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Richard E. Asche Richard E. Asche from Washington wrote on January 26, 2007 at 12:00 am:
At last-thanks to Jack Haskell who designed this web site we are again able to post our comments in this guest book. Shipmates are invited to read the TJ's history, which is part of this site, and refresh your memory of the events that occurred while you served on board. Hopefully you will then relate some sea stories to this guest book.
At last-thanks to Jack Haskell who designed this web site we are again able to post our comments in this guest book. Shipmates are invited to read the TJ's history, which is part of this site, and refresh your memory of the events that occurred while you served on board. Hopefully you will then relate some sea stories to this guest book.
Strat Wentworth Strat Wentworth from Califonia wrote on January 26, 2007 at 12:00 am:
I was very fortunate to have been chosen as the first CO (59-61) of the very best destroyer in the fleet during that time frame and I still believe this to this day. Helping me fine tune Turner Joy into a high state of readiness was the greatest crew ever assembled. And, this crew was followed by many others equally talented. My pride in the ship and crew was further enhanced by the fact that I, at one time, served as Aide to VAdm Joy at the U. S. Naval Academy from 1952-1954. I hope all fellow shipmates will take the time to join as a member of the Turner Joy Reunion Group. Thank you - R.S. Wentworth Jr.RADM. U.S.... Read more
I was very fortunate to have been chosen as the first CO (59-61) of the very best destroyer in the fleet during that time frame and I still believe this to this day. Helping me fine tune Turner Joy into a high state of readiness was the greatest crew ever assembled. And, this crew was followed by many others equally talented. My pride in the ship and crew was further enhanced by the fact that I, at one time, served as Aide to VAdm Joy at the U. S. Naval Academy from 1952-1954. I hope all fellow shipmates will take the time to join as a member of the Turner Joy Reunion Group. Thank you - R.S. Wentworth Jr.RADM. U.S. Navy-Ret.
Tod Hale Tod Hale from Oregon wrote on January 3, 2007 at 12:00 am:
Thanks Dick for your efforts in keeping us up and running. This looks like a great site, TOD
Thanks Dick for your efforts in keeping us up and running. This looks like a great site, TOD
Theron Noth Theron Noth from Illinois wrote on December 28, 2006 at 12:00 am:
This is a great start. Keep up the good work.
This is a great start. Keep up the good work.
Bob McClinton Bob McClinton from Washington wrote on December 27, 2006 at 12:00 am:
Congratulations on another great step forward for the crew of TURNER JOY! TJ and her men remain the very best of the best.
Congratulations on another great step forward for the crew of TURNER JOY! TJ and her men remain the very best of the best.