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Eady, TimothyUSS Simon Lake (AS 33)RM2CommunicationsJul 15, 1981 – Jun 18, 1983I enjoyed my time of the Simon Lake. This is where I reenlisted.
Eady, William WtUSS Orion (AS 18)STOREKEEPER 1ST CLASS10thJan 7, 1947 – 1951Served in Panama and Norfolk
Eagan, RogerUSS Greenling (SSN 614)SK2(SS)SUPPLYJan 1967 – May 1970PLANK HOLDER, DOUBLE BLUE NOSE
Eagan, RoyUSS Camden (AOE 2)E-5/BM21st/StreamDec 1999 – Dec 2004
Eagen, JamesUSS Nassau (LHA 4)OS2SW/AWOIAug 1991 – 1994Tommy Mac glad to see you are still around, Mo congrats on retirement, Ron C looks like you finnaly got off there Congrats on retirement
Eagen, MikeUSS Gridley (CG 21)Captain, USN (Ret)Engineering DepartmentMar 1, 1988 – Mar 1, 1990Was LCDR Eagen then; Chief Engineer. Loved the ship, the crew, and the job. A fast ship going in harm's way. A great deployment with just Gridley and John Young doing our thing.
Eager, JasonUSS Inchon (MCS 12)ABH3V-3Oct 25, 1993 – Jul 15, 1997Spent many hours just hanging out on the hangar deck. It was kind of like being in jail with the chance of Drowning!! But it did pay for my college degree!!
Eagle, BobUSS Forrestal (CVA 59)ET2OEApr 1, 1977 – Dec 3, 1980Long Time ago. Good times & not so good.
Eagle, CharlieUSS Seattle (AOE 3)E-4QuartermasterMay 19, 1990 – May 22, 1991Whats up guys? Never thought in a million years I would be thinking about the Seattle. I am saddened by the decom, news:(
Eagle, DavidUSS Curts (FFG 38)OS2C1Dec 20, 1986 – May 23, 1991Good times!
Eagle, Gigi profile iconUSS Yellowstone (AD 41)SNWeapons Division, Gunners MateJul 1980 – Mar 1981Aboard the USS Yellowstone, what can you say? I know we were jilted, Hahaha. They made us wait till they brought the ship around from San Diego before they let any Females board her after<Commissioned>friends are Family.
Eagle, Lawrence Bill, BillyUSS Boxer (CV 21)C21aAug 29, 1956 – Sep 11, 1959
Eagle, RickUSS David R. Ray (DD 971)FC2CGMay 1991 – May 1996Whats up clowns?
Eagle, Rick (Snacks)USS Pensacola (LSD 38)ossnopsNov 1987 – Jun 1989i screwed up big time. but i liked the ship and met alot of good people. had some butt kickin times. where is kieth black?
Eagle, RobertUSS Turner Joy (DD 951)SN, FN/EMengineeringJun 1966 – Dec 1967sttarted in deck force and ended up in the electrical gang. Thi9s was my second ship but favorite one. Made my first shellback trip on the TJ. Had some great memories here!
Eagle, RogerUSNS Santa Barbara (T-AE 28)HM3MedicalJun 1987 – Mar 1988First and last ship. Learned so much in the short time I was on board. We had a great crew and good times. Gitmo was a challenge but rewarding.
Eagle Bull, LarryUSS Truxtun (CGN 35)HT2R1986 – 1990I enjoyed my time on the Tommy T. R-Div was a tough place to live.
Eagleman, ChrisUSS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735)MT3 (SS)WeaponsSep 1991 – Nov 1995It was fun, Met a lot of great guys, Thanks for the men who served on the blue crew.
Eagles, AnthonyUSS McClusky (FFG 41)SH3supply1991 – 1993Didn't know how many good friends I had until I left had a great time! maybe I'll see some of ya'll around.
