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  • Registration Posted on August 19, 2010 05:48 pm Name: Mike Grant

    Comments: I served on the Canberra as a MM2 from June 1965-May 1969 in the forward engine room.
  • Ship's Crew Posted on August 17, 2010 11:50 pm Name: David L Hicks
    Location: Cleveland, TN

    Comments: First CAG-2 crew; 1956, B-div. 9 months
    in boiler room #2. After the Canberra to the USS Ranger, CVA 61. If I recall, 28 shipmates came off the Canberra to the Ranger from the Eng. Dept.
  • Crew Member Posted on August 11, 2010 01:54 pm Name: Bill Nulty

    Comments: Served from 1961-1963 in "B" Division #4 fireroom. Looking for any BT's that remember the air conditioning we had down there. LOL
  • Agent Oeange Exposure Posted on August 5, 2010 08:15 pm Name: Q. Smith
    Location: Brandon, Florida

    Comments: 1966 and 67 Canberra has been added to the list of ships that may have been exposed to Agent Orange. But we had Asbestos Exposure everywhere on the ship. Some thing
    you may want to look into.
    Asbestos= Mesothelioma
  • Albert Scibelli Posted on August 4, 2010 01:19 pm Name: Andrew Delrossi
    Location: Springfield, MA

    Comments: Albert Scibelli (boatswain mate)

    My girlfriend's Grandfather served from 43-46 aboard this ship during WWII. He is still alive and would like to hear from his friends or their dependents.
  • Agent Orange Exposure Posted on August 3, 2010 01:17 pm Name: Don Carr
    Location: Florida

    Comments: I served as a radioman on the Canberra from 1967 through the decommissioning.
    Between Captains Rosenberg (Rosie's Raiders) and Captain Compton, the two would run us so close to shore firing that when we came about we were churning up mud. I know we were all exposed numbers of times. The VA however is NOT your friend and unless you can prove otherwise or show where your boots came ashore they fight.
    I am looking for anyone who served during that time who may have information.
    Thanks.....still fighting cancer.
  • Former Crew Member Posted on August 1, 2010 09:57 am Name: Marvin Lee
    Location: Dillon, SC

    Comments: Served in M Division in 61-63.
  • Former Crew Posted on July 29, 2010 04:27 pm Name: William M. Felt
    Location: Ocala, Fl.

    Comments: Served aboard from July 1966 to August 1967. Supply Division. Left service in September 1969 from the USS Hissem DER400.
  • Agent Orange Posted on July 29, 2010 11:38 am Name: Rick Hill
    Location: Florida

    Comments: Hi shipmates:
    I'm looking for Canberra Sailors that
    have agent orange presumptive conditions and were on the decomm
    crew(1969-1970), but did not do a WestPac.
    Rick Hill MRFN
  • Mustering in Posted on July 25, 2010 08:53 pm Name: Jones, Herschel
    Location: NC

    Comments: My brother Cooledge Jones and I both were on the Canberra in 1964. He was an SH2 and I was an MM1 (aft ER). My brother has since passed.
  • Looking For someone Posted on July 9, 2010 11:52 am Name: Joe Bevilacqua
    Location: Lodi, NJ

    Comments: Looking for Alvin Biegle, S-3 Division, 1963, worked in the laundry, hung out with Jones, and Hurst. Lived in NY City, wife's name is Patty, thanks, Welcome home.
  • My Dad Posted on July 9, 2010 11:40 am Name: Jeff Tumlin
    Location: Akron, Ohio

    Comments: My Dad, Thomas M. Tumlin, served on the U.S.S. Canberra during the Cuban Missile Crisis in '62. He passed away this year on 4/16/2010. I believe he was a second class petty officer in electronic countermeasures. I'd sincerely appreciate it if anyone who knew my dad & has a good story about him could contact me at
  • Phil Brance joins Supreme Commander Posted on July 8, 2010 10:08 pm Name: Richard Ferguson
    Location: OK

    Comments: I have just learned, after a couple years of loosing track of him, that my long time friend and shipmate Phillip S. Brance passed away on 10/15/2007. Phil served in the OI division and joined the ship sometime in 1964 making the ships first WestPac deployment; he was discharged as an RD3 in July 1966 after the ship returned from the second WestPac deployment.
  • My Dad Posted on July 2, 2010 09:24 am Name: Diane Grayson ODonnell

    Comments: Hello,
    I am looking for anyone who served with my dad on the Canberra from 1943-1946. He passed away in 1995, but I would love to find out more about his naval career. His name was Raymond Grayson from Chelsea.
    Thank you!
  • Looking for shipmates Posted on June 29, 2010 02:17 pm Name: John E. Smith
    Location: Santa Maria, CA

    Comments: Looking for shipmates from 66-68 that might be having health problems, possibly from Agent Orange.
  • My Father Posted on June 22, 2010 09:23 pm Name: Bob Conboy
    Location: San Diego

    Comments: My father served aboard the Canberra
    during WW2. He worked in the engine room and survived the torpedo attack.
    Would love talking to anyone that may
    have known my dad.He died July 23, 1993.
    He was 69. A great man, a wonderful
    father. We all miss him greatly.
    God Bless
    Bob A. Conboy
  • Canberra Posted on June 20, 2010 03:31 pm Name: Robert M

    Comments: HI, I was on the Canberra 1959 thru 1960. Was an Aerographers Mate berthed in OI division. Was transferred off right after returning from world cruise. Bob Mfh6s
  • Posted on June 19, 2010 03:01 pm Name: Loyd Arnold
    Location: Brosely, MO

    Comments: Served on the USS Canberra during the Torpedo attack of 1944.
  • Just logging in. Posted on June 16, 2010 11:08 pm Name: Byron Beebe
    Location: Wesley Chapel, FL

    Comments: I was aboard Oct.61 to Nov. 63. E-Div.
  • Cox & Larimore Posted on June 9, 2010 07:32 pm Name: Seamon W. Bayles
    Location: North Carolina

    Comments: Trying to obtain e-mail address for Donald C. Smith, Newport News Va. at one time was last posted in 1999 don't know if he is still living or not.
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