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|Iannotti, Giuliano||USS Belleau Wood (LHA 3)||dt3||dental||1978 – 1978|
|Iannotti, Ralph||USS Bainbridge (DLGN 25)||RM2||OPS/Radio||Oct 25, 1970 – Oct 20, 1971||Met a lot of great guys. Had a lot fun. Saw half the world while doing so. Loved the WesPac cruise. Subic, Singapore, Hong Kong.|
|Iannucci, Anthony||USS Guam (LPH 9)||ABH-3||V-1||Jun 24, 1974 – Jan 13, 1977||HAD ALOT OF GREAT TIMES, MET ALOT OF GOOD PEOPLE, LOST SOME GOOD FRIENDS TOO. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM SOME OF THE GUYS.|
|Iannucci, Doug||USS Guam (LPH 9)||AG2||OA||Jul 23, 1979 – Nov 3, 1981||One day in Norfolk I telephoned the quarterdeck and impersonated the XO, telling the petty officer of the deck to announce liberty for the crew. It worked, and I was never caught. One of my most splendid accomplishments!|
|Iannuzzi, David||USS Fox (CG 33)||EN-2||A GANG||Mar 1980 – 1983||It sure was a fun time if you rember me drop a line.|
|Iannuzzi, David||USS Pigeon (ASR 21)||EN5||A GANG||1983 – 1985||PORT PLANT|
|Ianson, Rexford||USS Southerland (DDR 743)||BM3||1 st||Mar 5, 1962 – Sep 1, 1964||Great crew, can do attitude,proud to have served aboard with them.|
|Ianucci, Bob||USS Sarda (SS 488)||Captain, USN||Supply, Communications and Engineering||Jan 8, 1961 – Jun 10, 1963||Reported as an Ensign fresh out of Sub School. Worked my way through Supply Officer,, Communications Officer and finally Chief Engineer. SS qualified on Springboard '62.|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Shreveport (LPD 12)||CAPT, USN||Commanding Officer||Jul 15, 1983 – Jul 25, 1985||One of the hardest working and best qualified crews in the U.S. Navy. Ship Earned the MUC helo sweeping mines in the Gulf of Suez and supporting US Beirut Lebanon embassy after bombing (set the Guinesses' record for Suez Canal transit.)|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Nassau (LHA 4)||Captain||Executive Officer||Nov 1978 – Jun 1981||Plankowner and Commissioning XO. Ship reinforced GITMO. Sailed on short notice to MED for Harrier-Carrier Ops,Took CINCLANTFLT on Carib Show-the-Flag round trip, had our 1st UNREP in the MED. It was an honor to serve with this crew.|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Portland (LSD 37)||Commander - CO||Commanding Officer||1976 – 1978||Great ship! We did it all and in style. Finished MED cruise in Nov '76 and got recalled from Caribbean Ops in July '77 to deploy in Plymouth Rock's slot. Sailed with 100% crew aboard and had a great back-to-back deployment.|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Coronado (LPD 11)||LCDR/CDR -XO & CO||Executive Officer and Commanding Officer||1974 – 1976||First Amphib to go through PEB. Lots of good shipmates. Evacuated Beirut, Lebanon during MED cruise '76. Detached in Naples to take command of PORTLAND.|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Odax (SS 484)||LCDR||Executive Officer||1970 – 1972||XO for 2 years and decommissioned the ship in Key West, FL Reported to COMSUBLANT Intelligence following ODAX.|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Sirago (SS 485)||LT||Navigator/Operations Officer||1968 – 1970||Went to Sirago after 2 years on COMSUBFLOT 8 Staff in Naples, Italy|
|Ianucci, Cap'N I||USS Sarda (SS 488)||ENSIGN & LTJG||SUPPO, COMMS, Chief Engineer||1960 – 1963||New London, CT. First submarine assignment out of SUBSCOL. Went to Defense Intelligence PG School after SARDA, then to Staff, COMSUBFLOT 8, Naples, Italy for 2 years as Intelligence and Asst. Ops Officer.|
|Iaquinto, Thomas||USS Silversides (SSN 679)||YN2(SS)||Jul 1975 –|
|Iaquinto, Thomas||USS Alexander Hamilton (SSBN 617)||1967 –|
|Iaquinto, Thomas||USS Ulysses S. Grant (SSBN 631)||YN2(SS)||1968 –|
|Iaquinto, Thomas||USS Von Steuben (SSBN 632)||YN2(SS)||1973 –|
|Iaquinto, Thomas||USS Sea Cat (SS 399)||YN3(SS)||1965 –|
