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Comments by calvin coin on Monday, April 30, 2007 at 22:27 IP Logged IP Logged
request permission to come aboard, found this site by acciden, aboard eaton frome feb. 58 till june 62 as boatswain mate first then as gunnersmate,now i,m back in home state retired and living in kentucky,would like to hear frome fellow shipmates served with,
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Comments by Frank Genovese (genny) on Saturday, April 28, 2007 at 20:24 IP Logged IP Logged
Served Dec 1942 - Oct 1944 Boat coxswain. Living in Rockford,Ill. Anybody remember Espy.
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Comments by mark wickus on Sunday, April 08, 2007 at 14:06 IP Logged IP Logged
My Father served on the Eaton in the radio room from 1959-1960. He would love to hear from anyone who remembers him. His name is Harold Wickus, orginally from Baraboo WI, now resides in Fort Meyers Florida.
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Comments by Tom Andrews on Wednesday, April 04, 2007 at 11:06 IP Logged IP Logged
Shipmates, I want to let everyone know that Butch Horner an FT that served onboard in the late 50's and early 60's has lung cancer. I know he would appreciate any and all prayers. Thanks. I wish you Guys a gentle wind and a following sea.
Tom Andrews, SMC(SW) USN Ret.
Tour on board from 1-58 thru 4-61
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Comments by Dennis Soward on Tuesday, April 03, 2007 at 19:22 IP Logged IP Logged
Donald Soward, age 61, was lost last Sunday as a result of a government experiment in Nevada that failed. Investigators could only say that Donald knew of the dangers that were involved and was a willing and eager participant. No trace of Donald was found. He leaves behind his long time wife and companion Patti and his two sons Dennis and Mark. He was born and raised at 623 Elm Street in Covington, Kentucky. He had no other living family.3 cApril, 2007
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Comments by Matt DeFoor on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 00:00 IP Logged IP Logged
My father Randy DeFoor served on the Eaton right around the end of Vietnam as a Fire Control Officer. I would like to find some pics of him if anyone has any. Please E-mail me if you can help.
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Comments by Rick DeSherlia on Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 21:30 IP Logged IP Logged
My dad served on the 510 all of ww2 as for as I know.His name was John DeSherlia and was from Grafton,Ill.If any one might know him or have any photos of people or places she went or any info about the actions she was involved in please e-mail me. thanks
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Comments by James "Mac" McLendon on Saturday, March 03, 2007 at 21:43 IP Logged IP Logged
Reside in Franklin, Tennessee. Retired SMCS - served aboard the USS Eaton from 3/60 to 8/61. Was in the Bay of Pigs invasion also as an 18 year old SMSN (striker). Learned a tremendous amount from my seniors - a great beginning to a 21-year career. Thanks to all with whom I had a chance to be educated.
Wish everyone the very best. Fair winds and following seas!!
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Comments by Roland Chase on Thursday, February 22, 2007 at 14:36 IP Logged IP Logged
I was on the Eaton from '53-'55. Rejoined the civilian Navy, and am now attached to the Tin Can Sailors Assoc. in Somerset, MA We will be doing a Tin Can Sailor get-together at the Holiday Inn in Albany, NY on June 23, 2007. There will be guided tours aboard the USS Slater DE 766 along with good food, many Sea stories, even a Ship's Store. All Eaton vets and guests are welcome. For further info, please contact me.
Roland Chase (rolmadchase@msn.com)
Amsterdam, NY Thursday Feb. 22, 2007
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Comments by DavePorter on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 16:09 IP Logged IP Logged
I served aboard the Eaton for a very short time in early 1966. Came aboard in Jan. in Key West, FL. Discharged on March 11, 1966 in Norfolk, VA. Was EN2. Presently retired and living in Larkspur, CO
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Comments by John R (Bob) Tingle PN3 on Thursday, December 28, 2006 at 06:34 IP Logged IP Logged
Served aboard the Good Ship USS Eaton DDE 510 From Feb 56 until May 57. Took care of all personel records, plan of the day etc, worked with Comdr. R.E. Newberry. Updated the ships history at one time.Was aboard in CIC on the May day that we met the USS Wisconsin. Would love to hear from former shipmates Bob
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Comments by Robert Thornton on Sunday, December 10, 2006 at 21:43 IP Logged IP Logged
Served During the last wes-Pac tour. Was a SMSN. Went to the 2006 Fletcher Class destroyer men reunion on board the Carnival Cruise line ship Inspiration. GREAT Time met two other Eaton mates and sailors of the Fletcher class ships. Write me if you
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Comments by Richard Bantly on Tuesday, November 28, 2006 at 09:30 IP Logged IP Logged
My brother-in-law Richard Toth was aboard the Eaton from 1962 to 1966 in Fire Control. We're looking for apparel to buy him for Christmas. Is there a location/website that anyone suggests to purchase from?
