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Entry: 85152
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
ON BOARD EARLY 1968

CLIFF FEJFAR wrote on January 8, 2013


City and State: LAKEWOOD CO

Unit: DECOM CREW

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: Too bad I didn't find this website sooner. So many
websites too little time for all of them. I was only on
the Cavalier for a short time but I remember it fondly
as it was my first ship after boot camp. Myself and
around forty other sailors were placed on board in San
Diego in early 1968 while it was being decommissioned.
We were waiting for our combat training class to form
up at Mare Island. We were to be apart of the newly
formed Brown Water Navy, Mobile Riverine Force.
Arriving late at night I was assigned a bunk three
levels down and was fast asleep. After waking up I sat
on the edge of my bunk trying to get my bearing of
where I was. That's when I noticed it. On the bulk head
right next to my bunk was a big steel patch with a
brass plaque on it. I sure wish I had taken a picture
of it for old times. What it said was This is the spot
where the Japanese torpedo had struck. First thought I
had was I hope that nobody was in the bunk when it came
through because it would have run right across his
chest. Sure hope someone saved the plaque before they
cut her up. In 1968 there was a girly magazine call the
Cavalier. After getting to know some of the ships crew
they explained to me that a few months before the
magazine had been given permission to come on board and
do a finale good bye to the old ship by the same name.
They had about a half a dozen models in all parts of
the ship in their birthday suits, the engine room never
looked better. I remember our last meal on board, you
had a choice of Liver or Rabbit. They used up what ever
they had at the bottom of the freezer. Those were the
days.


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Entry: 84441
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
LOOKING FOR INFO FOR FAMILY HISTORY

SUSAN BARNES wrote on October 16, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My FIL was on the Cavalier in the Korean War. His
name is David Ross Barnes and looking for anyone who
may have served with him.
Thanks


Keywords: USS Cavalier, Korean War


Entry: 75231
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
FINALLY CONNECTED

GERARD C. HUTCHEON wrote on June 26, 2010


City and State: VERO BEACH FL

Unit: USS CAVALIER APA-37

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: HELLO TO ALL MY FELLOW VETERANS: I WANT TO START
SAYING THAT I WAS FINALLY SERVICE CONNECTED FOR MY
SERVICE IN VIETNAM. I'M A DIABETIC TYPE 2,ALONG WITH
NEUROPATHY, RETINOPATHY, RENOPATHITY,HYPER-TENSION,
HEARING,THE COMPLETE PROCESS TOOK 5 YEARS. ALL MY
RESEARCH WAS DONE BY MY WIFE AND I. FORMER SHIPMATES
WROTE BUDDY LETTERS ON MY BEHALF I COULDN'T OF DONE
WITHOUT MY FELLOW SHIPMATES TRULY AWESOME IN WHICH THEY
NEVER HESITATED TO HELP. THIS KOREAN WAR PROJECT IS
THE MOST INFORMATIVE SITE AND ALL PERSONAL ARE TRULY
PROFESSIONALS. SO IF YOUR SEEKING TO FILE A CLAIM SPEAK
THE TRUTH, HAVE A SUPPORT TEAM BACKING YOUR STORIES
,EVIDENCE PHOTO'S ETC COPY EVERY DOCUMENT NEVER SEND
ORIGINALS! LASTLY BE CALM ,COOL COLLECTIVE . GOD BLESS
HUTCH


Keywords: VIETNAM VETERAN 66' 68' TET OFFENSIVE LANDINGS CHU-LAU
66'MARCH APRIL



Entry: 73497
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
CAVALIER 2010 - REUNION

RALPH HALL wrote on February 9, 2010


City and State: BATAVIA IL

Unit: USS CAVALIER APA-37

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: CAVALIER REUNION #11. LAS VEGAS, NV. SEPT 19-23,2010
CHECK CAVALIER WEB PAGE: HTTP://WWW.MICROBURMBI.NET/INDEX_0.HTML


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Entry: 73322
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON MY FATHER

CHRISTOPHER LINDER wrote on January 28, 2010


City and State: BALDWIN NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father was a radio operator on the landing craft USS Cavalier during the invasion of Pusan in 1951. He was a member of the crew for appoximately 2 years. Please contact me if you can provide any further information.