Eagles, JamesUSS Hornet (CV 12)E-3oaMay 14, 1961 – Aug 10, 1963
Eagles, MarcusUSS Arkansas (CGN 41)SH3S-3Feb 3, 1993 – Nov 11, 1996
Eagleson, James W.USS John Rodgers (DD 983)TM3(SW)Combat Systems1992 – 1994
Eagleson, LelandUSS Providence (CLG 6)SN1st till 64 then radioOct 1963 – Jul 1966formative years, oddly enough, most memorable was holystoning the teak deck when in the 1st Div. I have always wondered about BM3 Fribley-he survived the Bataan death march and the Nav took care of him. I admired Capt. Laroque greatly.
Eagleton, CecilUSS Independence (CVA 62)AT-1V-6Jan 10, 1958 – 1961Plankowner, in charge of V-6 electronics shop
Eaglin, DerekUSS Ashland (LSD 48)HTFN/E3RAug 15, 1991 – Oct 31, 1993Met alot of great guys,wish I could had stayed on the cruise with all my friends who supported me through my loss of my son. Hope you all are well. See you at the Decommission Party.
Eaglin, JamesUSS Forrestal (CV 59)AB3V1Sep 1955 – Jun 1958
Eaglin, PeterUSS Glover (AGDE 1)PC3SupplyJan 5, 1975 – Jan 8, 1978
Eagling, David (Dave)USS Turner Joy (DD 951)MM2A-Division (A-Gang)Jul 16, 1980 – Nov 25, 1982I caught the TJ at Subic Bay P.I. in '80 on the way to So. Pac. Stayed on her until she was decommissioned. I was one the last few crewmen to walk her decks as an active warship. I put my finger through the hull.
Eagye, AllenUSS Graffias (AF 29)LtChief of Snipes (Eng Dept Head)Sep 1962 – Sep 1965Best duty I ever had
Eairheart, ClarenceUSS Bandera (APA 131)3rd cllasscarpenterJul 1944 – 1946I am 88 years old and would like to get the crew list
Eaken, Max profile iconUSS Bunker Hill (CV 17)Seaman Second ClassMess CookJan 24, 1945 – May 11, 1945Max Eaken was killed from the kamikaze attacks on May 11, 1945. I am researching heroes like him as he is from my hometown. If you have info about him please send it to my email, Thanks!
Eaker, BillyUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)IC2EngineeringMar 17, 1993 – May 20,
Eaker, Billy / "eek"USS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)IC2EngineeringMay 9, 1992 – May 20, 1994Good times on my one and only ship. All you ICs and EMs get at too Tinker.
Eaker, Roland/ronUSS Daniel Webster (SSBN 626)MT1(SS)MissileNov 1, 1969 – Mar 9, 1974I reported aboard while she was Newport News SYD,made a DASO shot,a month in Puerto Rico, transit thru the Panama Canal, on to Pearl Harbor.Made 6 patrols, LPO of the MT's, qual Planes,Lchr,MCC,CoW.Great reunion 11/11/01 Bellingham, WA
Eakes, JimUSS Pomodon (SS 486)SEAMAN FIRST GSMAug 1960 – Sep 1961Came aboard at Pearl Harbor on the way to home port San Diego, then to Mare Island for special engine refit/new sail, followed by trails between Canada & Mexico. I 'rescued' the old ships bell before the captain could!
Eakin, BillyUSS Seattle (AOE 3)HT3RMay 1979 – Jun 1981I never dreamed I would be stationed in Brooklyn, New York.What a wild ride that was.Think about those days alot.Hope the old R gang is doing fine.
Eakin, BillyNaval Base NorfolkHT 3Billeting MaintenanceJul 8, 1981 – Dec 17, 1982
Eakin, Charles/billUSS Constellation (CV 64)AK3S-6Nov 1, 1975 – Aug 29, 1979Wild Bill here...! Funny thing happened...I got out after my first hitch, was out for 9 months, and then went back in the TAR Navy. Retired as an AK1, 14 or so years later with an early retirement. Living in Dallas.
Eakin, DannyUSS Fairfax County (LST 1193)E3BoatswainOct 1, 1971 – Jan 16, 1972We commissioned the LST-1193 Fairfax County on Oct 1971 and I left in January 72 w/back injury on deck during shake-down maneuvers . Assigned to Hospital Ship Repose in Long Beach, CA. Two days later 1193 left for Nam
Eakin, DianaUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)BT/FNPJan 19, 1991 – Sep 1, 1993

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