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White, Charles, PO2 Electrician's Mate
 
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Current Service Status
USN Reserve Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Current/Last Service Branch
Repair Technician
Current/Last Primary Designator/NEC
EM-4615-Electrical Motor Rewinder
Current/Last Rating/NEC Group
Electrician's Mate
Current/Last Duty Station
1982-1982, EM-0000, Service/Support Schools
Previously Held Designator/NEC
FN-0000-Fireman
EM-0000-Electrician's Mate
Service Years
1984 - 1986
Unofficial US Navy Certificates
Cold War
Great Lakes
EM-Electrician's Mate
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Order of the Shellback US Navy Honorable Discharge Cold War Medal


 Military Association Memberships
Post 170
  2011, American Legion, Post 170 (Member) (Seattle , Washington) - Chap. Page


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I just got in touch with the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, as I think I've discovered the way to actually eliminate the virus using my approach and it will only take one treatment lsting less than four hours. I am in the process of applying for a patent on this and plan on taking on cancer and a few other things for starters. A lot of people can't understand my thought process especialy when I talk sbout the free electrons in the outer ring of an atom and a lot of other things also. Such is life, Randy
   
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 I'd like to add a tribute to Pvt Columbus Price Burnett who served in the Con federate States Army 30th Texas Calvary, Company "G". He is a distant relative of mine who was born Aug. 31, 1843 and died Apr. 4, 1911. He is buried in Edna Hill Cemetary Erath conty Texas. His wife was "Sllie" Frances (White) Burnett who was born on Nov. 2, 1872 in Dublin Texas. They had one daughter Ann Burnett Porterfield who was born in 1881 and died in 1964 two two years before my father, she is buried in the Barbee Cemetary, as are many other of my relatives. I've requested a picture from other family members and hope to post it soon, Randy 

 I have decided to legally adopt my nephew and two stepchildren, as my nephew told me last night he wishes I'd been his father as he never had one. My stepdaughter and I have talked about it for years and her real father has never contacted her in the last 27 years. He pretty much divorced her when my wife divorced him for cheating on her. She want's me to adopt her even though she is an adult. I went ahead and gave my nephew my fathers high school ring the other day, as he is one of the few remaining members of my family. Wish me luck. Randy

 

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Many people may not know about his time in the U.S. Army.

 

He is the son of an Air Force General and an accomplished Golden Gloves boxer.  He graduated from Pomona College with a B.S. degree and then became a Rhodes Scholar from Oxford University.

 


He joined the U.S. Army at the prompting of his father.  After

 


He was about to be promoted to the rank of Major and

 

appointed to teach at West Point when he resigned his

 

commission from the Army to go into music and acting. You can tell in this video that his time in the military means a lot to him.

Click here to be pleasantly surprised.

 

 

graduating from Officer Candidate School he attended and graduated from both Army Airborne and Ranger training in the top of each class. He was selected for U. S. Army Special Forces Training but refused so that he could attend pilot training where he earned his wings and became an accomplished U.S. Army helicopter (gun ship) pilot, achieving the rank of Captain.


Albert J. Kolar who enlisted at 18 and served in Germany.

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I am Anthony Scott Brown. My uncle Charles R. White has come up withe a new way of defeating the aids virus using no chemicals or drugs. He is researching the cause of cancer starting at the atomic level and the free electrons in the outer ring of the atom. He was electrocuted, but is over it and still working on many things. The radiation used to kill the cancer cells in his mother in laws body also destroyed a great deal of lymph nodes. He is looking at using stem cells to rebuild her immune system and many other things. He has been given the authority to serve as an attourney on many things also and works on solving these issues while he is talking with the Judge, hospitals, and many other people. He is also a programmer for many types of processors. He refuses to admit the effects the electrocution, PTSD, 2nd and 3rd degree burns have had on him and just keeps on going. He has taken me in as when my mother died my stepfather threw me out not even letting me take my personal possetions. I was underage and had no money, home, or transportation. He is buying me an 18 wheeler truck in his own name so I can make a living. He is also taking out a loan to puchase a mobile home and has already run the electrical and water lines, so I can have a home of my own right behind him and is using money he really can't spare to do so. His dissability pays him a little over $1,200 a month and his pain medication and other drugs prescribed to him take a lot of that. He has a ruptured disk and stenosis of the spine but just ignores it and keeps working. He won't let them give him stronger drugs, as he is afraid they would keep him from working. He has had the doctors cut his medications in half, but doesn't take them as they don't ease his pain. Is there any money available to help him with his research? I now it's past the time limit to nominate him for a nobel peace prize, but I would like to nominate him for next year. He is truly a great man and is working on so many things at one time it's mind boggeling.
 
