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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Cutlip, JimUSS Worden (CG 18)DS-1OEAug 1971 – Mar 1974
Cutlip, Richard/dickUSS Botetourt (APA 136)FNEMEMar 1951 – Apr 1953
Cutlip, Richard/dickUSS Monterey (CVL 26)EN 3EApr 1953 – Apr 1953
Cutlip, RickUSS Hewitt (DD 966)QM3NavJan 9, 1989 – Jul 1, 1990Great times!! Got there right after she got out of the yards after doing a couple of years on the Oldendorf in Yokosuka. I was actually on duty when the QM1 ordered Moosehead and pizza in Vancover! I Hung with Odie and some BM's
Cutlip, RickUSS Oldendorf (DD 972)QMSNNAVJan 2, 1987 – Jan 1989Great ship! Was the Wog Queen (on Thanksgiving!). Was there when we accidently shot that Seasparrow at those A4's outside of Subic Bay,woke up at the bottom of the drydock,and shit from one end of the berthing to the other after Kenya!!!
Cutman, DonaldUSS Chosin (CG 65)GM/3/2CG/CM/CXJan 12, 2002 – Apr 1, 2006They never could get the leadership right. Good times in berthing. Sewage pipes busting no AC Still the best times of my life happend because of They USS now Crippled Dragon.
Cutone, ThomasUSS Haleakala (AE 25)Bosn'mate/snInfantry,gun crewMar 2, 1977 – Feb 1, 1979I would never trade the experiance for anything
Cutrer, Paul / PostmanUSS Coral Sea (CVA 43)PCSNX DIVJun 27, 1974 – Feb 27, 1977LOVED IT. HAD A GOOD TIME. WAS ON AT SAME TIME WITH MY BROTHER DAVID. HE WAS IN THE PRINT SHOP. LOVE VISITING THE PORTS. FOR ONE PERTH. I WOULD DO IT AGAIN.
Cutrer, RobertUSS Alaska (SSBN 732)MT2Missile1984 –Pre com thru Patrol 4 Enjoyed my time Now work as a Civil Engineer
Cutright, ChristopherUSS Ortolan (ASR 22)ENFNEngineering/Detroit Diesel MechanicSep 2, 1982 – Oct 10, 1985Good to see that they have added a website for our ship. Welcome to all who served with me on the floating oversized pontoon boat.
Cutright, DavidUSS Randolph (CV 15)SNNavigationOct 2, 1966 – Oct 1, 1968
Cutright, GeorgeUSS Blakely (FF 1072)GMG3Weapons. ASROCDec 1970 – Feb 1973Came on board after Vietnam Brown Water Navy tour. Great ship. Remember the north Atlantic cruise, Norway, Denmark, Germany and France. Great cruise. Left the ship off the coast of Vietnam. Highlined to an oiler, AO 107.
Cutright, RyanUSS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51)DC2ERNov 28, 2000 – Dec 20, 2003
Cutright, WayneUSS Omaha (SSN 692)IC1/SSElectricalSep 1978 – Feb 1981I will never forget Perth
Cutrona, MichaelUSS George Washington (CVN 73)EN3/ E4ENG AJan 28, 2004 – Feb 16, 2008
Cutrone, JohnUSS Emory S. Land (AS 39)ETCRepair/SafetyJul 16, 2000 – Sep 19, 2003Retired, loving it and living in VA Beach
Cutrone, JohnUSS Glenard P. Lipscomb (SSN 685)ETSNNAV/ETFeb 2, 1980 – Aug 7, 1981
Cutrone, JohnUSS Philadelphia (SSN 690)ET3NAV/ETSep 5, 1982 – Sep 6, 1984
Cutrone, JohnUSS Archerfish (SSN 678)ET2NAV/ETJul 5, 1984 – Apr 17, 1987
Cutrone, JohnUSS Seahorse (SSN 669)ET1NAV/ET/ESMJun 3, 1990 – May 6, 1994The best fast attack boat and crew ever!!!! Go Seahorse. Papa John
Cutshall, JosephUSS Puget Sound (AD 38)DC3DCJan 5, 1985 – Apr 22, 1988
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, MichaelUSS Midway (CVA 41)ansupply1975 – 1977
Cutter, Robert (Curly)USS Hassayampa (AO 145)PN2XAug 1968 – Dec 1969
Cutter, Ronald (Stamps)USS Ticonderoga (CG 47)E-7/PCC (SW)S-1Jan 5, 2001 – May 5, 2003GREAT CPO MESS AS WELL SUPPLY DEPT. HOPE ALL WENT WELL WITH MBR'S FOLLOW ON ORDERS. THE NAME TICONDEROGA WILL ALWAYS STAND OUT.
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

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