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< < < USNS Truckee (T-AO 147)General characteristics, crew list, accidents aboard ship, image gallery.
< < < NavyMemorieshop.comHistory, 1965 data, epilogue, a port of call map and more. Don't forget to click in the "See Details" boxes on the map! Be sure to check out the available chapters of Vern's book about oilers and The Truckee.
< < < NavSource OnlineShip information and pictures.
< < < Join the USS Truckee GroupThe USS Truckee Group formed by Mike Landers! It's a great way for Truckee sailors to stay in touch with one another.
Truckee Sailors With Web Sites(Please let me know if you would like your site listed)
< < < Uncle Hershel ButtsHershel Butts, SFP2, 1957-1960. "Uncle Hershel" is a professional musician working out of Mt. Juliet, TN. Yes, that's about as "Country Music USA" as you're going to get. His site has a lot of sound clips that are just waiting for you to enjoy!
< < < Fronza DesignJohn Fronza, FN, 1965-1969. John works out of Atlanta, GA. Fronza Design provides successful, results oriented graphic design, production, and exhibit design that achieve the marketing objectives of our clients with a high return on their investment while consistently striving for excellence and maintaining core values of integrity, honesty and dependability.
< < < Kerry RuthKerry Ruth, MM3, 1976-1979. Kerry lives in Utah. His page contains lots of information about his family, Navy Seals, Utah, etc. After seeing those photos, I'm definately planning a trip to Bryce Canyon... That's a "must-see"!
< < < Crisis Response 101Mike Landers, SH3, 1971-1974. Mike has been been conducting Crisis Response courses for the past six years and has trained both private and public educators and other individuals interested in crisis response within the corporate arena. The course is designed to take a proactive approach.
< < < Operation Deepfreeze
Phil Richardson, FT2, 1956-1957. Phil talks about his time on board the USS Nespelen AOG-55 (1955-1956) as they were assigned to Operation Deepfreeze in the Antarctic. This is some really interesting stuff with lots of pictures and a "must read" for anyone interested in "tankers and ice"!
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