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Patrick Lawson: Dawg Years

Dawg is calling all SSN680 Shipmates who helped make my 3+ years on the Bouncing Billy Awesome and Unforgettable.
I miss EACH & EVERY ONE of you!  Thanks for your Service and your Friendship!   


Monday, 13 March 2017
Jonathan Smith: Crew Member

Hi there,
I was stationed on the Bates in Pearl Harbor from 1994 to 1996 as the Bull Nuke.
Tough duty...


Sunday, 26 June 2016
Albert Frankel: Our Doc

It is great to see Doc Whitesel on here at last. He took care of us all. Welcome Doc!


Thursday, 08 September 2011
Ollie: Bubbles

Does anyone know what happened/or where "Bubbles" (Benny Dinnell) is? He was a cook 80-84. Ollie


Thursday, 25 August 2011
Wes Martin: Cooks on the Bates

John, That cook's name was probably named Talley.  His cooking was mediocre at best.  The other one at that time was Carl Pate.  He was a terrible cook!  Those were good times.  The crew was awesome.


Monday, 16 May 2011
 
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