US Navy Crew List

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The Crew List allows former and current sailors to submit their contact information so that old shipmates can find each other. Each command has its own Crew List, listing all people that already registered for the respective command. Once you have registered you can add your entries and contact your shipmates. You may also register if you have not served but want to contact someone listed in any Crew List. If you like this service spread the word and get old and present shipmates to sign up, too.

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Vaughen, TedNaval Amphibious Base CoronadoYNCOperationsMay 1965 – 1968
Viado`, MichaelUSS Cushing (DD 985)YNCNAVMay 4, 1993 – Jun 30, 1996Great ship, learned alot. Sad to see her on the bottom of the ocean as a reef.
Van Fleet, KevanUSS Montpelier (SSN 765)YNC(SS)AdminDec 15, 1997 – Aug 1, 2001, VeraUSS Vulcan (AR 5)YNCSAdminOct 1, 1981 – Sep 30, 1984I left the USS Vulcan the Friday before they set sail for the IO in 1984. I started out in Deck Div. and transferred to the Captain's Office after mess cranking. Enjoyed the time of growth.
Valentine, VirgynsnUSS Ingraham (DD 694)YNSN1st DivOct 16, 1966 – Oct 16, 1968Reported aboard right after boot camp. Worked in the Weapons Office under Lt. Wood. Two Med cruises, secret crui (se into the Black Sea close to Russia, Worlds Fair cruise Montreal,Canada (St Lawrence Seaway)
Valle, WesleyUSS Milwaukee (AOR 2)YNSNAdminDec 1992 – Jan 1994
Varela, SteveUSS Detroit (AOE 4)YNSNA GANGJun 15, 1977 – Mar 17, 1981Had a good time on the the "Dirty D", 3 Med cruises, 3 trips to Gitmo, a lot of good friends ! Could not have worked with a better crew then the people in "A" Gang.
Vause, DaytonUSS Joseph Strauss (DDG 16)YNSN(a ranking member of the 4 horsemen)Sep 15, 1988 – Feb 1, 1990What a great time I had on that ship. The guys I served with were very proud of their recent accomplishments and proudly displayed their medals whenever the opportunity arose. Then we'd go to a bar or try to shut down Hotel Street
Vazquez, SammyUSS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52)YNSNFeb 8, 2008 – Dec 18, 2008
Victoria, HellenBlack Knights (HS 4)YNSNsquadronNov 2001 – Aug 2003
Vidal, Frank R., Jr.USS Pargo (SSN 650)YNSNAdminMay 1981 – Jul 1983Some of the best friends of my life.
Vanslyck, SteveUSS Inchon (LPH 12)YNSN - YN2X1977 – 1979Worked in the Chaplain's Office, then the Ship's Office.
Vanbevern, BobUSS Willamette (AO 180)YNSR to YN2adminFeb 1982 – Oct 1985Hi to all the Plankowners. Captains Yeoman during Precom And commissioning. Drop me a line.

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