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NOTE - This is a re-creation of Rob Flory's original site which crashed some time ago - unfortunately some photos are still missing but most of the text is here - if you can help with any replacement photos, please send e-mail to Rob or to Nick K4NYW

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I would like to correspond with  WWII veterans who served in the US Navy or Marine Corps as Radiomen, Electronics Technicians, Signalmen, or Radio Officers. 


List of Naval callsigns, maybe known post war as JANAP 119
COMINST.  Communications Instructions
US Naval Radio Frequency Usage Plan
Manual for US/C-3 Infrared Signalling Telescope


TBK transmitter, preferably of RCA manufacture.
Motor-generator for TCK transmitter(hey, a guy can dream, can't he?)
Monitor and power supply units for ATK,ATJ Television System
861 Tetrode
CRV-46246 (AR-88F) receivers
RDM monitor and speaker units.
REK receiver(stand-alone AR-88)
TBX wire antenna and counterpoise on reel
J-36 speed key
Navy hand microphones
TBS transmitter
RCK, RBH, RAO receivers
808 Transmitting triodes
Shipboard radio desk (LOP)
Manuals for TBX through TBX-6,  RBK-1, TBL-5
1000 Watt bulb for 12" signal searchlight

Uniforms and other items

Chambray work(utility) shirts
Blue denim dungarees, waist 32-34