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La Forme, PrestonUSS America (CV 66)ADAAIM-2Mar 1991 – Sep 1992Saying Hello and looking for old friends.
La Forte, FrankUSS Midway (CV 41)QM3OS SIGNAL GANGJan 10, 1950 – Oct 17, 1954From sub chaser to carrier,What a change,What a Ship.The Midway was a big part of my 28 years in the Navy. She still is and always will be.I remember her and my shipmates like it were just yesterday.Fair winds and following seas always gentlemen.
La Fountaine, Richard / DukeUSS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22)A4 / HT3RMar 23, 1973 – Jan 7, 1977Contact me if you want to get in touch.
La Grua, RobertUSS Germantown (LSD 42)E-31 WITH MY MAN BM1 SANDOVALAug 4, 1989 – Jul 3, 1992MEMORYS LOTS AND LOTS GULF WAR
La Land, Anthony (Tony)USS Simon Lake (AS 33)ET3RadarAug 24, 1979 – Aug 24, 1980
La Londe, Jean PaulBats (VAW 12)ABE-3Line operations1960 – 1962I came to the squadron from de-commision of the USS Tarawa CVS-40 V2 Div in early 1960, and joined Det 41 on the USS Independence first med cruise. Remained w/sqdn on further dets. until discharge 02-12-1962.
La MacChia, RichardUSS Sabine (AO 25)MM3Aux refueling1965 – 1967
La May, MarkUSS William H. Standley (CG 32)MS e5SupplyMar 1976 – Feb 1979My brother Joe was on board at the time, I got out after a 6 year hitch, Joe retired as CPO. Had a great time on board. Sailed the Black Sea, That was a first for the US since the great war.
La May, MarkUSS William H. Standley (CG 32)e5Cargo HandlingMar 1979 – Mar 1985Whole mew MOS by Pres Regan
La May, Mark And JoeUSS William H. Standley (CG 32)MS3SupplyAug 1976 – Mar 1979Mark and I were brothers who served as cooks. We arrived one warm evening in Aug of 76. Mark went back to Bremerton, WA and married a gal he met there and stayed in reserves until 85". I stayed active and retired Chief in 94"
La Monda, StevenUSS Estocin (FFG 15)E-2Deck1988 – 1992I loved my time onboard
La Motte, DanUSS Constellation (CV 64)l/cplMARDETJan 1984 – Jun 1985
La Penta, FrankUSS Fred T. Berry (DD 858)STG 3aswMay 18, 1965 – Dec 21, 1967Enjoyed time aboard,especially West-Pac cruise in '66 Served Philadelphia Police SWAT Team-Security at QVC. Now reside The Villages,FL.
La Point, Alfred profile iconUSS Lake Champlain (CVS 39)ANDon't know1964 – 1965I remember two collisions and a hurricane. Glad I made it safe and sound.
La Point, PatUSS Luce (DDG 38)RM 2communicationsSep 18, 1979 – Aug 25, 1981The Luce was a great ship I was fortunite to work with some great guys.
La Pointe, JosephUSS Rentz (FFG 46)IT1OCApr 19, 2002 – Jan 3, 2005Along with my fellow ship mates (you know who you are) we made it a blast to work in radio. I'm still the only guy who did the most pushups with IT2 Aldahondo on my back.....ha...ha....
La Pointe, JosephUSS Halsey (DDG 97)IT1RADIOMar 1, 2008 – Jun 30, 2011Some of the guys were IT2 JONES, IT2 ALBUTT, IT2 DANIELS, IT1 VALDIVIA,
La Pointe, JosephUSS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)DP2CC1994 – 1998Fella's in DP div DP2 HALL, DP2 WHITEHEAD, DP3 MINOR,
La Porte, AnthonyUSS Leftwich (DD 984)GSE1MPJun 1, 1987 – Dec 15, 1990Hey guys, living in Michigan. Retired from the Navy....
La Querre, Robert J.USS Snook (SSN 592)TM3(SS)WeaponsJan 1964 – Feb 1965nickname--Liquor
La Querre, Robert J.USS James K. Polk (SSBN 645)TM3(SS)WeaponsMay 22, 1965 – Jan 1967nickname--Liquor
La Rocca, Joseph "jose"USS O'Callahan (FF 1051)FIRE CONTROL TECHNICIAN 2ND CLASS/ FTG2W-2Oct 28, 1976 – Jan 5, 1981Remember me? The harmonica player, landing signalman, shore patrolman etc. I volunteered for everything. Oh yeah, I also was awarded the Good Conduct Medal.
