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Name: Steve Martin
Date: 2000-06-07
Crewmember? no
From: Lakeland, Florida
Comments: Looked at your site briefly in my search for something totally unrelated and enjoyed it and plan to look at it more later.



Name: john p. brown
Date: 2000-06-07
Crewmember? no
From: lexington,kentucky
Comments: I just found this site looking for things about the philippines keep the good work up on your site hope you find more members of lst 794 john p. brown



Name: Robert Walker
Date: 2000-06-07
Crewmember? no
From: Naval Station Argentia Newfoundland
Comments: I Like your site I think it is importantthat everyone knows the history of our country and the history of those brave men who saved us from german or japanesse enslavement, you do your father honor. I myself was born and raised in the U.S. Navy my father a a lifelong Boatsuns mate Chief, I joined the marines just to try to do him one better, and maybe make him a little mad. didnt work, he was Proud as hell of me . I never knew he wanted to be a marine, but was too small and so joined the Navy. Well at 42 years of age the Seabug has bitten me, in 60 days I will be retireing to sail a 30ft sailboat I purchased, And I will think of your father and mine, and I will pray every day that the Coast Guagdsmen today willhave Half the intelligence Courage and wisdom that they had God Love You For Remembering R>W>



Name: Brian Baldwin
Date: 2000-06-06
Crewmember? No
From: Pottsville, PA
Comments: This is an excellent tribute to your father, his fellow shipmates, and all of the men who served on LST"s. My Grandfather, Leonard Musalavage, was on an LST (I believe LST-703) in the South Pacific during WWII. He didn"t like to talk about the war, and he didn"t keep many things from his experience except a few photographs. If you or anyone knew him or knows someone who served on the 703, please contact me. I would really like to learn more.



Name: Tim
Date: 2000-06-06
Crewmember? no
From: Cal
Comments: Stumbled on site. Reminded me of the most relaxing 3 days of my one year tour in VN. Our 101st Airborne unit moved north to Quin Nhon and could do nothing but relax for the trip. No worry of snipers or mortars. I have a movie I made of it but not sure it shows the ship name or numbers.



Name: Jim Harp
Date: 2000-06-05
Crewmember? No.
From: Just north of Seattle.
Comments: I am a former crew member of theUSS Tom Green County LST 1159.



Name: Paula
Date: 2000-06-05
Crewmember? No
From: New Kensington, PA
Comments: My dad was on the LST 707 in the South Pacific during WWII. This is so interesting to my family and I. My dad did not like to talk about his service in WWII. I was once told by a military person that "LST" stood for a "long slow target." Thank you all Vets for the freedoms my family and I enjoy today. God bless you all!



Name: joshua Anderson
Date: 2000-06-04
Crewmember? no
From: utah
Comments: I realy enjoyed your website.



Name: Vance Jones
Date: 2000-06-04
Crewmember? N
From: BAYTOWN, TEXAS
Comments: I ENJOY KNOWING ABOUT WHAT HAPPEND BACK THEN.



Name: W. J. Wheeler
Date: 2000-06-04
Crewmember? no, I was in the crew of LST 1012
From: Mesa, Arizona
Comments: I am a memberr of the national LST Association, , Arizona Chapter, we meet 4 times a year in Phoenix Area. LST 1012 was in the Pacific area at the same time as the 794, and I have a diary of a member of the black gang during this period. I will send you a copy if you are interested. Joe Wheeler


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