|Iaria, John||USS Enterprise (CVAN 65)||SA||CVAN-65||Feb 1971 – Jul 1971|
|Iaroli, Frank||USS Ontonagon (AOG 36)||Black Gang||1944 – 1945|
|Iba, Jack||USS Rochester (CA 124)||RD2||OI||1956 – 1960||Best ship I served on in a 25yr Carreer|
|Ibach, Chris||USS New Orleans (LPH 11)||ET3||OE||Oct 1991 – Apr 1997|
|Ibach, Chris||USS New Orleans (LPH 11)||ET3||OE||Oct 11, 1991 – Apr 30, 1997|
|Ibach, Jeff Jj||USS Peleliu (LHA 5)||SH3||S-3||Jul 1983 – Mar 1987||Service to the crew 2 Wespacs one trip to Peleliu Island Shellback best time of my life would like to hear from crew i served with i have so many memories and i still can see the LHA 5 in San Diego long may she sail hey when is the reunion?|
|Ibanez, Andres||USS Detroit (AOE 4)||EM3||RAS||Jul 10, 2002 – Jul 12, 2003||BEING PART OF THE DETROIT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE. IT HAD ITS UPS AND DOWNS, BUT NEVER THE LESS IT WAS A GOOD RUN|
|Ibanez, Baldemar||USS Sacramento (AOE 1)||E3||Nov 17, 1967 – Dec 18, 1968||Viet Nam WestPac cruise 1968-Unforgettable experience. Great Ship/Great Crew. Ola Reinhard & Kleiber. My love to IRIS LENELLE IBANEZ-MARTINEZ|
|Ibanez, Herminio [hermie]||USS Bradley (FF 1041)||MS1||supply||May 10, 1983 – Oct 14, 1985||LOOKING FOR MY SHIPMATES WHO KNOWS ME....|
|Ibanez, Herminio [hermie]||USS Impervious (MSO 449)||SDSN||SUPPLY||Nov 11, 1970 – Sep 13, 1974||MY FIRST SHIP AFTER BOOT CAMP.|
|Ibanez, Martin (Tiny)||USS Tuscaloosa (LST 1187)||BTFR/BTFA/BTFN/BT3||Mar 14, 1983 – Sep 30, 1987||Assigned to 1 & 2 Aux,, but did a lot of dirty work in all eng. spaces (learned a thing or two about ALCO'S)had a blast, Still working 4 uncle sam (MSC) regards to all of 83-87 Big T shipmates, TJ, West-Pacs, & Trophy Lounge (oh my!!!):-)|
|Ibanez, Martin (Tiny)||USS Berkeley (DDG 15)||BT3/BT2||#2 Fireroom||Sep 10, 1987 – Sep 15, 1989||BTC Devoe, BT1 Evans, BT1 Cebrian, BT1 Buttram, BT2 Stretch, Big P, Moss, Habersham, Lou Wash. n the rest of 2 fire from 87-89, WUZ UP? i saw the ddg-15 in Crete a few years ago, still looking like no other silhouette, learned a lot|
|Ibanez, Rolando||USS Tripoli (LPH 10)||ABH3||V-1||Sep 2, 1986 – Jun 6, 1991||Greetings from Roland "I.B. or The R" Ibanez to old shipmates/friends: Jeff Arguello, Delvillar, Bork, Padilla, Turner, Martinez, Spoon, Pettway, etc. I'm a LCDR close to retirement now, pls. email me so we can chat.|
|Ibanez, Steve||USS Vandegrift (FFG 48)||EMC (SW)||E||May 10, 1984 – Mar 31, 1989||Proud to be a plankowner. Even more proud that Vandegrift has maintained the reputation for being the best of the best!|
|Ibanez, Steve||USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG 60)||EMCS (SW)||X||May 1996 – May 1998||Best tour of my career, even though I was stuck as the 3MC. Only left because RMD moved to the wrong side of the pond.|
|Ibanez, Steve||USS Truxtun (CGN 35)||EMCS (SW)||X||May 1989 – May 1991||Truly a unique experience in my career. Made some great friends who somehow made it seem worth the pain.|
|Ibanez, Steve||USS Seattle (AOE 3)||EMFN - EM2||E||Sep 10, 1976 – Mar 1980||First ship, learned my rating and so much more... Lots of good times, plenty of not-so-great times. Overall, an experience I wouldn't trade for the world. Made some great friends, too: Rob Martin, Scott Brooks & Greg Ford|
|Ibanez, Steve||USS Holland (AS 32)||EMCS (SW)||E||May 1994 – May 1996||Longest two years of my life! Thought I'd never escape (and almost didn't). Thanks, Tom!|
|Ibanez, Val||USS Boulder (LST 1190)||EM3 ESWS||E||Sep 6, 1986 – Feb 3, 1987|
|Ibarra, Albert||USS Downes (FF 1070)||E-5||Sep 10, 1977 – Jul 28, 1981||I am now currently working for NASA/JPL as a satellite compatibility test engineer. Tests includes the Mars Rovers, MRO, New Horizon, STEREO, ST5, Deep Impact, and many others. I would like to hear from some of my old shipmates just to say hello.|