US Navy Crew List

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T, DavidUSS Briscoe (DD 977)DC3Repair, Worlds Greatest DC SHOPApr 1, 1999 – Sep 26, 2002Well just saying whats up to all those who know me. Still living in So. Cali working and loving every minute of it. Any one wants to hit me up.
T, MUSS Bunker Hill (CG 52)NOJan 27, 1986 – Mar 21, 1988
T. J. Chmara, Ted ChmaraUSS Franklin D Roosevelt (CV 42)8th Deck 2nd Deck and BoatMay 1951 – May 1954Bosan striker seaman First Class. Three Med, 1 Gitmo and around the Horn toWashington St for referbishing. Then reasigned to the Uss Proton in Japan. Discharged Feb 13 1955
Taaffe, Joseph profile iconUSS Vicksburg (CG 69)QM3NavigationMar 22, 2003 –
Taaffe, Joseph profile iconUSS Juneau (LPD 10)QM3NavigationMay 1, 2000 – Apr 2003
Taaffe, Joseph profile iconNaval Submarine Base Kings BayQM2TRITRAFACFeb 2005 – Jul 1, 2006
Taan, JohnUSS Saipan (LHA 2)AN (AW)MEDICALJul 3, 2005 – Jan 25, 2007My first duty station. I have to admit at the beginning, I totally hated it, but it wasn't bad at all. As a matter of fact, I miss being underway since I left for Corps school. but yeah, I had blast on underways. Horrah Saipan...haha
Taasaas, DougUSS Gurke (DD 783)SK3S-1Jun 1973 – Jul 1975Great Ship
Tabacsko, WilburUSS Racine (LST 1191)HT2RApr 1972 – Aug 8, 1972Spent last four months of active duty on board. Made the cruise to S. America, Panama, Chile, and Peru. What a blast! Un cerveza por favor!
Tabacsko, WilburRichland (AFDM 8)SF2RMar 1969 – Sep 1970It was the best vacation ever. Also the longest. Lunch time at Mellor Park was the most and I really enjoyed still being there when it closed. Ugh! Any of you shipfitters out there? I see ya Dino! Olympia Beer, yoy!
Tabagan, RodyUSS Chancellorsville / Robert Smalls (CG 62)GSM2Feb 12, 2000 – May 9, 2004the best crew and the best ship on the fleet.. i had great time and made good friends during my tour with her. but when the liberty policy on base yokosuka change the crew's moral went down. good ship good crew GSM2 RODY TABAGAN
Tabales, Johnny profile iconScouts (VS 24)AMS/E3squadronFeb 1989 – Jun 1992It wasn't the best time of my life. But absolutely the best group of guys I have ever had the blessing of knowing. It was an honor for me to serve along side of you. All of you are still heroes to me. Thank you.
Tabano, TonyUSS Blandy (DD 943)SM3comm1980 – 1982
Tabaranza, Lamberto ButchUSS McKee (AS 41)MR2R-2 31A / R-O ARRSJul 1986 – Mar 1991wow. God Bless ALL that served on board the Mckee.
Tabat, RodneyUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)ABE-2V-2May 9, 1986 – Jul 15, 1990
Tabayoyong, RudyUSS Leyte Gulf (CG 55)CS3Aug 30, 2001 – Feb 19, 2006IT'S A GREAT EXPERIENCE TO BE A PART OF THIS SHIP.HURRAAA
Tabb, Douglas C. profile iconUSS Camden (AOE 2)RM2OCJul 1967 – Jul 1970Enjoyed the relationships developed during my assignment to the Camden. Would like to reconnect with those I served with.
Tabb, Douglas C., Jr. (Rusty)USS Camden (AOE 2)RM2OCJul 1967 – Jul 6, 1970Reported aboard after RM 'A' school 7/67. Either the Camden really liked me or no one else wanted me. Was separated from Navy 7/70. Would like to contact old friends I served with.
Tabb, GregUSS Columbus (CG 12)OS3OIJun 1971 – Jun 1975Thought it was great being an OS. When I first came into the OI division the rate was still RD and called radarmen. Thought the Med. cruises were also great.
Tabb, GregoryUSS Columbus (CG 12)OS3OI1971 – 1974Currently retired as a Stationary Engineer
Tabb, HaroldUSS Moosbrugger (DD 980)sm3'??Feb 1985 – Dec 1989
Tabb, JaniceUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)BM31st, 2nd, 3rdFeb 1986 – Jul 1989
Tabb, KevinUSS Gunston Hall (LSD 44)bm e-2bmMar 4, 1988 – Mar 3, 1989
Tabb, MichaelUSS El Paso (LKA 117)Ens - LTA Gang/MPA/Asst 1st/Assault Boat Group CommanderJun 1989 – May 1992I loved this ship and many of the people on it! We were a family. Played together like one and at times, fought like one. I learned a lot about life and people on the El Paso. James K. Pernini was the best!
Tabbert, Doug profile iconUSNS San Jose (T-AFS 7)MMFNM DIV1988 – 1991Look forward to hearing from old gang… Sidewell, Robo, Wagner, Bobby, Bolten just to name a few. Drop me a line at
Tabbert, Doug profile iconUSS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)MM2A Gang/M div1995 – 1998Look forward to hearing from old gang…Drop me a line at if you were there at this time 95-98 A gang/M div.
Tabbert, Doug profile iconUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)MMCWEAPONS G-42002 – 2007
Tabbert, Doug profile iconRecruit Training Command Great LakesE-6RDC1998 – 2002Looking for Todd Skinner. drop me a line at
Tabbi, ChuckUSS New Orleans (LPH 11)E3Jun 28, 1969 – Mar 4, 1971Remember China Beach, Danang,Olongapol City here I come.Clayton Stickles 1st Marines. Oh yea round eyes in Hong Kong. Shaft alley parties.
Tabbut, DuaneUSS Ohio (SSBN 726)MM3A-gang1991 – 1994looking for old ship mates. Trying to make some contact with any one 1991-94 .Some on
Tabe, DavidUSS Newport (LST 1179)EM3EApr 4, 1970 – Aug 6, 1973Great Ship and Great crew members. Like to hear from any past crew members
Taber, BrandonUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)E-4/ABHV-11998 – 2001Hey guys, can't help but to say that I actually miss the TR. Give me a e-mail so we can talk again
Taber, BrettUSS Daniel Webster (SSBN 626)E-4Machinist mateMar 1983 – Oct 1987
Taber, BruceUSS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22)BT2Engine1980 –
Taber, ChristophorUSS Nassau (LHA 4)DT3(FMF)DentalNov 5, 1995 – Aug 15, 1997
Taber, DavidUSS Austin (LPD 4)SKCSSUPPLYMay 1, 1977 – Apr 15, 1979IF YOU KNOW ME FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME.
Taber, DennisUSS Bon Homme Richard (CV 31)AG3Aerology (OA)Jun 15, 1960 – May 15, 1961The lady still had a wooden flight deck. She was one of the first ships to start serving mid rations on the mess deck. The first and one of the best ships I served on. AGC Miller was our division chief.
Taber, EarlUSS Cape Esperance (CVE 88)1943 –
Taber, EdUSS Springfield (CLG 7)MM1M Division1970 – 1972Loved Gaeta. Retired from government service as Chief Engineer then Master on Research Vessels. I think I was the first one to buy a 50 cc Moto Guzzi from shop in Formia. Then Red Norton with Bell Star helmet. Great crew
Taber, JamesUSS Nassau (LHA 4)s-1Aug 10, 1985 – Jun 10, 1987i have great memories of the big nasty!.....and all those wild navy parties when i was 18! hahah

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