"The first Navy Veterans' Organization
created on, and for, the World Wide Web."
Edward C. Reese,
US Navy, Retired
Celebrating Seventyeth Birthday as a Corporal in the
Camden County (GA) Sheriff's Office Search & Rescue Unit
"Deputy for Emergency Field Communications & Logistics."
(The picture is me alongside the mobile unit.)
Command and Control Unit parked, in the shade of course,
providing law enforcement services at the 2006 Georgia
Crawfish Festival on the Satilla River at Woodbine Ga.
William H Wood, Sr.
1998 - Radio Five on board USS Salem CA-139 at Quincy Massachusetts.
Active HAM and MARS radio station now onboard ship - Call letters K1USN
Phone (912) 673-1738
Served in following ships and stations:
Served temporary duty on the following vessels, times varied
RTC/NTC Bainbridge Maryland
NAVSTA WASHINGTON (Anacostia)
USS Salem CA-139
Naval Communication Station Newport RI
Naval Station Argentia Newfoundland
USS Northampton CC-1
A few USNR units attached to NRC Poughkeepsie NY
Reserve crew on USS Newman K Perry DD883
USS Bassett APD-73
USS Stormes DD780
Chief Operator of the following Regional MARS Radio Stations
Last duty station : Staff, NAVSCHOL ET-A NTC Great Lakes IL
NAV-1 Philadelphia late 70s
NAV-4 Great Lakes 1980-82
Disability Retired USN 29 September 1982 at Great Lakes IL
Retired from USMA West Point as civilian employee and volunteer on
board USS Salem CA-139 now centerpiece of the US Naval and Shipbuilding
Museum at Quincy, Mass.
In 1999 moved myself and MARS Station from Highland Mills,
to St. Marys, Georgia.