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i left kodiak in april 1963 and successfully completed radioman "a" school in san diego... chief horne and his wife on the left, me and my wife, nina, on the right....//michael newman// Date: October 12, 2015 [edited from hard copy received with the album] I am sending my father, William James Rader's photo album detailing his tour in Kodiak during the Korean War in the US Navy.
it had been raining and the pilot apparently was not satisfied with his approach and was going to circle around for another approach... (this is really testing my memory, after 54 years)...
i recall that a couple of months later i had to take pics of of a re-enlistment... i was really amazed at the time that someone who had just survived a crash like that would re-enlist...
From what I understand, Dad worked in the "public relations" sector and at the base newspaper, THE KODIAK BEAR.
Dad is credited as Editor Photographer and/or Staff Photographer.
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Date: Thu, 0000 (UTC) From: Lee Horton leehor at bellsouth dot net Subject: Jackson Horton Navy My Name is Jackson Horton I was stationed at Kodiak naval base from 1963-1964 I was the master at the gallery I was also on the naval boxing team I was there during the earthquake Looking for old friends from Chicago and New York Thanks please contact me at leehor at bellsouth dot net Subject: Kodiak History Really enjoy the Kodiak history page.
Dad participated in many actions in the Mediterranean Theater, receiving a Bronze Star for the invasion of Florence, Italy.
Those memories we will send to the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.
the communications station message center was in the lower (1st floor?
) part of the building and i had become friends with a chief radioman, fred horne ,as i recall his name... there was a program available, SCORE, (Selective COnversion and REtention, or something like that) for people in certain dead-end rates to convert to other open-end rates... chief horne taught me morse code, with several sound patterns for learning some of the letters, such as "hitting the hips" (di- di-di-dit = h), "to hell with it" (di-dah-di-dit = l), "to the fairest" (di-di- dah-dit = f)... i had glanced through a navy training book on basic electronics back in 1959 and determined that if this was "basic" there was no way that i could learn it...