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USS Schenectady (LST 1185) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Schenectady (LST 1185). 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 375 crew members registered for the USS Schenectady (LST 1185).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1978 | 1979 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – now

Furr, DavidGMG31976 – 1979
Vire, TerrySH31976 – 1978SUPPLYI was one of the barbers aboard the Skinny-T. Some of my best memories were of the West Pac in 1977 and pulling practical jokes on my good friend and shipmate SK3 Gary Hammonds. A great time in my life....
Inbody, Matt "Booty"GMG2Jan 1976 – Jul 1979!st Div. & 3rd Div.Some of the best times of my life; made 3 WEST-PACS and have great memories of all of them. Proud to have known and served with all of you!
Easley, RalphEN2Apr 2, 1976 – Oct 15, 1979Engine Rm 3, A-Gang
Gonzalez, JoseSM2Apr 16, 1976 – Sep 25, 1989communications
Hedrick, KennethETR2(SW)May 1976 – Sep 1979OCNow an ETC in the reserves.
Waters, GlennSK2May 1976 – Mar 1977S-1Joined the ship in Okinawa on her way back to conus. Only on her for a short time but enjoyed the tour.
Clarke, PatrickPC3May 1976 – Jan 1980AdminHad a blast on the Schenectady. Great friends and great times. Made PCC (SW) converted to NCC (SW)for the last tour of duty before retiring in 1996. Thanks for the great memories.
Bergeron, DavidLCDR(RET)May 1, 1976 – Sep 1, 1978WeaponsLeft active Navy after serving on Schenectady in 78, Stayed with reserves until retirement in 1994 as 0-4. Nice to see so many I served with.
Nutter, WaltEN-1Jun 29, 1976 – 1977Was a good ship I was only on the ship for a short time, A lot of good people on board I remember a few seeger for one all the best to all hands
Long, Kyle (Yo Monz)SNAug 1976 – Jul 19771stMade my first West-Pac on the Skinny T
Bohnen, BillENFNAug 1, 1976 – Dec 1, 1978EOS3, engine room #3Had a good time on the Skinny T. One westpac was enough. Met some great guys. If anyone wants to drop me a line, write me at (yeah, I'm a's my wife's email).
Frank, MarkRMSNDec 1976 – Jan 2, 1980OCLooking through the WESTPAC 77 cruise book and remembering the GPSY ODYSSEY, SN Paul Gachignard where are you? F.Y.I BM3 McNasby and RM2 Shane have passed away, sorry to say
Niedermayer, Larry --needlese3Dec 23, 1976 – Aug 29, 1980boilerwould be niceto hear from ole buddies great times in nj 6kids 11 grand kids was 17 now 50 time to touch base w past
Melis, ErikIC21977 – 1979E Division
Leibold, RobertHOSPITAL CORPSMAN SECOND-CLASS1977 –I was aboard Schenectady while a corpsman with Third Marine Division, during a float from Okinawa to Mindoro, in '77. Discharged from service just weeks after disembarking at Buckner Bay. At one point we were part history's largest task force
Galliher, PatrickOS31977 – 1979OI
Civick, MarkMSSNJan 1977 – Oct 1980supplynow living in orlando fl
Carter, StevenBT3 / BTFRJan 1977 – Mar 1980B DivisionI had a great time, made a few good friends, two West Pacs..But major changes came about........... I walked away! YES, walked away! 11 years later I made amends with the Navy. Now I own two homes, Licensed Elect.
Krogstad, RobQM2Feb 1977 – Jun 29, 1979NavigationI have fond memories of the Skinny-T and still have the Cruise Book from Westpac 77
Krogstad, RobMar 1977 – Jul 1979
Harrison, MikeOS 3Apr 1977 – Aug 29, 1980operationsthis time in my life ranks at the top.the skinny t was home and will be missed in the physical, but not in the spiritual realm.we that served aboard you will always remember you as a fine lady.
