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USS Barbour County (LST 1195) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Barbour County (LST 1195). 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 335 crew members registered for the USS Barbour County (LST 1195).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1989 | 1990 – now

Rossiter, MikeBM31973 – 1974DeckSome of my best memories where on this boat;; Looking for Cliff and John Zarbock ; Give me a holler !
Sisco, WesleyE11973 – 1975A1Right after I got out and went to Oregon A few months went by and I walked into a bar and sat down next to Chef Bennit HT he said he knew we would see each other again...
Hansen, SteveRMJan 1973 – Mar 1975operationsplank owner and 2+ great years with a great crew with awesome memories.
Goldener, RichardQM3Feb 1973 – Nov 1975Signal/Navigationreported on board after transferred from USS Cayuga. Sailed with a great group of guys: Chief Richardson, Jackson, Rivera, Lockett, Mikulas to name a few. Looking for any pictures, mine stolen!!
Uss Barbour County Lst 1195, Mike profile iconBM 3Feb 1973 – Aug 19742nd division deck deptLooking for John or Cliff Zarbock or any infomation that anyone has concerning them. I spent the better part of two (2) years on the Barbour County and of the 3 ships she was by far and away my favorite.
Rivera, JuanQMCS RET.Feb 15, 1973 – Dec 15, 1975X/NLOOKING FOR FELLOW SHIPMATES
Hanson, BobbyHT2Mar 1973 – Jul 1976Enginering
Grant, BenGMGSNMar 15, 1973 – Dec 23, 19752ndDid three west-pacs on the Barbour County, had some good times. Made some great friends, hope to hear from some of you I served with. I am in touch with several of the old guys, and I do mean OLD. Still looking for others, E-Mail me.
Bolduc, SteveE1Mar 15, 1973 – Feb 3, 1975deck force
Szafranski, MichaelIC3Apr 1973 – Sep 1973EThis was my first ship. It was a temporary assignment till Nuclear Power school started. We spent the summer on a midshipmen cruise to Pearl Harbor, Yokosuka and Hong Kong. Had a blast!
Nicholson, William R ( Nick By Crew ) profile iconETR-3Apr 25, 1973 – Sep 10, 1974Electronics Tech & O.S. CIC CrewSpent time in E.T. Shack Till They Kicked Me Out & Had Me Work With O.S. CIC Crew , Bellino , Hogan , Chief Brennan. Crew Credited Me Saving Ship around 3 Jan 74 as we headed thru China Slot on way to Hong Kong R & R.
Hall, MauriceMIDSHIPMANJun 1973 – Aug 1973
Casterline, DaveMS3Jun 17, 1973 – May 10, 1978supplywhere is steve bryan (yogi)
Thompson, JoeRM3Sep 10, 1973 – May 24, 1974Radio RmI remember Chief Debord, Al Dahl, Steve Hansen, Victor Argimosa,Mike Souza,Wild Bill Johnston. Al use to visit. Its been a long time between visits, hope he is fine. Where is Smooth?
Loos, LeonfaOct 1973 – Jan 1976engineeringCan't believe it has been 40 yrs. Participated in Operation Frequent Wind and Eagle Pull 2 West Pacs Great times mostly hope everyone is well miss some of my buddies
Michie, DanEM2Oct 2, 1973 – Sep 9, 1976EngFound EM2 Ian White and Pete
Michie, DanEM2Nov 14, 1973 – Sep 9, 1976"E"2 WestPacs. There in '75 when Vietnam evacuation took place. Worked with Ian White, Stan Nedzia, Dave Corvo, Chief Hackner.
Wilson, LarryYN2Dec 19, 1973 – May 20, 1978XLOOKING FOR YNC JJ MILLER III. Was on board during Operation Frequent Wind. It was my only command. Reunite with old shipmates last few summers at Short Stay Naval Recreation in S.C.
Riley, DouglasEN2Feb 16, 1974 – Mar 14, 1974DeckTAD (ACU-1 LCM8) deck loaded on the flight deck, gave us a ride home from VN. Thanks!
Fitzgibbons, Michael FitzgibbonsRM3Feb 19, 1974 – Jan 19, 1975CommunicationsWhere is Victor Argimosa, Al Dahl, Stephen Hansen Mike Souza, Wild Bill Johnston, Larry Rader, Hicks and Tinsman
Muscarello, Peter ( Musky )FNApr 4, 1974 – Dec 12, 1977A&MI had a lot of good times and not so good times on board. We definitely had a great crew during my time aboard. I miss a lot of the guys. I still keep in touch with Russ Ashby and Dan Mitchie. Would like to hear from oth
Palmisano, AllanOS2Jun 15, 1974 – Nov 29, 1979OS4 1/2 years of "it's not just a job, it's an adventure" Despetately seeking a copy of '79 cruise book !!! If you remember me please contact at Looking forward to seeing everyone at reunion in Vegas this
Cain, JoeE-1Aug 21, 1974 – Nov 30, 1976engine room #3 I was stoned during dry dock and didnt want to climb down the ermergency ladder to do my sound @security watch. just gundecked the report. then the boiler really blew. hey Mike Weems call me (270) 816-6752
Anderson, JoeBM2Sep 1974 – Jun 1978Deck
Casterline, DavidMS3Sep 1974 – Jun 28,
Irvine, James (Jay)HM3 NOW HMCSOct 1974 – Jul 1976Medical
Labrake, JohnHMOct 1974 –Embarked MarinesWhat a wild ride! Two floats to PI, Hong Kong, etc. Embarked from Okinawa.
