The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Harwood (DD 861). 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 19 crew members registered for the USS Harwood (DD 861).
|O'Neill, Jim||RM2||Mar 1952 – 1955||3rd|
|Padgett, Gerald||3rd class petty officer||Jul 6, 1952 – Feb 11, 1954||boiler||I served with great guys,George(Sam) Kozel,Joe Miller,Red Robertson- aboard USS Harwood.After serving got my degree from The Citadel Married for 58 years-2 sons.I am retired & living in Decatur Ga.Hope to hear- Y'all|
|Neeley, James||RD-2||Apr 1, 1956 – Aug 28, 1958||OI Operations & Intelligence||Boarded in Newport RI Studied German in school, then visited Havana & Santiago, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Columbia, Panama, Equidor, Peru, Chili, Spain, Ireland, (6th flt) Thanks, Seaman Fuda for the lift in Athens|
|Schneider, Wayne||FT3 Seaman to FT4 PO3||Sep 1958 – Oct 1959||Fire Control Tech||Still resent the fact that we did not get liberty to Havana in Fall of 1958 on Harwood shake down cruse. This was my first time out of the country. We got stuck on GITMO.|
|Jackson, Melvin ( Pat )||ICFN||Mar 1961 – Oct 1961||R||Ship was under going FRAM in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. GREAT liberty !!|
|Weber, Jack||MMFN||Oct 1961 – Dec 1961||M||Ship at Brooklyn Naval Yard going thru Fram 2 mod. Assigned to #1 Engine room working for Chief Waters. Ship being re-homeported to Norfolk,VA so transferred to USS John Paul Jones DD-932 homeported in Newport RI|
|Scatoni, Frank Scatoni||SM||Jun 16, 1964 – Sep 26, 1968|
|Adams, W. C.||PO3||1966 – 1968||RM, BM, IC, MM,|
|Vignola, Carmine||PO 3||Jan 20, 1966 – Aug 19, 1968||Commissary|
|Hale, Douglas||YNSN||Dec 1967 – Feb 1969||OC Division|
|Ross, Michael||RM2||Feb 10, 1968 – Dec 15, 1968||CR||Vietnam cruise|
|Summers, Charles (Walrus)||EM2||1969 – 1970||R||Electric Shop.|
|Calfee, Dennis (Red Man)||ETR3||Feb 1969 – Dec 18, 1971||OI|
|Whitfill, Douglas||SH3||May 12, 1969 – Jan 5, 1970||Supply|
|Billings, Malcolm||sa||Oct 1969 – Nov 1969||7th fleet|
|Cobos, Jose||OS2||1970 – 1971||OI||I can not recall the actual dates of when I came on board but I did stay till the end at Istambul Turkey.|
|Langston, Bill||STG||Jan 5, 1970 – Feb 16, 1971||AS||ANYONE OUT THERE WHO SERVED WITH ME PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. 843-409-3351.|
|Nerheim, Steve||ETN2||Feb 1, 1970 – Dec 1971||OI||My first ship (of a total of nine ship's company assignments). A good ship; a great crew; a great bunch of shipmates; a great start to a thirty-seven year career.|
|Jessup, Roy||SN3||Oct 1970 – Jul 1971||Deck||I served aboard Harwood in Charleston, SC as a weekend warrior in my first year as a reservist. I'll never forget the ride she gave me on my first weekend off shore Charleston. Blew lunch into my white hat in berthing|
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