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'Voice of the Sea'
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Slideshow supplied by Bob Turner (RM2  67-68)
Slideshow supplied by Greg Larkins (CYN3  67-68)
These slideshows were made from 35mm slides that Greg took while stationed aboard the Annapolis.  

Thank you Greg, for sharing these photos with us!!
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SR David Heise
Slideshow supplied by David Heise, Sr (IC3  '69)
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Slideshows supplied by Roger Faultersack (DC3  68-69)
DC3 R. Faultersack
Wisconsin
Photos taken by Roger Faultersack aboard the ship between June 68 and May 69.  

Philippines: While I was in transit in the Philippines, I volunteered for the Manila Mail Run one time, the rest of my transit time was spent at the Subic Naval Air Station, unloading aircraft.  I met Boy Lopez at the Queen Bee Club in Olongapo and we became best friends. Many years later, my wife and I ran into a band from the Philippines and one of the members of the band knew Albert Lopez, Boy's brother. What chance is that??

Aboard Anna Boat: When I finally reported aboard the Annapolis and being an FN, I was taken to DC Central. Chief Suthers had me pick where in Engineering I wanted to go. I picked Damage Control, where I made rank quickly. I also spent 7 weeks Mess Duty in the Bake Shop, a requirement for all sailors E4 and below.  Chief Suthers and Capt. Wacker became great friends in a time when I really needed friends. I left the ship with the Rank of DC3 and I have many fond memories of my time aboard her. 
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Slideshow supplied by Doug Spangler (FN  66-67)
FN Douglas Spangler
Washington
Excellently preserved photos taken by Doug Spangler while aboard the ship from June 66 through February 67.  Thanks for sharing, Doug!