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Cutshall, MarcUSS Forrestal (CV 59)BT3#2MainDec 1, 1978 – Aug 16, 1982
Cutshall, MarkUSS Nassau (LHA 4)DS2/DS1OEApr 19, 1997 – Apr 21, 1998Great Ship. Great Crew.
Cutshaw, TerryUSS Vincennes (CG 49)CTT1(SW)OM01Mar 18, 2000 – May 1, 2003Seems funny being out of the Navy now, for 8 years life was so simple...sweepers, clamp downs, freshwater wash downs. Hated it while we were there, but miss the hell out of it now. Made some great friends and remember some of the wild times
Cutson, CraigUSS Orion (AS 18)HT2R-11989 – 1992My first ship and the best times with the gang in the Pipe shop.
Cutson, CraigUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)HT2Eng/Repair1992 – 1994I was on the 2000-0000 DC watch right up to 15 minutes before becoming a civilian. Made some good friends.
Cutter, James (Jim)USS Elokomin (AO 55)RD30perations1952 – 1954The Elokomin was a very bussy but a very good ship. I was glad to be a part of the crew.
Cutter, Joseph / Gramps profile iconUSS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16)en3mApr 11, 1977 – Dec 1979Just wondering about the crew in the engine rooms and M division. Remembering my burn out brother!
Cutter, Marc S.USS America (CV 66)BT1MP/CatsSep 1982 – May 15, 1988Hardest but most rewarding command
Cutter, Robert (Curly)USS Hassayampa (AO 145)PN2XAug 1968 – Dec 1969
Cutting, DaneUSS Proteus (AS 19)CS2S2Dec 1966 – Mar 1970Great -- More good memories than not. Was assigned to the Bakery Dept. Going in the Navy I did not know a Biscut from a Donut Learn a great occopation on the Proteus I stayed in the Baking industry for the next 40 Yr.
Cutting, DaveUSS Cook (FF 1083)BM31st, the only real sailorsFeb 1976 – Aug 1979 Came on board with my two equally foolish buddies, Miguel "Speedy" Victorino and Mark Rudebeck. Great crew, great times. The landing on Mars was a highlight, I had a great view from the bridge. Road trip to Foggy's!
Cutting, JeffreyUSS Thorn (DD 988)DC1(SW)RJan 1, 2001 – Aug 1, 2004
Cutting, JeffreyUSS Fife (DD 991)DC3RNov 1993 – Sep 1996
Cutting, JeffreyUSNS San Jose (T-AFS 7)DCFNRFeb 1993 – Nov 1993This ship was a great way to start my Navy career.
Cutting, KeithUSS America (CV 66)BT3Engineering B assigned to MMR21970 – 1972Gone but not forgotten
Cutting-spurling, LindseyUSS John Young (DD 973)PS2ADMINJun 1999 – Jan 2001First station/ ship .. it was amazing!
Cuttle, JamesUSS Hue City (CG 66)DK2Supply S-4Jul 1, 1996 – Jul 1, 2000
Cutts, DavidUSS O'Bannon (DD 987)GSM2M-Jan 1993 – Jan 1995
Cuva, FrankUSS Kittiwake (ASR 13)OS3operationsApr 20, 1976 – Apr 10, 1978good crew had a good time looking for TOM SHARAGE from sayville li
Cuyle, JerryNaval Base Guantanamo BaySk3SupplyNov 17, 1975 – Dec 1, 1976Had a great time in Gitmo.
Cuyle, JerryUSS Pensacola (LSD 38)SK3SupplyNov 1976 – Aug 1978Still remember names almost 40 years later. Hi out there to Finn, Smitty, Winemiller, Shreves, Oakerson.. Where is Eddie Hoyle? Still listen to Dean Martin because of him. Jim Stancik.. Glenn Longsworth?
