The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hunt (DD 674). 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 8 crew members registered for the USS Hunt (DD 674).
|Metzler, Frank||Lt||Aug 1, 1943 – Jun 10, 1945||3rd||H. Frank Metzler, one if the Navy's 90 Day Wonders from the Naval Academy, took the Hunt from her birthplace in Kearny NJ, through the war and to San Francisco for repairs in June '45. He was Chief Engineering Officer.|
|Peters, Donald-don||FT3||Nov 1954 – Aug 2, 1956||Gunnery-Fire Control||I'm living in Cambodia teaching English as a volunteer. The Hunt was my second ship after the Dortch. The Hunt was a great ship with good Captain and officers and a good bunch of sailors.|
|Kendrick, Trinkle (Gene)||GM/3c||Jan 30, 1957 – Nov 5, 1960||2nd Divison||Recuit training USNTC Bainbridge MD 11/56 to 01/ 57 next 4 years aboaed the Hunt. Enjoyed the time aboard the Hunt.|
|Vogt, Morrison (Morry)||ETN3||Feb 19, 1959 – Dec 20, 1962||2nd||Was first on the deck force. Was "recruited" by William Sutton, an ET and studied on board and made ETN3. Memories. So many. I was happy when working in the scullery. Hamburg, Rotterdam. Essex, North Atlantic. Mayport.|
|Hayward, David||MM3||Sep 22, 1959 – Sep 20, 1963||n/a||Looking to contact former ship mates|
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|Williams, Jerry||HN||Jun 1961 –||USNR|
|Hartney, Curtis||SN||Oct 3, 1961 – Oct 23, 1963||2nd|
|Nitchman, Peter||FT3||Nov 14, 1961 – Sep 15, 1963||2nd||Hunt as a good ship. Cruise to Northern Europe was the highlight of my time on board.|
There are currently no planned reunions.