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Below is a listing of Navy duty stations
which I've had the privilege of serving at:

NTC Bainbridge, Maryland March 1943

USS Teaberry (AN-34) March 1943 - 1945

USNH's Everett, WA & Chelsea, MA January 1946
(medical discharge)

Maine Air National Guard, Camp Keyes, Augusta, ME

Navy ORG. SURFACE DIV 8-49, Tulsa, OK

***Returned to active duty 1955***

ahoy, mateys!

Receiving Station, Naval Station Charleston, SC 1955

USS Saratoga (CVA-60) Pre-commissioning,
Naval Base, Newport, RI

USS Saratoga (CVA-60) Plank owner, Brooklyn Navy Yard,
Brooklyn, NY. Ship placed in commission '56.

JO "A" School, Great Lakes, IL 1956

NAS Kingsville, TX 1957-1958

NAS Corpus Christi, TX 1958-1960

ComCruDesFlot THREE, Long Beach 1959-1962

ComCruDesFlot THREE flag shiften from the destroyer tenders
Frontier, Bryce Canyon, Hamul, cruisers Topeka and Oklahoma City.
(We also shifted our flag to the guided missile destroyer
King (DLG10) in San Diego while I was there
performing exercises off the coast of California.
I served as Navy liaison in providing still photos
for the building of studio props used in filming
the TV series (Hennessey), (Ensign O'Toole)
and (The Real McCoys) and coordinated other technical
assistance as requested from the Hollywood
Television and Motion Picture Industry.

ahoy, mateys!

FHTNC Great Lakes 1962-1963

NAS Chase Field, Beeville, TX 1963-1965

Defense Information School, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN
Attended and graduated in 1966 from the
Department of Defense Information School,
Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN where the first
Basic Information Officers Course was established
for military public information officers.

Naval Station Keflavik, Iceland &
Armed Forces Radio & Television Station
Editor, White Falcon. 1967-1968

USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) 1969

NAMTRAGRUP Headquarters, NAS Memphis, TN 1969

1st Naval District Headquarters, Boston, MA 1969-1973
where I retired with ceremonies on board
USS Constitution "Old Ironsides",
the oldest Navy ship still on active duty.

ahoy, mateys!

Guess that's about it for the Navy career!
Sure was alot of fun, hard work and dedication.
Serving my country for my fellow Americans
was both a privilege and an honor.
(Pictures coming soon!)

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