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|Cyphers, Mike||USS Chicago (CG 11)||PN1||x||Mar 18, 1973 – May 16, 1975|
|Cyphert, David||USS L. Y. Spear (AS 36)||BT2||B||May 1982 – Oct 1986|
|Cypret, Ashley||USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)||ABHAN||v-1||Oct 27, 2003 –||This is my first ship and I love it and people I work with|
|Cyprian, David||USS Enterprise (CVN 65)||E3||OPS, OC, ATO, OA||1981 – 1984||Worked in OC and ATO, and in OA Good times, great memories, I miss those times and would do it again. Mid-Rats rule !!|
|Cypriensmith, Karen/"C-smith"||USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)||YN2(SW/AW)||S-0 First Supply Yeoman||Feb 3, 2001 – Apr 24, 2004||The Double R was like no other!!!!! Looking back I complained everyday, but it was all worth it. The friendships were priceless and our journey was unforgetable. USS RONALD REAGAN will always be close to my heart. God Bless America!!!!!!!|
|Cyr, Brett||USS Nimitz (CVN 68)||AA||V-1/V3||Sep 9, 1978 – Jul 9, 1982||LOT S of memories some good, some bad ,the bad fade with time ,glad to have served w all of u guy s like to say hi to saint and keigly and wilson keep on strummin!!|
|Cyr, Daniel||USS George Philip (FFG 12)||E-6/RM1||CR||Oct 1, 1994 – Sep 1, 1997|
|Cyr, David||USS Hayler (DD 997)||HT2||Engineering||1986 – Mar 1988||And a good time was had by all. Good memories Hello to all the HT's|
|Cyr, Dennis / Yoge||USS Brunswick (ATS 3)||HT 3||Engineering||1986 – 1990||Great ship great crew made alot of friends worked hard played harder . Good Times|
|Cyr, Dennis (Shorty)||USS Plymouth Rock (LSD 29)||BM3||2ND||Sep 15, 1968 – Jun 23, 1972||HAD A GREAT TIME. WONDER WHAT HAPPENED TO MR. SEBATH, & CPT. KHEIL. CAN'T WAIT FOR THE SEPT. REUNION IN CHARLESTON S.C. REMEMBER CARIB., MED., AND NORTH ATLANTIC CRUSIES VERY WELL.. WISH YOU WERE STILL WITH US RALPH B.|
|Cyr, Eddie||USS Charlotte (SSN 766)||ETC||Navigation||Jan 2000 –||Commissioning Crew|
|Cyr, Eddie||USS Memphis (SSN 691)||ETC (RETIRED)||Navigation||1986 – 1991||Retired 2005|
|Cyr, Eddie||USS Charlotte (SSN 766)||ET2||Navigation||Jul 1992 – Jun 1995||Plankowner. Retired in 2005, work for the FAA. Great boat|
|Cyr, Eddie||USS Minneapolis-St. Paul (SSN 708)||ET1||Navigation||Jul 1998 – Jul 2002||Best memories of my career|
|Cyr, Eddie||USS City Of Corpus Christi (SSN 705)||ETSN||MS Then ET||Dec 1983 – Sep 1985||Thanks to Walt for helping me make the right decision. BEST COB IN THE NAVY|
|Cyr, Joseph||USS John King (DDG 3)||LTjg||OC||1961 – 1963||Plank-owner and present with Al Sackett at the decommissioning. Great ship and he was a great officer.|
|Cyr, Joseph||USS Goodrich (DDR 831)||RD2||Operations||Sep 1953 – 1954||In 1954 I decided to not re-enlist and so was transferred to the USS Yellowstone (AD-27) before the Goodrich deployed. It was a short tour and a good one. By the way, I did re-enlist on the Yellowstone - a 30-year career|
|Cyr, Keith||USS Bremerton (SSN 698)||MM1(SS)||NUKE||Jun 1991 – Mar 1995|
|Cyr, Lynden (Al)||USS Glover (FF 1098)||Mar 1972 – Jul 1973||ET1|
|Cyr, Mark||USS Nicholson (DD 982)||FT1||1980 – Jul 23, 1982||Submitted by brother|
|Cyr, Mark L.||USS Nicholson (DD 982)||FTM1(SW)||Fox||Nov 26, 1979 – Jul 20, 1982||When you boarded the Nick, the first thing you saw was her crest and motto, "There's None Finer", and you knew this was the truth. We worked hard, and played even harder, and Wesley saw we had enough of both. Be proud, you served her well.|
