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From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank Chief Bart and all the crew members who were involved in the rescue.
My father was stationed aboard the USS Joseph Strauss back in the 1970's. i'm not sure of the exact years he was aboard the uss joseph strauss. i don't know what rank or division be belonged to. he really wanted to look through his navy yearbook before he died but noone in the family could find it. thank you.name: Theodore (Ted) Denningemail: [email protected]: Monday, May 27, 2002Time: AMI served on the Joe from 1964/1966, co's were W. My brother was on the joe too, dave stevens, anyone from around that time frame. I remember guys like Tim Wittington from South Carolina, Crazy Cosmo from New Jersey (I think).
Madman and Myself were the controllers, Green Lizards were the Squardon.name: william "big guns" shankemail: [email protected]: Sunday, April 14, 2002Time: AMJust wanted to say Hi to everyone out there I was aboard ship from 10/65 to 8/69. 1970 when the ship returned from the West Pac Cruise. Hope to see some people from M Divison or hear from them.
I have talk to few shipmates in the time i have left the ship. any one out there please send me a email would like to hear from you. My older brother, Dave Stephens was alson on board, he was and EM. God Bless American and Long Live the USS Joseph Strauss (DDG-16).
It would be wonderful to hear from any one that remembers me or that served with me at that time. I am originally from Lake Worth, Florida but have since moved to Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Lemail: [email protected] Date: Sunday, July 22, 2001Time: PMJust to let you know Smokin Joe was given that name in the late sixties and early seventy's because of her constant habit of smoking black when enterring port.
Sincerely, James Galbraithname: Bennett Charles L.email: [email protected] Date: Sunday, July 22, 2001Time: PMI served on the Strauss from 8 of 71 until jan of 75. I and the rest of "B" division did all we could to ensure the name would survive.