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Vadnais, David/bigwaveUSS Wainwright (CG 28)sh3supplySep 28, 1977 – May 20, 1979
Vadnais, David/bigwaveUSS Mount Hood (AE 29)sh2supplyJan 18, 1982 – Jan 18, 1984
Vadnais, PatrickUSS Anchorage (LSD 36)ACU-5 Det. CharlieOct 1995 – May 1996Ahoy! Wow, she's really decomm'd? Lots of good memories made in the short time aboard her. Earned ESWS/FMF while there. Fun times, especially with setting up the MARS/email thing via the Kuwaiti ham radio operator. Fair winds!
Vadnais, PatrickUSNS Mercy (T-AH 19)ET1 SW/FMFOperations/CommunicationsSep 1989 – Feb 1992Good ship, good crew. Still in NorCal (as of 2016) I'm on social media. Look me up and drop me a line.
Vadovsky, SkeeUSS Nashville (LPD 13)ETN2OEMar 15, 1970 – May 15, 1973
Vaessen, JeffUSS O'Brien (DD 975)ETOperationsFeb 1977 – Sep 1981Fair Seas and following winds RIP OB
Vagedes, RobertUSS Hunley (AS 31)HTCR1Sep 1981 – Sep 1983Cross decked from the HollandWas in the weld shop 26a
Vagedes, RobertUSS Frank Cable (AS 40)HTCSR6 Division Officer1992 – Aug 31, 1994I had a lot of great people that made it work. If you were in my crew you were the best.
Vagedes, RobertUSS Dixie (AD 14)HT-1R-1 11A,17A,56AJan 1978 – Jul 1980Out of 22 yrs of service it was my best command. Heres to HTCM Nolan In Memory of: HTC Harold Musick HTC Monroe Darcy HTCS Howard Kelly 7/2012
Vagedes, RobertUSS San Onofre (ARD 30)HTCDC /EngineeringJan 1986 – Jan 1988Had some really good times and a couple of bad ones. But I had thebest crew you could ever want. Set more records in that couple of years than any other crew that ever served her.
Vagedes, RobertUSS Cape Cod (AD 43)HTCR-1 56AJan 1988 – Jan 1990
Vaghy, GlennUSS Midway (CV 41)MR2A Division1980 – 1984
Vagnetti, JohnUSS Mendocino (APA 100)F 1/cEJun 6, 1945 – Sep 6, 1945I am currently retired living in Naples,FL. After leaving the Navy, I obtained my engineering degree and had a wonderful career with Chrysler Corp. in my home town of Detroit.
Vagnini, Mike 'Vinny'USS Ranger (CV 61)E4G4May 18, 1987 – Nov 29, 1990it was a pleasure working with all of you and the after work festivities were great it was a fun time in life
Vagnini, TammyUSS Vulcan (AR 5)bmsnDeck DepartmentOct 15, 1985 – May 31, 1987I loved this ship and being underway. I came on in the '85 drydock. Although I hated drydock, the rest of the time I loved deck dept. and this ship. We worked on the Roosevelt, Kennedy, America, Wainwright. Loved her.
Vago, MichaelUSS Mount Whitney (LCC 20)RMSN6th Fleet StaffJun 10, 1972 – Jul 30, 1972I was one of the first sailors to be assigned to the USS Mt Whitney. Approx forty (40) members from the USS Springfield (CLG-7) was TAD aboard the USS Mt Whitney to evaluate what the ship would be like as the 6th fleet flagship. Dates Appx
Vago, MichaelUSS Springfield (CLG 7)RMCommunicationsDec 10, 1970 – Oct 20, 1972Great ship!! Really enjoyed Gaeta and seeing all the countries around the Mediterrean. Still think about all of it over thirty (30) years later......
