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Keith Hedley , Manager Membership and Donations for the USS Hornet gave me a tour of the ship and personally had my flag flown on board the ship , we will discuss the Hornet, mutual sea stories, flag flying stories. Two old salts sharing stories
All old sailors are welcome to join in
flag flown 8-2-13 on board USS Hornet
The Israelis attack on the USS Liberty in 1967 is one of the most blatant acts of war ever happening on an American ship especially by a supposedly "friendly" country. Why did this happen? Why does there seem to be a coverup even after all these years? We will be discussing these issues and play some interesting interviews.
A small group of Los Angeles area vets of the USS Chicago. Cg-11 gather to share sea stories, tales of good vs evil, how we defeated communism, saved the world, and still got the girl , or any other good sea stories. ifyou were a shipmate on USS Chicago CG-11 and live local to the Local Los Angeles are you are welcome to meet me at Heritage PARK in Santa Fe Springs or call in from 1100 to 1200 Saturday 12-14-13 Thank ALL of you for your Service all are welcome t
USS Chicago CG-11 almost unknown war story in Korea as told by Neil Klienman (68) Neil Kleinman Was born in Utah but grew up in Denver, Colorado. Graduated from Denver East High in 1962 and joined the Navy shortly after graduation. Went to boot camp in San Diego and also Fire Control A school in San Diego. Went to Fire Control C school at Mare Island, north of San Francisco. Served for a couple of months on the USS Oklahoma City, CLG-5 and then to the pre comissioning c
Mark Wilson a shipmate from the USS Chicago CG-11 get together to tell sea stories about anchors, painting anchors, the Chicago, Westpac, and flag flying, just two old sailors telling sea stories All you Chicago vets are invited to join in http://www.blogtalkradio.com/techstoryteller/2013/10/12/mark-wilson-uss-chicago-cg-11 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2013/10/12/mark-wilson-uss-chicago-cg-11-p2BM2 Mark Wilson served from 1976 to 1984 USS CHICAGO CG-11,
Mark Wilson a shipmate from the USS Chicago CG-11 get together to tell sea stories about anchors, painting anchors, the Chicago, Westpac, and flag flying, just two old sailors telling sea stories All you Chicago vets are invited to join in Mark Wilson a shipmate from the USS Chicago CG-11 get together to tell sea stories about anchors, painting anchors, the Chicago, Westpac, and flag flying, just two old sailors telling sea stories All you Chicago vets are in
Today we will talk with David Rajkovich Executive director of the USS Lucid restoration project
USS Lucid is in Stockton CA
David Rajkovich is the Director of the Stockton Historical Maritime Museum
Joining us will be Jack Frost, A volunteer who restored the sickbay. Mr. Frost was an Independent Duty Corpsman who served On Board USS Gallant, Earned his Medical Service Commission and retired has a LCDR after 26 years. I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Frost when I visited the Lucid in August
Anyone out there a minesweep sailor?
This should be fun and as always I invite all to listen thank you
As with most concepts and good ideas, you really don't know what you need and how you need to do it until you put Sailors to task and head to sea.
The idea of an Afloat Forward Staging Base has, in a variety of forms, been a regular part of naval operations arguably for centuries under different names and with different equipment.
What about the 21st Century? More than just a story about the use and utility of the AFSB concept, the story of the USS PONCE is larger than that - it also has a lot to say about how one can quickly turn an old LPD around for a new mission, and how you can blend together the different but complementary cultures of the US Navy Sailors and the Military Sealift Command civilian mariners.
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will Captain Jon P. Rogers, USN, former Commanding Officer of the USS PONCE AFSB(I)-15.
I just wanted to share my thoughts about the fourth of July , adventures of my flag, my summer vacation and just thoughts in general
call it the urge to broadcast
“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
?Benjamin Franklin, Memoirs of the life & writings of Benjamin Franklin
“Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one."
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”Ronald Reagan
This week on The Ruckus, Jeandra LeBeauf of BadCulture.net and Ryan Bivins aka SweetBoxing are joined by new USBA heavyweight champion Steve Cunningham fresh off his thrilling victory last Saturday against Amir Mansour in Philadelphia.
Also on deck, last minute chat on the upcoming Pacquiao vs. Bradley bout, Lara vs. Canelo and what this does to Ishe Smith, and more.
The show goes live at 8PM PT. Listen in and call-in to speak with Cunningham.
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