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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Vredeveld, David (Dutch)USS John Adams (SSBN 620)MM1 (SS)Aux1971 – 1976Started on Gold crew, went through overhaul Portsmouth NH, Changed to Blue crew, shakedown in Bahamas
Vreeland, Bill USS John F. Kennedy (CVA 67)RM3Communications1982 – 1985
Vreeland, Bill (Freebird)USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)RM3CRAug 1982 – Jul 1985Love the JFK. I worked TAD with CCG-6 during 1984 Med Cruise. Spent alot of time in Portsmouth Drydock. Had great times and met some great people.
Vreeland, Jeff Aka "Squeak"USS Wabash (AOR 5)SH3S-3Jan 1976 – Oct 1979Started out in Deck Force under BM1 Etheridge, changed over to SH. Shout out to SH1 Schrader, SH2 Ewing, Ens. LaBonty and many others whose names escape me! Still working for gov't as GS employee (35 yrs, wow!)
Vreeland, MatthewUSS Boston (CAG 1)SEAMAN 1ST CLASS1stSep 10, 1961 – Oct 18, 1963I was1st Div deck force, a driver as we had 6 of our own vehicles aboard. I drove the recreational wagon. Had 2 Med cruises. The Boston was one of the highlights of my life. I will never forget the Boston. She always made me proud.
Vrieze, GeorgeUSS Independence (CV 62)HT3R DIVIDIONSep 1, 1972 – Sep 30, 1974Great memories. Would love to reconnect with shipmates.
Vrieze, GeorgeUSS Sampson (DDG 10)HT2 / HT1R DIVIDIONDec 1, 1974 – Dec 30, 1976Great memories traveling throughout the Med. So many great port calls. Including visiting the Servicemen Center where I met my wife to be! We married in the summer of 1976. She was from Washington State
Vrieze, GeorgeUSS La Salle (AGF 3)HT1R DIVJan 1, 1977 – Jan 30, 1978Great times and memories. Contact me, I would love to connect either here or as i travel around.
Vrieze, GeorgeNaval Submarine Base BangorHTCENGINEERING DEPT.Jan 10, 1978 – Jan 31, 1980The main Refit and Wharf buildings were barren. It was a great priviledge to be part of the team that designed and set up both the wharf and refit building. Great fun testing all the new equipment!!
Vrieze, GeorgeUSS Dixie (AD 14)HTCR DIVFeb 1, 1980 – Oct 5, 1980Was LPO for Weld/Shipfitter/Carpenter/Sheetmetal shops. Loved being on so many different ships in for repair. Not so in love with Diego Garcia. Made CPO while aboard, Left active duty, then joined Navy Reserves-20 yrs.
Vroenen, GaryUSS Belleau Wood (LHA 3)QMnavAug 6, 2000 – Dec 19, 2001We exchanged the USS Essex LHD-2 for the Belleau Wood in Sasebo the Navy's first hull swap. Proud to have been a part of such a great crew and the live of a historic Ship. Fair winds and following seas!
Vroman, CharlesUSS Kamehameha (SSBN 642)FTB2(SS)FTBJan 1976 – Apr 1978
Vroman, CharlesUSS Will Rogers (SSBN 659)FTB 3FTBOct 1974 – Apr 10, 1975
Vroman, CharlesUSS Hunley (AS 31)FTB 3Fire Control Repair (WF02)Jul 1973 – 1974
Vroman, DaveUSS Brinkley Bass (DD 887)MMFNA-GangNov 1966 – Jul 15, 1968
Vroman, DaveUSS Guam (LPH 9)FAR-GangNov 1965 – Jul 1966Came out of boot camp to R-Gang. Worked with the shipfitters until I went to MM-A School.
Vroom, JeffUSS Brewton (FF 1086)FC1weapons1983 – 1987
Vu, AnhUSS Mustin (DDG 89)E4/CSS2Jan 31, 2010 – Jan 17, 2013The toughest time was served on this boat.
