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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Wynne, JeffUSS Barbey (FF 1088)RM2OPSJan 14, 1980 – Apr 20, 1983REMEMBER LOSING HELO OVER SIDE COLLIDING WITH THE USS ROARK, GETTING KICKED OUT OF BAHRAN, AND BEING NAMED BARBEY BARBARIANS
Wynne, Joe profile iconUSS John F. Kennedy (CVA 67)E-3Engineering 1MMRFeb 1972 – Feb 14, 1974Got on in Athens... yom kippur action... lost anchor... Artic circle... Dry Dock Portsmouth ...Two entended deployments..... Forestall fire one reason
Wynne, NoctonUSS Pharris (FF 1094)STG23RD1981 – 1985had some great times in sonar 1. 35ivds room . spent way too much time in Beirut.just found this site and just wanted to say high :)
Wynne, PatUSS McClusky (FFG 41)EW3(SW)CEApr 1996 – Sep 1998
Wynne, VeronicaUSS Cimarron (AO 177)SEAMANdeckJan 1997 – 1998my first command I learned some life lessons here. I'll NEVER forget.
Wynne, WilliamAssault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)BM-3/E-4LCU-1643,1653Jun 1989 – Mar 1993Living near Charlotte,NC now if any former shipmates are in the area.
Wynsma(goodwin), CherylUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)EM3R-3Sep 6, 1992 – Aug 16, 1995I hope all is doing well that served aboard the Sound. I have a lot of great memories from the cruises. If you remember me, drop me a line, it would be nice to hear from old friends.
Wynyard, PeterUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)EM3Electrician's MatesFeb 1978 – Oct 21, 1979Enjoyed our cruise in August 1978 to England, Holland and Germany for 10 weeks. My longest cruise during my time in the Navy. Previous to this I was on a Tug Boat in Scotland for 1.5 years.
Wynyard, PeterSaugus (YTB 780)EM3TugboatJul 1976 – Feb 1978This was truely my favorite duty station while in the service. I'm sad to hear that it is now closed. I remember going to the Paul Jones Club in town and also eating fish and chips in the local newspaper. I wish I still had my Jag 3.4S.
Wynyard, PeterRecruit Training Command Orlandoe1Boot Camp Company 133Oct 22, 1975 – Jan 9, 1976First time in my life seeing palm trees...too bad it was for boot camp. 9 weeks and it was like being on the biggest loser. I could use a little boot camp like that today. They actually let us go home for Xmas and come back for 9th week
Wynyard, PeterNaval Training Center Great Lakese2EM A schoolJan 28, 1976 – Jun 15, 1976Enjoyed going to the enlisted club for lunch breaks and going to Chicago on weekends. Even went on a ski trip to Wisconsin one weekend.
Wynyard, PeterUSS Holland (AS 32)EMFNElectricians Mate and then to TugboatJun 15, 1976 – Jun 30, 1976Truely enjoyed going into Dunoon to the clubs and restaurants. My love of dancing started here at the hotels and bars. Brought my wife back to see the base in 1984.
Wypycha, MikeUSS Roanoke (AOR 7)IC3EAug 1989 – Jul 1993LOOKING FOR MY BOYS RON HESSELGRAVE, SEAN REYNOLDS, MURRAY, IC3 PARKER, IC3 RANDOLPH, MIKE YOUNG GREG DRAPER, DIFFENBAUGH.#(734)495-3794 OR (909)476-2164 LEAVE MESS.
Wypycha, Norman MikeUSS Roanoke (AOR 7)e-4E divAug 10, 1989 – Jul 12, 1993Whats up fellas. I got some sad news you guys remember James Davis a.k.a. jimmy. He died awhile back from a freak golfing accident he was with Draper at the time. Sorry G.draper that must have been awful. (909)327-7670
Wyrebek, RaeUSS Holland (AS 32)SNWeapons1993 – 1996
Wyrick, DannyUSS Orion (AS 18)EN3ENG.Mar 21, 1959 – Jan 21, 1962Spent so of the best time of my life on this ship. Would like to hear from some of the man who were onboard when I was. I worked in both engine rooms & also in agang.
Wyrick, DouglasUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)ABFSupply1995 –
Wyrick, DouglasNaval Air Station Adakabfsupply1994 – 1995
Wyrick, Travis profile iconUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)abh3V-3Nov 19, 2006 – Jul 13, 2009 Never do what first comes to mind.
Wyrick, Zachariah profile iconUSS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)MM3EngineeringNov 1, 2004 – Sep 29, 2008Just wanted to see how everyone from the old ship was doing.
