The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS John W. Weeks (DD 701). 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 23 crew members registered for the USS John W. Weeks (DD 701).
|Knight, Charles||FN||1952 – Jul 6, 1953||NORFOLK VA|
|Harlow, Frank||FP1||Feb 1953 – May 1956||Repair|
|Howell, Jack||SO3||May 1, 1956 – Nov 1959|
|Malesko, John||YN3||1961 – 1963||R Division||part of 2nd Division became LogRoom Yeoman transferred to R Division became YN3 transferred to ship's office published the ship"s paper "The Weeks Wash"|
|Gratton, Frank||SFM2||Jan 1, 1962 – Dec 27, 1964||R||looking for old friends|
|Anderson Jr, George Andy||HT2||Jul 21, 1962 – Jan 11, 1963||R Division||In8/20/1962 we had as much ice on us as we weighed. We were chasing the Intrepid CVS 11.|
|Fariello, James||RD3||Nov 1, 1962 – Sep 15, 1966||Operations||The Weeks was a wonderful experience for a young man to have in his life. I saw the World.|
|Slapo, Dennis||seaman||Nov 10, 1962 – Nov 10, 1964||engineering||Miss the good old days|
|Raymond, Tom||Sh2||Jan 1964 – 1966||Supply|
|Martineau, Stuart (Mookie Magoo)||BT2||May 1964 – May 1967||B-Div||Best "Tin Can" in the fleet. Good crew, a real steamer. Always made our commitment. Will always remember the Red Sea cruise in "66" (or around then). The heat in the boiler and engine rooms was relentless!|
|McKinney, Sam||BTFN||May 14, 1964 – Jun 20, 1966||B division|
|Opel, Joe||SFP2||Jul 23, 1965 – May 1, 1967||r|
|Waring, Bob||IC2||Sep 8, 1965 – Jun 5, 1968||R Division||Good Ole Leaky Weeks|
|Garrison, Joe||SH 4||1968 – 1969||SUPPLY||In charge of SHIPS STORE, LAUNDRY, BARBERSHOP|
|Mauger, Robert Squatty||Boilerman 3rd||Jan 1968 – Jan 1972||B|
|Kirkman, Ken||BT3||Apr 1968 – 1969||ENGINEERING||Came aboard the Weeks in April of 68 while the Weeks was in dry dock. Served in the after fire room and went on a West Pac Cruise with the Weeks, made 3rd Class and was sent to A school and then to the John King DDG3|
|Murphy McGuiness, William||EM3||Apr 1, 1968 – Feb 1, 1970||R Division||It was great serving with all who went to GITMO, getting ready for our West PAC duty in 1969..|
|Robillard, Richard||STG2||May 1968 – Aug 1970||ASW||Came aboard the day before we were placed in the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Did Westpac 1969, stayed with the weeks until she was taken out of service as a Reserve Training in Groton Ct.|
|Willis, Charlie NEW||SM3||Aug 1968 – Oct 1969||OC Div||Went aboard in shipyard,then to Gitmo for that great experience, then to Westpac for her final deployment. Remember “ My Phillopino Baby over the 1-mc when we got underway from Subic to go home !!!|
|Colbeck, Wayne||RM3||Nov 20, 1968 – Nov 20, 1969||oc||Joined the ship when in GTMO, did the 69 Westpac cruise. Departed for Westpac cruise on 1-17-69, the day before my 21st birthday. if you served during that time frame send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org love to chat|
|Harper, Robert Lee||FTG-3||Dec 13, 1968 – Aug 1970||Fox Division|
|Dalton, Frederick||BM3||Jan 1969 – Nov 1969||First||I would like to hear from anyone who served on the Weeks|
|Narolis, Larry||QM2||Dec 1969 – Aug 1970||ON|
There are currently no planned reunions.