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USS Fresno (LST 1182) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Fresno (LST 1182). 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 363 crew members registered for the USS Fresno (LST 1182).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1980 | 1981 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – now

Bowman, SteveEN31971 – 1973Oil KingI made a lot of friends, but have lost contact with most of them. I still hear from Brooker ,Hofer and Bormuth. I was on when the Vietnam war ended. Living in Hutchinson, Kansas married with 4 kids
Bowman, StephenEN41971 – 1973EngineeringServed as Oil King during 72 Westpak
Huskey, KennethE31971 – 1972Deck ForceLoved being on the bridge at the helm.
Osborne, Doyle (Ozzie)ENCMay 4, 1971 – Apr 4, 1975M & AWe worked hard and we played hard.All in all it was a pretty good four years.Many fond memories.
Cummings, DonaldLT(JG)Jun 1971 – Nov 1972SupplyBack in the days of single SO on board
Anderson, RickLTJGAug 1971 – Dec 1974Deck and Ops
Applegate, Richard LeroyEM3Aug 1971 – Mar 1974EngineeringWent on west pac sept72. To march 73 became shellback loved iniation discharged march 74
Treat, Jr., William A.OS2Aug 5, 1971 – Sep 5, 1975OI (Operatios Intelligence)I worked in CIC and provided information to the officers on the bridge and also to the lookouts and signalmen on the signal bridge. I made two WESTPACS and even crossed the equator twice.
Cassel, ClarkRM3Sep 1971 – Jun 1973Radio
Klousia, William (Bill)BT2Sep 17, 1971 – Jul 16, 1975EngineeringThe Fresno was a great ship to work aboard. I loved the boilers & evaporators, the engine rooms and everything about the ship, even the tendency to rock even in calm water. I met my wife on my 2nd West Pac cruise when we visited Australia. Great!
Leppert, DavidE3Oct 1971 – Oct 1975A-GANGAll in all it was a GREAT four years.
Stanfield, MikeETN3Oct 1971 – Mar 1973OperationsThe WESPAC cruise that I was on when aboard The Fresno was one of the most exciting times in my naval career. I was lucky enough to see places then that I've never been able to since.
Trauschke, RichardRMCOct 23, 1971 – Oct 23, 1973O-CTwo WESPAC cruises. Let me hear from the chiefs ' Where are you, SKC Otwell?
Budde, ChrisSK2Dec 1971 – Aug 1975supplygood times had by all, thanks for the tattoo
Kemp, RickIC3Dec 1, 1971 – Feb 4, 1974Electrical/EngineeringHey Baur! I'm done with your SeaBag. You can have it back. Thanks for the loan!
Endonino, Jon C.SK21972 – 1974SUPPLY
Getgen, Lawrence/the BossRM31972 – Apr 1973CommunicationsLooking for Rocky Squirrel from Colorado.
Kremer, JimPC31972 – 1974DeckBest time ever. Like to hear from some of you- BM Stewart, Otto, Bennet, Sanders,Lcdr Hinchy, Fred Grant, Jim Carpenter, Gabby.72-74 era.
Stewart, Rob StewieGMG3Jan 1972 – Apr 1973GunneryWouldn't trade my time with those guys for anything. What a way to grow up. Thanks to all.
Francis, Robert D. "rocky The Squirrel"SK2Jan 2, 1972 – May 10, 1973SUPPLYHAD ALLOT OF FUN, C.O. & I COND 1 ALPHA FLYING BRIDGE. LOTS, LOTS OF BABES SUBIC BAY.
Jay, William (Bill)RM3Feb 1972 – Feb 1974OCLooking to contact any former crewmembers who were in the radioshack, ET shop, CIC, or Signal Bridge during the above time frame. Gimme a holler!
Brainard, MikeOS3Feb 1972 – Aug 1973OIGoing on a WESPAC cruise was the highlight of my enlistment. I had done two other cruises in the MED aboard a carrier. Didn't want to do a third so I transferred.
Bogart, RonApr 1972 – Jun 1974
Alegria, DanielSK/SNApr 20, 1972 – Feb 22, 1976SupplyCrossed the Equator with Jarheads onboard. They asked what it would look like. Told them it was like crossing into T.J. It would be all lite up as we passed under. They waited on deck for hours to see it. Still alive to tell it.
Althiser, HowardYN3May 1972 – Feb 1974Ops Had a good time onboard and met a lot of good guys. Still in contact with a couple from Ops after all of these years.
Moss, JohnEN1May 1972 – Nov 1972
Nantz, TonyHT 3May 14, 1972 – Dec 25, 1972EngineeringI was on board as a DC HT 3 while shipping to WesPac For Support, To What we were told was going to Loungbien Via River, where we did take Morter and Arms Fire. We were told this was Extraction And Support ???
Leonhardt, Lin /froggyHT2Jun 1972 – Dec 1975RI went aboard right out of A school, the ship had just settled on the keel blocks in dry dock in SD. Made two West Pac Cruises, both were great. I remember the overhaul at Todd Shipyard in Seattle, WA and the special flag we flew.
Matthes, StevenFTG3Jun 22, 1972 – Oct 1973Weapons
Kremer, JimPC 3Jul 1972 – Oct 1974started on deck in 72 and ended up in post office.trans to tuscallosa 1187 in 74. like to hear from u
Ferry, Richard profile iconEM3Aug 1, 1972 – May 15, 1975EngineeringMade 2 WestPac trips. Home base was Subic Bay.Made shellback when sailed to Sidney Austrailia. Jim Buford, Bauer, Koch, Applegate, Leppert, Lynch, Bowman, Randy Spear
Barkley, DavidQM1Sep 1972 – Nov 1975O I DivisionOf all my duty stations, the Fres was by far the most fun.
Barkley, David HQM3Sep 20, 1972 – Feb 1976O.I.
Lar, Miss3rdSep 21, 1972 – Sep 21, 1973gmg3
McEwen, Kenny/macsn/rmSep 29, 1972 – Jun 6, 1974communicationslooking into contacting shipmates
Wallace, DanRM3Oct 1972 – May 1974OCLooking for Jeff Neindorf, Wally Wauford, Clark Cassell, Jim Grimes, Warren G Smith, Dan Dye, anyone that was in Radio/ET shop during period 1972-74.
Hinchy, FrankLCDROct 22, 1972 – Feb 22, 1974Executive Officer
Noble, EleuterioSKC1973 – 1979
Bormuth, Jeff profile iconHT11973 – 1975R-DivHi everybody! I retired from Reserves at 24 yrs. During 2 wk duty in Long Beach, I went to Fresno's decom ceremony & given the Brig keys. In Pearl Harbor for vaca, we saw the Fresno in the moth ball fleet. Good times!
Cotier, DavidE-4May 1, 1973 – Aug 29, 1975A gangI pretty much grew up on Fresno...LPO's etc during my second enlistment had an easier time because I had become a sailor. Ummmm....did we ever get that sandblasting sand from underneath the aft anchor winch? Never got to call Doyle.."O
Zych, DaveEN3Jul 1973 – Aug 1975MGood times on that ship and alot of good friends and memories from those years
Juliano, RonSNAug 8, 1973 – Aug 8, 19761st. DivisionWe all shared "Great Times" and alot of challanging ones as well. Hope you all well. I think of the times from time to time. Take Care: Ron
Lynch, Timothy/daeeeHTFANov 1973 – Nov 1975RWell I'm sure all my former shipmates will be pleased that I quit drinking in 1976. I now own my own PC Consulting firm. I worked for 23 years in a factory as a welder and in QC. To Froggy. Do you remember the Ultimate Fatomino?

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