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Curtis, PaulUSS Truett (FF 1095)GMT3AS1978 – 1980Boston was the best time I ever had in the Navy. Maybe a little too good, now that I look back on it. Went back a couple of years ago, shipyards long gone. What's up TJ?
Curtis, PaulUSS Dixie (AD 14)PN3Chaplain's YeomanJun 1962 – Mar 1963Chaplain's Yeoman for CDR Wohlert, First Div Yeoman for Lt. John Smith, Westpac Cruise 1962
Curtis, PeteUSS Suribachi (AE 21)SA-SN1stNov 17, 1956 – Dec 13, 1957plankowner
Curtis, PeterUSS Suribachi (AE 21)sn1stNov 13, 1956 – Dec 15, 1957PLANK OWNER
Curtis, R. W. "Curt"USS Saint Paul (CA 73)SN/SM...SM31st. & CM/SignalJan 5, 1968 – Oct 20, 1969March 1968: Gunline " Tonkin Gulf" relieved by The Battleship New Jersey March 1969: Gunline " Tonkin Gulf " relieved the Battleship New Jersey, Deployed to Sea of Japan "45 ship task force" N. Korea and Red China
Curtis, RandieUSS Sperry (AS 12)HT2sheet metal shop/ lag shop/tech library1980 – 1982Remember (Cardiac) LT Musto he was the best. Weneed more people like him. God Bless Bruce Hazen!
Curtis, RichardUSS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)EM3Sep 8, 1997 – Sep 2001Served as Weapons Elevator Mechanic
Curtis, RichardUSS Aeolus (ARC 3)lt.j.g.EngineeringDec 2, 1969 – Dec 2, 1969I had a tough time coming aboard fresh out of OCS six months after the last DCA left the ship. I remember getting something like a negative 1200 on our D.C. drills in Gitmo.
Curtis, Richard (Dick)USS Chicago (CG 11)ETCOEAug 28, 1966 – Apr 5, 1970Got high-lined aboard off the USS Buchanan in the Tonkin Golf to report for duty as an ETR2. Walked off in San Diego in April 1970 as an ETC. Retired in 1991 as ETCM, Great tour on the Chicago. Where is ETCM Smith?
Curtis, RixUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)AOANG-3Aug 10, 1992 – Oct 10, 1994i jumped with Kast..Kennedy dive team baby!
Curtis, RobUSS John Rodgers (DD 983)STG 1AS1978 – 1981
Curtis, RobUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)STG 2AS1976 – 1978My first ship. Mid-East Cruise. 1976 Bi-centenial in Jidda Saudia Arabia, Whoop-tee-do.
Curtis, RobertUSS Forrestal (CV 59)AE2VA-83Aug 1974 – Sep 1976Just looking to say Hi to former shipmates.
Curtis, RobertUSS Harder (SS 568)EM 2Electrician1967 – Apr 2, 1970I served during 2 North Atlantic runs, and 1 West Pac run. I was aboard while we were stationed off North Korea after Pueblo was captured. I rode her through the Panama Canal when we changed home ports from Charleston to San Diego.
Curtis, RobertUSS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16)E2Deck Dept1979 – 1980This was my first command. I have many good and not so good. I learned how to sweep from Manez. Apparently i did not know. Remember the faintale line snapping and cutting the XO in half. Still tough to think about. Loved
Curtis, Robert "glenn"USS Prime (MSO 466)EN2Feb 4, 1954 – Sep 14, 1957
Curtis, Robert (Bob)USS Tripoli (LPH 10)IC2Interior CommunicationsMay 1, 1970 – Mar 3, 1971First assignment out of BEEP school and prior to going to Nuke School. I served engineering watches, showed the ships movies to earn/extra 25 cents/day and get a meal chit,getting ships movie from officers mess = fancy desert every nite
Curtis, Robert (Bob)USS Tripoli (LPH 10)PO2/IC2Interior CommunicationsMar 1, 1970 – May 3, 1971
Curtis, Robin TUSS Wainwright (CG 28)E4/EWOPSJan 28, 1991 – Nov 10, 1993WOW! What memories. Enough to last a lifetime. Thanks to everyone I served with, especially Nic, Jeff, Elder, and Allen. Fritch you are not forgotten.
