard Batson

    Comments: FYI, Jim Batson, Fire Control 1st Class, died recently on 10/11/2019.He was a member of the crew when the Canberra CA70 was torpedoed in 1944.

    He and his late wife Rae enjoyed attending the Canberra reunions as long as they were able to attend
  • USE CANBERRA CA70 Posted on January 13, 2020 04:17 pm Name: Richard A. Bater
    Location: Jersey Shore PA.17740

    Comments: Looking for a 1969 cruise book. Any help,I would be thankful. Thank You
  • Remembering The Canberra Posted on January 8, 2020 12:07 pm Name: Leonard Womack
    Location: San Diego

    Comments: My dad (Radioman Roger Womack) served on the USS Canberra during the Vietnam War. As a child I was lucky enough to go on a dependents cruise out of San Diego during which I got a snapshot of life on the Canberra. While out to sea there was a demonstration of the fire power of the ship. As I recall the ship rolled a bit with each shot and I couldn't have been more impressed! My father passed long ago but always spoke fondly of his time on the Canberra and their extended cruise.
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