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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Relstab, Wayne (Stab)Maulers (VS 32)AD2VS-32 MaulersFeb 11, 1974 – Aug 16, 1977Catapult final checker. Most fun I ever had at work!
Rembert, CharlesMaulers (VS 32)AS2squadron1993 – 1996Had a blast taking a Catshot off the ship in 1995!
Raney, DavidScrewbirds (VS 33)E-5 / AXsquadronMar 1, 1982 – Mar 31, 1984Collision with our supply ship first day at sea in July of 1983 on board CV-61 USS Ranger. Spent 121 days straight days in the Indian Ocean. Fun WestPac!!!
Royce, DaveBlue Wolves (VS 35)AME1Quality Assurance1990 – 1993
Rodriguez, Leonardo/larrySawbucks (VS 37)AMS 3squadronSep 1981 – May 1985
Rhoads, BillRed Griffins (VS 38)AT-3squadronAug 1, 1989 – Jun 26, 1992
Rockey, ChrisRed Griffins (VS 38)AT3squadronDec 18, 1995 – Dec 18, 1999
Randolph, JasonShamrocks (VS 41)ABH 2squadron1997 – 1998Didn't realize what I was getting myself into taking orders to VS-41. Very fun time working out on the line, and the TS's could throw some crazy parties! Great Times!
Rathour, MohindaShamrocks (VS 41)e3lineFeb 19, 1995 – Jun 19, 1997Looking for my guy Lonis, and sunny from the uss kitty hawk, they are from missouri.
Rasmussen, JerryFighting Redhawks (VT 21)AME3squadron1969 –
Rigney Jr., William John profile iconFighting Redhawks (VT 21)ADJ2squadronAug 1974 – Dec 15, 1975
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Roff, ThomasGolden Eagles (VT 22)PR-1 RETIRED AS NCCS(SW)Parachute Loft/Career CounselorApr 1976 – Mar 1978I was shop supervisor for Paraloft, converted to NC-1 and became squadron's career counselor. Made several trips to Mexico and Corpus. It was a fun time. My friend PR2 Bob Swain was with AIMD. I left Kingsville, TX for Recruiting in IL.
Reichelderfer, Charwin(George)Bobcat (VT 24)ADJ-2Power PlantsMay 5, 1970 – Aug 1, 1972
Rodriguez, RubenTraining Squadron 25 (VT 25)AD3squadronAug 18, 1986 – Jun 9, 1989HAD A GREAT TIME AT CHASE FIELD. WORKED FIRST OF ALL LINE DEPARTMENT,BECAME PLANE CAPTAIN THEN TRANSFERRED TO POWERPLANTS DIVISION. KNEW A LOT OF FRIENDS. FROM GILBERT FROM NEW BRITIAN CONN. TO FRANK SOLORAZANO.
Roux, PhillipTraining Squadron 25 (VT 25)adr-3squadronFeb 15, 1960 – Mar 31, 1962Met my wife of 51 years there. Loved every min. of being there. Great memories. I now live in Washington State.
Rigney, William John Jr.Flying Tigers (VT 26)ADJ 3Dec 31, 1965 – Jan 10, 1969POWER PLANTS, LINE, CHECK CREW, GROUND SUPPORT.
Rigney Jr., William John profile iconFlying Tigers (VT 26)ADJANLINE, CHECK CREW, POWER PLANTS, GROUND SUPPORTDec 31, 1965 – Jan 10, 1969I DON'T KNOW WHO PUT "FLYING TIGERS" AS THE SQUADRON MONIKER. IT NEVER WAS. IT WAS JUST PLAIN "TIGERS", MAYBE TAKEN FROM THE FACT THAT WE ONCE FLEW THE GRUMMAN F11-F1 TIGER AIRCRAFT!
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Ritz, JohnFlying Tigers (VT 26)AT3squadronMar 1983 – Aug 1985
Rotzman, RichardFlying Tigers (VT 26)ADJ-2squadron1965 – 1968Plane Captain, Ground Start Crew, Check Crew & VT-26 Power PLants
Regan, CharlesBoomers (VT 27)ADRANsquadron1964 – 1966I was an aircraft engine mechanic on the TS2A when I check out. I came from A School after a tour on the USS Ranger CVA-61 West pack 1962 and 1963. Was in VF-91 and plane captain on the F8U-2. FUNNNNNNN.
Rogers, JoshBoomers (VT 27)ENSsquadronOct 2000 – Aug 2001
Rodgers, Charles (Ed)Sabrehawks (VT 86)ABHC(AW)Maintenance Control1980 – 1983Flight Line Chief -
Rulli, Anthony (Tony)Pioneers (VX 1)ATRAN??1969 – 1971Stationed with VX1 at NAS Boca Chica on the S2 ground support crew.
Reid, PhilVanguards (VX 4)CYNFeb 15, 1969 – Feb 10, 1970
Russell, SeanSalty Dogs (VX 23)ADANsquadronMar 1, 1989 – Apr 9, 1993
Rauch, BobBloodhounds (VX 30)AT1Maintenance (AV/ARM) & Admin2003 – 2005
Richman, Neil profile iconScientific Development Squadron (VXS 1)adj3squadronOct 10, 1965 – Jul 17, 1967
Rowland, DavidOshkosh (YTB 757)EN1Port Services1986 – 1989Served as Chief Engineer for 2 1/2 years
Rodman, JayNogales (YTB 777)BM1Tug Master 777Jun 1, 1995 – Nov 1, 2000Was the last Tug Master assigned to her. Typhoon Paka kicked her ass. Had good damn times with damn good people on her. Very proud to have served with some of the finest sailors.
Ramsey, TomApopka (YTB 778)EN3ShipFeb 1968 – Feb 1970
Regan, Gil/heavyloadTonkawa (YTB 786)BM3deckFeb 22, 1969 – Oct 5, 1970I was mostly on the YTM 519 with PJ, Bob T, Tony Cascio, Pigmee, Marty, Sussie, Johnson, Flash, Roy Hollingsworth, and Captn Crunch (Chief Snyder). Bob T thanks for finding me. Stoltzie nice BRG GT6..Heavyload out.
Rosato, LarryTonkawa (YTB 786)BM21967 – 1969I served with Falco (Skip) on the 786 between Oct 67 to Oct 69. I remember the Plymouth. Skip call me 321-480-7390. I saw RC Kovi on the rivers of Vietnam in 70. Go Figure. A Nam buddy told me to try this site. Glad I did.
Reno, DavidMarinette (YTB 791)EN3EngineeringJul 10, 1975 – Mar 3, 1976
Raffelson, JamesKetchikan (YTB 795)SFMFN1968 – 1969Was on the initial crew after delivery to Naval Station Guam, worked with Larry Freeman. Left from there to the U.S.S. Pictor AF-54. Am 61 this year.
Rodriguez, RobertMassapequa (YTB 807)BMCCFAY Port OpsJul 1987 –Retired in 06. Tugs, What more can I say. If you were on em you understand.
Richardson, RalphWaxahachie (YTB 814)EN3Mar 1974 – Apr 1976EN1 Stump BMC Mason EN3 Davis EN3 Freiters
Raba, DianneCatahecassa (YTB 828)SNDeck handMar 22, 1981 – Nov 29, 1985Started with a crew, went onto leading seaman. Spend about 2 years inland at Milpers as a YN striker. Ended back on tugs as a BM3 before end of tour. Went on to Long Beach SIMA as a reserve and made BM2 before getting out all together .
Ricketts, ShaneNegwagon (YTB 834)MM2TugsJun 15, 2004 – May 10, 2006Cheng

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