Hawthorne Tamaskan


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Hawthorne Tamaskan

About Me

Born in Nebraska

Raised in Nebraska

Left Nebraska for the Navy

Stationed in Florida,

Far From Nebraska :D


"Home is where the heart is."


I'm an Operations Specialist 2nd Class stationed aboard the Guided Missile Destroyer
USS Roosevelt DDG-80 out of Mayport, Florida.




USS Silencer II                KM  Class VIIC SS

USS Little Dude              KM PM Bayern Class Light Cruiser

USS WintersDawn         US Brooklyn CL

USS Lil'Dragon               US Texas CL

USS Aegis One               US Brooklyn CL



USS Dragon Layr        KM Type II Sub                 -Sold for credits

USS McKean               KM Z99 DD                       -Sold for credits

USS Albion                  KM Class M CL                -Sold for credits

USS Alywin                 Nuet DD M2                       -Sold for credits

USS Dragoness        KM Koeinsburg CL          -Sold for credits

USS Vigilient              US DDX Project                -Sold for credits

USS Keel Buster       KM Type II Sub  7/2/09     -Sold for credits

USS Silencer I           KM Type VIIA Sub  7/3/09 -Scrapped and melted into what

                                     the Silencer II is today



The USS Alywin is named in honor of my grandfather whom served aboard DD-355 during WW2.  He however avoided the subject about what happend at Pearl but did tell us about them killing a Jap sub.


The USS McKean is my heritage name and is in honor of....

William Wister McKean (19 September 1800 - 22 April 1865) was an admiral in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. He was noted for his service in the Union blockade that effectively closed Confederate seaports in the Gulf of Mexico. Born in Pennsylvania, McKean was the grandson of Thomas McKean, the governor of that state. McKean was appointed midshipman 30 November 1814. He served in the Navy from the War of 1812 to the Civil War, when he rose to the rank of flag officer in command of the Gulf Blockading Squadron and later the East Gulf Blockading Squadron. McKean was relieved from active duty 4 June 1862.


Rest in Peace DD-784 and DD-355.  Both were canned for parts and scrapped for metal was their fate, an ill way for a ship to die in my opinion.

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