The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Walke (DD 723). 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 17 crew members registered for the USS Walke (DD 723).
|Reitzner, Jerome||BM3||Dec 17, 1946 – Sep 14, 1948||USN|
|Sowa, Richard||SN||Feb 19, 1959 – Apr 13, 1962||2ND DECK FORCE||I HAD A GREAT TIME GREAT SHIP GREAT CREW FOND MEMORIES|
|MacInnis, Douglas||CS3||Feb 1961 – Jul 1963||Supply Division|
|Estes, Harvey||Ftg2||1962 – 1963||2nd||Looking for Mike Braun ftg3|
|Cheetwood, Hal||MM2||Mar 15, 1962 – Jun 20, 1962||M|
|Gonzales, John||SN-3||Nov 18, 1965 – Apr 1, 1967||1St|
|Young, William Mike||E 4||May 3, 1967 – Apr 1, 1970||E Division||IC A School and IC 3 Aboard for the '67 - '68 and "69 Westpac Cruises to Vietnam. Medals : National Defense Service, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign. Armed Forces Expiditionary (Korea). Lost Frank E Evans DD754 in '69|
|Gisi, Vernon||FTG2||May 15, 1967 – May 1, 1970||2nd|
|Kelly, John||Bm3||Jul 1967 – Dec 1, 1969||!st Division||It was the best time of my life in the Navy.Met a lot of great people on the Walke.Going too the reunion now & meeting some great shipmates. Seeing the world while on the Walke was great. Now I'm Historian for the ship.|
|Alleva, Frank (Tony)||RD 3||1968 – 1970||OI Division||Allot of history made on this old tin can. She took me to places in the world that I will never see again. Mekong Delta and Taiwan patrol were most memorable.|
|Lopez, Leon||FIRE MAN BT DIV||Jun 23, 1968 – Jun 25, 1969||BT DIV||I REMBER WHEN WE HAD A GOOD TIME IN ALL THE PORTS AND BAD TIMES WHEN ARE SISTER SHIP WAS CUT IN TWO PICES. AND IF ANY BODY REMBERS ME CALL ME AT (951)992-0132 AND AM LOOKING FOR PAUL FRANKS SECOND CLASS|
|Agius, Joe||E3||Jul 2, 1968 – Sep 30, 1968||1st||Being a reservist, I only served 3 months prior to accepting an early separation that was offered due to budgetary issues. Prior assignment was at the Naval Air Facility, Cam Ranh Bay, RVN, assigned to Security & Avionics|
|Clark, Scott||BM3||May 15, 1969 – Nov 14, 1970||1st div||feel free to email or call me 209 551 0978|
|Butz, Daniel||SA||Sep 1969 – Apr 1970||1st|
|Prothro, Thomas||HM2||Nov 6, 1969 – Nov 22, 1969||MEDICAL||Short ride back from wes-pac but it was great on the old can|
|Overly, Jimmy||BT2||Dec 11, 1969 – Jun 12, 1971||B|
|Hogan, Timothy||FN/BT||Apr 1970 – Oct 1970||Engineering||I was only stationed on the ship for approx. 6 months. I never heard about the Korean war mine disaster. I just read about it in the current issue of my VFW magazine(June/July 2020)|
There are currently no planned reunions.