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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Eyler, ElizabethUSS Curtis Wilbur (DDG 54)SKSNSupply1996 – 1997What can I say? It was an experience. Served with a great group of sailors.
Eyler, Email USS Oxford (AGTR 1)LCDRUnkJun 1, 1963 – Jun 1, 1965I am writing this for my father, Emil "Buzz" M. Eyler who was the XO of the Oxford, 1963 to 1965. Dad passed away 19 May 2018 (94 1/2) Fort Lauderdale, FL. Dad graduated the Academy and was a UDT/DSEAL and loved the Navy
Eyler, EricTactical Air Control Squadron 11 (VTC 11)AC1Our ownMar 1983 – Mar 19862nd tour 1990-1994
Eyler, FredUSS Olympia (SSN 717)MSSNFood ServiceJan 3, 1984 – Oct 18, 1986This is where it started. My first ship it amazing that its been over 25 years.
Eyler, KeithUSS Nathan Hale (SSBN 623)ET2(SS)RCDec 1980 – Dec 1983God bless BUC, Dummy, Owenman, Chris Guy, Maynard, Beaker, Shapro, Keith Sauls, and THE best CO the US Navy ever saw: Colin R. Lindell. Glad I found the "controlled leak" on my first run, and glad I went home.
Eyler, StevenUSS Missouri (BB 63)E-4Fourth DivisionOct 15, 1989 – Mar 15, 1992Amazing ship. Had a blast serving onboard her, painting and repainting the ship. But the most remembering thing I had the pleasure of doing is holy stoning the teak wood decks before entering ports.
Eyre, Randy profile iconUSS Pogy (SSN 647)ET2 (SS)Reactor Control1974 – 1976Drawing Social Security in Fort Worth, Texas.
Eyre, Randy profile iconUSS Robert E. Lee (SSBN 601)ET2 (SS)Reactor Control1977 – 1979Drawing Social Security in Fort Worth Texas.
Eyre, Randy profile iconUSS Ohio (SSBN 726)ET1 (SS)Reactor Control1982 – 1984Drawing Social Security in Fort Worth Texas.
Eyre, RickUSS Bronstein (FF 1037)ETR2OC1973 – 1976Vietnam War. We were off the coast when Saigon fell and joined up for the pictures of all the ships in the gulf at the time. It was shortly before (1975) we took over from Truxton as Flagship for NGFSS
Eyrich, JeffNaval Air Station AlamedaE-311981 – 1983
Eystad, Gerald JackUSS Schenectady (LST 1185)SM3ocOct 25, 1978 – Jun 6, 1982holy crap... somebody e-mail me
Eyster, DonaldUSS Bluefish (SSN 675)IC3ICJun 1, 1991 – Feb 10, 1995I had a great time aboard the boat met some great guys that I am still in contact with and I will never forget duct tape!!
Eyster, Pamela (Bunni)San Francisco (Hunters Point) Naval ShipyardDP2ComputerOct 15, 1976 – Sep 1, 1981
Eyzaguirre, JoelUSS Emory S. Land (AS 39)E-5R-5Aug 27, 1999 – Aug 15, 2003
Ezell, Allen (Easy)USS Higbee (DD 806)SMSNOperations OC)Mar 1971 – 1973Some of the best times in my life were spent with the guys of the Higbee..Well wishes to you all where ever you are
Ezell, ChrisUSS Moinester (FF 1097)HT1R1991 –I remember the constant main space fire drills and volunteering to stand throttle watches underway.
Ezell, Danny/sleezUSS Tuscaloosa (LST 1187)MS3S2Apr 1975 – Jan 1979
Ezell, Donald "gee"USS Hoel (DDG 13)SM2ops1972 – 1973I served on Hoel during the 1972 WESPAC cruise. I have several memories from that time but the one that sticks out the most was being with the Goldsbourgh when she was hit by shore artillary.
Ezell, JeffUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)EW-4OZAug 11, 1982 – Aug 14, 1984My one and only WESTPAC. It was a great ship and crew.
Ezell, JeffUSS New Jersey (BB 62)MS2Supply / S-2Feb 1, 1988 – 1991What a great ship. Great duty!
Ezell, JeffUSS John A. Moore (FFG 19)MS2S-21991 – 1992Enjoyed my time on here. Met many great guys!
Ezell, KenUSS Proteus (AS 19)LCDRDental Corps1943 – 1945Submitted by his children. Our father passed away in 1995. He was very proud of his service on the Proteus.
Ezell, Virgil Okie EzellUSS Oriskany (CVA 34)E4/ADJ3V6Oct 28, 1966 – Aug 1967Boarded after the 66 fire, went back to states for repairs. Assigned to ships mail plane at Alameda while Oriskany was being rebuilt at Hunters Point. We sailed for Vietnam I transferred to V6 Div. Ground support Equip.
Ezernack, Evan Aka Eazy EUSS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)SH 3Supply S-3Sep 10, 1988 – Apr 10, 1992Original first 500 crew members. Plankowner and one of first ships store operator
Ezop, Jeffrey FUSS Semmes (DDG 18)EM3engeneeringOct 1990 – 1991was stationed on her until it was decomissioned had some great memories and friends. (DARE TO EXCEL)
Ezop, Jeffrey FUSS Ponce (LPD 15)EM3engeneering1991 – Mar 1994
Ezovski, Richard SkiUSS Essex (CV 9)ABE2V-2Jan 1, 1965 – Apr 1968Spent all my active duty time aboard Essex after A-School in Philly. When I left in Malta in 1968 I was the Port Catapult Captain. Made some great cruises and met some of the best shipmates.
Ezzell, KennyUSS Inchon (LPH 12)MA1SecurityFeb 21, 1991 – Sep 4, 1994Assigned to the Inchon for approximately 4 yrs, and served with a top notch crew. We saw several places around the world, and represented our country with pride. The memories of this time in my life will never be forgotten. Retired in VA
Ezzell, RandyUSS Long Beach (CGN 9)MM2M2Nov 1979 – Jun 1981Pleasure cruise 80,
Ezzell, RandyUSS Bainbridge (CGN 25)MM!M11982 – 1985good times, bad times I will never forget
Ezzell, RandyUSS Enterprise (CVN 65)MMCM-3Dec 1987 – 1989
Ezzell, StephenUSS Leftwich (DD 984)LCDRChief EngineerAug 1979 – Feb 1982Plankowner, first CHENG. My memories are of a very fine ship and crew. Hard to believe she is gone now.
Ezzell, SteveUSS Racine (LST 1191)ENSIGNRSep 1972 – Jun 1975My first ship. Two WestPAC deployments. Crossed equator. Three COs. Started out as Electrical Division, ended up as DCA.
Ezzell, ThomasUSS Robison (DDG 12)GMM3FOXMar 1963 – Aug 1966Enjoyed the WesPac cruises, yards in San Pedro, the typhoon, and BBQ on the fantail,and 'The Girl form Ipanema'
Ezzell, TomUSS Kamehameha (SSBN 642)QMJan 1976 – Dec 1979

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