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Name: Kevin Terwilliger
Date: 2009-07-11
Crewmember?
From: New Jersey
Comments: Great site. My father (Robert Terwilliger MMoM1) served on LST-612 and I enjoy all LST web sites and reading all those stories. We will not forget your service, Thank you all.


Name: Kyle Nappi
Date: 2008-06-19
Crewmember? No
From: Ostrander, OH
Comments: Hello. My name is Kyle Nappi. I am 18 years old and I live in Ostrander, Ohio ( USA ). I was wondering if you could do me a favor.

I have a big interest in history, specifically WWII. I collect military medals, patches, badges, insignia, field gear, and a very unique thing, veteran autographs. I have a collection of autographs from military veterans who served during WWI, WWII, Korea , Vietnam , Gulf War, and the present war in Iraq .

I have been interested in history for over 6 years now, and I have collected the autographs and stories from nearly 1,600 veterans in 20 countries. The oldest veteran is currently 112 years old and the youngest enlisted at age 14. I have autographs from Pearl Harbor survivors, D-Day veterans, airman, POWs, USS Indianapolis survivors, Holocaust survivors, and even German soldiers!

Back in June, I was interview by Brent Davis, who works for PBS. He called my in early-June and asked if I wanted to come down to talk about my collection for an interview that was to shown online. Once, I was there, I met Mr. Davis, and he did the first interview about my collection. After that, he and others that worked there, thought that I had a good amount in my collection, so they asked me if they could interview me for "The Columbus World War II Roadshow." They mentioned that it was to come on (in Central-Ohio) before some of the episodes of Ken Burns’ "The War." You can find this interview on YouTube under "Kyle Nappi."

There have been several other people have taken the time to post my request online and in newspapers. There are too many for me to list, but if you go to Google or Yahoo and search “Kyle Nappi” you can find most of them.

Recently, I also had the privilege of going to Washington, D.C. during the early part of March. I was invited to the Pentagon for a Ceremony honoring WWI veterans. I was able to meet with the last American WWI veteran, Frank Buckles.

My main purpose for writing it to share with you that people from our generation do remember the past and the sacrifices that were made for our great country. I would greatly appreciate it if you could pass the word around that there are people who remember. Thank you very much for your time.

Sincerely,

Kyle Nappi




Kyle Nappi
1890 Warren Rd.
Ostrander, OH 43061 USA
Phone Number: 740-363-8095
E-mail: knap607@yahoo.com


Name: Brian Kelley
Date: 2008-05-22
Crewmember? My Dad was on LST833
From: Cape Cod Mass
Comments: Thanks for taking the time to honor our veterans ands families. My dad never talked alot about his service so it's good to see history preserved.


Name: Eugene B. Clark QMC3
Date: 2008-02-03
Crewmember? no
From: LCT418 &LST 1000
Comments: Would like to hear from veterans from the LCT 418


Name: Larry Makus
Date: 2008-01-30
Crewmember? son of Gilbert Makus
From: Moscow, ID
Comments: Always enjoy looking over stuff from my fathers military service.


Name: Leigh Ann Steen
Date: 2007-01-24
Crewmember? my father was a crew member
From: Teague, TX
Comments: My father was Marcus Holmes and was a signalman. He passed away 22 years ago. I really appreciate the website.


Name: Lori Musgrave
Date: 2007-01-23
Crewmember? my father was
From: Dade City, Florida
Comments: My father served on the LST 794, I believe as a mechanic, he died 2 years ago and I have been going through his things.
Thank you for this sight and the passion you have.


Name: Sandy
Date: 2007-01-23
Crewmember? Yes
From: Dunedin, Florida
Comments: My sister Lori Musgrave just signed on and I'm signing as well. Our father is George Carl Grothe,he had died Jan.16-05. We believe he was a Chief Machinist...Sandy Schaffner


Name: James M. Kacey
Date: 2006-12-09
Crewmember? NO
From: Former Duquesne, Pa/ Now Cheshire Ct
Comments: Served aboard USS WOOD COUNTY LST 1178 1961-63 Cuban Missile Crisis/ Flagship/ Clean Sweep of operations / Turned back 22 of 26 Russian Freighters, taking out first Four, without sinking/ Had aboard 3,770 Nuclear Warheads, bound for Cuban Ports ..Had to go through us first.. We had Three Years of Battle Effiency E'S, Why JFK ordered us In......


Name: Joseph Leskin
Date: 2006-12-07
Crewmember? related
From: Brockton, Pa.
Comments: The pic of the Dr. crossing in the bossum chair is my uncle. He passed away in either 1966 or 67 from heart failer at age 49. I have 1 or 2 of these original pics.

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