United States Navy

DPC Anthony R. Yebba USN (Retired)


Proud supporter of our troops around the globe defending freedom

Welcome Aboard

This Web Site is dedicated to all those serving or have served in the greatest Navy in the world.

I am retired from the Navy Reserve with over 31 years service. This web site is my way of honoring the U.S. Navy. I will try to present on these pages a summary of my favorite Navy related sites. There are so many excellent sites on the net that it will be extremely difficult for me to accomplish my goal. In other words, I will probably never finish these pages. However, my goal will be to develop the best web site possible.

Tony ~o|--}

This Site will be continuously enhanced -- return often for updates.

*** What's New ***

4 March 00 -- I have added some new Navy Recruiting posters to the site.

--- NOTICE --

I am looking for pictures taken in the 50's of NOB and the Norfolk area specifically East Main Street. E-mail me if you have any available. Thanks!

Click for Orange City, Florida Forecast

I have listened to many renditions of "Anchors Aweigh"
(including this wimpy (quick loading) one you're listening to now).
I found a rendition I like on the Navy Bupers Web Site.
It is played by the Navy Band and is my favorite!!!
Click on the button below and check it out!!!

"Anchors Aweigh"

The USS Constitution is my favorite USN ship.
Whenever I am in the Boston area I try to visit her.
Click on the ship and see some great pictures of her.

"USS Constitution"

I spent a great deal of my younger days as an RM3 aboard
"USS Fremont" enjoying the Navy's promise of adventure!!!
Click on the ship and visit this page dedicated to the men of
the Fremont.

"USS Fremont APA-44"

I strongly support the U. S. Navy Memorial Foundation
and encourage all my shipmates to enroll and be a part
of our country's naval history. Click on the "Lone Sailor"
for further information.

"U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation"

I have included information about my navy career. This page
contains pictures, a comprehensive narrative of an active duty sailor's
life in the 50's and many of my own personal sea stories.

"What's a sailor without a few sea stories".

"My Navy Career"

Navy Recruiting Posters

My Favorite Navy Links

Famous Historical Ships: Warships to Cruise Ships"
Becca (a sixth grade student) while doing research for a social studies project discovered this page. Becca enjoyed the links and asked if I would add this link to the site. I found her suggestion informative and am happy to include it on my site.Thank you Becca and your tutor Miss Edith DeCesare.
The Goat Locker
MMCM(SS) Greg Peterman's site is the one of the best Navy Web Site Presentations that I have seen. I only hope my endeavors came close to achieving a quality web site as the Master Chief's.
Naval Historical Center
Looking for historical information about the U.S. Navy or a specific ship? This may be the site for you.
The Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships
Looking for information about your ship? This site which is still under development has quite a few ships listed. The site contains information about a ship's specifications and history.
The official site of the USS Constitution
If you are interested in Naval history this is a great place to start.
The official site of the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation
If you want to enter a loved one or yourself into the log of the U.S. Navy Memorial or just want to visit select this link.
The German Submarine U-505
A great site for WWII buffs. This German boat was captured and towed 2000 miles to the U.S. mainland. Submariners will find this a very interesting site.
Capture of the U-505
A great site for WWII buffs.
The United States Navy
The official page of the United States Navy.

"E-mail any comments or suggestions"

USS Constitution | USS Fremont | U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation | My Navy Career

Last Updated: February 19, 2012
WebMaster: Tony Yebba email: tony.yebba@yahoo.com
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