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7 comments:

  1. Ron Fay - rfay1@cinci.rr.com

    I was lead sax on the comdseflot 2 tour around South America in 1961 on the USS Norfolk. Chief Ralph Aurillo was our Band Master. I think Ralph lives in Texas Now. He lived in Delaware in the 60's. Would like to hear from him!

    (Originally posted 29JUN14)

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  2. John Engman - jengman@clearwire.net

    Alive and kicking and doing great in Bellingham, WA.

    (Originally posted 7JUL14)

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  3. Tommy Redcay -- paradd27@comcast.net
    Still looking for guys I knew.

    (Originally posted 9JUL14)

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  4. Thomas Porter -- cloud09@windstream.net

    Played trumpet and attended SOM in 1966. Unit Band 106 Com Cru Des Pac then Unit Band 161 Brooklyn NY

    (Originally posted 8MAR15)

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  5. Alan Valentine - alval12@hotmail.com

    Watched a few films of the Navy Show Band and a whole bunch of great memories came back to me. Mike Beegle was my roomie during one of the Unitas cruises and man, did we have fun!! Thanks Mike. I,m in beautiful Colorado and still playing. Let's go out for just one tonight. Yea, sure!

    (Originally posted 31MAR15)

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  6. Looking for a way to pick up some spare change at the reunion next month? I'll give a quarter to everyone who can get through the whole thing without, at some point, singing "Kansas City."

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    1. Frank, you wouldn't make any money from me. I still sing whenever I get the chance. Hope to see you, shipmate.

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