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Jones, DarylUSS Juneau (LPD 10)YN3X/AdminJan 1974 – Sep 1976Ay, Those were the days. Still kicking, living in K.C. Mo.
Jones, DavidRecruit Training Command San DiegoYN3Company 118Jun 12, 1986 – Aug 17, 1986Just checking to see if any these individuals are still around and say hello.
Jones, JoneseyUSS San Jacinto (CG 56)YN3AdminJul 15, 1990 – Mar 16, 1993I remember the good ol' days on SAN JAC. Steel beach picnics, UNREPS, Desert Shield/Storm, and Unitas. Went on to be a LN2 and got out in 1999. What I would give to spend three more years on SAN JACINTO, the Navy's best CG.
Jones, LawrenceUSS Juneau (LPD 10)YN3X 43rdApr 27, 1981 – Apr 27, 1984I miss the fellas! Striker, John Joesph, Glen Taylor & Michael Simmons (guitarist). While in X-division, I miss my friend, Fred & Drey (Notth Dakota or Iowa) I loved working in the career council's office. I loved it!
Jones, NathanUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)YN31st 5th First Lt's Office YeomanApr 25, 1975 – Feb 26, 1977Deck Departmental Yeoman.... Finest ship that I ever sailed aboard!
Jones, NathanUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)YN31st 5th First Lt's Office YeomanApr 25, 1975 – Feb 28, 1977Deck Departmental Yeoman. 1st Lt A.G. Campbell, J. Kennedy. YN3 Banks, YN3 Henley and I held down the Deck Office. The WesPac of 76 was great! Anyone remember me onboard email.... Peace out!
Jones, William (Bill)USS Robert E. Peary (FF 1073)YN3NXSep 1972 – Oct 1974 Need contact if on Peary in '73 WESTPAC Gulf of Tonkin. May have a VA med claim (agent orange). Like to hear from YNC P E Rhodes and YN3 Mark Young. Tel: 912-655-2796 or 1140 Trellis Ct Statesoboro Ga 30467 prefered
Jovanelly, Albert (Joe)USS Paul Revere (LPA 248)YN3X DivisionJun 1973 – Jun 1976It was a pleasure to be a part of "Peter Rabbit 's" crew. We all were pretty proud to carry Flag.
Joy, JessicaUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)YN3Reactor/SafetyNov 23, 2000 – Jul 4, 2004This has been a very rewarding tour and I have learned alot and met alot of amazing people while onboard. This will be a milestone in my life that I will never forget. Thanks to all my fellow shipmates and best of luck in all you do.
Jungheim, ToddUSS Anchorage (LSD 36)YN3AdminDec 1990 – Mar 1994
Justo, JosephUSS Providence (CLG 6)YN3XOct 1965 – Apr 1967Worked in the Captain's Office (Ship's Office). Capt. Trisdell was captain. Supervised by YNc Cunninghan and R. Russell. Worked with YN3 Alan Minton and YN Joseph A. Luzcz.
Jeffery, Will (Wolf)USS Sturgeon (SSN 637)YN3 (SS)Ship's Office1984 – 1987Its Veteran's Day and I just pulled out my old uniforms. Who knew that some 27 years later, I'd still have them and my kids would be trying them on. Ahh, the memories; tough at the time, but the best time of my life.
Johnson, Phillip StacyUSS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51)YN3 (SW)Nav-AdminOct 9, 1990 – Mar 3, 1993I was so excited to see this site. I hope that you all are doing well. Gosh, it has been so long since being on board this great ship. Being a plank owner of the USS Arleigh Burke will be something that will be very special to me.
Jameson, BryceUSS Louisiana (SSBN 743)YN3(SS)YNMar 26, 2005 –
Jackson, JonathanUSS Hawes (FFG 53)YN3(SW)Apr 15, 2004 – Oct 6, 2005Good ship met a lot of good people...Ever Ready Ever Fearless!
Johnson, Phillip StacyUSS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51)YN3(SW)Nav AdminMar 9, 1990 – Mar 1993
Johnson, Unious (Jay)USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)YN3(SW)EXEC ADMIN/C.O. ADMIN/OPS DEPTJun 1996 – Sep 1999there are a few people i would love to talk to that i miss aboard the HAWK! that was my 1st command & throughout my NAVY career, those were the best times & friends i EVER HAD!!!!
James, BradUSS Harlan County (LST 1196)YN3/YEOMANExecutiveOct 23, 1987 – Apr 23, 1991I enjoyed my time onboard the USS Harlan County with our Captain Gartor John. You can contact me at
Jenczyk, A Polish Ship StanleyUSS Suffolk County (LST 1173)yn5USS SUFFOLK COUNTY1967 – 1968Just looking for people who served aboard the USS suffolk county lst 1173, in the years 1967 and 68. I was a yeoman on board, and I served with two other guys, in the office of the ship. We had a great time on board the ship, and I remember taking a cowo
Johnson, BobUSS Dominant (MSO 431)YN5Navy1970 – 1972Hope all are doing well that have served this ship.
