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  • Posted on December 28, 2001 12:44 am Name: David Felt

    Comments: I am the Son of SK3 Bill Felt who served aboard the Canberra from 65-68. I was looking for some of his shipmates so he could get in touch.
  • Posted on December 9, 2001 03:45 pm Name: Louette LiGrisse
    Location: Chicago

    Comments: My father one of the men killed that day, Virgil Newton LiGrisse. Did anyone know him? Thanks
  • Posted on November 29, 2001 06:28 pm Name: Vernon Rising PRC USN Ret.
    Email: kittierising@cs.comin

    Comments: I would like to find CPO Malkayhe, served on cag21964-1966. Moke served as a CS1 and made chief aboard the Canberra. Contact Vernon Rising PRC at kittierising@cs.comin or phone 850 324 8390
  • Posted on November 26, 2001 04:33 pm Name: Ed Schattschneider

    Comments: N/A
  • Posted on November 15, 2001 07:32 pm Name: Joe Bevilaqua
    Location: Lodi NJ

    Comments: Correcting my e mail address have a nice turkey day ok gobble gobble
  • Posted on November 11, 2001 03:16 pm Name: Arnold Braund
    Location: Worldnet

    Comments: I served on this great ship from 1959 to 1962. OE division.
  • Posted on November 9, 2001 03:16 pm Name: RON VICTORINE
    Email: RONOR58@MSN.COM
    Location: POPLAR GROVE, IL

  • Posted on November 8, 2001 08:47 pm Name: Jerry Self
    Location: Katy, Texas

    Comments: I had signed in before but I am updating my e-mail address, which is above. Great site
  • Posted on October 28, 2001 10:02 am Name: Joe Bevilacqua
    Location: USA

    Comments: Just dropped by to say hi to all. Have a good day. Drop me a line anytime. Hey! Beavers, how r u doin? Remember sick bay days?
  • Posted on October 3, 2001 08:44 am Name: Bob Kelly
    Location: Tannrsville, PA

    Comments: As I former CAG-2 crewmember, I was delighted to see the photos. I wish there were more. Thanks for the memories.
  • Posted on September 21, 2001 02:42 am Name: Anthony Vaiasuso
    Location: Mountain Home AFB

    Comments: I found a Zippo cigarette lighter in my grandfathers garage. He owned a bar in San Diego and often found lighters left there. This one has the name Louis Hynes, USS Canberra, and the number 9448346 etched into it. If anyone knows how to contact him, I would like to return the lighter to its rightful owner.
  • Posted on September 20, 2001 09:27 pm Name: JIM ELLIOTT
    Location: Forney, Texas

    Comments: I was aboard the Canberra from Oct. 1966 to Nov. 1969. I was first in 3rd div. then moved to 6th div. gunners mate. I was there when the guys from the Boston painted there number 1 on us. There when we took the hits from shore batteries. Took her last ride under the Golden Gate, to Hunters Point. Was badly saddened when I found out she was scrapped. She was a great ship, and I have never forgotten her. Had some great times in the ports we visited, and still remember many of my friends. Would like to hear from some of them, like Robert M Turek and Jack T Kemmer. I have been watching this site for a while and it keeps getting better, thank for putting it together. Happy Days and Smooth Sailing.
  • Posted on September 13, 2001 06:30 am Name: Rod Samson
    Location: Gisborne, Victoria, Australia

    Comments: Very nice site and good links. The USS Canberra obviously has some sentimental attachment to Australians.
  • Posted on September 8, 2001 08:19 pm Name: William C. Streeks
    Location: Ventura, California

    Comments: To say I was very surprised to see a newspaper article about the Canberra reunion would be an understatement .I served about the can do in 62 and 63 as the ships artist. I worked out of the PIO office with Bill Shann JO2. Most of the artwork done during that period was mine. I made the Med cruise with her and had a blast. I would love to here from anyone who remembers the PIO staff and all those port pamphlets I drew. I must have drawn a thousand kangaroos over that time, including one of Admiral Pinney Kang. I hope to here from anyone soon. My web site is
  • Posted on August 7, 2001 02:45 pm Name: Smithwick, C. Glenn
    Location: 311 N. 8th Herington, Ks. 67449-1510

    Comments: USS Canberra 1966-1969; Missile Fire Control; FM Division
  • Posted on July 26, 2001 03:24 pm Name: Jim Finamore
    Location: Northport, NY

    Comments: 3"50/5"38 Gunner in 6th Div. from '62 till '66. Looking for Dan King, Ron Boswell, and John or William Dorsey. If anyone knows them, please pass the word.
  • Posted on July 13, 2001 10:38 pm Name: Phil Gilbert
    Location: Southern Vermont

    Comments: I was a crewman on USS Little Rock CLG-4. I'm Looking for Ron Hoffman Radarman aboard Canberra in 1959.
  • Posted on July 3, 2001 06:34 pm Name: Brintha Clarke Gibson
    Location: Roanoke, Virginia

    Comments: My father, Robert M. Clarke, CEM was one of the 23 men killed when torpedo hit October 13, 1944. I was 2 years old at the time. He is buried in Arlington Cemetery. If anyone knew my father I would love to hear from you.
  • Posted on July 2, 2001 09:24 pm Name: Clarke W. Gibson
    Location: Bedford, Virginia

    Comments: My grandfather, Robert Monroe Clarke, CEM served on the U.S.S. Canberra during WW II. He was one of the 23 men who lost their lives during the Japanese attack on October 13, 1944. If anyone knew him or has any information about him, please contact me. This is a wonderful site. Although I never knew my grandfather, I feel closer to him by reading the information presented here. I was especially moved by the poem by George S. Korey and the painting by Richard W. DeRosset and the photograph of the jagged hole the torpedo created. Thanks to all the Heroes who served with him.
  • Posted on June 26, 2001 12:19 pm Name: Fred Hodge
    Location: Camarillo, CA

    Comments: N/A
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