The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Compton (DD 705). 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 Compton (DD 705).
|Dye, Clyde||Seaman||1944 –||Destroyer|
|Neale, George||Q2||1950 – 1951||Destroyer||I am the granddaughter and am looking for more info - I hope I have supplied the correct info from the documents I have|
|Soehn, Richard||LtJG||Aug 1957 – Aug 1959||Enginering||Memories of all kinds|
|Crannell, Boyd||smsn||Jun 10, 1958 – May 10, 1960||oc||am looking for john carroll from Mass. who was a sm|
|Moody, Ron||SFP3||May 16, 1959 – Dec 28, 1961||R-3||WAS A GREAT SHIP WITH A GREAT CREW|
|Wertheim, Leroy (Lee)||E5||Dec 1960 – Jul 1963||SONARMAN||Went to college after leaving and became a CPA. Remembering the space monkey shots ,Med cruises, Cuban blockcade, Pres Kennedy visit to Costa Rico. Frezzing my butt in North Atlantic, Boston ship yard when 1st assigned|
|Cole, Ernest||sn||Feb 8, 1961 – Apr 1961||operations (signalman)||I was only on board short time, worked for Chief Roy Fagan and signalman first class Gilliam,they got me started in signal school then was transferred to USS Albany CG10 (precomm)|
|Cooper, Bruce||RDSN||Feb 1962 – 1963||CIC|
|Fuller, Roy||SK3||Dec 1962 – Aug 1964||Supply|
|Fruendt, Rod||SA---STG/3||Nov 1963 – Sep 1964||1st||Am looking for Dave Beck and Art Dingledine(?)|
|Rooks, Dan||MM||Apr 1964 – Sep 1964||M|
|Walbridge, Richard (Wally)||SN||Nov 1, 1964 – Sep 15, 1966||Signal Striker||Enjoyed most of the time on board with lots of fun memories.|
|Fiorino, Stephen||PN3||Oct 1965 – 1967||Personnel|
|Funk, Russell||E-4||Jan 15, 1967 – Jun 6, 1968||BT|
|Newton, Chuck||BT3||Nov 10, 1968 – Sep 12, 1972||D||I was just out of boot camp and was stationed aboard the USS Compton. Was on this ship for four years. It was a great experence to serve on it. Had lots of friends there that i still remember there names.|
|Koenig, John||STG2||Nov 1969 – Feb 1973||FOX||My first ship, it was like McHale's navy. Summer hours all year, long hair and sideburns (Zumwalt era) and a lot of pinocle games. A great crew, both regular and reserve. A lot of fun ports and plenty of fishing!|
|Kingsbury, David A. Kingsbury||ENFN||Apr 15, 1970 – Dec 15, 1970||A-Gang||Good Ship Great Duty.|
|Allen, David||RD/OS2||Feb 1, 1971 – Sep 18, 1972||Operations||I came aboard the Compton while she was “wintering” in Mayport, FL. First liberty was in Ft Lauderdale. Second was Nassau, Bahama. I served on a great ship, with a great crew, and a great captain! Wonderful memories!|
|Kane, Harold||ST1||Nov 1971 – Sep 1972||Fox Div|
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