YEP, United States Navy (Submarine Force to be specific.)
Yes I would greatly appreciate contact information in the UK. Right after posting to you I got to thinking just what you said. I'll bet the place was name Gulledge first, then some family adopted that as their name as the English were likely to do then. Which means, unlike many of my Gulledge researching associates had believed (me included) the family never lived in Golledge Manor, but were from that area. This explains a lot when trying to figure out the mystery of how a well to do Golledge family would become endentured servants. They were likely not well to do at all but instead maybe even peasent class, A group more likely to adopt the name of their origin and not have the means to get out of financial / legal trouble with the constable and end up endentured. This also may explain the numerous spelling variations in families coming from that area, but not related, ie Gulledge, Gullage, Golledge, Gollidge etc. Lots of people taking on the name John of Golledge, then dropping the "of" and not all of them knowing one spelling.
Hope to hear from you soon. I will look forward to being able to communicate with someone closer to the work.