US Navy Crew List

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M C Laughlin, Robert (Bob Mc)USS Zellars (DD 777)Forward Engineroom MM3Sep 10, 1954 – Mar 29, 1957My time on the zellars,built my character. enjoyed the cruises to the med and north atlantic My wife pat and i enjoy the reunions. it was an honor for us to host the 24th reunion 2008 in portland maine
M Ccoley, LloydUSS Canberra (CAG 2)SA3rd1965 – 1966Wondering if anybody is still out there from 3rd Div. 1965/66 Westpac cruise?
M Urchison, ScoobieUSS Somers (DDG 34)abh-2v-1 divMar 19, 1972 – Mar 23, 1979
M,celheney, David (Mac)USS Grant County (LST 1174)SK3SUP[PLYJun 10, 1965 – Aug 30, 1967
M-14, F.USS Simpson (FFG 56)GM1 (SW)CS21998 – 2001It's as good as it's going to get. I sometimes wonder where Chapito is at.
M;ullen, Claude R. "Moon"USS Wasp (CV 18)AG1OAJan 1, 1963 – Dec 20, 1963Aerographer...Observer/OfficeSupervisor /Upper Air /Analyst & Forecaster 1500-0300 daily Briefed Capt daily at 1915/ News,sports,weather on Ships PA systems at 1930/Briefed Admiral at 2100
Maag, DaveUSS Sam Houston (SSBN 609)HNDeck Medical1989 – 1991I miss the camaraderie, and the good time there is a facebook page as well
Maag, RichardUSS Tautog (SSN 639)SnDeckDec 1988 – May 1989
Maag, RickUSS Proteus (AS 19)DS3ADPApr 1975 – Oct 1976I was a "Hut Nut". Andy's Hut was my hangout.
Maag, RickUSS Midway (CV 41)DS2OENov 1976 – Feb 1980I was a DS in the NTDS shop. Mostly I worked on the UYK-5 system in the S-7 shop. 3 trips across the equater. I enjoyed my time on the Midway and stationed in Yokosuka.
Maag, TerryUSS Sacramento (AOE 1)BM 32nd DivisionApr 15, 1970 – Aug 16, 1973Best in th West 1972 Earned Meritorious Unit Citation
Maahs, MichaelUSS L. Y. Spear (AS 36)E-3AJan 1969 – Mar 1971Was stationed at Norfork waiting for ship. Went abord in Portsmith,did shake down, Cuba, Charlston, back to Portsmith, Great experience, loved the sea.
Maaninga, CurtUSS Reclaimer (ARS 42)cs3csJan 3, 1973 – Sep 10, 1975we are on facebook as uss reclaimer ars 42 email is
Maas, BobUSS Midway (CV 41)E31stApr 1977 – Mar 20, 1979
Maas, CharlieUSS Seattle (AOE 3)MM3A Gang A/c refrigeration ShopMay 1974 – Sep 1977Great ship , Great people, Great time. Med cruises ,Gitmo.....
Maas, ChuckUSS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)RM2Comm/CRFeb 1, 1978 – Jul 25, 1981This is a hoot. There's something about turning 50 that makes you sentimental about 12 hour watches, bug juice and hot dogs for mid-rats
Maas, EricUSS Roark (FF 1053)MS3SupplyJun 1990 – Dec 14, 1991I originally started in the deck division and was placed in the wardroom eventually as the wardroom supervisor. I will never forget TI or the Roark
Maas, EricUSS Bowen (FF 1079)MS2Supply1992 – 1994Miss the crew and miss the ship
Maas, JohnUSS Yosemite (AD 19)GMG2R5Aug 1977 – Mar 16, 1981IF WE CAN'T FIX IT , IT AIN'T BROKE!!
Maas, LouWarhawks (VA 97)ATN3Electronics1967 – Jul 1969
Maas, LouScreaming Eagles (VP 1)ansquadronDec 1965 – Jul 1966
Maas, PhilipMachinist (AFDB 8)2nd Class/Plank OwnerUSS Truckee1955 – 1959I am adding this for my father as he doesn't have access to a computer. Anyone that would like to get in contact, please feel free to e-mail me and I will get the message to him.
Maass, Fritz profile iconUSS Tulagi (CVE 72)SM3SignalmanJun 17, 1944 – Dec 23, 1945I am posting on behalf of my Grandpa who served on this ship in 1944 and 1945. I'm hopeful of connecting with folks as I have photos, post cards and his personal writings. He passed on 05/01/2014 and is greatly missed.
Maassen, KurtUSS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN 709)RM3/SSRadioJan 3, 1987 – Jun 1988
Maassen, KurtRecruit Training Command San DiegoSR8Apr 24, 1985 – Jul 1985Company 919... EN1 W.D. Chisolm was my CC. Learned a lot from him about " Attention to Detail". Loved my time at San Diego from Boot through RM "A" School.
Maat, HaroldUSNS Concord (T-AFS 5)EN2A gangSep 1979 – Mar 1983awesome experience, i'll never forget it.
Maat, HaroldUSS Briscoe (DD 977)EN2A gangJun 1983 – Aug 1985the 2 years went by fast. it really surprised me to learn the ship was sunk a few years ago. i'll bet aux-1 was clean to the end.
Maat, HaroldUSS San Jacinto (CG 56)EN1A gangMar 19, 1990 – 1992my last sea command before i got out. was a pretty good time. hey Fed, you remember how wound up cheng used to get??!! i'll never forget that. i bet his blood pressure was up thru the roof!
Maavich, StevenUSS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654)SKC/ssStoresApr 28, 1989 – 1992This by far was the best command I was honored to serve on. Many late nights with A-div helping to keep the old girl up and running. One of the best Crews ever, and made you proud to be a Submariner
Mabe, BillyMarauders (VA 82)AO1squadronJun 1976 – Sep 1979
Mabe, GlenUSS Anchorage (LSD 36)DCCSRAug 1999 – Aug 2001Had a good time on that Large Setting Duck!!! Retired now. Old shipmates feel free to email me at
Mabe, JeremyUSS Deyo (DD 989)CTR1(SW)OTJun 1998 – May 2002now that i am gone i sorta miss the sea
Mabe, MichaelUSS John Rodgers (DD 983)TM3WeaponsMay 20, 1983 – Jul 12, 1985
Mabe, MichaelUSS John Rodgers (DD 983)TM3WeaponsNov 1983 – Jun 1985A great experience! Enjoyed my time on board very much.
Mabe, RichardUSS Brewton (FF 1086)e2me1983 – 1984
Mabe, SamUSS Cimarron (AO 177)MM1 SWM-Div.1980 – 1985PLankOwner. Became good friends with some. Still talk with a few. During those years It seemed like all the snipes were close. We did work our ass off at times, but wouldn't expect anything less. Lets talk.
Mabe, ScottUSS Carl Vinson (CVN 70)AMEANVF-51 AMEJan 3, 1983 – Apr 10, 1985 Seems like yesterday....hhmmm.... But for $20.00 I'll tell who painted VF-111 on the round-down on the '83 World cruise !!!
Mabe, W. GlenUSS Acadia (AD 42)HT1R-1 & RP1983 – 1985Looking for old ship mates
Mabe, William 'Glenn'USS Tarawa (CV 40)Seaman 2 Class? not known by his daughter-- my apologies1944 – 1946Glenn was part of the first crew of the USS Tarawa. I was a member of the arresting gear crew of about thirty men; . My specific job was to operate number twelve deck pennant and number one and two wire barrier cables.

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