Thank you.
Chris Linder


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Entry: 73252
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
IN MEMORY OF

PATRICIA TEMPLE wrote on January 23, 2010


City and State: MILLVILLE DE

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father was on the USS Cavalier in WWII, he was on his way down the stairs to the work station below decks when the torpedo hit the ship. I don't know much about the events of his life aboard the ship or the details of war as he was a very reserved and quiet man, he didn't like discussing the topic much. We are sorry to say that he has passed at 84 years of age, I wish I had known of this site long before he passed I think it might have caught his interest and maybe brought out some more information on his life for his children and grandchildren to learn more about what he experienced.
His name was William E. Savage he served on this ship from 30 March 1943 to 18 March 1946 Motor Machinist's Mate.


Keywords: USS CAVALIER 1944


Entry: 70887
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
DUTY ABOARD USS CAVALIER APA37 1949-1953

ARCHIE HOAGLAND wrote on July 13, 2009


City and State: GREEN VALLEY

Unit: BOAT DIVISION, USS CAVALIER APA37

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: I served aboad the USS Cavalier APA-37 from Oct 1949 until May 1953. I first came aboard and was assigned to the third deck division. A few months later they formed the boat division and I was transfered into that division. I was a coxwain of an LCVP during the Korean War. I coxwained Capt. Sweeny's gig for a year and also ran PR's, LCVP's and the Officers Motorboat on liberty runs many times. I spent my entire three year hitch aboard the Cavalier and even spent a 'Truman's year' extension, because they were keepin men in due to the Korean War. I never had a chance to advance in rate since all rates were frozen because of rated petty officers staying in after WW-II. We spent a good share of our time in the far East during my time aboard. I was discharged a Seaman First Class.

Keywords: Japanese occupation, invasion of Inchon, China Service
Typhoon Mary



Entry: 70753
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
U.S.S. CAVALIER APA-37 UPDATE

GERARD C. HUTCHEON wrote on June 30, 2009


City and State: VERO BEACH FL

Unit: 2ND DIVISION BOAT GROUP

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: I FINALLY RECIEVED WORD FROM THE VVA THAT THEY SERVICE CONNECTED FROM AGENT ORANGE EXPOSURE DIABETES-2 AFTER WAITING 4 YEARS OF DENIALS AND APPEALS.THAT CONNECTION WAS GRANTED IN FEBUARY OF 09' AN STILL HAVEN'T RECIEVED ANY COMPANSATION ALMOST 5 MONTHS. NOW THE 'DAV' IS SAYING THAT I'M NOT SERVICE CONNECTED. I TOLD THEM OVER THE PHONE THAT I HAVE THE DOUCUMENT SAYING A DIFFERENT STORY. THE WORD "GRANTED" MEANS JUST THAT ,BUT THE DAV STILL SAYING I'M NOT.JUST RECENTLY I WAS DENIED DIABETEIC RETINOPAHTY,AND TINNITUS. WHY I WAS DENIED FOR MY EYESIGHT SINCE IT IS LINKED TO DIABETES-2? ITS APPEARS TO ME THAT THE VVA,AND THE 'DAV' OVERLOOKS MY SERVICE CONNECTION TO AGENT ORANGE. THE RIGHT HAND REFUSES TO ALLOW THE LEFT TO TURN THE PAGES ON MY CLAIM. I'LL KEEP YOU POSTED ON MY JOURNEY. GERARD HUTCHEON

Keywords: HUTCH, FRANK FOLSOM,LES BROOKS,DAVE BARBER,TOM PENDERGAST,HARVEY ZIMMERLR,JERRY HOLTZ,JIM STROPO, BOB DAUBENSPECT,GEORGE HABERJAK, AND MANY MORE.


