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Quirk, PeteUSS Juneau (LPD 10)BM32NDApr 1976 – Sep 1979HAD A GREAT TIME ON THE JUNEAU , Anyone from 2nd Div during this period contact me .
Quirk, PeteUSS Juneau (LPD 10)BM32ndApr 1976 – Sep 1979Had a great time on the juneau any one from 2nd div. contact me @,
Quirk, Wayne P.USS Orion (AS 18)2ND CLASS PETIT OFFICERR2Apr 1, 1973 – Jul 2, 1976Worked mainly as a Ship Fitter Technician in the Ship Fitter Shop. My only real claim to fame is I was QB on the Orion's Football Team the year we won the Charleston Yards Championship. I believe it was 1975. Any other team members on here
Quirke, KevinUSS Dixie (AD 14)MSSNSupplyJul 30, 1979 – Jul 30, 1982No records of myself in roster.
Quiroga, BillUSS Nassau (LHA 4)E4 AZAirMay 26, 1984 – May 18, 1988
Quiroga, CarloUSS Detroit (AOE 4)EMRASJun 1, 1981 – Oct 30, 1985Good times, Good memories---learned about life....saw the world.....helped me with my life today..
Quiroga, EddUSS Constellation (CV 64)E-3Electrial Div/catipult and elevator shop1972 – 1974Best captians mast in fleet
Quiroz, CaesarUSS Midway (CV 41)ABE=3V-21978 – 1980Served with pride with the greatest grew. will never forget the Lady and all the great memories spent aboard her. had the best time of my life there
Quiroz, FrankUSS Waddell (DDG 24)E1opsDec 1989 – Apr 1991
Quiroz, JoseUSS Belknap (CG 26)MM3A-Gang0000 – Feb 1, 1995
Quiroz, JoseUSS Mahan (DDG 42)MM3Engineer/Main ControlApr 1992 – Feb 1993
Quiroz, OrlandoUSS Robert E. Peary (FF 1073)BM3FirstAug 21, 1981 – Aug 21, 1985We grew up together on board the The Robbert E. Peary. Jim Small, Dale Klamen, Tony Walker, Mark White, Joe Fontaine, Bubba, Page, Powell, Glenkoswki, Dan Desmond, Archuleta, Jack Kenny, Gagliard, so many others. say hi
Quiroz, RubenUSS Whipple (FF 1062)RMSN E-3Radio Central IntelligenceApr 1, 1989 – Nov 27, 1991To all shipmates who proudly served on board the USS WHIPPLE (Operation Desert Storm) I thank you for your services and the honorable moments we shared on our historical journey. Take care and God bless....
Quiroz, SamuelUSS Wichita (AOR 1)EM3M1971 – 1975
Quirozbalderas, QUSS Denver (LPD 9)E6/CSSupply S2May 2004 – Oct 2008I remember Master Chief Cheong and CS3 Flood, CS3 Jensen
Quirple, WilliamUSS Tutuila (ARG 4)3rd Class2nd DivisionJun 1951 – Jun 1955She was a good ship and I enjoyed the time being aboard. I met a lot of good friends.
Quisenberry, Marion S.USS Henderson (DD 785)MM 2/COct 9, 1942 – Apr 12, 1946This entry was created by his grandson. He died in 2005 at age 84.
Quisenberry, Stephen QUSS Mount Whitney (LCC 20)IT2CD/RM/IT who knows anymoreFeb 1, 1997 – Aug 10, 2000holy crap where is Silva? no one knows says chief... What's up, Dave, Houston, Amidon, Dillon, Rob, Duncan, Sheer (don't know where you are), Bennett, Zimmerman, McDowell, Sanders, Stillwell, Tedford and anyone else I missed...Email me
Quisenberry, William (Quis)USS Boone (FFG 28)BM31stMar 1989 – Aug 1992It's been 13 year's since I got out.I think about alot of the guys.Ben Hicks,Dave Moore,Brian Fogel.Looking back it was a great time in my life.
