*** USS Fulton Association ***
*** Our Memories ***
S1 inspection by Captain Duncan circa 1963-1964
State Pier New London CT
USS Fulton with Squadron Ten boats at State Pier.
Bob Stout MA2-DP2 (circa 1965)
Last berth for the USS Fulton in Brownsville, Texas. January 1996 before being cut up for salvage.
Glen W. Work, Emil A. Geffert, and Ches Laird holding the only surviving part of the ship. This porthole glass now resides in the Vallejo, Ca. museum.
Emil Geffert, Portside looking aft at last berth in 1996.
Starboard side looking aft 1996.
1970 Thanksgiving menu onboard the USS Fulton
USS Fulton passing San Juan in the sixties.
USS Fulton at the State Pier in New London in 1962
Pictured with her is the USS Skylark ASR-20, a sub rescue ship
USS Fulton moored at NYC in 1964 Picture: Bill Guhl
USS Fulton moored at the State Pier, New London, CT in 1964 Picture: Bill Guhl
Shows RM3 Callahan chipping paint on the Signal Shack while in the yards at Charlestown, SC in 1971. This view is starboard side looking aft.
This is the radio repair group. The radiomen and ET's of this division did the repair for the subs. The ships operation division also had ET's and Radiomen for the Fulton only.
If the layout was the same when the webmaster was aboard this shop was located aft on the 02 level I believe.
This picture was submitted by Ira W. Goodin who served aboard the Fulton during WW2.
Picture of the USS Fulton being scrapped courtesy of Cliff Simonsen.
Pictured above is John Crosby Basham BM1, being congratulated by W.W. Patrick EM1, President of the Recreational Committee, on his winning of the Fulton's contest to name the new crew's lounge. The winning name was "Hideaway". (1956)
A new Chiefs initiation of eating from a trough in 1956. Pictured are: Bill J. Sego, TEC; Manfred C. Marotta, DCC; Bill W. Patrick, EMC; and Vincent Lanza, SKC.
Subron Ten Patch
The following 4 pictures were sent in by Bill Kruzykowski. These pictures belonged to the late SH1 Simon Andrew Kruzykowski who served on the USS Fulton.
SH1 Kruzykowski served in the Navy from 1947 till 1964 aboard the following ships:
USNS General M. Rose
and did shore duty at the Brooklyn Navy Yard and at Correy Field, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL. SH1 Kruzykowski served in the U.S. Army during WW2 before joining the Navy. For those who don't know about the Ships Serviceman rate (SH) Ship's servicemen manage and operate shipboard retail and service activities. This includes ship's stores, vending machines and video games, barber shops, laundry and dry cleaning plants, and tailor shops.
SH1 Kruzykowski retiring with sideboys
USS Fulton at Gitmo
USS Nautilus 1955
USS Fulton 1961
EM1 Ellis in the 1980's on main deck midships
USS Fulton at the Weapon's Pier in Bayone, New Jersey, off loading weapons in preparation for the SRA in Norfolk VA sometime around Jan 87 or Jan 88.
This is a picture of the USS Fulton pulling into Norfolk on October 1, 1991 Taken from the USS Grapple.
Onboard USS Grapple, these are members of the last crew of the Fulton Ò from left to right:
MM1 Orlando, ET2 Breid, MM1 Wilson and MM1Mannix all from R-5 Radcon Division.
Thanks to Bill Kruzykowski, son of SH1 Kruzykowski, for this nice clear picture of our home.
USS Fulton with her subs. Picture: Bill Kruzykowski
The supply office on the USS Fulton. SH1 Kruzykowski working.Picture: Bill Kruzykowski
Above is a picture of the State Pier in New London, CT. This picture was taken in 1966 and the Fulton was at sea at the time. I don't know that name of the ship tied up there. Photo supplied by Bill Guhl
Following two photos by Ensign JJ King, now Captain, MC, Retired
USS Fulton H Division 1987. Left to right:
HN Berry (Lab Tech), HMCS Angle (Leading CPO),
HM2 Layne (Damage Control Corpsman), HMC Wilrich (Radiation Health Tech),
HM3 K. Maxwell (Supply Petty Officer), HM2 Nitti (Preventive Medicine
Tech), HM2 Brant (Physical Exams), HM1 Rouse (Preventive Maintenance),
HM3 Harris (Damage Control Corpsman), HM3 J. Maxwell (Medical Records),
HM1 Colvin (Leading Hospital Corpsman-Sick Call), ENS King (Division
Officer/Radiation Health Officer), HM2 Bailey (Lab Tech), HM1 Loftis
(Preventive Medicine Tech), LT Buckholz (Ship's Physician), HM2 Kjensmo
(Radiation Health Tech), HN Llewellyn (Hearing Conservation), and
HM1 Titus (X-ray Tech).
USS Fulton at Nova Scotia in 1986
Seasons Greeting V-Mail from the USS Fulton From Tracy Adams
Last edited on December 29, 2012