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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Ivy, Terry "Don"USS Shangri-La (CV 38)E-4V-1Dec 2, 1965 – Oct 1, 1969FLY-1 PO
Ivy, TomUSS Missouri (BB 63)MM3AApr 18, 1984 – Nov 22, 1987
Ivy, Victor "Poison"USS Vulcan (AR 5)IC3 / E-4ENG/MAAug 10, 1989 – Sep 30, 1991I ENJOYED MY TIME ABOARD VULCAN I PLAYED SOFTBALL WITH SOME OUTSTANDING FRIENDS AND I MISS ALL OF THEM.EN3 HUSKY EM2 FORTSON.
Iwaki, LawrenceUSS Charleston (LKA 113)EM2E, StreamSep 19, 1983 – Aug 24, 1988Left the Chuck back in '88 and started school in '89. Finished up in '93 and decided that I wanted more so traveled down to UIUC for another 5 year hitch. Am now living in southern CA.
Iwane, PaulUSS Berkeley (DDG 15)FC3CF DivisionMar 1, 1989 – Nov 1, 1992Hi to all CF division. Now that I look back almost 20 years later I still laugh that I am still alive. Alot of drunken good times and a hell of a crew. Working at General Dynamics in San Diego supervising shipbuilding
Iwanicki, Michael (Cosmic)USS Elliot (DD 967)EM1(SW)EE-02 EngineeringOct 20, 1981 – Jun 14, 1986I reported to the Elliot on my 21st birthday, what a start. The adventures we had generated stories that will keep the ship and her crew alive for years to come.
Iwaniec, JohnUSS Camden (AOE 2)IT2(SW)RadioApr 15, 1999 – Jul 7, 2001Loved serving onboard the ship. WESTPAC 2000 was unforgettable! Miss the crew and hope everyone is doing well
Iwaniuk, WilliamUSS Tennessee (SSBN 734)MMC (SS)MachineryJul 1993 – Jun 1995Gold crew; the best sea tour of my Navy career
Iwaniuk, WilliamUSS Benjamin Franklin (SSBN 640)MMC(SS)MachineryJan 5, 1989 – Jun 1, 1991I learned a lot about being a Southerner and about leading men on a ship here. Some of my fondest memories are here (Bill).
Iwaniuk, WilliamUSS Daniel Webster (SSBN 626)MM1(SS)MachineryOct 1979 – Oct 1981My first boat. Whew! Awarded dolphins first patrol. I learned a lot about submarine life here.
Iwaniuk, WilliamUSS Richard B. Russell (SSN 687)MMC(SS)MachineryOct 1981 – Oct 1983Made Chief here. Enjoyed shipyard environment. Great crew!
Iwaniuk, WilliamUSS James Monroe (SSBN 622)MMC(SS)MachineryOct 1986 – Dec 1988The most challenging command of my Navy career.
Iwaniuk, WilliamUSS Tennessee (SSBN 734)MMC(SS)MachineryJul 1993 – Jun 1995By far the best at sea command of my career. Really enjoyed my interaction with the crew at the Town Hall meetings.
Iwanski, DonUSS Constellation (CV 64)AD3HS-6Feb 1978 – Nov 1980Would like to hear from shipmates who were aboard the Connie from this time period.
Iwasyk, WarrenUSS Hancock (CVA 19)E-4AIMD ( V-6)Sep 20, 1965 – Dec 5, 1968I just want to say, that working on the ship for the squadrons I became acquainted with was the best years of my life. In some cases I wish I had Shipped over when I had the chance. God Bless this ship and Crew..
Iwick, MikeUSS Molala (ATF 106)EN3EngineeringApr 1977 – Aug 1978Great ship, great duty and great crew. I wish I could do our last TTPI's again. For those of you looking for another crewmember, check-out "NAFTS.com"
Izard, IzzyUSS Yorktown (CV 10)BT31965 – 1968
Izatt, JamesUSS Hepburn (FF 1055)EW2OW01Jan 1986 – Jan 1990Great ship..Made many friends and had many of the best times of my life there. Think about the ship and friends often. Thanks to all who I had the pleasure of serving with.