Vu, JosephUSS Mount Vernon (LSD 39)IC3EJan 18, 1989 – Jan 17, 1993No matter where we came from and what we were, we had served on the same ship, learned from each other, worked together, overcome difficulties, and done great works.
Vu, LincolnUSS White Plains (AFS 4)PNSN E-3ADMINISTRATIONSep 9, 1991 – Jan 25, 1993
Vu, LongUSS Belleau Wood (LHA 3)GSM1acu-5May 27, 2004 – Oct 30, 2004
Vu, TuyenUSS John A. Moore (FFG 19)GSM2MJan 1997 – Sep 2000
Vu, TuyenUSS Fitzgerald (DDG 62)GSM2MPOct 2000 – Jun 2001
Vu, VyUSS Sides (FFG 14)LTOct 26, 1998 – Mar 15, 2001The nights spent on watch and the days spent partying. Good ship. Good crew. Good times. CARAT 2000!
Vuchetich, Peter D VuchUSS Worden (CG 18)FTM3/24Jun 1966 – Nov 1969My first ship, first cruise,
Vucich, MichaelUSS Vancouver (LPD 2)BM32nd1965 – 1967Where is Blasi-Shuckler and the rest of the boys? Alive and well in Wa. St.
Vucina, JacobUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)MNFNEA08Sep 7, 2005 –
Vue, Gary "The Thumb"USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)ANV-2May 19, 2003 – May 18, 2007IT'S ALL IN THE THUMB
Vue, Johnny VueUSS Bunker Hill (CG 52)EM3EJan 2002 – Jun 2005I learned a lot, lived a lot, best experience of my life. I learned life's little lessons from some of the best. Everyone taught you something from all walks of life, there was always something new to learn. Anyone know about EM3 Wicker?
Vue, NisanUSS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)EM3E-Div2005 – 2008Great times with the greatest shipmates one could ask for!
Vue, ThorUSS Rushmore (LSD 47)E4/BM3DeckAug 6, 1996 – Jul 1, 1999Looking for old friends on the Rushmore. Feel free to email me if you know who I am. Email: thor.vue@gmail.com
Vugteveen, DanaUSS Ingraham (FFG 61)CDRN/A1991 – 1993Best time of my career with the greatest shipmates
Vuicich, VuUSS Briscoe (DD 977)FTG2Fox1978 – 1982
Vuiller, MichaelUSS Dubuque (LPD 8)MM3THE ONE AND ONLY AFT HOLE SNIPESNov 10, 1979 – Sep 15, 1981HAD a great time on the west-pacs,shellback init,etc... Met alot of great people MM'S BT'S,Hoosier,Bernie,Bon,Bruce,Chuck the list is endless.Really miss the craziness. BILLYBOB,STEVE and myself renting the dirt bikes after the Old Man forebi
Vuiller, MichaelUSS Dubuque (LPD 8)MM3Engin1979 – 1981
Vujanov, NickUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)DC3R and DCMay 1997 – Nov 2001Trying to get into touch with some of my shipmates that served with me. DC3 Wes Barrttlet, AO3 Cory Miashak
Vujovich, RoyUSS Neshoba (APA 216)SEAMAN FIRST CLASSCSep 1944 –Hope to find someone that may have been on the ship with me. My Captain's name was Drury. Can't remember Sweeney.
Vuketich, VincentUSS Milwaukee (AOR 2)BM1(SW)SECOND TO NONEOct 1990 – Sep 1992What a long two years that was. Great times and awesome Deck Dept. Shame all the UNREP ships went to civilians!! Now a BMCS and the lead BM Detailer in Millington.
Vukimhoabinh, Binh profile iconUSS Worden (CG 18)boat boyrescueeApr 22, 1980 – Apr 22, 1980I was 1 of the 44 boat people rescued by the Worden on April 22,1980. This connection needs to be revived in me and in my offsprings. Please help me to locate my sailors. Currently I am in contact with Capt. Carl Nelson.
Vukosa, GARY "VUKE"USS Cushing (DD 985)GM1997 – 2000

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