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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
O, Berry Marshall .USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20)SN1stFeb 1971 – 1973was my first ship in the navy-where i learned what i need to be a Bosn"smate-lol--now Bm1 retired-best wishes to all the crew-smooth sailing to you all!
O Quin, FrankoUSS Ortolan (ASR 22)RM1OCApr 1981 – Jun 1983This was the best sea duty. I also served on the USS Pigeon in 88- 89 and and by far the crew of the USS Ortolan was the best. RMC Porter was my Chief and he knew how to run a Radio Shack. Chief and Rm2 Stevens if you can contact me.
O'Bannon, Neal "ob"USS Cook (FF 1083)FTM-4WeaponsFeb 1974 – Mar 1976
O'bayley, Thomas "beetle"USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70)OS2OIJan 1988 – Jul 1991I will always look back to my days on the Chuckie-V and smile! They were the best days of my life. I miss the guys from OI division!
O'berry, SteveUSS Kinkaid (DD 965)SMSNMar 1983 – Jan 1985Ahh, my first ship. You never forget your first ship. She was neat and clean, and had a fine trim. And what a joy to ride! I'll miss her till the end of my days even though I shared her with those heroic characters, Rocky and Rambo.
O'berry, SteveUSS Germantown (LSD 42)SM2Jul 1985 – Nov 1986Ahh, my second ship. At the time (an E-5) I felt that I was the most overpaid Seaman in the Navy. Precom in Seattle was rough. Taking the bus to the ship in the morning in the dark. Getting off work in the evening in the dark.
O'berry, SteveUSS Kansas City (AOR 3)SM2Nov 1986 – Mar 1989Ahh, my third ship. Lots of gainful employment on Westpac (270 unreps/285 vertreps, underway for 110 days straight). I met my future wife while on liberty in Sydney, Australia.
O'berry, SteveUSS Champion (MCM 4)SM1Jan 1993 – Jan 1995Ahh, my fourth ship. Learned my first Budreaux and Thibodoux jokes. Divorced that adulterous Australian wife. Thanks for getting me out of jail! I still owe you guys.
O'Brady, Scott (Shady)USS Knox (FF 1052)OS3OIFeb 1982 – Dec 1984
O'brian, DaveUSS Pyro (AE 24)OS2OPSSep 1977 – Feb 1981I can't believe I found our cruise book on the web. I was in charge of taking all of the photos for the book. If anyone would like to contact me, feel free.
O'Brian, RobertUSS Constellation (CVA 64)MM3P 2Jul 1966 – Oct 1968Served in 2MMR
O'Brien, BarryUSS Saratoga (CV 60)HM2 E-5MedicalAug 1985 – Dec 1987
O'Brien, Barry 'O.B.'USS Saratoga (CV 60)HM2H - MedicalAug 25, 1985 – Mar 24, 1988Served as Surgical Tech/Supply and Admin - 'H' Dept - Medical - Awarded Blue M for readiness - training and competence - the BEST Medical Department in the fleet! ERT #1 Team Leader! We need to get back out there - Back in the Old Days,
O'Brien, Barry "Ob"USS John S. McCain (DDG 36)Mar 1969 – Feb 1971Was a MM2 and MM1 then. Made MMCM and went LDO - retired in 1985. Now retired in NC bandaobrien@cox.net Looking to find Joe Churchill
O'Brien, Barry "Ob"USS Decatur (DDG 31)MM1M1974 – 1975Ended up staying in the Navy - made MMCM and then went LDO and retired in 1985. Trying to find Dirty D (RA) Davis BTCM
O'Brien, BrianUSS George Bancroft (SSBN 643)MM2MJan 1972 – Dec 1976
O'Brien, ChrisUSS Yorktown (CG 48)GMG3COSep 1989 – Jun 1992
O'Brien, DavidUSS Tecumseh (SSBN 628)MM1(SS)Feb 1979 – Oct 1982I have always been proud that I served in the US Navy in the submarine service. I wore my dolphins with pride! The memories will always stay with me.
O'Brien, DavidUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)E-4/IC3Aft ICMar 1991 – Jul 9, 1994Mike, and Jay, would be great to hear from you guys. Been a long time.
