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My dad (deceased) was captain of the Knapp during a period of WWII. I was priviledged to attend a Knapp reunion in 1976 with my family including my son Wiliiam Brown, III who has always had an interest in Knapp history. He now lives in Portland and thru your website learned about the Knapp's bridge being on display at the Oregon Maritime Museum in Astoria. While visiting my son and his family last fall, he surprised my wife and me with a tour of the museum and the Knapp display. A wonderful and moving exhibit to all that crewed the Knapp!

Added: April 2, 2011
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Just happened upon your website while researching some geneaology. I'm no relation to your namesake, but I was interested to find there was a destroyer named the USS Knapp. From the number of posts, it looks like you have a great association, still going after all these years. Have fun at your reunion, and God bless.

Added: March 17, 2011
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My father served on the USS Knapp during the last year of WW II. He is now deceased. God bless all who served on the Knapp. Your service will always be remembered.

Added: March 12, 2011
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My father Robert F. Hoag was a lieutenant jg on the Knapp.
Spent some time in the North Atlantic and the South Pacific. Lived in a house north of Bath while repairs
were made to the ship. Said his years in the Navy were
the best years of his life. Do you think he was kidding?


Added: February 28, 2011
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Hi my name is Brian Todd and I'm the grandson of Emil "Bix" Hogya whom served on the USS KNAPP. He's with me and always talks about and wonders how the guys are that were with him. If there's anyone out there who would like to leave contact information or contact him please do so by using the e-mail I listed. Thanks agian and he looks forward to hearing from anyone out there!

Added: February 24, 2011
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I have an old friend who served on the Knapp during the Korean War. His name is Edward Zelinski, Skeets, from Chicago. Skeets is still kicking & doing fairly well. If anybody remembers him, feel free to give me a shout.

Regards to all.
Kim Hildreth: served on USS Butte, USS Elmer Montgomery & USS Forrest Sherman.


Added: February 6, 2011
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Son of Carl E Lunsford, Any one rember my
dad?


Added: February 3, 2011
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I met acustomer of mine a few days ago,his name is Tom Carleton.He served on the Knapp during WWII.He was an artist and actually still is painting.I chatted with him for a half hour or so and though he had a stroke,he remembers so much of those days.He told me he painted a lot of the guys seabags.If anyone remembers him,please contact me.I would love to let the guy know if anyone does.thank you.

Added: January 22, 2011
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GREAT WEBSITE; LOOKING FOR INFO ON YOUR CHICAGO REUNION
HOPE YOU CAN OFFER INFO. ;)

Admin reply: The reunion dates are currently being worked on. When we have them, they will be posted in the reunion section : )


Added: January 19, 2011
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looking for john simons. he and i were shipmates on the uss witek. we were both transfered off. he to the knapp and i to the sigourney. these two ships were next to one another in charleston being put back into commission for the korean war. often wondered what happened to john

Added: January 17, 2011
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