He is not a racist or homophobic and has had friends who died of cancer. He donates to many organazations like Saint Judes childrens hospital, USU, Tuskegee Airmens organzation, and many more. He might spend $10 on himself a month and only drives around twenty miles a month, as he is too busy to go anywhere. He is also a volunteer photographer and takes pictures for people in 23 cemeterys and gets no compensation for doing so. He joined the American legion Queen Anne post in Washington, as his friend who is gay is the treasurer and publishes the newsletter. He doesn't have the time to spare to read it though. Needless to say he is a very busy man. I try and make him eat, but he never gets hungry and he only eats because he has to which will allow him to keep on living. He is still not scared of electricity and repaired the central air system today and will install the electronic boards in his wifes washing machine as soon as they arrve. He already knew what the problem was and had the machine dissasembeled for the repairmen. He explained  the problem to the repairmen and then called sears and said he should be recognized for his expertese in finding the problem. He is a very modest person and has only replaced the belt he bought to attend his mothers funeral in 1997 last week, as the medication for the PTSD caused him to gain 60 lbs. He started eating 800 calories a day until his weight got back to what it normally is. His old belt tells the story and he would just punch another hole in it when he needed to. The hole pattern is over a foot long. He is very humble like the rest of his family and rarely leaves the house except to attend church or bible study. He is going back to work now despite his pain and will probably program machinery over the internet world wide. He has set up a processor and hand held programmer to teach the kids around him to program. And teaches them him using his woodworking experience which was self taught to teach them that also. His daughter has taken in a homeless girl who had no where to go and she is gay and wants to become an electrician. He gave her a complete tool set and will now teach her every thing he knows which will enable her to make over 60 k a year. He is also taking out a loan to buy her a mobile home to give her a home of her own. Can you help him achieve his goals in any way? please reply and let me know. He usually sleeps 3 or 4 hours a night and is not using his computer right now. It's 2: 54 A.M. but he's still working and will probably get up at 3:30 or four if he sleeps at all.  He goes days at a time without sleeping and tonight might be another one as his wife just got up. I'll close for now. Very Respectfully, Anthony Brown

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I am presenly adding to my connections of hiring consultants world wide. I will be posting every thing I can find on the board here. Good luck in your future endevors, Randy

I probably added 10,000,000 jobs to the board today and will try and do the same tommorrow.

Hi,
 
   I am Charles R. white. I thought I'd brighten your day a little and send you a copy of this. Like I state in the below your incompetence started in 2009. You managed to missplace two death certificates for my sister who died in 2004. I can't remember the theory, but it was concerning people continuing in their field until they reach their highest point of incompetence. You people finally reached that goal in 2009 when my brother was murdered and you transferred a third of his interest back into my sisters account even though she preceeded him in death by 5 years. Now you are telling my nephew who should have recieved this that he will only recieve around $800. My third has paid me $2,000 and I would advise you that when he recieves a check it had better be at least what I have recieved or I will most definately sue you. Please take my notice on this as of now. I have a degree in another field and also finished the radiology program with over 130 credit hours and a 4.0 GPA. Needless to say I am not incompetent and am more  than capable of going head to head with you any time you're ready. The district judge has granted me the authority to serve as an attourney and I will be more than happy to keep you on eternal hold and mental duress for a very long time, as you've done me over the last three years. In fact I'm looking forward to doing so if you do any less than I mentioned above. I have a very good set of records on my attempts to get you to perform your job in an efficent manner. From what I gather you teransferred my nephews interest into his deceased mothers owner number, lost all records of him being her only son, and now insist on giving 50% of this to her x-husband once again showing you've reached the above mentioned point. If any one of the three patents goes through which are pending now I will never have to work again or any other member of my family as well. I think if you continue in your way of doing things I will dedicate my life to giving you eternal hell. I am also a programmer. Have a wonderfull day and take a moment and reflect on your poor job performance, Charles R. White
 
