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Gary E Wigley
Years Served: 1965-1969
Great friends and great Shipmates one cannot have asked for better.
Thanks for your help and friendship.
Smooth seas to one and all
garye wigley mm3 aft engine room
Years Served: Sept 1969 to Oct 1970
Great crew and friends.
MM2 Fwd Engine Rm
Best wishes to all.
Ron Picard SM3
Years Served: 1954-1958
I would love to get a hold of my old shipmates of my era
Russell A Mitchell
Years Served: 1962 - 1964
Hi to one and all. Would like to hear from anyone from my time aboard.
Lee V. Scales, SK1
Years Served: July 1966 - April 1968
Great Ship and Great Crew!
A couple of years ago (2005) Now that I've retired full time.
I took on the task to create a Website: http://www.portsidetwo.com (go there and see the other 24
To recall the days sailing with some of the best the Navy had.
THE CHOSEN FEW!
Especially during the time of October thru December 1967
In Memory of
MM2 Richard C. Archer, Hyannis, MA - (Gulf of Tonkin 09/25/67)
Paul G. Webb
Years Served: 1963-1965
I remember the great times serving as station ship in Hong Kong. God friends and wonderful memories.
Years Served: 1962-1966
GREAT SHIP AND CREW
WILLIAM BOLEN MM2
AFTER ENGINE ROOM
MAY GOD BLESS ALL THE CREW OF MANSFIELD
Years Served: 1963-1966
A good ship with a great crew. Forward engine room MM3 God's blessings to the crew
Years Served: 1948 to 1952
I served aboard the Mansfield before and during the Korean conflict. I remember the Inchon landings and hitting the mine. The trip back to the States minus 50 feet of the bow. There are many other memories which I cherish.
Charles Henry Kimball
Years Served: 1966-1969
Great ship and great crew while on board 66-69..Like to hear from any of the guys I served with...
Pat Toole, CS3
Years Served: 1967-1969
Great ship and crew!!
Years Served: 1966-1969
Best wishes to all
I served on the USS Mansfield from December 24, 1960 through April,18, 1964
I was a Hospital Corpsman. Great memories and super great Crew Members.
Served on the Mansfield from November 1969 (Drydock) through February 1971 when we put Jayne’s Fighting Ship in Mothballs. It was the best experience of my life and I am grateful to have served with a great group of men. DD728 was the Queen of DESRON9.
Jane’s Fighting Ship Jan 1964 to Nov 1966. It was home for 3 years. The longest time at sea for me was Aug. 1966 when we left the Subic and 90+ days later arrived in Hong Kong. It was a time of Rearm , refuel, Replenish and back up the Saigon River. then patrol the DMZ and finally heading into Haipong within range of their shore batteries. A fighting ship it was with more rounds on Vietnam than any other naval vessel. Greetings to the crew. We did our job well and enjoyed our times in the many ports we encountered.
“Jaynes Fighting Ship” was the best in Desron 9. Wehot hit in Dong Hoi lost MM2 Archer. Was on there from March 1965-1968. Rememberhe
“TO SUBIC WITH LOVE " flag Capt. Donald Nellie.
Norman Boyack….I lived in Lakewood WA and my neighbor was the CO
When Mansfield went into Inchon, he wrote a book about it, he passed away about 8-10 years ago. She was a beautiful ship, THE GRAY LADY
A great ship and crew 63-66