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Latest Episodes

From SM1 to BM1- Changing rates at the end of a career with Logan Weaver

ESM1/BM1 Weaver had to change rates at the end of his career, the signalman rate was shut down during his final leg of his Navy career. Logan discusses this transition a bit, and shares a few stores about endless visits to Spain for liberty. Much like the movie "The last detail" with "Jack Nicholson", Logan got to act this scenario out in real life (except for all the shenannigans in the film) by being a brig chaser in his final duty station along with many other duties. Tune in for n interesting story.

66 min2018 MAY 29
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From SM1 to BM1- Changing rates at the end of a career with Logan Weaver

Command Master Chief (Ret) Jose B Gonzales part 1

ECommmand Master Chief Jose B Gonzales had an amazing naval career, so much so that we will be doing several podcasts on his journey. Jose has served on a large variety of ships, where he worked as an engineman. His career took him to places like cuba, or flying around 80 knots on an experimental craft. Tune in for one mans journey that started in Colorado, that took him all around the world.

42 min2018 MAY 22
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Command Master Chief (Ret) Jose B Gonzales part 1

OS2 Cindy Myers (Rios) former USS Mount Hood member shares her story

ECindy Myers (formely known as Cindy Rios) is my first female guest, she was really fun to talk to. Our times on the Mount Hood were a couple of years apart, but I always find it interesting to see where the ship went next. It was very interesting to get a female perspecitve of serving in the Navy, and Cindy does a great job of that. Cindy served on two different ships, and in Mayport Fla. Tune in for the rest of the story.

70 min2018 MAY 15
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OS2 Cindy Myers (Rios) former USS Mount Hood member shares her story

Straight outta PI with SM2 John Smeltzer from the Navy to Expat life.

EYes Ae Sea Stories can reach anywhere on this planet prettty much, as long as there is an internet connection. We did this podcast from near the Manilla area, all the way to California. John was a singalman onboard the USS Mount Hood during the mid 1990s, this was a few years after I had left the ship. In a way this podcast is covering several generations of singalmen onboard the Hood. John Also served at several other commands and ships, tune in for the story of a nice long Naval career and ending up back in PI.

49 min2018 MAY 8
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Straight outta PI with SM2 John Smeltzer from the Navy to Expat life.

RM3 Greg Deborde from the USS Mount Hood AE-29

EGreg and I talk about the Red Cell Navy Seal attack (attack mock up drill), while he was in radioman school. This conversation goes in many interesting directions, as you listen to the journery of a young man from Indiana into the wild wild west. Greg and I hung out a lot, we touch on some of that on this episode. There is so much that could be written on this episode, but you are going to have to tune in to hear the rest.

52 min2018 MAY 1
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RM3 Greg Deborde from the USS Mount Hood AE-29

Ron Hudson from the USS Flint and life in the Navy during the 1970s

ERon Hudson was a great guy to talk to, our ships were stationed at the same base. This was a special base, since it was only designated for ammuntion ships. The thing is ammo bases were never really exciting, when it came to fun or nightlife. Ron shares he story of changing rates several times, and of getting out and then coming back into the Navy. This is a great episode, tune in and enjoy.

45 min2018 APR 24
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Ron Hudson from the USS Flint and life in the Navy during the 1970s

The Marine Part 2 - John W Wood (Author)

EJohn W Wood was such a great guest, so we had him back right away. The truth is we did not get to talk about his book, and many other life experiences in the last podcast. So here are some more juicy details. This is another great episode with a very entertaining and interesting former Marine. #Podcast #Navy #Marines #Veterans # Military John began writing using his experiences and knowledge of the military and police. John has written one novel, "The House of Crow" and is now writing the prequel, "White Crow". John has written one movie script, "Deadly Purpose", dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. John has two more scripts that that are works in progress.

