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USS Brownson (DD 868) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Brownson (DD 868). 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 51 crew members registered for the USS Brownson (DD 868).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – now

Gamble, Robert GambleLTJGJun 1, 1060 – Aug 1, 1962Communications
Smith, RobertSEAMAN 1ST CLASSApr 1, 1951 – Aug 31, 1952//
Odgers, Joseph1952 – 1955Great Ship. Wonderful times.
Mason, FredSK1Aug 1952 – Apr 1955Supply DivisionMy years on the Brownson were a great experience. I got to see the world literally.
Mendoza, Kendra profile iconSeaman1958 – 1960unknownMy dad was aboard this ship and as he has recently passed, I want to get his name included in this legacy.
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Otto, 'Chuck'FTM3Nov 1958 – Jan 1961
Burnett, Ronald1ST CLASS PETTY OFFICERJun 20, 1959 – Jun 15, 1961Engine roomI was in charge of the aft engine room.
Graeber, Leslie profile iconMMFNMar 14, 1962 – Dec 15, 1962M Most memorible time aboard this tin can, was the Cuban blockade. I remember spending 90 days in the Cuban waters, but the only information I can find says we were only there 3 weeks. Anyone but me rememer it that way?
Hawkes, Eugene REsn1964 – 1966Not sureMy father Eugene was stationed on the USS Brownson I'm just getting the learn the adventures he has done in his life he has recently passed of cancer and want to see that his name was added as crew member
Compton, GeorgeE3 SKJan 3, 1964 – Dec 20, 1965STOREKEPPERBest years of my life. I was 18 when i came aboard and 19 when i left ship to go to nam. I was there for the year 1966.
Mason, Clif {walrus}FTG31965 – Mar 1968SECONDDiagnosed in 2001 w/prostate cancer-just found out might get benefit, so will apply. At least got round the world cruise and made interesting friends.
John Page, PageMM2Jun 1965 – Jun 1967MMAnyone sick, if so go to the VA and put in a claim. We went up the Saigon River during the time they were spraying Agent Orange. 125 of 325 shipmates have died do to related diseases. The VA will denie, keep appealing
Fomen, RobertMM3Jun 15, 1965 – May 15, 1967MLogroom Yeoman 1965 to 1967, also stood watch in the foreward engine room during Viet Nam cruise.
Fomen, BobMM3Jun 15, 1965 – May 15, 1967Logroom YeomanLogroom Yeoman and stood Main Control Throttle watch during the Viet Nam cruise.
Beaver, Patrickstg21966 – 1968fox
Mennona, Joe profile iconSNFeb 1966 – Apr 1967First DivisionAround the World Cruise! What a great way to see the World.
Walker, Paul profile iconENS/LTJGJun 12, 1966 – Oct 25, 1967SupplyI was the Supply Officer
Lowry, HowardMM2Aug 1966 – Jun 1968M (Aft Eng Rm)
Wills, Rongmg3Sep 6, 1966 – Jul 3, 19682nd divI went on the around the world cruise and Vietnam 66-6 77Wasin charge of forward gunmount.
Buckley, EdwinYN3Oct 1966 – Oct 1967OCRetired and living in New England. Best wishes to all of my old shipmates.
McClintock, JohnGMT2Aug 1967 – May 1970AS
Rug, NorbertMR31968 – 1971Engineering
Robinson, WayneSNFeb 1968 – Oct 1968FirstArrived on board while ship was in drydock in Boston for an overhaul. Home port was Newport. They made me a deck ape. Had a shakedown cruise in Gitmo. I left to go to Hospital Corps School, eventually made HM2 in 2 yrs.
Storch, JosephbmsnJun 1968 – Oct 1969deckjust seeing who's still out there
Foti, JosephSNJun 20, 1968 – Jun 20, 19681stI was in charge of the paint locker.
Kronfield, Paul And Weihong KronfieldSTG-21969 – 1971FoxSonar Technician. Trained at Sperry factory in Great Neck New York on AN-SQQ-23 (PAIR) system. Applied for and was admitted to NESEP program, and admitted to oceanography program at University of Washington in Seattle, graduating in 1973
Lee, ThomasE-3Mar 1970 – Nov 1971B divisionThe Browneye never left the dock while I was aboard but I had a great time with some of my mates!
Williams, GarryGMG31971 – 1973ASROC
Kuzminski, Markseaman1971 – 1973not surei was a weapons yeoman for lt. tedeshi and worked with the gunners mates and also the asroc gunners mates.
Morrison, FrankRM3May 1971 – Apr 1972
McPhearson, MikePN2Aug 1971 – Dec 1972Ship's OfficeGreat times in the Caribbean and the Med.
Faris, VinSTCDec 1971 – Oct 1974Participated in the Phase II Op Eval of the PAIR Sonar in San Diego then was transfered to Brownson in Newport. This ship survived some of the roughest weather I've ever been in coming back from the Med. Put a 4X4 through the forward dome.
Harris, GaryYN11972 – 1973
Enos, Doylebtfn1972 – 1975engenering
Houts, RickHT2Mar 1972 – Aug 1975R I remember good times at Sgt. Peppers in Palma , and renting those damn little cars in Naples and beating the crap out of them. Of course a good time was had by all in Rotterdam and Amsterdam. Permission to go ashore?
Tripp, KevinsnNov 1972 – Dec 1974signalmanI really enjoyed my time aboard this ship. The deployment to the artic ocean and the six month med cruise they are some of my favorite memories.
Bibby, DavidBM3Dec 1972 – Aug 19751st Division
Barlow, WilliamSA1973 – 1973DECKI was TAD about four months during 1973 while I waited for my ship to come back from the Red Sea.
Cole, TomOS2Sep 1973 – Oct 1976OI
Agan, JerryBT-2Dec 1973 – 1975EngMy name Is Jerry M Agan retired 1990 as BTC email

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