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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Ryan, RayUSS Nimitz (CVAN 68)ETR2RCFeb 1975 – Jun 1978What a great group of sailors in RC division some I still keep in contact today. Wow it was not realized until several years later how much responsibility we really had for sailors in our early 20s. We just did our job.
Ryan, Richard profile iconUSS Denver (LPD 9)E3Special ServicesApr 17, 1973 – Oct 15, 1976Loved the ship, I was just a kid, they spoiled me. As a boxer for the 7th fleet, I could not have had it better
Ryan, RichardUSS Constellation (CVA 64)DT3DentalNov 7, 1974 – Feb 14, 1977Anybody from Dental dept 1974-1977
Ryan, Richard SkipUSS Truxtun (DLGN 35)EN 3M AND AJan 15, 1970 – Apr 1, 1974
Ryan, RickUSS Enhance (MSO 437)PN1X-DivMay 1986 – May 1988Ernest Will Veteran.
Ryan, RobertUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)GMG3WeaponsFeb 1, 1978 – Jan 1, 1980Life has been good..I often reflect back on the experiences that period of my life afforded me.. nothing but good memories...God Bless and thanks to all who continue to serve!!!!!!
Ryan, RobertUSS Waller (DD 466)TM3FoxOct 17, 1955 – Jul 2, 1959
Ryan, RobertUSS Leftwich (DD 984)STG1CAJul 10, 1987 – Jul 10, 1991Best ship I ever served on. CA division parties on the beach at Hickam and in port PI were unforgettable. Retired in 2001 one month before 9/11, work for DoD police in Virginia Beach.
Ryan, RobertUSS Thorn (DD 988)STG1/STGCCAJun 10, 1994 – Jun 10, 1997Great time on Thorn! Retired in 2001 and now work DoD police in Virginia Beach.
Ryan, RobertGolden Warriors (VA 87)AQ2squadronOct 1, 1979 – Oct 1, 1983
Ryan, RobertUSS Jouett (DLG 29)SK3/2SupplyDec 3, 1966 – May 10, 1968The Jouett had a good crew, after leaving, went to college, and became a steel buyer, If you remember during that time please contact.Would like to hear from you.
Ryan, RobertUSS Jarrett (FFG 33)MA1NAVEXSep 30, 1984 – Mar 30, 1985
Ryan, Roger USS Puffer (SSN 652)MM1(SS)M-divAug 1, 1975 – Jun 20, 1979
Ryan, Ronald DavidUSS Dixon (AS 37)MM338A/QAAug 1983 – Aug 1988
Ryan, Ronald DavidUSS Kansas City (AOR 3)MM3POC1991 – 1993
Ryan, RoyUSS Opportune (ARS 41)EMFNMar 1975 – Dec 1975Suez was a trip
Ryan, ScottUSS Morton (DD 948)EM3ESep 15, 1981 – Nov 10, 1982I never left the ocean. Work on petroleum production platforms last 15 years as a technician.
Ryan, ScottUSS McInerney (FFG 8)EM2EMay 1984 – Sep 1985Went on to be a navy recruiter, Shipyard worker, Oilfield IE tech for 17 years, and now work for Solar Turbines offshore GOM.
Ryan, SeanUSS Kearsarge (LHD 3)MM3MPAJan 1, 1993 – Jun 21, 1996Planlowner..I really miss this great ship.(never thought I'd say that!!)
Ryan, SeanUSS Yosemite (AD 19)ET3R4Jan 1990 – 1993
Ryan, SeanUSS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)E2A-GangOct 1986 –
Ryan, SteveUSS Bainbridge (CGN 25)EM1EngineeringMay 1, 1982 – Sep 1, 1984I will always remember the great friends that I had while on board the Bainbridge, and travelling to places like Hong Kong, Fremantle, Mombassa, of course, Diego Garcia.
Ryan, SteveUSS Cape Cod (AD 43)HT2R-1, R-5 (NSF)Jun 5, 1985 – Apr 7, 1990Within days of checking on board, cruised to Vancouver, B.C. for a liberty port! Quite awesome! Next 2 WesPacs were a blast!! Would love to hear from anyone, especially Babette Latchaw and Claudia Trtek! sdryan12@verizon.net
Ryan, SteveUSS Tawasa (ATF 92)sndeckJul 1965 – 1966just looking for old shipmates.
