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  • Posted on October 26, 2000 11:22 pm Name: Lou Richardson (Rich)
    Location: Chicago now in California

    Comments: Comments: 1960-1962, E DIV, IC3. Looking for Henry Medina and William Gilford.
  • Posted on October 22, 2000 04:00 pm Name: Charlie Parr
    Location: Colorado

    Comments: Send me as much information on the reunion as you have. Thank you.
  • Posted on October 20, 2000 03:26 am Name: Victor Cruz
    Location: NJ

    Comments: I'm a former GMM2 (SW) (SAR) in the good old US Navy. Just taking a look at some of the best built ships ever made. I collect photo's of old ships. Great site. Keep up the good work.
  • Posted on October 10, 2000 08:17 pm Name: STEVEAN E. IRVING

  • Posted on September 27, 2000 01:25 am Name: Angelo (Andy) Onorato
    Location: Fairfax, Virginia

    Comments: Hello Shipmates and Guests, I am proud to be an original plank owner on the USS Canberra (CAG 2). In 1956, transferred from USS Mississippi to the USS Canberra (pre commission) at the Philadelphia Shipyard. Served in the OI Division with some great shipmates and pals and have very fond memories of my service on this great ship. I would love to hear from some of my shipmates and buddies. Great site. I regret not learning about the alumni association sooner. Would definitely have attended the 1999 reunion in VA. Smooth sailing to one and all. Andy RD2 (CAG 2)
  • Posted on September 26, 2000 08:03 pm Name: Steve Murray
    Location: Holbrook, NY

    Comments: Checking out the Naval Ships Ring. I'm a member of the USS Forestall CV-59 Association. I'm always interested in learning about Naval History and the ships that made it.
  • Posted on September 17, 2000 09:40 am Name: Rose Cawley
    Location: Stoke on Trent, England

    Comments: Come across you looking for HMS Duke of York very interesting and well documented articles.
  • Posted on September 3, 2000 08:31 pm Name: Ron Boorsma
    Location: Grand Rapids, MI

    Comments: I served on the Canberra in H Div from April 1961 til Sept 1963. I have great memories of 3 Med cruises with a great bunch of sailors.
  • Posted on August 31, 2000 11:29 pm Name: Monte Swick
    Location: Pahrump, NV

    Comments: Wanted to see a picture of the ship I recommissioned in Philly. Monte
  • Posted on August 30, 2000 08:57 am Name: Bud Palmer (H.O. Palmer, BM3)
    Location: Colorado (originally Ohio)

    Comments: On the Canberra, 2nd Div. (64-66), OL Div. (66-67).......I hope one of my shipmates can answer this question, I was sitting in the OL Div. compartment the morning we took the hit in ' 67 and the starboard side bulkhead opened up and the shrapnel went everywhere hitting at least one of my guys, but I never did hear what hit us?? To my recollection, we were steaming with our portside toward the shore and if this is true, how did a shore battery hit the starboard side? Maybe one of you guys out there knows the answer. It might have said how in the cruise book, but although I ordered and paid for a book, I did not receive it, maybe because I got discharged in early August and the yeoman responsible for mailing made a mistake. If anyone out there has an extra copy of the cruise book and would mind parting with it, I'd be glad to purchase it. Or, if anyone would like to loan me their copy to view, I guarantee a prompt return at my expense. Thanks in advance for any answers and go Buckeyes and Broncos.
  • Posted on July 19, 2000 05:28 pm Name: Van Gardner
    Location: Smyrna, GA

    Comments: I was an FT2 in Guided Missile Training Unit 21 on the USS Mississippi. If I had shipped over I would have gone to the Boston or Canberra. I would like to hear from anyone who knows what kind of Fire Control Computers that were used on the Boston or Canberra. Van Gardner
  • Posted on June 27, 2000 09:30 pm Name: Bernie Alvey
    Location: Elizabeth, IN

    Comments: I served on the USS Canberra CAG-2 form 1960-64 Fox Golf Div
  • Posted on June 25, 2000 08:44 pm Name: Don Bromm
    Location: Westwood, NJ

    Comments: SK2-served aboard from 6/62 to 7/63. Many happy memories.
  • Posted on June 7, 2000 02:21 pm Name: Jim 'Foulbore' Finamore
    Location: Northport, LI, NY

    Comments: On board 11/62--9/66 in the 6th div. Any gunners mates out there, give me a shout.
  • Posted on May 30, 2000 01:57 pm Name: AWCM Stuart A. Guyette, USN Ret
    Location: San Diego, CA (Spofford, NH)

    Comments: Eldest son of Ronald T. (Buddy) Guyette who served on the Canberra during WWII. Served in the US Navy 1964 to 1990.
  • Posted on May 25, 2000 05:49 pm Name: Wendall Hubbard
    Location: Inglewood,CA BWO St. Marys, GA

    Comments: Really neat site, am real glad to find it. I was aboard "Kan DO" from 11/65-4/68 2nd Div. Would really be interested in hearing from any shipmates I may have served with.
  • Posted on May 2, 2000 09:12 am Name: Bud Palmer
    Location: Colorado (formally Ohio)

    Comments: Great site....on the Do from 64-67...2nd div. and then OL. Anyone know Poythress or Shorter from 2nd div. in those days? Be glad to hear from any old shipmates.
  • Posted on April 29, 2000 10:34 pm Name: Andrew Ruggiero
    Email: Andrewcag2@
    Location: Bellmore, New York

    Comments: I never knew of the reunions until I went on line. I was on board when Canberra was recommissioned in Philly. I left Canberra when we were on the med. cruise. I left when we were in Barcelona, Spain. I have many beautiful memories of the Kan-do-Kangaroo. I will never forget them.
  • Posted on April 22, 2000 11:54 pm Name: Terry Koper
    Location: Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

    Comments: My respects to all those who ever served aboard the Canberra. I called fire for a number of cruisers and destroyers and was witness to their devastating toll on the enemy and the immense relief it provided Marines. Thank you for being there. -- I am a former Marine Naval Gunfire Spotter (3rd Btn/11th Marines & ANGLICO) and am curious about the Canberra's action off Vietnam in 1965-66. I also am curious about the action of the USS St. Paul and a number of destroyers on station off Vietnam while I was a gunfire spotter. I called fire from a number of those ships, the names of which I can no longer remember, except the Canberra, the St. Paul and a couple of destroyers.. Thanks for any information anyone can provide.
  • Posted on April 6, 2000 06:18 pm Name: Jim Yaeger
    Location: MN/WI/LA/GA

    Comments: I was aboard from '60-'62 in OE div. Many good memories and friends that I am still talking to. Great ship, wasn't she?!?!?!
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