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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Quattro, MichaelUSS Queenfish (SSN 651)MM1/SS/DVMachinery / ELTJul 25, 1987 – Jul 25, 1989Trip to the North Pole was a great experience.
Quirk, GaryUSS Sand Lance (SSN 660)STS1(SS)sonarJul 1990 – Jan 3, 1993UNITAS survivor, Living in Kansas City working for Ford Motor Co.
Quinn, ShawnUSS Bergall (SSN 667)YN3(SS)YNJan 3, 1995 – Jun 6, 1996
Quick, Aaron (Skip)USS Spadefish (SSN 668)MM2 (SS/DV)EM01May 1993 – Apr 1997Wow, miss the friendships, the port calls, the parties and good times. Don't miss reactor start-ups, ORSE, on station. Loved to go diving off the sub, especially with Archey and Perkins. Miss you Glenn!
Quezada, WaltonUSS Archerfish (SSN 678)IC3ICOct 31, 1995 – Jan 31, 1998
Quick, EdwardUSS Archerfish (SSN 678)STSsonarMar 1995 – 1998Best tour I had in my 12 year Navy stint. Underway alot. BQN-17 bottom contour submerged through the straits
Quattlebaum, BlandUSS William H. Bates (SSN 680)ET2Coner: Nav and Radio1982 – 1985BART t-shirts, TDU trim parties drove Twitch nuts. I'll never forget him falling into a line locker in Perth, busted in Diego Garcia for bad bicycle driving. ..Egg on legs, Uncle Jack, commando raids in the PI with Chop
Quinlan, MarkUSS Parche (SSN 683)TM3 (SS)TorpedoSep 1980 – Jun 25, 1984
Quinton, DavidUSS Philadelphia (SSN 690)FT1(SS)Fire ControlAug 1, 1995 – Oct 15, 1997
Quam, CharlesUSS Indianapolis (SSN 697)MM1/SSA-GangerJun 1992 – Dec 1997I are A-Ganger
Quinones, DocUSS Bremerton (SSN 698)HMC(SS)MedicalDec 20, 1987 – Aug 20, 1991Looking for contact from any of my old shipmates, Have thought about many of you over the years, You can find me on facebook at Fern Quinones. God Bless
Quiles, KevinUSS La Jolla (SSN 701)STS2SONARNov 2001 – Dec 15, 2006
Quill, PatUSS Boston (SSN 703)E-61982 – 1985
Quast, StephenUSS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN 709)MM2/SSFeb 13, 2003 – Apr 6, 2007I Served Her Proudly... May She Rest in Peace and those that i Served with.. Fair Winds and Following Seas.
Quatro, Allan/ Hey Cob!!USS Houston (SSN 713)FTCM(SS/DV)COBJun 23, 2005 – Sep 18, 2007
Quackenbush, MikeUSS Buffalo (SSN 715)EM1Electrical ( the onlyJun 12, 2003 – Jan 25, 2007
Quinn, JonathanUSS Buffalo (SSN 715)STS3/SSSonarJan 7, 1996 – Aug 31, 2000It was quite an experience but would not want to do it again. Had quite an impact on my life. Hello shipmates
Quattro, MichaelUSS Olympia (SSN 717)MM1/SS/DVMachiner / ELTMay 1, 1983 – Jul 5, 1987Plank owner - a create experience that I reflect upon often. It was an honor to serve with such men.
Quinto Jr., PhilipUSS Providence (SSN 719)SNQMAug 1984 – 1988Plankowner, First dive, First deployment. Wish I knew then what I know now. This was a great boat with a fantastic crew.
Quillian, Charles / MacUSS Pittsburgh (SSN 720)ET-2 SSET (Nav/ESM)1984 – Jan 31, 1989BonEX survivor, Bluenose, Spanish main, Plankowner. Still own the same hotrod I had then. Still married to the girl that I met then. Did someone mention a reunion?