Quist, CarlUSS Hartley (DE 1029)BM31st1970 – 1972
Quist, LynnUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)RM3CRJul 1963 – Jan 1965Am a plank owner,came aboard the day before commissioning ceremony. CR&CS Div berthed in troop spaces near Main Comm. Sea trials,shakedown,Operation Steelpike,Panama incident.Good ship and radio/sig gang.Learned a lot,great life experience.
Quistorf, James "Jim Q."USS Tattnall (DDG 19)OS3/2OIMar 1979 – Feb 1981
Quistorf, James "Jim Q."USS Horne (CG 30)Feb 1981 – Dec 1982Was helo'd aboard as part of "cross-deck" swap from USS Tattnall while in the Persian Gulf in early 1981. Yard period in Long Beach 81/82.
Quiter, LloydUSS Oriskany (CV 34)BM21stMar 1968 – Oct 1971Going down to watch the Mighty "O" say good-bye. Any other BM out there attending? I've been searching all the Oriskany sites for buddies but not many found.
Quiter, LloydUSS Oriskany (CVA 34)BM21st Div.1968 – 1971I was on location and watched her go down. It was tough to watch but I'm glad I was there.
Quitevis, ArnoldUSS Paul F. Foster (DD 964)GSM3Engineering1990 – 1992
Quitevis, Ken "Q"USS Oldendorf (DD 972)ET2(SW)CESep 24, 1984 – Oct 24, 1986Those were the days!! Best in a life-time. Now a DoN CIV working at HRMC PH (aka FTSCPAC/MOTU-1/etc.) doing the same stuff as before - woking on COMM gear. To think, I just did an INSURV on the ship that sank our One & OLY!!
Quitiquit, Mark "q2"USS Elliot (DD 967)GSM3 (SW)MP EM02Jan 10, 2000 – Sep 10, 2004Best crew ever had and best memories in the Navy. Capt. Nolan awsome CO, GSEC Nuttal and GSCS Ellorin great CPO in ENG Dept. EM02 RULES!!!
Quitiquit, Mark "q2"USS Elliot (DD 967)GSM2 (SW)MP/EM02Jan 2000 – Dec 2003Best ship and crew ever. EM02 best in the west. WestPac 2000,2001,2003. u don't know the Q!!!
Quitoriano, MelchorUSS Whirlwind (PC 11)ENC(SW/AW)Aug 20, 2006 – Feb 9, 2007Main Propulsion Assistant for Engineering Department
Quitoriano, MelchorUSS Sirocco (PC 6)ENC(SW/AW)ENGINEERINGNov 6, 2004 – May 22, 2007I was the Main Propulsion Assistant for PC Crew Mike
Quitoriano, MelchorUSS Cape Cod (AD 43)R-6 Repair Diesel ShopJun 18, 1991 – Jul 18, 1993diesel Engine Tech
Quitoriano, MelchorUSS Midway (CV 41)ENC(SW?AW)Melchor Quitoriano aka Chief QA divisionMar 21, 1987 – Jan 19, 1991I was an Engineman 2nd Class for A Division, Forward & Aft Diesel. I left the Midway few days after the Air Strike during OperationDesert Shield/ Desert Storm.
Quittner, IanUSS Ranger (CV 61)AT2AIMD WC 6421978 – 1981
Quittner, IanStingers (VA 113)AT2squadronSep 10, 1976 – Jul 28, 1981Looking for my old shipmates in VA-113 and aboard the USS Ranger
Quod, KennethUSS Damato (DD 871)SeamanDeck/fire control technicianJun 27, 1967 – Nov 2, 1968I was on board during "Operation Sea Dragon" in Vietnam Sept- Jan 1967-1968. We were hit and had to be repaired in the Philippines.
Qureshi, Mohammad NaveedUSS Black Hawk (MHC 58)SKSNSKSN2001 – 2004Best Time spend ever in my life ,I miss all my shipmates.
Qwak, DennardUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)E-3OpsJul 18, 1981 – Jun 7, 1986Mauna Kea was called the tuna boat during my tour on there. Knew some great people on the ship, but I got ill and transferred due to horrible berthing conditions. Looking for friends and acquaintences from 81 to 86.

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