The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Turner Joy (DD 951). 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 112 crew members registered for the USS Turner Joy (DD 951).
|Phipps, Dwane||EN3||1979 – 1981||A-GANG||thanks for the good times|
|Upton, Larry||1979 – 1982||S-1 SUPPLY||LOOKING FOR SOME SHIPMATES WHO SERVED WITH ME DURING THIS TIME PERIOD. HAD SOME GREAT MEMORIES. WESTPACS/SOUTHPAC. I RETIRED FROM THE NAVY IN 1996, AND I RESIDE IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. I LEFT AS A SK2. EMAIL ME AT LUPTON@NYCAP.RR.COM|
|Wiesner, Mark||1979 – 1980||O.I.||Hello to all...this is the wheez coming at ya!!!! looking for anyone who served on the Turner Joy on the 1980 wespac...I have seen the T.J. web site and will travel the distance just to sit in my special spot...the little box at the bow|
|Wiesner, Mark||1979 – 1981|
|Turney, David||BT3||May 10, 1979 – Aug 30, 1981||Engineering||I worked in the Aft fire room between 1979 and 1981. I went on the last West/South Pac Where I became a Shellback. It was very hard work, but was worth it. I remember working 23 hours, then 3 hours sleep then 18 more. May GOD bless those who serve.|
|Brennan, Joe Joe Bob||EN 2||Jun 1979 – 1982||a gang||had some of the best times on the tj|
|Davis, Richard||BT1||Jun 8, 1979 – Mar 2, 1981||B|
|Callahan, James||BM 3||Sep 16, 1979 – Apr 19, 1983||deck||just to say hellow to all turnerjoy shipmates|
|Toomer, Oshedrick||MM3||Sep 25, 1979 – Nov 18, 1982||M-DIV./ 1ST DIV.||The Turner Joy was my first ship in navy. I think about the crew alot on that ship. I made the last two westpac's on TJ. 1980 and 1982. The TJ. was one of my, best ships in the navy. My god bless all, my old shipmates.|
|Schofield, Randy||BT||Oct 1979 – Mar 1982||b||what's up fellow snipes. i often think back to those two and a half years i spent aboard tj.the work was very hard ,but friends and liberty call made i very memorable. i'll never forget the first cruise to austrailia and new zealand,wow.|
|Laemmel, Shane||MR3||Oct 15, 1979 – Sep 15, 1982||AC/R||Best Friends BT2 Scott Uline STG3 E.Buckner RMSN Wheeler BTFN Arno Smith MR1 Nole Fune MR3 Perry Dugay MM3 Eagling EN3 MacAvoy EN3 Brennan Tombs Jose Mangabat Pedro Magistrado Jun Cruz Pete Rose Capt J.A.Bianco was the coolest!|
|Thornton, Joe||MM3||Nov 1979 – Sep 1983||M||Great Memories in aft Engine Room|
|Copeland, Michael NEW||BTFN||1980 – 1982||B Division||Had good and bad times aboard T.J. but I wouldn't trade them in for anything . Old friend and shipmate feel free to contact me here or on Facebook .|
|Davis, Big Al||BT3||Jan 1980 – 1982||B||Never through I would tier up over a ship....but there you go. best wishes to all, from Big AL of B-divison|
|Powell, Roy "Tex"||QM3||Jan 2, 1980 – 1983||ON||Missing the good old days onboard the TJ.|
|Lambert, Alan||FTG2||Feb 1980 – Mar 1982||2nd||And how much fun was this? TOOOOOO much. My first ship of many and always the best. Even went to Bremerton and toured her. You'd be suprised that even some nuts bolts and screws i remember missing still are.|
|Longbrake, Joseph Dilman||FTGC||May 1980 – Aug 1981||2nd||Best Fire Control and Gunners Mate crews I have ever been proud to serv with|
|Wiesner, Mark||OSSN||Jun 1980 – May 1981||scope-dope||i look back to "those days" with both a happy..and yet a heavy heart. it was a hard time in my life and i had no direction...thank god i had friends like "fogle" and "dills" to help me out.went on the west-pac and actu|
|Lyons, William||BT3||Jun 10, 1980 – 1982||B||I had a great time aboard the TJ, alot of work and alot of good times on the beach. I hope all the crew I was on board with are doing great and remeber our youth aboard as a great time.|
|King, Stan||HM1||Jul 1980 – Nov 1982||ON||Darn!|
|Eagling, David (Dave)||MM2||Jul 16, 1980 – Nov 25, 1982||A-Division (A-Gang)||I caught the TJ at Subic Bay P.I. in '80 on the way to So. Pac. Stayed on her until she was decommissioned. I was one the last few crewmen to walk her decks as an active warship. I put my finger through the hull.|
|Reid, Joe||QM3||Nov 1, 1980 – Sep 1, 1982||ON||TJ was the first ship I served on, guess you could say I grew up there. Made the last West-Pac on her and transferred off just before decommissioning. It was a good ship and I served with a great crew....hope to hear from some of you.|
|Blaha, Mark||GMG2||Jan 3, 1981 – Nov 22, 1982||Weapons||My first ship and first West Pac was aboard the Turner Joy. I was prooud of what she stood for all and and her history. As a Mk 42 Gunners Mate, it was the perfect platform for my first tour. Still Think about Rascoff and Lane.|
|Brezinsky, Robert Bob Ski||mmfn||Feb 1, 1981 – Feb 1, 1983||m divison||i finally sobered up going on 4 years T.J's last cruse over seas that was awsome, glad i made it!!|
|Bryant, Lyndon (Bear)||BM||May 20, 1981 – Mar 6, 1983||Deck|
|Rosengarth, Paul||SMSN||Oct 1981 – Nov 1982||OC||First ship. What a sobering experience to be on a ship older than I was at the time. I was on the last West Pac and was part of the decommissioning team. Was a sad day when we lowered the colors. Hearing about the museum brought was "joy"fu|
|Hudock, Joseph||HN||Mar 25, 1982 – Nov 10, 1982||NAV||What a trip working with Stan! TAVO!!|
There are currently no planned reunions.