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01 Jan 2003
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Wow! Since I am living in the past at this moment. I served on the Alamo from May 1965 - Sept. 1967. My discharge signed by N.J. Walter. I sent some photos that were scanned, but not best, after all thirty plus years does take it toll on photo's. Who remembers the Alamo with the hole in it's side? See it's still for sale as well. Drams of the good times. Happy New Year's all!


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04 Jan 2003
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Just wanted to say HI and Happy New year to all. Greg B


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05 Jan 2003
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Hi All and Happy New Years, Great job on the Website Dwight Kaiser B Div, Oil King. Plus I still have my Hero of the Alamo Plague. USS Alamo 64-67. Oink if you see this email dwisan@earthlink.net


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05 Jan 2003
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HEY ALAMO HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.JOHNNY DE.3RD DIV.GM 56TO58 ANYBODY NO WHAT HAPPENED TO SAM WOLFE ONE GOOD MAN AND GUNNERSMATE.


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10 Jan 2003
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To all you Seaman out there looking for the where-abouts of one Richard F. Jarka who was aboard Your ship during the 60`s,I`m his older brother Edward Jarka you can contact me at FLYBOY2001@MILITARY.COM , RICHARD JARKA has requested to me too contact your website and for me to give out his WHEREABOUTS as he is looking for his BUDDY`s, My brother has no Computer at his disposal but I`ve been after him to get one but he`s a little hesitant on getting one. ANYWAYS CONTACT ME AT FLYBOY2001@MILITARY.COM and I`ll get his info back too you,. ED JARKA- FLYBOY2001@MILITARY.COM


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17 Jan 2003
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Looking to attend my first reunion 2004, great web site. Thanks for your hard work putting this together. Roger Mize 62-65


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20 Jan 2003
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I was wearing my ALAMO cap , as I like to do alot,and was coming out of Kaiser med. ctr. last week . A man asked me if I had been on the Alamoand that he had been on a ship stationed out of Hawaii. He said that the Alamo had run into his ship, when he was onboard it. Question: Can anybody tell me if this did happen.

Thanks


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20 Jan 2003
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Hey Bubbas, I'm fixing to mail out USS ALAMO ASSOC. membership cards to all current in their dues. I'll make up and send out the others as I receive dues. If I miss you , don't hesitate to holler at me.

from Gary W. Moss


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22 Jan 2003
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My suggestion for the next reunion: San Antonio, Tx. where the ship's namesake is located or Fredericksburg, Tx, just up the road from San Antonio and where the Adm Nimitz museum is located. A dedication for a ship's plaque can be arranged at the museum. Lots of other ships have done that. Lou Garza, USN,ret


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29 Jan 2003
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In regards to the query posted on 20 January 2003 asking to verify a collision caused by the ALAMO; yes it has happened. I was aboard the ALAMO (70-74) and during a refuel at sea we lost steering and ran into the oiler. I'm not sure which oiler but I'm thinking the ASHTABULA. I also believe pictures are in the ALAMO's cruise book of '72. As far as collisions, we also ran into the pier in Da Nang, punching a hole in the side. A Vietnamese pilot didn't negotiate the clearance. The Ht's welded it up and the deck force painted a band-aid over the hole.

Gary R. Belding SM1 (ret)


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11 Feb 2003
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I was on the Alamo from July 58 to May of 62. I was an ET in OPS. Glad to here from shipmates. Ken Lundemo lundemok@ftscpac.navy.mil


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28 Feb 2003
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Hello Fellow Shipmates, I can't beleive I have found a website for the Alamo. It sure brings back some good times. (1970-1973) RM2 Keith Beairsto. I would like to find out more from my shipmates. My email is sixbears33@hotmail.com . Life has been good, keep your powder dry.


