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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Quick, RebekahSeahorses (HS 1)ANsquadronJun 1984 – Mar 1986I am looking for Mary Avery, Terry Cremeans, Kevin Henry, Tanya Reinhart, Debbie Guerrero, Dennis Register, David Abell, Tony Abrego. HS-1 Line, 1st Lieutenant and the Tool Room!
Quintrall, WalterUSS Independence (CV 62)ANS-5/V-1Jun 1995 – Feb 1998
Quick, ChaunceyUSS Forrestal (CV 59)AN/E-3AIMDNov 15, 1982 – Dec 1, 1984
Quinn (Now Sletten), JamesUSS Ortolan (ASR 22)AN/SN/HMSN/HM3Deck Dept./ Medical Dept.Oct 1975 – Jun 1978
Queen, ClaudeUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)AO 2GSep 1, 1971 – Dec 10, 1973Fwd Bomb Assembly , on board at end of Viet conflict
Quatman, William (B.j.)USS Kearsarge (LHD 3)AO 3COSep 2, 1992 – Aug 2, 1996
Qualkenbush, QuackUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)AO2GFeb 1970 – Nov 1972worked in aft bomb assembly. Had a great time! Long hours, but alot of good friends and crazy times in Olongapo City. Anyone remember?
Queen, Claude profile iconUSS Enterprise (CVAN 65)AO2GSep 1, 1970 – Dec 13, 1973
Quinn, KevinUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)AO2G-4Feb 10, 1989 – Jan 26, 1991Plankowner, Golden Shellback , Homeport Change to Alameda
Queen, TobyUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)AO3Weapons/Flight DeckMar 1988 – 1992Had some of the best times of my life.Plankowner/shellback. Was onboard around the horn,maiden cruise,and gulf deployment.
Quezada, Rolando / "Rolo"USS Enterprise (CVN 65)AO3WeponsDec 1985 – Apr 1988During my time I worked in G-3,G-4,&G-2 Div. I got to meet alot of great guys, and seen the World. I have no regrets, and would do it over again ( crazy huh?)...well I could have done without the wepons off- loads & on-loads.
Quint, AngelUSS San Antonio (LPD 17)AS3 E-42004 – Jan 7, 2007
Quattrociocche, NickUSS Enterprise (CVAN 65)ASH2GSE - ASH2Jan 1980 – Jan 1984I was a reservist attached to the E. Done our drills on board when in port at Alameda and ACDUTRA wherever the ship was at the time.
Quidort, GaryArgonauts (VA 147)AT2squadronApr 10, 1983 – Jun 10, 1986
Quittner, IanUSS Ranger (CV 61)AT2AIMD WC 6421978 – 1981
Quittner, IanStingers (VA 113)AT2squadronSep 10, 1976 – Jul 28, 1981Looking for my old shipmates in VA-113 and aboard the USS Ranger
Quinn, ChristinaDusty Dogs (HS 7)AZ2V-2 and AIMDFeb 12, 2003 – Apr 1, 2007
Quinn, Charles"chip"USS Samuel Gompers (AD 37)BM-32ND /RD RIGGERSOct 16, 1986 – Jul 23, 1990I WENT ON 3 WES PACSAND HAD SOME OF THE BEST TIMES OFMY LIFE ABOARD THE SAMMY G.IWOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONEWHO REMEMBERS ME.WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROMBM3CENE,GM3KELLY,EM3LINDA JASSO.ANYONEINPHILA.AREA
Quayle, John / BoatsUSS Reclaimer (ARS 42)BM2Dec 1983 – Nov 1988What can I say? Nothing but good times and good people. Sure do miss her and the crew I served with.
Quick, RichardUSS Pyro (AE 24)BM2FirstSep 1972 – Jan 1976I remember the good old days. Partying on the beach with Rhino, Dup, Smitty. Have some fun in the berthing compartment with hambone. Good times. Would like to hear from you e-mail me at kwik52@sbcglobal.net.
Quinola, LodyUSS Fife (DD 991)BM2ODNov 29, 1999 – Feb 20, 2003
Quinola, Lody J.USS Fife (DD 991)BM2ODNov 29, 1999 – Feb 20, 2003what else to say, "GO FIFE" probably the best ship ever. hope you guys stay safe and have fun at the same time. good luck! oh yeah my current duty station sucks ass!
