Anchors Away, Memorial Day

Commander James J. Galoppa, Jr. is retiring this week after a long career in the Navy, including a year as the team chief of the Navy element on Camp Clark, where I got to know him well.  These pages from his retirement ceremony program honor Camp Clark soldiers who died in action while we were there.  Thanks for remembering their sacrifice, Jim, and thanks for your service, too.

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5 Responses to “Anchors Away, Memorial Day”

  1. jack Says:

    It looks nice, but too bad they spelled ceremony wrong.

  2. Jon Campanella Says:

    Commander,
    My name is AVCM(AW/SW/IW) Jon Campanella and I am retiring here at the end of the month. If you get this message, I would like to ask for a copy of your retirement program if you still have it. I saw in on your blog and LOVE the front and back cover. My email is jon.campanella@gmail.com Thank you in advance.
    AVCM Campanella

  3. Chuck Murgia Says:

    Hello Commander Gallopa
    I am CDR Chuck Murgia, and finishing up a 34 year career with the Navy. I love you retirement program and would like very much if you could send me the editable version of that so that I can use for my retirement program on 2 Dec 2017.
    If I could get it soon, that would be great, allowing me time to edit and send to a print shop.
    Thank you for considering.
    V/R

    Chuck

    charles.murgia@yahoo.com

    • Peter Molin Says:

      Hi CDR Murgia, I don’t have an editable copy of the program, unfortunately, and I’m no longer in contact with CDR Gallopa, so you’ll have to make do with what is posted. I hope it works out! -Best, Peter

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