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USS Duluth (LPD 6) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Duluth (LPD 6). 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 879 crew members registered for the USS Duluth (LPD 6).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1965 | 1966 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 – 1996 | 1997 – 1998 | 1999 – 2000 | 2001 – 2002 | 2003 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Isaacson, Rocky1974 – 1975X
Johnson, Jeffrey JjABF1974 – 1975airdept.trying to reach shipmates, especially Ralph Gengo. Tom Burke
Villasenor, AlbertoRM31974 – 1975Communications
Senner, DannyRM31974 – Mar 1976Communications
Johnson, Jerry D.HT2Jan 1974 – Jun 1978RReported E-1 left HT2 Worked in R-Div 1st Then sent to Mn 1 with the BT's Spent 4 mo of the 75 Westpac in Mn 1 Got transfered to R-Div again to strike for HT I still tell stories about the day BTFN Melvin threw crows foot at me
Fernandez, AlbertE-4Jan 4, 1974 – Sep 28, 1976administrationThe postal clerk who had a blast on this ship and half way aroundthe world
Burke, TomPN2Feb 15, 1974 – Apr 1, 1978XBest tour of my military life. Wish I appreciated it more. 2 WESPAC's, Vietnam Evacuation, Olongapo/Subic City, Japan, Thailand, Singapore. Mojo, "Freebird", Rhinestone Cowboy
Haberman, OrrinEnsignMar 1974 – Dec 19752nd, 3rd
Biggs, WalkerMM3Apr 1974 – Sep 1974AMy first ship. Only onboard a short time waiting for Nuke School. Learned a lot. During Midshipmen cruise learned to tear down and repair A/C unit in San Fran with all other POs gone due to family and medical reasons.
Irvine, PaulMM2May 1974 – Oct 1979WOW, the Duluth is gone, time passes. I grew up, learned alot, some of it was good! Frank B are you out there? Joe Montano where are you? Bill Skar? After reading everything here I stand a little straighter. There are people I knew!
Scully, RaymondSEAMANJun 1974 – May 1976BMMiss those day's,west pac 1975 If I only knew then what I know now,lol.Any one who rembers me may contact me looking forward to it.All is well and enjoying life
Butler, PatrickSMSNJun 4, 1974 – May 26, 1976oc/osTo all USS Duluth crew members. the West Coast Reunion will be held in San Diego the Spring of 2017. For more details and hotel location call Patrick Butler, 605-659-1229. We have over 50 crew members onboard to attend.
Jordan, Kelly D.AIRMAN APPRENTICEOct 1974 – Aug 24, 1976AIRIt is painful to see this ship decomissioned, I visited her at pier 8 in 1998. Even then she showed the wear of time. My service on the Duluth was one of my best times in life, I didn't appreciate it then, I do now.
Ciafrei, TerryBM3Oct 10, 1974 – Sep 12, 19781ST 2ND Looking back. Besides my wife and kids. This was the best time of my life. What an amazing opportunity to travel to other country's, learning about other cultures. It seemed like a lifetime of experiences in four years.
Thomas Parks Jr., PapabearparksABH3Nov 1974 – Aug 1978Air departmentSorry to hear the Dirty D was decommissioned she was a good ship had a lot of good times aboard. Sure hope they're going to commission another Duluth. It would make me proud.
Zeiler, Willie(z-man)MMNov 1, 1974 – Nov 1, 1976join the navy,see the world.one west pack and a lot of party
Turpin, MikeMMFNNov 8, 1974 – Jan 28, 1976MI worked # 1 E.R. Got out in 85. Then woked Gov. 1st gulf war, then for the State.
Barrera, VictorianoSM3Nov 29, 1974 – Sep 28, 1978CommunicationI will never forget my first Navy experience, starting in Deck Dept. and making the choice of becoming designated Signalman, a choice well made. Total of 23 years, still have dreams about it.
Morgan, BobBMC/WO1Dec 1974 – Aug 1975ASDV
MacMillan, DavidBT1975 – 1977Served in fireroom #2.
Watson, DavidRM21975 – 1977OCPicked up the ship in Thailand. Enjoyed my time with the Radio Gang. Great crew. Ops had a great team.
Dominello, DavidAE-31975 – 1978VictorI will never forget the good times I had on 2 Westpacs. What a good ship. I am sad to see it go. It was " Bold in Action " I hope you all have had good lives, and memories too.
Watson, DavidRM21975 – 1977OCGreat bunch in Comm - Tom Bennett, Don Barnett, Greg Bebeou(?), Johnny Davis, Joe Fossi, John Woydzak, Max Amrine. We worked hard and played hard.
Watson, DavidRM21975 – 1977OC
Branco, CarlE-4Jan 3, 1975 – Sep 24, 1978#2 FireroomWouldn't trade the time spent for "nearly" anything. My Son in now a Navy Air/Sea/Combat Rescue Swimmer and an E-5 with many decorations. 3rd generation Navy.
