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Wylie Szatko, MichelleUSS Willamette (AO 180)DC3/E4Mar 1990 – Apr 1994Looking back on this experience, it was the best ever. We all had a great home port, Honolulu, HI. Some of us were in Avondale, LA. We seen so much of the world. Many of us made great friends. It was so fun.
Wyllie, RobertNAVCOMMSTA Nea Makri, GreeceRM3R-SiteJan 1, 1984 – Jun 1, 1985I have to go back and look at the exact time I was station there. It was January 84 when I arrived.
Wyllie, Robert/bobUSS Salem (CA 139)SEAMANORJul 1957 – May 1959Served as a Radioman from the time of the Suez crises until shortly before she was decommissioned in Portsmouth, Va
Wyllie, RussUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)RM3CommunicationsJan 1977 – Jan 1979Plankowner - still serving in the military as an Army Lieutenant Colonel at the Pentagon.
Wyllie, Stan W.USS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)SEAMAN2nd Div. / FoxAug 1, 1961 – Aug 1, 1963Plankowner 1st. crew to board the Iwo Jima LPH-2
Wyllie,jr, WalterUSS Flasher (SSN 613)STCS(SS)COBMay 1965 – Aug 15, 1967Flasher was my last boat....I then retired. I'd like to hear from CSC(SS) Baker.
Wyman, Clarence "Pete"USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CV 42)GM31stNov 1950 – Oct 1953Still kicking around at nearly 75. Remember the old girl well.
Wyman, DavidUSS John Young (DD 973)FCC(SW)Oct 1993 – Mar 1997Good times and good shipmates Now living in Las Vegas having fun
Wyman, DavidUSS Cochrane (DDG 21)FTM2foxNov 1978 – Mar 19811st ship best of times I am now in Las Vegas haven't seen the ocean in years
Wyman, DavidUSS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7)FCC(SW)Mar 1988 – Oct 1989
Wyman, DavidUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)E-5/HT2repairSep 7, 2004 – Dec 31, 2008
Wyman, DustinUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)HM3MedicalAug 20, 1998 – May 2002
Wyman, George S (Bert)USS Von Steuben (SSBN 632)MM2(SS)A DivisionJan 1972 – Apr 197710 Patrols and many memorable Half-Way Nights spent with a great group of guys. All of the Beer Busts we had the First Fridays back in Charleston were memorable. Best A Division ever.
Wyman, George S (Bert)Submarine Squadron 16 (SUBRON 16)MM1(SS)A- Division SMMS TEAMApr 1977 – Dec 1980Really missing Sarge's Garlic Chicken
Wyman, George S (Bert)Submarine Squadron 14 (SUBRON 14)MMC(SS)A Division (SMMS TEAM)Jan 1981 – Oct 1984Those bowling trips to London Area every year were memorable. Missing the Fish & Chips and McKewins export . Holy Loch was beautiful and the Scottish people were GREAT hosts and friends.
Wyman, George S (Bert)Naval Submarine Base New LondonCWO2R-9 DivisionDec 1984 – Sep 1987Hard work. Very rewarding. Grew a lot in this job. Had a GREAT group of men and women working for me who really performed superbly. Thank You.
Wyman, George S (Bert)USS Canopus (AS 34)CWO4A DIV, MPA, DCAJan 1988 – Jun 1991The trip to the Shipyard in Baltimore and the Trip to St Thomas were both events we shall all remember forever. Great crew supported us all the way.
Wyman, RobUSS San Juan (SSN 751)MM2/SSNov 1991 – Apr 1996Living back in socal, joined CG Reserve after the navy and finally got my commission in 2004, hope the old crew is doing great.
Wyman- Anderson, DeborahUSS Holland (AS 32)BM3Deck DepartmentOct 11, 1989 – Oct 11, 1989Looking for all my old friends and would like to reunite with as many of them as possible. Would especially like to find Cheryl, Cara, Decola and crazy Craigmyle. Still living in Charleston, SC Been married for 20 years
Wymer, Christopher G.USS Simon Lake (AS 33)SNDeckDec 15, 1989 – Mar 15, 1992
Wymer, Christopher G.USS America (CV 66)YN3XMar 15, 1992 – Jul 4, 1993
Wymer, Christopher G.USS Cowpens (CG 63)SK3S-1May 15, 2000 – Jul 10, 2000
Wymer, Christopher G.USS Mobile Bay (CG 53)SK3S-1Jul 23, 2000 – Jul 20, 2002
Wymer, GeneUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)WT3wAug 18, 1988 – Jan 24, 1992Looking for lost shipmates on the Enterprise, Weapons Division for 1988-1992.
Wymer, GeneUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)WT31988 – 1992Served on the Big E W-Division with some of the best people in the world. Hope everyone is still doing good and The Big E is still "KICKING SOME ASS"!!!!!!!!
Wymer, GlennUSS Miller (FF 1091)BT3BJun 1989 – May 1991
Wymer, GlennUSS Nassau (LHA 4)BT3MPJul 20, 1980 – Jul 20, 1985
Wymer, GlennUSS Saipan (LHA 2)BT3MPNov 10, 1991 – Dec 1995
Wymer, JamesUSS Simon Lake (AS 33)IC3ICJun 12, 1991 – Apr 22, 1995I loved being on the Simon Lake in Lamaddalena Italy.
Wymer, PaulUSS Simon Bolivar (SSBN 641)FTB2/SSFTBJan 20, 1986 – Dec 19, 1989Hello All, Glad to see so many old shipmates in our crew list. I'm still on active duty out in Washington State.The Simon "B" was a great boat with a great tradition.All of you can be proud that you all were part of that. Take Care.
Wymer Cumberledge, Earl DeanMachinist (AFDB 8)First ClassNot known1942 –
Wymetalek, Kerry profile iconUSS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968)STGCASW1975 – 1978North Atlantic cruse
Wymond, Charles Ernest 'buck'USS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79)1944 –My father served with honor aboard the Omanney Bay. He was transferred from the ship the day before she set sail for what was to be her final voyage. He spoke often of his beloved ship & mates. Dad passed away in Feb. 2001.
Wymore, CharlieUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)TD1V-2 Division PLAT/LensJun 1980 – Jun 1983Good times, great memories.
Wynans, BuzzHunters (VF 201)E-8Aircraft (Powerplants)Oct 1, 1970 – May 30, 1983
Wynans, BuzzVigilantes (VF 151)E-5Aircraft (Powerplants)Jan 1, 1963 – Jun 1, 1965
Wyndham, NicoleUSS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)OS2OIDec 7, 2001 – Oct 14, 2004Been to hell and back on that ship. Through the good and bad times on the ship, I made some great friends and you will always be remembered!! Love ya !! xoxoxox
Wyndham, NicoleUSS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)OS2OIDec 7, 2001 – Nov 22, 2005Just want to give a shout out to OI division. And to anyone out there that remembers me. Im on the GW now out in Norfolk. Hit me up at 757-268-5196
Wyngaert, MichaelUSS Moosbrugger (DD 980)BM11st DivOct 4, 1982 – Apr 17, 1986Hay all just found my cruz book from the Moose after 17 years. There were some great times we did a lot the Moose was my best sea duty. I finished up as Command Chief at the Akron Navel center in 2004 - 28 years.

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