O'Brien, David "Ob"USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22)SEAMAN1st.Dec 1975 – Aug 1976
O'Brien, DennisUSS Shreveport (LPD 12)SK2SupplyNov 1973 – Jul 7, 1977On board during "THE WAVE" Remember alot of good times. With great people. Where is every one from the Supply Division from those days?
O'Brien, DennisUSS Shreveport (LPD 12)SK2S-1Nov 1, 1973 – Jul 7, 1977
O'Brien, Dennis O'BrienUSS Comte De Grasse (DD 974)OS3OIFeb 9, 1981 – Jul 29, 1984Fighting through those damned "darken ship" curtains on my way out to get sick that one unforgettable stormy night! Yes, i'm the one who tore them!!
O'Brien, GaryUSS Sacramento (AOE 1)RM1(SS)OCDec 14, 1988 – Dec 1990
O'Brien, GaryUSS New York City (SSN 696)RM1(SS)Operations Radio Gang1980 – 1982
O'Brien, GaryUSS Barbel (SS 580)RM2(SS)Radio1977 – 1978
O'brien, George Edward GokayUSS Bismarck Sea (CVE 95)GUNNERS MATE 2/CMay 20, 1944 – Feb 21, 1945This is for my Father who passed away. My middle name 'Francis' was for a close friend of his on the Bismark Sea who died when the ship was sunk. I wish now that I could remember the man's full name.
O'Brien, Gerard F O'BrienUSS Portland (LSD 37)E-3AFeb 6, 1973 – Nov 8, 1974When I reported aboard It was only two years and three months from the date of Her Commission. Would like to hear from shipmates who served with me. Also seeking a personal friend and shipmate Gary D winn from Florida. I Enjoyed my time aboard her
O'brien, HaroldUSS Pecatonica (AOG 57)LTJG1954 – 1955
O'Brien, HarryUSS Baltimore (CA 68)FTSMfoxDec 6, 1952 – Sep 20, 1954
O'Brien, JackUSS Jack Williams (FFG 24)BOATSWAINSMATE E-4Ship ControlOct 1982 – Oct 1985I will never forget the good times with Greg Goeff, James Beck, The Moose Germer, and the Rat Swartz, James Truesdale, Senior Chief Danforth.
O'brien, JamesUSNS Rainier (T-AOE 7)E2DeckSep 1994 – Jun 1996Navy wan't all I thought it would be, but I do look back and am glad for all the people I met and places I saw. Can't believe how much time I spent cleaning! Plank Owner, CAT member, winner of like 25 golden brooms, & Rainier Cadre me
O'Brien, JeffreyUSS Independence (CV 62)ABFANV-4Feb 1997 – 1998
O'Brien, JimUSS Savo Island (CVE 78)SFC1943 –I am entering this information on behalf of my father. He passed away in 11/10/78 and never would speak much about his "war years". We know very little of his service and would appreciate any memories that you might be able to share wih u
O'brien, JjUSS Proteus (AS 19)SHS3Sep 1963 – Dec 1965
O'Brien, JohnUSS Proteus (AS 19)SHS3S3Aug 1, 1963 – Dec 22, 1965
O'Brien, JohnUSS Richard S. Edwards (DD 950)HT 3RApr 1980 – 1982
O'Brien, JohnUSS Belleau Wood (LHA 3)ENSIGNDECKApr 17, 2004 – Oct 28, 2005SHE WAS A TERRIFIC SHIP AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE LAST IN THE CLASS TO DECOM....
O'Brien, JohnUSS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)BM1DECK / 2NDJun 1, 2000 – Mar 4, 2004Plankowner. Best command ever. Thanks to CAPT Nawrocki, CAPT Snedeker, CDR Hayhurst, CDR Straughsbaugh, LT Tarwater, CWO3 PELON + the kick ass sailors tht ran the finest well deck on the waterfront thru the most rigorous 8 month deployment on record
O'Brien, John "O.b."USS James Madison (SSBN 627)MS3/SSSupplyApr 1981 – Oct 1983Does anyone remember all the cinnamon rolls I burnt every morning? Hey Mr. Gross, you better get ahold of me if you see this. Best time of my life!

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