Entry: 69623
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
ON BOARD FEBRUARY 10, 1966

MANUEL PRECIE wrote on March 24, 2009


City and State: REDLANDS CA

Unit: 1ST MARINE DIVISION REIN FMF

Service or Relationship: MARINE VETERAN

Comments: I was with the 1st Marine Division (REIN) FMF when we boarded in San Diego on Feb. 10, 1966. There was a total of 17,000 marines that left Camp Pendleton and sailed for Vietnam. Another ship I remembered with the USS Cavalier was the Greasy George. I forget the formal name of the AKA ship but the sailors on board the Cavalier called it the Greasy George. What was the name? Anyways, after about 4 days, we arrived at Pearl Harbor and spent only 1 night. We marines were allowed a four hour pass to Fort De Russey-then after we got back on board, drunk of course, we then rendevouz with the rest of the force (the rest of the fleet left San Francisco and other ports) just west of Hawaii the next day and sailed for Okinawa. After about four weeks, we landed at White beach, Naha, Okinawa. I remembered standing watches on the fantail and in the various compartments of the ship and also the Russian thrallers that were shadowing us. I also remembered the four or five levels of canvass hammocks in the troop hold where we were bunked. We had to secure our field transport packs, rifles, helmets, and seabags to the chains of our hammocks. I look back at those days on board the Cavalier with fond memories. I recall boarding the ship and it reminds of the WWII movie, "Battle Cry" with Van Heflin. We looked just like those marines in the movie when they boarded their APA.
Anyways, after all these years, I just want to say that I loved the Cavalier and I want to thank all the sailors who made our voyage to Oki a pleasant one. The food was great and I had a great time on deck doing our rifle exercises and watches.


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Entry: 69088
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
LOOKING FOR BOAT GANE 1956 1959

RANDALD BARTLETT wrote on February 12, 2009


City and State: TAMPA FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: when is 2009 reunion ,where

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Entry: 67187
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
INFO ON FLOYD WEBB

BILL WEBB wrote on September 13, 2008


City and State: SPRINGFIELD PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: want to know about my dad`s history

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Entry: 65236
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
FIRST ACTIVE DUTY AT SEA.

ALVIN LOWI JR. wrote on April 13, 2008


City and State: RANCHO PALOS VERDES CA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: Alvin Lowi Sunday, 4/13/08, 5:31 PM

The Cavalier was my first active duty assignment after graduation from Georgia Tech and Regular NROTC in June 1951. Ensign, USN. Reported to the Beachmaster on the beach at Chitose near Muroran, Hokkaido, Japan, in September 1951 and climbed aboard the Cavalier at sea from an LCVP using a cargo net. Captain Uehling was the skipper. I was assigned a boat wave and "B" Division. Merchant-marine trained Lt. George Westcott, USNR, was "M" division officer. George taught me how to run the boilers and keep the steam up. At the time, the Cavalier was engaged in landing exercises with the Oklahoma National Guard, 45th Infantry Division, which was landed at Inchon, Korea the following December. The temperature was 30 below. The boats took on sea ice, which I had never seen before. From Inchon we went to Hong Kong for some R and R. While there, the British port commander challenged our ships company to a yacht race around Victoria. Our Exec. (CDR. ??) was from Boston and rag sailor from way back. The Brits bought us a lot of Scotch after that.

From: Gadsden, Al
Email: alowi@earthlink.net


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Entry: 65118
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
AGENT ORANGE.

