US Navy Crew List

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The Navybuddies.com Crew List allows former and current sailors to submit their contact information so that old shipmates can find each other. Each command has its own Crew List, listing all people that already registered for the respective command. Once you have registered you can add your entries and contact your shipmates. You may also register if you have not served but want to contact someone listed in any Navybuddies.com Crew List. If you like this service spread the word and get old and present shipmates to sign up, too.

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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Yunker, Bob " Yunk"USS Thomaston (LSD 28)ETR3OIMay 14, 1966 – Jan 17, 1969The "T" was the best ship of the "Gators". If any of my shipmates read this, contact me in Hays, Ks. LTJG. Mike Pomeroy and CAPT. Bill Mooney have and we share memories of our WestPac cruise and those of the Thomaston.
Yunt, LarryUSS Hermitage (LSD 34)MM3engineerFeb 20, 1963 – Mar 27, 1966
Yunt, LarryUSS Hermitage (LSD 34)MM3engineerMar 17, 1963 – Mar 27, 1966
Yurcisin, George (Yurk)USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)AQF-2VF-32Jan 1969 – Dec 1969Big John was a great ride, especially after just coming off the FDR (CVA-42).
Yure, DennisUSS Tecumseh (SSBN 628)IC 1 (SS)EJul 2, 1963 – Jun 18, 1965Pre Commissioning Crew -- Plank Owner
Yure, DennisUSS Skipjack (SSN 585)IC 3 (SS)EJun 1958 – Jul 1959Pre Commissioning Crew --- Plank Owner
Yure, DennisUSS George Washington (SSBN 598)IC 2 (SS)EAug 9, 1960 – Jun 15, 1963Completed the first 5 Gold patrols made by the first FBM Submarine.
Yurechko, John O.USS Vulcan (AR 5)DMSN, DM3, DM2RepairDec 1959 – Jun 1962Managed Drafting Shop. Sailed to San Juan, Newport, Jax, Baltimore, Boston and St. John NB. Best chow afloat. Transferred to ONI, Arlington VA. Discharged Jan 1968 after 9 years. Got Univ of Maryland undergrad degree a year later.
Yurek, ScottUSS Nassau (LHA 4)ABHANV-1Nov 14, 2007 – Mar 25, 2011
Yurgin, PeterUSS Franklin D Roosevelt (CV 42)PN3x-DivisionMay 5, 1975 – Apr 5, 1977Hello to old friends who I worked with in Education Services Office and fellow Personnelman I remember so much cigarette smoke in the small working offices
Yurick, SteveUSS Raleigh (LPD 1)OS2Ops1988 – Nov 17, 1991Hey Jake, McNally, Scott, We sure had some good times. I still entertain my friends with some of our antics. What stories we can tell... :) I'll be sure to not repeat them to my little girl. Hope all is well with you and yours.
Yurisich, Amanda "The Ish" Or "yuri"USS Tarawa (LHA 1)CSSNSupplyJul 1, 2007 – Sep 1, 2008I was in a squadron onboard Tarawa, but I had great memories! Thanks to all the members of the Big T who made it feel like a home for those of us not stationed there~! I worked in the Flag Mess for Commodore Miley.. Fun!
Yurochko, WilliamUSS Towers (DDG 9)EM3R1969 – 1971
Yurso, JosephUSS Union (AKA 106)Lieutenant USNEngineeringJul 1960 – Jun 1962During my tour on the Union, we made two Westpac deployments and one to the Pribloff Islands. We spent more time in Hong Kong than our homeport of San Diego. The Union has three Commanding Officers during this time.
Yurus, BillUSS Elmer Montgomery (FF 1082)QM2Apr 1981 – Nov 1984life is still a blast, but will always remember my time on the elmer as a big part of my life
Yusi, FrankUSS W. S. Sims (FF 1059)CAPTAIN USN (RET)EXECUTIVE OFFICERDec 1976 – Aug 1978THE OFFICERS AND CREW WERE GREAT. THE UNDERWAY FROM CARTAGENA WAS SOMETHING TO REMEMBER.
Yusi, FrankUSS South Dakota (BB 57)ENGINEERING MACHINIST MATEDec 15, 1943 – Dec 1, 1945
Yusif, AbdulUSS Gary (FFG 51)SK2Supply SupportDec 30, 2004 – Feb 15, 2006I have had both good and bad memories, but mostly good. I missed all the individuals.
Yuster, JaredUSS Sculpin (SSN 590)SonarSonar1980 – 1984Some great memories and a few lifelong friends. And of course, the Dangle!
Yzermen, SteveUSS Emory S. Land (AS 39)CIVMWRFeb 3, 2004 – Jan 3, 2007Has it ever occured to you that there is a picture of a fixed wing aircraft as the background of a subtender's crew list? Roger that ESL....fucking numbnuts. SAFTEY FIRST GUYS SAFTEY FIRST

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