THIS SITE WAS CREATED TO TELL THE STORY
OF THE USS MENHADEN (SS-377)
I DIDN"T EXPECT TO BE GIVEN ANY AWARDS
BUT, THEY ARE SINCERELY APPRECIATED, NONETHELESS!
January 19th, 1998
Robin "The Brat" Ator, Webmaster of DAISEY
DUKE'S MILITARY TRIBUTE PAGE, wrote:
"Oh! And I have attached something else that can be seen on
a few Bubblehead pages and your new
site must have it also! . . . I only give it out to those who
really deserve it! :)"
Daisey's Hero Award
Designed for the Enlisted Submariners who rightfully earned
their Silver Dolphins the old fashion way.
Thank You, Brat!
January 21st, 1998
Another unexpected award! From my brother, John "Shotgun
Jack" Carpenter, Webmaster of
SHOTGUN JACK'S HOME PAGE. The Citation read: "Please accept
the following Award
from a "fellow" WEBMASTER, for all the work you have done on
Thank You, Bro!
April 11th, 1998
Paul D. Henriott, CWO, USA, Ret., Webmaster of the USS OAKLAND
the ANTIAIRCRAFT CRUISERS Web Site, wrote: "I am presenting
Turret Captain Ship/Unit Award. Enjoy it for you deserve it
for your effort."
here, or the lower Award image, to view the complete Certificate
Thank You, Paul!
April 28th, 1998
To Qualify for the "Cadet Honor Award,"
your Website must be:
1. Patriotic in it's Theme and Reflect Love of Country
2. Show Support of the Military and Concern for Veterans
Scott A. Tackett Sr., Webmaster of the TACKETT FAMILY HOME PAGE,
"It is with Pride and Gratitude that The Tackett Family presents
this Award to your
Outstanding Patriotic Website, USS MENHADEN (SS-377)."
Thank You, Scott!
July 29th, 1998
Jim Moran, Webmaster of the "Eyes Of A Sailor - USS Juneau (LPD-10)"
Assault Ship Web Site, wrote: "Please accept this very humble
award for a job well done.
This is a tribute to you and your mates."
Thank You, Crazy Jim!
September 2nd, 1998
Robby Robinson, Webmaster of ROB'S MACV-SOG
HOME PAGE, wrote:
"Please accept this award. There will only be 12 of these awards
presented to sites that I have found
to be exceptional in their dedication to furthering the cause
of all military personnel, POW/MIA issues
and those sites that are dedicated to maintaining the history
of the Armed Forces.
"The number twelve is significant in Special Forces as it is
the number of team members on an "A" Team,
the core of all Special Forces units. Due to the outstanding
quality, content and design of your pages, I am
pleased to include you among the roles of this elite group.
Thank you, for your dedication and patriotism."
Thank You, Robby!