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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Hyler, MonteUSS Johnston (DD 821)MMFNM DivisionJan 6, 1969 – May 26, 1969I was onboard for several months between MM-A school and Nuke School. We were in the Charleston, SC shipyard at that time. Short stay aboard but I enjoyed those months.
Hylla, FrankUSS Ortolan (ASR 22)BM32nd Division Deck DepartmentAug 9, 1978 – Sep 25, 1980Any one who was on the ship like Knapp George
Hylman, Ken SpankyUSS Dahlgren (DDG 43)MM2M DIVAug 20, 1990 – Jul 31, 1992worked in number 1 engine room ,and miss all you guys.GOD BLESS BIBLE AND WOODY RIP!!!! Would like to hear from my shipmates,and UNITAS was a blast.I was one the two last people that made it out of the fire,contact me!!
Hylton, CarrollBlue Blazers (VA 93)AE-3AirNov 1, 1966 – Sep 1, 1970Served at Lemoore with VA 122 for 2 years, transferred to VA 93 and West Pack with Sister VA 56 aborard the Ranger CVA 61. Deployed to Fallon and Yuma numerous times with VA 122.
Hylton, James MichealUSS L. Y. Spear (AS 36)BT3Engineering-BoilerJan 1983 – Apr 1986Hi Everyone..don't do this computer stuff much..but feel free to call me..913-441-7335
Hylton, JohnboyUSS Conserver (ARS 39)1974 – 1976Conserver was the most fun of my life .I worked in B-1 with Romondo Davis a very fine person.I just wish I could do it again.Would love to here from any ship mates .Hey Ron White the comedian remember the fun on the fantail at night
Hylton, MarkUSS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22)MM1MMar 31, 1981 – Jul 3, 1984The "Benny Sweat" was a great ship. I am glad I had a chance to serve with her crew down in Main Control #1 Engineroom. Many great memories I will carry with me fondly.
Hylton, MikeUSS Gary (FFG 51)GM3CS05Aug 31, 1999 – Dec 1, 1999Was stationed on the Thach when the Thach and Gary did the first crew swap in Japan. Then a couple months on board and transferred back to the states = next duty station.
Hylton, MikeUSS Thach (FFG 43)SN (deck) / GM3Deck / CS05Dec 21, 1996 – Aug 31, 1999My very first command. Great experience with this crew. Hope to re-connect with many of you. Earl, you out there in TX still?
Hylton, MikeUSS Rainier (AOE 7)GM3 / GM2(SW)supplyDec 28, 1999 – Mar 30, 2002Working for supply division at this command wasn't to bad.
Hylton, MikeNaval Submarine Base BangorGM2 (SW)SecurityApr 18, 2002 – Mar 15, 2004Loved my shore duty. Working at the gun range and being an instructor was great.
Hylton, ShayneUSS Ogden (LPD 5)QMCnavigationSep 16, 2002 – Sep 16, 2005Where i retired, great ship and crew. Miss the friendships made there. Civilian life is better than i had remembered though. best of luck to my QM's, and my fellow Chiefs in the Mess. 6 minutes, Zebra not set..., c'mon rep-2... we can do it...
Hylton, SherryUSS La Salle (AGF 3)SH3S1Mar 23, 1994 – Nov 1, 1996Gaeta Italy the USS LaSalle. I Had the Time of My Life and think about it often really miss it! Miss all my Shipmates and cutting hair down in the barbershop Good Times wouldn't change it for anything!
Hyma, GeorgeUSS Voge (FF 1047)LTJGSupplySep 1972 – Aug 1974The Voge had two Supply Officers. I started out as the junior Supply Officer and fleeted up to the Department head. I replaced Bob Litner and Calvin Mundt replaced me.
Hymack, JeffUSS Silversides (SSN 679)SK3/SSJun 1, 1989 – Dec 1, 1992
Hyman, Brandon (Bighym)USS Samuel Eliot Morison (FFG 13)PS1 (THEN DKSN)S-4, DisbursingMar 1997 – Mar 1999My tour on the Mo' was by far the best experience of my Naval career. Great Lakes 98 was awesome, who could forget the yellow Dodge Duster..or Quebec? I have so many great friends and memories. Always remember LCDR Dexter Gloster, RIP Suppo. emai
Hyman, CharlesUSS Kamehameha (SSBN 642)MM2SSAJun 10, 1966 – Dec 12, 1969wHERE ARE ALL THE BLUE CREW AUXILIARY MEN? IF YOU KNOW SEND ME AN E MAIL PLEASE.
