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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Wyatt, ShannaRampagers (VFA 83)AEVFA-83Apr 1, 1996 – Jan 1, 1997I am looking for a gentleman that was attached to VFA-83 in March/April 1996. He went by the nickname Gonzo. I met him the day he came off a workup and he had staples in his head from where he had an accident on ship
Wyatt, Tony Or RickUSS Alamo (LSD 33)HT3RMay 5, 1973 – Aug 15, 1975Not many remarks would like to hear from any one on board same time.
Wyatt, TreyUSS Conolly (DD 979)RM3OCAug 15, 1995 – Sep 18, 1998
Wyatt, TroubleUSS John Young (DD 973)QM31st/QMJan 6, 1995 – Jan 6, 1998lots of memories
Wyatt, Wallace LeeoUSS Truxtun (CGN 35)ossnoiJul 9, 1973 – Nov 25, 1974Did one west pack, 73-74. Got out of the Navy while in Bremerton, WA. Ship was in dry dock being refurbished from frigate to cruiser. Had a great time on the ship.
Wyatt, WesUSS Samuel Gompers (AD 37)mm3AJul 1, 1967 – Nov 23, 1970I hear some old A gang buddies looking for me. Was good to see John Lair this year.
Wyatt, WilliamUSS Detroit (AOE 4)GMSNweaponsApr 15, 2001 – Jun 16, 2004the only thing i miss is the european women
Wyatt, WilliamUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)E-5 / RD2OPERATIONS1962 – 1962 PLANK OWNER /Precommission / onboard while in drydock/ launch/ degaussing / GITMO/ to dock in RD-3 Norfolk/ Transferred to USS Guadalcanal LPH-7( AFTER 6 MONTHS Back to Philly Shipyard to repeat launch sequence. ..
Wyberanec, JohnUSS Du Pont (DD 941)TM3FoxOct 29, 1963 – Jan 29, 1967I was very proud to be on, probably the most squared away ship in the Navy. I was aboard for the Gemini V shot. Three Med cruises. I was in the group that sang in Monte Carlo. The best night of my life.
Wyble, ClarenceUSS John C. Calhoun (SSBN 630)QM2(SS)NavAug 1966 – Aug 1969A unique time in my life. I couldn't conceive of doing any thing else in the military
Wyche, BrianUSS Constellation (CV 64)E-6/AT1AIMD IM-3Nov 2, 2002 – Jun 2, 20032003 was the final deployment for constellation. I previously did deployments on constellation in 1994, and 2001. Great times great people. worked in the com/nav shop.
Wyche, CharlesUSS Saratoga (CV 60)ICCElectrical DivisionJun 1, 1990 – Nov 30, 1994
Wyche, EddieUSS Boone (FFG 28)RM1OC01Jun 20, 1993 – May 16, 1997It was a learning experience for me during very extreme times.
Wyche, FreddieUSS Sides (FFG 14)DC2EngAug 1990 – Jun 1993Freaking awesome crew!
Wyche, Ht2USS Glover (FF 1098)HT2RJul 7, 1986 – 1989A career stopped on this ship
Wyche, JasperUSS Stump (DD 978)E4A-gangFeb 16, 1986 – Feb 16, 1990Hope everyone is doing good
Wyche, KevinUSS Recovery (ARS 43)OS2operationsOct 1984 – Jun 1989Not onnly was this my first ship, but the best I ever served aboard.
Wyche, KevinUSS Taylor (FFG 50)OS2SC-4Mar 3, 1999 – Oct 1, 2001
Wyche, MarcusUSS Spruance (DD 963)PNSNadmin1994 – 1996Been searching for old shipmates
Wyche, PhillipUSS Stump (DD 978)FC3Sep 18, 1984 – Nov 11, 1988too early an end for such a fine ship.Sorry to see it go so early
Wyche, RichUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)BMOct 10, 1986 – Oct 7, 1990
Wyche 3rd, Cornelius/nealUSS Jacksonville (SSN 699)YNSN(SS)Nov 11, 1982 – Mar 3, 1985Where did the time go? It seems only like yesterday when i was being blown around on the top of the sail , trying to rig that stupid flying bridge. I was glad when my time was up. But I regret not going back with you guys to the IO again.
Wyckhuyse, StephenUSS Ajax (AR 6)EM4R21975 – Aug 1977all great times abord this ship. kevin oconnor and glen gillman. i think of you guys often.
Wyckoff, DaleUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)RM3Jun 1, 1973 – Jun 18, 19752 Westpacs...Great times
Wyckoff, DonTitans (HSL 94)E7squadron1985 – May 1990Blank Owner of HSL94 - hated to see HS75 move
Wyckoff, DonaldUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)ABE2V-2Mar 1987 – Feb 1992Catapault #3 captain, looking for my lost shipmates. V-2: Spit in the face of death. If you haven't been there, you just don't know
Wyckoff, DonaldUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)ABE2V-2Jan 1987 – Nov 1991catapaults rock
Wyckoff, JamesUSNS Butte (T-AE 27)ETN-2OEOct 15, 1968 – Sep 1, 1971Pre Com First Cruse. Enjoyed Gitmo Cruse and First Med Cruse. Was on First Shake Down Cruse. I remember the freezing quaterdeck watches in Boston. Then On to Norfolk
Wyckoff, JimUSNS Butte (T-AE 27)ETN2Oct 1968 – Sep 1971Plankowner
Wyckoff, John/jrUSS Taurus (PHM 3)IC3engNov 1985 – May 22, 1988So how do you discribe the type of duty you had on a Ship like this? Fun,sun,beaches and great friends to depend on.Yes the long hours were a pain! I was a helmsman(thanks for the training Al Cron). It was a fun and incredible ship to be on.
Wyckoff, KeithUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)AAV-2 Arresting Gear/ CAT -4Dec 1990 – Feb 1992I never have and never will forget the hardwork we did on that Flight Deck, remember the F-18 that ate water going to Halifax or the EA6B that broke 3 wire. How about JD trying to fit in a A-6 intake!!! Goodtimes!!!!
Wyckoff, StevenUSS McKee (AS 41)E-4 ENANov 1981 – Aug 1984
Wyckoff, WaltUSS Horne (CG 30)RM2CRFeb 12, 1974 – Aug 20, 1977Radio Central Berthed in same compartment with OI division Made two westpacs and 11 months in the Long Beach yards. Horne is currently berthed 20 miles from where I live.
Wycoff, Ianhia (Neeky)USS Acadia (AD 42)HT3/HT2Repair Division & MedicalNov 1, 1988 – Nov 30, 1993Weld Shop!!! Desert storm/Desert Shield. Fun times
Wydeck, ArchieUSS Monticello (LSD 35)MM3mDec 1977 – Jun 1981
Wyderka, VictorUSS Shangri-La (CV 38)MM 3/C1945 – 1945My dad said he served in Shangri-La in Pacific probably in 1945.
Wydner, DanUSS Spartanburg County (LST 1192)EN3MJan 7, 1975 – Nov 4, 1977Just checking in, would really like to hear from some old friends.
Wydra, MartyUSS Semmes (DDG 18)FNEngine Room 1Dec 12, 1989 – Jul 29, 1991
Wydra, MikeUSS Forrestal (CV 59)AbecV2Oct 1, 1986 – Aug 30, 1989
Wydra, RayUSS Hancock (CV 19)EM3EMay 6, 1973 – Aug 15, 1975First real ship I was stationed on. Retired in 1991

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