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Was on the Conway long enough to make a Med cruise. after went to Bermuda. Where I spent the rest of my 4 years

Added: April 7, 2014
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I am looking for Dennis "Ski" Szafranski, STG2...........anyone have an e-mail for him?

Added: April 1, 2014
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My father served on the USS Conway DDE 507 in 1953. He was in the Second Division on the ship. His name is Kenneth Weisinger.

Does anyone remember him? Thanks!


Added: March 22, 2014
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I served on USS Waller DDE 466 along with Conway in task group Alpha. at a flee market I found a painting of Conway with heading Destroyer WW II at the top there is a name that looks like the person that painted it C A BOYTIN Y/3 it is black and white drawing on lower left corner it states copywright 1944 Will Crassy

Added: March 22, 2014
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I have no idea where it came from but I have a USS CONWAY DD-507 lighter. The bottom of the inscription says SOUTH VIETNAM 1966. I was in my 20's then and our little boy was a year old. The news every day was filled with such horrible events about the war. This lighter has become quite a treasure. Reading about the ships mission and final demise was awesome and sad at the same time. It is nice to read the posts in the guestbook. Thanks to all of you for your service to our country during that horrible war.

Added: February 24, 2014
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I served on the Conway from Sept '63 thru the spring of '65 as a radarman. I just missed the WestPac trip - I found out after my transfer to the Uss Observation Island from my Yeoman friend Jim that orders had come in for a Pacific cruise. I just found this site as I was reliving some good old memories. I've been trying to remember names and faces and some of the many things that I saw. When I left the Conway my rating was RD2.

Mike


Added: February 1, 2014
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I am signing the log book for my father in law, Bill Jewell. I believe he served on the ship as a signalman between 1958-early 60s. He passed away on the 3rd of January 2014. He told me plenty of stories of his times aboard ship. If anyone is around who remembers him, please contact me! Thank you all for your service!

Added: January 17, 2014
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I boarded the USS Conway in November 1964 and served until June 30th 1966. I was an FTG3. I sure would like to hear from anyone that I hung out with during that time. Thanks Ern

Added: January 13, 2014
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Am looking for anybody that served on the Conway from sept 1954 to Dec 1956 in the radar gang.

Added: December 11, 2013
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Today is November 11, 2013. This is my first time visiting the USS Conway site. My father, Vivian Oren "Buck" Monroe, November 23, 1917 to October 28, 2010, served on the Conway during WWII. Thanks to him and all of you who served overseas or at home, it is because of you I live free and as well as I do today. Thanks.

Added: November 11, 2013
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