OK City Crewmember Pages
Phil Hays, LtJg, Special Weapons Officer 69-72 has built a new website
about the Oklahoma City. Check it out at: Okieboat.com
Chief Dave Campbell (BMC 73-79) has a new website. Lots of photos with more planned. Visit Dave at Navy Bosn
Master Chief Wayne Taylor has a new CD out on the Raincoe Music Label.
It�s bluegrass music; one of the songs is listed on the Bluegrass Unlimited National Survey Charts.
Roque Gonzalez, a member of the marine detatchment, shares his love of racing at Leatherneck Racing.
Chief Dave Rice has put together a collection of memories from his years on the Oklahoma City
during the early seventies called Gohan's OK City Collection.
DS1 Rick Sykes' NAVetsUSA page NAVetsUSA. Plank owners get free certificate with membership.
Ray Plumlee's Navy Page.
HT1 Steven Roberts' home page is filled with rembrances of boot camp and various shipboard commands.
The history of Submarines and U-Boats page was recommended by Meg and her history class in Wyoming.
This page by the Parts Geek is a truly comprehensive resource for all things ssubmarine.
It was recommended by Elaina from Miss Mercer's class in Delaware who were working on a
special project about submarines and naval history. Parts Geek
Ronny Saxe of Belgium has created a large and interesting site dedicated to submarines,
sub history, sub covers, sub insignia and sub stamps.
He has listings for all US Los Angeles Class subs plus hundreds of subs from abound the world.
See it at Ron's Submarine Covers.
MS2 Glenn "Stoner" Stone of the SSN723, has an interesting page dedicated to Navy Submarine Cooks.
Check out his Navy Cook page.
Ken Noble's USS Topeka (CLG-8) Reunion Association home page.
Sam Villa's USS Providence (CLG-6) home page.
Don Schuld's USS Little Rock (CLG-4) Reunion Association home page
Interesting Naval Pages
A listing of Com7Flt Viet Nam casualties by ship. Shipboard Casualties
If you're looking for anything military, you're sure to find it at Kathys Military Links.
Tony DiGiulian has produced a nice looking page for Naval Weapons, Naval Technology and Naval Reunions called NAVWEAPS
The Anchor Page For The World's Warships is at Warship1.
NavSource Naval History site, a Photographic History Of The U.S. Navy, which includes 10,700 pages and over 26,000 images.
Frank Wood, a frequent visitor to our page, has started one for the USS Mullinnix "The Mighty Mux"(DD-944).
Frank was an FT back in the 70's when our two ships were involved in action together. Check out his site at USS Mullinnix.
Chief Greg Peterman has a great page, appropriately called "The Goat Locker," aimed at CPOs but very interesting for all current and former military. The Goat Locker
Veteran's News Hour
The USS Oklahoma City website has been chosen as a Featured Veteran's Website on the Veterans News Hour Daily, a well put-together, informative and useful site for all veterans.