US Navy Crew List

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Ryan, John profile iconNAVCOMMSTA Kodiak, AKRm3relay station on old woman mountainFeb 1968 – May 1970I enjoyed my year and a half in Kodiak. Started as the Radioman at the weather station, then went to the Relay Station on Old Woman Mountain. We won the 17th Naval District softball. Got to go to All Navy tournament.
Ryan, JohnUSS Gettysburg (CG 64)MS3SupplyAug 18, 1990 – Mar 8, 1994The good old days.
Ryan, JohnUSS Narwhal (SSN 671)TM 3Weapons1986 – 1988
Ryan, John (Jack)USS Rushmore (LSD 14)etsnoperationsMay 1955 – Sep 1956some mates: OB (O'Brian) Moose, DAB, Homer Riley, Rinehart. All blue noses. Live in TX now
Ryan, John A.USS Leyte (CV 32)YN2X, ORAug 16, 1949 – Aug 24, 1951Thanks for the memories LEYTE
Ryan, JonathanUSS Hewitt (DD 966)ENS (PRIOR GM2)CSM2Oct 31, 1997 – Jul 13, 2001Had a great time on the Hewitt but always took life board for granted until spending over one year on an FFG. Westpacs are much better than counter-narcotic deployments. Would love to reconnect with some of my old friends. Email is
Ryan, JosephUSS Bosque (APA 135)LTJGNavy1944 – 1946A ship's physician, I became a Cardiologist and Professor of Medicine at Ohio State University Medical Center and spent my entire career in my home town where wife Laura and I raised 4 chidren. Deceased 12/21/11.
Ryan, Joseph W RyanUSS Tigrone (SS 419)SEAMAN TO IC2(SS)Apr 10, 1963 – Sep 8, 1966Great crew and great duty
Ryan, KenUSS O'Brien (DD 975)FC1(SW)CMDec 18, 1998 – Feb 13, 2003I saw alot of different crews come and go- they were all awesome.
Ryan, KenUSS Ranger (CV 61)ABH3V-5Sep 1989 – Mar 1993Looking forward to meeting any of my old shipmates...
Ryan, KevinUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)MSCSS2Jun 10, 1976 – Apr 28, 1980The best of memories are from my days on the Guadalcanal. I have been assigned to other ships in the fleet, but none that rival those of the Guadalcanal or its crew.
Ryan, KevinUSS Coronado (AGF 11)FNbOct 1971 – Apr 1973having a problem findig people
Ryan, KevinUSS Arneb (AKA 56)btfnb divisionOct 1970 – Aug 1971could not believe was going to the same ship that was on the wall of the mess deck at Great Lakes ROTC, Feel like i became a part of her history ,her last and final cruise to the med.
Ryan, KimberlyUSS Fife (DD 991)SM3Jun 1998 – Jul 2001
Ryan, Leonard P.USS Proteus (AS 19)Storekeeper, 3rd ClassStorekeepingJan 1, 1946 – May 29, 1946I was part of the crew that took the Proteus from Fall River MA to Portsmouth Naval Yard for repairs after WWII.
Ryan, Liam ( Irish Bear)USS Seattle (AOE 3)FTM3Missile1979 – May 20, 1981Met her in Brooklyn Navy Yard when they were adding a Seasparrow missile package. Tromped around the 'hood with Pete Spiro. Took Homie Wilkens from Gilman IA to the Big Apple and Broadway. Bowling in Greenpoint! Yankee's
Ryan, LorenUSS Mansfield (DD 728)mcmessFeb 12, 1954 – May 8, 1956
Ryan, MarcUSS Memphis (SSN 691)MM2RL DIVDec 1999 – Oct 2003Whats up fellas? Hope all you DIG' ITS are doing well!
Ryan, MarkUSS Forrestal (CV 59)ABE2Gear1978 – 1981From the flight deck to the tower, everyday was different. Boss all engines set......Ramp, Groove, Rig the Barricade,Liberty call-Liberty call,,,
Ryan, MartinUSS Baltimore (CA 68)Lt.uncertainJun 1942 – 1946I am posting this for my father, John Carroll Ryan. He served on the USS Baltimore in WWII. I have a couple of photos he took while stationed on the Baltimore that I would like to share.
