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Old 03-29-2010, 05:19 PM   #1
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Greetings to all. I am an avid subsim fan and can't stop playing SH3 and 4. I am currently a deck hand and education instructor on the USS Pampanito in San Francisco at Pier 45. She is a Balao class sub fitted for her 1945 appearance. She went on 6 war patrols, sinking 6 ships and damaging another 4. Also rescued 73 POW's after another US sub sank the transport carrying them to Japan. If your in the area or want to get a VIP tour of the boat into areas the publics not allowed to go let me know. I love to give tours, this is maybe the greatest job I have ever had. Or if you visit and ask for Josh, hopefully ill be there.
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Old 04-01-2010, 08:38 PM   #2
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Greetings to all. I am an avid subsim fan and can't stop playing SH3 and 4. I am currently a deck hand and education instructor on the USS Pampanito in San Francisco at Pier 45. She is a Balao class sub fitted for her 1945 appearance. She went on 6 war patrols, sinking 6 ships and damaging another 4. Also rescued 73 POW's after another US sub sank the transport carrying them to Japan. If your in the area or want to get a VIP tour of the boat into areas the publics not allowed to go let me know. I love to give tours, this is maybe the greatest job I have ever had. Or if you visit and ask for Josh, hopefully ill be there.
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Joshua Andersen
Hey! I donated a 2007 Subsim Almanac to the USS Pampanito when I was there. Hopefully you guys still have it.
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Hey Do you still give boy scouts a sleep over? I slept over on that ship for one night and it forever changed me. I really live submarines after that night and never left that thought. Kudos to you guys!

If I decide to visit SF bay area sometime in this summer then I'll let you know so you could give me a special tour.
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:32 PM   #4
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Hey Josh, are you a forum member over on SUBMARINEMUSEUMS.ORG's forum? If not, I know we'd love to have you.
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