p.s. Needless to say I will see to it that all interests my family holds with your company will be placed  elsewhere and you can forget about leasing our mineral rights in Jackson county as well. If you get a little depressed over all of this I have a help line number I can give you and you can reach me at 580-633-2424. I'm ready any time are you?http://www.vvnw.org/find_a_vet/find-a-vet.htm



 
 

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 Recruit Training - Trainee/Instructor
  1980, Recruit Training Command (NTC Orlando, FL), K074
 Duty Stations
Naval Training Center (NTC)/NTC OrlandoDelayed Entry Program (DEP)US NavyRecruit Training Center (RTC)/RTC Great Lakes
USS Belleau Wood (LHA-3)USS Samuel Gompers (AD-37)Formal Schools
  1980-1980, EM-0000, Naval Training Center (NTC)/NTC Orlando
  1980-1980, FN-0000, Delayed Entry Program (DEP)
  1980-1980, Shore Units/Recruit Training Center (RTC)
  1980-1980, EM-0000, Recruit Training Center (RTC)/RTC Great Lakes
  1980-1984, EM-4615, USS Belleau Wood (LHA-3)
  1982-1982, USS Samuel Gompers (AD-37)
  1982-1982, EM-0000, Service/Support Schools
 Combat and Operations History
  1981-1981 WESTPAC (By year)/WESTPAC 1981
  1983-1983 WESTPAC (By year)/WESTPAC 1983
 Military Association Memberships
Post 170
  2011, American Legion, Post 170 (Member) (Seattle , Washington) - Chap. Page


 Remembrance Profiles -  10 Sailors Remembered
  • Davis, Andew, ENS, 1944
  • Ingram, Ronnie
  • Watson, Stanley, Present
  • White, Charles Raymond Whit, PO2
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Reflections on PO2 White's US Navy Service
 
