Archive #16
Apr 4, 2007 to Jul 8, 2007

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Date: 2007-07-08 00:03:01

Name: Tom Spowart (webmaster)

Web Site: My Royal Canadian Navy

Comments: I discovered that this Guestbook was not recording the e-mail addressess of people postin and have changed to a new guestbook server.

My apologies for any inconvenience.

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Date: 2007-07-07 09:34:40

Name: JIM BRANNEN

Comments: JOINED 1962 AND RETIRED AS C2ER IN 1995. WAS IN MACKENZIE 2/62 AND SERVED IN CRESCENT,ALGONQUIN(BOTH),CAPE SCOTT,BONNIE,TERRA NOVA,CHALEUR,PROTECTEUR,ONONDAGA,OKANAGAN,IROQUOIS,SAGUENAY,NIPIGON AND FDU(A).

WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OLD SHIPMATES AND ANYONE FROM MACKENZIE 2/62. HOW DO I FIND COPIES OF MACKENZIE GRAD. PICS ETC?

THANKS. ONCE AGAIN A GREAT SITE.

JIM

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Date: 2007-06-28 11:18:39

Name: Jim Brannen

Comments: BZ on great site!

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Date: 2007-06-05 14:51:09

Name: Bill Moffatt

Comments: Served in RCN Aug 1950-1955. Cornwallis (Saguenay Division), Stadacona (Comm School), Portage, Iroquois (first trip to Korea 1952), Cornwwallis (teletype course), Albro Lake Naval Radio Station 1953, Quebec '53-54, Algonquin (Mediterranean trip '54), Magnificent '55, Portage (Great Lakes), discharged at York as LSCV2.

Retired 1993 as Vice President, Connors Bros., Ltd. Blacks Harbour, NB.

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Date: 2007-06-04 21:47:36

Name: dick cuddeford

Comments: great site

I joined the rcn in 1966--was at cornwallis then in terra nova 1/66 division

served as a radioman at aldergrove and hmcs columbia and hmcs mackenzie

left the forces in 1972

take care

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Date: 2007-06-02 22:25:56

Name: Scott

Comments: we've just recieved my grandfathers medals and would like to make a nice memorial of his things...we are trying to find out some info on his time spent in the RCNA His name is Albert White..he was on a ship in Halifax area and went over to Scotland area where he met my grandmother and my mom was born. We really do not know much more. I think we have figured out what his medals were for except for one...the war medal...The ribbon is 1.25 inches wide and consists of 7 coloured stripes: red, dark blue, white, narrow red (centre), white, dark blue, and red...it looks like it should have an oak leaf according to info we have found but there is no leaf. Thanks for listening and if you have any info that would be great. All we have for a timeline is that the one medal says 1943...thanks...Scott

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Date: 2007-05-21 01:22:25

Name: Rod Irwin

Comments: Joined RCN in 1962 - (Skeena 2/62) - Ships Ottawa,Saskatchewan,and Chaudiere. Presently living in Nanaimo BC

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Date: 2007-04-24 21:39:17

Name: Williams Randy K

Comments: Great Site - Keep it up

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Date: 2007-04-20 12:13:47

Name: al malcomson

Comments: Served 66-76 Skeena 2/66 Cornwallis then Qu"Appelle Mackenzie, Oriole, The Guts and out to become one of the Queen's Cowboys. Thankful to have worn the old rig as things were never the same under Hellyer.

Contact me at >am480728@shaw.ca<

Al Malcomson LSFC2 69272E

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Date: 2007-04-06 11:27:01

Name: dave hart

Comments: just looking for anyone from course 8131 from cornwallis

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