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USS Anchorage (LSD 36) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Anchorage (LSD 36). 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 710 crew members registered for the USS Anchorage (LSD 36).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1979 | 1980 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1992 | 1993 – 1994 | 1995 – 1997 | 1998 – 1999 | 2000 – 2001 | 2002 – now

Conrad, MarvinBT31971 – 1975Bthis is first time trying to contact old computer skills are vary limited but would be willing to give it my best effort .to email back.really miss the good old days aboard the old flatbottom tug!!! had a lot good memorys !!!
Walsh, DennisETNSNJan 1971 – Dec 1973OperationsIt's the people that made it memorable. Craig Fisher, etc.
Brunette, SteveFNJan 5, 1971 – Sep 30, 1971MHated every minute of it but I also learned many valuable lessons.
Harrington, KimRM3Jan 7, 1971 – Sep 15, 1972RadiomanThe USS Anchorage was quite an experience for me as it was my second second command and my newest ship. I had the great experience of traveling to Australia and returning to ports I'd known in my first two years at sea.
Mattox, EdCYN3Jan 10, 1971 – Oct 1, 1971Radio GroupWent to Diego Garcia via Sydney, Austrilia and Perth, Austrilia carrying communicationeauipment into the Indian Ocean Ocean. On the way back to San Diego, the ship stopped in Hong Kong and Subic Bay, Phillipines.
Daffron, WileyBT3Jan 17, 1971 – Aug 24, 1972BCould not wait to get off this ship. But met some people I will never forget. Thanks to all those who made ship board life better.
Anderson, AaronEM3Feb 1, 1971 – Jan 4, 1974E-
Broadbent, PhilBMSM/SMSNFeb 1, 1971 – Aug 15, 1974OC/1stLots of good memories. Still have cruise book that contains full itnnnerary from 2 Feb,71 to 24 July,72. If anyone wants to contact me my # is 816-580-3366 and E-MAIL Sorry to here of her decomissioning.
Sulkosky, Phillip / "Ski"...."the Hobbit"SEAMAN / ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANFeb 10, 1971 – Mar 5, 1972O.I. (The Best!) "Twidget Haven"Most Captains masts in the history of the ship to date of leaving ship. Cruised to Alaska, Australia, Diego Garcia, "old" Hong Kong, Sasebo & back and forth to Nam alot! Drained all the green San Miguel from Olongopo City! What a ride! Miss
Brackett, MichialRM#Mar 15, 1971 – Jun 15, 1973OPSI served aboard this great old lady with some good-ol-boys. Made a couple of West-pac cruises, made some good memories, some bad, but aint that the way it goes. Sorry to see her decommed.
Geurin, MikeRM3May 1971 – Dec 1972OperationsGreat Ship! Great Crew! The bad times are far outweighed by the good times and experiences I remember.
Robitaille, PaulFTG2Jun 10, 1971 – Oct 27, 19723rd Division WeaponsA good ship, sad to hear of her being used as a target when decomissioned but I suppose it was a more fitting end. Looking for GMG3 Epenesa, GMG3 Holcomb and FTG3 Mattson
Clem, FrederickPN2Sep 2, 1971 – Aug 25, 1972ADMINI was only onboard ANCHORAGE for about one year. However, learned a lot from my time onboard. After ANCHORAGE, I reenlisted, advanced to PNC and received a commission under the LDO Program. Retired as LCDR in 1995.
