These photos came from Iryll Jones, USS ORLECK sailor (1980-82).
He discussed them this way.”You sent out pictures of specific areas with equipment identified with arrows on them. I tried to match the areas with the pictures and red arrows, so you can see the progress and what we pulled. Image 03 has component about to be pulled, image 1, 2, and 3 show items removed which matches to your pictures sent out.” Note: He is speaking of pictures that Rich Angelini took. Not sure if they are up on the site yet.
These are shots of some of the items loaded aboard the 16 foot truck used to transport the items to Lake Charles
Iryll Jones, USS ORLECK sailor (1980-82) shot these photos (click on photo to enlarge)
Dennis Cantwell kept records of items taken from USS BARRY. He did not have the 1149 for the following items:
1 equipment rack for the URC-9 radio gear ( which took about 5 hrs to get it from radio room to the pier).
2 porcelaen sinks.
1 stainless steel sink ( Iryll got this from the CO’s sea cabin)
1 mixing bowl
1 growler phone
He had copies of the 1149’s that listed the items taken:
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We took some pictures of the truck and last day stripping crew at Larry’s step or better known as “Larry’s Leap”.