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I was posted to Speing Island LORAN Station in 1976-1978 as a Radio Operator. I was single and age 20-22. Iā€™m looking for more pictures and stories from people that were posted there, for the possibility of writing a memoir. Thank you! Lana

Lana Graham (nee Hartland)
1/6/2020 12:00:00 AM


Nice to hear from some of you guys crom Attu. My name is joseph I would have been an Et 3 during my time on ATTU in the 1971 TO 1972 timeframe. Definitely remember petty officers Durante, Eyestone, Mcdonald and Jeffers, Loran C senior techs. XO was CWO Weitzel. ETC was Burkley.

Alfred Joseph
1/1/2020 12:00:00 AM


Contact me @ darylwg@comcast.net

Daryl Gutierres
12/28/2019 12:00:00 AM


Kargabarun, Turkey Mar ā€˜73 - Mar ā€˜74. Looking through this site brought back many great memories. The base was on the beautiful coast of the Sea of Marmara several hours east of Istanbul. We had the best cook on the planet! Also, the local food was fabulous. I can still smell and taste the freshly baked bread in the local towns. Thanks to the USCG for the incredible experience!

Daryl Gutierres
12/28/2019 12:00:00 AM


Came back to this site to reboot some of the misplaced items in memory while preparing a note about 160 mtr band to forward to W1ZR.

KD6GT
12/14/2019 12:00:00 AM


I was an ET2 on Talampulan for the year 1953. Donald LeRoy Turner - 295-556. Found this page. Lots of memories. Remember some names from then, but not all.

Roy Turner
11/27/2019 12:00:00 AM


I was station on Kure 76-77, I had a different name then, ET1 (may have been ET2) Sczepczenski.LOVED every minute of it, had the best time with a bunch of guys that were like brothers. Skipper Jerry was especially a inflounce in my life . Wish I could do it all over ! SKI

Pete Spencer
11/11/2019 12:00:00 AM


I was Commanding Officer at Tarumpitao from August 1956 to August 1957. Anyone who served with me please call to say hello at (305)673-3000.

Marvin Weinstein
9/24/2019 12:00:00 AM


Hello, I just wanted to say, my Father worked for Holmes and Narver from 1953 -1958 as a civilian welder during the nuclear testings. Seeing these pictures really tug at my heart. Dad has been gone since 1981. Thank you very much.

Sharon
9/19/2019 12:00:00 AM


Was @ Wake in 1974-1965 installing the USAF version of the VORTAC, replacing the FAA model RTC-1. Fillipinos were techs at that time and there was an elderly ham radio op there, I think his call sign was KW6HF...can anybody confirm that? I do not know his name. History off at JB Elemendof checked history files and says no hams found, but I know he was there cause he made phone patch for me to my sweetheart in Virgina, anyone remember?

Randall Melton
9/3/2019 12:00:00 AM


    

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