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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Byrne, Richard (Dick)USS Taconic (AGC 17)SN coxswain LCVP #21st DeckApr 1957 – Nov 1959I was in the 1st Div. and was coxswain on LCVP #2 . I was with her when she landed troops in Beirut. I left her in Nov. 1959 in Barcelona before she went through the Suez. I rode an MSTS to Brooklyn for discharge.
Byrne, RobUSS Nassau (LHA 4)MM3A-GANGDec 22, 1990 – Dec 15, 1995Being on board the Nassau, was a blast had good time and met lots of cool people.
Byrne, ShawnUSS La Jolla (SSN 701)RM1(ss)RadioApr 1, 1992 – Jul 31, 1997Great crew. Great division. Shit work. See a lot of familiar names here. For quite a while we really kicked ass as a crew. Then the earthquake and the torp retreiver. Didn't stay for the fishing boat but heard about it.
Byrne, Shawn (Scooter)USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)ET3OEJun 1992 – Aug 1995
Byrne, StephenUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)As3Im4Jul 1, 1994 – Jul 13, 1997Hope all of the crew from im4 are well and all the old crew in general. Nice to have served with you all.
Byrne, Steve (Burnbag)USS Robison (DDG 12)EW3OperationsNov 1978 – Dec 1979Westpac/IO '79 The Triumvirate - Me, EW2 Jeffrey Koller, and EW3 Charles Colbert
Byrne, ThomasUSS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7)E-3FirstSep 1, 1967 – Dec 15, 1968
Byrne, ThomasUSS Capodanno (FF 1093)CSC PLANK ONWERSupply S2Sep 1973 – Sep 1974Great Crew
Byrne, ThomasUSS Roosevelt (DDG 80)FC1CM and CGJun 5, 2008 – Apr 10, 2013I miss all of you!
Byrne, Thomas "Irish"USS Hue City (CG 66)FC2(SW)CFFeb 11, 2000 – Nov 1, 2003Hey all, doing well. Drop a line.
Byrne, TimothyUSS Knox (FF 1052)LTJGGAMO & 1ST LTDec 1981 – May 1985
Byrne, TimothyUSS Knox (DE 1052)Cdr retiredSecond and FirstDec 26, 1981 – May 5, 1985
Byrne, TimothyUSS Blue Ridge (AGC 2)Cdr retiredNavigatorJun 25, 1985 – Dec 25, 1986
Byrne, William AndyUSS Vulcan (AR 5)fn molderrepair2Dec 5, 1979 – Jan 10, 1982it was some good times and then you remember how good it was hi mr young and mr lindsay i miss you all
Byrne, WormUSS Decker (DE 47)seamanfrist divisionFeb 27, 1973 – Feb 20, 1977you and i hang out together and went to town . my phone #951 6520472
Byrne, Jr., JackUSS Patterson (FF 1061)CAPTAIN (0-6)Commanding OfficerOct 1971 – Aug 1973A "6 week job" to install an experimental CP prop took nearly 2 years before we were free of the Navy yard. Always appreciated how well the crew responded to problems the situation caused. The experiment did prove worthwhile for future ships.
Byrnes, Ann Marie (Peanuts)Recruit Training Command OrlandoSRReg 2 Batt 7 and 9Jul 12, 1974 – Sep 20, 1974Company 3126 (Guideon first 5 weeks - Batt 9) Company 3129 (last 5 weeks - Batt 7) Founder: http://therudderrevisited.com/shipmates4life.html
Byrnes, BobUSS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA 42)PH3OPDec 28, 1974 – Sep 12, 1976Med cruise '75, photog, have the cruise book- still won't give PAO the credit! Yo to Mr. D, Keith, Hike, Bob, Tony, Sid, Ted, Ski, Deiter, Torbert, Kelly ("It don't mean nothin'") And Maldonado (who's not Italian!)
Byrnes, EdUSS Savannah (AOR 4)DC1 (SW)RepairNov 1988 – Jun 1993Best time of my life!!
Byrnes, JackUSS Paul Revere (LPA 248)FT3Gunnery1958 – 1960
Byrnes, JoshuaUSS Black Hawk (MHC 58)YN2(SW)AdminSep 2000 – Jul 2003Only Yeoman onboard after my LPO was discharged for drugs, I learned a lot under fire while making friends that will last a lifetime.