GERARD C. HUTCHEON SR. wrote on April 6, 2008


City and State: VERO BEACH FL

Unit: 2ND DIVISION

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: I WAS ABOARD THE USS CAVALIER APA-37 FROM NOV'65 TO SEPT '68.HAD THE PRIVLAGE OF SERVING TWO WES PAC TOURS,INCLUDING SEVERAL VISITS TO SOUTH VIETNAM,DELIVERING SUPPLIES TROOPS EQUIPMENT AND THE DIXONAGENT ORANGE IN OUR FIRST AT CHU-LAI,DA NANG ,VUNG-TU. WE ALSO SERVED AS STATION SHIP IN DA NANG FOR TWO MONTHS.TO GIVE SOLDIERS A LITTLE BREAK FROM DAILY DUTIES.WE ALSO WOULD SHUDDLE MEN,TO AND FROM WHITE ELEPHANT PIER,AND UNLOAD SHIPS IN THE HARBOR.WE ALSO HAD 18 VIETNAMESE PRISONERS ONBOARD THEY WERE PART OF THE NORTH VIETNAM'S NAVY THEY WERE JUST YOUNG MEN 16 18 YO.WE HAD A 24/7 BOAT WATCH THAT CIRCLE THE SHIP FOR SECURITY PURPOSES.THERE ARE ALOT OF OUR SHIPMATES SUFFERING FROM OUR EXPOSURE FROM AGENT ORANGE. WE TOOK A LITTLE R+R TO GIVE US A BREAK FROM THE REGERIOUS DUTIES. WE ARE A BROWN WATER NAVY VESSEL.SPENDING OUR TIME ON MONKEY MOUNTIAN. WE ALSO DID NITE TIME PATROLS UP THE MAIN RIVER FOR THE NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY.I WAS APART OF THE BOAT GROUP BEING A CERTIFIED ASSULT BOAT COXSWAIN

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Entry: 61740
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
AGENT ORANGE

JERRY WAYNE HOTZ wrote on July 25, 2007


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: Does anybody have any records or info regarding the 1966 west pac cruise where we delivered 55 gallon drums of agent orange to Da Nang,Chu Li or Cam Rahn Bay Viet Nam.
We have allot of shipmates suffering from the effects of that cargo.
Please let me know
I was on board from 65-67
Jerry Hotz seaman Third division
I later became a signalman my e-mail address is
jflags@sbcglobal.net


Keywords: USS Cavalier APA 37


Entry: 61055
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
WAS ON HER FROM 57 TO60Y

CHARLES BRIDGEWATER wrote on May 21, 2007


City and State: CHOWCHILLA CA

Unit: A DIVISION

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: all my ships were amphibous ships

Keywords: apa 37 apa 33 lph3 lst 1189


Entry: 57271
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER APA 37

RANDALD BARTLETT wrote on May 22, 2006


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for boat men from 1958 1959

Keywords: Boat Man


Entry: 50198
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER 1965-1967

WES ALLEN wrote on April 15, 2005


City and State:

Unit: BOAT DIV.

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

Keywords: Incharge of air conditioning and reff. ran with a burnett that married a native Amarcian. N Cal.


Entry: 45585
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
1951-53

ROBERT BLACK wrote on September 2, 2004


City and State: CC

Unit: USS CAVALIER APA-37

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Joined Jan. 1951 in Illinois Medical discharge from
Corona, CA July 1953


Keywords: USSCavalier APA-37


Entry: 39190
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER

DANNY CLAYTON wrote on December 15, 2003


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My grandfathers name is Ernie Clayton which is one i have always had allot of respect for due to his contribute to the wonderful country we have today. i now ask a favor of anyone out there that may know my grandfather and tell me about his and your personal events that have happended that you went through. I am know in college and would like to make a report up on my grandfather to show what true veterans are all about and why we should love our country for what it is and what it stands for. Thanks Danny Clayton

Keywords: Friends, nicknames, battles,



Entry: 39134
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
MD AND DS

WILLIAM GOODE wrote on December 13, 2003


City and State: CITRUS HTS CA

Unit: XO 57-58

Service or Relationship: INTERESTED PERSON

Comments: I am trying to contact the medical officer and the dentist who served in CAV 1957-58. Can anyone help?