Quintero, JoaquinUSS Clark (FFG 11)BM2DECKNov 1994 – Jul 1996BALTOPS was the best depoyment I ever had. Just finished deployment with NAVELSG OIF/OEF 07/08 as a customs agent. Redeploying with the SEABEES this January to IRAQ. CMDR Cuppet , CMDR Jone, and BMC Seskey inspired me to stay in. Thanks.
Quintero, JoaquinKeokuk (YTB 771)BM2DECKOct 1992 – Oct 1994Great tour. Would go back any time.
Quinton, Doug-boatsUSS Coronado (AGF 11)bm21ST DECK1986 – 1989HAD A LOT OF GOOD TIMES
Quiter, LloydUSS Oriskany (CV 34)BM21stMar 1968 – Oct 1971Going down to watch the Mighty "O" say good-bye. Any other BM out there attending? I've been searching all the Oriskany sites for buddies but not many found.
Quiter, LloydUSS Oriskany (CVA 34)BM21st Div.1968 – 1971I was on location and watched her go down. It was tough to watch but I'm glad I was there.
Quan, LocUSS Lassen (DDG 82)BM2/E-5OD01Aug 1, 2000 – Jan 1, 2004
Quarterone, PeterUSS Guam (LPH 9)BM3Sep 1973 – Sep 1976
Quinones, AlexUSS Seattle (AOE 3)BM32Aug 1986 – Mar 1987
Quirk, JackUSS Warrington (DD 843)BM31STAug 28, 1962 – Aug 28, 1964Came aboard in Newport,RI,right after fram. I was aboard with Bill Cassol,Pat Scollins,Bobby Hummel,John Whitehead and Frank Weller. these are the names I remember.Went on search for the Thresher,Cuban blockade, Miss it
Quirk, PeteUSS Juneau (LPD 10)BM32NDApr 1976 – Sep 1979HAD A GREAT TIME ON THE JUNEAU , Anyone from 2nd Div during this period contact me .
Quirk, PeteUSS Juneau (LPD 10)BM32ndApr 1976 – Sep 1979Had a great time on the juneau any one from 2nd div. contact me @ Quirk@cox.net,
Quiroz, OrlandoUSS Robert E. Peary (FF 1073)BM3FirstAug 21, 1981 – Aug 21, 1985We grew up together on board the The Robbert E. Peary. Jim Small, Dale Klamen, Tony Walker, Mark White, Joe Fontaine, Bubba, Page, Powell, Glenkoswki, Dan Desmond, Archuleta, Jack Kenny, Gagliard, so many others. say hi
Quisenberry, William (Quis)USS Boone (FFG 28)BM31stMar 1989 – Aug 1992It's been 13 year's since I got out.I think about alot of the guys.Ben Hicks,Dave Moore,Brian Fogel.Looking back it was a great time in my life.
Quist, CarlUSS Hartley (DE 1029)BM31st1970 – 1972
Quinones, David "q"USS Valley Forge (CG 50)BM3 (SW)DECK ROW OD01Jan 1, 2004 – Aug 23, 2004MY TIME ON THE BOAT WAS SHORT BUT I MADE SOME GOOD FRIENDS , THAT CREW WAS FULL OF SOME FUNNY CHARACTERS..
Quinones, David "q"USS Fletcher (DD 992)BM3 (SW)OD01 DECK ROWJun 26, 2003 – Dec 23, 2003GOOD TIMES , PART OF THE SEA SWAP OLY CREW. HORRIBLE DEPLOYMENT.
Quinones, David "q"USS Oldendorf (DD 972)BM3(SW)DECK ROW OD01Jan 1, 2002 – Jun 23, 2003MY FIRST SHIP , SO MANY MEMORIES OF DECK ROW,GOOD TIMES FUNNY PEOPLE A WHOLE LOTTA DRINKING. IM STILL DUSTING BEERS WITH MY OLY MUG..
Quevedo, Chief QUSS Platte (AO 186)BMCRaseMar 15, 1986 – Dec 15, 1990

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