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USS PHOEBE MSC 199
 
 

ROLL CALL

PHOEBE SHIPMATES
& E-MAIL ADDRESSES

 
 
Sasebo, Japan, The Phoebe's home port
 
 
THE PHOEBE
nice pictures of the Phoebe
 
 
LARGE PICTURES OF THE PHOEBE
great detail, loads slowly, worth the wait!
 
 
PHOEBE SAILORS DOING WHAT THEY DO BEST!
When they are not on Liberty!
 
 
NEW PICTURES from Ensign Mike Nelson
new pictures Mike Nelson
 
 
USS PHOEBE IN VIETNAM ON MARKET TIME PATROL
 
 
PHOEBE SAILORS page1
Life on the Phoebe
 
 
PHOEBE SAILORS page 2
 
 
Phoebe crew Pictures
 
 
Captain Tom Freeman
Captain Freeman and Franklin Roosevelt 3rd, a true sea story
 
 
PHOEBE SAILORS page 3
 
 
PHOEBE SAILORS page 4
 
 
PHOEBE SAILORS page 5
 
 
Phoebe Crew 1965 & 1967 Page 6
 
 
NEW! Phoebe pictures 1970 era page7
 
 
OUR SHIPMATES WHO HAVE GONE BEFORE US
Roll Call
 
 

2003
REUNION PICTURES


 
 

2004
REUNION PICTURES


 
 

USS PHOEBE
(Reunion 2007)


 
 
Lost and Found Crew members
 
 
Please sign our Guest Book
 
 
MAIL BOUY WATCH
Red trying to find that darn mail bouy
 
 
THE CLOWN STORY
A true Phoebe sea story
 
 
GRISSO AND HIS RAT
Another true Phoebe sea story
 
 
PHOEBE SEA STORIES
5 true Phoebe sea stories
 
 
PHOEBE SEA STORIES
More good Phoebe sea stories
 
 
MINESWEEPER POEMS
 
 
NAVY HUMOR
 
 

Ann Margaret
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Her Gentlemen


 
 
OUR FAVORITE WEB SITES
 
 
HELP SAVE A MSO
 
 

MAIL BOUY WATCH


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OUR POSTMASTER AT WORK.........RED!

I can't begin to tell ya how much fun I've had with your pictures Red........the day we put you up there looking for the mail buoy, I had to run down below and get my camera, all the while hoping you would still be there when I got back. I must of taken 4 or 5 pictures..................you just kept on looking for that buoy...........LOL! The Captain and Mr. Burke were on the bridge looking down............I think they were laughing also..........finally Mr. Burke yelled down to me and said I would be the next mail buoy lookout if I didn't stop this nonsense......in all fairness to you, you had been aboard the ship for maybe only a month. Jim Brittan










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