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USS Cleveland (LPD 7) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Cleveland (LPD 7). 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 604 crew members registered for the USS Cleveland (LPD 7).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1987 | 1988 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – 1999 | 2000 – 2003 | 2004 – now

Houde, DarianMM1967 – 1969Met some nice guys while overseas.
Conklin, RobertSeaman First Class1967 – Mar 25, 1968ReligiousI am submitting information for my father, hoping to communicate with anyone who might remember him from his time on the Cleveland. Robert I. Conklin. He worked for the chaplain, was injured on the ship 3/25/68
Trout, RobertE-81967 – 1969ElectricalLooking for anyone who servers with my father senior chief Robert trout
Cox, Cecil (Eddie)BM3Jan 1967 – Jun 19682ND DIV.THE STEAMING CLEVE. ONE HECK OF A SHIP & CREW.
Delcogliano (Del), RobertPN2Jan 31, 1967 – Oct 2, 1968plank owner. First PN on board. Great ship Love it and worked hard. Retired PNCM with 30 years
Phillips, AlexanderHM2Feb 1, 1967 – Jan 28, 1969HPre-com detail to transfer to LKA-112.
Piccone, MarkRM2Feb 10, 1967 – Apr 1, 1970C-1Plankowner.
McKelvy, JamesETN 2Mar 1967 – Sep 17, 1968OEComissioning crew. Plank owner. On Clevelands first WestPAC cruise.
Campbell, AlanETN 3Mar 10, 1967 – Jun 4, 1968oeLooking for other OE division Plankowners.
Church, Lewis "Paul"PN3Apr 1967 – Jul 1968PersonnelPlank owner and designed the ship's logo with ENS Tims. Originally sent to Pascagula then trans to the pre com detail in Norfolk worked with Boats sending our guys out on short tours to gain sea experience.
Ward, GordonUSS CLEVELAND LPD-7Apr 2, 1967 – Dec 18, 1969EIc-3
Sanders, GeorgeIC3Apr 2, 1967 – Apr 13, 1970EPlank Owner Retired from LA Army Ammunitions Plant as a Tool and Diemaker. I am a certified Firearms instructor for Louisiana 4H working with children ages 9 to 18.
Hecker, LeonardIC3Apr 7, 1967 – Oct 12, 1968E
Hecker, LeonardIC3/E4Apr 8, 1967 – Oct 18, 1968EPrecom and plankowner
Autry, William (Steve)RM2May 1, 1967 – Nov 14, 1969CommunicationsThe best crew I ever served with. We had some great times except while in Nam.
Arbogast, Doug (Arbo)RD2May 15, 1967 – Apr 1, 1970OI
Zink, Francis LeeHM2Sep 1967 – Jan 1968MedicalOn 2nd enlistment (career-oriented) when I joined the Cleveland in San Diego. I left the ship in Subic Bay to be flown back to the States for discharge. I wish I'd had more time as crew member. Many memories from my short stay aboard.
Autry, William (Steve)RM2Oct 1967 – Nov 1969C 1Looking forward to contacting some of my old shipmates. We had some goods times in West-Pac tours. Will never forget my tours to VietNam.
Couvson, Bobbiemm2Oct 1967 – Dec 1968m divisionreport in oct.67 in pascagoula ms to m div nucleus crew. steam her to san diego ca. deployed to westpac and returm.
Martinelli, Wallace (Al)SN 2nd DivisionNov 1967 – Dec 19682ndGreat Ship, Great People...heck of an experience!!
Curl, SteveE51968 – Jul 4, 1972OI, Paul profile iconsn1968 – 1973second divisionVietnam1969-1973 first ship I later train the ships time after time as a CWO4
Baigent, Ken profile iconETR2Feb 1968 – Apr 1970OEIt would be great to here from anyone who served on the Cleveland during my timeframe. email to
Riordan, BrysonMM 1ST CLASSMay 1968 – May 1971M In charge #2 engine roomI had many fond memories of the Cleveland, but got really shook up when the tanks and personal carriers ran down the ramp and into the docking bay on the first landing of the 5th Marine Division. She was my 1st and last amphib.
Ronertson, Gary T. (Robby)ABH-3Aug 19, 1968 – Oct 1969Air Div. ( Yellow Shirt)Enjoyed the P.I. and the other ports of call better than most. I am now retired from the Dept. of Defense in 1997 and live in Russell Springs KY.Wouldn't mind hearing from some of the mates.
Boggs, BillENNov 24, 1968 – May 1, 1970A-GangI loved all the fun times aboard and I still have the first book that was printed when Cleveland was comissioned
Lippert, HarryBM31969 – 1971DeckEnjoyed my years and met people I think about a lot
Curl, SteveE-51969 – 1972OI
Terdin2, Dennis (Goose)E nobodyJan 1, 1969 – Feb 1, 1971B-EngineeringMy first thought when I was dropped off in Viet Nam to catch a ride to the ship was, "we are not in Kansas anymore, Toto". Met some great guys on the ship and still best friends with my buddy, Paul Maxwell.
Chenoweth, MikeET2Jan 1, 1969 – Dec 31, 1973OE
Hornung, DavidSEAMANApr 1969 – Nov 1970Boatswain mait
Kros, JohnQM3Apr 1969 – Oct 1972NavigationSome of the best years of my life although did not realize it at the time. Enjoyed Subic Bay and the Silver Star Club!
Carr, DonAirman E3Apr 14, 1969 – Sep 4, 1970Air V-DivisionGreat memories of Subic Bay and Hong Kong. Two 60 day deployments off Da Nang, South Vietnam. One trip up the Siagon River.
Carr, DonnieAIRMENApr 19, 1969 – Sep 4, 1970
Valentine, Jim/valYN3Jun 1969 – Mar 1971AdminI was the Captain's Yeoman. While on board we went across the equator, where I became a "shellback". That's when I found out what the 3' peices of fire hose were for. "OUCH"
Costa, JoeBM3Sep 1, 1969 – Jul 22, 1972DIV 1Two trips to Vietnam and a little Cambodia to with Army Choppers aboard. Quite a time in my life. What a ship especially when we dropped the back door and used it as a swimming pool. I was also the Cpt's coxswain:)
Soriano, Fernando C. "Don" Jr.CWO3 ELEC.Sep 10, 1969 – Oct 10, 1973As the E-Division Officer during the period '69-'73, I wish all the E-division personnel best wishes. After I left the Cleveland in '73, I was assigned to NTC SDiego as Batt Cdr. Went aboard the Hector AR-7 for a year and then got out in Ma
Carrington, Doug "duke"GMG3Nov 1969 – Oct 1970
Eckert, David HRM3Nov 1, 1969 – Nov 13, 1972C-1 DCPOI enjoyed my time on the Cleve, spent time with a lot of good people. I haven't forgotten many names re-enlisted in 1979 and became CTM1 and taught electronics. also spent many years as a police officer.
McKenzie, PaulLBMCDec 2, 1969 – Nov 1, 1980deckwood like to here from any one who remembers me ted,pet,brian,robert,gravette
Hicks, DavidETCDec 19, 1969 – Mar 24, 1971OEMade Chief on board. need information on the trip into cambodia

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