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D, MikeNaval Amphibious Base CoronadoIS1AirJul 18, 1994 –
D Fred Christensen, FredFighting Falcons (VF 96)anOperationMar 1967 – Aug 1968worked in the Ready Room, Duty Driver, Operation Yeoman, Transfered to Parachute Riggers School
D'Accardo, CharlesUSS Pyro (AE 24)E-51963 –
D'acquisto, Vincent, GooseUSS La Salle (AGF 3)MM2P-12001 – 2004Lasalle was a trip. We dealt with political BS but still managed to have a good time when we weren't standing in front of the man.Alot of good memories but at the same time good riddance. Nice drinken with ya later
D'agostino, Nicholas (Dagnasty)USS Enterprise (CVN 65)ETN2RC14Feb 1, 2006 – Apr 1, 2008Dual Warfare, harassed every day for it. Tansfered to CVN 73, harassed till left. Nukes do it better, just because we ARE smarter, dumb airdales.
D'Agostino, SteveUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)MM2MOct 1979 – Sep 1982was onboard from Bath Iron Works in 79, thru 3 med cruises.
D'Agostino, TomUSS Wabash (AOR 5)E5/EM2RASESep 1986 – Sep 11, 1991I've continued in the forklift industry, servicing and selling. Recently transerred to Detroit, MI. to take over branch operations for Enersys
D'Albergo, AndyUSS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7)OS31987 – 1989It's hard to believe that almost 20 years ago I served in the Navy. I thought I would make it a career, but never did. After leaving Adak, AK, I finished college and now operate a nursing home. I am married with two children.
D'Alesandro, Erman L.USS Harry W. Hill (DD 986)GSEC(SW)EngineeringDec 29, 1979 – May 16, 1983Pre-Comm Crew was the best trained, most resourceful, partying crew in Naval History. Remember the BB&G?
D'Alesandro, Erman L.USS San Jacinto (CG 56)GSEC(SW)EngineeringNov 7, 1986 – Jun 18, 1991The spirit of Texas is in that ship. We had a great Pre-Comm crew, and can this baby toss missles when needed! 3960 +/- 40
D'Alessandro, HughUSS Sirago (SS 485)Oct 1970 –
D'Alessandro, HughUSS Finback (SSN 670)1971 –
D'aloisio, RaymondUSS Nicholson (DD 982)SK1Supply/S-1 Supply SupportJan 29, 1986 – Jun 1, 1989
D'aloisio, RaymondUSS Camden (AOE 2)SK1S1/S2/S8/S92000 – 2004
D'Amato, SalvatoreUSS Philadelphia (SSN 690)LTJGSUPPLYOct 2002 – May 2004
D'Ambra, MichaelUSS Leahy (CG 16)EW3owOct 1984 – Feb 1987Best ship, two westpacs and many ports of call. Would be great hear from any crew during that time.
D'Ambrosio, BUSS George Washington (CVN 73)0-3OPS/OCSep 2001 – Aug 2003
D'ambrosio, KennetghUSS La Salle (AGF 3)MM1Jan 8, 1995 – Mar 8, 1999The La Salle was a great ship, and took us to many cool ports. Lots of memories, and met lots of great friends. The pitt had some issues but it was all good in the end.
D'Ambrosio, LouisUSS Canberra (CAG 2)SHSNs3Sep 17, 1957 – Oct 22, 1960worked is the batber shop and made round the world cruise,med cruise.Still in touch with some of my shipmates was a great experance seving aboard.
D'Amico, BobUSS Ponce (LPD 15)OS2OIJul 1976 – May 20, 1980Homer,Gar spriggs, Stepp,jeff Ritche,Steven Elias Rich Othmer, slice of life in CIC. Have a cold one for me and I'll do the same.Roger out.