Curtis, RussUSS Black (DD 666)MM3Machist MateMay 1965 – 1967
Curtis, RussellUSS Denebola (AD 12)S1/CSOPA ComplementMar 1, 1944 – Dec 10, 1944Served abroad the Denebola during the evasion of Southern France
Curtis, RussellUSS Furse (DD 882)S1/CJul 10, 1945 – Apr 30, 1946Sailed out of Texas on board the Furse on its maiden shake down cruise.
Curtis, Russell (Don)USS Bausell (DD 845)MRFNR - MachinistDec 16, 1966 – Nov 16, 1968
Curtis, Russell DonUSS Bausell (DD 845)MRFNRDec 16, 1966 – Nov 14, 1968
Curtis, ScottUSS John C. Calhoun (SSBN 630)MM2(SS)Nov 1988 – Jun 1991I am very grateful to have served in one of the greatest military services in the world. Submarine duty becomes more intriguing to me as time passes. Anyone remember the turkey dinner that put half our crew in the rack for two days?
Curtis, ScottUSS Olympia (SSN 717)MM1Nov 1993 – Sep 1994
Curtis, SeanUSS Tecumseh (SSBN 628)MT2/SSMTOct 1987 – Oct 1991Came onboard right after DASO. One of the greatest times of my life. I even miss JR. Taught me that nothing is too tough that you cannot overcome.
Curtis, SeanPiqua (YTB 793)MT2/SSopsJun 1989 – Aug 1989Served on board the piqua, natic and saugus in holyloch. even though i was a bubblehead, the people treated me great. Wouldn't trade it for the world. power pulls rule
Curtis, ShelleyUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)HMC (SW/AW)MedicalFeb 1998 – Mar 2001
Curtis, SonnyUSS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)EM3E2Jun 10, 1977 – Aug 10, 1980Plankowner. Ike Jazz Band. I think of the guys from E2 division all the time. Wish I'd stayed in!
Curtis, StanleyUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)DMSN1C-Jun 1968 – Jul 1970I was assigned to the precommissioning unit in June of 1968 @ Norfolk Naval Station. When we moved on board the ship that November I was assigned to C-Division. I was an Illustrator Draftsman (DMSN1). I s erved aboard until July of 1970.
Curtis, Stanley profile iconUSS John F. Kennedy (CVA 67)DMSNMCICJun 16, 1968 – Jul 24, 1970PLANK OWNER: I was an.Illustrator Draftsman. I transferred to Pre-commissioning Unit Norfolk NB from U.S.S. Saratoga CVA-60.
Curtis, StevenUSS La Salle (AGF 3)FC2(SW)3rd DeckNov 24, 1998 – Oct 13, 2001Great duty, would go back any day of the week.
Curtis, StevenUSS George Philip (FFG 12)FC1(SW)CMNov 2001 – Feb 2003Ah CARAT '02 was way to much, I'm still having flashbacks.
Curtis, StevenUSS James Madison (SSBN 627)ET2/SSNavigation1979 – 1982I was on the boat for the Long Ship yard period, Sea trials, and several patrols. I would like to get in touch with Tim Ross and Richard Bliss. Both were NavET's
Curtis, StevenUSS Simon Lake (AS 33)ET2 SSW-5Jan 1983 – Feb 15, 1984Transfered from USS James Madison. Served aboard the Simon Lake until leaving the Navy in 1984. Lots of good friends and good memories
Curtis, TannarrianUSS Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49)SNdeckMay 6, 1994 – Aug 13, 1996
Curtis, TherralUSS Scott (DDG 995)FC1CFNov 1987 – 1991This was my first Ship
Curtis, ToddUSS Sterett (CG 31)os1oiMar 20, 1974 – Mar 20, 19791974 -1979 4 west packs, maid some great buddies!!
Curtis, TonyUSS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)ABFAN, E2, E1, E2, ABFANV-4 FUELS PURPLE SHIRTFeb 1, 1980 – Nov 27, 1983ANTOINE-DE-SADE INTERESTING EXPERIENCE, HAD A BLAST! What happened anyway those first two years? Where is Troy Milton, Gerald Schuster, CWO4 Reiterman and others? I still have a ziggy man ship patch. Still clean in NA, Jan-82 Sturgis, SD

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