Izatt, RonaldUSS Ulysses S. Grant (SSBN 631)LTEngineering, Sonar, Comm1970 – 1972Arrived on Grant in overhaul in Bremerton in 1972. Made 2 patrols in the Atlantic. I have fond memories of LCDR Ted Delgaizo, Chief Radioman Dan Tucker, Sonarman 1C Wayne Orbisson, and especially MMC Herb Coulter.
Izdepski, SkiUSS Doyle (FFG 39)MA2(SW)CMMar 15, 2001 – Dec 18, 2003Great times, and some not so great times, but all things considered it set me up for bigger and better things in the end.
Ize-iyamu, IzzyUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)GSM2MPDec 1, 2001 – Mar 15, 2003An old ship but one with seasoned memories,a great crew something i have not seen since Radford.Hope you all holding it down,Deployment was one i would never forget.
Izell, DaleUSS Detroit (AOE 4)SN3rdSep 16, 1994 – Jul 8, 1997What's up guys!
Izen, AbeUSS Fife (DD 991)GSM1(SW)MPJun 12, 1989 – Jun 22, 1992Hi to all, great memories of so many places we visited, from Thailand to Australia, it was an honor to serve with the men I will always remember. I wish you all the best
Izenberg, Richard / EyesUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)E-5S-1Aug 1980 – Aug 1984The time on board was the most memerable of my life. It taught me the most valuable leasons. I remember the Crew and my fellow Store Keepers and wish to say Hi to the gang.
Izor, SeanUSS Springfield (SSN 761)MM1(SS)A-GangDec 1993 – Dec 1997Great times. Great shipmates!
Izquierdo, RicardoUSS Orion (AS 18)CWO4XMar 1987 – Apr 1989YN1 during this tour. Retired after 31 years.
Izyk, BobUSS Van Voorhis (DE 1028)bm.sm.deck handJul 14, 1964 – Jul 14, 1966
Izyk, FrederickUSS South Carolina (CGN 37)MM3A GANG1977 – Feb 1981IT'KIND OF FUNNY THE THINGS YOU COME TO MISS GREAT,HARD WORKING CREW
Izzo, AnthonyUSS McKee (AS 41)DP2S-8Aug 1, 1981 – Apr 2, 1984Plankowner and one of the first crew aboard the McKee, what a time up in Seattle getting commissioned and then the few trips we took, Mazatlan and Victoria, BC the only sea time we had other than work ups. Contact me if you know me!
Izzo, AnthonyUSS George K. MacKenzie (DD 836)en3RMay 5, 1975 – Oct 22, 1976See you on the fantail after knock off ships work :-) LOL
Izzo, John (1220, Gizmo, Scaley)USS California (CGN 36)MM1 (SW)MJan 31, 1981 – Nov 3, 1986Lots of great memories and stories. Still in touch with some. I got back into the Navy Reserve as a Seabee retired Oct 2006 as a Chief.
Izzo, MichaelUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)FC2(SW/AW)CS-5Apr 22, 1999 – Feb 3, 2003The Original and best "Frank The Tank." Data System Division Technician. Received my wings 23 days after I attained surface. Currently at AEGIS TRC to become an Aegis Display Track III technician. See ya on a DDG or a CG !!! No more carriers fo
ΣΟΥΜΠΛΗΣ, ΥΑΚΙΝΘΟΣUSS Frank Knox (DDR 742)Greeke 6/07/1982 - 6/09/1984TΠΒ gunner 5 inchesJul 6, 1982 – Sep 6, 1984GREEKE ΑΤ ΘΕΜΙΣΤΟΚΛΗΣ D 210 USS FRANK KNOX DDR 742
Cangiano, LouisUSS Alexander Hamilton (SSBN 617)SN(SS)Deck/Navigation(QMstriker)Apr 1975 – May 1977Then: Fun lovin' Cold War warrior:Harmony House in Holy Loch, the Oasis in New London...GOOD TIMES! Now: Husband, father, University grad, actor. Good times.

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