I'm pretty sure Hendricks was our instructor in 1961 also..
Class of July 1973
Here is part of a longer message i submitted earlier:
I was on the drill team during my training at the NTC from approx April 1973 to Aprox July 1973. I never made it to "A" School as i was shipped out to NIS in Alexandria VA upon graduation. Being there for such a short time i can't remember... More
I might be able to help! Who was your Chief or Class lead instructor?
thomas quinn rm3
Went to bainbridge md during the first half of 1966. Went for radioman class "A" school. Graduated in July of 1966. Didn't know that there was anything left after they closed the base. Just returned from Havre De Grace where I was able to get information about what was left.
RM A School-August 1973 to Nov 1973
Who can't forget Fiddler's Green?
Looks like you were a classmate. Sorry I don't remember you but that was a long time ago. I got a nice assignment out of there - NavCommSta San Diego for a year. Then Antigua in the West Indies. I was also on an old destroyer, the Steinaker (DD863) and at ComSubLant in Norfolk. When I was 40... More
RM! Dale Martin
I attended RMA school 1963-1964 and my radioman 'A' school instructor was RM1 Hendricks and code instructor was Chief Mauser.
There was one insturctor who stood out because he had a nice clean hole in his hand where he'd been zapped by 500w of RF. He stood as a good example of what can go wrong cleaning antenna's.
RE: Calling all Bainbridge Radiomen
I attended RM'A' School, Bainbridge, MD. Sept. 23, 1963 - Mar '64 & RM'B' School, Bainbridge, MD., Sept, 23, 1966 -Jun '67. I can't remember the class # of either one. Duty Stations included: USS Cone(ComDesRon-4), Viet Nam, CincPacFlt Staff, Makalapa Msg Cen, USS Orion(ComSubRon-4), ComPhibRon-4... More
There was one who stood out because he spelled his name the same either forward or backwards and he was a RM1 Leffel