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Thread: The Lucky Few – The Story of USS KIRK (FF-1087)

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    I remember this very well I can see it even now so many years later in my memories. I was on board the Kirk during this time even watch the Chinook crash into the water and later rode on one of the many ships we escorted to Subic Bay PI.

    EW2 Paul Lawless USS Kirk

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    Paul you guys did God's work.

    BRAVO ZULU.

    Welcome aboard the WAB.

    We do ask all our new members to go to the introduction thread andd tell us about yourself. A member of the Kirk's crew will be very welcome.
    “We had been hopelessly labouring to plough waste lands; to make nationality grow in a place full of the certainty of God… Among the tribes our creed could be only like the desert grass – a beautiful swift seeming of spring; which, after a day’s heat, fell dusty.”
    ― T.E. Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom: A Triumph

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