USS Archerfish Decklog Archive - 2002

Corny-- What a great site! Congratulations to both you and Pig for puting all this together and keeping it up to date. I can only guess at the time and effort you have put into the research done here. I am very proud to have been even a very small part of the history of Archerfish. Great crew, great time. My very best to all my "old" ship mates. Pig-- Still working with the Maritime Museum in San Francisco to recover a few items from the Archerfish, donated many years ago. eg. placard from the emergency rescue buoy, Whiskey Jacks commissioning pennant from his change of command, log book covers etc. Will keep you informed of my very slow progress. Great Blast, always enjoyable reading.
Allen Vaughan
Westwood, CA USA - Saturday, November 30, 2002 at 12:58:20 (CST)

Very honored to have the opportunity to visit your web page on the anniversary of the sinking of the Shinano.
Gorden Russell
Syracuse , NY USA - Friday, November 29, 2002 at 16:21:24 (CST)

My grandpa served on the Archerfish, and I was just looking around for photographs or stories of him for my mom and my grandma. His name was Frank Stankevits, if any of you remember him and have pictures or stories, I would greatly appreciate them. Thank you.
Chris Noll
Tacoma, WA USA - Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 21:06:25 (CST)

WONDERFUL, just wonderful. I am really glad to have been a member of the ARCHERFISH crew during Sea Scan. If any of the crew remember me, and want to talk, please do. Thanks again for a great website. You sure can be proud of your work.
CLAYTON, WA USA - Friday, November 22, 2002 at 19:09:01 (CST)

The people who have died in battle and served in the army are and always will be my heros and heroins for the rest of my life i have always been brought up this way and my kids will be raised in this way I cant tell you how much i appreciate you for dieing and risking your lives so we have a free country to live in.
amanda hench
Silver Lake, In united states of america - Monday, November 11, 2002 at 14:59:01 (CST)

Thanks to the Great WWII Generation. I will not forget your service & sacrifice. The sign said, "NAVY, Not Just a Job, but an Adventure". They were not kidding. I served on board the USS Archerfish (SSN-678) from 1989-1992. Missed out on the gulf war but gained a different perspective on life after surving 50 ft seas coming out of Long Island sound during huricane Bob. 12 hour surface transit in the ultimate barrel ride. Praise God for HY-80 steel, the fine engineers at EB, and the fitters and riggers who put it together.
Carl Bost
St. Louis, MO USA - Saturday, October 19, 2002 at 01:11:27 (CDT)

Great trip through time. Terrific Web. Although I was Surface, I admire those of you who "Served in Silence" Thanks...
Robert MacKenzie HTC USNR-Ret.
Parkville, Md USA - Friday, October 18, 2002 at 21:46:55 (CDT)

I am the youngest of four sons to Martin T. Lafferty who served on the Archerfish from 1958-62. He pased on 19 August 1996 whil I was at Fort Bragg, NC preparing to be an officer in the United States Army. He was the best dad a son could want or ever have. I miss him dearly. He was a father, a friend, a mentor, and the best role model I will ever have. I would appreciate if any of his old crew mates could forward me any pictures you migh have of my have of my father. Thank you and for the service you and men like father did for your country. God Bless America and its Veterans! Fair Winds and Following Seas! CPT Jason M. Lafferty USA Infantry, Schofield Barracks, HI
Jason M Lafferty
Mililani, HI USA - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 01:29:33 (CDT)

Great site. I found several of my old Atule shipmates. Thanks DBF J Rupertus FT
JohnF Rupertus
Pasadena, MD USA - Tuesday, October 01, 2002 at 00:21:54 (CDT)

Thanks for the tour .. shall be back. You have a wonderful site and lots of information on your Ship. Feel free to visit our site .. we welcome new friends. Pat
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Center of Wa., WA USA - Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 22:39:22 (CDT)

Thanks for a grand tour. I am the historian of the USS Greenfish (SS-351) and am looking for those who knew Davis E. Bunting who was a Lt. on Archerfish 1943-1944. Bunting took command of Greenfish in 1953.
Jim Kyser
Half Moon Bay, CA USA - Thursday, September 05, 2002 at 22:20:55 (CDT)

