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USS Mississinewa - AO-144
Three Oilers

BIG IMAGE
by William Zarkas
Decommisioned
by Darrell Hobson
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Big 1966 photo
Passing Gibraltar
Unrep on way to Portsmouth August 1966
Rota to Naples Unrep 1967
Russian Cruiser

Photos  by

Richard Jahr

EM2
1966-1969

Richard at Naples

USS American Unrep

Highline in the Med
Pier 66 In Naples..At Achor In Naples NAPLES TUG


FISHING OFF GETMO
NEOSHO IN NAPLES

MELVILLE OIL PIER




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Damage photos from 1975 collision with the USS Saratoga CV-60 by Bruce Kromer. Bruce was running the span wire on the 02 level that day and had to take off running because the Sara also damaged the 02 and 03 level of the forward super structure.  Unfortunately he didn't have pictures of that damage. Notice the temporary railing the HT's had to weld because of the hole in the Bow.
Bruce Kromer BM3 1974-1976

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Photos by

Jim Puryear,

 RM2 1976-1982
UNREP MISSY
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Y'all delivered a lot of personal stuff to me
including my harmonica and a book written by Grandmother.  Thanks.

I was aboard the USS Eaton DD-510 in 66 and 67 in the Caribbean.  We represented the United States on the island of Barbados when she declared her independence.  The Mississinewa was our oiler.  There was a time when I had quite a few pictures of her, but, alas, they are misplaced.  These are on the Eaton's website attached to a copy of some of my diary published there.
 
 


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