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USS Tattnall DDG-19 Blog
Saturday, 12 December 2009
Welcome to the Tattnall Blog
Topic: Blog rerplaces Guestbook

The guestbook site went out of bussiness, so now we have a blog.

Mike Lambert

Posted by fivekiller1n0 at 3:20 PM EST

Monday, 17 May 2010 - 4:22 AM EDT

Name: tattnallvetgrandson
Home Page:

Iam not a naval veteran, but Iam the grandson of a veteran of the U.S.S. TATTNALL (DDG-19). His name was Franklin Clint Neman and he served from august of 1964 for 2 years. He passed away some years ago and for my birthday I was given his military records and replacement dog tags. If anyone knew him and has stories to share or has any photos of him I would greatly appreciate them. please email me with any info. thank you and may god bless you.

Friday, 18 June 2010 - 11:36 AM EDT

Name: "Brad Van Riper"

I was on the cruise but got out of the Navy in July of 1977, did not see my photo, many photos must have been taken after my departure.  I enjoyed seeing the cruise book and seeing old friends.

Would welcome contact from some of my friends.


Tuesday, 22 June 2010 - 11:58 AM EDT

Name: "John Kozar 3rd"

I served at the same time as your grandfather aboard the USS Tattnall.

Tuesday, 28 June 2011 - 4:16 AM EDT

Name: maggieryan
Home Page:

It's sad to see so few posts on the Tattnall site.

Easter 1977......anyone remember being in Palma de Mallorca?

The Chiefs and 1st Class of USS Tattnall took over my little bar, next to was their home while in Palma.

The bar was owned by Maggie, an Irish redhead (that's me) and Maggie May, a British blonde, (yes, those are our real names!)

We were invited aboard to the Chief's Mess for Easter Sunday lunch, there were 6 of us ladies from Ireland, England, Sweden (2), Norway and Spain.  

We brought 4 liters of Sangria with us, we didn't know about the "dry ship" rule. That was a day we will not forget.  The Mess Cook Chief (sorry if that's the wrong title) made Easter eggs with our National Flags on them, and we had an Easter egg hunt which was hilarious.

We were going to change the name of the Bar to "The Tattnall Pub" but the Spanish authorities wouldn't let us. Maggie May now lives in Va Beach with her husband, I live in Orlando with mine.  Would love to hear from old friends from that Med Cruise.



Wednesday, 2 May 2012 - 8:14 PM EDT

Name: "Bob Nield"


 Feel free to contact me. I was a BT in the Aft Fireroom while you were on board. I seem to remember you and another MM tearing apart one of the turbines in the Engine Room?



Wednesday, 2 May 2012 - 8:15 PM EDT

Name: "Bob Nield"

Always glad to hear from folks.

Sunday, 30 September 2012 - 6:12 PM EDT

Name: "Bob Floyd"

I too was a BT in the AFT Fireroom

Thursday, 4 July 2013 - 1:20 PM EDT

Name: "George Koloski"

How is everyone doing? To Mike Lambert are yo u the same Lambert who was in Nam assigned to Riverboat Duty, if so how are you doing


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