D'Amico, JamesUSS Maine (SSBN 741)MMCMachineryJul 22, 1998 – Nov 4, 2001
D'Amore, DrewUSS Thomas S. Gates (CG 51)IC3CSESep 1, 1994 – Dec 10, 1997ICs from the late 90s-Whats up? You guys were like brothers to me for a few years. To Corey Jones, Johnny Smith, Jay Taylor, John Dustin, Jake Mason, Brian Harmon, and the rest of you shipmates: Get in touch! I'm at
D'Andrea, Brian (Droopy)USS Kinkaid (DD 965)OS2OIMay 4, 1994 – Jun 30, 1997I still have bad dreams about the girl that Gaskins meet in Thailand! I am in Socal (OC) now living the life! hit me up!
D'Andrea, JoeUSS Ranger (CV 61)SHSNS3Jun 19, 1990 – May 31, 1993Whats Up supply guys. Been a long time. Email me
D'andria, MikeUSS Mobile Bay (CG 53)GMG 3Sep 1, 1993 – Feb 15, 1997 Had a great time while on the ship. Had a better time drinking at Popeyes.
D'angelica, TedUSS Aeolus (ARC 3)SNDECKApr 17, 1962 – Feb 14, 1964I keep thinking about that "Storm of the Century" off Astoria, OR. I was at the helm for 6 1/2 hours. Captain was on the bridge and told me I was on my own; steered no course.
D'angelo, Jim (Big D)USNS Supply (T-AOE 6)MM 31996 – 1998
D'angelo, John (Dago)USS Sacramento (AOE 1)BTB1982 – 1986Work hard party hard. Sent us through the Suez for a Westpac/Medcruise so the battle group could assist with the Libya bombing. Wish I could remember more of my liberty time! Kanook, Seal baby, Maui. We kicked ass. And oh yes the women. WOW
D'Angelo, Juan D'AngeloUSS Merrill (DD 976)GSM3EngineeringOct 1, 1995 – Oct 1, 1997
D'angelo, MikeUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)CTI3(NAC)VQ-1 Det CSep 1985 – Nov 1985Aircrewman assigned to VQ-1, the Whalers
D'Angelo, PatUSS America (CV 66)AE2Squadron VA-192Jan 1979 – Aug 1981Workups in VI; 2 Med Cruises; IRAN Hostages; The first crew to Do The Ditch; flew off to Diego Garcia in Aug.'81. Great blackshoe crew took care of us.
D'Angelone, DaveUSS John Rodgers (DD 983)STG2(SW)CAJan 16, 1997 – Jun 16, 1999Out of the Nav for two years now, living in Tampa, working on, with, around pc's/networks. What's up Meat!
D'Angelone, DaveUSS Gallant (MSO 489)STG3OPS1994 – 1994Was only onboard for 6 months or so, closed out my spaces for Decomm, then xsferred. Worked with Don Boring. TI rocked.
D'anna, Salvatore (Sam) (dee)USS John King (DDG 3)SNI loved the KING!!Aug 1962 – Jul 4, 1964AA, BS, MS from Hopkins Ended up assistant Prof of Ophthalmology Plan to retire next year.
D'antonio, JerryUSS Duluth (LPD 6)QM2NavDec 28, 1991 – Sep 28, 1995My one and only ship. Good times, great memories...
D'Arcy, David "dee"USS Midway (CV 41)YN3Legal and Training (Last 3 months)May 15, 1981 – Jan 25, 1983Had a real tough time on Midway. I was just a kid who needed to grow up. Another hitch helped me some.
D'aurelio, MikeUSS Bulkeley (DDG 84)ET2CEMay 2001 – Aug 23, 2003
D'Avignon, AllenUSS Simpson (FFG 56)MS1(CURRENTLY CSCS)S-2Feb 1986 – Oct 1989Served onboard 1986 - 89. I am curently on my 24th year, finishing my career in great lakes. Had the time of my life onboard Simpson. I am looking to here from an old shipmate by the mame of SM1 Jim Brown. If anyone has any info let me know.
D'Avignon, AllenUSS Stump (DD 978)CSCSS-2Sep 1991 – Dec 1995

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