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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Yu, Wheaton K.h.USS Manitowoc (LST 1180)SNDeckAug 1, 1996 – Mar 5, 1998I am the sailor of Taiwan Navy. I aborded Manitowoc after the transfering to Taiwan Navy. We recived the Ship and the first voyage was from Little Creek to Taiwan Kaoshiung.
Yuan, FrankUSS Vandegrift (FFG 48)ET2(SW)CS4Nov 13, 1996 – Mar 1, 2001Hey Guys. Had a good time on the Vandy back then but the command is not so hot now. How do I know? I got ord-mod back to the Vandy when I transfered from shore duty
Yuan, FrankUSS Vandegrift (FFG 48)ET2(SW)CS4Jul 9, 2004 –Funny how I homeport shifted the ship from San Diego to Japan and now I am going to homeport shift it from Japan back to San Diego
Yucaneer, Jeff - YucUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)HT3RJan 14, 1984 – Jun 14, 1987
Yucatonis, Michael profile iconUSS Truckee (AO 147)MM2MNov 21, 1973 – Jul 14, 1978Where are all my "hole snipes"?
Yudkowsky, Kyle "Yoda"USS Champion (MCM 4)IT2(SW)OC01Sep 20, 2000 – Sep 22, 2003Proud to have served with the best.
Yuengling, RichUSS Moosbrugger (DD 980)RADIOMANOC01Jul 1996 – Dec 1999The Moose is no longer loose.
Yugovich, Mike profile iconUSS Astoria (CL 90)Boatswain's Mate17Dec 1943 – Apr 1945I am the son of Mike J. Yugovich who served on the Astoria CL-90 from Dec. '43 until Apr. '45. Perhaps his name, photos, or letters are among mementos in the possession of family members of the crew.
Yuhas, Joe YuhasUSS Marvin Shields (FF 1066)ET2Mar 1979 – Sep 1984
Yuhas, StephenUSS Notable (MSO 460)Midshipmannot sureJun 5, 1970 – Jul 3, 1970
Yuhause, Dave (Jr. Jet)USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)LTJGVF-2131965 – 1967
Yuille, CurtisUSS Saipan (LHA 2)MA2A-GANGJun 18, 1998 – Oct 15, 2003LOOKING FOR MY OLD BUDDIES. GET AT YOUR BOY..........
Yuille, DwightUSS Cook (FF 1083)SK2SupplyJul 5, 1980 – Jun 2, 1982
Yuille, JeffreyUSS Deyo (DD 989)TM3SonarMar 22, 1980 – Sep 1981Hello, it was a great time on the Deyo. Is Tony Maudlin still out there?
Yuille, JeffreyUSS Deyo (DD 989)TM3SonarJun 28, 1979 – Sep 10, 1982
Yukich, L. MichaelUSS Inchon (MCS 12)Sk3StoresMay 1969 – Sep 1971' Plank Owner, Left Navy Sept ,71, moved back to Ohio, served as CFO major corporations in Ohio, Michigan and Indiana.
Yuknalis, JoeUSS Seattle (AOE 3)EM3EJan 9, 1981 – Jun 9, 1984
Yuknalis, Joseph W.USS Seattle (AOE 3)EM-3EJan 10, 1981 – May 15, 1984I had alot of fun. Saw things I would otherwise never seen.
Yukne, ThomasUSS David R. Ray (DD 971)PN3NXSep 8, 1985 – May 4, 1987WE HAD THE BEST CREW IN DESRON 23 BEATING OUT THE ENTERPRISE FOR THE BATTLE E GODSPEED DAVID R RAY & CREW
Yukne, ThomasUSS David R. Ray (DD 971)PN3NXDec 10, 1985 – Apr 25, 1987
Yule, GregUSS Hepburn (FF 1055)PN2NXSep 1984 – Aug 1987Great Memories! 2 WesPacs and great times. Just retiring from the Reserve as a Chief if you can believe it.
Yumet, Anthony (Tony)USS Leyte (CV 32)Seaman1 stMar 1952 – Jan 1955I was taught respect. It changed my life. I miss the Sunday Steak and eggs.
Yun, HenryUSS Dixie (AD 14)BM31st DivOct 1965 – Aug 1967My time on the Dixie were very enjoyable and the lessons learned were life long, along with some of the the friendships.
Yun, TerryUSS Albert David (DE 1050)SK3 plankownerSupplyOct 19, 1968 – Jul 1, 1971Anyone wanting to swap a story about big Al e-mail me
Yuncker, E.j.USS Robert E. Peary (FF 1073)BT3BJan 1, 1975 – Aug 28, 1977G reat west packs with rodent ( randy Matthews ) Bill butler cantrell brothers Joe fouts Ewa Heck and others good B division
Yung, George PaulUSS Lindenwald (LSD 6)RD3OperationFeb 1964 – May 1966I remember Frank, he came with me to my house in Mt Holly NJ while the Lindy was in Brooklyn Navy Yard. We made a mistake in going back to the ship and arrived just as she was getting under way Always wonder what happen to him and the other guys.
Yung, Greg "Springer"USS Durham (LKA 114)BM23rd Boat CoxswainNov 16, 1968 – Dec 2, 1970Plankowner. Newport News, Portsmouth and Norfolk precom and all that training! The Phoenix in Panama! and 2 Westpacs. Great, Great, Great, Great People, Great Ship, Great time of my life! BM3 on the Durham, BM2 in USNR during college days.
Yungman, ScottUSS Mount Hood (AE 29)DC2ERO2Jan 17, 1993 – Jan 19, 1997
Yungwirth, VincentUSS Phoenix (SSN 702)RM1(SS)RadioMay 1980 – Oct 1982Plank Owner
Yunk, RonUSS Finback (SSN 670)MM1L-eltMar 1970 – Jul 1976Great time best crew some of my fondest memories. Have visited Rick Gibson several times. Would love to hear from old friends.
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

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