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Entry: 94936
Subject: 1966 TO 69

Dannie McKay wrote on August 30, 2017


City and State: NAMPA ID

Unit: COMPHIBGRUFOUR 66-67 AND 67 TO 69 SHIPS CO 2ND DIV

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Spent first two years with COMPHIBGRUFOUR (Boat Crew) 66 to 67, then transferred to Taconic 2nd Div (ships company) 67 to 69. Known as Mac or McKay, remember Butch Freeman, Mike Bingham, Chuck Spenser, Danny Blaney, I may remember others, but I'm reaching out for thoses that may remember me. Best years of my life with my buddies. Pulled scullery duty for 6 months with Marines when we went to Vasques Island in 67.

Keywords: Mac McKay



Entry: 94186
Subject: USS TACONIC AGC17

David Edwards wrote on January 6, 2017


City and State: CANYON TX

Unit: USS TACONIC AGC17

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who might have known my father who was on the Taconic from 56 to 60, he was a ship serviceman and ran the soda shop his name was Dan Edwards from Illinois.

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Entry: 94059
Subject: USS TACONIC AGC-17

WALTER (Wally) SIEMION JR. wrote on December 6, 2016


City and State: CLINTON TWP. MI

Unit: R DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: I Walter (wally) Siemion, was stationed on the USS TACONIC AGC-17 in early 1961, as a boiler man / mess cooking. Rate was FN. Was only aboard for little over a month. Then got transferred off, and got transferred to the USS WYANDOT AKA_92, which was bringing back into commission, in Algiers , Louisiana, across the river from New Orleans. Later to be home ported in Norfolk, VA.

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Entry: 93743
Subject: U.S.S. TACONIC AGC17 1961

Walter (Wally) Siemion JR. wrote on September 16, 2016


City and State: CLINTON TWP. MI

Unit: R DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Boarded the USS TACONIC AGC 17, IN August 1961, was to be trained to be a Boilerman, but got transferred to MESS COOKING, in the galley. Was only aboard for little over a month, then got transferred off. Just 1 month before it left for the MED., barcellona spain. I then got transferred to the USS WYANDOT AKA-92, THAT WAS being re-commissioned in Algiers , ACROSS THE Mississippi river from New Orleans. After that they de-commissioned that ship within a year. Spent the rest of my time on the USS NORTHAMPTON CC-1.

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Entry: 93235
Subject: RADIOMAN 1965 THROUGH 1967

Ron Vigue wrote on May 28, 2016


City and State: FORT MYERS FL

Unit: COMMUNICATIONS

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Looking for shipmates aboard the USS Taconic between 1964 and 1967. I was a CYN3 who worked with the Radioman. CYN was abolished and you were a RM. I bowled on the ship's team at Little Creek. Played lots of cards and shot lots of Crap in our compartment. The Captain's Cook, Bull Sutton always managed to win for some reason. The crazy Wilcox brothers in the signalman's compartment. Doug Tuttle, Jesse Quintanilla and Dave Kunz in the Shipfitters shop. Looking for Radioman John Quinn, Thad Hurd, Mike DiRienzo, Nick Vulpis,Ed Fay, Jim McCann, Chuck Evans and any other shipmates that remember me.

Lots of good memories to talk about. The time we blew a boiler and spent a week in San Juan getting to know all the girls on Luna Street.

Keywords: Gtmo, Fun on Luna Street at the Black Cat in San Juan. Losing a Helicopter off Cape Hatteras.
Dominican Republic. Taking Marines and Sailors and their families from Cuba to R and R in Jamaica. Dry Dock In Philly.



Entry: 91219
Subject: USS TACONIC - AGC 17

Noel C. Rosenquist wrote on May 22, 2015


City and State: CORONA CA

Unit: USN SEAMAN - TACONIC

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am Noel Rosenquist's daughter, Jan. My father passed away from lung cancer at the young age of 61 on April 16, 1991. He joined the USN on Sept. 8, 1947, transferred to TACONIC on Dec. 31, 1947 under general duties. Trained at Navscol (Norva) as a Radarman on Feb. 1948. Ordered for duty onboard TACONIC, July 30, 1948 through Feb. 9, 1950. Honorably discharged on Feb. 17, 1950 from the USN. If anyone knows of my father and has any memory or stories to tell, please email me and put TACONIC in the subject header so I know what the email is related to and I don't delete it. Would very much so appreciate it. Thank you all for your service and sacrifice and God Bless all those who have served, past, present and future!

