Please email us any additional information
you have about a photo you see posted here. When you do write us, please
include the thumbnail or the photo's file name or URL. It is easy for us to get confused as to what
information belongs with which photo.
You can email us the actual thumbnail
very easily. Just right-click on the thumbnail and copy it to your
clipboard, then open a new email message in your mailer and past the
thumbnail into it. Type your information about the thumbnail and
send it to WebTeam@DD950.org.
Please send only one thumbnail per email message.
You can also display the photos file name by holding your mouse curser over the
thumbnail of the photo.
(Example of a file name: Danburns72.jpg).
You may also find the file name in the URL for
the photo. While displaying the full size photo in your browser,
cut and paste the URL displayed in the address window of your browser into your email
message. (Netscape labels this window the Location window.)
Example of a URL:
The last section of the URL is the file name. In
the example above: Danburns72.jpg. But you can just send us the
complete URL. Then we know we are looking at the same photo for sure.
Please try to be very specific as to who is in the photo,
such as: "In photo file: march1974.jpg, I do not know who the first person on the
left is. However, the second person from the left is John Doe, MM1. The Third
person from the left is Bob Doe, MMFN. The photo is taken in the aft boiler room in
March of 1974."
The email address for sending additional info about
photos is WebTeam@DD950.org.
Here is a simple form you can cut and paste into your
email message to help get all the information here you have:
Photo file name or URL: (Example: Danburns72.jpg
or the URL http://DD950.tripod.com/dd950/images/71_76/Danburns72.jpg)
(Or copy and paste the thumbnail.)
Year photo taken: ______________
From left to right, these people are: _________________
From top to bottom these people are:
Additional information: (Where these people are now.
He still owes me five dollars. Call home before your mom puts your picture on
milk cartons, etc.)