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Lytle, FidelUSS Baton Rouge (SSN 689)STS2(SS)SonarJan 3, 1980 – Sep 1, 1983I was called Zippy. First sub. enjoyed evey min.
Lytle, GaryUSS Gallery (FFG 26)AWH2hsl-32 det8Aug 1984 – Mar 1985
Lytle, GaryUSS La Jolla (SSN 701)ET2Comm ETAug 22, 1998 – Jan 1, 2002
Lytle, GeneUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)ABEANV-2Nov 22, 1969 – Jul 21, 1973Newport News, around the Horn, shellback, 2 cruises to 'Nam, war for Bangladesh, 3 years, 6 mo., 10 days on board.
Lytle, JeffreyUSS Seattle (AOE 3)LTADMIN/CHAPSDec 9, 1996 – Dec 11, 1998Good memories of SEATTLE. Out of the USN since 2003. Made O-4 in 2002 and called it "good" and took the uniform off for the last time. Sad to see she was de-commed, although that action was probably overdue. Take care.
Lytle, JeremyUSS Newport News (SSN 750)ET2NAVFeb 5, 2005 – Feb 5, 2009NONE.
Lytle, JonathanUSS Bigelow (DD 942)ETR3/2OEMay 1975 – May 1978First tour. Anyone remember me as being labeled "subversive"? I finished my 22.5 year career as an LDO. Fond memories of time on DD942!
Lytle, JonathanUSS England (CG 22)ET1/C(SW)OEMay 1983 – Aug 1986I retired in 1996 as an LDO LT. My time on England and the shipmates I had the priviledge to work with are the highlight of my 22.5 years. Learned a lot from Mike Martin & Roy Balaconis. USS England was magical!
Lytle, JonathanUSS Halsey (CG 23)Ens/LTJGCSE1989 – 1991I need to confess that I was solely responsible for XO Joe Harris not being able to watch the Master's Golf Tournament. I had my IC'men disconnect the site TV cable on the pier. Sorry if it upset you!
Lytle, JonathanUSS David R. Ray (DD 971)ENSCSE1988 – 1989First Officer tour. I was proud to mentor Steve Leahy! Really enjoyed this tour - many fond memories!
Lytle, JonathanUSS New Orleans (LPH 11)LTCSE1994 – 1996Twilight tour. First time working with USMC -loved joking w/Major Moser & Capt T!! Talented group of ET's working for me!. Great way to cap 22+ year career.
Lytle, KevinUSS Boulder (LST 1190)seamanadministration1988 – 1992Hey skully joe,kazaba,Eastwood,easterwood, and especially you too bm3 haberfield look me up some time 956-9088494
Lytle, LarryUSS Spruance (DD 963)DC2/E5DCMar 1, 1987 – Oct 9, 1990Had a great time during 2 med cruses. Sat on a reef for 3 days at general quarters. Dry docks twice. Guantanamo Bay twice and passed both. Countless Ports. Would do it all over again. RIP 963 you served well...
Lytle, MajorUSS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79)unkownnavyMar 21, 1943 – Jan 4, 1945My uncle was killed during the moming of the shil. Would love to hear from anyone thay knew my uncle.
Lytle, MarkUSS Memphis (SSN 691)STS1SonarMay 1984 – Jun 1989
Lytle, MichaelUSS Mobile (LKA 115)SN3rd1972 – 1972Hello to Bruce Tate, Jimmy Lee Burton, Rose and Hartzel
Lytle, MikeUSS De Wert (FFG 45)HT-3EngineeringDec 1983 – 1987
Lytle, MikeUSS Energy (MSO 436)snrd1965 – 1968retired
Lytle, PrestonUSS Von Steuben (SSBN 632)ETCNAVET1974 – 1977
Lytle, RonUSS Vulcan (AR 5)MR3Main Machine ShopMay 1963 – Dec 1966I remember The NATO cruise in 1964. I remember Gerald Simpson, David Olivares, Allyn Davis, Floyd Zuber. And of course I remember the EM club.
Lytle, TimUSS Pyro (AE 24)GMG23 RDNov 26, 1981 – Feb 12, 1986I miss the old girl and savor the fond memories that I have of her and the crew, it was an honor to have served with you
Lytle, TimUSS Pyro (AE 24)GMG23RDNov 24, 1981 – Jan 15, 1986This had to be the best ship I was on during my Navy career, yes I moved on to newer faster better armed ships, but Pyro and her crew will always be my favorites.
Lytle, TimUSS Antietam (CG 54)GMG1CGJan 8, 1987 – Jun 5, 1991From precom to Desert Shield what a ride
Lytle, Tim "fix It With A Hammer"USS Pyro (AE 24)GMG23RDNov 23, 1981 – Jan 18, 1986What a geat old lady to serve and grow up on, not a day goes by that I don't stop and think for just a moment on the great shipmates I had aboard. Gunner Hecht, Lenny RED Erickson, the Big P, RUFUS Johnson, Tom Echard, Billy Ray Pierce.
Lyttle, BrianUSS Baltimore (SSN 704)STS2WeaponsApr 1992 – Apr 1996Hello everyone! Drop me a line if you remember me
Lyttle, DavidUSS William C. Lawe (DD 763)RM2operationsMay 1970 – Jul 29, 1972A good ship. Made every deployment, and stood in for some of the newer ships that couldn't make theirs. Would like to locate RMC Batten if he is still above ground.
Lyttle, John (Little John)USS Yellowstone (AD 41)mm3pump shop1989 – Mar 1992AAhh! the good old days
Lytton, CedricUSS Thomas A. Edison (SSBN 610)Deck SeamanDeck and ICmanAug 15, 1977 – Jun 15, 1981I'm just trying to connect with RJ Schimdt and Larry Fischer IC2 Schimdt SK3 Fischer. MT3 Chuck. Just wondering how these guys are doing we went on several patrols together.
Lytton, John R "Jack"USS Briscoe (DD 977)ENS/LTJGOEApr 12, 1980 – May 1, 1983Very interesting and informative tour. As a new LDO ensign at the time I got a lot of strong support from my troops which was much appreciated.
Lytton, John R "Jack"USS Stump (DD 978)ETCOESep 1, 1978 – Apr 12, 1980Working for captain Anderson and experience
Lyvers, JeffUSS Forrestal (CV 59)SK2S-9Oct 1987 – Aug 19901st and last command! A ton of great memories, New Orleans, Benidorm and the list goes on......Anyone wanting to chat, throw me a line. S9 "Camelbacks"..
Lyvers, ToddUSS Shenandoah (AD 44)ET-2R4Jul 1, 1983 – Jun 1, 1987Plankowner, Retired, SPAWAR
Lyverse, StevenUSS Springfield (CLG 7)E 5X S1Feb 20, 1971 – Jan 20, 1973Greetings CLG 7 '71-73 crew. I wrote Sea Dog News Fall '71 before S1 position. Some good memories in there. Hope all are well and stay that way. Returned to Gaeta in '92 and '96. seems improved since the 70's. Carry on
L`heureux, Arthur / FrenchieUSS Dubuque (LPD 8)E 3Deck 2 sec.Aug 1967 – Dec 9, 1970Started out in Virginia 1967 & then to Pascagoula as Pre - commissioned crew. Dubuque was commisson 1 Sep 1967 & plank owner. Was in deck dept. 2nd div. Well deck & boat deck crew & crane operator abt. 2 yrs.. Was aboard until 9 Dec 1970.

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