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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Szczepanski, MarkUSS Richard L. Page (DEG 5)ETR3OEAug 16, 1972 – Nov 14, 1975Made the entire Operation Pegasus in Athens,Greece;had a great time serving aboard;was the ship's librarian,broadcaster on the Page CCTV network and radio station;also served as secretary to the OE department CO
Szczepanski, MarkUSS Richard E. Byrd (DDG 23)EM3ElecctricansJun 20, 1976 – Oct 12, 1979
Szczepanski, Randy "Ski"USS Independence (CV 62)EM-3electricalJun 15, 1979 – Jun 15, 1982would like to be able to communicate with my old long lost squid buddies. HOPE that YOU ALL are still out there!
Szczepanski, StanUSS Forrestal (CV 59)AD2AIMD1976 – 1979I will never forget this time of my life.
Szczerba, ChrisLCU 1661 (LCU 1661)EN1Chief Engineer1993 –
Szczesny, MikeUSS Key West (SSN 722)MM3AJun 6, 2002 – Mar 20, 2005
Szczuplak, RayUSS Columbus (CG 12)SEAMAN4th DeckDec 1966 – Sep 1968Served on the Columbus from late '66 thru Sept.'68 in the 4th Deck Div. Made the Med Cruise, visited New Orleans. Many fond memories of the Tall Lady and my shipmates. Hope to reconnect with old friends at the upcoming Oct.'08 reunion.
Szczyradlowski, Chief SkiUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)SKCOct 15, 1990 – Nov 30, 1993I miss the port calls in the med. I don't miss the sound. Glad to be retired. I guess I was burnt out of the navy life by the time I got to the sound. Don't get me wrong. I am pround of my service.
Szczytko, BillUSS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654)SK3 (SS)SupplyJun 10, 1968 – Oct 7, 1970Gold Crew
Szech, DanielUSS Lake Champlain (CG 57)GSM2GSJul 11, 1989 – May 20, 1992Couldn't wait to leave back then, but looking back it was pretty damn fun. Had one awesome westpac, then the next one wasn't as good. That was a long time ago.
Szech, EdUSS Repose (AH 16)E-41965 – 1966I am writing about by brother who served on the Repose as a corpsman. I am so proud of him and he has gone through a lot since coming home from NAM. He is getting involved with a reunion here in Baltimore. God bless all of you who served.
Szegda, ChrisUSS Ingersoll (DD 990)Ic3Combat systemsDec 3, 1989 – Dec 3, 1993
Szejniuk, NathanUSS Vega (AF 59)SN (HM Striker)DeckAug 1976 – Mar 1977I was a Deck Seaman who sturck to be a Hospital Corpsman. I want on to retire as an HMC(SW/AW). I served with then HMC Greg Cooper who helped me get to HM A School in San Diego, Ca.
Szekeres, John MUSS Hector (AR 7)SAO 310thDec 10, 1943 – Nov 25, 1945Plank Owner
Szelich, John / OpieUSS Sellers (DDG 11)MM2M- Div Main Control1981 – May 1985
Szelich, John / OpieUSS Canopus (AS 34)MM238A Outside Repair R-9May 1985 – Nov 1986
Szelmeczki, SteveUSS Miami (SSN 755)MM2'A" GangApr 1996 – Aug 1999Some of the best days of my life were on that boat, even if I didn't realize it at the time. Great shipmates, great memories.
Szerdy, BrianUSNS H. H. Hess (T-AGS 38)E4Nav ETJun 1, 1988 – Feb 28, 1989
Szerdy, BrianUSS George Washington Carver (SSBN 656)E4Nav ETOct 15, 1985 – Jun 1, 1988
Szerencits, DonaldUSS Nitro (AE 23)E3MM1970 –
Szerokman, JamesUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)GM2/GM1(SW)CSVJan 20, 1996 – Feb 1, 20015 years and 23 days onboard and enjoyed every one of them. The AWR was always undermanned but got the job done. Survived 2 med cruises, numerous 3 month underways and of course the collision. I'LL NEVER FORGET THAT......54 straight hours awake!
Szewczyk, Dennis profile iconUSS Milwaukee (AOR 2)E2Deck CrewApr 9, 1974 – Aug 22, 19751974 (Norfolk) - 1975 (Philly).....favorite memories include the summer of '74, cruising the Med, chipping paint in the sun - while the country is in chaos a world away as Nixon resigns...made/miss many great friends.
