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|Huston, Matthew||USS Implicit (MSO 455)||DC2||Engineering||1989 – 1993||I really miss my friends from the mighty i. I learned so much. Proudest 4 years of my life.|
|Huston, Mike||USS Scranton (SSN 756)||MM2/SS||M||1989 – Feb 1993||Plankowner, the only boat I served on, and doubt any other command would have matched it. The best group of guys I've ever met.|
|Huston, Mike/ Lurch||USS Kidd (DDG 993)||BM3||Sep 1, 1982 – Jun 26, 1985||A lot of good memories. Growing up while traveling the world to places I'll never see again. Carrying Reddman on my shoulders after a night in Naples.(He was a small guy). Becoming a Shellback and a Bluenose. The giant tusks of Mombasa.|
|Huston, Robert, Bob||USS Kitkun Bay (CVE 71)||Chief Water Tender||B Division||Jan 1944 – 1945||My dad was a Pearl Harbor survivor [USS West Virginia], then served aboard USS Saratoga. Served on USS Kitkun Bay from commissioning to end of war as Chief Water Tender, Division B. He passed away in May 2008.|
|Huston, Sam (Harry)||USS Paul Revere (LPA 248)||rm3||radio||1970 – 1973|
|Huston, Scott||USS Barbel (SS 580)||RM3||Seaman Gang||Jan 1980 – Dec 1981||Made some great friends while stationed at Pearl - it would be nice to get in touch sometime...|
|Huston, Sean||USS Acadia (AD 42)||HTFA||R-1 Laggers||Mar 1994 – Sep 1994||wasn't on there long, but had a great time in San Fran.|
|Huston, Thomas||USS L. Y. Spear (AS 36)||E5||Shop 38||Feb 1969 – 1971||Was Fun I learn a lot|
|Huston, Timothy||USS Sioux (ATF 75)||RM3||Radioman||1968 – Sep 11, 1968||I'm trying to connect with other crew members from 1968|
|Huston, Tom||USS Coontz (DDG 40)||HT3||R||Aug 5, 1981 – Jan 14, 1984||Best Ship I served on during my 20 years, where are all the HT's we had 17 of them at once During the 81-82 med cruise. McQuin,Trowbridge,Gallagher,Robbins,Slack,Booth,Helms,McMahon,Where are you guys...|
|Huston, Tony||USS Detroit (AOE 4)||PN3||Admin, started off in deck Division 2||Sep 1990 – Apr 1993||Hoping to meet up or get in contact with some fellow shipmates|
|Huston, Van||USS Pargo (SSN 650)||MM1SS||M-Div||1979 – 1983|
|Huston, William /bill||USS Sierra (AD 18)||EN3||A-GANG ENGINEERING BOILER TECH||May 3, 1982 – May 4, 1986||LOVED THE SHIP AND THE PEOPLE MISS THE WATER AND THE FRIENDS IF YOU REMEMBER ME PLEASE GIVE ME A SHOUT 765-425-5962|
|Huston, William /bill||USS Sierra (AD 18)||EN3||a gang||May 2, 1982 – May 4, 1986|
|Huston, William /bill||USS Sierra (AD 18)||EN3||A gang||May 3, 1982 – May 4, 1986|
|Hustus, Mike||USS Racine (LST 1191)||RM1||OC||May 1985 – May 1989||It wasn't a bad ship but, I have served on better.|
|Huszar, Steve||USS Wasp (CV 18)||PR 3||V3||Feb 1, 1968 – Mar 11, 1970||Started out with the V3 Div. (hanger). Many memorable cruises, incidents & friends! Med, No. Atlantic, Artic Cir. & more - Even the refueling collision. Left for Parachute Riggers School & back to Wasp - Then to Andrews AFB Parachute Loft.|
|Hutch, J||USS Elkhorn (AOG 7)||sa||supply||Jan 2, 1965 – Nov 2, 1969|
|Hutchcraft, Jason||USS America (CV 66)||FN/E3||Engineering||Feb 5, 1993 – Feb 5, 1995||Had a Good Time onboard. Med Cruise was awesome. The 1 thing that really stands out in my mind it the BOILER EXPLOSION pier side Norfolk. All I have to say is CRAZY!!! RIP USS AMERICA CV-66|
|Hutchcroft, Hutch||USS Barbey (FF 1088)||OS2||OI||Apr 20, 1988 – Sep 30, 1991||Glad to see I'm remembered here, the liberty calls!! West-Pac '88 and the M.E.F. Deployment. I'm proud to have served with a great crew on a great ship. Norris, Beck Bink, the names go on. . .Thanks for the memories!|
