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USS Manitowoc (LST 1180) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Manitowoc (LST 1180). 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 428 crew members registered for the USS Manitowoc (LST 1180).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1982 | 1983 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1989 | 1990 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Miller, Bayard W.SM21971 – 1972OC
Cameron, VinceSN / FN IC STRIKER1971 – 1973Deck / RMet a lot of great guys, and made a bunch of good friends. Had a great time on and off the ship.
Kurtz, SteveRMSN1971 – 1973CommunicationsSome of the best times of my life were spent onboard the Manitowoc and with the shipmates I had...great guys. The radio shack was a hoot...if you guys are out there, I'll never forget you. Hope you're all alive and well.
Bohanon, KenEN FN1971 – 1974MHad a great time onboard
Springston, DennyETN2Jan 1971 – Nov 1971
Fields, DanielE-4Jan 18, 1971 – Jan 17, 1975DeckServed on USS Manitowoc entire time served. From 1971 thru 1975.
Bollinger, Dave/boEM2Mar 1971 – Aug 9, 1974RThe 1972 WesPac...Hong Kong, Subic Bay, the trip through the P canal...the ship getting put on restriction as soon as we got to Little Creek...The Med...Spain....Italy...Turkey. Friends and memories...not forgotten.
Theder, JohnE-4 BM3Jul 1971 – Aug 18, 1973Deck Second
Oliver, WayneOS2Oct 1971 – Dec 1974Ops
Dineen, Patrick Dineen (Pat)EN/2Oct 1971 – Oct 1972ENGINEERINGI WAS ASSIGNED TO #3 ENGINE ROOM. i CAME FROM A MINESWEEPER (USS PIVOT-MSO-463) AFTER THAT DUTY THE MANNITOWOC WAS BEAUTIFUL. I ENJOYED MY TIME ON THE SHIP.
Bohanon, KenE-3Nov 1971 – Feb 1974M DivWhere is everyone from M div? Had some great times aboard the Mighty Manny
Blair, DonLEATHER NECK1972 – 1972Hotel Co. 2rd BN, 9th Marines.passed marshal law in subic bay
Hensel, AlL/CPL1972 – 1972B.CO 3RD ENGR. BN 3RD MAR.IT WAS A VERY REMEBERABLE EXPERIENCE. IT WAS GREAT, SHIP AND CREW WERE FANTASTIC
Welling, DougUSMC E-31972 – 1972ANGLICO Liaison - BLT 1/4The thing I remember most was the trip back to RVN from Subic and going through the edge of a typhoon. The water running down the main deck over the tops of the deuce/halfs and 105's was a sight. Half the guys on board must have been heaving. Fun
Amidon, DanHTFN1972 – 1976R
Wahl, BrentBM31972 – 19751st
Fuller, Theodore (Ted)E51972 – 1974EngineI have registered here on my father's behalf as he has very recently passed away. That being said, I am hoping to find one of his friends who went by the nickname of K.E.
Wayt, BillSEAMAN Jan 1972 – Jul 19751st & OPSI was on the Mighty Manny for WESPAC and through the canal. The MED and how about those 6 week trips to the Carib. The time the MIG flew over us in the Gulf of Tonkin was a very special moment. GQ this is not a drill, this is not a drill.
Long, Kenneth M.SNJan 1972 – Jun 1973DeckETR striker
Hurst, PhilET-3Mar 1972 – Sep 1975Operations and 1st Division
Watkins, JoeE-4Mar 28, 1972 – Sep 15, 1972BLT 1/4Does anyone remember the Marine that went overboard off the bow after leaving Subic Bay right before we got hit by the typhoon in 1972?He was never found after a 72 hour search.Lt Zumwalt was our PLT Commander!E-Mail jwatkins777@comcast.net
Stevenson, Michael profile iconLCPApr 1972 – Sep 1972OPSUSMC LCPL assigned to 3/12 as a radio operator. Spent time in the comm shack. I remember the fellow Marine overboard, MIG fly over, in the comm shack listening to operations in country. Email: MSTEVENSON17577@GMAIL.COM
Warren, DaveEM3Apr 10, 1972 – Apr 26, 1974RWes-Pac Gulf of Tonkin and Med Cruise. Those of us that have served aboard the Mighty Manny, Are the only ones who understand. If any of the old crew are still out there, let me know.
