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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 704 crew members registered for the USS Anchorage (LSD 36).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Liggett, Dave (Short Shit)MM21973 – 1976MLots of good times, lots of Captain's Masts
Richard, Chuck "Doc"HM4-1973 – 1973MedicalI was only on the Anchorage for about 6 months. I have good memories of my time on board. I left the Anchorage to go to Medical Deep Sea Diving School in Washington, D.C. What I recall the most is my promotion to E-4.
Ducros, BobbyGMGSN1973 – 19753rd
Croft, Art profile iconHT21973 – May 14, 1976RHad 2 great West Pac tours and a lot of friends. My nickname was "Crafty." I look forward to hearing from somebody I knew back then. Got a tour just before the Anchorage was decommissioned.
Mason, AlanMM 3rd Class1973 – Apr 14, 1975M Div.
Current, EdSNJan 1973 – 1974ET ShopI arrived fresh out of boot camp barely 17 yr. old and ended leaving the ship for ET school in the middle of west-pac. One night we 'borrowed' an admiral?s barge, docked it in the well deck, and left a Kitty Hawk ball cap for 'evidence�
Green, DonOS2Mar 1973 – Oct 1976Deck 1st OiI was a boat coxswain my first 18 months then became an OS.
Richards, JamesLTJGMar 18, 1973 – Nov 16, 1975DeckMany fond memories
Rosenblatt, Larry (Rosey)OS2Apr 1973 – Feb 1976OI
Bescan, AlanQM3May 1973 – Dec 1976Navigationwill never forget becomming a Shellback! Would be interested in going to a ship's reunion.
Dougall, StanleySK3May 1973 – Dec 1974SK DivisionGoodship. Met a lot of really good Sailors. Made one WestPac.
Nash, Barkley "BT"RM2May 1, 1973 – Dec 27, 1974OperationsCertainly 19 months I'll never forget.
Claus, Frederick (Rick)QM E-3May 3, 1973 – Aug 27, 1976NavigationStarted in Deck then became a Quartermaster.Many good memories.Made a lot of friends. Became a Shellback.Was a qualified helmsmen for sea and anchor detail and underway replenishment.Would be interested in going to a ship's reunion.
Lee, Charles JerrySK2Jun 1973 – Jan 1977SKServed as OPTAR Storekeeper. Made 2 WestPac cruises and a namesake cruise to Anchorage, AK.
Brown, JamesE-4/BTOct 2, 1973 – Mar 31, 1977B DivisonI was in #2 BOILER ROOM
Lacelle, DennisETN 3Dec 7, 1973 – Aug 23, 1977OperationsMy tour of duty on board was long but, for the most part, enjoyable. I worked and and made friends with many that I am still in contact with today. There are some I would still enjoy knowing where you are. Ray Parker, Mike Hoffman, to name a few.
Black, LonnyDECK APE1974 – 19751ston board only 1 and a half years before going shore duty at oil recovery 32nd street.Did west pac 75,hard work on anchorage,but I loved it and my shipmates.Hi to Kevin,Jack,James,JJ Mckinsey and many others.Love the navy.
Fulmer, JamesHT31974 – 1977
Mezel, JimMMFN1974 – 1975
Hutchison, RobertBMC1974 – 19781st
Arthur, BradleyEM 31974 – 1975unknown
Nowlin, MikeEN 21974 – 1976A SURE IS FUN LOOKING BACK
Noll, DaveRM3Jan 15, 1974 – Dec 18, 1975OperationsWill never forget all the good times along with some of the bad ones. 2 Westpac cruises and 1 to Alaska
Martin, SkiQMMar 8, 1974 – Nov 25, 1975I miss the guys and would like to here from some of them. Ski (always in trouble)
Rohrer, SteveMMFNApr 1974 – Dec 1975EHated most of it but look back on it fondly and came to realize that this experience set me up for life-thanks! Subic, Hong Kong, Taiwan & Japan w/Ligget, Ramjet, Fairchild, Conrad, Reese, Beck and Mac. It was worth every Captain's Mast.
Darrell Debo, Meatftg3Apr 1974 – Aug 1977DECK
Hulsey, SteveSNJun 1974 – May 1976DeckGood Old Days
Deutermann, SteveLTJGJun 4, 1974 – May 1, 1977
Loflin, RobertOS4Jun 16, 1974 – Jun 16, 1978OI
Scimia, FrancisEMFMJul 24, 1974 – Apr 8, 1975A Division
Johnstone, KevinHM3Aug 1974 – Jan 1975O1I learned of the decommision just days after. Wish I had been there. Many great memories of many great shipmates. Thanks for the memories.
Stilwell, RayGMG3/2Sep 1974 – 1976Gunnery
McDonald, William(bill)E3Oct 15, 1974 – Jul 15, 19771sti had some goodtimes aboard the oldgirl remember lonny black and kevin snow ,haugney and the marine bayonet accident i was hoping to get in contact with some of my shipmates hope too hear from yoi all soon
Dichter, BarryFTG2Nov 22, 1974 – 1977WeaponsWestPac 75, Still in touch with Darrell Debo, Ray Jarve & Ens Deutermann. I am the guy who gave Ens JJ Richards his moniker after he chased the Jackstaff aound the Pacific one foggy midwatch. He sent me to Mast & LOST!!
Petersen, "Pete"SMSN1975 – Sep 15, 1976Only served about a year after my previous ship the Richard B. Anderson DD-786 got decommissioned. The guys abord the Anchorage were like a family and I'd live to touch base with some of them again.
Parker, RobertETN21975 – 1979OE01Check in day supposed to be "welcome aboard" at San Diego pier. Checked in as family watched from pier, and also as XO signed orders shouting "cast off"! No clue ship was getting underway for WestPac. Stepped on as LPO!
Thor, MikeRm31975 – 1977oc / radio shackmade some good friends, will never forget them or the boat and the places we went. can't say i loved the experience then but i would not have traded it for anything.
McClendon, LarryHT21975 –R
Shdeed, John (Johnboy)MM3Jan 1975 – Mar 1978M and A gangMy time on board ship was the best. Going on two West Pacs was wild. I met alot of friends on board and would love to see everyone agian at a reunion.
Davis, Raymond R C DavisPC3Feb 10, 1975 – Aug 28, 1978Personal
Gillis, Lawrence (Larry)MM2Feb 10, 1975 – May 9, 1978Engineering (Aft Engineroom)
Bantista, EdwardmmfnMar 1975 – Dec 1978M
Nance, DavidMM3Mar 3, 1975 – Sep 28, 1978MPIT SNIPE #2 ENGINE ROOM SHORT SHIT #1MM,RALPH JUDD #1BOSS,JOHN BOY,MAC,BEBOP,WILLIE PARKS ( SCARHEAD) ALL MM'S & BT'S GOOD TIMES dnance@arl.army.mil
Turner, MacE 3Mar 15, 1975 – Aug 27, 1976deck
Martz, DavidBT-2Jun 1975 – Jun 1980B
Gerlach, EricMM 1Jun 15, 1975 – Jun 15, 1978Engine RoomGreat times in Subic BAY and on board
Hovorka, GeorgeRMSASep 1, 1975 – Jun 1, 1977Radio ShackHad a fantastic time...Great friends...2 WESTPAC's and all kinds of trouble but still a superb experience for a 17/19year old
Miller, RodEN2Sep 15, 1975 – Sep 15, 1977A Div
Foos, HarveySH3Dec 20, 1975 – Jun 26, 1978Supply My first ship. Lots of good mates and memories. I ran the ship's store and laundry while I was on board. Great spades games!

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