Keywords: USS TACONIC



Entry: 86004
Subject: NAVY VETERAN

James Miller SR. wrote on April 19, 2013

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City and State: LAS VEGAS NV

Unit: 2ND DIV

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: if you served on her i would like to hear from you.

Keywords: uss taconic agc17 1954-1958



Entry: 83601
Subject: M DIVISION 1966 TO 1968

James Colwell wrote on July 10, 2012

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City and State: ROWLETT TX

Unit: M DIVISION 66 TO 68

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: I was on the Taconic in 1966 to 1968. M Division in
the hole. A great place to work if you are in the
North Atlantic......warm.

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Entry: 80611
Subject: LONGEST SERVING NAVY SHIP

Preston L. Davis wrote on October 7, 2011


City and State: STAFFORD VA

Unit: O DIVISON

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: To Chuck and Alayne Tiemeyer, Thanks for
the "TACHRONICLE" I enjoy reading every issue
You menition future navy ships will have a life span
of 60 years The USS Atherton DE 169 1943 to 2011 now
serving in the Philipine navy 68 years and still
counting

Keywords: Battle of Point Judith 169 DE Div #15 USS Athern DE
169-USS Taconic AGC 17 1950-51



Entry: 76143
Subject: CRAIG L HURST

Tom Hurst wrote on September 13, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My Father, Craig Hurst, served aboard the USS Taconic and USS Adirondack from December 1950 to October 1954 and was assigned to the Flag Allowance (Admiral's Staff) of Commander Amphibous Group Four, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Should anyone have known him or has any intersting stories, I'd love to hear from you. Craig Hurst passed away September 13th, 2010.

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Entry: 74302
Subject: ANYONE SERVING ON THE USS TACONIC FROM 59 TO 62

Alexander J. (AJ) Proulx wrote on April 11, 2010

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City and State: GAINES MI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Interested in any reunions

Keywords: Ronald Hery, James Smith, Robert Bruckner



Entry: 73457
Subject: LOOKING FOR SHPMATES SERVING FROM 63 TO66

Cliff Bassett wrote on February 6, 2010

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City and State: SO. YARMOTH MA

Unit: 2ND DIVISION USS TACONIC

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: tom short richard tarcheski james t obrien dennis scherer rock and roll band[the misfits] discharged philly



Entry: 72924
Subject: TRYING TO LOCATE MARINES SERVING AS RADIOMEN ON TACONIC BETWEEN 1964 TO 1967

Leon Black wrote on December 28, 2009


City and State:

Unit: MCD

Service or Relationship: Marine Veteran

Comments: Several Marines serving during the time period above have gotten in contact with each other. Am looking for anyone not yet contacted. Leon Black

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Entry: 72823
Subject: LOOKING FOR SHIPMATES 1964-68 US TACONIC

Jesse Quintanilla wrote on December 18, 2009


City and State: SAN ANTONIO TX

Unit: R DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: They called me Spic. I was in charge of the shipfitter shop. I new David Kunz, Bill Gimple and Douglas Tuttle. Lt jg Macnab was in charge of me for awhile. Does anyone rember when the helicopter crashed on the deck and what squadren they were from.



Entry: 71193
Subject: I'M TRYING TO FIND GEORGE W. GIBSON 54-56

James Schroeder wrote on August 7, 2009


City and State: BAGLEY MN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: I'm looking for shipmate George W. Gibson. We were on the Taconic from 1954 to 1956



Entry: 71101
Subject: USS TACONIC RADAR GANG

Maurice D. Hillyard wrote on August 1, 2009


City and State: APACHE JUNCTION AZ

Unit: USS TACONIC RADAR GANG

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: I served aboard the Taconic from July 1950 to April 1953. That was my only permanent duty station. Prior to that I attended boot camp in San Diego, Class A Radar School on Treasure Island, and CIC School at Point Loma in San Diego.