Bell, DavidSRNov 5, 1974 – Dec 16, 19751st Division, "A" SectionWorked for Ist Division, A section, Was there for evacuation of South Viet Nam, April, May 1975, and when deployed for rescue of USMS Mayaguez May 1975, Helped relocation of Evacuees to Grande Island, Clean up of ship afterwards, Nightmare.
Randolph, BobEN 3Nov 12, 1974 – Nov 11, 1977Eng RM 1 & 2Looking for BT Rob Edwards. Had a good time on this ship. Ok to email me.
Souza, Michaelrm3Nov 19, 1974 – May 24, 1976radio shackfeel free to e-mail
Swint, RickyBT2Dec 1974 – Sep 16, 1978MI wonder where and how all the guys that were in A&M are now.I would like to see all you.I could not believe they sank our boat! Will never foget Subic,Thailand,and all the places we went. Great times.All take care. Ric.
Swint, RickyBT2Dec 1974 – Sep 1978MHad some great times on Barbour County. Met alot of good people Bob Randolf, Edwards, Tom Hayden , Sharpe ,Ashby , Del Ferrio, and many more. Miss all you guys and all the great places, on 2 Westpacs.
Lambert, JohnnyRMSNDec 10, 1974 – Sep 22, 1976CommunicationsHey It's me Johnny (CHERRY-BOY) Lambert west-pac radioman 75-76 feel free to E-MAIL
Smith, Scott R.1ST DIVISION A SECTIONDec 12, 1974 – Apr 10, 1978I am the eldest daughter of SN Scott R. Smith who served aboard this vessel. He past away on Dec. 17, 1997. I would like to know if anyone served with him and could tell me more about him.Please email me at Thnx.
Swint, RickyB.T.2Dec 28, 1974 – Sep 16, 1978A&M
Jordan, JimmyE-21975 – 1979fpo san fransico california
Piaczynski, Harry (Ski)SIGNALMAN 1ST CLASS1975 – May 26, 1978When I left herm I had tears in my eyes, 20 years went fast. I left her in good hands and left behind the greatest crew and best Dam signal gang a guy could ask for; They always say you go out leaving the Best! Gator Sailor All the Way
Garriott, Anthony (Smiley)HTE31975 – 1978served with ht1 smith ( best dam leader a guy could have. cant remember many of ythe guys.was there when we lost a boiler at kenya, i remeber subic bay ,we all said we were going there to live when we where out of the navy, wonder if anyone
Binder, PaulDECK APE1975 – May 19781stgr8 times gr8 buds,rook.buford,lamb,YOGI,fuiava,good times on the fantail,in subic,THAILAND,runnin over a bonka boat,puttin vps in rough seas,2 many good memories2 list,fu_k the bad 1s email me gr8 2 hear from you all miss you guys
Weems, Michael A. "spot"EN1975 – 1977#1 engine roomlooking for anyone who worked in the #1 engine room and trying to find joe cain worked/hung out with mike rodgers, parsons, kaQuatos, english, mark mosley, joe cain, joe glick albritton, tezbar. chief rurer took care of me for a while
Young, Michaele51975 – 1979second
Hays, AlRMCJan 1975 – Dec 1976OCA most memorable tour of duty, good crew, good ship and interesting events. Will never forget the evac. of Vietnam. Wonder if anyone ever found the legs to the bosuns chair they kept looking for...
Lacy, LowellHM1 / HM2Jan 8, 1975 – Sep 8, 1975MedicalThe absolute worse command in twenty years of service. Glad to see the ship no longer exists. To bad the Captain and XO at the time couldn't have went down with her.
Slavin, PeterBM2Feb 1975 – Apr 19761st
Sweet, JerryCPLMar 1975 – Jul 1975Marine detachment, hotel & HQ 3/12Lot of good friend, Operation frequent winds.
Allen, James D. , Jr.SGT/E-5Apr 4, 1975 – May 29, 1975Hq 3rd Service Bn, 3rd MarDiv, FMF, Marine Detachment for Operation Frequent Wind - Fall of Saigon
Sheldon, Kenos3May 1, 1975 – 1977oi
Stoffa, DickRM2May 15, 1975 – Oct 30, 1978OCMiss all you guys, had some hairy times and some great fun. Wish you all fair weather and following seas!
Guinn, StanQM3May 29, 1975 – May 21, 1977OSExcellent command; great crew; most impressionable time of my life.
Bresee, William (Bill)ENS/LTJGJul 1975 – Jun 1977SupplyBC's third Supply Officer
Young, MichaelGMG2Aug 21, 1975 – Jan 1, 19792nd Deck Mount 32 Gun Captain/ArmoryHey ya'll.Thirty years sure does go by quickly. There is'nt a day that goes by now that I don't think about or use some experience from the crew of Barbour County1195 or reflect on some hair raising general quarters. See you at the reunion.
Rogers, MichealEN2Nov 19, 1975 – Dec 1, 1979Engineering
Weems, Michael A. "Spot"EMDec 1975 – Sep 1977Engineering #1 Engine Room

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