I salute the bravery of those who served the USS Archerfish.
J Mark Gidley
McLean, VA USA - Thursday, September 05, 2002 at 15:31:05 (CDT)

Hello my name is Cisco. English language is my second language . I visit sites like yours to learn new english vocabulary words and improve my english grammar . I hope to have effective communication and business communication for a new job in US. I learned a new word of the day from your site. I plan to be public speaking and business writing better now from your site. Thank you.
Bogota, Putumayo Colombia - Thursday, September 05, 2002 at 03:10:18 (CDT)

Congratulations on a great site a fiting tribute to a first class fighting unit. I had the honour to visit USS ARCHERFISH in Newcastle during 1967-68 keep up the good work.
Allan Moore
Penrith, NSW Australia - Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 04:27:57 (CDT)

Served on USS Archerfish (SSN 678) as Weapons Department Head from Apr 1975 - May 1977. The exploits and fame of the first Archerfish were well documented on the nuclear version. A large framed painting of the sinking of the Shinano was right around the corner from the Conn. We carried on in the best traditions of those who served before us. God Bless the WWII vets who paved the way for us.
Bob Fritz
Oakton, VA USA - Monday, August 26, 2002 at 09:07:40 (CDT)

McCULLEY, Robert W.
USA - Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 21:55:17 (CDT)

Stumbled across you page via, your listed high in google. Cool Stuff!
Washington, DC USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 23:55:18 (CDT)

My uncle was Capt. J.F. Enright Sr. who commanded the USS Archerfish when she sunk the Shinano. Uncle Joe was loved and admired by his entire family and a man of great statue and courage. If ever there was the prototype for the "Stand Up Guy" it was Uncle Joe. I sure his shipmates could tell you many stories of Capt. Joe's Irish wit and humor, But make no mistake whe he was on the bridge there was nerver any doubt who was in command. The Enrights are a millitary family through and through as Joe's son Joe Jr. was a West Point graduate and his Grandson Mike went to "THE Academy"and Grandaughter Chrissie married a Navy helo pilot. I have always been proud to say Joe Enright was my uncle but even prouder to have known, respected and loved him. I did not get a chance in later years to say "good bye Uncle Joe" but now you have given me the chance . Thanks Good Bye Uncle Joe" God's speed Robert(BOB) Howell
Robert A. Howell
Upper Darby, PA USA - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 14:19:04 (CDT)

Hello Guys! I just write to say congrats to all archerfish sailors and staff. I have readed an article regardless to "The Shinano and the archerfish" in a Selecciones Reader's Digest, and I've got impressioned with that I would like you can write me Thanks and Regards from Northern Mexico!
Jose Lopez
Torreon, Coahuila MExico - Tuesday, August 06, 2002 at 13:32:27 (CDT)

Where is the Archerfish now? Has it been scrapped or made into a museum?
David M. Blumberg
Jacksonville, Fl USA - Sunday, August 04, 2002 at 09:16:13 (CDT)

Nice Job
Anne Dewar
Newton, MA USA - Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 14:58:46 (CDT)

Greetings to you and your guests. Love what you’ve done with your site. As an educator I can say you have great communication skills.
La Mesa, Ca US - Monday, July 15, 2002 at 23:12:31 (CDT)

I wish I did what you do instead of making piano benches. Your site looks great.
San Diego, Ca US - Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 01:58:51 (CDT)

My father, Sigmund Bobczynski was XO of the Archerfish at the time of the sinking of the Shanano. We have some information regarding the sinking and have read the book authored by Capt. Enright. We would love to hear from any shipmates of Bobo's or anyone who may have stories of the Archerfish when my father served. Sigmund has seven surviving childern in the San Diego and San Fransicso area and we would be greatful for any information that you may have. Please also send any responses to my brother in law as well...... Mary Jollon
Mary Bobczynski Jollon
Poway, Ca. USA - Saturday, July 06, 2002 at 21:59:06 (CDT)

'Shinano' is an outstanding book and well worth reading!!
Kevin B. Atkinson
Roanoke, Va USA - Monday, June 24, 2002 at 13:04:01 (CDT)

