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Stopped at Angissoq, Loran Station, Greenland on 28 June 1967 on the CGC Edisto. Supplied the station with vegetables and other comestibles via help. Enroute to Sondrestrom Fjord and north to Qaanaaq which which my wife and I visited last summer.

Douglas Bates
3/23/2020 12:00:00 AM


Looking for guys from years 1966 and 1967 have not been able to contact anyone looklng for years@ 1967 omor

John Vallad
3/17/2020 12:00:00 AM


Nice update for the Tan My station. Thanks for the addition of the Don Anderson and official CG photos. Thanks Tom- Bill

Tom Orr
3/14/2020 12:00:00 AM


Served as EM3 from April 68 till May of 69 and was part of the decommissioning crew after Kadafi overthrew the government.

Robert (Bob) Bailey
2/21/2020 12:00:00 AM


I was stationed at US Coast Guard Air Station in Naples, Italy from March of 1967 through August of 1968. Our mission was to deliver supplies to all of the Loran stations around the Med including La Coruña, Spain in the NW corner of Spain. One excition flight was to Tripoli, Libya to refuel on the Tuesday immediately after the close of The Six Day War. It was tough duty but someone had to do it. Best duty ever! Bryan Elsner Former AT2 USCG

Bryan Elsner
2/12/2020 12:00:00 AM


I was posted to Speing Island LORAN Station in 1976-1978 as a Radio Operator. I was single and age 20-22. I’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


Kargabarun, Turkey Mar ‘73 - Mar ‘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


Contact me @ darylwg@comcast.net

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


    

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