Warren, DaveEM3Apr 15, 1972 – Apr 26, 1976RHey Vince!!!! Yea, that was me with the bone in my beer. Ain't never forgot it neither
McNamara, DavidctrsnMay 1972 – Jul 1974supplycame on board in the gulf from navsecgrp guam , we had a great time in supply
Mark, EmmertENSJul 30, 1972 – Apr 1973Asst 1st LT
Wood, HaroldHTDec 20, 1972 – Jan 15, 1975RCame aboard in Long Beach and came through the canal, was assigned to anchor duty, was a new experience in the canal. Also remember the Med cruise and going back through the canal going to South America. Lots of memories
Carroll, MichaelSNDec 20, 1972 – Dec 20, 1974Gunnery/Radio/Deck Dept Yeoman - Assault Boats - Captains Gig
Rivera, EddieRM31973 – 1974OPSTransferd to the Mantow when it left Long Beach to go the the East Coast. I left in late 1974 and went back to NJ.
Rohwedder, SteveENFN1973 – 1975engineering M divisionspent most of my Time in #3AMR. made the canal transits, Ecuador, England for the Hovercraft, Several Med's, Caribbeain, Spain, Italy,Greece, and Turkey.
Williams, Wayne--willyE31973 – Sep 1974enginemanjoined the manitowoc after a tour in Viet Nam with the USS Alamo, traveled thru the Panama Canal to LittleCreek (homebase). Went to Port a Rica,Cuba,Spain,Turkey,Greese,England and many more that I have forgotten.
Davis, JimPN31973 – 1975NX
Zamarripa, Dan profile iconEN/SNJan 1973 – Aug 1975EngineeringAs I think back now, we had some great times, met some great people from all over the states. It’s difficult to understand why I wanted to get out so bad?
Amezquita, AlbertoEN3Jan 4, 1973 – Jun 6, 1975M DivisionHad a great time and went to a lot of neat places. Mexico, Panama Canal, Caribbean, Turkey, Italy, Spain, Greece, England. Sure was nice to be young,dumb, and full of engery
Stepko, DonMar 1973 – Mar 1975supply
Giuliani, RonET3Mar 1973 – Sep 1973ETMade Med run and out to England
Bothel, JoeYN3Mar 17, 1973 – Jan 18, 1975Ships OfficeI can say that my time aboard the Manitowoc was quite the experience. I learned a lot while working in the Engineering office and later Ship's Office.
Stepko, DonE-4Mar 28, 1973 – Mar 29, 1975SUPPLYJUST TRYING TO STAY IN TOUCH WITH SOME OLD SHIP MATES! WISHING EVERYONE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Roberts, JimSM2Apr 19, 1973 – Mar 15, 1975OPSRemember the good times on the Signal Bridge!
Van Fleet, WalterRM2Apr 28, 1973 – Apr 20, 1976OPSMed/Caribbean cruises. Top notch 3 green "C's" in a row. I retired from NAVCOMSTA Pureto Rico '84. I'm fortunate to have served aboard the Manny.
Lantz, WilliamCORPORAL, USMCAug 17, 1973 – Dec 7, 1973Signal BridgeWon't ever forget that you let an embarked Marine fill a Condition III Watch Bill in the middle of a no-kidding crisis! Thanks much, God's Speed and Good Hunting!
Jones, RickLTJGSep 1973 – Sep 1975Engineering (DCA), Operations (OPS BOSS)The people and the places were the greatest, from WESTPAC to LONG BEACH to LITTLE CREEK. Carib trips with Canal transits, Col Marines and Ecuador's raging river. Several MED Trips with England (hovercraft), Spain, Italy, Greece, & Turkey.
Barnes, TomLANCE CORPORALSep 15, 1973 – Dec 23, 1973USMCWas on Board for a 3 month operation in Turkey , Also at see for the 3 day conflict
Fredette, Dan (Fred)RM2Dec 1973 – Dec 1976OS

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