The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Leonard F. Mason (DD 852). 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 99 crew members registered for the USS Leonard F. Mason (DD 852).
|Mullennix, Pat Moe||QM3||1973 – 1976||QM||Trying to find old buddies|
|Trinidad, Leonard||BT3||Feb 1973 – Sep 1975||B division||serving aboard the USS Leonard F Mason with the best in the Navy. Hard working man with little sleep. With instruction from ncos Chief coor and BT1 Hand we were the best. Would like to contact BT3 Holloman & FN fox|
|Buettner, Rob||RM3||Feb 2, 1973 – Nov 2, 1976||OC||Member decommissioning crew|
|Charlton, William||ETN3||1974 – Nov 1976||Operations/Electronics||Served w/ Jennings Johnson (my father-in-law!), Adam Lorenc, Vic Murata, Vince Mancuso, Wayne Stephenson, "Scottie", others. Did last WestPac. Decommissioned the boat at Port of Seattle. (I miss Ivars) RIP Doc!|
|Curry, Adair||BTFA||1974 – 1975||B Division||I learned a lot while I was assigned to the Mason quite a difference from the carrier I served on.|
|Smith, Bruce||STG2||Feb 1974 – Sep 1976||3rd||Interesting experience to say the least... but a great crew.|
|Rodgers, Richard||Btfn||Aug 18, 1974 – Nov 21, 1976||B||Loved rimpac 75 the cerimony in remembrance of pvt first class Leonard f. Mason USMC in Guam. Enjoyed stop off a Fuji beautiful island and New Zealand was also beautiful. Decommissioning mason was something|
|Hardy, Bob||BTFN||Sep 1974 – Nov 2, 1976|
|Pompa, Rueben||HT-3||Sep 3, 1974 – Nov 1976||B and HT.||I would like to say hi to the crew members and that I am retired from civil service. Friends on board Trinidad, Flores, Shorty, Mike and Garcia / ones can't remember the names. The best destroyer ever Leonard f Mason.|
|Vasich, Michael ( Cactus )||BT 3 Forward fire room||Dec 20, 1974 – 1976||B Division||Great memories espeicially in Seattle getting de-commisioned.|
|Gillette, Charles||Htfn||Feb 5, 1975 – Nov 2, 1976||Hull tech|
|Jones, Royale||ETR2||Apr 1975 – Nov 1976||Ops|
|Kuykendall, Melvin||EW 1||Jun 30, 1975 – Nov 1, 1976||OPERATIONS|
|Tribelhorn, Ronald||LT.||Aug 1975 – Nov 1976||Last Engineering Officer, last Westpac & decommissioned her in Seattle|
|Wilson, Wil||YNSN||Aug 1975 – Nov 1976||BM||I came on board the Leaky Leonard in Guam and decommissioned the ship in Seattle, Washington. I later went on to serve 3 more years on the USS Point Defiance.|
There are currently no planned reunions.