Quigley, DanUSS Chicago (SSN 721)ET1(SS)Reactor ControlsAug 1983 – Mar 1989Really enjoyed working with all of you. Now, I'm Director of Sales for a company that does various types of sampling (including nuclear sampling) throughout the world. I hope to hear from some of you!
Quinn, ShawnUSS Oklahoma City (SSN 723)YN3(SS)Ship's OfficeJun 7, 1996 – Feb 1, 1998Anybody wanna talk about Portsmouth, N.H.????
Quezada, SalUSS San Juan (SSN 751)MM2RLMar 17, 2004 – Dec 3, 2007Some days I just miss my old crew. Other days, the tough memories make me glad I continued on with my life. No hard feelings, just memories and experiences that I will forever remember. Just glad I went through it.
Quintanilla, MikeUSS San Juan (SSN 751)STS2(SS)SONARMar 2003 – May 2005
Quinton, DavidUSS Miami (SSN 755)FTCFTApr 15, 1998 – Oct 15, 1999
Quinn, ScottUSS Alexandria (SSN 757)EM2ElectricalJan 1, 1992 – Jan 2, 1994Yo.
Qualley, JeffUSS Charlotte (SSN 766)ET1/SSRadioAug 1992 – Feb 1997Plankowner
Quen, MarshallUSS Charlotte (SSN 766)TMCTorpedo2010 – 2013
Quilenderino, Johnny "q-11"USS Columbia (SSN 771)MM2A-gangApr 10, 1995 – Jun 14, 2000What is going on with the old crew? Now that I am O-ganger I miss the easy life, turn a wrench and go home!!!!!
Quinn, ShawnUSS Greeneville (SSN 772)YN2(SS) "YOSO"YNFeb 1, 2001 – Mar 15, 2004Most tonage and body count during peace-time. It was great, wouldn't have chaged it for the world.
Quinn, JerryWarhorses (VA 55)PN 3PersonnelJul 1, 1963 – Jul 1, 1965Present during Gulf of Tonkin incident in August 1964.
Quittner, IanStingers (VA 113)AT2squadronSep 10, 1976 – Jul 28, 1981Looking for my old shipmates in VA-113 and aboard the USS Ranger
Quidort, GaryArgonauts (VA 147)AT2squadronApr 10, 1983 – Jun 10, 1986
Quinton, RoyWild Aces (VA 152)PO3classAviation mechanicJan 1, 1964 – Dec 31, 1965I served in NAS Alameda along with a friend of mine an African American named Whitaker not sure how its spelled been looking to find him if you folks served in Tonkin gulf or alameda and remember or know him 2085241958
Quellhorst, WilliamBoomers (VA 165)AMS3squadronOct 1979 – Dec 1982During my two West Pacs I was also assigned to the Wardroom Breakout crew (1980) and Ship's Master-At-Arms 1981-82 Cruise.
Quinn, Timothy Allen profile iconRiver Rattlers (VA 204)AK2(AW)050May 4, 1987 – Aug 1, 1989Material Control Supervisor replaced AK1 Paul Arzet who retired.
Quinn, Timothy Allen profile iconFighting Omars (VFC 12)AK1(AW)050Apr 1, 1991 – Apr 1, 1993Material Control Supervisor replacing the retiring AK1 Charles Glover who retired. OPTAR Funding Assistant Manager to the Commanding Officer. Selected for CPO, but never went to the board. Got out.
Quintall, DougHukkers (VS 28)ANsquadronSep 1973 – Sep 1974I was with VS-28 for 1 year onboard the USS Independence- off loaded in Crete and returned to Cecil Field in Jan 1974. Was a Plane Captain at Cecil Field until transfer Sep. 74 to VP-56 NAS Jacksonville
Quintero, JoaquinKeokuk (YTB 771)BM2DECKOct 1992 – Oct 1994Great tour. Would go back any time.

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