US Navy Crew List

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Ozminski, AllenUSS Mullinnix (DD 944)E-4Boilerman1969 – 1974Served on the Mullinnix from 69-74. Just want to reconnect. Made E-5 right when leaving. Was stated in Norfolk, Virginia. Was known as Oz or Ozzie.
Ozmon, MikeUSS Flatley (FFG 21)BMSNNov 1989 – Jun 1991
Ozoa, Ricci "pimp"USS Comte De Grasse (DD 974)PN3AdminNov 1982 – Jun 1986Those are the days of Ray White, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Kranz, Mr. YNC "Ben" Duke of Earl, Da Postman, Da NAV Crew, Da Career Group, Da Emerg Med Response, and, the cool "Cooks".
Ozuna Jr, AntonioUSS Mobile (LKA 115)Yeoman/E4AdminJul 5, 1985 – Oct 10, 1988Two WESTPACs 86 & 88. Enjoyed every minute of it. Miss my friends and trying to locate them.
Ozuna/cartagena, MichelleUSS O'Brien (DD 975)SN/BM31stFeb 2002 – Oct 10, 2002I meet lots of great people and made a lot of long lasting friends. I did lose contact with many only throw the fault of getting new orders. If you wish to contact me my e-mail address is
Ozzolek, PeterUSS Sculpin (SSN 590)MM2/SSAgangMay 1, 1985 – Sep 2, 1990Join the Sculpin Facebook Page. Or contact me at my last name on
Ozzone, SamUSS Independence (CV 62)DTP3AWdentalMar 20, 1982 – Mar 20, 1985I cleaned a lot of mouths in the three years I was on board and met a lot of good people I will never forget. Hope everyone is doing well. Drop a line if you wish.
O`brien, Francis E. JrUSS Salem (CA 139)MM3MikeOct 1955 – May 1956
O`Connell, PatUSS Tripoli (LPH 10)ETN2OEJun 1, 1969 – Oct 31, 1973Served onboard for 3 westpacs, and one yard overhaul. Would gladly have done another westpac, in place of that yard period !!!
O’connell, DanielUSS Conolly (DD 979)OS2OIJul 1978 – Dec 1981Hoping to connect with old shipmates. Still in contact with a few and the reunions are great.
O’dell, Stretch / OdUSS Harlan County (LST 1196)BM2nd deck departmentJun 10, 1980 – Mar 8, 1984Spent a lot of time with good people while trying to grow up! I was still growing (6’4”-6’7”) my first year or so- clumsy awkward and immature but accepted I think. I did many things I was lucky to survive(:-)) them
O’dell, Stretch / OdUSS Fresno (LST 1182)BMDeck DeptApr 10, 1988 – Jul 21, 1991third LST, detailer had a real sense of humor, but I was from LA so, did a lot of things with some cool folks from all over. The Bow ramp bouncing that caused us to visit Yokosuka was interesting, camping trips as well
O’dell, Stretch / OdUSS Newport (LST 1179)SNDECKFeb 9, 1980 – Mar 12, 1980assigned to wait for my T to get back from deployment, still learned a bit about the ship and found good folks who were also waiting to transfer to the GoldenGator (LST1196)
O’dell, Stretch / OdFlying Eagles (VA 122)BMsquadronApr 15, 1985 – Mar 1, 1987A deck Ape in a brown shoe navy- still the tallest sailor not always a good thing standing out in - but met some good folks learned about motors from a gut who new a thing or two and made it to the base police TAD
O’malley, ThomasNaval Hospital ChelseaHM2Newborn NurserySep 1972 –Looking for: D. LEMAY D. O’MALLEY Thanks
O’shields, RonUSNS Flint (T-AE 32)MS2S-2May 18, 1979 – 1983The top 2 things I’ve done was be aboard the Flint Retired from the US Postal Service. Now a volunteer at Lake Keystone in the Tulsa Oklahoma area.

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