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|Pyles, Richard||USS Coucal (ASR 8)||BM3||DECK||Sep 21, 1971 – Oct 6, 1974||ENJOYED MY TIME ON SHIP,LOTS OF FUN AND FRIENDS I WAS LUCKY TO SPEND MY TIME ON COUCAL. RICH [GOMER] PYLES|
|Pyles, Roger||USS Holland (AS 32)||E-4||m&a||Aug 23, 1963 – Aug 10, 1964||operated boat and missile crane and maintained the crane along with other duties had our work room in the rear steering gear room had some good times. I am a plank owner of the Holland after leaving the Gilmore as 16|
|Pyles, Roger||USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16)||MM3||M-A||Aug 20, 1961 – Aug 20, 1963||Went on the Gilmore 1961 to 63 then to Holland worked in the compressor room with david dishman had a lot of good times duty driver, learned a lot trip to gitmo dropped me in bay with whale boat but survived fall.|
|Pyles, Woodrow W. (Woody)||USS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79)||FIREMAN 2C||Mar 1944 – Jan 4, 1945||My grandfather passed in Feb 1998 but often spoke fondly of her crewmates. He was on deck the day of the attack then blown overboard and was not rescued until the next morning. He was proud to have served with these men.|
|Pyles, Woody||USS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79)||Sep 15, 1944 – Jan 5, 1945|
|Pynch, Tom||USS Enterprise (CVN 65)||AG2||OA||1961 – 1962||Plankowner. Amazing "city" It took me ten minutes to walk to from quarters to the office on the O-13 level.|
|Pynckel, Nathan||USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)||E4/MM||Assault||Sep 26, 2011 –|
|Pynckel, Timothy (Pink)||USS Canopus (AS 34)||ENFN||A Div||Jul 10, 1974 – Feb 1977||Holy Loch an Rota was some of the best time I had|
|Pyne, David /Big Dave||USS Gettysburg (CG 64)||OS2||OI||Oct 1994 – Mar 1998||Best damn crew ever. I would not give up one second of the experience.|
|Pyne, Gary||USS Holland (AS 32)||MLFN||FOUNDRY||Mar 10, 1981 – Jul 12, 1983|
|Pyper, Mason||USS Shenandoah (AD 44)||MR2||R2||Aug 1985 – Apr 1989||Hope you've had a good life shipmates.|
|Pyrett, Amy||USS Emory S. Land (AS 39)||E4/OS||weapons/cranes division||Apr 1997 – Oct 2000||This is the only way to live, love n miss you all dearly! Great memories formed on this wonderful ship!!!!! Take care all, HUGS.... Jesse Hammond do i have your name right, please look me up.|
|Pyron, Chesley||USS Bainbridge (CGN 25)||DS3||Navy Tactical Data Systems||Dec 1982 – Sep 1984||A remarkable ship and crew, achieved Gold Battle 'E' while assigned to the Bainbridge.|
|Pyron, Lori||USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)||IC3||CSD/CS8 AND SEC/S2||May 19, 2003 – Dec 29, 2004||I HAD A GREAT TIME (AS YOU ALL KNOW) AND I MISS YALL. IN CASE YOU WANT TO SAY WHAT'S UP I AM ON THE GLOBAL... LORI.PYRON@NAVY.MIL OR MY CELL 757-305-7767. TAKE CARE!!! WITH LOVE...PY|
|Pyron, Tim||USS New York City (SSN 696)||EM1 SS||ELECTRICAL, ENGINEERING||May 1977 – Jan 1980||PRE-COM and Plank owner. Midget welders at EB that they stuffed into tight corners. Mid-shift pressure watches ontop of the reactor vessel. Great times with Skip Roth, Kevin Askam, Phil Ranikn, Sheryl Wheeler. Sea trials, St. Croix ,Panama, Hawaii.|
|Pyrtle, Glen W||USS Bushnell (AS 15)||seaman||don't know||1947 –||i am adding my dad's name on information i found after his death through pictures and records of him stationed in Hawaii in 1947|