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Entry: 39133
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
MD AND DS

WILLIAM GOODE wrote on December 13, 2003


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 38936
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
MEDICAL OFFICER 1954-56 USS CAVALIER

JOSEPH PENNISI wrote on December 4, 2003


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 37516
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER REUNION

TERRY BURNES wrote on October 12, 2003


City and State: HAYDEN LAKE ID

Unit: USS CAVALIER APA 37

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: PLEASE REVIEW WEB SITE AT WWW.MICROBURMBI.NET FOR LATEST INFORMATION ON SHIP'S REUNION FOR THE USS CAVALIER APA37. NEXT REUNION WILL BE AT BRANSON, MO. IN 2004

Keywords: KOREA, WWII, VIET NAM, LEYTE GULF, REUNION


Entry: 37123
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
FINE AMPHIBOUS SHIP

CHARLES BRIDGEWATER wrote on September 23, 2003


City and State: CHOWCHILLA CA

Unit: A DIVISON

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 36494
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
APA 37 CHINA DUTY 47/48 B DIV AND MIKE BOAT

CHARLES CORLEY wrote on August 25, 2003


City and State: HUEYTOWN AL

Unit: B DIV - MIKE BOAT ENGINEER

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: The article citing a photo in a bar in Tsingtao, I could not have been far -unless I had the duty that day. We had some shipmates who became famous after they left the Navy. A Johnson who was a cook went on to be the Light Heavy weight champion of the word. Paul Anderson was our mailman and he went on to be the world's strongest man. Me ? I stayed in the Navy until Feb 1 1973. Although it was a long time ago,I have hopes for some others of this era will contact me. Pisott th 1st class BT retired in portsmouth Va. I came up on him while I was in the Intrepid.




Keywords: Spam The real thing


Entry: 34615
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
DAUGHTER OF USN CAVALIER VET

GLORIA LEITSCHUH wrote on June 3, 2003


City and State: IL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father Anthony L. Leitschuh Jr. seved on board of USN PA-37 Cavalier during the Korean conflict, probably as an engineer. Unfortunately he passed away on February the 2nd, 2003. Am very anxious to hear from anybody who served with him for any period of time. Lost a wonderful dad, from which I would like to know more.

Keywords: Information on my father who served on board USN Cavalier from '52 onwards


Entry: 32866
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER APA-37

BERNIE YOUNG wrote on March 18, 2003


City and State: TILLAMOOK OR

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Hello all !! I served aboard the CavaMaru 1954-57 in the ET crew. I am trying to locate Douglas Sexton or Bernard Blakley of the same crew. tnx, Bernie

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Entry: 30267
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER APA 37

EUGENE CRIST wrote on December 8, 2002


City and State: ALEXANDER AR

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 30248
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER APA 37

EUGENE CRIST wrote on December 8, 2002


City and State: ALEXANDER AR

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I went aboard the Cav in Aug. 1950 and served until Sept. 1952. Was transferred TAD to Boat Group One as eng on an LCM and made the Inchon and Wonsan landings, then back to the Cav. Would like to hear from anyone who remembers me.

Keywords: M Division, Engine room


Entry: 28883
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
FATHER INFORMATION

DUANE MCDONALD wrote on October 16, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Would like to hear from anyone that knew my father, Joshua Alfred McDonald, ET3 on the Cav 53-54. He was tall, thin, black hair. Thanks much.
Duane McDonald


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Entry: 28625
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
CAVALIER AT INCHON

LEE N. MEAD wrote on October 3, 2002


City and State: LONG ISLAND NY

Unit: IST MARINE DIVISION

Service or Relationship: MARINE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I have been trying to determine which ship it was that carried the 5th Marine Regiment to the Inchon invasion on Sept.15,1950. I believe I have narrowed it down to the USS Cavalier or the USS Henrico. I would appreciate any assistance I can get. Semper Fi, Lee N. Mead

