Wednesday, August 30, 2006

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Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Dave Tombleson rears his ugly head

Dave Tombleson resurfaced on the NSGD/A Athens email group, and provided a nutshell of his post-Athens history:
  • Went back to Monterey and did tour as SpanLing at Imperial Beach, CA.
  • Got remarried. Had son, Jacob.
  • Left Navy and became a cop. Hurt back and lost job.
  • Opened company offering security consulting and executive protection.
  • Went to Law School. Passed bar.
  • Now partner in small law firm in Portland, OR.
  • About to become a grandpa in June.
Great to hear from you, Dave!

Thursday, October 28, 2004

A series of emails from several folks indicates that Don Levy left the Navy, went to Israel, became a Rabbi, joined the US Air Force and is now preparing to retire (this info mostly from Pete Skalski). Photographic proof:

John Granlund indicates that Don's religious reawakening took place shortly after he took up dancing with Dachshunds.

Dancing with Dachshunds?

John says it's a long story. But I've never known that to stop John from talking, so we're eagerly waiting for him to spill the beans.


Wow, I just sort of came across this website while looking for places to advertise my T-shirt and Apparel sites, and perhaps my blog.

Are you still active here, or did you move on to another site/URL?

Cheers, Timmer

By Timmer, at 6:28 PM  

Yup, I keep the site running, although I haven't heard much of anything worth posting about lately.

Of course, if I worked at it, I could probably come up with something.

By Boyd, at 6:36 PM  

Saturday, September 04, 2004

Get in line to see Igor!

To promote his new book, Joint Task Force France, Igor will have a book signing on Saturday, Sept 11, 2004, from 1100 to 1400 at the Waldenbooks in Frances Scott Key Mall, 5500 Buckeystown Pike in Frederick, MD (that's at the intersection of I-270 and Rt 85).

I'm sure he'd love to see you there...especially if you buy a book or two.

Monday, August 02, 2004

Get the email

In case you're reading this web site, but haven't received an invitation from me to join the NSGD/NSGA Athens group on Yahoo!, I apologize, but I must not have your email address.

So if you want to be sure you get any emails sent from and to the Athens alumni, just go to the NSGD/NSGA Athens Yahoo Group and sign up. I've got it set to require approval before you join (to keep out the spammers), but I do the approvals as soon as I see them, so you shouldn't miss out on any emails.

Sunday, July 18, 2004

The cost of overdoing it

Here we have graphic proof that staying in the Navy too long can wear you down. Twenty years ago, Igor had about a foot on George, but fate has taken its toll, as Pete Skalski's photo proves.

Saturday, July 17, 2004

A-3 Dedication and East Med Get-Together

It was great to witness the dedication of the EA-3B in Vigilance Park at NSA, and to honor the seven who died aboard Ranger 12, as well as all those who died in support of naval cryptology while flying in the service of their country. It was also great to see so many former shipmates.

The "Up off the FLOOR and out the DOOR" Med DIRSUP reunion bash was great. We had quite a few folks show up, and much credit to Greg Altig for putting it all together. Here's Greg, with our bartender in the background:

Greg Altig and our lovely bartender

I've gotten photos from Pete Skalski and Chris Grantham, and I'll be posting some of them in the near future.

Friday, July 16, 2004

A place to visit

I thought that we might find it useful to have a place to disseminate information and have a place to gather on the Internet. So here we are.

I'll get some more stuff up soon. Visit often.