The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS San Bernardino (LST 1189). 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 292 crew members registered for the USS San Bernardino (LST 1189).
|Liam, Benjamin||1994 – Aug 1995||Deck|
|Streeter, Robert||1994 – 1995|
|Dreeszen, Christopher||FA||1994 – 1995||M Division|
|Asmus, Nathan||Fireman||1994 – 1996||Boilers|
|Abdelnour, Shawn||Fireman||1994 – 1995||aux / boiler evap|
|Buskirk, William/billy||HULL TECHNICIAN||1994 –||REPAIR DIVISION|
|Thomas, Trey||FN||Jan 3, 1994 – Sep 10, 1995||engineering||Overseas duty station along with 50 year commemoration tours to most of the Pacific Battle Theaters made this an epic first command. We worked hard and played harder. The brotherhood of this ship was amazing..|
|Walker, Patrick||BM2||Jan 8, 1994 – Sep 30, 1995|
|Hollis, Jeff||EMFN||Jan 10, 1994 – Jul 12, 1995||eng|
|Kirby, Tim/swerv Dog||E3||Feb 1994 – Aug 1995||Deck department||What up to all my boys, man we had some fun on that boat. I will never forget the good times we had, all the brawls we had down in the berthing West Coast vs East Coast. All the drunk nights at that Sasebo base club|
|McNeely, Shawn||OS3||Feb 1994 – Sep 1995||Operations||My first ship. Great crew. I still think about how sick I got on that ship. And how bad she would rock and roll. We went to some cool places though. I have a lot of stories that I still share to this day.|
|Adams, Tony||E-3||Apr 8, 1994 – Jan 15, 1995||boiler/evaporators||liked the gator boat my immedate supervisor bt1 barens was a hard ass.but ok guy.|
|Lamson, Josh||OS||May 1994 – Sep 1995||OI||Still have my decom hat. If anyone knows where I can get a copy of the decom cruisebook, let me know.|
|Willis, Ted||IC2(SW)||Jun 1, 1994 – Jun 1, 1996||E||Only NON R div Fire Marshall on board with DC2 Colley handled One of the best fire teams on board. and kept those damn thermocouplers going Remember CWO4 MPA saved my ass from Cheif Washington|
|Husman, Justin||MS3||Jul 1994 – Sep 1995||SUPPLY||The San Berdoo was my first ship. While she was small, as ships go, I will never forget how big she looked from the pier, the first day I reported.|
|Stuart, Todd||FN||Jul 8, 1994 – Sep 30, 2005||A||Great times in Sasebo! Never forget Hong Kong|
|Smith, Barron NEW||EN3||Jul 29, 1994 – Sep 30, 1995||Oil Lab||What a time in Sasebo. This ya boy Smitty. Let me know if anyone is on facebook|
|Reynoso, Tino||SN||Sep 1994 – 1995||the crew was great but could not wait to leave Sasebo, Japan. Translated for the Chilian Navy that was fun.|
|Jones, David||SR||Nov 1994 – 1995||1st||First ship. Fell in love with Japan on her. Spent the next 4 years in Japan!! Never forget it.|
|Vasta, David Vasta||BM3||Mar 1, 1995 – Oct 1, 1995||Deck||Helped turn over the ship to the Chilian Navy. Rode her from Sesabo, Japan to San Diego, CA. I was also there for the 50th on Iwo Gima which was the last beach it ran up on.|
There are currently no planned reunions.