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10 Mar 2003
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what i remember most about the alamo is the crabs and the gays


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29 Mar 2003
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How depressing that last comment before this ,sent in on MARCH 10. I don't believe anybody that had been on the Alamo can't have any good memories of their time spent on the ship. I had a really good 3 years on Alamo . No crabs or gays. Hope everybody enjoys life and pray for our service people to come home safe. GOD BLESS AMERICA.

Keith Brooker FT3 (1957-1960)


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30 Mar 2003
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Is there anybody that was on th Pacific cruise in the years between 1957 to 1961 out there I would like to hear from you guys?


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31 Mar 2003
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I was on Alamo for two WESTPAC cruises from 1957 to 1961.The shipmate of 20 Mar.2003 that wanted to hear from someone that was on Alamo at that time. As for the comment made on 10 Mar.2003 i agree with Keith Brooker. When i was on the ALAMO it was a clean ship.We had a good crew and even a few good officers.I was in (M) Div. or what the deck apes called a snipe.What ever i was proud to serve on the ALAMO. HARKCOM MM2


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09 May 2003
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GREAT WEB SITE!


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09 May 2003
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GREAT WEB SITE!


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09 May 2003
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LET ME TRY THIS AGAIN, DARN COMPUTERS! GRAET WEB SITE! I WAS ON THE ALAMO FROM '82 TO '85, MADE THE WEST-PAC IN '84. I WAS IN B-DIV AS OIL KING. GREAT MEMORIES. FN DWYER. GREAT TO SEE ALL WHO WERE PROUD TO SERVE ON THE MIGHTY MO! MY E-MAIL ADDRESS dwyer_b@earthlink.net LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY ONE FROM THAT TIME.


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17 May 2003
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Hi shipmates, Any more news on when in 2004 we are going to have our ALAMO reunion in Vegas ? I know a lot of us want to go. It should be a good time. Protect our troops and God Bless America.

Keith Brooker FT 3 (57-60)


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23 May 2003
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Did not even know you had an association. I was OPS Boss on Alamo from 86-88.

Captain Don Inbody, USN


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30 May 2003
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Hay out there to all the old sea dog's. saw my 21 birtheay onboard her WAS ...joe evans bt-3 68-69 usnr NOW ...just old joe Good job Gary


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02 Jun 2003
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Hey ship mates where are you? I was on board from 79-82. MR2 HANSEN E-Mail (hansen@nnex.net)


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03 Jun 2003
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HT2 Vince Lunsford,I was on the "mighty MO" from '82 to'86.Looking for any crew members during that time. Especially "R" Division.


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03 Jun 2003
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HT2 Lunsford again, forgot to leave my e-mail address:vincentdepaul1@juno.com


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05 Jun 2003
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Geez, I can't believe it! A website dedicated to the Alamo. Don't wanna rain on the old guys parade, but it musta been the most "stoned" ship in the navy when I served on her. Great times and great buddies nevertheless. I served aboard Alamo from mid-77 to 1980. My friends called me "Pearl." Hope all are doing well.


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07 Jun 2003
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it was great it has been so long i was on board 1964to1967 my name al belcher [ e ] address abelcher@lh.org


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07 Jun 2003
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it was great it has been so long i was on board 1964to1967 my name al belcher [ e ] address abelcher@lh.org


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10 Jun 2003
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enjoyed the site where are all the plank owners? ray geary mmcs ret plank owner 56_57


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7/16/2003
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Hey shipmates, This is to the Alamo webmaster. I enjoy going on line every few weeks to see if any new comments. I find it would be more covent to have the newer entrys to be put on the top and not have to scroll down everytime to bottom to see what is new. If it is possible to do this thanks. Keith Brooker FT 3 (57-60)


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7/22/2003
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Served aboard the Alamo for 4 1/2 years from 79-82. Can't believe it is still floating. Many good and bad memories. People I remember are; Sasquatch, Wild man, Randy, Snake(Mitch), Raymond, Reedy, Hanson, Picot, Wall, Lucky, Webb, and a lot of other great Engineering types. Sorry if I forgot your name, if you remember me you know why I can't remember much. email - peter.enge@exeloncorp.com


