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Byrne, DougUSS Wisconsin (BB 64)mm3m1989 – Jul 1991engine room #2 anyone out there?
Byrne, George ByrneUSS Albany (SSN 753)STS3sonarApr 5, 1990 – Jun 26, 1992I can tell you for a fact that every shower on this boat works fine!!!!
Byrne, Gerald (Jerry)USS Hector (AR 7)MS3S-2Sep 1977 – Jun 29, 1979The first is always most memorable! I loved my tour.
Byrne, Gerald (Jerry)USS L. Mendel Rivers (SSN 686)S-21988 – 1993Sure was fun! Retired in VA
Byrne, Gerald (Jerry)USS Enterprise (CVN 65)MS3S-2 & CMAANov 1, 1982 – 1985Learned a lot on this ship and made some good friends too.
Byrne, Gerald (Jerry)USS Minneapolis-St. Paul (SSN 708)MSCS-21996 – 1998My least favorite command in 22 + years of service. Forced my decision for retirement.
Byrne, GregUSS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60)MSCMS-2Dec 15, 1994 – Jan 15, 1999Always Haze Gray and Underway. Thanks Hammer..........
Byrne, HarryUSS Tulagi (CVE 72)LT.,J.G.Composite Squadron 92Dec 1944 – Jul 1945TBM pilot
Byrne, HughUSS Constellation (CV 64)IC2E-DIV/IC GANGApr 1978 – Oct 1981 Good times / Bad times. Met alot of good people. Frank Inscore you still alive. I thought those P.I. women would do you in. To marine Patrick Blanton the sailor that died was HT Kenny Isom. He was a good man.
Byrne, James profile iconUSS Canopus (AS 34)HT3R1Jan 3, 1976 – Sep 11, 1978Came aboard in Charleston Naval shipyard, did the REFTRA cruise to gitmo and liberty in Ft. Luaderdale, then the trans Atlantic to Rota. Shop 11A R1 Div. shipfitter shop. Great times, good people.
Byrne, JimUSS Nathan Hale (SSBN 623)MM1/SSMachinery1981 – 1983Many great memories. Moving back to South Carolina very soon.
Byrne, KenUSS Sampson (DDG 10)EM2EngineeringJun 9, 1967 – Sep 5, 1969Great ship, I remember Billy Blackman, Butch Bucek, Terry Rotondo, Gil Uderitz, Mike Smith, Wilbur Jackson in the electric shop. I ran the movie and popcorn concession during the 1967 Med Cruise.
Byrne, MikeUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) E5 ETN 2ElectronicsJul 10, 1968 – Apr 3, 1972Originally reported to the pre-commissioning unit, participated in the shakedown cruise and the first three Med cruises. Worked on the main HF transmitters, SINS, meteorology equipment and maintained the WJFK radio and TV equipment
Byrne, MikeUSS Sagacity (MSO 469)SNSep 1, 1959 – Sep 1, 1961Joined the ship after two years reserves while in H.S. Worked in the Storekeeper office. I recently stopped by Ensign Nelligan's home in Lynchburg,VA. He looked great, just 47 yrs older of course. Enjoyed every moment aboard ship.
Byrne, MikeUSS Piedmont (AD 17)FN TO BT3 TO FN2 yrs Enginering 2 yrs repair Nov 1966 – Apr 1970Probably the 4 most memorable yrs of my life. Made the best friends I ever had. Oh, what crazy times we had on 3 WestPacs and those glorious summers at Mission beach in San Diego.
Byrne, NealUSS George Washington Carver (SSBN 656)SSBN 656Jun 1967 – Sep 1970
Byrne, PatUSS Leyte Gulf (CG 55)FC2Weapons1986 – Feb 1988Plankowner - "I can't Drive - 55" I remember the 'Hi Ho' song!!
Byrne, Patrick USS James E. Kyes (DD 787)OS3/2OI DivisionJun 1971 – 1973
Byrne, RichardUSS Neosho (AO 143)SNDeck handSep 1959 – Jul 1961Not sure of division, was quartered on portside. Found out why the navy had clean looking ships. A certain BM2 made my life a living hell, until his transfer. Tough start for a 17yr old
Byrne, Richard (Dick)USS Taconic (AGC 17)SN coxswain LCVP #21st DeckApr 1957 – Nov 1959I was in the 1st Div. and was coxswain on LCVP #2 . I was with her when she landed troops in Beirut. I left her in Nov. 1959 in Barcelona before she went through the Suez. I rode an MSTS to Brooklyn for discharge.
