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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Cushwa, Charles/USS Sea Leopard (SS 483)Electrician's Mate first classunknown1955 – 1957
Cusick, Craig (Stick)USS Indianapolis (SSN 697)MM2Reactor LaboratoriesJan 1990 – Mar 1994Haven't been in contact with you guys in a long time until Pete Smith and I ran into each other on a Bahamian cruise 20+ years later.
Cusick, DanielUSS Ponce (LPD 15)MM3MP-2Sep 27, 2002 – Mar 25, 2006GOD BLESS AMERICA AND MAY GOD BLESS THE UNITED STATES NAVY!!!
Cusick, EddieUSS Sellers (DDG 11)FNWeapons1980 – 1983
Cusimano, Chuck "Cowboy"USS Navasota (AO 106)EN3"A" DivisionJun 1968 – Jan 1972Hope to hear from old friends. Web-site, www.chuckcusimano.com
Cusimano, LannyUSS Maine (SSBN 741)ET1/SSRCAug 10, 1993 – Nov 18, 1998
Cusimano, LannyUSS Stonewall Jackson (SSBN 634)ET1/SSRCFeb 1984 – Mar 1990
Cusimano, NoelUSS Ingersoll (DD 652)Machinists Mate 2nd classEngineeringAug 18, 1958 – Dec 21, 1961Any shipmates aboard the USS Ingersoll DD652 during 1959 and 1961 please contact me.
Cuskey, Snuff (Jack)USS Hobby (DD 610)botswaindd 610Nov 3, 1942 –My Uncle Snuffy was in WWII on the DD610, I have many pictures of his time on the Hobbie
Cusmano, PaulUSS Reclaimer (ARS 42)EM3ElectriciansNov 1979 – Jun 1980Arrived in Hawaii while the USS Reclaimer was in drydock. Stayed on until June 1980. Assisted in the rescue of a Greek freighter. Good times and good friends. Looking to hear from some old shipmates who were onboard from 1979-1980.
Cuson, CharlesUSS Theodore E. Chandler (DD 717)Lieutenant Junior GradeSupply DepartmentNov 1953 – Dec 1954I was the Supply and Disbursing Officer and enjoyed being a tin can sailor. Captain John D.H. Kane, Jr.,USN, was the Commanding Officer. He later made Admiral. Has since passed away.
Cuspard, Frank S.USS Albany (CG 10)JO3X1970 – Sep 1, 1972Worked in the Public Affairs office. Also coordinated broadcasts on the ship's radio and TV stations. I have a lot of good memories serving aboard the Albany.
Cuspilich, JohnUSS Joseph Hewes (FF 1078)GMT2foxMay 29, 1973 – Jan 8, 1975asroc gunners mate
Cuspilich, JohnUSS Voge (FF 1047)GMT2thirdNov 24, 1971 – May 28, 1973my first ship
Cussimanio, Tom (Nmi)USS Casablanca (CVE 55)Seaman 1st ClassUS NavyJul 5, 1944 – Oct 1, 1945Listed by his son, Thomas J. Tom (senior) just turned 95 on May 10th, 2009.
Cussins, DavidUSS Ranger (CVA 61)SeamanThrid Division1964 – 1966Thank you, to Ships Company, Third Division, and the Medical Group for saving my life. To Capt. Leo .McCuddin our ships Captain and Cuddles, Capt. Web, MD and Surgeon Lt. J.D. Pinkerton, MD. I Made it. Thank you One and
Cussins, DavidUSS Alvin C. Cockrell (DE 366)Seaman ADeck Div1963 – 1964A good ship! Had many a great weekends on her as a Weekend warrior. I remember my first cruise standing bridge watch and saluting the captain everytime he came onto the bridge, he asked the OD, to ask me to stop.
Cusson, BruceUSS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)GMG-2FOXSep 1975 – Dec 1980Great memories, Lots of good friends, Got to see some of the Med.