Was RD 2 at the time of my discharge.

Keywords: USS Taconic V Division (radar gang)



Entry: 67439
Subject: 1968-1969

Robert (Bob) Dezendorf wrote on October 6, 2008


City and State: FL

Unit: INTERIOR COMMUNICATIONS-ENGINEERING

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Robert Dezendorf wrote on 2002-02-25 14:05:57.0

Comments: I served briefly for 6-8 months in 1969.I went on the shakedown cruise to Cuba then returned for decommissioning. I was an IC3. I am looking for names and photos of those in my unit and how to contact them.
Never let the Chief know I was a Gyro Tech, got an "Early Out" 90+Days to begin college in Sept 1969 instead of Dec 1969. I was due to check out on monday but did everything to muster out on Friday and left on Friday, Chief returned that Monday, ship returned to mothballs, he was only one qualified to decom the Gyros. Had he know I had the school, I would have lost my early-out, and been stuck with Gyros Decom.
I sent the guys a "Care Package" of Seagrams Benchmark Bourbon when I got home to NY

Forgot most of actual names "Tex"? "Sweet"?

Keywords: Keywords: Engineering Division,Interior Communications Electricians,Gyro Technicians



Entry: 67181
Subject: HELLO SHIP MATES

Morton Gail Smallwood wrote on September 12, 2008

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City and State: HOPEWELL VA

Unit: S DIV

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments:

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Entry: 66864
Subject: LOOKING FOR SHIP MATES OF MY GRANDFATHER

Ashley Greene wrote on August 13, 2008


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My name is Ashley Greene and i am interested in finding anyone who may have known my grandfather. His name was William James Patrick. He passed away in 2003 and i am interested in finding people who knew him and could tell me a little bit more about him. Please contact me if you have any information. Thank You

Keywords: U.S. Navy - USN
FP3
On board USS Taconic (AGC-17)from 54-57



Entry: 62799
Subject: 2ND DIV USS TACCONIC

Jerry Morphis wrote on October 31, 2007


City and State: ELIZABETHTOWN KY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Looking for 2nd Div USS Taconic 1966-1967. Ensign Smith
Lt. Schmidt, Tucker the 1st class. Burlakoff, Tapia, Murphy, Johns, Rodriquez, Dawson, Hamm, were some guys I knew. And Bob Fink. Philly, Gitmo shakedown, and all the rest.

Keywords: Pyute @ VA-127
The Morb-USNA Prepschool



Entry: 61057
Subject: SHIPMATES USS TACONIC AGC 17 1950 1954

Carl Young JR. wrote on May 21, 2007

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City and State: EDGEWOOD MD

Unit: A DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Would like to hear from any shipmates during that time. Was on board in fall of 1950 when Richard Whidmark starred in movie FORGMEN, Cruse to Thule Greenland, 1953 Med cruse, and all others in between

Keywords: Served on board 1950 May 1954 Was in A Div.



Entry: 60655
Subject: SMITTY DECK FORCE YEOMAN

Rich Smith SR. wrote on April 13, 2007

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City and State: MISHAWAKA IN

Unit: 3RD DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments:

Keywords: Looking for ship mates who was on the B Taconic from 64 to 67. Do you remember Mr Schmidt? and Mr Smith? Deck force? I was in the deck force office with Mr Schmidt.
Sure would like to connect with anyone who remembers me.



Entry: 56445
Subject: SEVERD ON BOARD 1950 TO 1954

Carl Young JR. wrote on March 29, 2006

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City and State: EDGEWOOD MD

Unit: A DIV.

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Would like yo hear from shipmates.

Keywords: Served on U.S.S. Taconic 1950 through 1954



Entry: 55086
Subject: OLD SHIPMATES

Don Desselle wrote on January 9, 2006


City and State: CORAOPOLIS PA

Unit: 2ND DIV.