La Rocca, Joseph "jose"NAVCOMMSTA San Diego, CAPO2/FTGW-2 FOX Division1976 – 1980I picked up the O'Callahan, Long Beach Shipyard in 1976. 1977 and 1980 WESPAC/SOPAC twice a shell. Played the harmonica. Aviation Firefighting Team Port side, Duty Driver LSE, Shore Patrol, POW, QO,
La Rocco, Justin "Rocky"USS Trenton (LPD 14)IT2OCFeb 16, 1998 – Aug 26, 2001My first command, and it was a great experience. Wouldn't trade it for anything.
La Roche, TomUSS Bold (MSO 424)RD-3OPS1969 – 1970One of my favorite memories was standing Radar watch around 0-dark-30, and reporting "Bridge, Skunk Alpha is 270, 5000 yards." There was one crewman on the line who would sleepily reply "Skunk, is there really a skunk out there?"
La Rock, Bob "Boomer"USS Carr (FFG 52)E-4CS-1Jan 2, 1985 – Jun 20, 1987Met a lot of great people and had a blast! It was an honor to be a plankowner even if I did get lost in the ship yard driving the Captain Horne and his family to the commissioning!
La Rosa, AngeloUSS Antietam (CVS 36)3rd class store keepers 11954 – 1958
La Rosa, Salvatore RoseyUSS Simon Bolivar (SSBN 641)TM2 SSWeapon'sJan 1967 – Oct 1969What a time that was--Personal growth and development. Five patrols with the real McCoy. Mac McCoy that is.Shot a few torpedo's, one missile a couple water slugs and a hole lot of decoys for fun.Got a chance to play with all the toy's.
La Rose, ChrisUSS Omaha (SSN 692)MM3/SSA-GangMay 1981 – Dec 1984What's going on Mac? Nothing like not having the duty when we would pull into the PI - Unless you're DINK!
La Rue, CharlesNAVCOMMSTA GuamCTO3NAVSECGRU1967 – 1968I worked operations as assistant supervisor and would like to contact my Division officer Lieutenant Douglas Larson to verify actions that do not exist on paper.
La Rue, JimUSS Haleakala (AE 25)BM31stAug 1977 – Aug 1981I just found this site and I can't wait to hear from you guys. What a f----ing blast! Mac donald riding motorcycles to work in S.F. Overman, you bastard!! Great to see you still remember me. Pls contact me and we'll talk, I got lots to sa
La Rue, LashUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)MMFNEMO2Jul 4, 1994 – Feb 16, 1998 Kiss my ass MM1!!!
La Rue, Mike profile iconUSS Shreveport (LPD 12)BM 3deck1974 – 1978Hey All, Just trying to find some of my old shipmates that I use to hang out with. contact me at I would like to get in contact with Rob Klein or Charles Manyard..
La Rue, Mike profile iconUSS Saipan (LHA 2)BM3 then made BM2 why I was onSecond Div. Boats and SidesNov 8, 1978 – Sep 28, 1984Just trying to get in contact with some people from my past. Its been a long time since I seen anyone. To contact me I would like to get in contact with Rob Klein or Charles Manyard..
La Rue, Mike profile iconUSS Saginaw (LST 1188)BM1SecondSep 21, 1990 – Nov 11, 1993Just trying to catch up with old friends had alot of good times. I was in the Desert Storm also. If you want to get in contact would like to get in contact with Rob Klein or Charles Manyard..
La Rue, Walter (Lash)USS Oriskany (CVA 34)ANV-1 Div. Flight DeckNov 10, 1966 – Apr 15, 196967 WesPac, in Tonkin at Yankee, 20hours a day flight ops, worked Fly 2 "Roof Rats", blue shirt, crew leader, yellow shirt. 11/67 working under F8 #204 was sucked up into intake and survived..
La Rusch, JohnUSS Cushing (DD 985)ET2CEApr 1981 – Oct 1984it was a great honor to serve under Capt. of times on the westpacs. shout out to will, scotty,recio, kep,merrill,augie,cam & the whole ew & ds guys & radioshack crew
La Salle, DavidUSS George Washington (CVN 73)E-5/ A.R.T. & RADAR & RADIO SYSTEMS216th Radar Group "Life Lovers"Feb 11, 2001 – Sep 15, 2001Serving aboard the U.S.S. GW WAS AN EXCELLENT EXPERIENCE. If I could just stay out of the ships brig.
La Shay, DavidUSS Comstock (LSD 19)SNDECKMar 1967 – Nov 1967

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