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7/22/2003
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Hey gang. I served on the Mo from 87-90. Looks like I am one of the younger members. Am I eligible for a reunion? Anyone from the Mo living here in North Texas? Email me zeuss34@yahoo.com Thanks


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7/28/2003
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NOTE: To those of you who are curious regarding the fate of the Alamo. The Alamo was decommissioned 2 Nov 1990 and loaned the same day to the Brazilian Navy as Rio de Janeiro. The former USS Alamo sold to Brazil on 8/12/00: 1 Thomaston Class Docking Ship (USS Alamo, LSD-33) as Excess Defense Articles for the sum of $19,405,000. "Pearl"


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7/29/2003
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Crew list: CHANGE OF ADDRESS( 7710 )TO 17710 RAUL A RODRIGUEZ 17710 S. MARTHA AVE CERRITOS, CA 90703


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8/7/2003
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8/7/03 I served on alamo 79-80 in B DIV Im BT3(SW) STEVE MARTIN alamo brengs back all kinds of happy &sad times if Yall rember me ILL see Yall SteveXirBTrr@aol.com


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8/11/2003
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On board NOV 60 - JUN 62. McLaughlin, 1st Div


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8/11/2003
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On board NOV 60 - JUN 62, 1st Div, Retired PCC McLaughlin OCT 82


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8/11/2003
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On board NOV 60 - JUN 62, 1st Div, Retired PCC McLaughlin OCT 82 emmail: g.mclaughlin@sbcglobal.net


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8/12/2003
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As a crew member of the Alamo from '78-'80, I'll be adding my name to the data base soon. I don't see any names from B-Div from that time frame in the crew list, so I guess I'll be the first! :o] JNelle


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8/13/2003
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Lookin' for some shipmates from the '77-'80 timeframe. Mostly EMs; F.G. Humphries, Jesse Machado, Phil Cox, Les Roberts (OS). Get in touch! pearlbuzz@earthlink.net


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8/16/2003
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Congratulations on an excellent website. As a Lieutenant in the Marine Corps and Tank Platoon Commander of BLT 3/26, I was embarked with my platoon aboard the Alamo from May 5 to June 19, 1969, backloading and offloading at Deep Water Pier in Danang. Also aboard were the Ontos Platoon, Amtrac Platoon, and Whiskey Battery (4.2-inch mortars)of the BLT. The Alamo was at the time part of Amphibious Ready Group Bravo, also consisting of the Valley Forge (LPH 8) and the Paul Revere (APA 248).(There may have also been an LST in the ARG, the name of which I don't recall.) In the Alamo’s well deck, two of our tanks were "pre-loaded" in two LCM-8s floating in the well deck forward of the ship’s LCU, and two LARCs. Forward of the Mike boats were 10 amtracs, then our three other tanks, then five Ontos. We were very well treated and enjoyed our brief stay with a very professional group of people, who made every effort to welcome us. I fondly remember that period and have described it to my young sons. I can clearly picture many of the Navy personnel I met and worked with but unfortunately can not recall any names....with one exception: wasn't the Captain of the ship at that time a Captain Harris, a Naval Aviator, as I recall? I would enjoy hearing from anyone who may remember me from those days. (I wore wire-rimmed glasses and was nicknamed "Tanks" by the Engineering Officer.) Kent Hughes kenthughes1@aol.com


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8/26/2003
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I was on the Alamo in 1966 as part of a BLT. I was a cpl.U.S.M.C, radio relay com.co. 3/5 1stmardiv. I had a 3/4 ton truck with a radio shelter mounted on the back, and a trialor with two generators. Operations deckhouse 1&2,Nathan hale and hastings. I remember refueling at sea and yelling charge when the line were being shot over to the port side. It was always great back loading to the Alamo in viet nam. It was 3 months I will always remember. Semper Fi Norman weinrebe papabearnjw@rcn.com