Ryan, MartinUSS Saratoga (CV 60)E-4G-5Sep 1991 – Jun 24, 1994
Ryan, MeeksUSS Shreveport (LPD 12)CplEmabarked Marine UnitAug 1, 1997 – May 2000Remember the Twin sisters in Malta wow ! Remember the Midget girl she was hot! Anyone want to run aground in the Suez Canal. I almost smoked two egyptian guards that were sent to watch our back. Semper Fi!
Ryan, MelvinUSS Wichita (CA 45)Fireman 1cUSS Wichita1944 – Sep 1945My father is deceased (7-21-1998) Mark Ryan
Ryan, MichaelUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)ABHV-1Aug 11, 1979 – Dec 15, 1982Hey Guys, She was the good old brokinawa. I use to see her being stripped down when she was in Suisun Bay in N. California. Bummed me out when she was used for SINKEX 2002.
Ryan, MichaelUSS Wainwright (CG 28)LT1st; MissileMar 1983 – 1985
Ryan, MichaelUSS Bausell (DD 845)FM1ENA-GANGJan 1975 – Oct 1975I consider the time I spent on the USS Bausell a very interesting part of my life. I encountered many good men and learned a lot as a young man on an amazing ship. I would like to speak to the Seamen that I got to know.
Ryan, MichaelMV Cape Decision (T-AKR 5054)HT 3REPAIRNov 1970 – Feb 3, 1974Was just wondering how many shipmates are still out there
Ryan, Michael (Mike)USS Austin (LPD 4)MM3EngineeringJan 1974 – Jul 1974Had a geat Carib cruise before leaving for Nuc School. Met a lot of great guys on this ship, but the Marines were always in the way. I remember watching Clockwork Orange for two weeks because that was te only movie the ship had - rather strange!
Ryan, Michael D.USNS Pomeroy (T-AKR 316)CHIEF MATEDeckNov 22, 2003 – Mar 17, 2004
Ryan, MikeUSS Oldendorf (DD 972)GSE2MPJun 10, 1990 – May 18, 1993Those were some of the best times of my life. I miss her and everyone I seved with. Would love to hear from you guys.
Ryan, MikeUSS Caron (DD 970)GSE3MPMar 1, 1987 – Oct 1, 1988
Ryan, MikeUSS Platte (AO 186)mm2engineringAug 3, 1989 – Aug 2, 1992Had some fun times. Would love to hear from people who were on the ship the same time frame as me.
Ryan, PatUSS Elliot (DD 967)LTJGDC1990 – 1993I was sad to hear that the ELLIOT was decommissioned, I have lots of memories of my time aboard; both good and bad. I know that the Navy marches on, new ships replace old, but I will always have a fondness for DD 967.
Ryan, PatUSS Texas (CGN 39)IC1Interior Communications - Nuc1976 – 1980I remember the fun we had, Fred, Stansbury, Duffy, Waz, Wilson, Martin, Vance. Worked at Clinton Power Station in Ops ever since I got out of the Navy, retired and went back as a contractor.
Ryan, PatrickUSS Preble (DDG 88)GM2 (SW)WSApr 17, 2002 – Aug 1, 2004Plankowner
Ryan, PatrickUSS Dubuque (LPD 8)GM3Deck 3rdOct 1, 1998 – Jun 15, 1999I was stationed in Sasebo Japan and Preformed the Navy's 1st complete Hull Swap. It was with the USS Juneau (LPD 10).The Crew of the "Duke" became the Mighty J. The Juneau stayed in Japan, and the Dubuque went bakc stateside.
Ryan, PatrickUSS Juneau (LPD 10)GM33rdJun 15, 1999 – Nov 1, 2001I came to the Might J in Japan from the Dubuque LPD 8. The Navy's first Complete Crew Swape.
Ryan, PatrickUSS San Juan (SSN 751)EM1(SS)ElectricalJul 10, 1986 – Oct 20, 1990Mik was, in fact, the Mad Russian

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