Welcome to Frank's Memory Page . . .

I'm not really sure just why this is being done other than it brings back some great memories of a time long ago. These are times I'll always cherish for various reasons. Most of us were just kids from all walks of life, all volunteers who wanted to be where we were. There was a job to be done, and we did it. I speak of those who served in all the branches of the armed services. Along the way we grew up, had a lot of fun, at times wondered what we were doing there, and then had that question answered by the results of our efforts. During that period in my life, I learned what discipline, responsibility, cooperation and team work meant. The men with whom I served were the best! At no other time in my life have I really had to depend on everyone doing his job to the very best of his ability. So . . . here is presented a little bit of submarine life. I hope that you will enjoy it, and that some of my old shipmates will make this sentimental journey, and have a chance to remember those experiences as I do.

'Nuff of that stuff . . . let's go!

The cameras and film used by the various crew members during WWII were varied. Much of the film was outdated and the quality of the cameras was not the best. We used what was available.

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