At a memorial recently for sub vets I was surprised and pleased to be visited by 2 shipmates from the second commisioning. Charlie Brock and Don Erdman showed up at my house and joined me at the ceremony where 2 other ex Archerfish crew mwmbers were present and a photo of all of us is in the wonderfully written magazine written by Ken Henry. We relieved some very good times we had togeather as ship mates on a wonderful boat. Memories like these are priceless and last forever. Love this site,
HOLIDAY, FL USA - Monday, June 17, 2002 at 10:44:18 (CDT)

I work with an old HS buddy, Mahlon Downward, who was a crewmember of the Archerfish in the early 60s and our sea story sessions (I was aboard the America-CVA 66 at the same time, about as different from subs as you can get I guess) led me to check this site out. Very interesting and VERY well done! Nice job!
Ed Mizanoski
Bolivar, OH USA - Saturday, June 15, 2002 at 09:03:22 (CDT)

My name is SFC. Howard of the US Army and I met a member of the WWII Archer-Fish crew today. It seem that your Billy G. Nelson TM3C is still around. He is currently at the Sunbridge Lodge Nursing Home in McAlester Oklahoma. He is still well aware of his tours aboard the Archer-Fish (311) and I looked up a little information for him to look through. I also noticed his name on the "Eternal Patrol" list. I think we need to update that in his sake. The number to the Lodge is 918-423-6011. Unfortunately Mr. Nelson is wheel-chair bound (after have lost a leg to illness) and cannot attend any of the Archer-Fish reunions. I believe it would be very motivating for him to receive a phone call from an old shipmate. See? Even us Army guys are looking out for older sailors. Thank you for all of your service and hardships for the freedom of our country. Randall E. Howard SFC, USA
Randall E. Howard
McAlester, Ok USA - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 22:54:19 (CDT)

I did not have any family or relatives that served aboard subs but I always had a fascination for WWII submarines. The history and how things worked on a WWII submarine. People on those submarines had to really interact and know their boat real well. I like to salute all WWII submarines that are still alive and also the ones on eternal patrol!
William Butterfield
Martinez, GA USA - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 01:08:29 (CDT)

My name is Edmund Marco and it's a pleasure to sign your guest book. I work for an advertising agency in London. Our agency represents direct marketing companies that are involved in the marketing of products as seen on TV in England. Most of the infomercial products come from the U.S. but then again we export our talents as well. My brother has appeared in infomercials in the U.S. advertising various products. I think it's hilarious that English people respond so well to American products while Americans tend to respond well to sales people who have an English accent!
London, Kent England - Thursday, May 30, 2002 at 23:56:32 (CDT)

I am the daughter of George D. Wheeler, Jr., also known as Dewey. He will be attending the sub reunion this year and I know that he will enjoy everything. I had the honor and privilege of visiting the USS ARIZONA memorial, the sub museum, etc., while I was in Hawaii in 1999. Again, I hope everyone at the reunion has a good time. Thanks.
Gail E. Hayden (maiden name - Wheeler)
San Diego, CA USA - Saturday, May 25, 2002 at 10:53:53 (CDT)

I am the second son of George D. Wheeler Jr. My dad is planning on going to his ships reunion again this year. He talks of the times he was on the Archerfish all the time. My dad will be by himself this year though as we lost our mother this past March. Please show my dad a good time. He really needs it right now. Thank you
Thomas E. Wheeler
Vacaville, Ca USA - Tuesday, May 21, 2002 at 09:04:41 (CDT)

My uncle, Harry R. Compton was a crewmember [Electrician] on the Archerfish in the early years of WWII. I was hoping that someone at this site would remember him and communicate with me.
AL Ricks
Vero Beach, FL USA - Saturday, May 18, 2002 at 15:45:48 (CDT)

J'ai eu la chance de ne pas avoir eu a faire la guerre Histoire de dire que je remercie l'equipage de l'Uss 311 Archerfish et son captain Enright..... De tout ce qu'ils ont fait pour nous ....... God bless America !!!!!!!!!
Bonnet Frederic
Perpignan, France - Thursday, May 02, 2002 at 13:55:15 (CDT)

