In my life as sailor, the Philippine-Sailor, I saw much of the world, thanks to the U.S. Navy. It was my life and it brought to my last harbor, the Philippine. This is the U.S. Navy category.
Zg286. (-06). 1962 Amphibious-Training off California, the Well-Deck is loaded.
Zg285. (-05). 1962 Nov. Caribbean, Cuba Crisis, the Flight-Deck is loaded.
Zg284. (-04). 1962 Nov. Caribbean, Cuba Crisis. I remember the skipper of the oiler, using his bull horn, said quote: “After some searching, they found a fitting, they had not used since the Civil War, to connect” unquote.
Zg283. (-03). 1962 Nov. Caribbean, Cuba Crisis. APA-33 USS Bayfield our Squadron Flagship.
Zg282. (-02). 1961 Okinawa Trip, 1st Laos Crisis, crossing the International Date line.
Zg281. (-01). 1961 Christmas GQ, underway home to Long Beach from Portland.
Zg294. (-14). USS Cabildo LSD-16, on the way to Okinawa, 1st Laos Crisis.
Zg293. (-13). Another LSD job, nesting the assault boats from the other ships after initial landing, 1960 I believe.
Zg292. (-12). 1963 WESTPAC, Weather, Yeap, that is part of it too.
Zg291. (-11). Refresher Training, stand by for the shot-line.