US Navy Crew List

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Quirke, KevinUSS Dixie (AD 14)MSSNSupplyJul 30, 1979 – Jul 30, 1982No records of myself in roster.
Quarcini, AnthonyUSS Piedmont (AD 17)OS2O I divisionMar 1, 1974 – Sep 27, 1977
Quick, JonUSS Sierra (AD 18)FNB-DivApr 1981 – Sep 1983Was a great time, IO cruise, Med, red sea, lots of great people on that command,
Quattropani, CarlUSS Yosemite (AD 19)TMweaponsJun 1992 – Jan 1994
Qualls, BrianUSS Bryce Canyon (AD 36)EN3R3Jan 1978 – Jun 10, 1981
Quartararo, Al profile iconUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)HT3R 1Sep 1973 – Jan 1975Worked for old former Army Warrant, Chief Dessler (Chief Sawdust) in R-1 Div Carpenter Shop. Did Mess Cooking (CPO Mess) reenlisted for 1st time.
Quidone, BillUSS Yellowstone (AD 41)mrfnrm1981 – 1985
Quillian, Isiah "Q-tip"USS Yellowstone (AD 41)BT-3B- DivisionFeb 22, 1990 – Aug 17, 1992This was definitely the hi lite of my Navy career. What up to all of the shippies that I kicked it with!
Quezada, AngelUSS Acadia (AD 42)PNSNPERSONNEL OFFICEJul 1, 1987 – Jul 1, 1989Awesome co-workers and crew and I even met my wife of 14 years there. Loved the steel beach picnics.
Quick, CraigUSS Acadia (AD 42)HT2R1Oct 24, 1986 – 1990Looking for ship mates 1986 to 1990
Quintero, KennyUSS Acadia (AD 42)DC3Jan 1987 – Aug 1989I would like to get a hold of any of the year books. I would also like to get email from some old friends.
Quigg, JeffUSS Cape Cod (AD 43)MM3R-6/56B R-5 A-GangNov 1987 – Sep 11, 1991Enjoyed 3 Pacs. I still stay in touch with Lorie Napier, and live an hour away from Kurt Miller from the pump shop, my good friend Randy Blodgett from R-5 was killed a few years ago, Ive been back to Subic twice in the last five years, my second home
Quitoriano, MelchorUSS Cape Cod (AD 43)R-6 Repair Diesel ShopJun 18, 1991 – Jul 18, 1993diesel Engine Tech
Quattrini, PeteUSS Shenandoah (AD 44)E-5Boiler Repair shop - R21984 – 1985Wasn't on her for very long, but she was a fine ship and crew
Quillen Bach, AmyUSS Shenandoah (AD 44)E6/E7S2Mar 4, 1992 – Jan 24, 1995
Quinn, KennethUSS Suribachi (AE 21)YN3SHIP'S OFFICEJun 1965 – May 1966
Quintela, MikeUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)EM-3Aug 1976 – Aug 1979
Qwak, DennardUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)E-3OpsJul 18, 1981 – Jun 7, 1986Mauna Kea was called the tuna boat during my tour on there. Knew some great people on the ship, but I got ill and transferred due to horrible berthing conditions. Looking for friends and acquaintences from 81 to 86.
Quintua, JoseUSS Nitro (AE 23)HTCR & J1972 – 1977HTC RETIRED IN 1988 @ FTC SAN DIEGO,CA
Quero, AndrewUSS Pyro (AE 24)HNMedical1989 – 1991
Quero, AndrewUSS Pyro (AE 24)SN/ HM3MedicalSep 18, 1990 – May 12, 1991Just saying Hi to all my shipmates, missed all the good times and bad times.... Underway..... sucks lol.... Concord ..Anyway ,but I'm glad I served...
Quero, AndrewUSS Pyro (AE 24)HM3Medical Dept1989 – 1990Hey guys.. It's me Andy.. I worked in the Medical Dept till 1991.. My first and last ship.. Missed all u guys specially my peeps... Slade Anonsen, Jose Felix... Tunac where u at?? Gmsn Gunn .. Holla Every 1!!!!
