US Navy Crew List

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The Crew List allows former and current sailors to submit their contact information so that old shipmates can find each other. Each command has its own Crew List, listing all people that already registered for the respective command. Once you have registered you can add your entries and contact your shipmates. You may also register if you have not served but want to contact someone listed in any Crew List. If you like this service spread the word and get old and present shipmates to sign up, too.

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Myrkle, William G.USS Haleakala (AE 25)GMG23rdFeb 1967 – Apr 19, 1970I spent 3 years on the Hockey Box from Feb. 1967 till April 1970. 3 West-Pac cruises and 28 months in the combat zone. I made many friends and had many adventures. Times I will never forget.
Myron, DerickUSS Tucson (SSN 770)STS2(SS/DV)SonarApr 8, 1999 – Aug 9, 2003
Myron, JohnsonUSS Vincennes (CG 49)PC3ExecutiveMar 1985 – Oct 1988It was an honor to serve on the Vinny, I was proud to open up the post office, serve under Capt Gee and Capt Rogers. The Vinny will be missed. For all the plankowners, I recommend the book storm center by Capt Rogers. So long Vinny, anyone email.
Myron, McUSS Worden (CG 18)PN3Deck/PersonnelFeb 1, 1990 – Mar 1, 1994My 1st tour of duty and one that I will always remember. The most fun and learning experience I ever had in the Navy. The Deck the department and the Personnel Department I served in was one big family.
Myron, NathanUSS Clark (FFG 11)HT FNrepair1998 – 2000i am a welding supervisor in casper wyoming, I still tell stories about when the skipper called swim call 400 miles off shore.
Myroup, JeffUSS Badger (FF 1071)MM2(SW)Mar 1989 – Dec 1991Just wanted to say Hi. I was the last qualified EOOW, and filled out the last official Log. I was also the last OOD(inport) during the decom ceramony. I still have the QD flags and the Union Jack.
Mysinger, MarkUSS Simon Bolivar (SSBN 641)IC2IC1983 – 1986Great ride. Had a great division. Fun times in the shipyard.
Mysliborski, Linda (Ski)USS Samuel Gompers (AD 37)SnDeckJan 1995 – May 1996
Myslicki, Raymond MichaelUSS Savo Island (CVE 78)SeamanUnknown1944 – 1946I am writing this for my son-in-law,James Myslicki, nephew of Ray, to inform this Crew List site, that Ray died on 1 September, 2011. He was 85, never married and retired from the Post Office 20 plus years ago.
Myslik, Steve 'Slik'Savage Sons (RVAH 5)ADJ2squadron1973 –Heavy 5 was my first operational command after Heavy 3 Framp in Albany. Jumping in and out of intakes before launch and collecting oil samples on touchdown before birds were in their final spot. Crazy!

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