Keywords: Inchon invasion


Entry: 23308
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
ON BOARD ONE OF THE FINES APA IN THE AMPHIBIUS

CHARLES BRIDGEWATER wrote on February 19, 2002


City and State: CHOWCHILLA CA

Unit: A DIVISION

Service or Relationship: -

Comments:

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Entry: 19359
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY FATHER

PATRICIA AIKINS wrote on September 10, 2001


City and State: SPOKANE WA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Looking for anyone who may have known my father. Alvin Allen Aikins also known as "buddy." He was discharged May 1951 served in Asiatic Pacific Theater, American Theater, UN Korean Theater.

Dad passed away in 1964, when I was 10 years old. I have very little information about him so anything you can come up with would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You
Patricia


Keywords: Deck Hand on USS Cavalier APA


Entry: 18547
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER

ROBIN MANANSALA wrote on August 8, 2001


City and State: OLONGAPO CITY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: .........

Comments: I would like to hear anything from the crew members of the USS CAVALIER who knew Johnny Hoover. I wish to know his whereabouts. I've been lokking for him for so long and I really wish to see him personally. I am his grandson in the Philippines. Hoping for your reply. Thanks.

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Entry: 15003
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER APA 37

TERRY BURNES wrote on February 15, 2001


City and State: HAYDEN LAKE ID

Unit: USS CAVALIER APA 37

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: THE NEXT USS CAVALIER APA 37 REUNION WILL BE IN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA. PROBABLY OCTOBER, 2002

PLEASE VIEW THE WEB SITE AT HTTP://CAVALIERPA37.HOMESTEAD.COM

THANKS

TERRY


Keywords: RADARMAN 1ST
USS CAVALIER APA 37
1955 - 1958





Entry: 14886
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
WANTING INFO ON MY GRANDFATHER, CAPT. KENNETH EARL

GEOFFREY LEE wrote on February 10, 2001


City and State: NORTH HOLLYWOOD CA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My grandather passed away in 1971. I am wanting to
write a book in his and my grandmothers life.
(Capt. Kenneth Earl and Mary Anne Earl) I know he
was stationed there during WWII and maybe during
Korea. I do hope someone can help me.. I have tons
of photos from China and all over. I dont want to
lose the opportunity of writing their story as
well as their friends. Thank you
Geoff Lee
Grandson


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Entry: 14207
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
REUNION INFORMATION LIST OF CREW MEMBERS

DONALD STEINBOCK wrote on January 10, 2001


City and State: LAS VEGAS NV

Unit:

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would like to hear from any members of the crew from the USS Cavalier who might have known me or my brother Bill Steinbock and any info on reunions

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Entry: 11472
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
REUNION INFORMATION REQUESTED

DENVER E. HISLOPE wrote on September 3, 2000


City and State: SOMERSET KY

Unit: TRANS DIV 15 / PHIBRON 7 STAFF

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would be interested in hearing from staff or crew members who knew me from the Flag or Comm Division.

Keywords: Nickname "Hi", Radioman 1 Flag Division, came aboard in Oct. 1951 thru March 1955, primarily served aboard USS Cavalier and USS Henrico APA45


Entry: 9779
USS CAVALIER (APA-37)
USS CAVALIER APA 37

TERRY BURNES wrote on June 26, 2000


City and State: HAYDE LAKE ID

Unit: USS CAVALIER APA 37, RADAR

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: FOR ALL PAST CREW OF USS CAVALIER APA 37

THERE WILL BE A SHIP'S REUNION IN BRANSON, M0. FROM OCTOBER 1 THRU 5, 2000. PLEASE CONTACT r_and_a_hall@juno.com FOR SPECIFICS, OR CONTACT ME AT tdburnes@webcombo.net

Thanks

Terry Burnes


Keywords: RADARMAN 1ST



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