 Reflections On My Service
 
PLEASE DESCRIBE WHO OR WHAT INFLUENCED YOUR DECISION TO JOIN THE NAVY?
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - Please describe who or what influenced your decision to join the Navy?
My father was a Navy vet. I talked my room mate into joining. I joined as a family tradition and my stepson took my advice and joined also. We've only lost one cousin shot down in WW2. Pretty good as everyone in my family has served except one brother. I am presently trying to establish a very large group of hiring consultants and am posting every opening I find here at TWS.
WHETHER YOU WERE IN THE SERVICE FOR SEVERAL YEARS OR AS A CAREER, PLEASE DESCRIBE THE DIRECTION OR PATH YOU TOOK. WHAT WAS YOUR REASON FOR LEAVING?
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - Whether you were in the service for several years or as a career, please describe the direction or path you took. What was your reason for leaving?
I enlisted to become an electricians mate and attended BEE, EMA, Washer extractor maintenance and motor rewind schools. I qualified to be the electrician on watch in both engine rooms and served as the fire party electrician for three years. The training I got from the USN applied in the civilian world and I made it my career, Even getting a degree In industrial Maintenance Technology. I was senior electrician on one job and used what the navy taught me to teach the new un-experianced electricians the skills The Navy provided me with. It was a very good income from the first after the Navy.
IF YOU PARTICIPATED IN COMBAT, PEACEKEEPING OR HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS, PLEASE DESCRIBE THOSE WHICH WERE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TO YOU AND, IF LIFE-CHANGING, IN WHAT WAY.
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - If you participated in combat, peacekeeping or humanitarian operations, please describe those which were the most significant to you and, if life-changing, in what way.
I'm, not sure if it would would be called combat ops but we stayed along the coast when the Iranians had so many American hostages. We had over 1000 marines on board ready to embark with all of their equipment at a moments notice. We were ready to go, but the situation changed and we weren't needed.
OF ALL YOUR DUTY STATIONS OR ASSIGNMENTS, WHICH ONE DO YOU HAVE FONDEST MEMORIES OF AND WHY? WHICH ONE WAS YOUR LEAST FAVORITE?
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - Of all your duty stations or assignments, which one do you have fondest memories of and why? Which one was your least favorite?
The Belleau Wood of course, as it was a newer better equipped ship than most. It also had a lot of good learning experiences to let me apply my skills. And performed a variety of operations so the routine was never dull. I was able to learn how to operate three different types of generators as well as motor rewinding. I also got to experience life around aviation, Marine combat units etc. It was well worth the years I spent on her. I still can't help regretting not reenlisting for another four years on her.
FROM YOUR ENTIRE SERVICE, INCLUDING COMBAT, DESCRIBE THE PERSONAL MEMORIES WHICH HAVE IMPACTED YOU MOST?
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - From your entire service, including combat, describe the personal memories which have impacted you most?
The unfortunate loss of lives due to non combat situations. We had helos crash over the side, one member forgot to secure his self and fell out of a chopper in Hawaii. Needless to say he died instantly. We had people die in their sleep, drowning, etc. They went too young.
WHAT ACHIEVEMENT(S) ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF FROM YOUR MILITARY CAREER? IF YOU RECEIVED ANY MEDALS FOR VALOR OR OTHER SIGNIFICANT AWARDS, PLEASE DESCRIBE HOW THESE WERE EARNED.
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - What achievement(s) are you most proud of from your military career? If you received any medals for valor or other significant awards, please describe how these were earned.
No I only received the Expeditionary, Battle E, Humanitarian, Sea Service. nothing significant. I am trying to receive the medals, patches, ribbons, and certificates my DD214 and other documents show I was supposed to receive.
OF ALL THE MEDALS, AWARDS, QUALIFICATION BADGES OR DEVICES YOU RECEIVED, PLEASE DESCRIBE THE ONE(S) MOST MEANINGFUL TO YOU AND WHY?
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - Of all the medals, awards, qualification badges or devices you received, please describe the one(s) most meaningful to you and why?
The Expeditionary for the Iranian hostage crisis. Because we were performing the duty I joined to do. The hostages were American and we stand for freedom in any circumstance.
WHICH INDIVIDUAL(S) FROM YOUR TIME IN THE MILITARY STAND OUT AS HAVING THE MOST POSITIVE IMPACT ON YOU AND WHY?
Efren Lucena EM1, He was over the motor rewind shop and never got impatient if us newbies took a little more time to get something done. He was also very good at passing on the things he thought we should know. He let me learn motor rewind on the job when I was caught up on my other assigned tasks and in my free time as well. I had it down, and he still let me go to the school to document my skills.
CAN YOU RECOUNT A PARTICULAR INCIDENT FROM YOUR SERVICE WHICH MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE BEEN FUNNY AT THE TIME, BUT STILL MAKES YOU LAUGH?