Excellent web site. I would like to take this time and thank all of you who served with my father, Joe David Forrest. He has many wonderful stories and is an exceptional mentor. Of course some of the stories I could not appreiate till I was old enough. Timothy David Forrest CPT, EN US Army Charlotte, NC
Tim Forrest
Charlote, NC USA - Saturday, April 20, 2002 at 15:32:37 (CDT)

This ship was in our port(Wellington, New Zealand) back about 1967-68 (if memory serves), I remember having a great three days with about four of the crew who came skiing with our group of about twenty five teenage yahoo's who were more interested in slurps than slopes ! I can not remember any of their names just that we all got on great,(tho the sailors were 5-10 years older than us) I do remember the only song they seemed to know was "the house of the rising sun" by Eric Burdon. and I could not score one of their cool pea-jackets with the neat emblem. A great bunch of blokes, a credit to Uncle Sam. You guys are likely in your late fifties-mid sixties so I hope this brings back a good memory or two of NZ and those of us who would support the USA in good times and bad.. best wishes John & Julia Hawthorn.......
John Hawthorn
wellington, New Zealand - Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 05:31:16 (CDT)

A peasure to read the site - it brings history to life
Richard Clemerson
Cheshnt, erts UK - Sunday, April 14, 2002 at 10:48:39 (CDT)

Served aboard the boat that surpassed all others in memory.Those years in Key West and the "Shellback" cruise still stands out.Recieved my first copy of the news letter and really enjoyed it.
Robert Rockefeller
Virginia Beach , va USA - Monday, April 08, 2002 at 13:17:06 (CDT)

WOW!!! My first trip to the Web Site. Well Done, Corny.
Michael F. Lintner
Boulder City, NV USA - Friday, March 29, 2002 at 17:19:07 (CST)

My father Martin T. Lafferty served on the USSArcherfish from 3/59-5/62 at the rank of QM2 (ss). Growing up I remember many stories he affectionately retold about he and his shipmates and their various "adventures." My father finally made it to one of the reunions down in New Orleans and said it was one of the best things he ever did. He died on 08-19-96 of cancer. I miss him more than words could ever describe....I am proud to say he was my father and mentor and as I got older my friend and confidant. I would love to hear from anyone in regards to any stories etc....about my father, so I can keep his history, memories, and legacy fresh in my families mind and heart.....thank you for your anticipated input...... "a loving son"
sean p. lafferty
woonsocket, RI USA - Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at 23:42:54 (CST)

Anchors aweigh matey... USS ARCHERFISH--- what a great name for a attack submarine... When i was just a wee barnacle i would watch The Silent Service hosted by Philadelphia's own Ed Mcmahon for Bond Bread... The claxon would sound dive---dive...dive and take'er deep close and dog all waterproof doors and hatches. rig for silent running... give me 45 degrees on the bow planes--- all ahead full... Those were the days. Navy Log, Men of Annapolis, don't see programing like that anymore... Here's to you NAVY... and all of you Submariners--- and subchasers out there... GREENARROW1
Oliver Queen
Seatle, wa USA - Monday, March 25, 2002 at 18:20:28 (CST)

Corny; A couple of things have changed since I sent my last E-mail. I made a valiant effort to go onto a DSL Broadband service, but after 3 weeks of screw-ups and delays, I told the people to put their service where the sun doesn't shine, and so here I am, back on adial up service. Please use my new address above for future messages. Thanks much Joe Osier
"Greasy Joe" Osier
Boise, ID USA - Monday, March 18, 2002 at 18:02:30 (CST)

Who would have thought Walt Disney would spark the interest of a pre-teen to ride the USS Natalus at Disneyland, spark his interest in submarines so much so to become glued to the T.V. when shows "Run Silent Run Deep" and "Up Periscope" would come on, and then later get to ride one of the finest smoke-boats in the navy? I'm happy to have served aboard the USS ARCHERFISH (1966-1968) and having been a part of her decommissioning crew. Thanks shipmates for all the wonderful memories. Yes, Mr. Disney, dreams can come true.
Ronn "Hollywood" Broadway
Phoenix, AZ USA - Friday, March 15, 2002 at 10:07:43 (CST)