|Cyr, Marty From Maine||USS Vancouver (LPD 2)||BT2||B||Apr 1, 1985 – Apr 19, 1988|
|Cyr, Marty From Maine||USS Sample (FF 1048)||BT2||B||May 1983 – Apr 1985|
|Cyr, Michael||USS Parche (SSN 683)||MM2||Auxilliary / A Gang||1991 – 1996|
|Cyr, Robert||USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16)||SN / NON-DESIGNATED||Deck 2nd||Oct 25, 1978 – Jan 2, 1980||I served aboard Gilmore 1978 - 1980 and Homeport in LaMaddalena. With fond memories especially those port visits to Spain, evenings at the Big Club in Palau and my deepest respect to our XO who gave his life in service of our country.|
|Cyr, Robert||USS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)||RM3||Comm||Apr 1982 – May 1984||I enjoyed my tour aboard USS Stephen W Groves|
|Cyr, Shawn St.||USS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)||E-1||1st boatswains mates||Nov 1, 1992 – May 30, 1993||great ship!we also had an underway replinishment collision. off coast of florida,damaged strbd elevator and punched holes above waterline.|
|Cyr, Steve||USS Kansas City (AOR 3)||SN||1st||May 1, 1991 – Jun 1, email@example.com|
|Cyr, Steve||Stingers (VFA 113)||AN||squadron||Jun 1, 1993 – Jun 1, 1995|
|Cyr, Steven||USS Kansas City (AOR 3)||SN||1ST||1991 – 1993||NINJA WATCH?WHAT THE HELL IS NINJA WATCH? THATS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU GET DRUNK AND TRY TO (CLIMB) ABOARD SHIP. MAINE MANIAC|
|Cyr (Padilla), Melissa||USS George Washington (CVN 73)||ABE1||V-2||Dec 15, 1999 – Oct 15, 2003||Had a great time onboard!|
|Cyrankowski, Richard Ski||USS America (CV 66)||bt fireman||engineering||Oct 25, 1980 – Nov 12, 1983||i should have kept in touch with my mates.|
|Cyranowicz, Flash||USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49)||ET2 (NON-SW)||OE||Oct 13, 1995 – Oct 13, firstname.lastname@example.org. its always in your head, and in your heart, and always missed|
|Cyree, Jayson||USS Thorn (DD 988)||E-4||A-Gang||Mar 16, 1993 – Dec 12, 1996||That was one wild ride... I still talk about all the messes we made all across this big world. Those times with you guys will never be forgotten. Any of you that wanna drudge up that old stuff give a me a line email@example.com|
|Cyrgalis, Richard (Ziggy)||Tigers (VAH 1)||an3||squadron||Dec 21, 1971 – Oct 31, 1975|
|Cyrus, Christopher J.||USS Mount Hood (AE 29)||BM-2||1st & STREAM||Jan 3, 1984 – Sep 12, 1987||1 Westpac 1 world Cruise. Lots of wild times and many friends. In Seattle now|
|Cyrus, Cleve (Buddy)||Waldomen (VA 66)||AMH-3||VA-66||1978 – 1979||Great times with great friends.|
|Cyrus, Jonathan||USS Barney (DDG 6)||HT3||Repair Division||Aug 19, 1984 – Dec 19, 1987||This was my first ship and where i learned what team work was all about. I still think alot about all the guys, especially EM3 Leroy Felder who drowned in St. Croix. I departed the Navy as an HT1 in December 1999.|
|Cyrus, Robin||USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)||bt3||b division||Mar 1980 – Feb 1984||there no division ljke b division|
|Cyrus, Steven||USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)||AC2||OC||Nov 11, 1994 – Oct 10, 1997||Plankowner, now an airborne Detection Systems Specialist with Dept of Homeland Security.|