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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).

My dad served on the Strauss from 76-79 and he passed away on August 12, 1994.

Your memorial wasn't sure of the date so I thought I'd confirm it.

I'll check in again, soon, or you can E-mail me, Thanks, Jimname: Jimemail: [email protected]: Friday, August 17, 2001Time: PMThis goes out to Bart. I was on board at that time and would love to hear about it from other shipmates , plus add my experience . Our captain was slamming sammy andersonname: john "SCOOBIE" shoberemail: [email protected]: Sunday, August 26, 2001Time: PMserved between 71 and 74 on ic gange. I also remember how UN-COOL GMG1 "Andy" Anderson was when the mines went off. Also, if you have any idea where I can find BT2 Kevin Stottlemeyer, please let me know. AGAIN, if you remember Rick, PLEASE drop me a line and let me know.

would love to hear from twat, johnson,viner,stevr clindinin (sp) pete,dean wever .mines ,migs and guns cool ah. name: Charlie "Gunner Mac" Mc Donaldemail: Charles. [email protected]: Wednesday, September 19, 2001Time: AMI remember the mines, I also remember how cool "Pappy Collins" was. I can still see the smoke & steam from the first mine. Thanks.name: Kim Robbins (aka: Engels)email: Marvos [email protected]: Friday, December 28, 2001Time: PMMy husband, BT2 Rick Engels was onboard the Strauss approx. Many Thanks, Kim Robbinsname: Larry Knisell SH3 71-74 email: [email protected]: Friday, December 28, 2001Time: PMWould like to hear from anyone who served 71-74 Joseph Strauss .

I was looking for the story about the ," Fleet Fox ", running into 2 mines .From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank Chief Bart and all the crew members who were involved in the rescue.Your humanitarian act will be forever in my heart, my mind and soul.I actually wanted to say thank you for serving in the USN. Any of the old Rm gang around, Jim Delaverson, Jerry fly? Ted (tj) Denningname: Ted Denningemail: [email protected]: Thursday, May 30, 2002Time: PMcrewmember 64-66, 1st div and then OC division. One of my favorite memories of the Joe was getting into a fresh water fight in the galley and accidentally squirting the Cheng, got to wipe some sweat up down in the "bull pen". Ran into BMC Duck a few years ago, at a cpo initation in Yoko. Ted name: Dennie Cainemail: [email protected]: Tuesday, June 04, 2002Time: PMServed from Oct. I served with GMM2 Kenneth Slack and GMMC James Bunch.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).

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