Served aboard the A-Fish proudly from commissiong , through 7 war patrols and left her in Mare Island April 1946 before she was decommisioned. I went in as a 16 year kid in March 1942 and came out 4 years later as a man. The best experience , the best shipmates in the world. God bless them all and God bless America.
John Francis Potanovic MoMM1/c USN
Yorktown Heights, NY USA - Thursday, March 14, 2002 at 15:30:07 (CST)

A great site. I visited USS Archerfish as a very young junior recruit in the Royal Australian Navy during her port visit to Fremantle, West Australia, in 1964 ( ... I think ! I may be out by a year or so). I was much in awe of the submariner's environment: so much so that I decided then & there to be an aircraft mechanic, in so doing ensuring I'd never be posted to such cramped confines or have to endure the terror of slipping beneath the waves. A 23 year career in the RAN's Fleet Air Arm, spent mostly working on Skyhawk attack jets, then followed, during which I often wondered what happend to ' ... that Yank sub I visited' so long ago. Now I know ... Congratulations on a wonderful site; I'd recommend it to all for a visit.
Laurie Hillier
Sydney, NSW Australia - Monday, March 11, 2002 at 22:16:54 (CST)

A great site -- well done. In 1965 aboard USS Proteus in Agana, Guam we noticed a lone diesel boat moored across from us. Later we heard that the crew was made up of young unmarried men which gave rise to all sort of rumors. Also shipmates of the USS Bushnell are having a reunion this April 18 in Key West and would like to invite any of you Subron 12 types down to enjoy it with us. It will take place at the Key West Grand and a good time will be had by all. Sherman McGee SK2 (1957-65)
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Lake Charles, LA USA - Sunday, March 03, 2002 at 16:57:58 (CST)

Some fill-ins/corr's for 2nd Commission Crew list: for me"rcv'd fm USS Chopper SS342/Tran to:USS BURRFISH SSR 312 as CO." not Seadog
Stan McCord
Kilmarnock, Va USA - Saturday, March 02, 2002 at 11:21:32 (CST)

The Archerfish History Page ( Key West - Second Commission Sailing List ( have been updated with new historical and crew information as of 2/28/02.
Webmaster <>
Riverside, CA USA - Thursday, February 28, 2002 at 13:16:16 (CST)

Just finished reading the Archerfish History. I was very disappointed to see the period 1954-1955 missing where Lt. Stan McCord relieved Comdr Milo DesGrange as CO and the beginning of her research employment. See my earlier comment. Stan McCord
Stan McCord
Kilmarnock, VA USA - Wednesday, February 27, 2002 at 13:34:22 (CST)

Hi all, boy this sure is a neat web site. I am very impressed. I was Skipper for a short period during her Key West tour. Only about 6 months but we made her first gravity survey great circling down to Ascension Island in the South Atlantic and return. 55 days stopped at Trinidad on return leg. I became a shell back in an appropriate ceremony on the outbound leg and we went under the equater on the return. This was 1955.. Good luck all. Captain Stan
Stan McCord
Kilmarnock, VA 22482 USA - Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 15:46:37 (CST)

I should have done this years ago. I was on Operation Sea Scan, Phases I & II. I've enjoyed the "Blast" ever since Pig-Pen first started publishing, and have even sent in a few articles over the years, but have never gotten into this electronic stuff.
Joe Osier
Boise, Id USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 07:37:20 (CST)

I was invited aboard the Archerfish during a TDY to Hawaii in 1963-64. I had a cup of coffee and a piece of the best apple pie that I can remember. I was definitely impressed with this visit and have never forgot it. God Bless
Robert E. Bradley
Eagle River, AK USA - Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at 23:53:21 (CST)

Andy Stirling - Please contact me. I attempted to send you an e-mail reply to the address listed in your Decklog entry below but my mail is being "bounced" by the Verizon server. I'd like to add you to the list of online Archerfish Shipmates. Many of the Shipmates you sailed with in 60/61 are online.
Jerry Cornelison
Riverside, CA USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 21:10:31 (CST)

Great web-site !! Brought back a lot of memories.
Andy (Stinger) Sterling
Mt Vernon, WA USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 18:20:24 (CST)