|Pyrtle, James||USS Forrestal (CV 59)||MM3||#4 Engineroom||Sep 12, 1989 – Aug 27, 1991||I don't remember alot cause I'm an even bigger dumbass now than I was then but I do remember what I remember I can remember that anyway.|
|Pyrtle, James||USS Richmond K. Turner (CG 20)||E4 / MM3||#2 Engine Room||Feb 28, 1992 – Mar 13, 1993||I don't remember alot cause I'm an even bigger dumbass now than I was then but I do remember what I remember I can remember that anyway.|
|Pyska, Michael||USS Anzio (CG 68)||ET2||CE||Jun 1, 1991 – Aug 1, 1995||PLANKOWNER Now an ET1 Reservist on my second deployment.|
|Pytko, Charles (Bud)||Boomers (VA 165)||ADJ-1||Line||Jan 1, 1967 – 1969||Was assigned to the Boomers in Spring of 1966 from VF101, Key West. When to Intruder schools at Oceana, VA until Oct 1966. Joined VA128 at NAS Whidbey for aircraft training and to await VA 165's arrival from Lamoore, CA.|
|Pytko, Charles (Bud)||Swordsmen (VF 32)||ADJAA - ADJ3||Line||Jul 1957 – Aug 4, 1960||Arrived from "A" school summer 1957. Squadron was called the SONIC SWORDSMEN then. Was the first squadron to fly the F8U Crusader. Spent 2 MED cruises aboard Saratoga. Retired from Navy 1975. F8U was 1st 1K MPH fighter|
|Pytko, Charles (Bud)||Fighting Phoenix (VAQ 128)||ADJ1||squadron||1969 – 1974||Shore Duty at VA-128. RAG Squadron for A6 Aircraft. Line Div Petty Officer then was Line Div Training PO.|
|Pytko, Charles (Bud)||Wizards (VAQ 133)||ADJ1||squadron||1974 – Sep 30, 1975||I put in my papers for retirement prior to transferring to this command. Retirement date to Fleet Reserve was 09/30/75|
|Pytko, Charles (Bud)||Grim Reapers (VF 101)||ADJ3 to ADJ1||squadron||1961 – 1966||Joined VF101-Det A at NAS Ocean, VA after 'B" School Summer of 1961. Detachment dissolved in 1963 to join main Squadron at NAS Key West.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Pigeon (ASR 21)||IC1/ICC||E||Dec 1977 – Dec 1981||Great memories. E division was the best. Retired from Navy in 1995.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Mullany (DD 528)||ICFN||E||Apr 1969 – Sep 1969||1st ship. Retired 1995.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Hoel (DDG 13)||IC3||E||Sep 1969 – Sep 1970||Great memories. Retired 1995.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Decatur (DDG 31)||ICC||E||Dec 1981 – Jul 1983||Great shipmates. I retired in 1995.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Morton (DD 948)||IC2||E||May 1971 – Jul 1973||Great tour. Best shipmates. Retired in 1995.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS New Orleans (LPH 11)||IC1||E||Aug 1973 – Oct 1974|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Tarawa (LHA 1)||CWO3||E||Sep 1983 – Oct 1986|
|Pytlak, Joseph||USS Antietam (CG 54)||CWO4||E||Sep 1989 – Mar 1993|
|Pyzalski, Matthew||USS Alexandria (SSN 757)||TM1||Torpedo||Sep 13, 2001 – Oct 31, 2005||Petty Officer Young what have you gone and done now.|
|Pyzik, Edward||USS Badger (FF 1071)||STG2||AS||Mar 1977 – Sep 1980||Had many Great times! Remember Thiland, the Phillipines, drive-in movies? Made great friendships, just sorry I did not keep intouch.|
|Pyzik, Louis||USS David R. Ray (DD 971)||ET2||CE||1998 – 2002||CE lives on! I have seen a few familiar faces in San Diego, maybe will be seeing more when I go to Bahrain. I saw Mcculley there!|