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Name: Gail Cross
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? no
From: Tennessee
Comments: My dad landed on Okinawa with the Seabees and was fortunate to live through that experience. He has been dead several years buy I am researching his Navy history and experiences. I especially enjoy your photos and they give me a sense of what dad went through as a sailor in the Pacific war. Thanks.

Name: Michele Meenan Antolin
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? Yes, my Uncle Bill was a crew member
From: Born in NY, raised in NJ and living in Washington
Comments: Dear Steve, What a wonderful Web site, I know Uncle Bill would be so pleased!! I loved seeing the photo of him. I will always miss him. Love-Michele PS. Say hi to my cousins and Aunt Jerry.

Name: Jim Hewson
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? no
From: NY, originally from Buffalo area
Comments: I think these individual LST sites are great. Would like to make one sometime for the ship I was on, the USS LST 1041.We have an active reunion group.

Name: Dick Dearkland
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? No
From: Chicago
Comments: Meet King Neptune about the sme time you all did. Commissioned the USS Jason ARH-1.1944 and went all the way China/Japan..If any one knows some one the Jason, please contact me.Found your site, causethese landlubbers,are destroying the beaches where the Turtles lay thier eggs,what the nets/big fish don,t catch maybe survive..If I get a email address of a few Governors over here,maybe all the shellbacks,can let them know we " do care" Seaman 1st class, Dick DeArkland

Name: Sandy Johnson
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? No but my father was on a lsm 98 during this time
From: Iowa
Comments: I"ve been looking for info on my dad"s ship. Just browsing. Thanks.

Name: Richard Charitat
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? Yes/My dad.
From: Houston, Texas
Comments: My father was wounded on the 794 during the invasion of Okinawa. He had already won a purple heart when he had been wounded earlier in the war on LST 354, near Vella LaVella (1943). He turned down the second purple heart, (probably saw no point in it.) My aunt was "surfing the web" recently, she entered her last name, and your site came up. Sure enough, it mentions my father being wounded on April 7th. I think your web site is great, and full of very useful information. I"m going to try and get my dad that second purple heart while he is still alive. The data on your site will help a great deal.Richard Charitat

Name: Rich Wagner
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? no
From: Philadelphia
Comments: Steve, this is a great site! From some of the stories here it seems like McHale"s Navy wasn"t too far off the mark. Rich Wagner

Name: Jon Meyer
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? no
From: Toledo, Ohio
Comments: I am 16 years old and just wanted to thank you for maintaining the dignity of our veteren

Name: Blaine W. Price
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? no I served on the LST 45
From: jacksonville,Fl.
Comments: I like your verse on this lovely type ship"s. they were wounders in their day.

Name: Dan Buri son of David Buri (div coxin ls
Date: 2000-01-01
Crewmember? no related to 937 crew
From: Pittsburgh PA
Comments: Thank you, for building this site.I am looking for information on the crew and the ship. If you can help please write back. Thanks again.Daniel Buri

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