Honoring those who have served onboard Aircraft Carriers

  • by: Bruce Henion
  • recipient: Donald Winter, Secretary of the Navy, U. S. Navy
On behalf of those who have served onboard U. S. Aircraft Carriers I would like the U. S. Navy to disclose on the internet information relating to US Aircraft Carrier Foreign Water Fleet Deployments, all classification, by earliest dates and time of arrival and departure from September 1945 to present and foreign ports visited.
Those of us who cherish the memory of those who served aboard U. S. Aircraft Carriers will forever illuminate the enduring hardships, sacrifices and the ultimate sacrifice, the laying down of ones life for the preservation of the living constitution. I am among an elite group of individuals worldwide, who to the best of our abilities illustrate digitally the most accurate accountability of U. S. Aircraft Carrier ship and deployment history. Others before me and after will step up to the plate. I know I made a home run and my nephews and nieces will forever know that sailors aboard the USS Coral Sea (CV-43) during Operation Eagle Claw and other units in the theatre of operation in the North Arabian Sea made a difference. U. S. Navy Carrier Summary Reports are vague, and with so much not disclosed no wonder everyone who illustrates U. S. Carrier History, to include the free encyclopedia merely copies the existing report with highlighted links in an attempt to encourage others to create stories or descriptions of particular places. Concluding a three year research project, working ten hours a day on the average, with three months rest, and without the use of fingers due to my disability, am proud to introduce:

www.uscarrierhistory.com - a narrative summary.

Not to make available historical content relating to aforementioned information is an injustice to those who have honorably served and stepped up to the plate in our nation’s time of great need. How can we honor those who served onboard US Aircraft Carriers with out first reporting deployment history of every deployment?

Uscarrierhistory.com books will be available by August 1, 2006 listing an estimated 10,000 internet addresses within content and charts. During the month of July website content will be uploaded weekly?

How many Foreign Water Fleet Deployments have U. S. Aircraft Carriers made from September 1945 to present and, as well foreign ports visited?

What is the total number of Battle Stars earned by US Aircraft Carriers (CV; CVL and CVA)?

My favorite sites on the internet illustrating US Aircraft Carrier and Air Wing history:

http://navysite.de/info.htm - Unofficial U. S. Navy Site - Thoralf Doehring, the largest European US Navy website

http://www.usscoralsea.net/pages/aircraft.html - USS Coral Sea Tribute Site
http://www.usscoralsea.org - USS CORAL SEA CVA 43 ASSOCIATION
http://www.fatherryan.org/navyvietnam/carriers.htm - The Carriers of Vietnam (Photos)
http://www.warbirdalley.com/p39.htm - War Bird Alley

http://www.danshistory.com/ - The Military Aviation Webring
http://www.bluejacket.com/usn-usmc_stats_seasia.html - Bluejacket.com
USN/USMC Fixed Wing Aviation Southeast Asia Statistical Summary 1962 to 1973
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