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This is a full crew picture taken in 1952 or 1953. Click to expand to full view. 


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Don't know who these guys are but I remember their faces Looks like we are kicking back after a long day of chipping paint. I do remember those pipes and the hundred times I tripped over them. Also remember climbing into those tanks and hauling out hundreds of buckets of rust on our way back to the states from WestPac. I guess cleaning out those tanks was the dirtiest job in the navy.

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Don't remember the name but remember the face and bald head.

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Don't know the names of these two gentlemen. The piece of machinery behind them is a wench we used to keep the hose lines at just the right tension during fueling at sea. I did that at age 17. Can't imagine giving my high school students that much responsibility today.

Captain Jukes


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Garrel Shelton, GM3


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Frank Schneemann


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Mess duty. Work in the galley serving food at meal time. Not bad duty, better than chipping paint all day.


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Who ?

Guy in the middle is Garrel Shelton

Ed Kelly and ? in the Metal Shop.

Thanks for the picture, Ed.

From Garrell Shelton, thanks.

QM3, Ed Cleary



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