US Navy Crew List

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Byrd, TerryNaval Station RotaBM3PORT SERVICESJan 1, 1984 – Jan 1, 1986Hello , looking for old friends that were station with me at good old naval station Spain. If anyone remembers feel free To contact me at ... GOD bless and I look forward in hearing from you . Terry B
Byrd, TheodoreUSS Glover (FF 1098)radiomenradiomen1978 – 1979Anyone that remembers are port visit to mumbasa kenya
Byrd, TomUSS Sabine (AO 25)E4Deck division1967 – 1968Cell phone 985-264-1551
Byrd, VictorUSS Randolph (CV 15)AC-2CATCC (Carrier Air Traffic Control Center)1966 – 1968
Byrd, WadeUSS Moosbrugger (DD 980)EN3E/A ( A-GANG )Jun 1982 – Aug 1985Most memorable and regretteble time of my life. THE MOOSE IS LOOSE i'll never forget it, or the shipmate's that I came to bond with. "Snipes Castle", I'll allways love you. You were a wonderful bunch!!!
Byrd, WilliamUSS Claude V. Ricketts (DDG 5)OS2OIAug 1, 1983 – Dec 15, 1986Seems like another lifetime. I miss the friendships.
Byrd, WilliamUSS Underwood (FFG 36)OS21988 – 1990
Byrd (Fkna: Horton), TamaraUSS Yosemite (AD 19)DS2S6Sep 12, 1985 – Dec 29, 1990
Byrd II, James F.USS Gonzalez (DDG 66)MAC(SW)X2Apr 10, 1999 – May 22, 2002It was an great time to be on the ship. I have a lot of great memories about the time I spent on the ship before transferring to San Antonio to be an instructor for the MA A-School.
Byrd III, JamesUSS Cardinal (MHC 60)PS2Deck/Ships Admin Office/NavigationJan 9, 1998 – Dec 2, 2002Boy did I miss clowning on the messdecks with Hinton, McClinton, Thate, Patterson, Avery, and every one else, I can truly say, All I did on this ship was laugh, So many memories and Stories, I will always remember you guys, thanks!
Byrd, Jr., BillyUSS New Orleans (LPH 11)ASM3 (AC)ground supportJul 29, 1969 – Nov 5, 1970Prior to ship assignment, served as air crewman on C54 and C117 type aircraft flying out of Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida.
Byrer, JimUSS Gunston Hall (LSD 44)EN1 (sw)Engineering M Div.1988 – 1993Hello to all my fellow plankowners. We need to organize a reunion. Who's willing?
Byrn, DouglasUSS Mobile Bay (CG 53)ET2(SW)CE1992 – 1994
Byrn, JamesUSS Normandy (CG 60)HT3Mar 25, 2000 – Oct 16, 2003Great ship had lots of fun and caused some trouble but I wouldn't trade this experience for the world. I made a lot of friends on board the ship. Would like to thank all of you for the memories I have from CG-60.
Byrn, MichaelUSS Moosbrugger (DD 980)ETSNFirstAug 1983 – Mar 1985We were pretty good, weren't we?
Byrn, ScottUSS John Young (DD 973)HT2Jan 3, 1995 – Sep 22, 2000The best division on the ship
Byrn, ScottUSS John Young (DD 973)HT 2RJan 3, 1997 – Sep 12, 2000Best division on the ship. Lots of great times.....
Byrne, BillUSS Cutlass (SS 478)FN (SS)electApr 7, 1964 – 1966This is the boat I qualified on. Had a great time. Would love to do it all over again.
Byrne, Bruce (Bernnie)USS Puget Sound (AD 38)EM3EAug 1974 – Jun 13, 1978Worked in the Electric Shop,Ships company. Loved it when crazy Charlie had golden arches painted on the mess deck walls to help boost moral.
Byrne, CharlesUSS Barbour County (LST 1195)GMG2 - GMG13rdJan 1972 – Jun 1974Great Ship - Good Crew. You Call-We Haul.
Byrne, ChrisUSS Thomas Jefferson (SSBN 618)MM1(SS)M-Div / ELTMar 1972 – Feb 1977
Byrne, CorriUSS Hector (AR 7)Photographers Mate, PH2RepairApr 10, 1983 – Apr 10, 1986Looking to get re-aquatinted with my Hector friends. Im on Facebook too... Hung with lots of crew. Photographed most of you. Really a close bunch. Did not have the same experience in VP-1 in HI. Got out of Navy in 91 honorably -
Byrne, DaveUSS Truxtun (CGN 35)EM2E-NUKEDec 25, 1968 – Oct 10, 1970Underway on Nuclear Power!!
Byrne, DaveUSS Sperry (AS 12)EM3EDec 20, 1966 – Oct 12, 1967Temp duty waiting for Nuke school. I was in the engineroom when we ran aground in the Columbia river following the Rose festival in Portland, Or.
Byrne, DougUSS Frank Cable (AS 40)EN3repair office1979 – 1980hit cable before gitmo. a gang/38 shop and finished in the office that wrote up the work procedures for all repairs. see some name i recognisize-sjoberg, healy. terry drake, pokraka...brings back memeories
Byrne, DougUSS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16)fnspecial services1978 – 1979my first duty station. started in a gang and then worked in the rec center in palau...THE BEST DUTY!!! off every other day. lived in la madd and i miss it till this day. living in a "foreign" country really opened my eyes beautiful place
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

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