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Cohen, LeonDoerbirds (VT 2)ETCOER1984 – 1989Best command, with the best division and most talented technicians, thanks for making my job easy!
Curtis, Gary "Christian"Doerbirds (VT 2)PR2squadronJan 1970 – Jul 1972
Cross, StevenWarbucks (VT 4)AT3squadronJun 1, 1981 – Jun 24, 1984My naval training and use in the field, has helped with my current job, working on naval communications. For the past 15 years I am proud to continue to serve my country through this job.
Crabtree, DennisEagles (VT 7)AIRMANsquadronApr 29, 1967 – Aug 1, 1969VT 7 used to be stationed at NAS Meridian and that is where i served with my brother Douglas Crabtree. We flew the T-2 Buckeye and were mechanics in that Squadron.
Colson, AlTigers (VT 9) AE 3squadronMar 15, 1971 – Oct 15, 1972 I remember a lot of hot days and cold nights on the flight line,and iwill never forget my old friend Terry Hedglin,may you be with the Lord, old buddy.
Clem, JamesFighting Redhawks (VT 21)VT 21squadronSep 30, 1967 – Sep 30, 1968
Cross, GaryFighting Redhawks (VT 21)AirmansquadronAug 1, 1979 – Sep 1980AK. Storekeeper In maintenance
Coppock, RonaldProfessionals (VT 23)AME2squadronMar 1968 – Aug 1970
Casford, JimTraining Squadron 25 (VT 25)ADJ-3Plane Capt.1969 – 1971The great state of Texas changed NAS Chase field into a state prison. It's name is still Chase Field. I bet the people of Beeville miss all the sailors now. Didn't like us much back then. I'm sure they miss our money.
Castillo, AntonioBoomers (VT 27)abe2safety/natopsDec 27, 1995 – Aug 9, 2008
Coggins, MichaelTraining Squadron 29 (VT 29)AZ-3squadronSep 1971 – Sep 1972
Croom, ScottTraining Squadron 29 (VT 29)RM-2OPERATIONS1971 – 1973
Cassidy, ThomasWise Owls (VT 31)BM21st Lt OfficeJan 1996 – Sep 1997
Crager, SeanTactical Air Control Squadron 11 (VTC 11)E5/OS2(FMF)IT/NAVAL WARFARE LIBRARY/USS TARAWA DETACHMENTApr 1, 1996 – Jan 17, 2000Worked in the Naval Warfare Publication Library and oversaw the IT/Radio group. Acted as Assistant Public Affairs Officer. Performed tactical air traffic control onboard the USS TARAWA and held the position of detatchment supply officer.
Cochran, KevinTactical Air Control Squadron 22 (VTC 22)AC2squadronMar 1988 – Aug 13, 1991Wazzzup Tacron 22 dudes??? Send me a note if you got a minute..
Comedy, DarrenTactical Air Control Squadron 22 (VTC 22)DM3/E-4IntelligenceJun 12, 1982 – Mar 1, 1984First Duty station as an Illustrator Draftsman (DM3) - enjoyed my time here - had great deployments with Amphibious Group 2 - on USS Mt Whitney, USS Saipan, among others - even went to Beiruit - Got promoted to DM2!
Cook, SamuelTactical Air Control Squadron 22 (VTC 22)E5/ Cs2squadronFeb 8, 1994 – Feb 10, 1998
Cook, JohnHurrican Hunters (VW 4)ADR-2RTCAug 22, 1966 – Nov 22, 1966Looking for anyone who may have photo's or remember company 494 in 1966 in San Diego. Coffelt was company commander
Crozier, FrankPioneers (VX 1)AE1squadronMay 1, 1969 –looking for AEC Russell
Chow, Andrew profile iconVampires (VX 9)OS2OpsSep 30, 2000 – Sep 30, 2003Hope all is well... Can’t forget the detachments to Nellis AFB and Key West or 9/11; woke up super early for some reason that fateful morning. Cont. as Contractor at Pt. Mugu after active duty.
Crite, Jerry(Soudabay)Vampires (VX 9)CWO3Ordnance Officer1995 – 1996
Culpepper, JamesSalty Dogs (VX 23)AT2/AT1squadronAug 1, 2002 – Jul 20, 2005Maryland
Calalay, AntonioBloodhounds (VX 30)E7/AMECPersonnel2001 – 2003I was stationed in Security Dept. of NAF Atsugi. There's a fatal accident that happened around March-May 1999 near the main gate (car hit a tree) I'm just looking for the name of the individual that died on that accident
Campshure, JohnBloodhounds (VX 30)AT2squadronApr 1998 – Mar 2000
Chinn, James profile iconDust Devils (VX 31)AO2squadronOct 1997 – Oct 2001
Childress, James/jimBlue Eagles (VXN 8)YN3squadron1978 – 1979Admin
Clay, MichaelYOG 34 (YOG 34)E5MCB1955 – 1957This it to honor my father deceased 09-15-2007. A member of Operation Deepfreeze Wintered over.
Collins, James (Jim)YOG 68 (YOG 68)EN 3TUG BASE SERVIC CRAFT.Nov 15, 1966 – Jun 15, 1968I was engineer on the yogi , with a great crew. Chief LaCazie, EN 1st Jones , SN Duncan ( best man at my wedding ),
Conoley, RolanOshkosh (YTB 757)EN2SERVICE CRAFT ALLOWANCE, NOB NORVAApr 1960 – Jan 1964Served on YOG 107, YOG 78, YTM 147, YTB 757, YTB 766. I was Chief Engineer of the tugs. I commissioned YTB 765 and YTB 766 in late 1963.
Campbell, Doug/gomer/soupMuskegon (YTB 763)EN 332nd St Naval Station-Boat PoolJun 1968 – 1969
Carson, RolfMuskegon (YTB 763)EN1Engineer1989 – 1991Great crew and lots of fun. This was my second tour in Yokosuka--I just love Japan. It would be great to visit again now that I am retired from the Navy
Cox, James RMuskegon (YTB 763)BMCTugmasterAug 22, 1992 – Mar 15, 1995Most fun I ever had working. Hello to all my old crew, hope all is well with you and yours.I'm still Yokosuka serving my 12th year as a Harbor Pilot. You can contact me at Anytime, Jim
Cain, JeffreyWeehawken (YTB 776)FN3Port Operations GuamJan 1, 1994 – Apr 1, 1995Being on the 776 with the crew we had was the best time in my life. People like Seamen Hassey, Walker, Noreaga and Orlando were the greatest. They helped me through one of the hardest times in my life the loss of my mother. The best crew.
Clift, RichardManhattan (YTB 779)EM2EMar 1967 – Oct 1967
Cullen, KevinSaugus (YTB 780)MS2S2May 1988 – May 1990
Chaves, Luis "Lou"Tonkawa (YTB 786)BM1TugmasterJan 13, 1986 – Dec 13, 1988Loved playing with the "Tonka" toy
Collins, MikeKittanning (YTB 787)EM-2Sep 1968 – Sep 1969Great duty
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
Chase, Tommy (Crash)Mandan (YTB 794)BMC-CRAFTMASTERAug 25, 1983 – 1989

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