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ROBERT FAULDS
04-23-2017
12:35 AM ET (US)
CORRRECT MESSAGE OF ROBERT FAULDS DATED 4-23-17, THRIFT STORE COST OF MUG WAS ONLY $1.00 NOT $100. WILL MAIL FREE TO ANY REQUESTOR FROM CG47.
Edited 04-23-2017 12:39 AM
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ROBERT FAULDS
04-23-2017
12:33 AM ET (US)
HAVE A TRIANGULAR BASE COFFEE MUG WITH USS TICONDEROGA CG 47 ON IT - PERFECT CONDITION - I WILL IT FREE TO ANY CREW MEMBER CALLING 215-744-3003. i AM 84 BUT FORMER CREWMAN FT2 USS TOLEDO CA133 - BOUGHT CUP FOR $100 THRIFT STORE BUT IT SHOULD BE IN HANDS OF TICONDEROGA CREWMAN NOT ME AS IT IS NICE MEMORABILIA BUT NOT TO ANOTHER SHIP'S PERSON. ANYBODY NEAR PHILADELPHIA,PA. 19124?
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John Roseberry
10-13-2016
06:04 PM ET (US)
My uncle Kenneth Roseberry was on this Ticonderoga am 72 but when I was 6 my dad took us to Bremerton to see it it was rust then as I remember
My dad cried and I didn't know why
I know now
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Diane Ringer
11-17-2014
12:02 PM ET (US)
I got this email message buy I can not read it when I click on it. It may be important And I would like to be able to read it. Help thank too On Nov 14, 2014 3:28 PM, "QT - ringingdi@gmail.com (via CM Backup)" < qtopic-6-AQm2Rp9WfP87k5BFKoHk@quicktopic.com> wrote:

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11-14-2014
04:28 PM ET (US)
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Bill Sauer
04-14-2014
09:51 PM ET (US)
That is cool, but are you sure that is where she will be going. I would like something to remember TICO too. It is sad for sure to see TICO sitting there and rusting away to nothing. I think like you do Harold it is like losing a child for sure. Harold let me know how that goes in getting ahold of that place I may write to them also, and see what I can get too. I have many things here I collect over the years and I that something from the ship would be awesome. Harold thnks and lets stay in touch
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Harold Tucker Plankowner
04-11-2014
05:01 PM ET (US)
I was Phase II precom crew. Got to Ingalls in early 1982. She had just been moved to the Wet Dock where us and the yardbirds finished building her. You know the commissioning date and I was on there till January 1984. Got flown off to the Indy, just off of Beirut and flew back to the states. To see her sitting in rust at Philly and knowing she is going to be scrapped is like losing your own child. She deserves better. I know she is qualified to be listed as a National Historic Place. But I could never get anyone to help with the paperwork to get her listed and thus saved. She would be turned over to the Park Service for preservation. I'm going to contact the graving yard that gets her and buy the blast hatch to Mount 51.

Also....

I WANT MY DANG BRASS BARREL SLEEVES AND BRASS TOMPIONS FIR BOTH GUN MOUNTS BACK. I PAID FOR THEM.... I'll bet some yardbird got them and sold them as scrap.
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Bill Sauer
04-11-2014
10:22 AM ET (US)
Hi Harold, Many thanks for the info and website. I will look into it today. I see your a plankonwer when dis you sever on Tico. I was there from April 10, 1985 - Novermber 6, 1988. I am looking for shipmates during that time, and catch up on old time. Again thanks Harold
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Harold Tucker plankowner
04-11-2014
03:28 AM ET (US)
What I'd love to know is who or where MY brass barrel sleeves and tompions ended up. They cost me a lot of money.
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Harold Tucker plankowner
04-11-2014
03:24 AM ET (US)
SupShip for ships for the Ghost Fleet is who was doing it when I retired in 06. There they have the list of all personnel who are certified Plankowners. This means anyone who was permanent party at the date of commissioning. No TDY's and the best I can remember, we had no units attached when we commissioned.
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