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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 598 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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Cherry, StephenCWO-21970 – 1972DeckSteamin' Cleve; Another Great Ship and Crew
Flannery, PeteRM31970 – 1973C1
Rosenbach (Rosey), WilliamABH1970 – 1971airdaleTrying to get dates and ship records of where the Cleveland was while I was on her
Ebert, Robertthird class hospital corpsmanJan 25, 1970 – Nov 2, 1970us Navyanyone on ship that knew me (doc)
Armstrong, James " Armie"DC3Feb 8, 1970 – Feb 23, 1973RWas there for many a Wespac and have great memories
Bentley, GalanBTFeb 15, 1970 – May 26, 1971B- Division
Polloni, MarkGMG2Mar 10, 1970 – Nov 15, 19713rd Gunnery
Greenwell, KennyDC-2Apr 1970 – May 1971R
Rodriquez, Serafin (Serf)PC3 SERAFIN RODRIQUEZ JR. (SERF)Jun 1970 – Dec 1, 1971X DIV.CAMEABOARD IN PI 1970 FILLED IN AS POSTAL CLERK WHEN THE FORMER POSTAL CLERK GOT SHIPPED HOME BECAUSE WIFE HAD TWINS. I MOVED MY BELONGINGS FROM THE IWO JIMA LPH-2 WHICH WAS PARKED BEHIND THE CLEVELAND FINISHED WEST PAC.
Novak, JohnMIDSHIPMANJul 1970 – Aug 1970Midshipman CruiseI was one of the Midshipman on our summer cruise, probably one of those that was a pain in the butt for the regular crew. I enjoyed the trip to Danang and back to Pearl, thanks to you guys putting up with us.
Wilder, RogerIC1Jul 1, 1970 – Sep 4, 1971EIt was a great ship.
Schaeffer, Hubert "Hubie"MM 3 CLASSAug 1970 – May 15, 1971ENGINEERINGAFTER SERVING AND DECOMMISSIONING THE USS TORTUGA "THE TURTLE '!!!--- THE "CLEVE" WAS A DREAM BOAT. I EXPERIENCED A LOT OF EXCITING TIMES, AND A LOT OF BOREDOM. ,GOOD FRIENDS AND I STILL HAVE SOME NIGHTMARES FROM "NAM"
Oldenettel, StephenOs2Sep 1970 – Jul 1973Oi
Oldenettel, SteveOS2Sep 1970 – Jul 1973OIShell back initiation was a riot.
Flannery, PeteRM2Sep 1970 – Jun 1972RadioEnjoyed almost every minute of my time in her. Got seasick almost at the mention of getting underway. Need to find folks who remember the load out of Marines in Danang in April 71.
Kovath, TerryRD3Sep 1970 – Jan 1974OI
Cavanaugh, ThomasGMG3Oct 1970 – Jun 19742nd and then to 3rdMy first ship. I was amazed that and thing that big could float. When in deck force, had a Senior Chief that taught me a lot about seamship. The first class GM taught me even more about the rate.
Hughes, JerryBT-3Nov 1970 – Apr 1972B DivisionI was way too young to be in there. Would have made better use of my opportunities had I been more mature. I wouldn't trade it though. It made me strong for this world! Got to be a 3rd class for 5 weeks! OOPS!!
Cox, WilliamMM2Dec 1970 – Oct 1974engineeringAft engine room
Gilpatrick, BobE4/QM31971 – Dec 1974NRemember steamin for P.I. From Hon La in the Gulf of Tonkin. Also at Endsweep and fishing with warm beer. Never got my ribbon for that one. Subic was the best time ever. Hail to the Quartermasters in N Division.
Taylor, JoeBT 3Jan 1971 – Sep 1974EngineringEnjoyed my time on board. My memories stay with me till this day. What a great opportunity to see the world.
Rairden, SteveSNMay 14, 1971 – Jun 1973FirstNever worked any harder or longer hours in my life, but wouldn't trade them, or the memories for anything. I think I was the first seaman to become a Data Systems Tech. out of First Div.
McKillop, DavidE3Jun 14, 1971 – Jan 20, 1972Ships Photographer, a strange habbit I still have today. Great experience and memorable crew. I remember rapid fire on the old 3" 50 guns, stopped my watch and I can't hear very good today. Loved it,,,,,
Phillips, JimMM3Jul 1, 1971 – Aug 15, 1974EngineeringLogroom Yeoman, Supply PO, Repair Locker Scene Leader, #2 Top Watch. Brother Steven
Sosnowski, David Aka SkiEN3Aug 16, 1971 – Aug 2, 1972A
Perry, RichardHT 2Oct 1971 – Jun 9, 1972rafter serving three years on lst's 1165 & 1167,in and out of viet nam i was glad to get back to the states. i did not enjoy my stay on the cleveland. i made some good friends in on the ship, but i can't say that much for the officers i had.
