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Bob Neuman Email
04/21/10

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Took Holland from San Diego to Charleston to Holy Loch.One long cruise. Would like to get ships patch and maybe a coffee mug.


Gregory J. Beers Email
04/20/10

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My name is Christine Beers.  My husband Gregory J. Beers served aboard the USS HOLLAND during the year 1985.  He was medivaced off the ship Oct of 1985.  He passed away in September of 1989, and I was just wondering if any of his shipmates have ever inquired about him or if you have any pictures of him or perhaps video?  He loved the ship and what he did on it.  He was a Marine and a guard of Nuclear weapons aboard the ship.  I have pictures that show some folks from the ship but cannot read some of the writing of the names on the back of the pictures.  I am working on that part but it is difficult.  Thank you!


Debra Markland Email
04/20/10

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The US Navy was the best years of my life. Being at open sea was the best. I remember most of the wonderful friends I made, and all the good times. It's terribly sad to see her now in Suisun Bay with rust on her and no one caring for her. She should be in the Pacific as a sunken reef.

Haze Gray and under way!


Mike Staton 
04/19/10

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Still remember many good friends and many good "duty" nights while working with sub-mariners.


Tom Maguire 
04/19/10

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Great time on board and in Rota


Edward Faust Email
04/19/10

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I enjoyed both tours and would enjoy a trip back.


dave crume Email
04/17/10

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well i made 1st in the reserve and it was grand in scotland wish i could have stayed on board but my needs to the navy was needed in washington dc adm staff for military sealift command 4228 wisconson ave nw and navy yard in dc with nis and so forth also i gotr cought up in the reagons cut backs and well ended up in the reserve as ending my carreer with the navy as a reservist but i learned a lot about leadership and values of life aboard the holland after nam what a readjustment phase


TRAE HODSON Email
04/14/10

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HAD A BALL...LOVE TO TALK TO SOME OLD FRIENDS..


Ken Lhuillier Email
04/11/10

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miss the friends and never foget the times


William Lynn Rice 
04/10/10

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Proud to have served onboard USS HOLLAND AS-32


joe BACO mudry Email
04/10/10

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BREW CREW RULES!!!!!!


Phillip E Smith Email
04/10/10

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Would like to contact shipmates from 65-66 that were in Rota. Kinda lost trac over the years.


Ethel (Denise) Grant Email
04/09/10

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I enjoyed some of my time on the Holland, had some hard times as well. I made it through and met some great people and still
in touch with one of my Best Friends I met on the Holland. Would love to hear from some of my shipmates.


Ben Hambleton Email
04/06/10

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Enjoyed Spain.


Roland Johnson Email
04/06/10

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Good years learning electronics and how to waste every dime the Navy paid me.


Roland Johnson Email
04/06/10

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Good years of learning electronics and how to waste every dime the Navy paid me.


Robert Hockenberry Email
04/05/10

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I didn't get to Scotland.  I spent 3 years on Guam (Proteus) Somebody owes me big time. 
Hope to attend the Jacksonville reunion (2010) and perhaps see some 'old' friends.


Ray Krupa Email
04/05/10

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There was alot of long days and nights working on the boat


David E. Dyke Email
04/05/10

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Enjoyed the time on board in Rota. Was able to have my wife join me while station in Rota and have my first born there.
I was fortunate enough to extend my tour in order to bring the boat back to Charleston and prep for the yards.


John Oelfke Email
04/05/10

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I was part of the commissioning crew.

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