US Navy Crew List

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Nachtigal, Fridolin/fritzUSS Ticonderoga (CV 14)AG3OA1958 – 1959Got on board in 1958 at Hunters Point.Loved the Ti very much after i spend two years in Fleet Weather Central and the Weather Service in Guam.
Nachtigal, Fridolin/fritzNaval Air Transport Squadron 2 (VR 2)AD1955 – 1957worked on the Mars and on the R3Y Tradewind.Have been a crewmember and worked in engin build up in the shop.I had a strong german accent.
Nacianceno, Ron profile iconUSS Carl Vinson (CVN 70)AK3S6Aug 18, 1999 – Aug 31, 2002My time onboard was memorable in a great way and the worst way. On board i met my wife and till today we are strong and happy together along with our son Kekoa. 9/11 occured, eyes wide open, head always turning. Tears***
Nacke, LarryUSS Hoist (ARS 40)E4 MR3 (DV)Engineering1968 – Jun 26, 1969I enjoyed my time aboard the USS Hoist as a hard hat diver trained by the great Chief Carl Brasshaer in December 1967 in Comservlant, VA.
Nacoste, LawrenceUSS Ticonderoga (CVS 14)CorporalMarine DetachmentApr 1, 1972 – Aug 21, 1973Times on the Ticonderoga were great. The Apollo 16, 17 and Skylab. Crossing the Equator April 11, 1972 and later crossing again were great. CO orderly was my last assigned duties. Lots of good memories.
Nacrelli, JohnUSS Kauffman (FFG 59)SNOC 03Jun 25, 2003 – Jun 25, 2007
Nacrelli, MikeAmphibious Squadron 5 (PHIBRON 5)QM3NavigationFeb 1969 – Jul 1969A. James Hanson: I remember I busted on you about 'A' being your first name. I left the ship in San Diego for Balboa Hospital until 12/31/69, (botched knee surgery)then sent home & discharged 2/7/70. Retired in FL. mike
Nadarski, Ron/ SkiUSS Warrington (DD 843)RDSNOISep 1959 – Apr 1961Came aboard right after ship returned from Operation Inland Sea.Made the 1960 Med cruise,Boston drydocking,Carribean cruise and Kennedy's inauguration.Went to Brooklyn Navy yard for FRAM and then transferred to USS Roy O HALE DER 336 as RD
Nadarzynski, EdwardUSS Thomas Jefferson (SSBN 618)ETN2NavigationSep 1962 – Mar 1965
Nadaud, MichaelUSS David R. Ray (DD 971)EW31st/ewopsJun 10, 1982 – Jun 20, 1985it was the best time of my life i'm now a electrician for csx toledo coal and ore loading facility...married 20 years w/ wife &2 beautiful daughters.thanks guys for lifting me out of the gutters & teaching me to believe in me.419-340-7901
Nadaud, TimUSS Pomodon (SS 486)YNSNYeomanMar 10, 1967 – Dec 10, 1968Seaman gang with Jack Powell as boss, Love that gray paint. Qualified during 1968 West Pac. Capt Lewis was the best. Gooney, remember the Hunters Point softball games. Hello Sandy, Lurch, and David Ray.
Nadeau, BruceUSS Berkeley (DDG 15)mm3mdiv 2 engine roomMay 1990 – Aug 1991had fun on the leo op down by cenral america, fleet week in orgeon, and san francisco ca.
Nadeau, Charles/chuckUSS Tinosa (SSN 606)MM2MDec 13, 1971 – Jun 14, 1974E-mail would be great.