Cuyler, RobertUSS Raleigh (LPD 1)L/CPLBLT 3/6 Det-S (Btry F 2/10)Sep 8, 1977 – Mar 12, 1978Aboard with the rest of the sea going bell hops! small gee dunk, cold sudsless showers. Sitting under the ships only cannon one night while underway,the crew opened fire ,and my ears have been ringing ever since!! whooo!
Cuyler, WandaUSS Canopus (AS 34)YN2ADMINOct 29, 1985 – Aug 29, 1988
Cuyos, DennyUSS Johnston (DD 821)STG-3SONAR/QUARTERMASTERS (SHIPS SWIMMER & DIVER)Aug 15, 1965 – Aug 15, 1967I was the swimmer that cut the 8" hausing line out of the screws while practice towing at GITMO. XO Jonas backed down on the line. It took abit to cut it out .
Cuzick, LeeUSS Buck (DD 761)BTFNForward Fire roomJun 1972 – Jul 1973Best Duty Ever , with the best bunch of guys ! Wish I knew it back then . My Best to all my Brothers !
Cuzzart, CharlesUSS Beltrami (AK 162)3POEnginmanNov 10, 1953 – Aug 25, 1955Great ship, came aboard right out of boot camp, met a lot of wonderful people,some we kept in touch until the grim reaper caused a parting. I will never forget this wonderful experience.
Cwenkala, TomNAVCOMMSTA Harold E. Holt, Exmouth, AustraliaE-3S3Jul 4, 1977 – 1978What a blast! If I knew then what I know now..... (or if I remembered half of my Cape stay....)
Cwiklinski, Francis (Cski)USS Vogelgesang (DD 862)QM3Jun 5, 1963 – Jun 5, 1965
Cwiklinski, RonaldUSS Francis Scott Key (SSBN 657)EM2Jan 1969 – Jan 1972I grew up during this time and for the better!
Cwiklinski, SkiUSS Germantown (LSD 42)ICFNJan 21, 1997 – Nov 17, 1998
Cwitkowitz, Steve "Cwiz"USS Gallery (FFG 26)PN3personnelDec 7, 1992 – Dec 7, 1994It was quite an experience and will always cherish the memories. Special thanks to PN1 Sady Alger, Cliff Coverson and Rob Johnson. You guys are the best. Thanks for everything.
Cwo4 David E. Norris Usn Ret., DennyUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)AW2HS-3Dec 1968 – Mar 1969Made Apollo 8 and Apollo 9, Actually got to make the pick-up of Apollo 9 crew. I was 1st crewman on HS-3 aircraft 54, primary recovery. It was one of the top events in my Navy career. Right up there with making Chief and Warrant
Cwynar, MarcUSS Comstock (LSD 45)SM3communicationsJul 10, 1995 – Jul 10, 1997 Great two years, one west pac and many underways. Memories that will last a lifetime Great shipmates
Cwynar, MarcUSS Mauna Kea (AE 22)BMSN Rase DivraseNov 21, 1994 – Jun 11, 1995Great first year on the old Mauna Kea Plank Owner
Cwynar, Marc AUSS Comstock (LSD 45)E-4 SM3OC Signal BridgeJun 21, 1995 – Jul 10, 1997
Cwynar, Michael D.USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22)ET3OEDec 1974 – 1976
Cwynar, ThomasUSS Finback (SSN 670)AMar 1982 – May 1986The last two years onboard were the best years of my 15 years in the navy. Outstanding crew and command.
Cybator, ChrisUSS Sterett (CG 31)RM2OCMay 19, 1981 – May 30, 1983Remember coming back to ship late one morning brow was already pulled, sea and anchor in progress, had to climb mooring line to get aboard. Obviously, UA, CDR Mullen(current CNO) looking on, did not get written up.
Cybrynski, Ronnie SkiUSS Sagacity (MSO 469)RD3operations1967 – Jan 1969i was a radarman on the sagacity i was discharged in january of 1969 i don't remember when i came on board i was transfered from the exploit mso 440 due to another radarman who came on board for brother duty

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