USS Putnam DD-757

USS Putnam DD-757

Photos, Page 4

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A personel transfer from the Putnam to the Weeks., 1952
from Stan Cochran


Ens. Burris has the watch, 1952
from Stan Cochran


Torpedo drill, 1952
from Stan Cochran


Time: 2315 and we were at 60 degrees north, 1952
from Stan Cochran


PUTNAM's "band", 1952. Anyone remember them?
from Stan Cochran


PUTNAM refueled alongside MISSOURI. The Captain had us all change into
whites for the exercise. Aboard MISSOURI, there was a large crowd
watching, many of them eating ice cream. The admiral's band played for us.
It was a view of a different life than the one on a tin can!, 1952
from Stan Cochran


A North Atlantic refueling from USS SALAMONIE, 1952
from Stan Cochran


Launching the 26 ft. motor whale boat, 1952
from Stan Cochran


A pic from the bow, 1952
from Stan Cochran


Midshipmen lollygagging, 1952
from Stan Cochran


Signalman, 1952
from Stan Cochran

from CWO4 Dale J. Patterson USN (Ret.)


 
 


 
 


 
 


A great shot of the Putnam in her final days in Algiers, LA (across from New Orleans)
from Dan tanner


This picture was taken while on a Med cruise 1950-1952 and is of the Putnam CIC crew and me,(in dungaree jacket). Lots of great guys there.
from Louis Salas