"I think my dad was the Bundy who got so seasick. From what I understand, he had quite a problem with it. His name was Donald Bundy and was an electrician. Unfortunately, he passed away in 1968 when I was 3. If anyone has any memories of my dad they'd be willing to share, please contact me. I'd really like to know him better."
"I served aboard the cubera from 66/68 qualified , and transfered to an FBM as a QM3 "
"I was only a mess cook for one 10 day trip to sea, I just couldn't help it.."
"Just had a chance to scroll through some of the entries. Saw notes from "Underwater Smith", Ted Curtin, Ron Miles and Tom Turner. Remember running aground, going upriver to Yorktown, Philly overhaul, trips to Halifax and Bermuda, and finally the 60-61 Med cruise. And that radio bouy antenna - had to go inside that access panel a few times to adjust the locking jaws. This is a great site. Thanks."
"Served aboard U.S.S. Cubera from mid 1958 thru mid 1961. Became Leading Seaman soon after reporting. Went TDY to Radio School and returned to Cubera. Completed tour as RM2 and discharged July 1961."
"Served aboard the Cubera from April 1949 thru September 1952 EM3SS"
"I was on the decom crew in Key West. Charley Petrovich and I were running mates and had some good times on duval street. I retired ENCS(SS)(SW)(DV) in Jan 1990 hope to hear from more of the decom crew"
"To ALL my former shipmates, please correct the email address you have for me. You may reach me at m3chuck(a)cablespeed.com."
"I served in Cubera fron 1946 through 1948.I qulified prior to her being converted to a Guppy.I was a 3rd. class gunner's mate.Our cob was Chief Bull Watson. Do any of you late commers remember Herby Prat. We were running mates. had some good times in Havana.Is ther anybody out ther that goes back that far I would like to hear from you Herby served out his 20 years in Cubera "
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