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TinCan782

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Hello,
I've changed my username from frensicpic to TinCan782 to reflect my Navy service.
A "Tin Can" is a nickname for a Navy destroyer.
I served in destroyer #782 - the USS Rowan (DD-782) 1968-1972. Radioman Second Class.
Anchors aweigh!
John
 
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JontyMort

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Hello,
I've changed my username from frensicpic to TinCan782 to reflect my Navy service.
A "Tin Can" is a nickname for a Navy destroyer.
I served in destroyer #782 - the USS Rowan (DD-782) 1968-1972. Radioman Second Class.
Anchors aweigh!
John
I suppose “the poster formerly known as frensicpic“ doesn’t quite trip off the tongue so well.
All the best.
 

anumberone

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Hello,
I've changed my username from frensicpic to TinCan782 to reflect my Navy service.
A "Tin Can" is a nickname for a Navy destroyer.
I served in destroyer #782 - the USS Rowan (DD-782) 1968-1972. Radioman Second Class.
Anchors aweigh!
John
Nice change.
Perfect vessel for learning the idiosyncrasies of navigating the aisle in a rocking train car.
 
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