John Bartleson-1975, upon commissioning
"Bart" at Yorktown-1955
"Just step back and nobody gets hurt"
Oh those memories of
Boot Camp. Best buddies at Great Lakes.
In January, 1955--might as well have been at the North Pole.
John Bartleson, Yorktown-1955. This has to be the coolest dude around!
Party at Yorktown. Could this be at Nick's Seafood Pavillion?
[Can anyone supply the names?]
Where are all the chicks?
(L-R) Bart, DeNayer and Otto Smith-Liberty in D.C., February, 1955
2nd Greatest Naval Duty Station
(Yokosuka, Japan has to be the all-time best)
Harold Hudson, Bart, puttin' meat on the table
George Steer, John Bartleson, gettin' a tan
This is the old WW I
German mine technology we liberated after the war.
Submarine-launched dip-needle mines were technologically ahead of their time.
Dockside, Key West. Possibly USS Bushnell (AS-15) and 2 unidentified Tench-class subs.
Sweepers at dockside, USS Brant (AMS-43) (right) and possibly USS Fulmar (AMS-47)
Many thanks to John Bartleson for these great photos.
Derick S. Hartshorn -