PO2 Charles White (Randy) - Can you recount a particular incident from your service which may or may not have been funny at the time, but still makes you laugh?
Shellback initiation, or at least the second time around when I was holding a piece of hose instead of being on the receiving end. Its a really laughable ceremony in many ways. especially crawling through a mountain of garbage and having to kiss the fat man's belly! Another thing I still have to laugh abut now an then is when a senior second class poured 55 gallons of concentrated soap down a drain right before an Admiral's inspection even though I warned him not too. When the Admiral arrived there were four foot of soapsuds surrounding the ship thanks to the firepump recirc. system.
WHAT PROFESSION DID YOU FOLLOW AFTER YOUR MILITARY SERVICE AND WHAT ARE YOU DOING NOW? IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY SERVING, WHAT IS YOUR PRESENT OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY?
I stuck with the skills the Navy taught me and made a very good living. I am retired now due to a disability.I a'm back up to speed and should be back in the work force as an electrician and programmer. I am in the process of earning my bachelors in engineering or internet technology. I also finished the radiology program and have over 130 credit hours with a 4.0 GPA.
WHAT MILITARY ASSOCIATIONS ARE YOU A MEMBER OF, IF ANY? WHAT SPECIFIC BENEFITS DO YOU DERIVE FROM YOUR MEMBERSHIPS?
I joined the American legion To stay informed and involved. A former shipmate is the treasurer of the post, which is why I joined that particular post. He has gone out of his way to help me take all the proper steps. I was in the VFW, but didn't renew with the post as they weren't very active in the community where I lived at the time. It also informs me of benefits I am entitled too. I've used the home loan benefit and a state benefit in Texas paid 100% of my college tuition. I have also joined the USO and am adding the Tuskegee Airmans organization to my list of organizations I support and hold a very deep respect for yhese men. They were the most requested fighter escourt during the war and never lost a bomber they were flying cover for. I am a member of the USO, and am mailing in my membersip application to join and support the Tuskegee Airmen's Association.I have joined several organizatons that include the National Right to Work committee and I trie and post jobs to the board every day.
IN WHAT WAYS HAS SERVING IN THE MILITARY INFLUENCED THE WAY YOU HAVE APPROACHED YOUR LIFE AND YOUR CAREER?
It gave me the patience to take the time to get things right the first time and give 110% of what your capable of doing. It has applied to everything I've been involved with after my service ended. It also gave me a serious apprach at achieving my goals and I've defeated PTSD. I have taken the military bearing and am reseaching the aids virus, cancer, and rebuilding the immune system by activating stem cells to serve as lymph nodes. I think I have the theory and research to overcome the aids virus and am getting my idea pattened now. I'm not sure who it was that called, but one of the bigger Universities called yesterday and are very interested in what I'm doing in the way I'm researching these and other things. I wasn't here to take the call but think they will try to contact me again. Hopefully they will give me some backing and maybe help me in what I'm trying to accomplish. I'm not really sure how they got wind of me, but it might have something about me being nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
BASED ON YOUR OWN EXPERIENCES, WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY JOINED THE NAVY?
To help in updating the crew rosters so we can reconnect with lost buddies and encourage this generation to go Navy ,as it offers the best training that will enable you to start your career in civilian life. I am in the procecess of contacting and adding them on three sites TWS being the best. I posted a link today that will take you to a site that is for finding Vet's for Vet's it is down at the moment as the man operating is deployed at the present time. I may e-mail him and run that site while he is deployed.I'll let everyone know if I take it over or he returns. I figure he's probably got a very large data base in place and I hope to join him and add the millon members of this site to that also.
IN WHAT WAYS HAS TOGETHERWESERVED.COM HELPED YOU REMEMBER YOUR MILITARY SERVICE AND THE FRIENDS YOU SERVED WITH.
I've been working on several sites and recommend this one as one of the best. I've already had one former crew member look it over and join. I'm not sure about how many I have added on other sites followed my advice, but there are a lot of offered services here to inform, reconnect and advise the members on so many things. Just an all around easy to operate site. I've reconnected with eight others in three days!I've taken over the administrator position of my units page to allow me to achieve even more and have joined three face book groups for the Belleau Wood There to reach even more, so far I'm in contact with close to 1.000 there


I've managed to post several million job openings in the last couple of days and hope to do it every day.

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