Nadeau, Charles/chuckUSS Tinosa (SSN 606)MM2M DIVDec 21, 1970 – Aug 1, 1974
Nadeau, FrancisUSS Harlan County (LST 1196)bm31st divNov 1974 – Nov 1978would like to contact randy leach
Nadeau, FrancisUSS De Wert (FFG 45)bm1 fran nadeau1st div1991 – Jul 31, 1994great ship and personal on board. wish I could of stayed on board. but I needed to to have a lot things to take care of
Nadeau, FrankUSS Macon (CA 132)ETN3OEFeb 1960 – Dec 1960
Nadeau, Frank NadeauUSS America (CVA 66)ETCOEJan 28, 1973 – Jul 1976
Nadeau, Frank NadeauUSS Springfield (CLG 7)ETN2OEJul 1961 – Feb 1962
Nadeau, Frank NadeauUSS Yorktown (CVS 10)ET1OEJul 1966 – Jun 1967
Nadeau, GilUSS Farragut (DDG 37)BT2BOct 1, 1980 – Sep 18, 1985I would love to hear from anyone in B Division. I worked in both forward and aft fire rooms. A couple years ago I met up with Didden, Sarao, Martinez, Thornton, Whalen, "Cornbread", Dufford, Harmon and Neading.
Nadeau, GilbertUSS Connole (FF 1056)BT 2BJan 15, 1988 – May 18, 1990
Nadeau, JoshUSS Georgia (SSBN 729)E5/MM2MachineryMay 1995 – Apr 2000
Nadeau, JoshUSS Jacksonville (SSN 699)E6/MM1MachineryDec 2002 – Sep 2004
Nadeau, Larry profile iconUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)BMSN2nd Division1972 – 1975
Nadeau, Lawrence/larryUSS Kansas City (AOR 3)E-4EnineeringJul 1971 – May 1973Looking for BT Larry Dahl of Buffalo,NY.
Nadeau, NoelUSS Curts (FFG 38)EN 3EA01Mar 1, 1997 – Oct 30, 2000
Nadeau, PhilipUSS Independence (CVA 62)ABH-3V-3Jul 1976 – Sep 1977Threw a lot of footballs in the hanger deck to guys who could have played for the NFL. Laid down a lot of paint too. It doesn't matter anymore anyway because she's going to Brownsville. Got shot off cat 2 onthecodplane!!
Nadeau, RobertNAVCOMMSTA Harold E. Holt, Exmouth, AustraliaRMCSTech ControlSep 1984 – Aug 198775-78/84-88/88-92 made many good friends and still keep in touch - thanks to Facebook
Nadeau, RobertNAVCOMSTA Boston Navy Yard, MARM1Tech ControlSep 1975 – Nov 1978
Nadeau, RobertUSS Stoddard (DD 566)BT2B Division1967 – 1969
Nadeau, RonUSNS Santa Barbara (T-AE 28)os3osDec 28, 1975 – May 20, 1979looking for some of the guys that lived and partied in the trailer court in summerville, Dave (hazy) Mark, you know who you are.All night parties then jumping on the bikes. Still a Harley rider.
Nadeau, TimAssault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)EN3E1986 – Aug 1990LCU 1633and the1635
Nadelberg, AlasnUSS Sylvania (AFS 2)e-3deck handsMar 20, 1970 – Oct 30, 1971the best time of my life vloved every where we went
Nadell, Tony / PupUSS Portland (LSD 37)EWSNOPSNov 1984 – Jan 1988Some good times, some bad times. Happy it's over and happy to have been a part of it. Made friends that will last a life time. Va. Beach!!!
Nader, GeneUSS Sitkoh Bay (CVE 86)mml3??1946 – 1946son rick nader lookin for anyone that served with gene nader sometime before 1946
Nader, MichaelUSS Duncan (FFG 10)BM2Nov 13, 1980 – Aug 28, 1982Plank owner , after being transfered in Aug of 82 to LHA 5 for 6 months and was then tranfered to NAS Point Magu military police division, was discharged july 4th 1984.
Nader, PaulUSS Thorn (DD 988)STG3CAJan 10, 1991 – Sep 10, 1993I still remember you guys like it was yesterday. Feel free to email me: I'm living in Ft. Myers, FL. Ken Pence, John Glaze, Bill (Ski), David Bowles.
Nadermann, FrankUSS Valley Forge (CG 50)DC2(SW)RepairMay 4, 1995 – Jul 9, 1998It was one of the best commands I have ever been to. Awesome C.O, both of them, never had so many swim calls in my whole career then I did on the Forge. Great experience.
Nadig, DiggsUSS La Jolla (SSN 701)CS2CSDec 5, 2002 – May 10, 2006WHAT is the science?

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