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Assigned: USS Cone DD-866 US Naval Ship
Highest Rank: E-4 3rd Class Petty Officer
Entered Service: 9/1/1969
Exited Service: 2/1/1973
Foreign Service Length: 4 years
Continental Service Length: 4 years
Location of Service: Charleston , WV (home port)
Gender: male
Basic Training: Charleston , WV
Service Related Injury: n/a
Military Position: Operations Specialist (Radarman)
Place of Separation: n/a
From City: Columbus
From State: Ohio
Current City: Blacklick
Current State: Ohio
Date of Birth: 02/1950
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  1969 My grandfather was drafted in 1969 . He enlisted in the Navy because he wanted to fight the Vietnam War from a distance and he liked the water . He said that his first few days of his service were the worst . They got very little sleep and a lot of yelling at by their sargents . He saw some combat , but his main assignment was an Operations Specialist . During his time in the service , his primary way of keeping in touch with friends and family was through letters and phone calls . For fun , him and some of his shipmates listened to music , played cards , and wrote letters back home to pass the time .