The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Elkhorn (AOG 7). 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 20 crew members registered for the USS Elkhorn (AOG 7).
|Thomas, Eric||RDM3||Apr 20, 1945 – Apr 23, 1948||Bridge||Anyone out there? Looking for shipmates.|
|Wulff, Ernest (Ernie)||BM3||Dec 20, 1952 – Dec 31, 1955||First Division||. Bunked in forward PO compartment on 01 deck. Good friends with Joe Lesperance. Transferred to the USS Zelima AF49. Stayed on board til my discharge in 1956. Married to Lois for 52 yrs|
|Anderson Jr, George Andy||HT E6||Jul 12, 1963 – Dec 9, 1966||R Divison||Looking for crew members who were on the ship in Viet Nam. I was in charge of the fuel.|
|Romer, Charles||rd-2||Jan 1, 1964 – Dec 31, 1967||operations||looking for other elkhorn shipmates.|
|Romer, Charles||rd-2||Dec 28, 1964 – Dec 12, 1967||operations||looking for old crew mates|
|Hawkins, Joe||FT2||1965 – Dec 1967||Gunnery||Any contact from old shipmates are welcome|
|Hutch, J||sa||Jan 2, 1965 – Nov 2, 1969||supply|
|Sakamoto, Harold||YN3||Jul 21, 1965 – Jul 20, 1967||Ship's Office|
|Olson, Galon (Oly)||EMC (SS)||Jan 1966 – Dec 1966||E|
|Gillespie, Wes NEW||Seaman/PN3||Sep 1966 – Nov 1967||X Division||My 1st duty - after overhaul in Honolulu, we served with the Tombigbee, making frequent trips from DaNang to the DMZ.. Later served as PN3 on USS Maury (geological survey) & PN2 on USS Sanctuary (hospital ship) in Nam.|
|O'Connor, Patrick||LTJG||Oct 1966 – Mar 1969||USS ELKHORN||I served as the Supply and Cargo Officer on the USS Elkhorn. I made 2 round trips from Pearl Harbor to DaNang.|
|Baney, Dan||SEAMAN 1 ST CLASS||Oct 15, 1966 – Jul 15, 1969||SUPPLY||I WAS THE SHIPS BARBER AND WORKED WITH SEAMAN CLEWELL IN THE LAUNDRY FROM MID 1966 TO 1969--LJG PAT O'CONNER WAS MY SUPPLY OFFICER--AFTER THE NAVY I WENT BACK TO THE FAMILY FARM AND AM NOW RETIRED WITH MY WIFE IN NEBR|
|Snyder, Leslie||BM3||1967 – 1971||1st||Long time on that ship. Never thought I would get off. Total of 18 months on line. Would like to hear from any crew member.|
|Risen, Marty||SM-3||Jan 1, 1967 – Jul 11, 1968||OPERATIONS||IN CHARGE OF SIGNAL BRIDGE, MADE RUNS FROM DA NANG TO CAU VIET AND UP AND DOWN THE COAST,TO SUPPORT THE MARINES, LIKE RIDING ON A STICK OF C-4, LOTS OF FUN 24-7. 2 OF US WERE SURFERS FROM SO. CAL. ALL GOOD GUYS, MADE IT SEEM LIKE FUN .|
|Scott, Ricky||BM2||Nov 14, 1968 – May 29, 1969||1st||Does anyone remember me getting knocked out on the bridge during rough seas on the mid watch off the coast of Nam?|
|Graham, William (Bill)||petty officer 2nd class||1969 – 1971||engine room||I am Bills daughter I know he served and decomissioned the Mt. Baker and then went to the uss Elkhorn. I know this happend in the years just before and after 1969 when I was born. I am looking for anyone who knew him|
|Pearson, Steve Nickname "pete"||SHH2||Mar 1969 – Dec 1971||supply||I was on 3 ships - this was my favorite duty station.|
|Spare, John||sfmfa||Mar 1969 – Jun 1971||r div.||This was the worst ship I was on.|
|Miller, Robert (Bob)||COP2/E4||Sep 16, 1969 – Oct 1, 1971||Coxswain||Looking for old shipmates.|
|Abbott, Billy||EN3 TO EN2||Jul 15, 1970 – Jul 1, 1972||A||My second Cruise to Viet Nam, wokred in the Engine Room.|
There are currently no planned reunions.