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Walz, Kenneth/wallyUSS Texas (CGN 39)M1Jul 1, 1981 – Jun 19, 1985Self employed now after spending 18 years in the commercial nuclear industry. It's much better this way.
Wanamaker, WanabeeUSS Tripoli (LPH 10)Air1982 – 1986
Ward, CalvinUSS Gridley (CG 21)DECKApr 10, 1973 – Jun 10, 1975
Ward, JosephUSS Matagorda (AVP 22)Nov 23, 1941 – Nov 23, 1945I'm Joe Ward, Jr. Dad served on these ships in WWII. Not sure exactly when. I believe he was a Petty Officer 3rd Class. He died at the age of 81 on June 11, 2005. God bless you gentlemen still living.
Ward, Larry (Charlie Tuna)USS Pinnacle (MSO 462)EngineringNov 1963 – Mar 9, 1967
Ward, Tom M.USS Savo Island (CVE 78)1943 – 1945I am entering this for my father, Tom M. Ward. He passed away on June 29, 1991.
Warden, JackUSS Caiman (SS 323)Auxiliary1960 – 1962Qualified 1961 Made westpac trip in 61 overhaul in Hunters Point in 60. Left for Nuke school in 62
Ware, LafonceUSS Copeland (FFG 25)Aug 3, 1993 – Aug 3, 1996i was a smsr onboard that ship and man we had some good times
Wareham, Frank (Stone)USS Coral Sea (CV 43)Feb 6, 1983 –I am still haze gray and underway. I am a Chief Mate for Military sealift command! 207-939-4098/
Warner, DavidUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)EngineeringAug 1, 1992 – May 10, 1996Miss the people I served with. Great bunch of guys all very profesional. Hope to hear from anyone I may have met. A.F.F.F. Shop, ER09, DC19, CO2 Shop, Habibilty, Machine shop, CE.
Warner, GlenUSS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)E1982 – 1983PLANK OWNER After reading some of the comments I can see that her Motto should still be Haze Gray and Under way.
Warner, ThomasUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)Mar 15, 1986 – Feb 20, 1988Plankowner, WT3 Weapons Department. Went back for a 2nd tour as AO2 1992 - 1997. Retired in 2003 AO1 in Fallon NV. The best command I ever had.
Warren, BaronUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)Jul 21, 2006 –
Washington, FredrickUSS George Washington (CVN 73)Jun 20, 2002 – Oct 3, 2006
Wasserman, JohnUSS Midway (CV 41)Weps G3 OPS OAOct 1984 – Apr 1987Would love to get in touch with old friends: Sutphin, Raco, Mullins, and Walpole. Any of you out there?
Waters, James AlvisUSS Attu (CVE 102)1944 – 1945Electricians Mate
Waters, ScottUSS Yellowstone (AD 41)A Gang1983 – 1984Hello out there..was on board for the North Atlantic, Caribean, and Gitmo. Great times
Watford, PaulUSS John Hancock (DD 981)OIOct 6, 1997 – Jan 2, 2000whats up folks.. that pic of the decom was a trip.. all of yall get at me.. you know the address... one.....
Watkins, Donnie MousieUSS Mobile (LKA 115)A GangAug 14, 1969 – Jun 14, 1971I was a memeber of the Commissioning Crew ENC Joe Beck and ENCM John Hawley were the Division Chiefs
Watkins, TammyUSS Sierra (AD 18)0000 – Aug 23, 1987
Watson, DennisUSS Henry M. Jackson (SSBN 730)Jan 1985 – Aug 1989
Watson, EarlUSS Spiegel Grove (LSD 32)2ndOct 1961 – Aug 1963Many, many fond memories of a fine ship that will always be with me. Met my wife of 43 years, 2007, on the Solant Amity IV cruise in Durban, South Africa. Have often wondered about many of my shipmates and how they fared in life.
Watson, JerryUSS Dyess (DD 880)MMSep 1962 – Jun 1965
Watson, TomUSS Swerve (MSO 495)EngineeringAug 1, 1970 – Nov 30, 1970Fleet Firemen, checked onboard just before decommitioning. Was onboard aprox 3 months.
Watt, SamUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)V-21981 – 1985Didn't realize how important my stay on the Kitty Hawk was in molding me to who I am today. A trip I'm recommending my sons. I will see her off in Bremerton where I started my stay with her.
Watts, JohnUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)Engineering Jan 2007 – Dec 2007I remember going through the Panama Canal on our way to Vietnam. She was a great Ship with a great crew. Does any one remember when Robert Stack can aboard when we were on station in Vietnam?
Watts, RogerUSS Goodhue (APA 107)Jul 8, 1945 –I am a private collector who recently acquired the "Domain of the Golden Dragon" certificate for one Roger Watts. This certificate was issued aboard the U.S.S. Goodhue on July 8th, 1945. Any additional information on this sailor is welcom
Wayne Campbell, WagenbuernerUSS Arkansas (CGN 41)A-GANGJul 23, 1990 – Mar 14, 1994
Weaver, EdUSS Wasp (CV 18)XDec 7, 1965 – Dec 2, 1967Worked in the legal office and played on ships softball team. Some good memories. On for alot of the Gemini pickups and fought in a couple of the smokers on board. Hope to hear from some of my old friends and maybe make some new ones.
Weaver, JemaralUSS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49)'M', was there another?Dec 27, 1993 – Oct 7, 1996PLANKOWNER AMR-1 and ENOW MMR-1 & 2. Never forgot New Orleans, what I remember of it. Good Times!
Weaver, ThomasUSS Barbel (SS 580)1969 – 1972
Webb, Hugh,captainUSS Roark (FF 1053)commandSep 21, 1982 – Mar 17, 1985best tour of my career
Weber, HaroldUSS Bluefish (SSN 675)ETOct 1973 – Jun 1979first ship
Weber, HaroldUSS Parche (SSN 683)ETJul 1988 – Aug 1991last ship
Weber, LouisUSS Papago (ATF 160)1975 – 1977
Webster, Harold CamdenUSS Bunker Hill (CV 17)1945 –My grandfather was on the ship when it was attacked in May 1945 and survived. If anyone knew him, please contact me at We would love to hear any stories. He died very young of pancreatic cancer.
Webster, MelvinUSS Sitkoh Bay (CVE 86)Sep 1944 – Mar 1945My Dad served on this ship, he has passed away but the memories are still with us kids.
Weekley, AndyUSS Stein (FF 1065)Mar 1990 –Married with 2 kids, living in Millersburg, OH. I work in the oil and gas business. Any bets on BM3 Bristow(bone) wreaking havoc in prison somewhere?
Weeks, JohnUSS Direct (MSO 430)1955 – 1959entering for father
Weir, WoodyUSS Bausell (DD 845)Operations, RadioJul 1963 – Aug 1964Great time aboard the Mighty B. Any of my old friends that are still out there, I'd sure like to hear from you.

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