The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Sabine (AO 25). 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 29 crew members registered for the USS Sabine (AO 25).
|Howard, Kevin "howie"||RD3||0000 – Feb 1, 1968||Operations||The radar gang was comprised of a GREAT group of guys.|
|Gardner, Marvin||Fireman 1st Class||1945 – 1947||Auxiliary crew||I enjoyed my time aboard the Sabine. Swimming in the middle of the Indian ocean. "Doing our Navy thing when we got to port" Would be interested in finding other's who were aboard during this same time.|
|Clark, Alvin||FCSN||Sep 7, 1949 – Apr 17, 1950||F (Fire Control)|
|Hall, Charles||SM3||Aug 1961 – Aug 1963||Communications||Recommision this ship|
|Tonielli, Joe [tony}||MM3||Sep 1, 1961 – Jun 30, 1964||M||Went to pre-com detail right out of bootcamp to Norfolk. Worked in engine room. Nick name was Tony. Made mm3.|
|Wilhelm, Earl||seaman||Sep 1, 1961 – Apr 1, 1962||deck|
|Collins, Stuart / Skip||SN||Sep 15, 1961 – Sep 13, 1963||2nd||Great memories|
|Pepper, John||FN||Oct 1961 – Jan 1963||Electrical||lots of good and bad times then med cruise fun|
|King, Boyd||SN||Oct 16, 1961 – Nov 16, 1963||FIRST||I am the president of the USS Sabine AO 25 Association I'm always looking for any shipmates that serve on her. We also have a yearly reunion the 36th one will be in San Diego California around September 2013|
|Plummer, Jerry||AO25||Nov 12, 1962 – Nov 10, 1964||S||A lot of good memories|
|Hilburn, Jeannie||MCBM||1963 –||BM||My Dad was MCBM Thomas Earl Hilburn - have some coffee cups and a beer mug with USS Sabine looking for anyone interested in them.|
|Mazurkiewicz, Ken||machinist mate||Feb 10, 1963 – Jan 11, 1966||engineering||it was a remarkable experience|
|Walker, James ( Jimmy)||mm3||Oct 30, 1963 – Sep 23, 1966||engine room||Does anyone know what happened to ronny grossman or joe roddenberry?|
|York, Stanley||BT2||1964 – 1968||B||Home phone 865-463-9061 Cell 865-216-2212|
|Wilson, Jr., Leslie||SEAMEN||Jan 15, 1964 – Apr 14, 1966||2nd|
|Ruen, Leslie||FTG2||Mar 1964 – Jun 1967||3rd||Great memories from a great ship!|
|Arnold, Frederick/bill||BM2||Oct 1964 – Dec 1968||2ND|
|Hunter, Mordy||Jun 30, 1965 – Jul 1, 1967||Deck Force|
|Yost, Vernon||BT2||Nov 1965 – Sep 1967||Engineering||I still got a picture of Stanley York, WIckers, and myself in Naples toasting a beer|
|Fierro, Reginald||mm||Jan 6, 1966 – Dec 1967||m div|
|Richey, Thomas||E-4||Jan 26, 1966 – Jan 22, 1969||"R" DIVISION||I was a 3rd class shipfitter and was discharged while we were in philadelphia naval shipyard putting sabine out of commission. Our LPO was DC1 J. James.|
|La Tourette, Tony||RM3||Feb 1966 – Jun 1967||OC|
|Alexander, Lee||HM2||Mar 1966 – Mar 1967|
|Wichers, Billy||bt3||Jun 1966 – Apr 1968||engineering|
|Tuttle, Jeff||EM2||Jun 4, 1966 – Nov 21, 1968||Electrical shop||Looking for Jim Paggoli EM2|
|Wheeler, Carl||SN3||1967 – 1968||3rd||I was onboard assigned to the Chief's Mess. I was a Yeoman striker and had hoped to become an interpreter. Unfortunately, I developed throat cancer and retired September, 1968. I wanted to make a career in the Navy.|
|Sharp, Greg||SM2||Apr 10, 1967 – Feb 10, 1968||Operations||Enjoyed my time on the Sabine. Currently have the Commission pennant from the final decommission ceremony in Philadelphia in 1968|
|Hissin, Charles||HM 3||Jun 1967 – Mar 1968||Hospital Corpsman||Does anyone remember me being on board this ship|
|St. John, Alvin Paul||EM 3||1968 –||Electrical Shop|
There are currently no planned reunions.