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Name: James Perlowski
Date: 2017-01-16
Crewmember? I am not a Member nor related
From: Kentucky
Comments: Hello,

Thank you for keeping the LST 794 site up and running.

For many years now I have listed your site on our links page, and then when visiting today, noticed that you have a "Links to other LST sites" located at the following address:

http://www.lst794.org/Links.html

Is it at all possible that you could include Harv's on your list, as he was an old LST'er who was on the 333, the first LST sunk during World War Two. I've kept his site alive these many years and recently updated it, because I cannot let go.

I'm sure you know what I mean.

http://harvsite.info

Anyway, take care, and thanks again for continuing on with the tradition of proudly flying her colors. People should know and remember the bravery that these men gave to our Country, and your site, and many like her, don't go unnoticed by us!

Regards,

James


Name: Jodie J Jordan
Date: 2016-03-17
Crewmember? Related Willard J. Jordan, his Son
From: Sandusky, Ohio
Comments: My Dad passed 04/17/1991.
He loved his Ship, reunions with his Shipmates. My Dad was proud of his ship & his wartime service...


Name: Smithk135
Date: 2015-12-03
Crewmember?
From:
Comments: I needed to thank you for this good read!! I certainly enjoyed every little bit of it. I've got you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post adedkgacdcdgfbeb


Name: Margaret McNeil Huls Henderson
Date: 2012-05-31
Crewmember? my husband was George H. Huls
From: Lived in CA and Iowa now Yuma, AZ
Comments: I was lucky to be at the commissioning in Pittsburgh, again in California before it sailed to the Pacific. George passed away Nov. 8, 1996 we were divorced in 1969 and I have been married to my present husband who is 93 years old for 43 years and he was in the Air Corp and served in CBI My son also served in the Navy George R. Huls. Have many memories.


Name: Margaret McNeil Huls Henderson
Date: 2012-05-31
Crewmember? was wife of crew member
From:
Comments: You can see a picture of George - Shell back ceremony on the left


Name: BoydMartin usn ret.
Date: 2012-04-25
Crewmember? I wish
From: Carroll co in
Comments: My ol. Dad, was on board an lst during WW2 ,as he said,a large slow target. He was in the South Pacific,against the japs.Not all Dads stories were about battles.most were about the friends he made,the places he went,and tales of the mighty pacific....So,being the son of a son of a sailor,chose to go to sea,and,I'm gled I did. Fair winds,and,following,seas.


Name: margueritte green
Date: 2011-12-01
Crewmember? no
From: White Salmon Washington
Comments: My dad was in the Philippines in world war II and he was talking about the shellbacks. He passed away and I'm trying to find out how I could get a shellback certificate for him so we could also honor that part of our history, Do you have any information about this. Thank You. He was Army/Air Force.


Name: James L Perlowski Jr.
Date: 2011-10-31
Crewmember?
From: Kentucky
Comments: A very nice site dedicated to these great men. I also have done a site located at: http://harvsite.info which was is for my father-in-law and those who served on the LST 333. If you could, please link to him, as your site has been on our links page for many many years now.


Name: John Balabouhin
Date: 2011-08-17
Crewmember? NO
From: Brisbane Australia
Comments: In 1946 at the age of 9 I was transported by US Navy LST (number unknown) from Tsingtao (now Qingdao)to Shanghai. I would like to know which LST it was. For the record this was a "mercy trip" conducted by US Government to remove Europians from harms way, Communist invasion was iminent.


Name: Peter Mangin
Date: 2011-05-08
Crewmember? Yes
From: Fair Lawn NJ
Comments: Thank you so much for this website my name is Peter Mangin and Felix Mangin who served on LST 794 was my grandfather. He past away when I was very young and I never really knew about his service in WWII. My father Robert Mangin served in the U.S Army and I just recently recieved my discharge from the Marine Corps. My Father passed away when I got home from Iraq so I never got to ask him the questions that I wish I would have cared about when I was younger. I can't tell you how thankful I am to have this information about my grandfather and now I can put a story behind the purple heart that is displayed next to both my father and grandfathers military funeral honours flags in my home. Thank you again!

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