Cusson, JimUSS Saratoga (CV 60)MMPropulsion1982 – Aug 16, 1985Come on while in Philly and was discharged prior to the '85 cruise. I spent too much time in firewatch when I got aboard before moving to an AMR. God that was long ago... now I work in Information Security and hold a CISSP
Cusson, MarkUSS Omaha (SSN 692)ET2(ss)RCOct 20, 1986 – Aug 20, 1990good times, good guys...
Cusson, RichardUSS Harry E. Yarnell (DLG 17)EMCEJul 18, 1970 – Aug 21, 1971Reported aboard at 1920 Jul.18,1970,made the 1970 UNITAS XI cruise.The E Div gang were hard workers,sorry I had to be tough with you guys but we did do a outstanding job for the few electricians we had at that time.Thanks. Retired Aug.21,1971
Cusson, RichardUSS Roanoke (CL 145)EMCEJan 21, 1952 – May 3, 1958My first ship and the BEST ever.Shipmates I'll always remember,Gus-Gus,Dan Alball?,Jim Worsick,to name a few.great memories.
Cusson, RichardUSS Amherst (PCER 853)EMCEng.Jan 13, 1961 – Jan 3, 1966
Cusson, RichardUSS Sunbird (ASR 15)EMCEng.Jan 4, 1966 – Mar 21, 1967
Cusson, ThomasUSS Simpson (FFG 56)SH1S-3May 12, 1989 – Dec 26, 1991I spent two good years on this ship. I had made Sailor of the Year for this command in 89.
Custard, CodyUSS San Jacinto (CG 56)OS2OIJun 1, 1999 – Mar 1, 2002I effed it up at the end
Custard, DennisUSS Ranger (CV 61)E3v1 v2 aircontrolAug 10, 1957 – Jun 15, 1960love todo it again great ship and crew it made me grow up i was out high school to boot to the ship i was on the shakedown
Custer, Dan Aka GeorgeUSS Yorktown (CG 48)ET2CESep 21, 1995 – Sep 21, 2000Was my first real command and a great start to my career. Seen both great times and some really bad times but most definately more great times.
Custer, Dan Aka GeorgeUSS San Antonio (LPD 17)ET2CEDec 17, 2003 –precom wanderful duty can't wait to get to the ship!!
Custer, DavidUSS John Hancock (DD 981)SmsnCommunications1979 – 1979Best years of my life....looking 4 my old buddies...really would like 2 find Ron Fleming , chito Hernandez , Andy Weinstein ,and elden duggar
Custer, DennisUSS Kansas City (AOR 3)EM33rd - StreamApr 10, 1986 – Dec 20, 1988A real life experience - think about it every day - especially the guys.
Custer, DougUSS Okinawa (LPH 3)AK2S-6 A I M D1984 – 1987Three cruses in three years, so much time at sea
Custer, EdUSS Duxbury Bay (AVP 38)seaman gunnersmateweaponsOct 15, 1944 –Is there anybody left from wwII
Custer, GaryUSS Orion (AS 18)YN3R31967 – 1973Worked in the Repair Office with Jack Beaston, J.J and Perry Smith. Had lots of good friends aboard the Orian, hope to hear from some.
Custer, GilUSS Goldsborough (DDG 20)EN1a gangNov 1968 – Apr 1969last duty station before discharge
Custer, JeffUSS Thomas A. Edison (SSBN 610)EM2/SSE DivJun 1976 – Sep 1979On board with Ron Spannering, Jim Bigelow, John "Duke" Duclayen (LPO), Dean Atchison, and many more. Made 5 patrols out of Guam before transferring to the East Coast.
Custer, JoeUSS Richard B. Anderson (DD 786)E1bt1968 – 1969
Custer, MattUSS Constellation (CV 64)ABHV-1Feb 10, 1995 – May 14, 1996I wasn't on the boat for long, but enjoyed my time there. Fond memories.
Custer, MattShippingport (ARDM 4)HT2Docking / Carpender ShopJun 10, 1989 – Oct 8, 1991
Custer, RobertUSS Bismarck Sea (CVE 95)Commander (Pilot)CVE 951944 – 1944My father, Bob, was rescued out of the water the night of the sinking. He mention that a lot of his fellow shipmates were staffed and he avoided a similar faith by turning off the light on his life vest.

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