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Comments by Hank Toppett on Tuesday, August 15, 2006 at 22:13 IP Logged IP Logged
I was a Sonar Technician 1st Class in US Navy from 1978-1985. My uncle, Bob Karpola, served aboard Eaton at time of collision with Wisconsin. He was a Gunners Mate. He is alive and well(for an old salt) and lives outside Chicago. Anyone know him???
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Comments by channla j eaton on Saturday, July 29, 2006 at 18:15 IP Logged IP Logged
i come from enfield ct and my grandfather served on cvl28
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Comments by Ed Mc Hugh on Saturday, July 29, 2006 at 10:06 IP Logged IP Logged
Hi Guy's, anyone from the Eaton remember an incident involving a youman getting killed by a hedghog? I remember hearing about it but it was long before I came aboard. If anyone remembers it could you pls. contact Don at donmcelfres@sbcglobal.net He's writing an artical on hedghog mishaps. Thanks Guy's, Ed McHugh. P.S. You can see his request in current iss. of tin can sailor mag.
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Comments by Ed McHugh on Wednesday, July 26, 2006 at 08:12 IP Logged IP Logged
Hi Guys, it's nice to have the guestbook back up and running. Thank you Leon and Merv for the great job. More to come later. Ed Mc Hugh, Binghamton N. Y.
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Comments by Ken Shepard on Sunday, July 16, 2006 at 15:08 IP Logged IP Logged
Merv, thanks for getting the guest book going again. It is enjoyable to read the comments from the past. I was on board from '57-'58.
Will be visiting this site often.
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Comments by Roland L.Taylor on Thursday, July 13, 2006 at 14:43 IP Logged IP Logged
I served aboard the Eaton from 1953 to 1956 and left as Gunnery Officer.The recent reunion at Norfolk resulted in writing the Eaton's account of the collision and has been accepted for publication by the Naval Institute Procedings' Naval History Magazine.
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Comments by Keith Allbright (Shorty)YN3 on Saturday, July 08, 2006 at 20:30 IP Logged IP Logged
Shoals, Indiana. I served aboard from 1960-63. I remember the bay of pigs. Had a lot of great times and made a lot of freinds. I was trying to think of the other ships in our task force. I remember the Murrey, Beale, can't remember the rest. I know there were seven destroyers.
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Comments by Hank McMath ( MAC) on Tuesday, July 04, 2006 at 11:18 IP Logged IP Logged
I served on the Eaton from March 1962 to June 1964. Remember the ice storm and the Cuban Blockade. I was in A Gang EN2. I now live in Houston Texas.
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Comments by Keith B Daniels on Friday, June 30, 2006 at 11:51 IP Logged IP Logged
Served 1953 to 1956 in the days of the old ASW exercises. Northern area with showing flag on D-Day at Normandy. DCA at time of collision. Left Eaton in drydock. Physics Professor 1963-1998. Good meeting with old friends to mark 50th date of the collision.
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Comments by W. Phil Jordan on Thursday, June 29, 2006 at 21:34 IP Logged IP Logged
I was aboard the Eaton from October 1951 to October 1953 as Air Defense Officer and later as Gunnery Officer when she was recommissioned as DDE 510.Many thanks for this web site so we can keep in touch with shipmates who were proud to have served on this ole hunk of steel. Monticello, Georgia
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Comments by Richard Diaz on Tuesday, June 27, 2006 at 13:34 IP Logged IP Logged
Westford, MA
Hi . . . I've been busy moving from Utah to Massachusetts. Hope everything is ship shape with everybody. I was thinking about the Cruise Book. I wonder if there are still copies of it out there and if anybody would make the effort to scan it into digital format? I wish that I had purchased it . . . but I couldn't afford it at the time. Sn pay you know.
I'm still looking for Rob Moody the Corpman striker . I think he left the Navy after we returned from Asia. If anyone has any info
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Comments by Jim Bridger on Tuesday, June 27, 2006 at 07:55 IP Logged IP Logged
Served aboard from 63-64, Med cruise. Work in maun control.
jim bridger
cooperstown n.y.
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Comments by Brian P. Kenedy on Monday, June 26, 2006 at 10:44 IP Logged IP Logged
Sererved aboard Eaton from 1955 to 59. Lef as a QM2.Served dring the Wisconsin ramming, trip around Cape of Good Hope, and 4 mos. in the Red Sea.
Am still in contact with a dozen or so of my old shipmates. We are I must say a wonderous lot. Thanks to whoever put this website together. We owe you...Brian Kenedy, Bonita Springs FL..
A fair wind and a following sea to all of you.
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Comments by Craven (Del) Cates on Monday, June 26, 2006 at 03:48 IP Logged IP Logged
Served aboard the Eaton in 1956 to 1958. I was on board during the collision, the 1957 Middle East cruise and the misfire of the Able weapon. I now live in Hernando Bch Fl. I would like to here from anyone and chat about Those days
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Comments by T.P. Sykes,SH1 on Saturday, June 24, 2006 at 23:48 IP Logged IP Logged
Haw River, North Carolina
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Comments by Walter (Gene) Dean on Saturday, June 24, 2006 at 14:42 IP Logged IP Logged
I was aboard from 56 to 6-3-61
I now reside in Farner, TN. 37333
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Comments by Roland L. Taylor on Saturday, June 24, 2006 at 13:25 IP Logged IP Logged
Thanks for getting the guest book working again. I think I will have a contribution within a couple of weeks.
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Comments by Ron Giles on Saturday, June 24, 2006 at 09:45 IP Logged IP Logged
Hello shipmates... what a great website!I served aboard Eaton from 1955 until 1958..After I was discharged,I went to school and ultimately enjoyed a long career as an Industrial Engineer, and plant manager in the Wood Turning busuness..Then LT(jg) Robert Sposito has been in touch, and I was more than pleased to hear from him.I left the ship to be married during the days of the collision, and in my scrapbook, of our early married days, my leave pass is attached...My days aboard Eaton were Great!
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Comments by Bob Sposito on Friday, June 23, 2006 at 08:30 IP Logged IP Logged
Thank You Leon and Merv. It is great to see the USS Eaton Website alive, activated and back in operation. Over the last few years it has been a great means of keeping in touch and finding new "old" friends after more than 50 years. Best wishes. Spo
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Comments by Lee Freeman STG2 on Friday, June 09, 2006 at 09:46 IP Logged IP Logged
I served aboard the Eaton from 1966-1968 and went on the West PAC Cruise to View Nam. I hold many great memories of the times aboard the Eaton. It is strange how after all these years we have also become a Band of Brothers. Thank you Merv for taking over the web site and for your efforts to keep us all together.
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Comments by Mervyn Terrell on Monday, May 22, 2006 at 09:42 IP Logged IP Logged
Hello Shipmates,
I've took over the website from Lee Freeman. Lee did not have time to do any updates, etc. I will have a limited amount of time myself. Lee also had trouble with robots adding comments to old guestbook and no way of editing comments before they went on line. So whenever you type your comments in the guest book, make sure that you type in the security code. This keeps robots from adding junk to guestbook. I just wanted to put the guestbook back on-line so we can all stay in touch. Let's see what happens!
Thanks, Merv Terrell (RM3, 66-67)
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