Jasper, SkipUSS Sides (FFG 14)YNCAug 1995 – Jun 1997teaching NROTC at Texas A&M Univ at Galveston.
Johnson, GaryUSS William V. Pratt (DDG 44)YNCAdminAug 1983 – Jun 1985Retired in Charleston 1 July 1985 following Med/IO cruise. I remember standing JOOD watches while "cold iron" in Charleston Christmas of 1983, if I remember right, I've never been so cold. Even the steam was cold out there.
Jones, TommyBlue Dolphins (VFA 203)YNCsquadron1988 – 1991Was first Chief assigned to the new CPO billet in the Admin Dept in 88. Led the dept through transition to the new RESFIRST system. (What a mess!) Still can't believe we did what we did using those antique computers! Wish I had more space!!!
Jackson, Henry (Jack)USS Triton (SSN 586)YNC(SS)Personnel & AdministrationMar 6, 1966 – May 1969I am Chairman of the USS TRITON Reunion Committee and am interested in contact information for any and all TRITON Shipmates. We have a Reunion every 2 years and the next Reunion will be in Mobile, Al in 2014.
Jackson, TroyUSS Vincennes (CG 49)YNC(SW)ADMINDec 27, 1991 – Sep 10, 1995My career started on the VINNY as a YNSN. The best DAMN command of my career and I needed it. I transferred in 1995 and I still, to this day, think of the VINNY. Chris, Red, Smitty and Parker, we were the originals "click" and I miss all those
Jackson, TroyUSS Mount Vernon (LSD 39)YNC(SW)ADMINSep 11, 2000 – Jul 25, 2003Thanks to "my" guys, YN2(SW) Muehlhausen, YN3(SW) Mirghassemi, YN3(SW) Rizzo, YN3(SW) Salcido, PN2(SW) Santos and PN3(SW) Cano. You made me what I am today, a Chief, and I will always remember that! YOU GUYS WERE THE BEST OFFICE OF MY CAREER!
Johns, BobUSS Sacramento (AOE 1)YNC(SW)Ship's SecretaryJan 1, 2000 – Apr 1, 2002Great ship, made a lot of friends and learned alot about the supply side of things. Overall, the GOLDEN BEARS RULE!!
Jones, PaulUSS Chief (MCM 14)YNC(SW)DECK/SHIP BARBERApr 16, 1994 – Jan 11, 1995Now that I am a Chief Petty Officer, it was a pleasure to be a Plankowner onboard the CHIEF. That is where it all started for me.
Juelfs, GrantUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)YNC(SW)ReactorSep 1990 – Jun 1993Serving onboard the USS NIMITZ was a great experience and easily the most rewarding and enjoyable sea tour I had in my Navy career.
Johnson, AnnaUSS Yellowstone (AD 41)YNC(SW/AW)ADMINSep 1988 – Oct 1990Being on board the YELLOWSTONE was the best time in the Navy for me. I still see people I remember and who remember me. I think that's why I stayed Navy. I'm still in and work at NROTCU Northwestern. A crew reunion would be great.
Jones, MichaelUSS Saratoga (CV 60)YNC(SW/AW)/E7V-5 (Air Admin)Sep 1990 – Jul 1994I've been on several ships since and can honestly say, she was the best of them all.
Jones, IvanUSS Elrod (FFG 55)YNC(SW/SCW)Jan 28, 2003 – Feb 25, 2006Sending a shout out to my boys on the ROD.
Judy, JimUSS Wyoming (SSBN 742)YNCSExecutiveAug 15, 1994 – Oct 15, 1995Leading Yeoman until selected and commissioned as Chief Warrant Officer.
Johnson, DougUSS Gettysburg (CG 64)YNCS(SW/AW)AdminJun 1, 1996 – Oct 7, 1999Wow....what an awesome ship and tight crew we had! I sure miss those days!!! Times sure do change.
Jacobs, AaronUSS Canisteo (AO 99)YNSNAdminMar 1975 – Mar 1977Wow, just found this site. What a bunch of great memories. This was my first command out of "A" school. I have lost all my pictures from those days, during one of my many moves. I worked for Joe L. Smith back then.
Jandreau, Curtis / SpankyUSS Stump (DD 978)YNSNDECK/NXOct 20, 1992 – May 15, 1996Wow, Can't believe this ship is being decom. Had some good times on her.
Janese, DonnyUSS Austin (LPD 4)ynsnadminDec 14, 1984 – Oct 25, 1986whats up my fellow austin people...jamie tucker, ed page are u out there...
Jensen, JoeUSS Jacksonville (SSN 699)YNSNYeomen!Apr 27, 2004 –Howdy doo Joey buddy!
Jimenez, NelsonUSS Belknap (CG 26)YnsnYn1965 – 1968
Jimmie Jackson, Lil JackUSS Canisteo (AO 99)YNSNAdmin/DeckFeb 14, 1975 – Apr 21, 1978Didn't take full advantage of this great opportunity Met some great guys The structure formed on that ship carries over to the person I am today Everything turned out pretty damned good

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