62 min2018 MAR 27
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The Marine Part 2 - John W Wood (Author)

Life as a Marine in the 1960s with (Author of "The House of Crow") John W Wood

EJohn was born in February of 1941 and raised in Flint, Michigan. His was a middle-class family. His father was a musician and a radio disk jockey. His mother wrote short stories and radio scripts. His mother and father had a Sunday afternoon radio program. His mother wrote the scripts, and both parents played the different characters.As a teen, John worked at a gun shop and learned a great deal about weapons, hunting, and shooting. He became an instructor for shooting skeet and trap. John came in second as junior state champion. This training came in handy when he joined the Marines in 1959 after high school.In the Marines, John graduated boot camp with a promotion and sent to Camp Pendleton to work as a small arms repairman. He attended several weapons classes, always finishing in the top ten in his class. John later was assigned to a guard company in Guam. During this tour, John and another marine were involved in a prolonged gunfight with six intruders in a highly restricted area...

49 min2018 MAR 17
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Life as a Marine in the 1960s with (Author of "The House of Crow") John W Wood

SM2 Bob Janus - Hanging out with John Wayne on the Signal Bridge

EWe have been lucky to hear more about the filming of "In Harms Way", from two different signalmen who hung out with John Wayne on the signal bridge. Bob Janus is our second guest and hails from New Jersey, he has a great set of chops on him. Some guys are natural story tellers, Bob is definitely one of them. Tune in for one amazing sea story, from the 1960s era that includes movie stars,Vietnam, and life on a flag ship.

88 min2018 MAR 13
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SM2 Bob Janus - Hanging out with John Wayne on the Signal Bridge

USS Mount Hood Last Days and the Stress Card with Joshua Hill

EJoshua Hill grew up a country boy in the Virginia area, from his earliest days he knew he wanted to join. His trip into the miltary took a few strange turns, before he landed on the Hood. Soon he was on the USS Camden, then off to the brown shoe navy in Aviation. Tune in for another entertaining podcast.

75 min2018 MAR 9
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USS Mount Hood Last Days and the Stress Card with Joshua Hill

Latest Episodes

From SM1 to BM1- Changing rates at the end of a career with Logan Weaver

ESM1/BM1 Weaver had to change rates at the end of his career, the signalman rate was shut down during his final leg of his Navy career. Logan discusses this transition a bit, and shares a few stores about endless visits to Spain for liberty. Much like the movie "The last detail" with "Jack Nicholson", Logan got to act this scenario out in real life (except for all the shenannigans in the film) by being a brig chaser in his final duty station along with many other duties. Tune in for n interesting story.

66 min2018 MAY 29
Comments
From SM1 to BM1- Changing rates at the end of a career with Logan Weaver

Command Master Chief (Ret) Jose B Gonzales part 1

ECommmand Master Chief Jose B Gonzales had an amazing naval career, so much so that we will be doing several podcasts on his journey. Jose has served on a large variety of ships, where he worked as an engineman. His career took him to places like cuba, or flying around 80 knots on an experimental craft. Tune in for one mans journey that started in Colorado, that took him all around the world.

42 min2018 MAY 22
Comments
Command Master Chief (Ret) Jose B Gonzales part 1

OS2 Cindy Myers (Rios) former USS Mount Hood member shares her story

ECindy Myers (formely known as Cindy Rios) is my first female guest, she was really fun to talk to. Our times on the Mount Hood were a couple of years apart, but I always find it interesting to see where the ship went next. It was very interesting to get a female perspecitve of serving in the Navy, and Cindy does a great job of that. Cindy served on two different ships, and in Mayport Fla. Tune in for the rest of the story.

70 min2018 MAY 15
Comments
OS2 Cindy Myers (Rios) former USS Mount Hood member shares her story

Straight outta PI with SM2 John Smeltzer from the Navy to Expat life.

EYes Ae Sea Stories can reach anywhere on this planet prettty much, as long as there is an internet connection. We did this podcast from near the Manilla area, all the way to California. John was a singalman onboard the USS Mount Hood during the mid 1990s, this was a few years after I had left the ship. In a way this podcast is covering several generations of singalmen onboard the Hood. John Also served at several other commands and ships, tune in for the story of a nice long Naval career and ending up back in PI.