Vagts, Daryl--sparkyUSS Fox (CG 33)EM3EDec 1980 – Oct 1984Learned some of my best pranks on her. Anybody remember LT. Cmdr. Mullin? 1-2009 he is our current Chairman of the Joint Chirfs of Staff. Kinda neat serving with someone like that. Good Times, Bad Times,
Vaher, ErikUSS Grayling (SSN 646)MM3/SSa-gangMar 1, 1983 – Feb 22, 1987blu nose/northern runs mass insanity w/wild bill and the best crew and boat in the world-crown royal/fireworks/bonfires at sherwood forest-great foggy memories cant b-lieve its been 20yrs gimme a call 570-780-7990
Vahey, BrianUSS Nevada (SSBN 733)LTCRA and Tactical SystemsFeb 1993 – Apr 1996Damn fine shipmates
Vahey, JackUSS Neosho (AO 143)ET2MILDEPTFeb 1, 1988 – Feb 1, 1990
Vahey, William BillOak Ridge (ARDM 1)LCDRExecutive OfficerAug 10, 1985 – Nov 20, 1987The best tour mof duty in my 31 year career. The best crew ever served with. We accomplished a lot in a small time. Winning all the Battle E's was great. I miss all of you
Vahl, ShaunUSS Stethem (DDG 63)FC3CGJul 25, 1995 – Jul 29, 1998Plank Onwer So what so we sweated in the hot mississippi sun for fun of it, does anyone remember who spilled paint all over the ships bell before leaving Miss?
Vahle, (Dc2)USS Kearsarge (LHD 3)DC2RepairApr 20, 2001 – Aug 10, 2002
Vahle, LarryUSS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)ETC(SW)OECMar 1985 – Sep 1988
Vahle, RandyUSS Samuel Gompers (AD 37)TM3WeaponsOct 8, 1978 – May 5, 1980I know someone out there remembers me !!! Cookie Monster (Bob Cook), Roy Mauer, John James John H. (Chicago)
Vahle, RandyUSS Samuel Gompers (AD 37)E4WeaponsOct 8, 1978 – May 5, 1980I'm re-doing this because my e-mail address has changed. Roy, you crazy S.O.B., Cookie, you better get a hold of me. J. James, are you still in Collinsville, John Hoffman what's up. Greg (L.A.) Brian, THE craziest man I know. WHAT'S U
Vahle, RonaldUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)BM31Jan 5, 1970 – Dec 22, 1973
Vahue, LarryWarhawks (VA 97)AMH3squadronMay 1, 1967 – Aug 1, 1969I am a Plank Owner of VA-97 deployed on the 68-69 cruise. After getting out,I worked aircraft sheet metal for 35 years. Would like to know the where abouts of squadron mates from that period.
Vail, DavidUSS Stump (DD 978)STG1 (SW)CASep 2002 – Apr 2004Since retiring I have gone on to work at a printing company in Northern VA. I enjoyed my time with all the shipmates I have served with on the STUMP and thruout the NAVY. Yes there is life after the NAVY. Best wishes to all. Dave
Vail, DavidUSS Mahlon S. Tisdale (FFG 27)STG1(SW) RETIRED-- STGSN TO STG3 WHILE ABOARD1985 – 1989Retired after 4 ships and 4 shore duties. Working for Government contractor now.
Vail, KenUSS Hassayampa (AO 145)E-5/RD-2OPSAug 1968 – Apr 1972
Vail, KevinUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)MM3Aft Propulsion 3MMRAug 17, 1994 – Aug 17, 1998Have a lot of good memories of Big John. The overhaul was not one of them.
Vail, Paul E.USNS Grasp (T-ARS 51)DC1(SW/DV)ER01/ Dive LockerFeb 1991 – May 1993
Vail, Paul V.USS Towers (DDG 9)RD1OI1959 – 1962Plankowner
Vail, Paul V.USS Prichett (DD 561)SN1st1954 – 1955
Vail, Paul V.USS Los Angeles (CA 135)RD2OI1958 – 1959
Vail, Paul V.USS John R. Craig (DD 885)RD1OI1962 – 1964
Vail, Robert. BobUSS Richard E. Kraus (DD 849)Ht fnEngineerimgFeb 1972 – Dec 1973
Vail, ThomasUSS Bon Homme Richard (CV 31)ANV6Jan 1, 1966 – Oct 28, 1967Was at Yankee station 1967 during the Forestal fire. V6 Division just forward of fantail.

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