MacMillan, DavidE-1Jan 20, 1975 – Nov 13, 1977B T
Garza, BillLt (jg)Feb 2, 1975 – Jun 1, 1978Deck Department (2nd division)I had a good time onboard the ship and made many friends. I hope everyone is doing well.
McTernan, Lawrence "doc McTee"HM3Apr 15, 1975 – May 10, 1975Embaked with BLT 3/9I was an FMF platoon corpsman with Mike 3/9, though I served myrad capacities before, during & after Freq Wind. Performed day and nighttime medivacs with ships' crew aboard LCVPs, went on chppers to embassy twice, pulled weather deck duty
Ott, EdHTJul 1975 – Jan 1978Engineering
Blatt, Stephenmm3Jul 1975 – Mar 1978m divison neg room 2 we had a lot of good times ,,,we drank a lot and we partyed,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,had our way with the ladys in PI and in the home port and in dry dock at the hichen post ....................................................
Fleming, PaulMM3Oct 1975 – May 1979Engineering #2 Engineroom
Warning, DelbertGMG 2Oct 22, 1975 – Jan 17, 19803 rdWould love to hear from any of the buddies I had In the four years I spent on her. She was a great ship and was saddened to hear of her decommisioning. I wished many a time I could have revisited her.
Miles, KevinHT2Nov 9, 1975 – Sep 6, 1977
Crawford, RandyE3Dec 14, 1975 – Aug 21, 19771ST
Marshall, GlennEW31976 – 1979OE Looking for Steph Kong,Pat Curley? Made 2 West-Pacs in late 70's including Fiji,Australia and New Caldedonia. Anyone remember the Un-Rep collision with the Oiler Mispillion in S. China Sea,Cane off Korea,storm off Columbia River..Olongapo !!!!!!!
Espinosa, DougAN1976 – 1979AIRI would not trade my naval service experience for anything in the world. I was somewhat saddened when I herad she'd been decommissioned.
Williams, DuaneYN31976 – 1979XSeasick Willie. My only tour on a ship. Legal yeoman and Operations Yeoman. Enjoyed the ship and most of the crew. Remember all the ports we visited and had a good time.
Henry, Davidbm1976 – 19802nd
Henrickson, JeffreyABH31976 – 1978air divisionone of the best times for ayoung man . the friendship of my fellow sailors will never beforgotten. one of the greastest times of my life.
Loewe, MichaelABH3Jan 1976 – Sep 1979Air Department / V DivisionThis was truely one of the greatest times in my life. Had some great buddies and some great times, like Dave Dominello, Ricky Bays, Gerry Bouley, Paul Peterson, Skip Wilpula, Mike Hamner & Charles Subramani. Are you still there. Good Luck.
Winters, EarlE3- ICFeb 1976 – Sep 1979Enginering-Intercomunacations ElectricanI miss my friends. Aaron Gullett, James A Smith
Hamlin, GE-3Apr 6, 1976 – Oct 20, 1978BTAssigned to #1 Fireroom
Kamholtz, GaryAD3May 1976 – May 1978AIRAfter just leaving a carrier, the Duluth was a totally different experience. I was glad to get back to a flattop and the real Naval Aviation. To all you guys that helped LPD-6 win the coveted Gold E, full sails, calm sea
Putt, BarryETN3May 30, 1976 – Jul 10, 1977Operations
Scroggins, PeteBTCSJun 1976 – Oct 1981BRAN THE AFTER MAIN SPACE. FIRST MAN ON DULUTH TO BECOME ESWS QUALIFIED.
Brooks, AndrewSMSNJun 1976 – May 1979OC-OS
Amrine, MaxRMCSJun 1976 – Sep 1979OCPARTICIPATING IN THE USS DULUTH CREWMEMBER ASSOCIATION
Mike Pearson, GunzGMGSN to GMG2Jun 1, 1976 – Jul 11, 19793RD DividsionGreat crew and many very good memories. What happened to Zahara and Germono?
Blackman, Carlew seamanJun 9, 1976 – Sep 19, 1977cic teamLiving in the Philippines now and having lots of fun
Vinas, RicardoMSC - MSCSJul 1976 – Nov 1978SupplyThe best ship I had been on. It was an honor to have served her. We had the best Supply Department in the fleet under LCDR Gallitz and the best COs under Capt Grimes and Matthews. Retired in 1992 after 30 years. Thanks for the memories!
Norcross, WilliamYN3Sep 16, 1976 – Nov 5, 1979AdminHope to see you all at the next reunion (August 2017)
Williams, James (Willie)HTCSOct 1976 – Jul 1979(R)i retired frome this ship.we had a great crew loved it.
Garcia, FelipeMM2Oct 10, 1976 – May 30, 1980ENGAnyone out would like to hear from you.
Allen, DaveABH3Nov 7, 1976 – Aug 12, 1980Air/VictorIt was a great place to start. Chief Smalley, Lt. Finney....great mentors. The rest o' you guys, Brothers-in-arms.....all of us, just learnin' how to learn. To you Lifers, I'm proud o' You! From The Lone Star State!

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