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8/26/2003
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I was on the Alamo in 1966 as part of a BLT. I was a cpl.U.S.M.C, radio relay com.co. 3/5 1stmardiv. I had a 3/4 ton truck with a radio shelter mounted on the back, and a trialor with two generators. Operations deckhouse 1&2,Nathan hale and hastings. I remember refueling at sea and yelling charge when the line were being shot over to the port side. It was always great back loading to the Alamo in viet nam. It was 3 months I will always remember. Semper Fi Norman weinrebe papabearnjw@rcn.com


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8/31/2003
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Thanks for the lift and the Hospitality. California, to Hawaii, to Subic Bay, to Mekong Delta for amphib landing and 12 day operation; back to SubicBay (for repairs on Port side during refueling ripped about a two ft x 100 foot gash right thru our quarters) back to Vietnam for 2nd amphibious landing 1 week near Dmz back to Alamo and offload in ChuLai. 6Feb1966- 5/1966 Who was the crazy bastard that use to run thru at night hollering "Marines Suck" did that every night til we went up and closed the hatch that exited our level up to the next level. He got away but not without a headache. Great Chow, lousy rack, and a wild typhoon. Olongapo, what a trip! Peace my Swabbie Brothers Sargent Gary Keith, Houston, Texas 3rd Platoon Charlie Company 1/5 Marines 713/463-8082


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8/31/2003
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I just found ALAMO web page. I was on 70/71.Boilerman Just seen message from Gary R Belding. I was on Alamo when we hit peir in DaNang. My name is Doug Holland. Have been looking for a John McNeely from Michigan. Also a machinest from Kinta ,OK. I'm from Hoyt OK. Would like to here from anyone who might know of these people. Osage Doug @ aol . com


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9/1/2003
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HI ALL; I JUST FOUND THE CITE. I AM REGISTERED IN "CLASSMATES.COM". I SERVED FROM 1975-1979 QUARTERMASTER 2ND CLASS. MY NEPHEW JUST DID A FOUR YEAR STINT ON THE ANCHORAGE(LSD-36). MY SON IS IN THE ARMY 10TH SPECIAL FORCES AIRBORNE IN COLORADO. LOVED MY TIME ON ALAMO, WISH I HAD DONE A CAREER. MARTIN CROFT(socaldolfan13@yahoo.com)


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9/7/2003
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Hi shipmates, I am still hoping to find my best pal , John W. Fields Jr. , FT3. We were on Alamo 57-60 . Hope somebody knows of how to contact him, as I hope to see him again at our Las Vegas reunion. He worked in various ship yards after getting out of Navy in 1960.I think he was from Washington state area. Thanks Keith Brooker FT3


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9/9/2003
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Las Vegas Reunion 13,14,15 June 2004 Contact Virgil Sanchez at (702) 435-1351 lasvegasroadrunner@msn.com


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I CAME ON BOARD THE MIGHTY MO RIGHT OUT OF BOOT IN 65 STAYED ON BOARD UNTIL 67 WHEN I ASKED AND GOT SHORE DUTY IN NAM I WAS IN THE DECK DIVISION AND PAINTED A LOT OF THAT SHIP WHILE I WAS ON BOARD HAD FUN ON THE CRUISE IDID A LOT OF GROWING UP ON THE MIGHTY MO AND DONT REGRET ONE MOMENT NOT EVEN THE HANGOVERS OR THE BAR FIGHTS TO RECLAIM OUR BAR IN SUBIC MY NAME IS MONROE FARMER


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MY NAME IS MONROE FARMER. I CAME ON BOARD THE MIGHTY MO IN 65 RIGHT OUT OF BOOT STAYED ON BOARD TILL 67. AT THAT TIME I ASKED FOR AND GOT SHORE DUTY IN NAM 15 MILES INLAND AND 6 MILES FROM THE DMZ. I WAS A MEMBER OF THE DECK DIVISION AND I PAINTED A LOT OF THAT OLD SHIP WHILE I WAS ON BOARD. HAD FUN ON THE CRUISES DIDNT MIND THE HANG OVERS OR BAR FIGHTS TO RECLAIM OUR BAR IN SUBIC