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Szilagyi, SamUSS Serrano (AGS 24)Dm2 draftsman second classV1962 – 1963Looking for Powell Qm3, Ltjg Stratton.Thanks to Lijg Stratton and fantail conversation in Indian Ocean graduated college, graduate school Lehigh University, and Harvard University. National Academy of Science researcher.
Szitta, JoeUSS Sample (DE 1048)ET2OE1972 – Jul 1974Aloha, ET Gang. What a Rockin' and Rollin' time we had!
Szklenski, Kirk (Ski)USNS San Diego (T-AFS 6)BT 3MPJan 1987 – Sep 1990I DID 3 MED`S AND 2 OR 3 GITOMOS,I WAS ALSO IN THE BOILER ROOM WHEN THE USS NORFOLK DECIEDED TO BACK INTO US.I HAD A GOOD TIME ONBOARD AND STILL KEEP IN CONTACT WITH BT 3 RICK W.,BT 2 GORDY N WHO I SERVED WITH.
Szloboda, NaomiUSS New Orleans (LPD 18)ICFA2007 –
Szobota, Scott (Bota)USS Ranger (CV 61)BM33rd DivisionOct 17, 1978 – 1980two westpacs with the glorious third herd , deck dept. Shout out to the barrio,and the ghetto, if Mchales Navy was fiction we were the next closest thing to the reality I will remember you all and the times we had
Szoke, William/billUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)E-3M/DIV #2MMRDec 1974 – Jun 1978SHE WAS THE BIGGEST THING I EVER SAW WHEN I CAME ABOARD IN NEWPORT NEWS,VA . I`VE BEEN ASKED ABOUT HER ALL THE TIME.LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES,GOOD TIMES. WOULD LIKE TO THROW OUT A THANKS TO TUT, TUCKER, AND HARVEY BEAVERS
Szollosi, DennisUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)RD3OIJun 1968 – Apr 13, 1970plank owner
Szorc, ChristopherUSS Tripoli (LPH 10)AGAR - AG2OA DivisionJun 15, 1979 – Nov 30, 1983First ship, came onboard during yard period, 2 westpac cruises.. Great bunch of guys in the division, for the most part at least.
Szostak, John / StakUSS Hewitt (DD 966)STG3Combat SystemsJun 23, 1991 – Mar 10, 1994Where else could you find: "Steel Beach Picnics"? Crossing the equator? .50 cal gunwatches in the Gulf and the Red Sea? Minesweeping in the Gulf? Launching Tomahawks at Saddam?
Szovati, GaborUSS Constellation (CV 64)AT1IM-3Jan 28, 1985 – Jan 1988
Szoyka, CarlUSS McClusky (FFG 41)QM2ONMay 1982 – Aug 25, 1985Fun time on the mighty mac.
Szpyrka, RickUSS Conflict (MSO 426)RM2Operations1968 – 1970
Szramski, SkiOak Ridge (ARDM 1)DC 3Dock Div.1969 – 1972Crazy guys felt right at home we had a ball(when I wasn't on restriction)
Szretter, PaulUSS Abraham Lincoln (SSBN 602)ETN-2(SS)NAVETApr 1976 – Sep 1980
Sztejter, AlbertUSS Columbus (CG 12)FTM-1T-2/T-1May 1966 – May 1970Started in T-2 as a missle test FTM-3 out of Dam Neck, Va. Finished as Mk 118 computer FTM-1 in T-1, Also worked briefly on 51 radar. After 4 Med cruises, went to San Diego, Chicago CG11 as Mk 118 computor supervisor.
Sztejter, AlbertUSS Chicago (CG 11)FTM-1T-1Jun 1970 – Nov 1971Mk 118 computer supervisor for 1 west-pac tour. Burned out on Subic, loved Hong Kong, wished we could've gone to Singapor. Loved the middy cruise to Frisco, Seattle and Hawaii before west-pac. Any one remember how we almost drank Guam dry?
Sztenderowicz, JohnUSS Taylor (FFG 50)SNSC-3Sep 15, 1989 – Jun 30, 1991Had some really good times serving on Taylor. We had a good crew.
Sztenderowicz, JohnUSS Missouri (BB 63)GUNNERS MATE1941 – 1945My grandfather served on the ship during WWII. He was also there when the Japanese gave up. I followed in his footstep my also serving in the Navy. Sorry to say but he died before I was born, but he still lives inside of me.

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