The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hamner (DD 718). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?
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There are 113 crew members registered for the USS Hamner (DD 718).
|Montalvo, Efrain||E1||1975 – 1976||Deck|
|Standridge, James W./stan Sr.||QMC||1975 – Sep 7, 1976||OPS/N|
|McCartney, Michael (Mac)||MMFN||1975 – 1976||Engineering||Replaced the Osbourn DD-846. I came aboard in dry dock in San Fran. Ship was being refitted. Great crew and still connected with some of the guys!|
|Whiteley, Archie||MM1||Feb 10, 1975 – Feb 20, 1977||M||Spent roughley two years on the USS Hamner DD-718 in forward engine room. Most memorable was going through ref tra and full power run. Had a great time and a great time working with our Chief Engineer, LT. CMDR. Angstead, smooth sailing.|
|Lathrop, Steve||RM2||Jun 5, 1975 – Jun 9, 1978||Communications|
|Bender, Ed||SH3||Jun 11, 1975 – Sep 20, 1978||Boats/Supply||Some of the best times of my life. I really learned about life and responsibility that has made me a much better person today. Portland Oregon was the cream of the crop for a duty station.|
|Edmiston, Mark||HT 1||1976 – 1979||Engineering||I also remember the storm comming back from Hawii! Getting there was just as exciting since we had managed to rupture a seam below the water line. We pulled into Pearl Harbor listing and with shoring in place.|
|Sauer, Clifford||MM2||1976 – 1978||M, A-Gang|
|Miller, Jim||GMG3||1976 – 1978||Wow...it's amazing how fast 30 yrs has gone by. Had a lot of good times on the Hamner. I especially remember the girls from the college at Swan Island dancing on the Quarter Deck in their nighties on the MidWatch.|
|Fowler, Edward||BT2||1976 – 1979||B||Best Command I believe I've been on. Pretty laid back. I helped decommission it.|
|Allen, Steven||RM3||1976 – 1977||Radioshack||Reserve Radioman on the USS Hamner - made trips to Vancouver BC and Hawaii on it. Great ship and it was a privilege to be on her. I left the reserves when they got rid of her. My current "homeport" is Baguio City PI|
|Kantor, David||E-2||Apr 1976 –||R||Was on till the last|
|Caporale, Patrick/cap||RM2||Apr 1, 1976 – Mar 31, 1978||CR||Great duty station. Capt. Whitely was a great CO and the crew was a blast.|
|Philpott, Steven||FT3||Oct 1976 – Mar 1979||Weapons||Had great time on the Hamner. Saw her in Korea in 1986,she was sold to them after decomm.|
|Cotten, Victor||FTG2||Nov 1, 1976 – Sep 30, 1979||Second (2nd) Division||The Grey Ghost of the Oregon Coast ...|
|Broekhuizen, Greg||BT2||1977 – 1979||b||forward foreroom had a great time in portland nice city,|
|Standridge, Charles L./stan||OS1||1977 – 1979||OI||My dad (James W. Standridge/ Stan Sr.) served as a QMC aboard Hamner and retired in Portland, OR at a ceremony held on her main deck 09/07/1976. I attended and joined her crew a little over a year later. I made the Hawaii cruise.|
|Magill, Wayne||BTFN||1977 – 1979||B||Best command I was on, entire crew was like family|
|Costello, Ken (Lou)||ETR2||1977 – 1979||OPS|
|Frey, Rich||FTG2||1977 – 1978||Weapons|
|Husted, R. W.||QM3||Jun 1977 – May 1979||X/N||Started as an ST and converted to QM. Had interesting times transiting the Columbia River.|
|Burris, Rick||QM2||Aug 1977 – Jul 1978||OPS|
|Braziel, Randy||HT 2||Aug 1977 – 1979||Engineering||I remember the hurricane on the return from hawaii.I was the last sounding and security watch at decommissioning. I missed the cerimony but was the last active member to leave the ship.I have an excavation business in Corvallis Oregon.|
|Lucas, Laurence (Larry)||QM2||Nov 1, 1977 – Oct 14, 1978||Operations|
|Kelley, Joseph||OSSN||Apr 15, 1978 – Oct 1, 1979||Operations Intelligence|
|Bentley, Roderic||Bm 2||Jul 1978 – Oct 1979||Deck Department|
|MacNamara, Keith (Mac)||BTFN||Sep 30, 1978 – Oct 1979||B||This was the best duty. Went on to retire as a Chief Boiler Tech.|
|Roberts, Stephen||MM3-MM2||Dec 1978 – 1979||M||Decom crew|
There are currently no planned reunions.