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To ALL: I have today (9/17/03) started a Yahoo Group for the interactive benefit of all former Alamo shipmates. The URL is: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ussalamo/ It's a place where former crewmmembers can gather, reminisce and share experiences. This group forum is not meant to replace this excellent website, but to supplement and enhance its present capabilities. The group forum, which is not affiliated with this website (or the USS Alamo Association) in any way, is open to all former officers and crewmembers of the Alamo. I hope to see you all there, and hear many stories. Best Regards, John Wolfskill BTCS (Retired)


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19 Sep 2003
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Nice web site. I found it by accident. I was a crewmember form 1976 to December 1979. I will summit my stuff later. Fredrick Caudy


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19 Sep 2003
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hey a-gang! 80-82, mr.-e,juinor,wingnut,hope you guys are fine. rusty, randy good to talk with you from time to time. convict corner was hoot! 21 years ago counting, felt like we would never get out back then, wow how time goes nowday`s. ronnie rigle,walk and rest of a-gang hope you all find this site. wayne hanson


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22 Sep 2003
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Good to see an Alamo website at last! Well done to webmaster and Alamo Association. Gene Dayton ET in OI Divison 1965-1968. Vietnam cruises 1966, 67-68. Glad to correspond with shipmates of that period. g.dayton@cqu.edu.au


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25 Sep 2003
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Hi everyone I just found this site I was on the Alamo from 84 to 85 Boiler tech. My name is Pat O'Brien When I first came on board we just left for west pac if anyone was on that time let me know obrienp@nychhc.org


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02 Oct 2003
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I served on the Alamo from 1988 to 1990. Any BM's serving at that time period, from Wisconsin or Penn.drop me a line at GDPYDOG@AOL.COM


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05 Oct 2003
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EXCELLENT SITE, SERVED ON THE MIGHTY "MO" FROM 82-87 AND HAD THE BEST SKIPPER EVER, CAPT BERG. I HAVE NUMEROUS PHOTO'S FROM THE 84 CRUISE IF INTRESTED. DIFOLCO@RESOLUTE.NAVY.MIL


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07 Oct 2003
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Y'all check out the Reunion page for info on 13-15 June 2004 Las Vegas Reunion. Gary W. Moss sends


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08 Oct 2003
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Hi - Gary I have changed my email address, Dwight H. Kaiser old email was dwisan@earthlink and new email is dhkslk@cox.net Thanks and see you at the reunion Dwight


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11 Oct 2003
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Check out reunion dates / info under Alamo Reunion


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13 Oct 2003
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***** YOU ALL BE SURE TO GET YOUR FORMS SENT ***** IN SO WE CAN GET A COUNT OF WHO IS GOING ***** TO ATTEND THE 2004 ALAMO REUNION IN LAS ***** VEGAS. CALL, MAIL TO OR E-MAIL TO: VIRGIL SANCHEZ 4913 HILDAGO WAY LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 702-435-1351 lasvegasroadrunner@msn.com


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13 Oct 2003
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18 Oct 2003
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A great site and tribute to a great ship. I had the honor to serve on Alamo as XO in the '75 - '76 time frame. John Louk LCDR USN (Ret)


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24 Oct 2003
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Robert Maestas 69-70 passed away 10-20-03.Richard B.Hayes passed away 10-23-03.R.B.'s viewing 0900-1200 Palm Mort,Las Vegas,10-30-03,with burial at Veteran's Mem.Cemetary,Boulder City,NV,same date,1320.Request donation to Amer.Cancer Soc.in R.B.s name, rather than flowers. Will have them on Tap's List,soon. God bless them both.