|Hutchens, Curtis||USS Detroit (AOE 4)||E-5/EM2||E-Division||Aug 2, 1992 – Nov 18, 1996|
|Hutchens, Daniel||USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)||AO3||G-4||Nov 1988 – Jun 1991||Left the ship before the first WESTPAC. Was out of the Navy for a while and returned in 2000 as and Aegis FC.|
|Hutchens, Daniel||USS Donald Cook (DDG 75)||FC2||CF||Mar 31, 2002 – Sep 8, 2006||Done two deployments onboard and getting ready to leave.|
|Hutchens, Devon||USS Albert David (FF 1050)||PN3||Admin||1988 – 1989|
|Hutchens, Greg Hutch||USS Guam (LPH 9)||CS3||PHOTO LAB||Jan 3, 1966 – Jan 8, 1969||GREAT TIMES IN THE PHOTO LAB|
|Hutchens, Hutch||USS Samuel Gompers (AD 37)||HT3||R1||Aug 1970 – Jul 1971||Carpenter shop when Damage control and ship fitter ratings combined to hull tech I was transferred to USS ALBERT DAVID DE1050. Chief Robertson then chief Cochrane was in charge of shop.|
|Hutchens, Kloondus ,r [ Hutch}||USS Albany (CG 10)||CG 10||Jun 1960 –||CHEIF HUTCHENS PASSED AWAY FEB 17 2001|
|Hutchens, Stan||USS Worden (CG 18)||SM2||oc||Jun 10, 1965 – May 1968||looking for old freinds|
|Hutchens, Tom (Probie)||USS Ohio (SSBN 726)||MS3||Supply||Dec 8, 1997 – Feb 13, 2000||Wardroom sup/GWC. Best crew in the sub fleet! Miss my buddies Coles, MSC Bruice, Rummy, all you guys! I hope the years have been good to all my past shipmates!|
|Hutcheon, Hutch||USS Cavalier (APA 37)||SEAMAN ASSAULT COXSWAIN||BOAT DIVISION||Nov 5, 1965 – Sep 26, 1968||I WAS DRIVING TO MELBOURNE BEACH HERE IN FLORIDA WHEN ALONG THE SIDE OF A BOAT YARD WAS ONE OF YOUR 'LCVP' # 3 OFF OF THE NASHVILLE IT WASN'T IN VERY GOOD CONDITION BUT IN RESTORABLE CONDITION. THOUGHT SOMEONE WOUKD L|
|Hutcherson, James||USS John Hancock (DD 981)||GMG3||Guns||1991 – 1994||Considering where I am now, Afghanistan, living on a ship is looking pretty attractive these days. Hope everyone I knew back then is doing well.|
|Hutcherson, Joey||USS America (CV 66)||EW2SW||C-3||Aug 28, 1977 – Apr 1, 1982||Had a great time on this ship. I got to see the world and never owned a passport.|
|Hutcherson, John||USS Coronado (AGF 11)||E-4 / ET3||OE||Nov 1, 1997 – Mar 15, 2000|
|Hutcherson, Mark||USS America (CV 66)||EM2||E-Division||Nov 15, 1969 – Dec 21, 1970||On-board for over-haul @ Norfolk Naval Shipyard and West-Pac cruise. Did a lot of growing up on the "BIG DAWG" and in "Po City". Great times on a great ship with a great crew!|
|Hutcherson, Michael||USS Albany (CG 10)||OS2||oi||May 17, 1973 – Nov 16, 1976|
|Hutcherson, Seth||USS Coronado (AGF 11)||IT3/E-4||COMMS/CR||Dec 16, 2002 – Jul 1, 2006||I was on the ship when it transitioned to USNS Coronado, and I am still on the ship with its transition back to USS Coronado. We are curently on our first WestPac since 1997.|
|Hutcherson, Terry||USS Pensacola (LSD 38)||EM 3||E Division||Nov 1976 – Oct 1980||Looking back OJT wasn't all that bad, they did award me A school in the end and it was all worth it. I owe my career to the things I learned onboard. I did not follow into an Electricians field but I use it daily.|
|Hutcheson, Allen||USS San Francisco (SSN 711)||EM1/Nuke||Electrical||Sep 1, 1980 – Nov 28, 1983||Plankowner - Arrived during new construction period at Newport News Shipbuilding - Sea Trials w/ Adm Rickover - Transited through Panama Canal to Pearl Harbor - One West Pac. Great friends remembered|
|Hutcheson, Chad||USS Cape St. George (CG 71)||FC3||WO||Jul 27, 2002 –|
|Hutcheson, Chad||USS Cape St. George (CG 71)||FC3(SW)||WO / CF||Jun 1, 2002 – Aug 20, 2006|