49 min2018 MAY 8
Comments
Straight outta PI with SM2 John Smeltzer from the Navy to Expat life.

RM3 Greg Deborde from the USS Mount Hood AE-29

EGreg and I talk about the Red Cell Navy Seal attack (attack mock up drill), while he was in radioman school. This conversation goes in many interesting directions, as you listen to the journery of a young man from Indiana into the wild wild west. Greg and I hung out a lot, we touch on some of that on this episode. There is so much that could be written on this episode, but you are going to have to tune in to hear the rest.

52 min2018 MAY 1
Comments
RM3 Greg Deborde from the USS Mount Hood AE-29

Ron Hudson from the USS Flint and life in the Navy during the 1970s

ERon Hudson was a great guy to talk to, our ships were stationed at the same base. This was a special base, since it was only designated for ammuntion ships. The thing is ammo bases were never really exciting, when it came to fun or nightlife. Ron shares he story of changing rates several times, and of getting out and then coming back into the Navy. This is a great episode, tune in and enjoy.

45 min2018 APR 24
Comments
Ron Hudson from the USS Flint and life in the Navy during the 1970s

The Marine Part 2 - John W Wood (Author)

EJohn W Wood was such a great guest, so we had him back right away. The truth is we did not get to talk about his book, and many other life experiences in the last podcast. So here are some more juicy details. This is another great episode with a very entertaining and interesting former Marine. #Podcast #Navy #Marines #Veterans # Military John began writing using his experiences and knowledge of the military and police. John has written one novel, "The House of Crow" and is now writing the prequel, "White Crow". John has written one movie script, "Deadly Purpose", dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. John has two more scripts that that are works in progress.

62 min2018 MAR 27
Comments
The Marine Part 2 - John W Wood (Author)

Life as a Marine in the 1960s with (Author of "The House of Crow") John W Wood

EJohn was born in February of 1941 and raised in Flint, Michigan. His was a middle-class family. His father was a musician and a radio disk jockey. His mother wrote short stories and radio scripts. His mother and father had a Sunday afternoon radio program. His mother wrote the scripts, and both parents played the different characters.As a teen, John worked at a gun shop and learned a great deal about weapons, hunting, and shooting. He became an instructor for shooting skeet and trap. John came in second as junior state champion. This training came in handy when he joined the Marines in 1959 after high school.In the Marines, John graduated boot camp with a promotion and sent to Camp Pendleton to work as a small arms repairman. He attended several weapons classes, always finishing in the top ten in his class. John later was assigned to a guard company in Guam. During this tour, John and another marine were involved in a prolonged gunfight with six intruders in a highly restricted area...

49 min2018 MAR 17
Comments
Life as a Marine in the 1960s with (Author of "The House of Crow") John W Wood

SM2 Bob Janus - Hanging out with John Wayne on the Signal Bridge

EWe have been lucky to hear more about the filming of "In Harms Way", from two different signalmen who hung out with John Wayne on the signal bridge. Bob Janus is our second guest and hails from New Jersey, he has a great set of chops on him. Some guys are natural story tellers, Bob is definitely one of them. Tune in for one amazing sea story, from the 1960s era that includes movie stars,Vietnam, and life on a flag ship.

88 min2018 MAR 13
Comments
SM2 Bob Janus - Hanging out with John Wayne on the Signal Bridge

USS Mount Hood Last Days and the Stress Card with Joshua Hill

EJoshua Hill grew up a country boy in the Virginia area, from his earliest days he knew he wanted to join. His trip into the miltary took a few strange turns, before he landed on the Hood. Soon he was on the USS Camden, then off to the brown shoe navy in Aviation. Tune in for another entertaining podcast.

75 min2018 MAR 9
Comments
USS Mount Hood Last Days and the Stress Card with Joshua Hill
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