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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
E, GabrielUSS Preble (DDG 88)EN/E-5Engineering/AAug 12, 2002 – Aug 12, 2004
E, Johnson Howard .USS Bristol County (LST 1198)EN2AFeb 15, 1973 – Oct 10, 1974
E, RUSS Elliot (DD 967)e5rNov 4, 1991 – 1994
Eachen, MicheleUSS McKee (AS 41)E-4S-2Apr 4, 1994 – Apr 4, 1998
Eaches, JamesNaval Air Station Patuxent Rivere-4airframesJul 30, 1991 – May 6, 1998
Eacott, RussellUSS Ponce (LPD 15)E-4/GM3DeckApr 10, 1985 – Apr 29, 1988
Eacret, JerryUSS Lloyd Thomas (DD 764)em2rMay 20, 1961 – May 20, 1965anyone on the ship when i was
Eaddy, George/edisonUSS Valley Forge (CV 45)1949 – 1951Just adding this for my Dad. He is deceased now. But I thought he would like this.
Eadelis, DaveUSS Mount Whitney (LCC 20)Photographer's Mate 3rd Class PH3INTEL/IP Photo LabOct 1, 1978 – Feb 12, 1982Best bunch of PH's in the USN! We had a blast in every Port we went 2_Visit'd in 99? took my 3 kids aboard, we ran fm the QD stright up the Off's ladder 2 the bridge_Saw 4-18-L_Mess_Ph lab_no duty PH
Eadelis, DaveNaval Air Station BrunswickPhotographer's Mate 3rd ClassPhoto LabFeb 12, 1982 – Feb 13, 1985Had the time of my life in the Beautiful State of Maine. Recenty found out NASB was decommissioned, SO SAD!
Eadens, JeromeUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)IC3V-2 / VLA1990 – 1992I remember "haze gray and underway" for 9 1/2 months. Good times with the crew.
Eades, DanaUSS Coontz (DDG 40)BT3BJun 10, 1978 – Jun 10, 1981Still in a boiler room. Shellback, Bluenose, party on the beach. Lots of fun but once was enough.
Eades, GaryUSS Halyburton (FFG 40)ET3Jan 7, 1984 – Aug 15, 1987
Eades, GaryUSS Richard E. Kraus (DD 849)BT3B division1971 – 1972looking for anyone who can give me the exact dates we pulled into da nang habor to refuel pierside. if you can help, would appreciate it. thanks.
Eades, MikeUSS Oak Hill (LSD 51)EN1/E-6ENGINEERINGJun 21, 2001 – Jun 23, 2003Still in the navy at RTC other than that not much happening.
Eades, RogerUSS Jouett (DLG 29)MM2MJun 1971 – Jan 4, 1974If I'd known I would have lived so long....I would have taken better care of myself on the Jouett
Eades, RoyUSS Herbert J. Thomas (DD 833)RM 2OCJun 1965 – Aug 1966Many memories
Eades, ScottUSS Crommelin (FFG 37)0S2OIFeb 10, 1983 – Oct 22, 1985(PLANK OWNER)
Eades, ScottUSS Joseph Strauss (DDG 16)OS1(SW)Mar 5, 1988 – Oct 3, 1989HI BRIAN, GLAD TO SEE ANOTHER OS ON THE LIST. INSTEAD OF OS1 I NOW GO BY: SSGT.EADES (U.S.ARMY RESERVE) YOU NEVER KNOW WHERE LIFE TAKES YOU.....DO YOU
Eades, WilUSS America (CV 66)E4FCJan 1, 2001 – Sep 18, 2002
Eads, DannyUSS Forrestal (CV 59)DC1RFeb 22, 1984 – Jul 1, 1989These were some of the best years of my life. Still woring with the Navy in the area of fire fighting. I retired in May 2002.
