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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Yendell, DaveUSS Ranger (CV 61)ABE-2V2 Bow CatapultsDec 13, 1968 – Sep 6, 1971It would be great to reconnect with any of the old crew from the Leper Colony.
Yohai, SteveUSS America (CV 66)ABE-2V2Jan 15, 1977 – Aug 1, 1980I worked on CAT 1 for 1 year, and then on the the Arresting Gear
Young, GeneUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)ABE-3V2 A/GMar 1963 – Jun 18, 1966It's been 47 years. hard to even think that far back. YOGI re member the nights at Dicks drive-in andc that old Chevy I bought from you.
Young, ScottUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)ABE2V-21978 – 1982Still my all time favorite command. Had some of the best years of my life on Big John. Currently still working DoD ALRE/SME Mayport Fl.
Youngs, DavidUSS Constellation (CV 64)ABE2V2Jan 27, 1973 – May 16, 1976 Waist Catapults 3 & 4
Yaklin, DuaneUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)ABE3V-2Sep 1992 – Jun 15, 1996
Yemma, TonyUSS Lexington (CV 16)ABE3v2Nov 20, 1980 – Aug 18, 1984hello to my v2 catapult buddys any body heard from maddog, miller kafalas
Young, RonnieUSS Saratoga (CV 60)Abe3v-2 D/CAug 1988 – Sep 1991lookin to connect with some who served aboard the sara especially in the V-2 D/C shop
Young, LennyUSS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)ABF-3V-4 GRAPESNov 1983 – Jun 1, 1987Some of the best friends and best times I will ever have are from the IWO, still talk to Dana Stogner . What happened to Jeff Estill, Dean Gilson and Paul Jackson, just to name a few.
Young, LennyUSS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)ABF-3avaition fuelsNov 10, 1983 – Jun 1, 1987some of my best memories and happiest days were while I served in the Navy, I was sad the day I heard the USS IWO JIMA was decommissioned.
Yoder, MatthewUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)ABF/E-4V-4Oct 1997 – Jun 2001
Yerkes, DaveUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)ABF2V-4 Below DecksSep 15, 1981 – May 17, 1985 One of the best times of my life.Gunn,Rightmyer,the house on GeorgeTown during the 1984-1985 dry dock in Portsmith.Very proud to have served on BIG JOHN David Vena R.I.P.Shipmate
Young, TedUSS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)ABF2V-4Jan 1, 1971 – Aug 28, 1973The ship's transition / transfer from San Diego to Norfolk with all the families and personal cars and belongings on board was really something. It looked like a cruise ship except there were cars on the flight deck instead of helicopters.
Yarbrough, RussellUSS America (CVA 66)ABF3V4Feb 4, 1974 – 1975I hope to hear from some of the guys that was on ship with me.
Young, Malvin "Bama"USS Iwo Jima (LPH 2)ABF3V4Nov 1976 – Sep 0008The guys I served with are some of the best friends I ever had. Wish I could see them all again.
Young, RyanUSS Nimitz (CVN 68)ABF3V-4Nov 1994 – Apr 1998
Young, DavidUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)ABFANV-4Aug 5, 1984 – Aug 21, 1989I enjoyed my tour onboard the HAWK and learned allot from the many superb sailors I worked with.
Young, PhillipUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)ABH-3V-0, V-1 & V-4May 16, 1981 – Dec 12, 1983I was young and didn't understand many things but, the flight deck got my very best. Thank you all especially Boatswain Hartman!!!
Yarboro, CliffUSS Constellation (CV 64)ABH2V1Aug 1968 – Mar 1970Yellowshirt and later FLY1 PO,would like to hear from my old friends
Yates, MarkUSS Constellation (CV 64)ABH2AIR/V-1Oct 2002 – Jun 2003
York, RichUSS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)ABH2V1Mar 27, 1995 – Feb 12, 1998
Young, MarkUSS Guadalcanal (LPH 7)ABH2Flight DeckJun 1974 – Jan 7, 1975
Yilma, DanielUSS Constellation (CV 64)ABH2(E-5V-3Sep 18, 1998 – Jul 14, 2003what a great time......
Yanos, MichaelUSS Independence (CV 62)ABH3V-31989 – 1992I had a great time on the INDY. I worked with a lot of great people in the hangerbay and in the maintenance department.
Yates, MarkUSS Boxer (LHD 4)ABH3V-1Aug 1994 – Jun 1999Plankowner, Aircraft director, and Crash & Salvage
Young, Bill "Chill"USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)ABH3V-1 Crash and SalvageNov 1, 1987 – Jul 1989Time of your life that changes you forever. Seen many places met many faces. God what I wouldnt give to do it over and better.
Young, DougUSS Nassau (LHA 4)ABH3V-1Jan 12, 1988 – Oct 1, 1991Miss the good old days in V-1. Getting older and thinking more about it. That damn ship was always underway. Old friends Todd Hamor, Jeff Granato, Chief Byrd(bass fishing buddy),Scott Benson, Jerry Erickson, Pat Marsh, DJ Winfrey, Stricklan
Young, JimUSS Saratoga (CV 60)ABH3V-1Jun 1992 – Aug 1994
Youngblood, ChristopherUSS Austin (LPD 4)ABH3AirJan 5, 1974 – Jul 10, 1976I was assigned to the flight deck group. I have a lot of great memories, good and bad of my time aboard ship. I have offen spoken fondly of my time aboard the Austin.
Yniguez, AnthonyUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)ABH3 (AW)V-1/AirNov 21, 2001 – Jul 7, 2005Crash & Salvage Asst Leading Petty Officer
Yoder, FrancisUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)ABHANV-11989 –
York, LarryUSS Saratoga (CV 60)ABHANV-3 V-1Feb 1977 – Aug 29, 1979Looking back<had a great time. Med cruises seemed to last forever. Had a blast partying in Naples and Palma. I often reflect back and miss those days. Loved the rumble w/ A Div and doing wheelies on my towmotor
Young, KyleUSS Peleliu (LHA 5)abhanv-1Jan 1987 – Jun 12, 1988blue shirt
Yurek, ScottUSS Nassau (LHA 4)ABHANV-1Nov 14, 2007 – Mar 25, 2011
Young, RickyUSS America (CVA 66)abhan/e-3air dept v-3Jun 21, 1988 – Jun 30, 1990great ship,greater crew v-3 rules
Yeago, JoeUSS Lake Champlain (CV 39)ABM3Flight Deck1944 – 1946Plank Owner, Served as Skippers Driver,Good Deal. Had charge of eight tractors and 4 Jeeps, used to spot aircraft. Had great offficers aboard. Would love to hear from some of the crew (flight deck) or anyone else that remembers me,
Yancey, RickUSS America (CV 66)AD3VA-195 DAMBUSTERSOct 14, 1979 – Oct 21, 1981Was with VA-195 approximately two years. did the ditch cruise during the Iran hostage crisis. Experienced several events while on cruise. Passed through Suez canal first conventional carrier to do so (that wa
Yang, SeunUSS Ranger (CV 61)AD3IM-41990 – 1993
Young, MikeUSNS Shasta (T-AE 33)AD3Feb 2008 – Jul 2008
Young, PaulUSS Nashville (LPD 13)ADJ3AirDec 1974 – Aug 1976Remember Tilley with the Pink Panther painted on it. Med. Cruse 75 and the North Atlantic in 76. All the trips south to the caribben. The Bicentinal in New York and Pres. Ford on board.

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