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Haas, Jerry B. (Country)USS Noa (DD 841)GMGA/Weapons/ASMay 1969 – Dec 12, 1972Arrived on board subic-bay Philippines 1969. I was taken to CApt Mann & the Chaplain. I set them straight on who had arrived. They voyage and course was set . Thanks you-------- Noa and crew for the memories. Hy-LA.
Haas, JoeUSS Comte De Grasse (DD 974)GSE1 (sw)M1992 – 1995Good times with good friends. contact info:
Haas, JohnUSS Cochrane (DDG 21)MM1MFeb 1, 1972 – Mar 10, 1973Had a great time. Made a WestPac - Nam and various great ports in the Pacific and South China Sea. Good time.
Haas, JohnUSS Albany (CG 10)RD3 OS3Operations1970 – 1973
Haas, KenUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)E-3V-1Jul 5, 1982 – Apr 20, 1985Flight deck,Aircraft elevators,Flight deck control.
Haas, KevinUSS Patterson (FF 1061)OS3Radar1970 – 1973Plank Owner. Have many memories. Lots of fun and great crew. Every once in awhile a memory surfaces and I have to chuckle. Speicla hello to the Radar crew.
Haas, KurtUSS Fidelity (MSO 443)EM3Electricians1985 – 1986Served with the Electricians aboard the Fido until she caught fire in Charleston. I broke my right wrist while responding to it.
Haas, LouisUSS Bunker Hill (CV 17)1945 – Sep 1945My farther first saw the Bunker Hill, after his transfer from Chicago, in his second assignment, in Drydock, in Bremerton Washington, in the spring of 1945.
Haas, MarkUSS Antrim (FFG 20)GSE2E-11982 – 1985It's great to see some familiar names from the past. My fondest memories are mostly from the time I served aboard the "Mighty Mirtna" I'm sure J B Moses will remember out first underway experience as wide eyed young men, it was the dro
Haas, MarkUSS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)GSE1 SWE1Jul 1985 – Aug 1987I came aboard while the ship was in Mayport durring the SNFL cruise. Lots of great memories and good times.
Haas, MichaelUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)GMG2Guns1980 – 1982
Haas, MichaelUSS Hermitage (LSD 34)SN2Deck/Guns1979 – 1980Ship was a pile of junk, but I had a great time. Med Cruise 79-80, GITMO, Jamaica and other places. Started out as a striker in Deck and got in to 3rd Division. Those 3"50's were useless, but sure were fun to fire.
Haas, MichaelUSS Boise (SSN 764)MM2(SS)Aug 1990 – Nov 1992I was a nuc machinist's mate. Your typical M-Div Slug. I got out in Dec. of 95, then went to college.
Haas, Michael profile iconUSS MacDonough (DDG 39)EM3EAug 15, 1985 – Mar 1, 1988learned a lot, no regrets. med cruise was fun.
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Haas, Michael MikeUSS Bigelow (DD 942)tm3ASOct 1974 – Aug 1977to any one that remembers me hello feel free to contact me
Haas, Nicky NickUSS Seminole (AKA 104)IC2E DivisionAug 14, 1964 – Feb 23, 1967Looking for anyone who would like to attend the next reunion in 2017 in Ft. Myers, Fl. Contact me.
Haas, PaulTomcatters (VF 31)CAPT2001 – 2003VF-154, VC-1, VF-126, VF-2, VF-101, VF-31, VF-101
Haas, PeterUSS America (CV 66)PAO-OJ1982 – 1985It was long ago I was on the America, It seems like a life time ago
Haas, RayUSS Gridley (CG 21)ETR3 & DP2OEAug 1974 – Jan 1980Started as an ET, wound up as a DP. Worked on the Navy's first non-tactical computer system onboard Gridley. 2 memorable WESPACs, fond memories. Sorry to see Gridley turned into razor blades!
Haas, RayUSS Nereus (AS 17)ENC Chief EnginemanEngineering1955 – 1958
Haas, RichardUSS Park County (LST 1077)EM3EngineeringDec 1966 – Apr 1968
Haas, Robert/bobUSS Brooke (DEG 1)STG23rdOct 1972 – Mar 1975
Haas, Robert/bobUSS Southerland (DD 743)STG2ASMar 1975 – Aug 1977
Haas, RussUSS Lang (FF 1060)LTJGR and NavOct 1985 – May 1988Was first tour, great crew.....horrible leadership. On a reserve ship we made it happen with less!!!!
Haas, ScottUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)FC3OFJan 3, 1993 – Jun 25, 1994My first ship, did her last deployment. Great bunch of guys.
Haas, SteveUSS Sterett (CG 31)Bm31stMar 10, 1991 – Feb 17, 1994cuba panama beer and sweeping running water off, in the rain plus chabot's anchr tatoo on his hand whats not to miss. still the best danm ship i severed on . and would serve again, only with the same crew .
Haas, SteveUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)Bm32ndOct 15, 1985 – Jul 9, 1990miss liquid lunch, but not capt mass
Haas, TimUSS Monongahela (AO 178)SK3Dec 1988 – Jul 1991I met a lot of great people that I got to see the world with. I still tell stories about some of you characters lol. I hope your lives are all going well and I'm glad I got to have served with you.
Haas, TimUSS Constellation (CV 64)GMM2SAM1978 – 1980They never could catch us playing poker in Launcher 1
Haas, TimUSS Gridley (CG 21)GMM2Missle1980 – 1982
Haas, TimothyUSNS San Diego (T-AFS 6)SK3S-21987 – 1990What a wonderful experience. Met some great people on board who I will never forget.
Haas, VernonUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)AT1/E6V6Dec 1964 – Mar 1966Shop foreman for aviation electronics repair shop while aboard. On board during Dominican Republic expedition. I'd like to hear from anyone I may have served with.
Haas, WalterUSS Floyd B. Parks (DD 884)E-3DeckJul 8, 1970 – Jul 26, 1972Had a lot of good times with BoBo and Hlavaty,Minor and Richard Paul.
Haas, William (Hoss)USS Nimitz (CVN 68)SAG-2Jan 3, 1975 – 1979I'll never forget the good & bad times we ALL had. I hope that when you read this it will brings back only the good times & memories. May God Bless You (Plank Owner & Magrat)
Haas/martinez, TinaRecruit Training Command OrlandoSH 3Company k119Aug 1985 – Oct 1985
Haase, AlUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)MM1(SS)T-1Oct 13, 1992 – Aug 4, 1993It felt strange being above water. I had a great time in Curacao and going through the the "Big Ditch". Think of My Brothers in PC often, also. Last days in Navy were on board "Big Grey".
Haase, ChrisUSS America (CV 66)AZ3CVW-1 StaffOct 1, 1989 – Dec 31, 1993CVW-1 Staff. Worked Flight Deck Control.
Haase, DanUSS Kauffman (FFG 59)NC1 FORMER BM2DeckMar 1988 – May 1992Awesome, awesome times. With Connison, Fa'ataliga, Bowling, Whitman, Huddleston, Chavez and the whole crew, it was a blast. Best ship I have ever seen!!!!

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