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: I served aboard the Taconic from July 1963 to June 1965,leaving her while still in the Domincan Republic. I was in 2nd Div. I know of 2 guys that live near me, Ron Rothka RM3 he's in Cannonsburg Pa.and Solon (Top) he lives in Bridgeville Pa. both serving around the same time as me. Would like to hear from those serving around that time. I left the navy in 67 as BM3. In case no one knows from that Domincan Republic thing you have earned 2 medals. Natl.Defense medal and the Arm forces Expeditionary medal.

Keywords: Shorty



Entry: 54804
Subject: SHIPMATES USS TACONIC AGC 17 1950 1954

Carl Young JR. wrote on December 23, 2005

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City and State: EDGEWOOD MD

Unit: A DIV.

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: went basic co. 230 great lakes ill. served aboard uss taconic from 1950 june 1954. madeall cruises to havana gitmo roselvelt rds. was on board when movie frogmen was made. went to tule greenland the med to naples italy would like hear from shipmates.

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Entry: 54706
Subject: DHIPMATES

Carl Young JR. wrote on December 17, 2005

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Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments:

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Entry: 54406
Subject: RADIOMAN CHIEF MARTIN

Wayne Oppel wrote on November 30, 2005


City and State: WINSTON-SALEM NC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for anyone who knew RMC Martin. He is a family member that I have lost contact with.

Keywords: E.L.



Entry: 54223
Subject: USS AGC-17 7/1950 TO 5/1954

Carl Young JR. wrote on November 22, 2005

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City and State: EDGEWOOD MD

Unit: A DIV

Service or Relationship: Marine Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Looking for Bobby Boyd,Jim Voss,and anyone else that may remmber me from 1950 thru 1954



Entry: 53896
Subject: AYE GUYS

Roy Baca wrote on November 3, 2005

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City and State: HANFORD CA

Unit: COMMUNICATIONS

Service or Relationship: Marine Veteran

Comments: Remenber the Dutch Egg's!!!!!!!!!!

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Entry: 53895
Subject: AYE GUYS

Roy Baca wrote on November 3, 2005

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City and State: HANFORD CA

Unit: COMMUNICATIONS

Service or Relationship: Marine Veteran

Comments:

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Entry: 53749
Subject: FUNNY STORY

Brad Edell wrote on October 25, 2005


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: My neighbor told me this story: Her brother Marvin Trebacz served on the Taconic during the Korean War. In all the time he was gone their mother had never received a letter from him and was worried. So, she decided to call the Red Cross. They gave her a number at the Navy to call. The gentleman answering the phone asked what ship he was serving on, to which she replied the Titanic. When that was cleared up they were able to confirm that her son was indeed aboard the Taconic, and a letter was sent to the Captain of that ship, from the Department of the Navy, explaining the problem. Apparently the Captain called Marvin up to the bridge and ordered the young sailor to present him, each month, with a letter written to his mother. Marvin died a few years ago, and his sister would love to hear from any of you who knew him. Thanks!

Keywords: USS Taconic



Entry: 53413
Subject: SHIP MATES WHO KNEW ME, 1962-1965

Jerry Eubanks wrote on October 3, 2005


City and State: FAYETTEVILLE TN

Unit: 3RD DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Look for shipmates who served in this era. I boarded the Taconic in Philly, Pa. when she was in dry dock.
Remember two Med cruises, Cuban crisis and Dominican Republic.
I was a gunners mate, 3rd Div.

Keywords: USS Taconic, 62-65 Cuban Crisis, Dominican Republic



Entry: 53410
Subject: LOOKING FOR 1951 CREW

Preston L. Davis wrote on October 3, 2005


City and State: STAFFORD VA

Unit: GUNNERY

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Looking for shipmates 1951

Keywords: "RED" AGC 17



Entry: 53218
Subject: SERVED IN TACONIC 1956-57

Leo Coughlin wrote on September 19, 2005


City and State: INDIAN ROCKS BEACH FL

Unit: JO STRIKER/WITH SNIPES

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: I served in Taconic from November, 1956, to April, 1957, and had the unusual experience of having no assignment on the ship. ComPhibLant had an oversupply of journalists at the time and I was stowed away in Taconic and was berthed with the snipes. Finally, the ship's carpenter, a warrant officer whose name I forget, asked me to type up all the spec charts which are displayed in every compartment. He put me in the wardroom with a typewriter and treated me royally and was happy if I worked 3-4 hours a day. I had the run of the ship and would often help grizzled first class bosn's mates get liberty cards after hours etc. I had married in February '57 and wanted off. I was detached to ComPhibTraLant and then eventually to Navy air in Pensacola, where I settled.