Eads, DannyUSS Inchon (MCS 12)DC2RFeb 4, 1976 – Jul 1, 1979I reported onboard as a DCFA, and did most of the general DC training from 77-79.Ended up doing the yard peroid in Portsmouth and TOO many med cruises.I retired in May 2002 from FTC Mayport.I still work with the Navy designing firefighting trainers.
Eads, Dave BisonUSS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)ET3 (SW)CS4Aug 1987 – Aug 1991Before or after nobody and I mean nobody partied like the REGULATORS!!! Fritz,Tip, Beagle, RJ, Spero, Siko (yea you to dickhead) Brian. Unitas XXXI good times. WTFO people whats up?
Eads, EricUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)AE2 (AW/SW)im-3Feb 7, 2002 – Aug 8, 2002lots of good times on big john....im-3/the junkyard
Eads, JamesUSS Fort Fisher (LSD 40)EN2A-Gang1982 – 1985
Eads, JamesUSS Intrepid (CV 11)GunnerQuad 40s1944 –My father, James E. Eads (RIP) as a gunner, earned his Purple Heart 18 March 1945 at the Battle of Okinawa. Shrapnel from an exploding kamikaze betty.
Eads, Jim Beater Executive OfficerUSS Lang (FF 1060)E-4oeJan 1, 1978 – Aug 7, 1981Looking for beater commanding officer tim donovan, bruce, tj, birdman give me a shout. Remembering all the good times in ECM-3.
Eads, JoshuaUSS Hartford (SSN 768)EM3Jun 15, 2005 –Sleep is not a prority
Eads, NicholasUSS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)ABF2(AW/SW)Air/V4Nov 21, 2003 – Dec 19, 2008My first tour of duty. Was one that i will never forget. It was a lot of work but very rewarding.
Eads, RobertUSS Kankakee (AO 39)RM 2nd classoperationsAug 14, 1961 – Nov 25, 1962looking for shipmates 1961 to1962 aug 1961 to nav 1962
Eads, TroyUSS Wasp (LHD 1)E-1/E-2V-4Jan 10, 1991 – Mar 11, 1992
Eads, Troy D.USS Wasp (LHD 1)E-1/AIRMANV-4Jan 10, 1991 – Mar 11, 1992Worked as a undesignated airman in V-4 Div. Was on the first Med Cruise left in 92 on pcs orders for AD A school.
Eady, IrvinUSS Josephus Daniels (CG 27)BTFNBoiler Tech1988 – 1990
Eady, James / JimUSS Tecumseh (SSBN 628)TM2/ssTorpedoDec 7, 1980 – Nov 14, 1984"These dolphins, once you pin them on your chest, leave deep marks, right over your heart, long after the uniforms have been put away.” Bud F. Turner ex-MT2(SS) U.S.S. Stonewall Jackson SSBN634 Gold
Eady, TimothyUSS Simon Lake (AS 33)RM2CommunicationsJul 15, 1981 – Jun 18, 1983I enjoyed my time of the Simon Lake. This is where I reenlisted.
Eady, William WtUSS Orion (AS 18)STOREKEEPER 1ST CLASS10thJan 7, 1947 – 1951Served in Panama and Norfolk
Eagan, RogerUSS Greenling (SSN 614)SK2(SS)SUPPLYJan 1967 – May 1970PLANK HOLDER, DOUBLE BLUE NOSE
Eagan, RoyUSS Camden (AOE 2)E-5/BM21st/StreamDec 1999 – Dec 2004
Eagen, JamesUSS Nassau (LHA 4)OS2SW/AWOIAug 1991 – 1994Tommy Mac glad to see you are still around, Mo congrats on retirement, Ron C looks like you finnaly got off there Congrats on retirement
Eagen, MikeUSS Gridley (CG 21)Captain, USN (Ret)Engineering DepartmentMar 1, 1988 – Mar 1, 1990Was LCDR Eagen then; Chief Engineer. Loved the ship, the crew, and the job. A fast ship going in harm's way. A great deployment with just Gridley and John Young doing our thing.

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