Klepper, Kenneth )Klep)YN-3Nov 7, 1971 – Nov 6, 1975o-i div.None
Deem, John A.EN21972 – 1974A
Compo, ThomasETN21972 – 1974OECH-53 / JP-5 / March 1973 NOTICE!!!! Hey - anyone of you guys that was aboard the 'Cleve when we pulled the downed CH-53 out'a Haiphong - LISTEN UP! - Go to your nearest VA Med Cntr and GET YOUR KIDNEYs CHECKED! Chronic glomerulonephritis
Lavier, David / FrenchCS 2Jan 1972 – Apr 1975Supply S2wow I just found this site today! I remember all of you guys. I really enjoyed cooking for you. I took over the bakery after CS2 Roberts got his fingers caught in the bread mixing machine.
Minniti, JosephsnJan 8, 1972 – May 10, 1974deck division and gunners mate divisioni was really focused when i joined the navy in 1972 and little by little lost focus. in spite of that i stayed proud threw it. i started off as a deck mate and then went to gunners mate division. i was the trigger man.
Hric, JohnE-3Jan 12, 1972 – Sep 3, 19721st
Bicknell, Thomas (Goose)E3Feb 1972 – Jun 19752nd Div
Ricke, TimRM3Mar 22, 1972 – Mar 19, 1974CommunicationsHave some great memories from my time on the Cleveland, lots of great friends that I would like to see again.
Reese, ClarkE3May 1972 – Jan 1973Boatswains MateEven though we were off the coast of North Vietnam, & being only 18, I still have great memories of the ports we visited. Hanging with Pat Wilkens & Frank DeRoos made it much easier.Becoming a "Shellback" was "FUN" too!
Phillips, JimMM3May 9, 1972 – Aug 20, 1974M
Roemmich, Lynnmr3May 30, 1972 – Sep 7, 1975a and r divon second wespac went tad to uss monticello lsd 35 for 7 months came back to cleveland was a machinery repairman hungout in machine shop and tool issue
Luedke, RodEN3Jun 1972 – May 1974A GangI ran the ship's evaps when the BT's and MM's had their hands full with the engine room. I loved serving on the Steamin Cleve. We had some good liberty and worked our tails off during Operation Endsweep in Haiphong Harbor. Hello to the A g
McGuire, RaymondHM2Jun 1972 – Jul 30, 1973Medical
Loughridge, MarkSM 3rd classJun 1972 – Feb 19767th Fleet
McGaugbey, Tim (Zip)ETR2Jun 1972 – Dec 1976OE
Hollis, GregoryPetty officer 2Jun 1972 – Dec 3, 1973Aviation files divisionWest pac cruise 72-73 great memories looking for a cruise book
Stephens, Jerry profile iconETN SNJun 1, 1972 – Apr 4, 1974OEGreat experience aboard Cleveland. Searching for names of other OE division between 1972 - 1974.
Akins, CorkyHT2Jun 16, 1972 – Mar 30, 1974RI enjoyed my time on the Cleve and was proud to be a part of our involvement in the Gulf of Tonkin.
Crisp, MarkBSMJun 22, 1972 – Jun 1, 19741st1st division was the best. Chief Scates was a great man and I learned a lot from him he was the best Chief the navy had as far as I'm concerned and the Cleveland was a great ship to be on. We had 7000 cobra missions during that time.
Adamski, TomSM3Aug 20, 1972 – Jan 10, 1974CommBlowing up junks, shooting up NV supplies.from Red Chinese ships, steaming towards NV to make landing wMarines b4 Paris treaty signed, survivng a typhoon and sweeping mines from Haiphong Harbor, always something to do.
Taylor, James-termRM-3Sep 20, 1972 – Sep 20, 1975C-1 CommunicationsHi Gang...I remember everyone...I have seen a few... Rosser Brothers... I work at A NUKE PLANT... I still Drive A TRANS AM....On number 7... Ret...M1A1 Tank Commander....26 years...
Wittich, Al WittichENCNov 1972 – Nov 1974A GangHard working young crew..Haiphong Harbor cleanup at end of war under Capt. Kirksy was memorable. Will steam with the old crew again, anytime. Retired in Tacoma, WA Amvets Post-5
Smith, MikePO3Nov 1, 1972 – Aug 28, 1974E DivisionServed aboard during the Vietnam War - anyone else out there?
Carleton, RonEMFNNov 30, 1972 – May 30, 1974E
Taylor, Jeff (Jake)MM/FN2Dec 3, 1972 – Nov 19, 1974Machnist mate Engine RM #2Was a member of freak alley and had Yostmite Sam lookin out for us in #2. That was a great time loved every min but couldn't stand Chief Peite. Best wishes to all and R.I.P. Sam.
Ange, RobertE-1Dec 22, 1972 – Jan 31, 1973H&S Company 1st Battalion 9th Marines 3rd Marine DivisionI served with on the U.S. Cleveland in the Tonkin Gulf in 1973 when the Vietnam Cease-fire agreement was signed. My first liberty call in Subic Day was while serving aboard the Cleveland.

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