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Entry: 51131
Subject: I WAS TE3 ASSIGNED TO THE COMMUNICATION DIVISION

Jesse Beard wrote on May 27, 2005

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City and State: TEMPLE HILLS MD

Unit: USS TACONIC AGC-17

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Interested in hearing from guys who may remember me on the USS Taconic from '54-'55. I was in communication (TE3) and previously had served at Mustin Field on the Navy Yard in Philadelphia ,PA

Jesse Beard

Keywords: USS TACONIC AGC-17



Entry: 50083
Subject: USS TACONIC AGC 17 1957/1959

John Murphy wrote on April 9, 2005


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: UPDATE TRYING TO LOCATE ANYONE FROM A-DIVISION THAT SERVED ON BOARD.FROM 1957/1959 SO FAR NO RESPONSE. DON COOKE, TOM MARTIN, FERDY MEYERS,DONALD PHILLIPS,BILL ABERNATHY,JOHNNY B SNEED...I HOPE SOMEONE KNOWS THE WHERE ABOUTS OF ONE OF THESE GUYS......JUST WANT TO MAKE CONTACT

Keywords: FRIENDS FROM A-DIVISION



Entry: 49957
Subject: USS TACONIC AGC 17 1957-1959

John Murphy wrote on April 3, 2005


City and State:

Unit: A --DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I AM LOOKING FOR FRIENDS WHO SERVED ABOARD.TRYING TO LOCATE DON COOKE FROM KENTUCKY AND THOMAS E MARTIN FROM ALABAMA. WOULD LIKE SOME RESPONSE.

Keywords: FRIENDS FROM A-DIVISIOV



Entry: 49555
Subject: SERVED IN 1949

Joe Hromyak wrote on March 14, 2005


City and State: STRUTHERS OH

Unit: COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran - Korea

Comments: IF YOU REMEMBER ME PLEASE E-MAIL OR CALL.

Keywords: TRANSFERED TO THE POCONO AGC-16 ON BOARD TILL DEC 1962



Entry: 49315
Subject:

Richard Wagner wrote on March 2, 2005


City and State: WHITE PIGEON MI

Unit: COMMISSARYMAN

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: I served aboard the USS Taconic from 1962 to March 1966. Im interested in hearing from someone who knew me. I did all the night bread baking from 1963 to 1966. Anyone who can remember me drop me a line.
I would like to find out something about Cheif Million and Cheif Taylor and of course my drinking buddy with the last name of Adams.
Wag

Keywords: Cheif Million called me Wag



Entry: 49196
Subject: FATHER ON TACONIC

Charlie Brooks wrote on February 23, 2005

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City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My dad who was Chief Harold Brooks was on the Taconic i believe in the early 1950's. If anyone knew him or of him please E-Mail me. He passed away Jan 5, 2003 in Norfolk Va.

Thanks,
Charlie Brooks

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Entry: 48667
Subject: MARINE SERVICE 51 THROUGH 55

Mark Corcoran wrote on February 3, 2005

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City and State: FAIRVIEW PARK OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father-in-law, James A. Haymond served on the Taconic for a time during his USMC service between 1951 and 55. James just passed recently and I am looking for any information on his service or communicate with anyone who may have known him.

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Entry: 48082
Subject: 1961-1963

Dan Lile wrote on January 11, 2005

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City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My dad served on the Taconic from sep 61 to feb 63. He was a chief petty officer. If anyone knew Ralph Lile, please email me at dlile@ajalon.net.

