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November 2008 Key News

November 2008 - New Key Shipmates added in November 2008.  Faulkner, Martin 1969; Cooke, Robert Plank Owner 65 - 70; Stockdale, John 71 - 74; Scroggins, Wade 84 - 88.  Check crew list for details.

November 21, 2008 - 30 new pictures added to the 1980s area compliments of Jeff Burke and Kirk Parnell

November 13, 2008 - I was just notified by shipmate Bil Hole of the passing of former Blue Crew CO Luther D. Yarger on February 27, 2007.   Known as "Liquid Lou" by many that served with him, CDR Yarger was an old-school submariner - the kind they make movies about.  Driving around base in his XKE, usually with a good looking woman beside him, made him the envy of many a sailor.  To those of us that served under Capt Yarger, we will toast to his life - as I'm sure it would please him very much.  Check out Eternal Patrol for details.

     

November 8, 2008 - New Videos!  Tom Wagner has just sent in three more videos.  UL Ops during a TDU operation, AMR1, and the Torpedo Room.  Each 40 second video takes you back in time and lets you hear that very familiar 400 hz hum that lulled us all to sleep.  Just click  Videos.

November 1, 2008 - I created a new section simply called Videos.  We currently have two videos to view.  One shows the first Trident missile launch from the Key in 1978; the second shows about 40 seconds in the Launcher area in 1992 during a deep dive drill.  Check your old files to see if you have any home movies or videos of the Key.  It is an easy process to convert them to digital format so that all your shipmates can enjoy them.