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Thompson, DavidPelicans (VS 27)AE2squadron1970 – 1973I made cruises on Intrepid CVS 11 as a member of VS 27 under CAG 56. WE were home ported at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island. I attended AEA School in Jacksonville, Florida in the Fall of 1969.
Tracy, LarryPelicans (VS 27)AT2Maintenance, AT ShopNov 1971 – Aug 28, 1972I made the 1971 North Atlantic-Med cruise as a member of VA-45 Det 11. As the cruise was drawing to a close, I received orders to VS-27. Was assigned to AIMD, worked the TACAN bench at NAS Quonset Pt and aboard the USS Intrepid. Great times
Troutman, JohnHukkers (VS 28)AX1AvionicsNov 21, 1984 – Jul 20, 1986Joined while cruise was in progress, Indian Ocean
Taylor, Herbert A. Jr.Dragonfires (VS 29)ATN3squadron1960 – 1961
Taylor, ChetDiamondcutters (VS 30)AAsquadronApr 1972 – Apr 1974NAS Quonset Pt 1st LT Then for 3 months then power plants for 2 or 3 months.The rest of my time AIMD Quonset Pt and Cecil. Left April 74 for VA 75 Nas oceana.
Todd, BillyDiamondcutters (VS 30)Az3Maintenance control, QA, ADMINApr 1, 1991 – Nov 1, 1994
Taylor Jr, James Or Jimmy TTopcats (VS 31)AXsquadronMar 1975 – Mar 1979
Timothy, PoolScrewbirds (VS 33)ANsquadronJan 21, 1998 – Oct 1, 2000Line Division
Traynor, MarkRed Griffins (VS 38)AW2squadron1979 – 1981
Thorpe, Richard DaleHoot Owls (VS 39)ATR-3squadronApr 9, 1966 – May 14, 1969Looking for Richard Nelson
Tanner, DonShamrocks (VS 41)AO 3OrdinanceMar 1971 – Mar 1972John Law where are you? TY Baker where are you?
Turner, Richard (Rick)Training Squadron 19 (VT 19)YN2squadronJan 1986 – Nov 1989
Thaggard, ThomasTraining Squadron 29 (VT 29)AD3Line crew plane capitianMar 1963 – Sep 1966Great duty station.
Timothy, PoolTactical Air Control Squadron 11 (VTC 11)IT2Mar 20, 2001 – Apr 10, 2003Comms
Terwilliger, StephenPioneers (VX 1)AE-2squadronJun 1980 – Jan 1983
Trexler, PatrickYP 694 (YP 694)QMCCRAFTJan 2008 – Jul 2009GREAT CREW!!! BMSN THOMAS , AN BUCHANAN, AND EN2 WILSON...
Trammell, WilliamOkmulgee (YTB 765)EN1MSep 27, 1969 – Apr 7, 1971
Trammell, William (Bill)Okmulgee (YTB 765)EN1MSep 5, 1969 – Jun 5, 1971 Good crew. Terminated shore duty and went back to sea duty.
Trevino, HenryWeehawken (YTB 776)FNHarbor usns Midway IslandMar 19, 1968 – Mar 15, 1969 I am looking forward to corresponding with some of my fellow shipmates.
Taylor, Frank (Ed)Manhattan (YTB 779)SN small craftAug 15, 1967 – Aug 15, 1968Was on the YTB779 Manhattan at deep water piers Aug67- Aug68. Looking for any crew members, and anybody that was part of the security at the gate at deep water piers that might remember a altercation on Xmas day 1967
Toole, BobSaugus (YTB 780)MS3COOKDec 1979 – Dec 1980Great assigment, I was sent to the tug from the tender for one year.
Trohaugh, RobertTonkawa (YTB 786)EM2portJun 10, 1968 – Jul 19, 1970I worked on all tugs mainly ytm 519
Tennill, MarcOpelika (YTB 798)EN 3Engine Room/DeckApr 1979 – Jul 1980My first duty station out of boot, A&C School. Hard work, but a neet experiance. Good crew!!! OH make sure you close the fire monitors if you pump bilges with the fire pump or you can make a mess of the hole pier!!
Tusing, FredOpelika (YTB 798)EMFNEngine RoomDec 3, 1991 – Aug 10, 1992
Thurston, RoryNatchitoches (YTB 799)E-5/boatswains matePort ServicesOct 15, 1988 – Aug 21, 1990
Thomas, Roger (Boats )Eufaula (YTB 800)bmc usn ret4th 3rd 5th maaSep 20, 1952 – May 20, 1958boarded roanoke in portsmouth va in 1952 made 3rd class bm in nov 1954 .roanoke was like my home for 5 plus years ..i went aboard 17 yearkid and left a 23 year old man in 1958 served on several other ships on my 20 year career in the navy ,but no ship ca
Tersey, TerryPalatka (YTB 801)En1Chief engineerAug 1978 – Jul 1980
Thornton, JamesMassapequa (YTB 807)HT31978 – 1980
Thornton, JamesMassapequa (YTB 807)1978 –
Tyson, MartinWenatchee (YTB 808)EN1Nov 1992 – Oct 1995I had a lot of fun working on both the tug boats staioned in San Diego, CA. Met some great people and will remember the Parade of Lights for three years in The San Diego Bay.
Thomas, LarryWaxahachie (YTB 814)EN2Mar 31, 1984 – Dec 1985SMC Rae Gill was Craftmaster. Chief Engineer was EN1 Steve Norstadt. Do you remember Jackie Katkus (nuff said)
Thomas, LarryWaxahachie (YTB 814)EN2Mar 1984 – Dec 1985Assistant Chief Engineer. SMC Rae M. Gill was Craftmaster.
Thornton, RichardWaxahachie (YTB 814)BM2DeckJan 1986 – Oct 1988I remember Chief Gill, tho she was leaving and BMC Steve Litwin assumed command as craftmaster. EN1 Nordstadt was there as CHENG when I reported aboard. I was there for the first ever Navy Tugboat competition for the Gold Tugboat "T" awar

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