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Young, Jeff (Crazy)USS Miami (SSN 755)TM3/SSTM/WEPSNov 1992 – Feb 1996Yes I am still alive.
Yeakley, JodyUSS Scranton (SSN 756)TMSMJun 1990 – Feb 1992Plankowner, The best group of guys I've ever met.
Young, BrandonUSS Springfield (SSN 761)MM2/SSRLOct 10, 1994 – May 1, 1998Graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering from University of Kansas. Remarried to a wonderful wife; have three kids. Living in Lawrence, KS. Working in Kansas City, MO. Life is good. Drop me a line.
Young, EricUSS Springfield (SSN 761)STS1(SS)SonarJan 1991 – Aug 1995Plankowner
Yoshino, MakotoUSS Columbus (SSN 762)STS2SonarJan 2005 – Aug 2008
Yaryan, ShawnUSS Boise (SSN 764)ET2(SS)/ E-5Navigation Electronics TechnicianDec 1992 – Jul 1997It felt like we were ALWAYS "at sea". When we were in a port, we were having "a pretty good time." While inport "Wooyah" was born. Does anyone else remember "Wooyah"?
Youngblood, MichaelUSS Boise (SSN 764)MM1(SS)Reactor LaboratoriesJun 1990 – Jul 1993Separatee since 1996, degreed engineer since 1999 (CSE), interested in hearing from former shipmates!
Yearley, JakeUSS Hartford (SSN 768)E3SonarJul 3, 2001 – Jul 11, 2003I just wish I were still there!
Youngblood, Jason "the Fattest Skinniest Man"USS Toledo (SSN 769)ET2 (SS)RadioOct 2003 – Apr 2006As I look back on everything, I realized that I'll always have a piece of the Toledo deep down inside (good times or bad). I really do miss a lot of the people, but I'm glad that I was able to at least be apart of it all for that time. OU
Yoder, BradfordUSS Columbia (SSN 771)MM2 (SS)MachineryDec 13, 2001 –" The Watchstander"
Young, MarkUSS Virginia (SSN 774)ET2(SS)CommunicationJul 25, 2005 – Jul 25, 2010
Younker, DouglasFist of the Fleet (VA 25)AE3squadronJan 1980 – Nov 1983I worked in Maintenance Control as a Airman in '80, AE Shop (220) as a 3rd Class ('80-82) and also Crud Crew (12C) during the '82 Cruise/Beach Det P.I. Anyone remember that Fuel Truck fire at Midway Hanger?
Yeater, DennisBlue Blasters (VA 34)AO1squadronJun 1980 – Aug 1983I had a great time while assigned to VA-34. I got to see a lot of different countries, and become a Shellback. Hope all is well with everyone I served with during my time there. I was an Ordy.
Yoshizumi, AlanChampions (VA 56)AE2squadron1977 – 1980
Younger, MitchBlue Hawks (VA 72)AT2squadronJun 1981 – Jun 1983No Notice, No Problem!
Yeater, DennisSunday Punchers (VA 75)AO1squadronJun 1986 – Feb 1989As a Sunday Puncher I had a super experience while assigned. I was lucky to see a lot different countries and work and party with some wonderful people. Thanks for the memories.
Young, RonaldEagles (VA 115)AZ2(AW)squadronJan 1, 1991 – Jan 1, 1993
Young, JakeBlue Diamonds (VA 146)AO2squadronDec 1975 – Sep 1978made the 77 westpac with the grearest squadron and AO shop in the fleet. We were the best as friends and as a squadron too. miss these guys and the times.
Yaksich, MikeArgonauts (VA 147)E-4aviation admin clerkApr 1971 – Aug 1974enjoyed being of va147. I remember enlisted man Shannon I made two west pac 1971 and 1973 we losted are skipperwhen aircraft was losted at sea.
Yates, Herbert/ HatchetRampant Raiders (VA 212)AE3aviation electricianMar 16, 1966 – May 21, 1968 To a great memory of this outstanding squadron VA 212. Memorial to USN Commander Hommer Smith, POW/ my hero
Young, StephenSun Kings (VAW 116)AMH 2squadron1977 – 1979Served at NAS Miramar, and one med. Cruise 1978.
Yates, PhilScrewtops (VAW 123)AE2Electric shop1971 – 1972WESPAC great cruise
Yates, SteveBounty Hunters (VF 2)AQ3Airwing Fire ControlMar 15, 1973 – Aug 22, 1977
Young, JaySwordsmen (VF 32)AO2squadron1985 – 1987Sure would like to run in to a few guys I used to know. Had some great times.
Younce, AllenStarfighters (VF 33)AMS3squadron1973 – 1975Enjoyed working with our crew and ships crew.we were a tight outfit.I enjoyed my plane captain duties.would not give up my memories for anything. Remember nickel grass op.we did a A1 job.
Yarbrough, David (Yarbee)Challengers (VF 43)AE1Avionics1977 – 1980Served in AE shop then became supervisor when made AE1. Served under Commanders C.L. & E.T. Smith.
Young, Bobby DFighting Falcons (VF 96)AE-1AvionicsFeb 22, 1966 –Looking for the names of those who lost their lives in the Enterprise fire. Also the names of those injured. Contact me @
Young, Robert (Bob)Bandits (VF 126)OSC(SW)IntelMar 1991 – Feb 1994This was the best tour of my career. I learned more than i ever needed and practiced my trade with abandon. El Centro and Fallon became second homes. In TACCS - "P-Chiz is dead!" Made chief.
Young, Samuel S.Golden Warriors (VFA 87)PR8001997 – 1997
Yawn, GaryGunslingers (VFA 105)E-3/AO1998 – 1999
Young, DickEyes of the Fleet (VFP 63)PT1Det-1Jul 8, 1974 – Aug 8, 1977Deployments aboard USS Hancock and USS Constellation.
Young, KevinFighting Marlins (VP 40)AW2squadronDec 28, 1973 – Dec 28, 1976It has been a long time. Looking to connect with anyone that served with VP 40 during the years I was there.
Young, RonaldWorld Watchers (VQ 1)AZ2(AW)squadronJan 1, 1993 – Jun 1, 1996
Young, NateWorld Watchers (VQ 1)PO3A-3 side of thingsNov 2, 1977 – May 21, 1981Whale Aircrew / Plane Capt. ADJ Kitty Connie Nimitz ? Cubi Point Atsugi
Yanulevich, James/ Scouts (VS 24)AMH-2AirframesSep 1, 1977 – Nov 20, 1980Had many special memories while I was in this squadron, VS-24 out of Cecil field Florida. Would be nice to have a reunion even though it been over 37 years.
Yell, AlvinPelicans (VS 27)e3aircraft mechanicAug 1964 – Dec 10, 1966
Young, EddieTopcats (VS 31)AW2squadron1977 – 1979Looking for any TOPCAT shipmates. Drop me a line!
Young, Tolford "Tod"Hoot Owls (VS 39)AT-2squadronApr 1953 – Sep 1956NATO Operation "Blackjack", with stops at Belfast, North Ireland, Barcelona, Spain and Gibraltar. 1955
Young, Jas. W. (Jim) / Mister CleanWinnemucca (YTB 785)MR3EngineeringSep 30, 1970 – Apr 1, 1971Good memories. Wish I would have known about the reunion. Finished my 12 month tour at Solid Anchor.
Yarbrough, KeithHyannis (YTB 817)bm3shore services1974 – 1975

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