Shockley, MikeRM3Oct 1971 – 1972Beachmaster Unit 1Hi to Dennis Waddill and Pat Humphrey from Charlie Co., and Mike Geurin and Kim Harrington from the radio shack
Williamson, DennisDK3Oct 4, 1971 – Oct 3, 1973Supply - Payroll - Disbursing ClerkI ws one of the two guys in the payroll office who made sure you all got paid on time and did your taxes for you at 5 bucks a shot - maybe lent you a buck or two now and then on occasion. ON the deck force before that
Humphrey, PatSEAMANDec 3, 1971 – Sep 6, 1972BMU-1BMU-1 was a temporary assigned duty on LSD-36
Pittman, JerryE-5 POSTAL CLERK1972 – 1972Admin
Reker, DouglasOS21972 – Oct 25, 1973OI
Burris, WalrusBT3Jan 1, 1972 – Jul 26, 1975B DIVISIONMADE A LOT OF GOOD FRIENDS HERE. SERVED IN NUMBER ONE FIREROOM-hated firesides and watersides, but proud to be a snipe
Burris, Ron "walrus"BT3Jan 2, 1972 – Jun 29, 1975SHELLBACK FOREVER-MADE A LOT OF GOOD FRIENDS-
Rude, JeffreyMSSNJan 6, 1972 – Oct 8, 1975SupplyMax barrios how is it going. call me at to the rest of my ship mates were still cooking
Coughlin, Richard (Rick)sk3May 1972 – May 22, 1974supplydon, green, marty stover, jeff rude, max barrios please give me a call
Saulls, KenHT-2May 10, 1972 – Dec 8, 1972RepairVery memorable, even though most of those memories are bad ones having to work under LTJG Finney. I do have some good memories of some of the people that I met while onboard, and my last tour of duty in Viet Nam waters.
Hill, David LeeSGTJun 2, 1972 – Aug 2, 1972USMCShore Party from Canton, NC
Ramirez, Martin RamjetMM3Jul 1972 – 1975MEngine room #2, the best.
Hawkins, Lord profile iconSMSA-SMSNAug 1, 1972 – Jul 1, 1973CommsHi shipmates, I reported aboard 8/72 in Subic Bay, WesPac 71-72 as a SMSA. Learned alot from SMC Washington;SM1 Bartoszek;SM3 Sanders;SM3 Miller;SMSN Schwartz;SMSN Broadbent. 1st of 7 ships, 9 Wespacs, Retired 1993.
Kyle, Harold /haHT2Aug 15, 1972 –R?REPAIRWent on fist WESPAC,Turn around.Australia/Deigo Garcia.WESPAC 71/72 Ran tool issue room 1972,Oct1971 Sailor of the month
Ramirez, MartinMM3Sep 1972 – Jul 1975M
Seader, BillBT3Sep 1972 – Jul 25, 1975B
Cincotta, RichCT2 (OS)Sep 15, 1972 – Jul 8, 1973OIAfter downsizing personnel in my rating, the Navy stored me on the Anchorage for a year rather than give me an early out. What a waste of my time and their money.
Barrios, Max A.CS3Oct 1972 – May 1974Suppy
Stover, Marvin ( Marv )FIREMANOct 4, 1972 – Apr 21, 1974AHTFN Robert Kingery give me a call at 505-533-6952. served with you 72-74 anchorage photomart. marv
Stover, Marvin ( Marv )FNOct 4, 1972 – May 4, 1974A gangRobert Kingery HNFN, please give me a call, (505)-533-6952. Last time I seen you was when you stayed with Eva and I on Guam. Gibb's Piziak's not doing well and would like to hear from you, I have his number Gibbs give me a call for Numb
Stover, MarvinENFNOct 4, 1972 – May 1974AHey guys hope your alive and doing well. Anybody wants to give me a call, sure be glad to hear from you. 505-681-3616.
Kelly, JoeEN3Nov 1972 – Sep 1975A GangGood Times & Good Memories
Barnes, DouglasHT3Nov 2, 1972 – Aug 1975RI loved my experience on the Anchorage. First and only ship I was on. I want to thanks to my Division commander, LTJG Noah, Master Chief Stevens, and 1st class Clark and Ruben For their support to a 19 yr. Kid.
Hookway, AlanBM2Dec 7, 1972 – Sep 10, 19752ndWhat a way to start my Navy career , made alot of memories and met alot of good people. It is good to see names of friends on this list .RM3 Brackett what a surprise to see your name again.
Parks, WillardMMFNDec 18, 1972 – Aug 28, 1975M
Preston, TomSH3Dec 20, 1972 – Aug 10, 1975Supply
Obrien, MichaelE-3Dec 30, 1972 – Apr 16, 1974RI went on to bigger and better duty in beautiful Newport, RI but still remember all.

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