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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Venza, FrankUSS Hermitage (LSD 34)Communcations Radio Jan 1, 1956 – Jan 1, 1960I am posting this for my Dad that past away on November 22nd 2006. We have some great 8mm film of the Ship and Crew during stops in San Juan for R&R around 1959.
Venzon, FernandoUSS Hassayampa (AO 145)ElectricalNov 1975 – Jul 1978
Venzor, JustinUSS Oak Hill (LSD 51)Jan 4, 1995 – Jan 4, 1999
Vergara, VernonUSNS Supply (T-AOE 6)ChaplainJan 10, 2000 – Jun 13, 2001Greetings from your "Rappin" Chaps. Supply and her crew is still close to my heart.
Verhey, HaroldUSS Dayton (CL 105)Jan 7, 1945 – Sep 13, 1945This is my father, he is now deceased. his rank was mm3c (T)
Vernon, TimothyUSNS Butte (T-AE 27)1stJun 1, 1991 – Mar 1, 1996One of the best ships I was ever on. Met a lot of good people on there. And the best DIVO I ever had. ENS. Smith.
Veron, AllenUSS Forrestal (CV 59)Deck?1965 – 1967This is my brother-in-law. He was so proud of his service. He died in 1999.
Veron, AllenUSS Tolland (AKA 64)Signal1941 – 1946This is my father-in-law. Talking of his service always brought a tear to his eye. He passed away in 1994.
Vice, GregUSS Charles R. Ware (DD 865)Oct 1971 – Nov 1973
Vickers, AmandaUSS Hue City (CG 66)1998 – 2001Hello Everyone!!! The Hue City crew was Awesome!! I enjoyed being stationed with all of you!! It would be great to hear from you. :) God bless :)
Vickers, MikeUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)AJan 1992 – 1994
Vigil, MichaelUSS Lockwood (FF 1064)Jul 20, 1992 – Sep 4, 1992This was my second ship I never had a real chance to meet any body, Because i was almost killed by a drunck driver a mounth latter never to go back to this ship.
Villalovos, LouisUSS Kitkun Bay (CVE 71)Dispersing Store KeeperApr 1944 – Jun 1946
Villanueva, Robert "v"USS Hepburn (FF 1055)Sep 1988 – Dec 20, 1991Hope everyone is doing ok. Part of the decom crew. Westpac 88-89 was a blast. Currently living in Long Beach,Ca and having fun. Feel free to e-mail.
Villarini, GusUSS Richmond K. Turner (CG 20)Mar 7, 1990 – Apr 10, 1993
Villarini, GusDiamondcutters (VS 30)Feb 1984 –
Vinsky, Michael (Ski)USS Meredith (DD 890)SJun 10, 1964 – Aug 27, 1968Disbursing Clerk
Vinson, MichaelUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)Race (4th)Sep 25, 1983 – Jul 27, 1986Had some great times and some great friends onboard the Mauna Kea back then. Hope everyone is doing well.
Vinton, WilbertUSS Cambria (APA 36)1961 – 1963Bill was my father. He passed 6-4-97 and I am looking for info. on his ship. Thank you.
Von Spreckelsen, KeithUSS George Washington (CVN 73)Electrical, Nuke, Repair1991 – 1994Plankowner. Served w/ some of the greatest people I will ever meet. Where the heck is Daren Bowen and why did he join the Army?
Voorhees, SkipUSS Sylvania (AFS 2)2ndSep 8, 1978 – Sep 7, 1980
Voos, CharlesUSS Shangri-La (CV 38)Feb 1970 – Jul 1971Served in number three fireroom. Would love to hear from other BT's
Vorlicek, BillUSS John Adams (SSBN 620)COMMISARY1962 – 1965I BURNT THE STEW FOR YOU GUYS......
