Years On Board From/To: 1
Division Family member
Address: 4909 11th st
My father Donald F Johnson was stationed aboard the Ticonderoga. That was his last duty ship. He went ashore in 1971 and passed away in 1972. If anyone remembers him I would like to hear from you. He was a Chief Petty Officer if that helps.
Years On Board From/To: 1993 to 1996
Division X Division HR
Rate/Rank Senior Chief Petty Officer
Address: 722 NW 36th Avenue
City: Cape Coral
Hello fellow shipmates. I served on the Tico from 1993 to 1996.
Years On Board From/To: 1965-1968
Division Operations/Air Ops
Address: 75 Shoemaker Road
Hello again all you "Tico Tigers"
Enjoyed surfing the site reading many of the posts from other shipmates, some I was stationed with and of course many from other times aboard the Great "Lady"
USS Ticonderoga CVA-14 one great warship. I'm amazed at all the carriers named after presidents and big shots. . .people who know how to get us into war and have no clue how to get us out. Oh how times have changed. None the less we live in a great country and I've posted this before if I were to join the Navy again I'd serve aboard a carrier anytime.
Years On Board From/To: n/a
Rate/Rank rm1 ret
Address: 12 hillside dr
City: gales ferry
did not serve aboard the tico di serve aboard the intrepid...reason for me writing obituary appeared local news paper the hartford ct courant a one carl h kozlowski age 92 paased away mar 1 2018 goes on to say served aboard during world war two as a seaman first class does not give dates.....one can express sympathy to the family visit http://www.newbritainsagarino.com....myself retired 1979 remember ur ship when stationed nas cubi point pi old essex carriers ......
Years On Board From/To: 1965/1967
Address: 104 Meehan Cir.
City: West Bend
Many fond memories of my shipmates. Sleeping quarters in the Forward Emergency Diesel Compartment. What a way to sleep when it was lite off. Liberty in Japan. Late night card games when sailing back to the USA. Great memories.
Years On Board From/To: 1964-66
Address: 945 S. 5 Th St., Apt 607
I was assigned to G Division and Flight Deck Blue Shirt Crew best Rate in the Navy E-3 with a Hash Mark !
Years On Board From/To: 1950s or 1960s
Address: P.O. Box 405
My Father was Edwin Martin Oyarzo Jr. and served on the Ticonderoga in the 50s or 60s. I would sure love to know if anyone here knew him and could tell me about him. Pictures would be great. My father passed away in 1973
Years On Board From/To: 1966/1967
Address: 3824 Melrose Trail
Did two cruises on the "TerribleTi" to Tonkin Gulf, Vietnam withVA-52, beginning in 1966 and ending in 1967. Worked on the flight deck as Plane Captain on our A-1 Skyraiders. I was at Sturgis, S.D. Motorcycle rally this past summer and met a green shirt who was on the flight deck near me during night operations when a hung bomb broke loose from a landing Skyraider, and came bouncing down the flight deck, scaring the hell out of us. And to the gentleman in the previous post in VF-191, I remember that squadron...... Hud'n Hud'n!
Years On Board From/To: 1968
Division Squadron VF-191
Address: 2817 Kimmon Way
City: Wake Forest
State: North Carolina
I was on the TICO when the North Koreans captured the USS Pueblo. We steamed full speed all night to get up to North Korea. It was really cold in the sea of Japan.
Years On Board From/To: 1945-1946
Rate/Rank GM 3
Address: 708 N. Elmhurst Rd.
City: Prospect Heights
Is anyone still around from the 3rd. or 4th division (20 mm)?
Years On Board From/To: 1981-1884
Division Engineering Auxiliary AE04
Address: 3300 4th Avenue, Cottage 2
I am curious if my diagrams, of the chilled water system, were used on future boats? I submitted hundreds of SNAPS II Warrantee Guarantee Reports for the Rico and used for the Yorktown... Hope they served you all well. Salute!
Years On Board From/To: 1966-1967
Address: 752 Orleans Dr.
City: Corpus Christi
Although I did not know him personally, one of my most significant memories of that cruise was of the day that we lost LCDR Estocin during the last combat day (26 April 1967) of our last line period of the entire cruise. Not that all KIA/MIA pilots don't deserve recognition, to be honored and remembered, but his loss coming on the last combat day of that cruise...heavy. If there's any consolation, he was awarded the MOH for his actions on that day and on 20 April. God bless, God speed and honor to all lost and missing.
Years On Board From/To: 57-58
Division Fire Squadron 91
Rate/Rank Airman apprentice
Address: 2502 Monkey Road
I was 20 years old when I was there
Years On Board From/To: 1967 - 1969
Address: 24 Maple Ridge St.
I have always been proud to have been a part of the Tico. I reenlisted on board in the Tonkin Gulf. I was 21 years old.
Years On Board From/To: -
Address: 1439 Jefferson Ave
My grandfather, Roger Morse, was on this ship. I recently came upon this information. He lived in Indiana, but was stationed in Virginia. I remember his stories when I was younger. He taught me my first words (my mother was NOT HAPPY). He passed away April 11, 1998 of a massive heart attack. I was 6 months pregnant with my first child. My children never got the chance to meet him. My heart still breaks every day. I’m hoping someone here will remember him. I’d like to know more about his time in the Navy.
Years On Board From/To: 3 91/94
Address: 10783 Standish Place
Best people I ever had the pleasure of being around, was on the Tico. I try to stay in touch with who I can, for all those I was on Facebook with I'm not on there anymore, go to Instagram. I still consider them my brothers for the rest of my life always will, unless they try to take my dog!
Years On Board From/To: 1965 To 1967
Address: PO Box 26644
The TICO was my first duty station after boot-camp. It was quite an experience coming from South Carolina to California. It didn't take long to have a new family of brothers on board the TICO. My best friend was the boxing champ on board the TICO, his name was Wilbur Adams. I will never forget when we had the family members on board the ship for a cruise, quite an experience. I was assigned to the Repair division's welding and sheet metal shop and the one job I remember most was to reconstruct the Chapel. Little did I know then that I would become a Pastor later in life. After leaving the Navy I continued to work as a Weldor until I retired.
Years On Board From/To: 1965-1968
Address: 12 N. Mars Dr.
Take a look at the USS Ticonderoga Facebook page. You can get answers over there. Good page.
Years On Board From/To: 1969-1970
Division G division...and 5 th division
Address: 25 eastonway
Looking for shipmates who served under Lieutenant Simpson
Years On Board From/To: May 64/Jun65
Home#: 228 475 3841
Address: 3318 Rver Road
City: Moss Point
Was onboard during USS MADOXX/USS TURNER JOY activities. VF-53 lost LT T.B. Fallon on a cold Cat Shot as Tico sailed past. Ejection seat failure? First experience watching a fellow shipmate and division office buried at sea.
We also lost our CS1 (?) during flight ops and the COD was parked in the Heavy's spot. He walked into the prop and instantly killed. His shipmate was unaware of this and found him in the Mess Deck chill box! Sad.
Later in life VF-53 held a reunion in Las Vegas where I reunited with shipmates and PN2 Herald Dolin, Mr Used Car! Not long after Herald passed away.
I met my division Chief, PNC Goo during one of my forays to Hawaii on Uncle's dime. He too has passed.
Fond memories of sleeping on forward cat's where it was a bit cooler during the uptempo ops. Was expertly indoctrinated to Yokosuka by the squadron GM's and marveled at the tempo and pace of war.
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