The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA 13). 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 13 crew members registered for the USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA 13).
|Davis, Russell||BMII||1942 – 1945||My Father, Russell L. Davis was on the Dickman and was the coxswain on a landing craft during every European invasion that the Dickman participated in. If any crewman remember my Dad, I would appreciate hearing from them.|
|Elmer, Robert||Boat Division Officer and Beachmaster||1942 – 1945||Boat Division Officer||My father received Bronze Star w/ Combat "V"- Sicily Silver Star- Salerno Normandy- Presidential Letter of Commendation He served his duty honorably and was part of the 50th D-Day Anniversary Committee. Loved his country|
|Beck, John R. (Ronnie)||Motor Mechanist Mate 2nd Class||Jun 1942 – Aug 1945||US Coast Guard||My dad was known by Ronnie and loved playing guitar aboard ship. He transported the 4th infintry to Utah Beach. also Italy and N. Africa. He loved meeting his shipmates at the reunions every October. He passed on 2.19.87|
|Wetzel, Gerry||MAchinist Mate 3 Class||Jul 1942 – Jul 1944||USCG||Walter Scholl, Dad, served on this ship. Campaigns in N Africa and Salerno Invasion. Spent time in England and Scotland. Ship was referred to as Dirty Joe. Not sure if I have correct dates. Dad deceased 2002.|
|Weitzel, Robert||CHIEF ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN||Aug 1942 – Oct 1945||4th||Aboard during amphibious landings at Fedahla, North Africa - Nov 42, Gela, Sicily- Jul 43, Salerno, Italy -Sep 43, Southern France - Aug 44, Okinawa - Apr 45|
|Bauman, Leonard Louis||GM3c||1943 – 1946||Gunners mate||My father was a gunners mate on the USS Dickman he passed away June 30,2013 he was from north little rock arkansas|
|Gopen, Melvin||Petty Officer 3rd class||1943 – 1945||Coast Guard||Carter, make smoke!|
|Brock, William||Fireman First Class||Aug 1943 – Mar 1946||United State Navy||My Grandfather was a Fireman First Class Board the Dickam. He passed on Sept 17, 2010. Looking for someone who may remember him.|
|McLean, George||Nov 1, 1943 – Aug 28, 1945||4th bridge gang||I was the Aerog. Mate who forecast the Xmas Day storm in 1943. Remember SM Mike Reinhardt ? I am still in touch with Radarmen Joe LaLiberte and Bob Lortie who came aboard in Boston in Nov. 1945.|
|Merrick, Robert (Bob) L||Enlisted||Dec 2, 1943 – Aug 1945||I do not know||My Dad was on this boat and I believe it was the above dates. He and my mom went to many Reunions. He was good friends with Kenny Batek. Anyone remember him?|
|Perry, Earl||seaman 1st class||Oct 30, 1944 – Nov 30, 1945||7th fleet|
|Jackson, Ralph C.||radioman 1st class||1945 –||coast guard||My dad served on the Dickman in 1945, as a radioman. Went to Phillipine Islands to pick up POW'S. after invasion of Japan was cancelled. Anyone know him? May have had shipmate named George Lesko from Pittsburgh Pa????|
|Dougherty, John||May 1945 – 1946||STORES||OUR DAD, JOHN H. DOUGHERTY, U.S.C.G. STORKEEPER ON THE A.P.A. 13, JOSEPH T.DICKMAN, IN THE PACIFIC AND WAS ON BOARD DURING THE DECOMMISSIONING OF THE SHIP. AFTER THE WAR, HE WAS ON WEATHER PATROL ON THE P.F. 45, HUTCHINSON. THANK YOU|
There are currently no planned reunions.