Vosburg, Steve (Kelly)USS Ouellet (FF 1077)SHIPS SERVICE1970 – 1972PRE-COM,PLANK OWNER,HOMEPORT PEARL,WESPAC, DRUNK MOST OF THE TRIP.GOOD TIMES,
Voss, KennethUSS Kinkaid (DD 965)1991 – 1995
Voss, StephenUSS Thach (FFG 43)1993 –
Voto, MichaelUSS Hawes (FFG 53)DeckNov 15, 1989 – May 27, 1992Where is everyone?
Voutour, JosephUSS Cahuilla (ATF 152)1945 – 1946My Father (Joseph E Voutour) (deceased 1970) was aboard the USS Cahuilla, right after WW 11, for a couple years. I know little of his military history and would enjoy contact from those on the ship during this period. Joseph C Voutour
Voyage, LastUSS Melville (AD 2)2007 –
Vranesevic, Zoran "z"USS Aubrey Fitch (FFG 34)Jan 1987 – Aug 1989I miss alot of my former shipmates. I remember Chief Jim Taute...he was my first boss and a great funny guy. I also remember RM Mike Foley...crazy philly guy, Steve Arsenault...give me a fake id so I could drink, Tom Moon...my movie buddy
Vusvunis, ChickUSS Bunker Hill (CV 17)Sep 1944 – Jun 1946
Van De Car, Edward {vande} profile iconUSS Franklin D Roosevelt (CV 42) abf3V-4 Div airAug 10, 1972 – Aug 11, 1972hi guys any one in at that time contack me we have a small group that meats once a year
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Valencia, EdgarUSS Midway (CV 41) (AKC) RETIREDs-6Feb 19, 1963 – Jul 1964I RETIRED FROM THE US NAVY IN NOV 1979. SINCE I RETIRED THE ONLY SHIPMATE I ONLY RAN INTO MANY YEARS AGO WAS MASTER CHIEF ZOLLIE GRIMES WHO WAS AT THAT PERIOD OUR LEADING FIRST CLASS IN S-6. GOD BLESS TO MY SHIPMATES. TY
Van Horn, JustinUSS Coronado (AGF 11) BM3DeckMay 1987 – Oct 19, 1990Coming up on twenty years. Hawaii,typhoon, endless days in the Gulf, P.I., Hong Kong, I think of these things often; guess I'm getting old. Would love to here from a few of you. We had a killer crew!
Vescovo, ErnieUSS America (CVA 66) E- 4 SH3 ships serviceman S3 sales divisionApr 1, 1966 – Dec 19, 1968I would like to be contacted by any S3 people from 1966 throurgh 1969, or any shipmates who remember me
Vicente, VinceUSS Queenfish (SSN 651) MMC/SS A GangApr 25, 1978 – Apr 15, 1980Hi Gang, How's everybody doing in the A-DIV. during the period of 1978-1980. Really enjoyed my tour there. I also retired from the Queenfish.Still remember MM2 Harmon he was a super shipmate. Wish I can contact him.
Vincent, Gordon VincentUSS Impervious (MSO 449) SM3opsOct 10, 1970 – Mar 4, 1973went onboard from signamlan school when ship was still at dillingham shipyard,lived at barracks 7 for 3 months.we all moved aboard in January 71,first cruise JAN 9,1971.Home port change to Guam,arrived 12-7-71.op.endsweep.Went to big E.
Van Dyke, BillUSS Galveston (CLG 3) SN S3Jun 13, 1961 – Jun 12, 1965
Viegas, MatthewNAVCOMMSTA San Diego, CA(E-1 ) SR converting to FREngineering PrinciplesJan 25, 1983 – Feb 28, 1983Engineering Basic Principles and Proceedures
Viegas, MatthewUSS Sierra (AD 18)(E-1 to E-4) FR-BT 3rd Class Petty OfficerEngineering B DivisionMar 20, 1983 – Dec 14, 1985Ahoy all me Schwabbies from Engineering & you 1st Ladies that was aboard Ship Beginning in 1982, because you Waves were the first to be aboard any ships. Learned to grow in this Teen era into my 20's and left to bro duty

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