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29 Oct 2003
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My name is Robert Edwards called (ED) I worked in #two engine room with Moss and Fifer. 1962 to 1966. I was wondering if anyone remembered a Mr. or Lt. Sellers? Anyone know his location or if he is still with us? I remember through my cousin, she set me up with Ms. Sellers and when I went to pick her up Mr. Sellers answered the door. We only dated that one time.


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02 Nov 2003
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If you can provide me with an email address I send a photo of LSD 33. It was taken in '65 either at White Beach, Okinawa or DaNang, RSVN. Hard to say which for certain. I was in the USMC, B Co !st AmTrac Bn headed for Nam on another vessel whose name I do not remember. Best Regards, Jim Seifert


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02 Nov 2003
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For anyone who may have questions for which other Alamo shipmates may have answers, I have recently setup a Yahoo Group for this purpose. You can click below to go directly there. The URL is: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ussalamo/ It's also a place where we can all go to share experiences and communicate. So far, only a few former crewmembers have taken advantage of it. - John Wolfskill BTCS (Ret) 1964-67


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04 Nov 2003
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Jim Seifert: Please send the Alamo photo to ponylake10@cox.net Gary W. Moss sends


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09 Nov 2003
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great web site


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10 Nov 2003
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I found this site last week,I served on the Alamo from 1969-1971 I was in 1st div.. I was going thur the cruise book-Westpac 70-71 to see if I could see any people I knew while I was on board.I been looking for R.Sutton from 2nd div.I would like to know if anyone has heared from him, last time I heared from him was back in the late seventy's.+Also I'am surprized to see the old ship is still afloat.ronlarsen54@comcast.net


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13 Nov 2003
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Frederick R. Arnett 1609 Carter Road Decatur, GA 30032 USS Alamo 1968-1971 Radar Man Third Class


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14 Nov 2003
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just found this great web site,served on the Alamo 1970-71 IC3 mike anthony from west virginia.love to hear from any shipmates who remember me. mmanthony@zzzip.net


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17 Nov 2003
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Who was the Captain of the Alamo in May of 1969, and does anyone have contact information for him? Was his last name Harris, by any chance? I would appreciate any help that you can give me on this. Kent Hughes, former tank platoon commander, BLT3/26 embarked on the Alamo in 1969 kenthughes1@aol.com


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24 Nov 2003
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BUDDY LOCATOR $15.00 flat fee (for each name you want searched) Form sent for information you can provide. Monthly updates on extensive searches. McCabe Locator@aol.com Deborah McCabe 3710 Mesa Ridge Rd. Houston, TX 77043 713/895-0542


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11 Dec 2003
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Wow! Lots of great people out there. I was the last operations officer on the Alamo, and was there for her last WESTPAC, the decommissioning, and stayed to train the Brazilian crew. Plenty of plankowners here, like to see if there is anyone from the other end! LCDR Steve Goertzen


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21 Dec 2003
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Plank owner here. Started June 1956 in Pascagoula, MS. Great summer. I left the ship in Sept 1957. I see Chief Yeoman Scott's name in the list of members. I worked with him in the ship's office. Do not see Jim Stine's name however. I'm now in Fremont, NE, an old YN2 & now CPA (still working parttime.) May try to get to Vegas in June 2004. I assume Capt. J.L. Semmes is no longer with us.


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21 Dec 2003
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Forgot to give my name. Jerry Malcom, YN2 1956-1957


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21 Dec 2003
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Plank owner here. Started June 1956 in Pascagoula, MS. Great summer. I left the ship in Sept 1957. I see Chief Yeoman Scott's name in the list of members. I worked with him in the ship's office. Do not see Jim Stine's name however. I'm now in Fremont, NE, an old YN2 & now CPA (still working parttime.) May try to get to Vegas in June 2004. I assume Capt. J.L. Semmes is no longer with us. Jerry Malcom, YN2