This site is for the crew of the USCGC Taney
This page last updated on 19 Feb 2011
THIS SITE WAS ORIGINALLY STARTED AND MAINTAINED BY VERN TOLER, FORMER TANEY CREW.
VERN “CROSSED THE BAR” MAY 6, 2003
(SEE INFORMATION UNDER “8 BELLS”)
FEEL FREE TO CONTACT WEBMASTER (LISTED BELOW) TO ADVISE OF REQUIRED CORRECTIONS
Photo by Vern Toler at
TANEY MARU SHIPMATES
The standard watch on board ship was 4 hours.
Beginning at midnight the ship's bell was tolled each half hour up to eight bells,
then the process repeated. s\vern toler
ON THE CHAPTER BELOW THAT YOU WISH TO SEE; THE CHAPTER'S ARE CALLED
Pictures: with 4 sub-sections (PARTIALLY COMPLETE)
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Please feel free to copy any information on this web site and use, keeping in mind the respect for the ship and former crew.
PLEASE SEND ANY INFORMATION ON TANEY SHIPMATES, LIVING OR DECEASED, TO Garret Conklin
“Recalling the 40’s aboard the Taney, Warren Hartman, (Posted on “Jack’s Joint)
PLEASE CONTACT WEB MASTER TO SUBMIT ANY MISSING INFORMATION, CORRECTIONS, OR ADDITIONAL CONTENT.
site is not affiliated in any way with the U.S. Coast Guard, the Baltimore
Maritime Museum, nor any other organization.