Byrnes, MUSS Hartford (SSN 768)ET2/SSnavMar 2002 – Feb 2004i miss you guys the florida sucks
Byrnes, MikeUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)EN2A-GangJun 1985 – Apr 1989Stumbled across this site and saw a couple names I remembered. I def had some good times. Unitas 87, and alot of time in the warmer climates. Muscle Beach whats up?
Byrnes, RichUSS Russell (DDG 59)OS2OI01Apr 19, 2002 – Oct 19, 2005This command was terrible and still is. The first year was fun in Hawaii but the last 2 1/2 were ridiculous. We had Chief's who had been in for 20 years saying this was the worst command ever. That should tell you something. I'm on a USNS now.
Byrnes, RobertUSS Sierra (AD 18)LTJGPersonnel OfficerMar 20, 1955 – Jun 20, 1956Many fond memories of cruises to Gitmo, Jamaica and Puerto Rico. Otherwise sat in the CE piers in Norfolk and serviced Destroyers. Thoroughly enjoyed my time aboard.
Byrnes, ScottUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)CTO2/ITCOTMar 1, 1994 – Mar 12, 1997Great ship. Interesting times. I still keep in touch with a few members of the ship.
Byrnes, ScottUSS Mobile (LKA 115)BM31st1991 – 1993IF we served together reach out
Byrnes, TerryUSS Swordfish (SSN 579)SK3(SS)SUPPLY STOREKEEPERJul 14, 1969 – Apr 25, 1972
Byrnes, ThomasUSS Pigeon (ASR 21)e-2w/h and deckJul 1989 – Aug 1992just wish i would have tried sooner, to get back in contact with all the really cool people i once new, on and off the PIG
Byrnes Ponder Ladue, Annmarie profile iconUSS Shenandoah (AD 44)DM2RS- Draft ShopFeb 1983 – Feb 1984What an awesome time! I was suppose to come back to the 44 after my "A" School, but no one told me if the school is 12 wks long, you get new orders! Oh Vey! Had a great time on the 44. 2nd reunion in the works!
Byrnes Ponder Ladue, Annmarie profile iconUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)DM2R5-Graphics ShopNov 1985 – May 1988Been great reconnecting with shipmates. Had some great times! Hope everyone has been well.
Byrnside, WesleyUSS William V. Pratt (DDG 44)USS WILLIAM V. PRATTFOXSep 1985 – May 1990
Byrom, AlbertUSS Oklahoma City (CLG 5)EM3E-DivisionAug 20, 1968 – Aug 20, 1970I served on the OK City for my 2 years of active duty in the Navy Reserves. It was a great experience. I was blessed to have my Brother (James W. Byrom BM2) serve with me. I am now a Baptist Pastor in San Antonio Texas.
Byrom, EldridgeUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)yn3engineeringJun 10, 1991 – Oct 16, 1993looking for my friends of C139, Bailey, Hair, Moore and everybody. Class of 91
Byron, Allen Aka Al-bUSS Ingersoll (DD 990)QM31st divisionOct 19, 1983 – Sep 27, 19871st D Brrr! Shout out to the Ebony Crew. Chilly C, Philo-D Al-B. Master G aka George Fowler.. Had crazy fun on DD-990. peace to BM1 powless Rico from Chicago ,Victor B .Ramsey aka Ram Rod EZ-E
Byron, BudUSS Salem (CA 139)FT2-3" 50sFoxJun 1, 1954 – Aug 15, 1957viva Villa France& Niece;Hi Lined off at Sea,Med;Rate & Experience great for life's work-Sales, design in of Electronic Components to OEM Engineering Groups
Byron, DarrenUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)OS2OI1989 – 1992Plankowner
Byron, GardnerUSS Midway (CV 41)ABHANV1Oct 28, 1989 – Dec 28, 1991Email: byron.l.gardner@us.pwc.com MSN: bgardner@innovationaldesigns.com Yahoo: blgardner2k AIM: blgardner33
Byron, JamesUSS America (CV 66)AT3VA-82 BUCKEYESDec 1, 1991 – Jan 1, 1994FLIGHT DECK T/S, F/C FOR TWO MED CRUISES. SHOT THE SUEZ BOTH CRUIZES, SERVED IN 7 CAMPAIGNS. BEST JOB I EVER HAD, SHE WAS MY FAVORITE HOME.
Byron, JamesBlack Falcons (VA 85)AT3Avionics ShopNov 1, 1991 – Jun 22, 1994Joined VA-85 in November, 1991, worked as the day shift flight deck troubleshooter. Best job I ever had.

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