Quick, RichardUSS Pyro (AE 24)BM2FirstSep 1972 – Jan 1976I remember the good old days. Partying on the beach with Rhino, Dup, Smitty. Have some fun in the berthing compartment with hambone. Good times. Would like to hear from you e-mail me at
Quinones, Valentine profile iconUSS Pyro (AE 24)USS Pyro AE-24EngineeringJul 1978 – 1979Davis Morgan, Eugene Bradford,James Noonie,Eugene Sloan does any one know how to get in contact with this guys they were on my ship with me USS Pyro AE-24 with me 1978-1979
Quigg, JamesUSS Haleakala (AE 25)ES/EM2EJan 25, 1980 – Jan 25, 1984The greatest ship in the Navy, the greatest times a kid from Brooklyn did have. Don't forget our punk band we had (Blistering Agents)
Quill, Mike profile iconUSS Haleakala (AE 25)E2Deck1973 – 1974If anyone remembers me let me know Mark k hope you are ok I the one from the Boston area
Quinn, BobUSS Haleakala (AE 25)BT/3B1971 – 1973Many good memories
Queen, ElleryUSNS Mount Baker (T-AE 34)ETC(SW)OE/OFMar 15, 1988 – Apr 30, 1989Great crew! Great Time! Graet memories!
Quartararo, JohnUSS Regulus (AF 57)SHS-2S1 - SupplyMay 1969 – Aug 1971
Quinn, JamesUSNS Rigel (T-AF 58)AF-582ndJun 26, 1971 – Sep 26, 1974
Quigley, EdRichland (AFDM 8)HT2RepairJul 1980 – Jun 1982Guam was great, hope to visit the island one more time!!
Quante, DavidUSS White Plains (AFS 4)E-4DeckFeb 1989 – 1992Wow, what a memory. I don't think I could mention everything in this space provided. I have a lot of memories from that time frame. I was sad when I heard she was sunk.
Quinlan, PaulUSNS San Jose (T-AFS 7)DC/HT2RJul 1970 – Aug 1972Best ship in the fleet. Had highest marks of any ship in reftra that year and won Golden Anchor award.
Queen, BobUSNS Spica (T-AFS 9)ITCS(SW)Senior Enlisted AdvisorJan 3, 2003 – Jan 22, 2006The last ship of my Navy career. I truly got to see the world while assigned here. I miss all the people of Spica.
Quichocho, PeterUSNS Spica (T-AFS 9)ITC(SW)Communications Leading CPOMay 15, 1998 – Jun 22, 2000Greetings former shipmates of mine. I didn't realize that the famous Spica was decomm this year. What a history that ship has brought to our country. I am proud to have served onboard one of the finest ship in the U.S. Navy.
Quintanilla, Jesse (Spic)USS Taconic (AGC 17)SFM2RDec 1, 1964 – Jan 31, 1968Looking for Shipmates who served with me that remember when the Baby Huey helicopter that crashed on the flight deck. The crash occur during the time at the Dominican Republic.
Qualls, EvonaUSS La Salle (AGF 3)CTR3C6F N39Dec 10, 1999 – Oct 23, 2002Although I was actually a part of C6F, I lived with you guys and consider myself to have been a part of your crew. The three years I spent onboard were some of the best of my life. Thanks for the memories!
Queen, TerryUSS La Salle (AGF 3)IC1EJun 19, 1975 – May 7, 1977It was a great adventure a lot of great friends I try to keep in touch with them. I live in TN now
Quick, DoaneUSS La Salle (AGF 3)SNDECKMar 3, 1993 – Apr 4, 1994Served a short stint in Bahrain, spent most of my billit in the Portsmouth Shipyard as FIREWATCH. Lots of Fun There . hello to fellow shipmates DCFN smith ,SN Velentzas,SN jon Williams,I also Remember FN Studly,RM Diaz

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