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Kyle, Rea-ernstUSS Seattle (AOE 3)GMG3(SW)WepsJul 1997 – Sep 2000Seemed like it would not ever end! Had a great time though and met a lot of great people!! I would do it all over again! YEAH RIGHT! :)
Kyle, RobertUSS Juneau (LPD 10)SeamanCommissary DepartmentJul 1, 1969 – Dec 18, 1972I was hand picked by the XO for the position in Commisary. After five months I as transfered to 1st Division, then I worked in the Deck Office for the 1st LT. I was a plank owner.
Kyle, SmithUSS Princeton (CG 59)STG2(SW)CA01Jun 13, 2000 – Sep 27, 2004The royal brain, Lipps & A**holes, & ASW Radio. Good stuff.
Kyle, TimUSS Independence (CV 62)E-4 AOG11988 – 1990
Kyler, Eric (Skippy)USS Memphis (SSN 691)ET2 / SS (NUKE)Reactor ControlsJun 1992 – Jul 1996Known as "Skippy". Got out of the Navy in 1996 and since that time went to school and earned a Bachelors & Master's Degree, both with high honors. Now working as a Chaplain in the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Kyles, EddieUSS Shoup (DDG 86)CTM3(SW)OTJul 30, 2002 – Jul 1, 2004 They say your best command is your last one. I guess that's true because I really miss the crew. They were like family. I can't wait to get back on another ship and hope it's as good as the Shoup.
Kyles, GregoryUSS Springfield (CLG 7)CYNFlag1970 – 1971Came aboard in Norfolk just out of dry dock. After Carribean we went to Mobil Ala for Mari Gras. Went over to Gaeta (scary trip), goodwill tour to Athens, Rota, Izmir, and Malta. Tallest on Ship - everybody call me Tree.
Kyles, Ronald (Tex)USS Mispillion (AO 105)SK 4Store KeeperApr 25, 1966 – Jul 25, 1969Came aboard the Mispillion when it was still in dry docks in Virgina still being converted to a Super Tanker, left Virgina, & on a Caribbean cruise stopping in the Bahamas, Gitmo and then through the Panama Canal, Mex on to Long Beach, CA.
Kyles, WillUSS James Madison (SSBN 627)ETC(SS)NAVETSep 1989 – Dec 1991
Kyllonen, BobUSS Camden (AOE 2)sn/e-3deck division and other placesApr 15, 1977 – May 17, 1979Been long enough...guess all the secrets are safe....was a pretty good time...I know we had the only purple hallways in the much red lead an 1-17...thanks my lack of daylight friends....E-mail me guys..check in
Kyllonen, BobUSS Kinkaid (DD 965)snops1975 – 1977Plank Owner proud of it. Panama Canal 5 or 6 times, we knew the monkeys by name...Been along time, a lot of good times...I owe a thanks to a lot of you..shit most of us were just kids....thanks for watching out for me...
Kylmala, RickUSS Haleakala (AE 25)RM1operationsFeb 22, 1978 – May 18, 1981Spent most of my time in the firrst class mess, was the ships 3M coordinator and 6 months a Mdmaa.
Kylmanen, Ken "Chip"USS Rockbridge (APA 228)BM32nd1965 – 1967
Kyne, Dennis profile iconUSS Lynde McCormick (DDG 8)SK3/2S-1Apr 7, 1972 – Apr 14, 1974I reported aboard as a SK3 selectee for SK2, was sent to Commissary records school right away and then did that along with Supply Dept. DCPO for next 18 months. Reenlisted for Photography school. Retired as a PHC 1990
Kyne, Dennis profile iconUSS Ranger (CV 61)PHCOPJan 1983 – May 1985Reported aboard as a PH1 left as a PHC
Kyne, Dennis profile iconUSNS Dutton (T-AGS 22)PH2Oceanographic Unit 2Aug 1977 – Jul 1978a whole lot of boredom.
Kyne, PatrickUSS Sturgeon (SSN 637)ETR2RCMay 1973 – Nov 1976
Kynor, SeanUSS Texas (CGN 39)MM2LSep 7, 1989 – May 7, 1993
kyper, tomUSS Cayuga (LST 1186)ENC(SW) USN RETIREDLPO M & FUELSNov 20, 1980 – Jul 7, 1984HAD A LOT OF FUN TIMES & LONG DAYS
kyper, tomWauwatosa (YTB 775)ENC(SW) USN RETIREDCHANGApr 15, 1984 – Jun 3, 1987LOT OF LONG HRS. WITH A GREAT CREW
Kyper, TomUSS Ainsworth (FF 1090)EN2 / EN1AGANG AUX2Apr 3, 1976 – Aug 1, 1977great ship & crew
Kyper, TomUSS Badger (FF 1071)ENCAGANGMay 6, 1987 – Apr 6, 1990GREAT SHIP & CREW
Kyper U.s.n. Retired, TomUSS Badger (FF 1071)ENCAJul 16, 1987 – Jun 8, 1990
Kypke, RodmanUSS Missouri (BB 63)LT SC1944 – 1944My father was a crew member on BB 63 when she was originally commissioned, thus a plankowner. Later transferred to USS Oakland; anchored in Tokyo Bay, close to the Mighty Mo, witnessed the surrender ceremony.
Kypke, RodmanUSS Oakland (CL 95)lieutenantscDec 25, 1944 –My father came aboard 12/25/44, right after the typhoon. Served during several campaigns; was aboard the Oakland at the surrender in Tokyo Bay and the Occupation. Was aboard ferrying Marines from SP to San Francisco.
Kyriak, VincentUSS Massachusetts (BB 59)2ND CLASSMay 1943 – Nov 1945
Kyriazis (Heinzemann), JonathanUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)GM3WEAPONS G-2Nov 2002 – Jul 3, 2006
Kyser, HerbertUSS William V. Pratt (DDG 44)Rmsn kyserOperationsAug 4, 1990 – Dec 6, 1991Good see some familiar names
Kyser, John profile iconUSS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)MsMess management1981 – 1983Plank owner had some great times
Kyser, WilliamUSS Meredith (DD 890)HT3Welding shop1975 – 1976First ship out of A school
Kyser Jr, Ken profile iconCrusaders / Sunliners (VA 81)AMS3VA-81 / Airframes1981 – 1984What Memories?.... They will last a lifetime!
Kysor, Benjamin ( Chuck)USS Jouett (CG 29)BT3engineeringOct 9, 1984 – Nov 13, 1989I am looking for vince walton
Kysor, Benjamin C. (Chuck)USS Jouett (CG 29)BT3ENGINEERINGJun 8, 1985 – Nov 18, 1989VINCE IF YOU READ THIS SEND ME AN E-MAIL
Kysor, VicUSS Semmes (DDG 18)SM2May 1, 1969 – Oct 20, 1972
Kyte, GaryUSS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)LcdrOW1988 – 1990Great tour as an EW1.
Kyte, GaryUSS Biddle (CG 34)LcdrOT1984 – 1987EWSN to EW2. Great ship!
Kyte, GaryUSS Sterett (CG 31)LCDRCICO1993 – 1994Great tour as CICO.
Kyte, GarySIMA San DiegoLCDREW1991 – 1993EWC in charge of the SLQ-32 shop
Kyte, James S.USS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)DM3ExecDec 1963 – Dec 20, 1965I was the ships draftsman fro two years aboad the Iwo. made 2 wespac cruises.what an experience. those I served with were great guys. I'm very glad I did it!

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