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2018 Reunion - Jacksonville FL
Where did everyone come from?
CV Lindley and Barry Rittle
Dale Maddy and Robert Campbell
Tom White and Marty Sterrett
Frank E. Evans Shield
Del Francis shows photos of the lost 74 from the Evans
June 3, 1969 the day of the disaster
The remains fo the Evans
HMAS Melbourne damage
Del Francis and Dale Maddy
Pauline Unruh and Jim Kruger
Del Francis tells his story of how he survived the Evans disaster
Del Francis Speaks
Del Francis answers questions about his experience.
Charles Patton, Dale Maddy and John Hand
Tom White and Jim Kruger
CV Lindley
Our bus
I told my friends that I was going to the fountain of youth and that I was coming home 30 years younger than when I left, but the bus only drove by the sign and didn't stop, so I came home five days older than when I left.
Dale Maddy and Bill Hollywood
Barbara and Bill Hollywood
Joe Melito and Dale Maddy
Dale Maddy and Denise Melito
Barry Rittle and Dale Maddy
Dale Maddy and John Starnes
Dale Maddy and Marty Sterrett
Slave quarter at Kingsley plantation
Dale Maddy and Paul Raines
John Saunders and Joe Melito
Marty Sterrett and Joe Melito
Riverside view
Navy helo
Jacksonville skyline
Jacksonville night skyline
Barry Rittle
Don Ziebarth and Dale Maddy
Nine ET's from OE division 1966-1970
The reuinon members
Kearsarge Sailors
The scenery
The Banquet
Navy Color guard present the colors
POW MIA table
MORE PHOTOS & VIDEOS
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Fellow Shipmate,
I was watching an old 'cheesy' episode of 'Sky King' called 'Terror Cruise'.  In this episode, 'Sky' made an emergency landing on a carrier. Guess which one?

Watch the clip for our beloved '33' painted on the flight deck, as he lands.
Also note that it's the old 'straight deck' Kearsarge, with the barrier net up.
And... the net has magically disappeared as he lands. Wow! You would think it to
be very important considering he's landing a Cessna-310D without a tail hook. 
Ahhh... those TV dudes!
Hope you enjoy this clip.
Regards,
Walter Dzubiak - Member #1339
ABF-2, V4 Division ('65 - '69)
Why are there so many photos with Dale Maddy in them? Because these man are heroes. They didn’t burn their draft cards and run to Canada. When called upon, they served their country.  They served with honor and Dale sees it as a privilege to be photographed with them. It is an honor to know them and to have served with them.