Hyman, Jerry / GatorUSS Durham (LKA 114)GMG34thJan 1969 – Jun 1971remeber alot of good times
Hyman, LucasUSS Ouellet (FF 1077)MM2MApr 1, 1980 – Jun 8, 1984It was hard, it was fun. Saw a lot of cool places. Made 3 west-pacs, some good friends.
Hyman, Mark / BusterUSS Snook (SSN 592)QM3NavigationJun 1977 – 1979
Hyman, Matthew "Buster"USS Truxtun (CGN 35)OS1OINov 1, 1984 – Mar 23, 1989I knew one day she would be razor blades, I'll always have fond memories of my time onboard of the Tommy T.
Hyman, RobertUSS White Plains (AFS 4)AFS-4DECK/OPSJul 1987 – Jul 1989"WHITE PLAINS...MUSTER" My first duty station, I always sum it as the best and worst days of my life....at least up until my last day onboard. To the shipmates that were lost in the mainspace fire, you will never be forgotten.
Hyman, SaulUSS Philippine Sea (CV 47)S/2CMay 11, 1946 – Oct 11, 1947
Hymas, BrettUSS Constellation (CV 64)YN3V-1Dec 26, 1988 – Aug 29, 1991
Hymas, TracyUSS Gunston Hall (LSD 44)GM23RDFeb 7, 2001 – Nov 1, 2004Hmmmm - Just another day another dollar... Still moving on for more..
Hymel, NormanUSS Constellation (CVA 64)Aviation Storekeeper AK4S6Jan 2, 1968 – Aug 8, 1969
Hymer, JacobUSS Ingraham (FFG 61)STGSN, STG3, STG2CAOct 15, 2005 –so far it is a great first experience
Hymer, TylerUSNS Santa Barbara (T-AE 28)E-3 undesignatedthe pitNov 16, 1997 – Sep 30, 1998My first ship...Good times
Hymes, JosephUSS Sacramento (AOE 1)BMSNStreamNov 25, 1994 – Jul 12, 1997
Hymowitz, BarryUSS Cadmus (AR 14)ETN2Electronics ShopMay 30, 1968 – May 29, 1970
Hymowitz, Mark (Hymmie)USS Saratoga (CV 60)E4CVIC OPSMar 1979 – Nov 1981Wonderful years I spent onboard..I think about my time on Sara daily...wish I was back there.Anyone remember me zip me an email. What happen to John Gooch,
Hynds, ChrisUSS Nassau (LHA 4)MM3 'A" gang/AS hyd. shopMar 1989 – Aug 1992one great time!!!
Hynds, RoyUSS Nantahala (AO 60)SK 3Supply1963 – Feb 11, 1966Traveled a lot, we all remember refueling at ALL hours.Med cruise in 1963, for an 18 year old boy was epic.
Hynek, JonUSS Duluth (LPD 6)ABH1(AW)AIRJun 1999 – Sep 2003HEY THERE IF ANY OF YOU STILL REMEMBER ME , IM RETIRED AND LIVIN LARGE EMAIL IF YOU LIKE. jonboy@lsol.net WHAT A GREAT TIME WE HAD ON THAT PIG.
Hyneman, WilliamUSS Tuscaloosa (LST 1187)HMCExecutiveApr 14, 1987 – Jul 10, 1990Cut my teeth as an Independent Duty Corpsman on the USS Tuscaloosa
Hynes, Douglas profile iconUSS Jason (AR 8)IM2R5Jun 1969 – Mar 1972I am looking in the hopes of contacting some of the guys I served with and have multiple questions for some of them. I'd like to talk about some of the events we experienced together.
Hynes, EdUSS Canberra (CAG 2)FTG2FG1961 – 1964Don't regret a single day.
Hynes, J. MichaelUSS Canberra (CAG 2)SNOLSep 1968 – Feb 2, 1970Served on Canberra's last cruise and helped decommission her at Hunter's Point.
Hynes, JoelUSS Juneau (LPD 10)OS31st & OIJan 1, 1977 – Jul 19, 1979Started in 1st Div then transferred to OI Div during West Pac 77. The Big J holds a lot of great memories and friendship. Would enjoy finding some of those old friends. WP 77, Portland Oregon and San Diego. 32nd street pier.Wonder Years!!
Hynes, JohnUSS Robison (DDG 12)SH2/E5SupplyOct 30, 1977 – Jul 15, 1981Hello R. Hoover & B. Brennan! Portland Rose Festival - South PAC '78 - West PAC '79 - West PAC '80 (& 2 mos in Hawaii). Remember the scribblings "FTN"&"# DTG" all over the bulkheads? Tough experience, but bu

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