Ryan, SteveUSS Askari (ARL 30)sndeck, recommision crew1966 – 1966looking for old shipmates
Ryan, SteveUSS Askari (ARL 30)sndeck, recommision crew1966 – Jun 1966looking for old shipmates
Ryan, SteveUSS Tawasa (ATF 92)s/adeckAug 1964 – 1965first duty station out of bootcamp. probbably most remembered for assuming two torpido's on port side during mid watch on the tower. porpoises and phosphorus glowing at night.
Ryan, StevenUSS Wichita (AOR 1)RP2XHIMay 5, 1980 – Oct 21, 1981I loved the Wichita. YN2 Vaughn Bass and I had more fun then anyone on board. BM3 Darren Patrick and I were very good friends. WESTPAC 1980 arriving in Subic Bay, PI I remember getting NAUI SCUBA certified and diving off of Grande Island. Hi to all.
Ryan, StevenUSS Wichita (AOR 1)RP2Chaplain'sOct 20, 1981 – Feb 20, 1983Would like to find Darlene Davis and Neff Attwood, Tersinni and David Hanses and Fr. Ron Burke - miss all of you. Would love to hear from you please and all others - from Diego Garcia
Ryan, StevenUSS Wichita (AOR 1)RP2Chaplain'sOct 21, 1981 – Feb 20, 1983Currently working as Navy Civilian - San Diego - HM# 619-501-4168 anyone can call collect. NSF Diego Garcia - I miss those hot beach, drinkin' too much, days-John Hanses, David Tersini, Fr. Ronald Burke - I love you guys - miss you
Ryan, TaylorUSS Halyburton (FFG 40)SH3/ E-4S-3 SupplyApr 19, 2002 – Aug 31, 2004Checked onboard April 19th, 2002. S-3 Div. Ens Ritcher, Sh1 Sledge, Sh2 Dickson, Sh2 thomas, Sh2 Knight,(me, Sh3 Ryan) Sh3 thomas, Sh3 White, Sh3 Nicholes, Sh3 Henry, Dk2 Godina, Dk2 Lauderman. had fun while onboard, you guys that were here know!!!=)
Ryan, TaylorUSS Spartanburg County (LST 1192)SEAMANDECK 2NDApr 3, 1994 – Nov 29, 1994I WAS ONBOARD DURING THE CUBAN-HAITIAN VACATION-CRISIS OF 1994. I REMEMBER BM3 MORAN AND SOME FACES BUT NOT NAMES. I LEFT THE SPARK-N-BURN AND WENT TO THE USS ASHLAND LSD-48. AND WENT BACK OUT FOR MORE CUBAN OPS. FUN STUFF! =/
Ryan, TaylorUSS Ashland (LSD 48)SHSNSUPPLY S-3Nov 30, 1994 – Dec 17, 1997bosn Strausbaugh......i still tell all my navy stories about the Ashland...out of 4 ships uss spartanburg, uss ashland, uss mount whitney and uss halyburton ffg40, the "Ashcan" is still the one i remember most. lefaiver,conwell,turn-bo,arrowood
Ryan, TaylorUSS Mount Whitney (LCC 20)SH3S-3 SUPPLYOct 28, 1998 – Sep 10, 2000USS MT WHITNEY, COOL SHIP DUTY. S-3 WAS COOL...SH1 SW POLK KICKED AZZ. SH1 SW BROCKINGTON,SH2 HORTON, SH2 MCKEITHAN,SH3 RAMOS,SH3 HILAMAN,AND SH3 OLIVERES. TAKE CARE ALL..GODSPEED
Ryan, TedUSS Forrestal (CVA 59)sm3cs1962 – 1966
Ryan, TerryUSS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22)SN1st & GJul 1966 – Jul 1967
Ryan, TerryUSS Kilauea (AE 26)E-5GJul 1, 1967 – Dec 15, 1969Good times, good memories.
Ryan, ThomasUSS Halsey (CG 23)gmgsn-gmg3gunneryJan 3, 1972 – Jun 8, 1976Served on ship when it was DLG and was on her when she was changed to CG and left in 1976 Worked for a GMGC Gray. One of the best chiefs I ever worked for
Ryan, ThomasUSS Intrepid (CV 11)First LieutenantUnited States Marine DetachmentJun 9, 1958 – Aug 1, 1959During my tour aboard the Big "I" we colided with a refueler at sea. Fortunately no one was hurt. The ships starboard side took considerable damage as did the refueler.
Ryan, ThomasUnited States Naval AcademyFirst LieutenantUnited States Marine Corps DetachmentMar 1958 – Aug 1959We sailed to the Northern Atlantic, The Med., and the Carribean while I was aboard. The Big "I" participated in supporting the landing at Lebanon. We collided at sea while refueling and tore up our starboard side.

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