As we observe the opening of summer, please take a few moments to reflect upon all the fallen heros, who did not have the privilege of future summers and life with a loving family. We have so much to cherish---FREEDOM.
Although, lately, some of those freedoms are under attack, America is still the best answer to the freedom question. For the families of the fallen heros, every day is Memorial Day. Cherish their sacrifice.
Jim Chryst and the Providence Association
Rare footage of Japanese Surrender
Providence returns on March 19, 2013
Job Well Done!
Admiral James L. Holloway III, USN (Ret) reminisces about the daring August 1972 raid into Haiphong Harbor by four U.S. Navy warships, including USS Providence.
submitted by Dan Davis
A Tribute to Bos'n Craft
Bos'n Craft who served aboard Providence for over 10 years was well liked and respected by all who served with him. Here are a few emails of remembrance of this great man from Kentucky. click here
This web site is dedicated to all the families, friends and the crew members present and past who served aboard the ships named Providence. It is a tribute to the devotion to duty and tireless efforts of those who served aboard her in peace and war. May we never forget the spirit of Providence and those who stand vigilant and strong, always ready to protect and defend our country.
Today our military is called to action again and I am proud of the men and women going in harms way to defend our country. God Bless America and Godspeed to our troops.
Website created January 21, 1999
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Sam Villa, (Webmaster)
Aboard Providence 1968-72