Wyrostek, TedUSS Kinkaid (DD 965)ET-2Communications1979 – 1982
Wysk, DanUSS Somers (DDG 34)OSSNOperationsMay 18, 1974 – Feb 18, 1976Great memories of some awesome shipmates. Beers, Boo Boo, Taco, Ski, Grits just to name a few made for some wild times. Never did make a West Pac but 21 months on "The Rock" was enough. Hope all are well!
Wyskowski, TomUSS Haleakala (AE 25)SK3supplyJan 1, 1967 – Jan 2, 1969hello to all, for sure, everyone worked hard on the ship, and remember chief harrison?, a good ship, in a difficult time,
Wysocki, JeffreyUSS Wasp (LHD 1)ADAAIMO2Feb 15, 2002 – Jul 31, 2006
Wysocki, John (Doc)USS Daniel Webster (SSBN 626)LT(MC)MEDJul 28, 1966 – Jun 4, 1967I WOULD LIKE TO CHECK ON OLD SHIPMATES, ESPECIALLY MY CORPSMAN, BILL CHARETTE, AND WEPS OFFICER SCOTTY EDWARDS.
Wysocki, MichaelUSS Will Rogers (SSBN 659)MM1/SSM-DivApr 19, 1988 – Apr 19, 1992man what a long time ago but so many memories, some even good. lol
Wysocki, PaulUSS Kansas City (AOR 3)MM2& POLMay 1973 – Sep 1976Important time in my life. Met some great men, with great character. I would love to hear from any of the guys I worked with.
Wysong, FrankUSS Kalamazoo (AOR 6)E4SupplyApr 15, 1984 – Sep 5, 1986Came aboard in Hoboken during a rehab there went to GTMO then the MED, had a lot of fun would like to hear from any of the other supply guys at that time, Don Dahmien, for example and any others that may still be around
Wysong, JackieUSS Forrestal (CV 59)EM3EJan 20, 1973 – Nov 1, 1975Three Med Cruises, Assigned to the Light Shop & Battery Locker
Wysong, MikeUSS Canisteo (AO 99)ETOE01Oct 10, 1980 – Jun 23, 1983I still have nightmares about the endless UNREPS.
Wysong, SamUSS Sampson (DDG 10)STG3ASOct 1975 – May 1977
Wysong, SamUSS Cushing (DD 985)STG2/STG1CA1979 – 1982Plankowner, with: STGCS Skip Clowery STG1 Ken "Gooch" Crouch STG1 Jerry Hendrickson STG1 Chuck Edmonson STG3 Mike Mosley STG3 Rob Butcher STG3 Frank Cordova STG3 "Still Bill" McCoy and others too many to name.
Wysong, William (Bill)USS Sampson (DDG 10)SF3Enigneer1961 – 1964Plank Owner ; i rember all the times we spent in the carribean and also the Montreal cruise.While in Boston Wiley Pace; Vernon Dome and myself spent most of our time in the Hillbilly Ranch
Wysong, William (Bill)USS Dealey (DE 1006)3rd ClassR1960 – 1961
Wyss, PaulWizards (VAQ 133)E-5squadronOct 15, 1974 – Jun 20, 1978
Wystepek, PaulUSS Houston (SSN 713)MM3/SSAuxillary (A-gang)Jun 26, 1981 – Jun 26, 1985Plankowner - And alot of memories! You know Cmdr. Pete had me drive that sub all the way through the Panama Canal. It was all good. Any emergency blows lately?
Wyszynski, Gunny SkiUSS Shreveport (LPD 12)GUNNERY SERGEANT/E7Embarked Marine Infantry Unit - L Co. 3/6Aug 1, 1997 –Did two deployments on her, and of the 13 amphibs I deployed on, the USS Shreveport was the finest. A super ship with a superb crew. She is the last of the classics, real lines of a ship and made for war. Semper Fi - Gunny Ski USMC Ret.
Wyszynski, Gunny SkiUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)CPL/ E-4Embarked Marines: E CO BLT 2/4 24TH MAUAug 1982 – Oct 1982Great ship and crew. Deployed as a Cpl on Operation Northern Wedding/ Bold Guard to Denmark, Germany, and the UK. Crossed decked to USS Nassu LHA 2 in the UK so the Guadalcanal could assume station in the Med. - Gunny Ski (Ret)
Wythe, CharlieUSS Point Defiance (LSD 31)YN2PersonnelJun 1967 – Oct 1969Remember Portland Seatlle Long Beach San Diego Subic Bay -to much time there- Hong Kong Japan Vietnam and the almost collision with oiler when USS Dubuque hit it. Cousin Tom Wythe and Jerry Parkhurst
Wyttenbach, RonUSS Germantown (LSD 42)E-6/PCS41994 – 1997

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