Raymond Kemp (Civilian)

Gender: Male
Hometown: Defreestville, New York
Military Status: Civilian
About Me:
I used my GI bill to get an AS degree in Drafting/Design technology. As an Engineering Designer, I got into Computer Aided Design and Electro-Mechanical Engineering as a second career. I am living in Sanford, Florida currently. I have been working in Daytona since April, 1997. The commute is not the greatest but the pay is worth it. Job satisfaction is good and I will be retiring at 65 if the drivers on I-4 don't kill me first. I have five children and six grandchildren here and there. I still have my custom car crafting hobby of 48 years, I am a music collector, into computers big time, love to read and I enjoy my life.

Retired as a Data Processing Tech, 1st Class from USS Saipan (LHA-2). Served in ASW community in Keflavik, Iceland, then Tactical Support Center in Jax, Fl. Lead Instructor at the TSC School in Dam Neck, Va. Prior to all that, I was on the USS Yorktown (CVS-10) ships company and in Fitron 114 (VF-114) on USS Kitty Hawk for my Viet Nam tour. Several shore stations between. Retired in October, 1979.

Raymond's Assignment History

Saipan (LHA 2)
Unit: OD Division
1977 1979
Dam Neck Training Center
Unit: TSC Data Processing Supervisor
1974 1977
Unit: Tactical Support Center
1970 1974
1969 1970
Keflavik NAS (ex: Keflavik AB)
1968 1969
Naval Training Center, San Diego
Unit: Data Processing School
1968 1969
Unit: Aircraft Material Office (AMO)
1966 1968
Naval Supply Center, Oakland
Unit: Aircraft Material Office (AMO)
1965 1966
Kitty Hawk (CV 63)
Unit: VF-114
1963 1965
Yorktown (CVS 10)
Unit: S-6/S-1 Divisions
1961 1963

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