Thanks to your website, your great website,I have had the best damn screen saver going. USS Archerfish welcomes me every morning and says goodbye everyday. The photo is one of the best I have ever seen of a fleetboat. I have studied WWII boats for years now and thankyou for the infor.\ I qualified in submarines aboard HMCS Rainbow (ex-USS Argonaut 475) and spent 5 happy years aboard. One of my shipmates was subutler (he is listed in your notes). Keep it up, if anyone wants to chat use my email anytime.
Wayne King, LSRM2 (many years ago)
Calgary, Alta Canada - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 12:23:34 (CST)

My special holiday is and will always be Memorial Day. Thank God for our service men and women who fought in these wars to protect the freedom of this great country of ours. My Dad and I go back to Pearl every year, and we always visit the Sub Base...and always leave with admiration of those men who were part of the submarine force. Once again, thank you for protecting our country.
David A. Szafranski
Soquel, CA USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 14:37:40 (CST)

During March of'61 the Archerfish stoped in Pearl, being a wild and single TM3SS I wanted to transfer aboard so bad. But was told NO WAY IN HELL. Dam but I wanted to go with her.
Mike Emerson
Goose Creek, SC USA - Sunday, February 03, 2002 at 18:49:50 (CST)

Hello everyone. I'am the Grandson of Carl Wilken and wanted to research more about the USS Archerfish. Thank you for the wonderful website portraying the subs history. Thanks for the knowledge that i have learned from reading this site. Thank you, and God bless all the members of USS Archerfish SS-311
Jerry Wilken
sandusky, OH USA - Thursday, January 24, 2002 at 14:56:13 (CST)

A great web site, Jerry. You do good work. I was stationed on Archerfish back in 57/58 and even though it wasn't during any conflict, I was always awed by the history of the boat. We had a great crew and had some great times. I was one of the Radiomen on the boat and because of my communications skills/experience, I immediately went to work for the CIA when I got out of the Navy. It's been an interesting life and I owe it all to the Navy who got me started in communications and made it a 35-year career. People often wonder what makes a Submariner. I think it's all about the love for a good challenge and the desire to take risk. Cheers.
Bob Clark
Mountain Home, Ar. USA - Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at 12:53:48 (CST)

Ah,Key West, where did it go? Ah, Archerfish, where did it go?
Roger Fitzgerald
Duvall, WA USA - Thursday, January 10, 2002 at 23:15:16 (CST)

I qualified on Sablefish at the time that Archerfish was put back in commission for Sea Scan. At the time, they were looking for all single guys for a round the world trip. I was a short timer, so I didn't volunteer. However, there was an EN1, "Red" Cunningham, who did. Now that I think back, it was a mistake on my part. It was a great boat with a great history.
John Longo
Denville, , N.J. USA - Thursday, January 10, 2002 at 12:50:22 (CST)

Just finished reading the story of Archerfish and the torpedo attack on the Shinano. The facts in the story suggest to me several questions. Has any naval historian, researcher or member of the Archerfish attack crew other interested party thought to see if any USN frogman missions into the drydock area where Shinano was built ever occurred. It is concievable to me that those in command of the COMPACSUB fleet where careful to mask many missions and the details surrounding the establishment of a mission due to trying to obscure ULTRA information all over the Pacific for the entire duration of the war once ULTRA was in the possession on naval intelligence in Hawaii. I suspect that it was no coincidence that Archerfish was tasked to be in Area 5 (given the experience of her crew) coordinated with the sailing of Shinano. I wondered if it is possible that we had an agent aboard her as one shipyard civilian workers? Too far fetched an idea I suppose. I am not a very well versed submariner by any means as my experience in the USNR only consisted of a two year active duty stint aboard a DE (1966-68) as an RD3. I ahve come away from the whole story with one indelible impression garnered from the facts as presented and that is "TEAMWORK" The respect for the Captains leadership and the impeccable attention to the training and skills of the crew especially the coordination of tracking, "informed" gut instinct and the technical skills of knowing intimately the subtleties of the weapons system i.e. TDC etc. etc.-- Sharply honed skills over the many other patrols postioned all for success. I am grateful for the sacrifices of all those who served us during WWII especially those of the "Silent Service" Sincerely, Bob Toran
Robert N. Toran
Walpole, MA USA - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 22:58:29 (CST)

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