Wednesday, August 25, 2010
US NAVY SUBMARINE "CHEF" RECIPES My name is Wally Gage, I'm an Old Chief Torpedoman who qualified on the USS Volador (SS-490) in 1956. I am a member of the Ozark Runner Base of the USSVI in Springfield, MO. Our Base Commander is Ron Athey. I recently published a cookbook, US NAVY SUBMARINE "CHEF" RECIPES used on US Navy Submarines where I reduced them to family portions. All the recipes will bring back the memories of poking holes in the ocean and hot bread for "Mid Rats" I also, added a section as tribute to all 65 lost submarines and their crews. In addition there is a section describing locations of all the US Navy Submarine Museums. I an proud to say I have gotten great reviews. My website outlines ways the USSVI Bases can take advantage of the book as a fund raiser. I have set up several book signing at different submarine reunions. George Mason, Vice Commander of the Ozark Runner Base will have the book for sale at the USSVI Cincinnati Convention and our base will have a booth with information about the 2011 USSVI Convention to be held in Springfield, MO. Website http://www.submarineveteranscookbook.com/. Please call or e-mail me for details. If you desire, I will sign the cookbooks. Wally Gage 417-336-4400 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.submarineveteranscookbook.com/
Posted by Life's Beautiful Path at 1:27 PM
Monday, August 23, 2010
Twin Lakes Submarine Base meets tomorrow, August 24, 2010 at the Elks Club, Mountain Home, AR. Great bunch of Subvets. They meet from noon to 1 p.m. You can buy lunch there.
Posted by Life's Beautiful Path at 7:10 AM
Sunday, August 15, 2010
NEWS-03: U.S. Navy to help restore USS Batfish Submitted by: Pat Householder on 8/7/2010---------------------------------------------------------U.S. Navy Reserve to help restore USS Batfish Muskogee (OK) Phoenix Newspaper: On Aug. 28, the Oklahoma Naval Reserve will be out to help paint the USS Batfish. Visitors are welcome, but during this day the submarine will be closed to the public. The museum and grounds will remain open.To reach the USS Batfish Submarine and Military Museum, take Muskogee Turnpike to Exit 33, turn east, then turn north at the Batfish sign.The Naval Reserve will host a car wash and cook-out for donations as well as have a squadron gear shop open to help raise funds for the day’s activities. Information: Rick Dennis at 682-6294.
Posted by Life's Beautiful Path at 12:58 PM