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Twete, StacyUSS New Orleans (LPH 11)EM2ElectricalJun 3, 1973 – Aug 16, 1976JR, Higdon, Litzner, Dennis, Max, The Boss, Sanchez , Canfield, Smith, Reichter and Leis. I can't remember all but a damn good bunch of guys...
Twickler, A.j.USS Callaghan (DDG 994)BMSN1STJan 6, 1995 – Sep 22, 1996I had the best time of my life, and met the best friends of my life on the USS CALLAGHAN.
Twidwell, KennyUSS Gridley (CG 21)RM3Radioman1989 – 1993
Twiford, GeorgeUSS Saipan (LHA 2)BT3MP Aft/fwd Eng/rmsNov 1982 – Mar 1987I was looking through facebook for old friends and came across this sight and thought to get in touch
Twiford, JohnUSS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)E32nd Div Deck Dept.Mar 25, 1990 – Feb 15, 1992Capt Cross was way too damn gung ho. That mother fucker would start WW3 if somebody let him. Thank God for the Chain of Command. Oh and how could I forget the infamous BM1 Smalls impersonations. That was the highlight.
Twigg, EdgarUSS San Pablo (AGS 30)PN2Operations1951 – 1953Made some good friends and still in contact with Killer (Charles Conrad)
Twigg, Jerrold (Chop)USS Briscoe (DD 977)LTSupplyMar 1982 – Jun 1984In my 32 years this was the best ship I served on, best crew, best memories.
Twigg, JohnUSS Barbey (FF 1088)EWSNOIJan 1987 – Jun 1989If anyone remembers me drop me a line.
Twigg, NicholasUSS California (CGN 36)ET1RCNov 1970 – Jun 1975Plank Owner
Twigg, RobertUSS Intrepid (CVS 11)E4S7Aug 1, 1969 – Jul 13, 1972I am curious about what other S7 Division members from '69 to '72 are doing now.
Twigg, StevenAssault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)En3BG1 & BG7Mar 1979 – Sep 1981I was assigned to boat 686 & 929. I was also assigned to engine shop.
Twigg, TimothyUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)machinest mate E3machinestDec 1973 – 1976
Twilleager, Steven Wyatt (Doc)USS Beaufort (ATS 2)HM1MedicalJun 5, 1993 – Mar 14, 1996Great ship! Hooyah Deep Sea!
Twine, Kenneth (Ken)USS Fort Snelling (LSD 30)FTG23rdMar 15, 1973 – Jun 15, 1976hey, i remember the 73 Med. Cruise. The Caribbeaning Cruise, going in the yards in Md. Getmo, Haiti..trying to find anyone that was in 3rd FTG's or GM's.. at this time.. had alot of good times.. just would like to hook up..
Twisdale, JacobUSS Saipan (LHA 2)IT3CRJul 9, 2005 –Would rather be turned into a severe case of HPV! Just remember...... Port and starboard even in port.. and 23000 chiefs in a 20 foot space.... And the 4th dimension, time cube, and david icke. Dont forget the gorgeouspill. NO DUPES!!!!!!!!!
Twiselton, Michael profile iconUSS Henry L. Stimson (SSBN 655)mm1(ss)m div1973 – 1977gold crew rocked! ERS and log room yeoman
Twiss, DanielUSS McKean (DD 784)EM3E1975 – 1976
Twiss, JeniferUSS Hunley (AS 31)E4R1Jun 1990 – 1991Sheetmetal Shop - Great Memories with Bear, Galindo, Brooks, Yearick, Bacon, Smitty! I'll never forget Chief Brickley!
Twiss, WilliamUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)E2Feb 13, 1962 – Jul 13, 1962
Twist, MichaelUSS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)YN3Hmmm?Jan 1979 – Sep 1979The ship was second to none. Original port of San Diego to becoming Flagship 7th Fleet, Yokosuka, Japan. WHAT A RIDE!!
Twitchel, BrianUSS Gridley (CG 21)SnDeckOct 1, 1991 – Aug 1, 1993Good times we had with bad chad swenson and vito and darcy want to reach out in kansas city, mo 816-679-5016 i work for the railroad as a signal inspector
Twitchell, ToddUSS Kearsarge (LHD 3)MM3AUXJan 1993 – Aug 25, 1998Plankowner
Twitchell, TwitchUSS Pyro (AE 24)E3 gmg3rd1977 – 1979I think and talk about the old girl alot and recently got in touch with a few old friends.does anybody remember Hoofnagle?or killer and how bout R B TAYLOR
Twitty, ChristopherUSS Port Royal (CG 73)OS1OI01Sep 5, 1997 – Sep 19, 2002I learned more than i knew. Thanks for all the great memories. Bert, adam, sully, mahu, angie, it was great thanks again.
Twitty, DonUSS Plymouth Rock (LSD 29)MMFNM-Div1980 – 1983
Twitty, JamesUSS Richmond K. Turner (CG 20)stg3ca division1991 – Aug 1993
Twitty, ThomasUSS Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49)SK2SupplyMar 1988 – Sep 1990Bad Bob was my first duty station. Great crew and made some great friends during my time on there. Benidorm, Palma De Maorca, Amsterdam, Blue nose. Had Supply Support on lock down. Great times.
Twitty, TonyUSS Vella Gulf (CG 72)IC1CEAug 20, 1992 – Sep 9, 1994Original Plank Owner, DIVO A HOLE
Twitty, TonyUSS Deyo (DD 989)IC2E DivAug 10, 1983 – Aug 10, 1986Great Command and Great Captain: Captain Katz
Twitty, TonyUSS Canopus (AS 34)IC3EAug 1, 1981 – Aug 3, 1983Great Command
Twobulls, WayneUSS Morton (DD 948)EM2Dec 1970 – Mar 1973Great Ship. Great crew.
Twoey, FosterUSS Kingfisher (MHC 56)DC3engineerSep 1995 – Sep 1998Watch for the black snake. Gary Bowman where are you??? E-mail me.
Twombly, Eric M.USS Constellation (CV 64)EW2OWJan 1980 – May 26, 1982She was a great ship, went to great places, had good times and even survived a fender-bender (remember the Banglor Joy crushing our trash sponson?) Lots of good memories and wondering what happened to many shipmates
Twombly, MartyUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)abh e-3v-1Jun 1987 – Aug 5, 1991just looking for my true friends.
Twombly, MichaelUSS Gudgeon (SS 567)QM31966 – 1968
Twomey, JoeNAVCOMMSTA Cam Ranh Bay, VietnamETN-3Crypto Repair (KW-26)Jun 29, 1970 – Jan 22, 1972I was an Electronic Tech - Crypto worked on KW-26s. I served 1 year with a 6 month extention. I ended up as the only KW-26 tech for the Commsta, Receiver Site, Transmiter Site and Naval Air Fac. I also worked for FEC.
Twomey, JohnLong Beach Naval ShipyardAirmanS-6 Aviation SupplyJun 1966 – Jun 1968I'm glad I served on her. I the things I learned were invaluable to me in my later military service with the Army. I attained the rank of Command Sergeant Major (E-9) as a direct result of having served on the Tico.
Twomey, JohnUSS New Jersey (BB 16)bt3BOct 10, 1967 – Jan 21, 1971looking for mates on New Jersey BB62 also Lofberg DD759
Twyman, CarlUSS Spruance (DD 963)ET31982 – 1985Some of the best and most interesting people you would every want to have the pleasure to meet and serve with. I truly hope you all are doing well, I think of the crew and good times often.

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