Byrne, RobUSS Nassau (LHA 4)MM3A-GANGDec 22, 1990 – Dec 15, 1995Being on board the Nassau, was a blast had good time and met lots of cool people.
Byrne, ShawnUSS La Jolla (SSN 701)RM1(ss)RadioApr 1, 1992 – Jul 31, 1997Great crew. Great division. Shit work. See a lot of familiar names here. For quite a while we really kicked ass as a crew. Then the earthquake and the torp retreiver. Didn't stay for the fishing boat but heard about it.
Byrne, Shawn (Scooter)USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)ET3OEJun 1992 – Aug 1995
Byrne, StephenUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)As3Im4Jul 1, 1994 – Jul 13, 1997Hope all of the crew from im4 are well and all the old crew in general. Nice to have served with you all.
Byrne, Steve (Burnbag)USS Robison (DDG 12)EW3OperationsNov 1978 – Dec 1979Westpac/IO '79 The Triumvirate - Me, EW2 Jeffrey Koller, and EW3 Charles Colbert
Byrne, ThomasUSS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7)E-3FirstSep 1, 1967 – Dec 15, 1968
Byrne, ThomasUSS Capodanno (FF 1093)CSC PLANK ONWERSupply S2Sep 1973 – Sep 1974Great Crew
Byrne, ThomasUSS Roosevelt (DDG 80)FC1CM and CGJun 5, 2008 – Apr 10, 2013I miss all of you!
Byrne, Thomas "Irish"USS Hue City (CG 66)FC2(SW)CFFeb 11, 2000 – Nov 1, 2003Hey all, doing well. Drop a line.
Byrne, TimothyUSS Knox (FF 1052)LTJGGAMO & 1ST LTDec 1981 – May 1985
Byrne, TimothyUSS Knox (DE 1052)Cdr retiredSecond and FirstDec 26, 1981 – May 5, 1985
Byrne, TimothyUSS Blue Ridge (AGC 2)Cdr retiredNavigatorJun 25, 1985 – Dec 25, 1986
Byrne, William AndyUSS Vulcan (AR 5)fn molderrepair2Dec 5, 1979 – Jan 10, 1982it was some good times and then you remember how good it was hi mr young and mr lindsay i miss you all
Byrne, WormUSS Decker (DE 47)seamanfrist divisionFeb 27, 1973 – Feb 20, 1977you and i hang out together and went to town . my phone #951 6520472
Byrne, Jr., JackUSS Patterson (FF 1061)CAPTAIN (0-6)Commanding OfficerOct 1971 – Aug 1973A "6 week job" to install an experimental CP prop took nearly 2 years before we were free of the Navy yard. Always appreciated how well the crew responded to problems the situation caused. The experiment did prove worthwhile for future ships.
Byrnes, Ann Marie (Peanuts)Recruit Training Command OrlandoSRReg 2 Batt 7 and 9Jul 12, 1974 – Sep 20, 1974Company 3126 (Guideon first 5 weeks - Batt 9) Company 3129 (last 5 weeks - Batt 7) Founder:
Byrnes, BobUSS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA 42)PH3OPDec 28, 1974 – Sep 12, 1976Med cruise '75, photog, have the cruise book- still won't give PAO the credit! Yo to Mr. D, Keith, Hike, Bob, Tony, Sid, Ted, Ski, Deiter, Torbert, Kelly ("It don't mean nothin'") And Maldonado (who's not Italian!)
Byrnes, EdUSS Savannah (AOR 4)DC1 (SW)RepairNov 1988 – Jun 1993Best time of my life!!
Byrnes, JackUSS Paul Revere (LPA 248)FT3Gunnery1958 – 1960
Byrnes, JoshuaUSS Black Hawk (MHC 58)YN2(SW)AdminSep 2000 – Jul 2003Only Yeoman onboard after my LPO was discharged for drugs, I learned a lot under fire while making friends that will last a lifetime.

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