The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Ingersoll (DD 652). 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 26 crew members registered for the USS Ingersoll (DD 652).
|Wilson, Jimmy, Willy,||sonar E-4||Aug 1955 – Sep 1957||Fox||Tell the other tin can sailors hi and would like to make contact with others I served with.|
|Rahn, Lee||FT 2||1956 – 1959||F|
|Jenkins, Fred||E4||1958 – 1960||Maintenance Engineer||Looking for anyone who might have known my uncle Dwayne. He was a machinist on the USS Ingersoll, somewhere between 58-60, gifted guitar player|
|Cusimano, Noel||Machinists Mate 2nd class||Aug 18, 1958 – Dec 21, 1961||Engineering||Any shipmates aboard the USS Ingersoll DD652 during 1959 and 1961 please contact me.|
|Sutton, James||GM2||Jul 30, 1959 –||Gunnery|
|Shields, Richard||YM||1960 –||830||I am seeking info on my Uncle Richard "Dick" Shields who served on the USS Ingersoll in the early 1960s.Pleas contact me if you remember him.|
|Kelly, Dean||MM3||Dec 1960 – Jan 1963||Engineering||I was in the after engine room|
|Natalie, Kirk (Tally)||SOG 3||Oct 20, 1961 – Dec 13, 1962||Fox|
|Bowling, Jim||EM4||Nov 4, 1961 – Apr 3, 1965||Engineering|
|Speights, Dan||BM 3||Mar 1963 – Aug 1964||1st Division||The Ingersoll was my 2nd ship and very different from the USS Bolster a salvage ship. But the sailors were the same when it came to camaraderie and liberty I almost shipped over, should have.|
|Churchill, John V.||RM2 E5||1964 – 1965||Communication||Left ship at Subik. Flew home from Clark AFB|
|Turner, Jack V||BT 2||1964 – 1967||B|
|Martindale, William (Marty}||GMG-2||1965 – 1967||2nd Div.||I am wanting to talk with anyone about 1965 Westpac Deployment and going up the Saigon River. Talking about any other subject from 1965 thru 1967 would be great.. God bless all that reads this. 972-562-8413 leave msg & #|
|Fiore, Michael||3rd Class Engineman||Dec 1965 – 1967||B|
|McNicholas, Bill||Ltjg||Dec 1965 – Jul 1967||Gunnery/Fire Control||Current status Capt. USN-Ret|
|Leaich, Crayton (Casey)||GMG3||Jun 1966 – Dec 1969||2nd division (weapons)||My last 2 years on Ingersoll, I served as special sea and anchor helmsman. I was also assigned responsibility for maintaining and distribution of weapons from the ship's armory. Mount captain, 5" gun mounts.|
|Cashill, John||SN||Jun 5, 1966 – Sep 20, 1967||Ship's Office||A great life experience, good shipmates. Would not change a thing.|
|Mitchell, Nicholas||IC3||Nov 4, 1966 – Dec 18, 1967||E Division||Remarkable West Pac Tour aboard the USS Ingersoll DD-652|
|Troxel, Larry||MM3||Dec 24, 1966 – May 15, 1968||M||Young and wild, learned alot, But Always seem to be in trouble. Matured Later in my Navy experiance.|
|Smith, Bob (Smitty)||SN||1967 –|
|Pitts, Eddy||DK1||Jun 30, 1967 – Jul 30, 1968||Supply|
|Poole, Herb L.||LTJG||1968 – 1970||Communications|
|Link, Roger||RM3||Apr 1968 – Dec 1970||Started in first div, left in Opps||Looking for anyone that boarded after July 1966 with possible medical conditions caused from post agent orange contamination,|
|Sinclair, John||LTjg||Sep 1, 1968 – Jan 15, 1970||CIC||The finest sea duty I ever had in my 30 years of service.|
|McHaney, Ronald||E3||Oct 1968 – Feb 1969||Supply||I was the guy with the guitar, and would enjoy talking to my old friends from Supply Division. We played a heck of a lot of heart and spades..... Hoping all is well and warm with you and yours, R!|
|Bottomley, Ron||SK3||Jan 1969 – Nov 1969||Supply||Would love to find SK3 Maliki and SK3 Wright|
There are currently no planned reunions.