Madelo, VivencioMS2Apr 1977 – Jan 1980SypplyI also enjoyed my tour here.
Parker, MichaelLST 1185May 1, 1977 –Kilo Company 3rd Battalion 9th MarinesAs a Marine at Okinawa I was part of WestPac77. I was on Mindoro when the Marine CH53 chopper went down killing 36 Marines. My Wpns Plt. Kilo 3/9 had to get them out. I'll never forget the Typhoon that tore up 1185. JP5 fuel 1"deep below.
Cruz, EloyCORPORALMay 1, 1977 –Kilo Company 3rd Battalion 9th MarinesAlong with Mr Michael Anthony Parker and many others, we had a great time throughout WesPac '77. The fun we had shooting the Crew Served Weapons, Training with the ROC Marines, Hong Kong, Mt Fugi, Tokyo, Olongapo, The Rock, Saipan, Tenian.
Kiefer, John2ndLTMay 1, 1977 –Embarked MarinesI was Kilo/W/3/9 platoon commander. Capt. John Reiner was the Marine CO. Lt. Ray Young my best bud. I dated the Admiral's daughter. Ray and Dale dated the Barracks CO's daughters. Diving on Saipan & Tinian.
Vega, Feliciano Aka(Panama) profile iconMR3 E4May 1, 1977 – Jan 14, 1981EA04/EA09Hello 4 Street Cholos with our Red Bandana, Requesting permission to come aboard, Hand Salute to the best Captain Skinny Tee, ever had when I was on board Cmdr, Frank Giorgio, Salute to my A gang crew, E/A bertingLov
Furr, DavidGMG3Jun 15, 1977 – 1979cant rememberwas looking through year book thinking of the good friends I made on the Skinny T.
Solano, JimmieBM2Sep 1977 – Jun 19812ndI still got my Boatswains pipe u all loved so much , wouldnt change those yrs for nothing ,monte,griego gannon,too tall jones and DISCO !
Crumpacker, ScottSGTOct 1, 1977 – Nov 1, 19773rd Mar HQ Crypto Technician and Ships BarberWill never forget when Capt forgot to drop anchor before hitting the beach at Mindoro, RPI, during MAFLEX 77. The ship was beached like a dead whale for a good part of a day! My compliments to the ships cooks, GREAT CHOW!
Storck, Scottsm2Dec 28, 1977 – Jul 28, 1981operations
Johnson, JohnETC1978 – 1981OEReally enjoyed the Skinny T. Made CPO on her. Retired as Senior Chief. Will permanentely retire in 2007 or 2008
Silliman, Jim, "Smiley"AAFeb 1978 – Mar 1978MAAWas only onboard for a brief time, I was the only Airdale, I worked with the GM's and for the Ships MAA. I wasn't there long but she was still "my first ship." The aviation gig worked out well for me, did 24 years and retired as an AME
White, EricSR-DK2Feb 1978 – Feb 1982deck - supplyWho remembers the theme from Rocky?
Duncan, Jimqm2Mar 28, 1978 – Oct 1981navigationit was new and it was fun. we were all young and wide eyed.
Shook, ChrisENFA-FRMay 1978 – Dec 1980Fuel Oil Water KingSkinny "T" the ship with a smile. We used to play the rocky theme going in or out of port. 1 west pac, I was fuel oil and water king asst. and had a blast. just wish I had kept my nose clean. I'm in AA now and I'm a biker. liveing in C
Kammerman, JerryQM2Aug 15, 1978 – Nov 9, 1979navigationLiving in Sugar Land, Texas
Nelson, HarryHT2Sep 19, 1978 – Dec 28, 1981engineeringHey guys It just blew me away reading everyones names. Brought back so many memories, I had to get the ships year book out. I was and still so proud to have served with such great guys
Eystad, Gerald JackSM3Oct 25, 1978 – Jun 6, 1982ocholy crap... somebody e-mail me

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