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Vellucci, Anthony (Tony)USS Elmer Montgomery (FF 1082)LTJGOct 1978 – Oct 1981Came onboard just after a 78 Northern Wedding cruise and made two cruises - one in Apr 79 to what was then COMIDEASTFOR, and a Med cruise in 80/81. Lots of time at Andros Island. Enjoyed my time onboard - especially port visits to Spain.
Volgraf, MichaelUSS Elmer Montgomery (FF 1082)MSCS-2 Supply1993 – 1993
Vegter, HenryUSS Cook (FF 1083)SK2Supply S-1Jul 1, 1987 – Jul 1, 1990If you remeber me drop me an e-mail! Come to my retirement up at Camp Pendleton 27 Jan 06! V/r SKCM Vegter
Vigo, JosephUSS Cook (FF 1083)OSCOI1973 – 1975
Von Teck, NicholasUSS Cook (FF 1083)OS1OISep 1981 – Apr 30, 1992Have almost complete set of cruise books (except 1990) for COOK from Commissioning to de-comm & other memoribilia including "The Buck."
Valdez, Domingo JuniorUSS McCandless (FF 1084)OS3oiFeb 1990 – Aug 1993my first and only ship too many memories too list i went thru 3 commanding officers 1 collsion getting towed in the middle of the carribean tu roosevelt rhodes i was on board for the 1991 med cruise i was there when the first weman were let
Van Horn Sr., Henry R.USS McCandless (FF 1084)SA1 st,Sep 1972 – Oct 1973Enjoyed the time I was there and made alot of new friends.
Varner, JimmyUSS McCandless (FF 1084)MSSNsupplyMar 24, 1981 – Jun 27, 1983I would like to hear from shipmates ,who went on 82 med cruise and was in the Brooklyn navy yard for the 100 anniversay Brooklyn Bridge celibration. I was one of your cooks. I have found some of our mates on I work for the V.A. In AZ.
Vining, DanUSS McCandless (FF 1084)EW1OI1982 – 1987
Van Der Burg, JanUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)LTJG RNLNEMO first, then NavigatorJan 11, 1981 – Dec 15, 1981I joined the ship through the personnel exchange programme between the US and Dutch Navy. Great time on board and ashore. Prolongation of GITMO training due to s/b OPS near Honduras was tough. MED Cruise was super.
Vanamerongen, DuaneUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)bmsa1st the paint chippersJan 1982 – Aug 1, 1985well did not have an easy time...made E4 twice and left as an E2...made many friends but lost touch with ALL of them. Glad i finally found this site
Vandermay, John Oregon TrollUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)EN3Mar 1984 – 1988
Vanderstar, MatthewUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)STGSNASOct 19, 1986 – 1988I had great times and learned a lot on the DBB.
Vaughn, KevinUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)GMM1ASNov 26, 1989 – Apr 13, 1993I worked with a great bunch of individuals that really knew how to do their job!
Veihl, GarrettUSS Donald B. Beary (FF 1085)MS!Food ServiceAug 24, 1978 – Sep 13, 1980A good two years of sailing and enjoying the sea. Checked aboard to find a great bunch sailors onboard. Some of the best Chiefs I ever served with. Left early, father was ill. Three months later I came back into Navy
Velasquez, Cecilio profile iconUSS Brewton (FF 1086)SK3SupplyJun 1976 – May 1979Just wanna say hello to Runt, Jungle face, Duck, Nilo, Jimbo, Jose, HTCM Cadena, DKC Zepeda, and all the rest of the boys off "The Bubba Bee"!
Verhage, Wendell profile iconUSS Brewton (FF 1086)ETRSNOperationsApr 1972 – Oct 1973Plank owner
Voegele, JamesUSS Brewton (FF 1086)BT2THE PITJun 24, 1984 – Jun 24, 1989
Voelker, GlenUSS Brewton (FF 1086)RM 3Feb 14, 1977 – Aug 27, 1980
Voelker, GlenUSS Brewton (FF 1086)RM 3OperationsFeb 14, 1977 – Aug 27, 1980
Voelker, GlenUSS Brewton (FF 1086)RM 3OperationsFeb 14, 1977 – Aug 27, 1980
Voelker, GlenUSS Brewton (FF 1086)RM3OperationsFeb 14, 1977 – Aug 27, 1980
Voelker, GlenUSS Brewton (FF 1086)RM3OperationsFeb 10, 1977 – Aug 26, 1980
Vroom, JeffUSS Brewton (FF 1086)FC1weapons1983 – 1987
Van Ek, JimUSS Kirk (FF 1087)FTG32ndDec 1976 – Feb 1980Best four years of my life.
Vanfossen, LarryUSS Kirk (FF 1087)BM3DECKSep 13, 1980 – 19832 WEST PACS AND DRYDOCK
Vicencio, Roberto "Jojo"USS Kirk (FF 1087)EMCE/Eng'gOct 1988 – Nov 29, 1990
Vicencio, Roberto "Jojo"USS Kirk (FF 1087)EMCEOct 25, 1988 – Nov 30, 1990This is what small boy Navy is all about.
Vary, BenUSS Barbey (FF 1088)EMFNelectricalOct 15, 1981 – Sep 25, 1982hello to brian, nestor, jim. e-mail me at barbey barbarians rule the waves. how about gar does he still have the key to the degausing room
Vierling, TimUSS Miller (FF 1091)HT1(SW)May 9, 1987 – May 17, 1991I have to admit the Miller was the best ship that I was ever on. It sure was some hard times. But no crew could do more with less like we did.
Vazquez, AlUSS Thomas C. Hart (FF 1092)IC-2ND CLASS PETTY OFFICEREngineeringJun 10, 1974 – Jun 28, 1976Had a great experience ON THE HART! We had diversity before it became politically correct!! Gary Hiltner was my best friend. We did well in our basketball and football leagues. Officers were ok, but the XO was the best. Doing great in Ct.
Voight, Leroy/kiwwieUSS Thomas C. Hart (FF 1092)E3damage controlOct 23, 1979 – Sep 20, 1983loved and miss all my friends and often wish i was back on bord
Voight, Leroy KewiUSS Thomas C. Hart (FF 1092)FRM E-3damage controlNov 11, 1980 – Nov 10, 1983I was a HT i was part of fire party 1. and a welder and the helo crash and rescue detail and a shellback and sounding and security.
Valenta, AndyUSS Capodanno (FF 1093)EN3A-Gang1989 – 1993
Van Alstine, NelsonUSS Capodanno (FF 1093)BM3 E41St1977 – 1980
Vanallen, Todd (Eddie)USS Capodanno (FF 1093)DC2Repair1987 – 1990First Ship, Best division, greatest time of my life, worked hard partied harder.
Voorhes, KeithUSS Capodanno (FF 1093)OS 1OIJul 6, 1978 – Jul 6, 1983
Vierheller II, Frederick G./ TinyUSS Pharris (FF 1094)RM3OCSep 1976 – Sep 1979 My first cruise was the mideast (not that nice), then the nato cruise lots of fun and all the short in and out quick trips. Does running aground count for hazardous duty pay?
Vingua, Thomas (Vinny)USS Pharris (FF 1094)E2 TO E41st & 3rdJul 20, 1976 – Apr 6, 1979Some of the best times of my life, Good Shipmates, great places, plenty of adventures, and learned alot, Thanks Bm1, my reget, why didn't I stay in...I was to young and foolish to understand at that time. Now I'm freezing my ass in Chicag

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