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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Cobb, MareePatrol Squadron 11 (VP 11)YNSN E3Patrol Squadron 90 (VP90)Jul 1981 – Oct 1982You went from SK school in Meridian, MS and then to a Missile Cruiser ship out of Norfolk, VA. You wrote me a letter while aboard. I remember your first name is Steve.
Chesvick, EdwardUSS Independence (CV 62)YNSN to LN2R Division/Legal OfficeAug 6, 1976 – Jun 10, 1979Log Room Yeoman and bridge watch during 1977 Med cruise. Transferred to the Legal Office after the cruise and attended Legal Clerk/Court Reporting course in Newport R.I. 2/78 to 4/78 and returned to the Legal Office.
Cook, FredUSS Los Angeles (SSN 688)YNSN(SS)YeomanNov 13, 2007 –Will be on board till Decom
Crigger, DanUSS Ulysses S. Grant (SSBN 631)YNSN(SS)Administration1981 – 1982I did 2 patrols on GRANT and 3 on HAMILTON. Retired from the Navy Reserve as a BM1(SS)
Cooney, GerryUSS Hull (DD 945)YNSN/YN3Ships OfficeAug 10, 1962 – Jun 23, 1963Cdr. Feely w/R.R.Hensen as exec. Remember Willie Solis, PN and the Gillespie brothers. Ariz State,career in television & film,one of the little people..sorry couldn't make reunion. Now Newport,OR living on nautical B&B.
Copeland, LorenzoUSS Seattle (AOE 3)YNSN3Administration DivionJul 1, 1981 – Mar 27, 1984Criminal Justice Major now, and that explosion on after steering blew me away. Got my self together with the help of a team/sailor mate after being blown unconscious. I felt better until, later, but sometimes o.k.
Cartagena, DavidUSS Hue City (CG 66)YNSRAdminNov 11, 2000 – Apr 11, 2004Though I know there were tough times gone I learned alot from this crew, never regret a day of my life with you guys..........fair winds and following seas.
Chanez, RobNAVCOMMSTA Harold E. Holt, Exmouth, AustraliaYNSR - YN3AdminDec 10, 1982 – Mar 5, 1985Great place to be...hoping to head back for a visit soon.
Champagne, MarlinUSS Caron (DD 970)YNSR-YN2NAV/ADMINDec 1986 – Jun 1990My very first ship - many...many great fond memories with the "CAN DO" Caron aka Cadillac of the Fleet. Reading the past crew memories brought back some fond memories. I'm now an LNC
Clay, FrankDragonslayers (HS 11)YNSR-YN3squadronAug 1979 – May 1982The most formidable years of my life. Met a lot of wonderful shipmates and made some lifelong friends. There have been many successful people that came from this command.
Clay, FrankUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)YNSR-YNSNHS-11Jan 1980 – Apr 1981My first duty station. Did my TAD time as a mess crank and then worked in HS-11 Admin Office. Nothing but wonderful memories of my time aboard the show carrier. What a time in Boston for the Tall Ships!
Cigich, Patrick M.USS Shangri-La (CV 38)YNT2CMay 4, 1944 – Apr 1946
Carty, JosephUSS Excel (MSO 439)ynt3minesweeperAug 1954 – Aug 1956A member of the first crew to sail Excel Built in New Orleans and was in NO as the ship was fitted. Had approximately 2 months in NO. Great City and had the fortune to be there for Mardi-Gras.
Cassin, Jerrold (Jerry)USS Compass Island (AG 153)YOEMAN 3Engineering (CO-E)Jul 1962 – Jun 1964
Collins, JohnUSS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60)YOEMAN VIA THE DECK DIVISIONNAV/ADMINJul 29, 1995 – Jan 11, 1998I loved every minute of it. All 1,239,120 of them. Master Chief Lombardi, you were the best damn sailor I ever saw. Cheif Koons, I really did think JP5 powered the RAMFan 2000....Chuck Weatherbee, where have you gone? "Damn that's a lot of w
Cooke, StephenUSS Jacksonville (SSN 699)ZONE MANAGERPipeAug 18, 2005 – Dec 25, 2005Best 10 K flush ever
Crittenden, CrittUSS Camden (AOE 2)\'AOE 2\'Nov 10, 1989 – Feb 2, 1991Had a great time on board the Camden. Best time of my entire Navy career. I especially miss the Young brothers George and Rodney.

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