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Entry: 47332
Subject: USS TACONIC MEMBERS 1961-1964

John Ellis wrote on December 6, 2004


City and State: METAIRIE LA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: I am the son of Robert Ellis, who served on the USS Taconic in @ 61-64 during the Cuban Missile Crisis. I was looking for anybody who served will him at the time to see if you knew my father also if there was any upcoming reunions planned in the future. He was a machinist mate 3rd class. Please email me john.r.ellis.ctr@usmc.mil and let me know if you remember serving with my Father. I was compiling some history and would like to know if anyone is still out there that knew him in that era.

Thank you,

John Ellis

Keywords: USS Taconic AGC-17 from 1961-64



Entry: 46960
Subject: LOOKING FOR SHIPMATES

Richard Reynolds wrote on November 18, 2004

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City and State: DARBY PA

Unit: 1ST. DIV.

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I was on the Taconic from June 65 to June 67. Looking forward to hear from shipmates of that time. I was in 1st. div. Ens Anderson was our div.officer. I remember names like Tony, Shower,Dutch, Ricker and Tucker. Please email me back at
richardtrains@comcast.net

Thank you
Richard Reynolds Sn

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Entry: 46959
Subject: LOOKING MEN SERVED FROM 1965 TO1967

Richard Reynolds wrote on November 18, 2004

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City and State: DARBY PA

Unit: 1ST. DIV.

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

Comments: I was on the Taconic from June 65 to June 67. I was in 1st div. I was also a mess cook for 3 mo.looking forward to hear someone of that time.

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Entry: 44849
Subject: USS TACONIC 1961-1963

Gene Martinez wrote on July 28, 2004

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Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: It is the end of the summer in 1962. The USS Taconic is returning home from a 7 month Med cruise. The Atlantic Ocean is like glass, not a ripple anywhere in sight. The ship is making flank speed, everyone is anxious and happy about our return to Norfolk. All the petty differences and squabbles that arise after an extended time at sea fall away. Everyone onboard is your friend. At night no one can sleep. We sit on deck until 2 or 3 in the morning and talk about what we're going to do when we get home. One crew member purchased a very large (about 5 feet) Telefunken stereo and brought it on deck. About two days out of Gilbrator we can start to pick radio stations from the states. On deck at night the stereo is blasting and we hear American music that we haven't heard since leaving the states in January. One song gets played more then any other, "Cherry" by the Four Seasons. Today every time I hear that song I am transported back to the deck of the Taconic and expeience a little bit of that wonderful feeling.
Let me know if you were also on the deck of the ship listening to "Cherry".

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Entry: 43502
Subject: LOOKING FOR SHIPMATES

Darrell Lord wrote on June 3, 2004

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City and State: BETHANY OK

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran - Korea

Comments: Would like to hear from any old shipmates

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Entry: 42177
Subject: 1948-1952

Edward Joseph wrote on April 7, 2004


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Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Looking for old shipmates
I was the cook they called "Joe"

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Entry: 41769
Subject: LOOKIND FOR SHIPMATE

John Trice wrote on March 16, 2004


City and State: TAMARAC FL

Unit: BT

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: ANY ONE HAVE ANY PICTURES FROM MED. CRUISES 1960-1962 OR PICTURES OF SEAMEN (BM)
JTRICE5521@AOL.COM



Keywords: USS TACONIC
FRIEND----- BOATSON MATE SEAMAN FROM CORPUS CHRISTI TX
SHIPMATE 1960-62



Entry: 41405
Subject: LOOKING FOR FRIENDS OF 2ND DIVISION

Rich Smith wrote on March 1, 2004

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City and State: MISHAWAKA IN

Unit: 2ND DIVISION OFFICE YN

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: To any and all ship mates of 2nd division who served on Taconic 64 thry 67. Been many years but i always think about the good old days on the Taconic. I often wonder how many of my friends are doing or even if they are alive.
I remember Lt. Smith and LTJG Schmidt. I worked under him in the deck force office.
Also worked under first class Tucker remember him? Let me here from you.

Keywords: Smitty Office Yeoman Deck force 2nd Division






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