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Laurence Lancaster Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) WA
visited this site on Jan 6, 2018 2:18 PM

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Son of Dudley S. Lancaster. My brother and I used to
come aboard for Sunday Dinner with mother, Mildred,
when in port at Norfolk or Little Creek, VA. What fun
to have a fighting ship of the US Navy to play on! The
crew, especially the officer's mess personnel were
always friendly to us. I remember it fondly. Thanks. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Timothy Zang Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) PA.
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I need a address & phone no. for the 2018 reunion. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Ronald Donofrio Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) CA
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DASH 1966 TO 1968 Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Maurice Blacher Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) VA
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I was there around 1968 with the Navy League. We did a two-week drill with a Canadian unit. Every one of those sailors were true professional. It left a lasting impression on me to this day. Ended up going to Army ROTC at Rutgers University and did 20 years. Would have done Navy, but there was no Navy ROTC at the time. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Moses Christian Jones Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) CA
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My Father MALCOLM JONES was FT3, then FTa3
on the USS Gearing during his enlistment 1952-
1956. He passed away in 2005, I would like to
find any and all information or stories that may
relate to him. He was an accomplished artist
and told me he drew portraits of many of his
fellow sailors. I hope to hear from you. Thank
you, Moses Jones Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Paul Koncevic Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) IL
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Checking it out again Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Christopher Winslow Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) NC
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In memory of my grandfather Foster Askew (GM3, 45), thank you for your service on the USS Gearing. To the members of DD710.com, thanks for keeping such a great site and a happy Memorial Day! Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

John Maksymiu Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) IL
visited this site on Dec 10, 2016 10:38 PM

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My Grandfather serves on the original crew of the DD710. His names is William Frank Marion 2SC. I have seen his name on the Plank Owners list. I found your site as I was searching for information and archives on his service and the Gearing. Great site! I do have his information regarding his service, and every letter he has sent back to his wife, my Grandmother. I may have photos as well. If someone would like to contact me via email, I will verify. God Bless America! Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Steven L Stirewalt Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) NC
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MM3 1967-1969
Worked mainly in the aft engine room. I'm the guy with no tatoos and an earring. Went on 2 Med cruises and lots of gitmo. Anybody heard from Nathan Reed deck ape? Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

GERALD Beers BMSN Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) FL
visited this site on Jul 28, 2016 7:19 PM

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WAS ON THE GEARING 65 THRU 68 Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

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