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Rynearson, William Knightriders (VA 52)MSSAsquadronJan 1994 – Jan 1995I wasn't there long before being shipped off to the Kitty-Hawk, but in my short stint in the Navy, VA-52 has my favorite memories. Thanks for making my first assignment my best/favorite.
Rynearson, William USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)MSSNS-5Jan 1994 – Sep 6, 1998
Ryner, ActonUSS Miller (FF 1091)EMEJan 1977 – Sep 1980Those were the best times of my life. I often miss some of my buddies
Ryner, GregUSS Mount Hood (AE 29)SH3S-3Nov 1988 – Jul 11, 1992Enjoyed my experience with my vast number of jobs on board and miss my shipmates. I couldn't have asked for better shipmates. Look forward to numerous reunions. And yes I still cut hair and still enjoying it.
Ryner, RichardUSS Ponce (LPD 15)HT-2R DivisionNov 28, 1972 – Feb 25, 1976Richard A Ryner
Rynes, Matt "superman"USS Providence (SSN 719)MM2(SS)A-GangMar 18, 2002 – May 25, 2005Windingo and being supermanand alll that jazz
Ryniak, GeorgeUSS Opportune (ARS 41)EN3Engineering/A-GangJul 1988 – Nov 11, 1991Good old ship with a great crew. Miss playing guitar with Tedricks and doc Johnson and miss the old hole snipe crew in B1 and B2. It was a pig boat but it would tow anything. RIP Opportune It was fun serving on her.
Ryniewicz, CraigUSS Fox (CG 33)LTAUX/R DivFeb 1984 – Oct 1986Fond memories now; however, it wasn't so much fun back then. Anyone remember "PIER PAC '84?"
Ryniewicz, CraigUSS Bradley (FF 1041)LTNAV / AdminNov 1986 – Nov 1987Great time on WestPac '86/'87. Made some lifelong friends.
Rynning, IrvingUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)DS1OEFeb 1974 – Aug 1978
Ryno, MichaelUSS Fidelity (MSO 443)EM1EngineeringOct 1985 – Dec 1988
Ryno, SteveUSS Kalamazoo (AOR 6)SN-HT3Deck - RJan 1984 – Jun 1986HOBOKEN ! Daigler Brothers ! "Tater-Dipper" Moss, my mentor ! Wish I had stayed onboard, alot of good guys on her ! Spent last two years onboard The Coral Sea w/ fellow Zoo shipmate Billy Mack Bryan...anyone heard of these guys ??
Ryon, AlisaUSS Acadia (AD 42)BM22nd DivJan 1986 – Jun 1987
Ryon, DougUSS Bellatrix (AF 62)SN / BM3Deck1963 – 1964Living in Rochester, N.Y.
Ryon, DougUSS Chowanoc (ATF 100)BMDeck1964 – 1965Living in Rochester, N.Y.
Ryon, DougUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)BMDeck1965 – 1966Living in Rochester, N.Y.
Ryon, ScottUSS Prairie (AD 15)E-3M DivisonnFeb 13, 1976 – Jun 19, 1979Worked in the forward Engine room
Rys, William (Bill)USS Vreeland (FF 1068)MM1M-Aux 1 WCSApr 1977 – Apr 1, 1978Joined the ship in April, 1977 while in Gitmo (good times?). Thanks to the XO, who was anxious to see a Snipe re-enlist instead of go to the brig or over the hill, I received an offer that I could not refuse, reenlisted and left.
Rys, William (Bill)USS Ajax (AR 6)MM1R-2Apr 15, 1978 – Jan 20, 1980I came aboard the "Foaming Tender" upon her return from a Westpac; spent some time at NASCO for the overhaul and refitting of all the berthing compartments. Transferred to FTC SD after San Francisco port visit in 1979.
Rys, William (Bill)USS Ainsworth (FF 1090)MM3M then RJan 11, 1973 – Apr 1, 1974I joined the crew in the barracks at NOB in early January; like Mike Chew, I had THE '69 Mustang, but it was a Meadowlark Yellow Mach I. Still looking for Bill Kelley, a fellow nuke drop out who I lost track of in 1976.
Rys, William (Bill)USS Ajax (AR 6)MM1R-2 38AApr 1978 – Jan 1980Worked in the Outside Machine shop; had some good times at 32nd St. NAVSTA. Worked some, played some, etc; great port visit to San Francisco after spending a few months at Nassco for an overhaul.
Rys, William (Bill)USS Grand Canyon (AR 28)MM2R-2 38CApr 1974 – Dec 1976Had some great times at Mayport, with occasional excursions to the Bahamas, Pensacola, NOB Norfolk, Newport, Bayonne, and Earle NWP. One of my favorite commands during my 20 years in the USN.
Rys, William (Bill)USS Vreeland (FF 1068)MM1Eng.- M DivisionMar 1977 – Apr 1978Did a year on the "Mighty Vree", began with a trip to Gitmo, some trying times in Engineering going through an OPPE, being towed back home, etc. Best part was UNITAS XVIII during the summer of '77. Would do it again...
Rys, William (Bill)Naval Base San DiegoMMCMM/BT Advanced MaintenanceMar 1980 – Apr 1983Taught Auxilliary Turbine Maintenance with my partner in crime, MMC Frank Garcia. We made Chief together while at FTC. Nice shore duty tour; regular working hours and maybe 3 actual duty days the entire 3 years there.
Rys, William (Bill)USS Acadia (AD 42)MMCR-2; Shop 56BApr 1983 – Apr 1985Work Center Supervisor in the AC&R shop. Caught the ship in DGAR during the first West Pac, transferred off while at Yokosuka in the middle of the second trip. Enjoyed lots of good times, liberty ports, etc.
Rysewyk, BrentUSS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52)HM1MedicalOct 29, 1999 – Oct 1, 2002
Ryssman, OttoUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)EM2EApr 1973 – May 1975Enjoyed 2 WESPACs the second included operation Eagle Pull. Good Ship and I learned a lot!
Rysz, DanUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)ET-3OE011978 – 198132 radar tech 78-81 Dave Jones are you out there? hail Joe Ballard, making short timers calendars? Dick Gee, how is the white socks going for you? Remember ploeg, nashiv, gibson, medina,womack No smiity I'm not sharin my locker!
Ryzkiewicz, Kevin Aka The RockUSS Estocin (FFG 15)HT2EMO4May 1, 1984 – Jul 31, 1987HAD MANY GOOD TIMES & SERVED WITH THE BEST CREW THE NAVY HAS EVER SEEN
Rzasa, DarrenUSS Memphis (SSN 691)ET2(SS)Apr 13, 2002 – Apr 17, 2005
Rzepa, MattUSS Thorn (DD 988)GSCSMPApr 28, 1980 – Oct 30, 1983Worked with some of the finest sailors in the fleet aboard her. Retired as GSCM in 1986
Rzepka, JoeUSS Topeka (SSN 754)EM2(SS)1997 – Oct 18, 2001Met some real characters, still keep in touch with a few. Most of the really bad memories are fading now, just left with the good ones. Really helped shape me into who I am today.

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