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Ryder, DavidUSS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75)ABF3V-4Nov 23, 2000 – Jul 4, 2004
Ryder, DwayneUSS Fife (DD 991)STG3Sonar1980 – 1982Plankowner. My first Westpac. Cuss out LT. Witsel after being on watch for 36 hrs. I remember when Torres shot himself. He was my watch relief that morn. I was the one who showed him how to use the .45, still think of it
Ryder, DwayneUSS Meyerkord (FF 1058)STG5Sonar1983 – 1985Had a good time on this ship. 1 Westpac. Cold as hell off coast of Siberia looking for Korean airline. Got off the ship while at the Long Beach shipyard. It has been in a long time
Ryder, JoeUSS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654)E-6E DivisionOct 1968 – Dec 1970Some great times, Some Not so great. I will never forget my first patrol out of Rota or later ones out of Holy Loch. Made some great friends
Ryder, RalphUSS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA 42)E-4/MMA Gang Steam Heat1975 – 1977Made 1 and a half med cruises on Rosie. Alcatraz would have been better I am sure. Ate roast beef 7 days a week, short on water, boat leaked and had no women!!!!
Ryder, RalphUSS Davidson (FF 1045)E-3/MMEngine room1973 – 1975Did 2/3 med cruise 1974 transferred to USS Roosevelt CVA 42
Ryder, RandyUSS Buffalo (SSN 715)ET2 (SS)RCNov 1988 – Dec 1991Did that thing ever get out of DNP? Don't bother pulling off the scram switch either.
Ryder, RandyUSS Pogy (SSN 647)ET1 (SS)RCApr 1994 – Apr 1996Happiness is missing Ice-Ex.
Ryder, RickyUSS Bristol County (LST 1198)GMGSNR.3RDJan 2, 1990 – Sep 16, 1992
Ryder, Robert (Robbie)NAVCOMMSTA Harold E. Holt, Exmouth, AustraliaETRSNVLFSep 1973 – Dec 1974
Ryder, Robert (Robbie)USS Compass Island (AG 153)ETRSNOCSDec 1974 – Sep 1975
Ryder, ThomasUSS Hayler (DD 997)MS/CS1 (SW)Nov 2000 – Aug 2003Was asked to run my division and did with flying colors! The best command I ever had. Best crew I ever served with. After I retired Hayler is what I remember and brag about the most. In Dawsonville GA Supervisor for local Wal-Mart drop in.
Ryder, WayneUSS Fort Fisher (LSD 40)SNAug 1984 – Jun 1985
Ryder, WilfordUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)ET2RC1975 –
Ryder (Millett), JeffreyUSS Simon Lake (AS 33)mr2r 2Jul 1977 – Dec 1980spent 3 and a half years in the machine shop. . chief lester was in charge of the shop. email me at
Rydzewski, John / SkiUSS Cook (FF 1083)MM 3m / a gangJun 15, 1988 – Oct 12, 1991hey hope all are doing well
Rye, IanUSS San Onofre (ARD 30)HT3R divisionDec 10, 1992 – Sep 29, 1995
Rye, Jesse profile iconUSS Wasp (CV 18)SeamanUnknown1952 – 1952I am setting this up on behalf of my Daddy who just recently passed away(9-11-14). He was on board at the time of the Hobson incident. If anyone has stories or pictures of him to share I would really appreciate it.Thanks
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Rye, KeithUSS Trenton (LPD 14)E-5S-3 SUPPLYMar 18, 1979 – Jun 21, 1982Hello to all!!!!!! I am happy that I have found this site. Many good times were had by us all. Larry Blount....I thought that I would never finde you. My email is I would love to hear from all of my old shipmates.
Rye, KeithUSS Trenton (LPD 14)May 1979 –
Rye, KeithUSS Trenton (LPD 14)1979 –
Rye, Neal WadeUSNS Mount Baker (T-AE 34)E-4OIDec 1983 – Aug 1987Looking for shipmates from 83-87. Let me hear from you.
Rye, RobertUSS Oriskany (CV 34)Machinist Mate 2nd ClassMachinist1953 – 1955My father served aboard when the movie Bridges at Toko-ri was filmed. He passed away several years ago but I have his cruise book "Into the Wind" Unsure of the dates he served.
Ryel, GlenUSS Oklahoma City (CLG 5)SK3S-1Mar 1967 – Apr 1968Dad SHCS Ryel S-3) SH1 BARNES
Ryer, JoshuaUSS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)AO3CONov 1, 2001 – Nov 19, 2003
Ryer, Mark "the Beef"USS Squall (PC 7)ETCChief of the BoatMar 13, 2004 – Jun 10, 2007USS Squall, many memories and shipmates all of them good. I will always think of my time and friends on the Patrol Coastal Boats.
Ryerson, GeneUSS Morton (DD 948)Chief Radioman (E-7)I don't know1966 – 1967Posted by Gene's son, Steve. I'm not sure of the year Dad came aboard. He was with Morton during and extensive refit and left while she was on station off Vietnam.
Rygg, David profile iconUSS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)FC23rd1993 – Nov 1995Was assigned to the CIWS mounts. had some great times and meet some great guys. Hoping to reconnect with Pat Riggs and Matt Dolan and any other 3rd division guys from 93-95. Japan was a awesome part of my life.
Rygg, MikeUSS Lawrence (DDG 4)SM2operationsFeb 10, 1961 – Sep 29, 1963Being a plank owner I Felt bad that I didn't have the opportunity to get one. After being on a WW2 Destroyer the Lawrence was heaven. Almost made me re-up. Thanks
Rygg, MikeBeachmaster Unit 2 (BMU 2)SNoperationsSep 1959 – 1961Loved making those beach landings!
Rygiel, RobUSS Coronado (AGF 11)MSAsupplyMar 1988 – Jan 1991looking for any old friends
Ryken, ClayUSS Plunger (SSN 595)ET2SSELECTRONICSDec 1977 – Dec 1979
Ryken, ClayNaval Air Station North IslandET2radar1980 – 1982
Ryker, Kenneth (Tr)eyUSS White Plains (AFS 4)MM2M -Jul 15, 1988 – Aug 30, 1990my first ship. what a ride...good and bad. I will always remember the Mainspace Fire that started behind #3 Boiler. We miss ya Cao, Rhumel, Novotny, Follis, Edwards and Lasarley. Where the hell is ole BTC Greggs?
Ryker, SeanUSS Detroit (AOE 4)LTJGEDec 1999 – Nov 2001
Ryland, Jeff profile iconUSS Grayling (SSN 646)STS2(SS)Sonar1979 – 1982Some of the best times in my life bar none,with the exception of a few monkeys on Gibraltar. If anyone has heard of a younger sonar supervisor please let me know. Special mention to Tommy, Geb, Mark, Jerry contact me
Ryland, Jim (Red Eye)USS Trigger (SS 564)RM2 (SS)OperationsMar 9, 1962 – May 28, 1962Left the boat when my involuntary extension of duty was lifted. We were in the Med and the Captain tried to ship me over but I was hard headed. Know now that must have left him in a lurch.
Ryland, Mark (C. Roach)USS Grayling (SSN 646)QM2SSOperations/NavigationMay 8, 1977 – Nov 20, 1980A Med Run, 2 AUTEC runs, a Southern Run, a TAD to the USS Seahorse, and a stint in the yards. I pissed and moaned a lot, but in retrospec it was one of the most amazing times of my life. Good people, Great Boat. HOORAH

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