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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
 
 
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
 
 
OUR FAVORITE WEB SITES
 
 
HELP SAVE A MSO
 
 

PHOEBE SAILORS page 2



Jimmy Tyhnne, SA, Gretler, RM2, Bob Duensing


Henry P. Kennedy, BMSN, This fellow was a legend! If you had the pleasure to serve with him, I'm sure you have stories to tell. Share them with us please.

I remember Kennedy well. He got in trouble once for rolling a boulder down the hill into his girlfriends house. Almost went to civilian jail.


Onetime I remember he grabed 2 180lb dan bouy anchors by the bail, one in each
hand, and carried them down the pier the length of the Phoebe.

Do you remember
the silly voice/word thing he used to do? The closest I could come to it would be "HUP NUP SHOO BYE". He seemed to use it to express pleasure.

Jeff Reese

I remember the same stories about Kennedy,Once he wrapped his
arms around a telephone pole,the shore patrol had to beat him to get him off of it. Another time he was tearing up the floor in a cell it took half a doz to shore patrol and an officer from our ship to calm him down.
Another time he broke away from the shore patrol when being returned to the ship, he ran around the decks hiding and going HUP HUP, he drove the shore patrol crazy. The guy was a legend.
Jim Brittan


Washawski, SKSN, Boyd Trapp, BM2, (????)


Jeff Reese, SMSN


Gary Owens


Jerry Hanson


F. T. Antaro, STSN


Jimmy Thynne SA,


Sylvester Redmond, CM1, Adams GM2


Don Hurley


Becker ET2









Becker ET2, Harold Foster, Red Roberts

Don Kepart & Dotson

Don Kepart & Dotson

Jim Brittan and Jim Thynne 2 washed up sailors

Jim Thynne and Jim Brittan, 2 Sailors run aground

Dave Ellis, RM3 Gary Lambert, EM3, Larry Jarrell, Homer CS2

(Circa 1969) Dave Ellis, RM3, Gary Lambert, EM3, Larry Jarrell, STG2, Homer, CS2

Gary Lambert  Skip Schusler  Rick Brooks  1969

Gary Lambert, EM3, Skip Schusler, RM3, Rick Brooks, BM2

Gary Lambert, EM3  Skip Schusler, RM3  Rick Brooks, BM2,  1969

John Wright, SK2,


Foster, GM2, (Behind Gun) Gary Lambert, EM3, John Wright, SK2

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