Thanks for your help.
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Comments by Paul Giuliani on Monday, November 20, 2006 at 21:02 IP Logged IP Logged
Vermont - I served aboard USS Eaton briefly in 1965 before going to COMTHREE. I remember GITMO REFTRA, a diversion to Montego Bay and an after steering that crapped out around Cape Hatteras. God bless all you guys.
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Comments by Richard Diaz on Saturday, November 11, 2006 at 16:35 IP Logged IP Logged
Westford, Mass. I thought that I'ld let my old shipmates know that I wrote a book. No it's not about the Wespac tour of 67. I wrote it about bad health. It's available at www.illnessdefined.com - In it I define bad health and how to get it. I've been not well since 1971 and have done alot of research about disease and conditions. Plenty information on my website about the causes, incase you don't want to buy the book.lLeave your comments on by Guest Book page or email me at this email address.
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Comments by Ronald Grbavcik on Tuesday, November 07, 2006 at 13:04 IP Logged IP Logged
I was on the USS Steinaker DDR 863from 1952 till 1955 great ship and crew I live in Elyria Ohio 625 Mallard Dr
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Comments by Joe Lind on Monday, November 06, 2006 at 13:00 IP Logged IP Logged
June 20,2007, Will Mark The 40th Year That The Good Ship USS Eaton DD-510 Sailed From The Friendly Confines Of Norfolk Va, Bound For Vietnam, On Board Was A Mixture Of 18 and 19 Year Olds, Like Myself, And Some Well Seasoned Navy Veterans Of Many Sea Details, They Made Things More Bearable With Their Vast Wisdom And I Know We All Feel That Way, I Plan On Taking a Trip To Norfolk Next Year The Week Of June 20th And Take A Tour Of The Navy Base.
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Comments by Bob Sposito on Sunday, October 29, 2006 at 09:48 IP Logged IP Logged
I am sad to report that LT. Charles Duffy, formerly Communications Officer and Special Sea Detail OOD passed to his reward recently. Charlie was aboard the USS Eaton in the 1952 - 1954 time frame. Rollo Taylor has been on a mission to find Charlie over the last 50 years and finally found him in Florida earlier in 2006. A few of us seized upon the opportunity for a spontaneous get together in Virginia Beach reviewing our years aboard the Eaton. Great ship, great crew and good times.
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Comments by Henry Cybulski on Friday, October 27, 2006 at 16:59 IP Logged IP Logged
I served on Eaton with the Commodores staff from 1/55 to 9/55. I was YN2 and I came from the Bache where I had served since 1952. I am now living in Charlote NC. Since I was not ships company I do not attend reunions, but I do attend Bache reunions and remember the division ships very well.
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Comments by robert wandras bt three on Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 20:08 IP Logged IP Logged
coventry r.i.was aboard from 52 to 56
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Comments by Tom (Andy) Andrews on Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at 08:39 IP Logged IP Logged
I was onboard the Good ship Eaton from jan 58 thru April 61. Gene Dean got a set of orders to a reserve training ship in the Bronx (USS Delong DE-684) and he didn't want to go, We were both SM2's so I took them. I'M A WHOLE LOT SALTIER THAN KENEDY, DEAN, AND REDLEAD. I CAN'T EVEN GO SWIMMING BECAUSE THE WATER GETS ALL SALTY. ANDY
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Comments by Terri Wise on Friday, September 29, 2006 at 16:58 IP Logged IP Logged
My father, Jack Wise was onboard the USS Eaton in the South Pacific during WWII . I have his diary and a scrapbook of letters that his mother saved which I am transcribing into a book for him. I already made up a book for him of the USS Eaton DD 510 with history and photos. He was very appreciative as he was 17 when he was on board and went through the Pacific Theater and has great and not so great memories as so many do.
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Comments by Gerald V. [Jerry] Foster on Saturday, September 23, 2006 at 10:24 IP Logged IP Logged
I was on the USS Eaton 1956 - 1957 I was a second class Electrician. We were at Larry Gorvin home going over the Eaton material. If anyone remembers those years or me, please contact me or come to our ships reunion.
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Comments by Tom Cadenhead on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 22:21 IP Logged IP Logged
Tom Cadenhead STG-3, 66-67
Alive and kicking today in Jacksonville, Fl.
Hey shipmates. I've been perusing some of our other ships sites. It's a lot of fun. Even put some pictures on some of the eaton.
Have you seen the page for the Mississinewa AO-144? It was our oiler in the Carribean.
Remember the Shenandoh, the tender in Norfolk, and the Franklin, the old carrier tied up close to us awaiting dismantling?
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