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USS Dubuque (LPD 8) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Dubuque (LPD 8). 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 731 crew members registered for the USS Dubuque (LPD 8).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – 1993 | 1994 – 1996 | 1997 – 1999 | 2000 – 2002 | 2003 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Teter, DormanE 41970 – 19711 ST
Boone, DonE-31970 – Feb 23, 1972Deck dept --1st div.I would like to hear from anyone of the guys during that period
Bagwell, HoustonFTG21970 – 1974ThirdI see a lot of names listed of people I surely knew but I can't recall anyone for sure except Leroy. We had some interesting times.
White, Harold (Whitey)BM1970 – 19731STUSS DUBUQUE LPD-8 BM LOOKING FOR HILLBILLY,WILSON ,RAY ETC.,HAD AWESOME TIMES WOULD LIKE TO RE-UNITE TALK ABOUT OLD ( GREAT) TIMES
MacKenzie, KeithBM2Jan 1970 – Jan 19721st Div (Deck)Loved it, became a shellback, did 2 west Pac's
Cantu, JohnnyEN3Jan 16, 1970 – Aug 7, 1972EI had a great time on the Ship I made 3 westpack tours during Vietnam
Turner, DarrelETR-2Feb 1, 1970 – Jun 24, 1970Radar & CommunicationsTurned 23 in Vietnam. Returned to San Diego, took leave and got married. Then reassigned to Nuclear Power School and later 2 submarines. Been married for over 36 years to my lovely wife Jane!
Cleland, GeoffSEAMANApr 1970 – May 1972
Blount, DeanBM2May 1, 1970 – Aug 2, 19721stWould love to hear from any of the old crew
Dirks, RandyRM2Jun 1, 1970 – Jun 1, 1972CRBest time I ever had... will not forget all the ports we stopped at in the Pacific.
Tonsick, JohnOS2Jul 1970 – Aug 23, 1973OIThe Dubuque was my home for more than 3 years. I'll never forget the ship or the people with whom I served. I had the pleasure of a tour in 2001; it was a real treat. I didn't need much help finding my way. She looked beautiful.
Jeffers, Pat/jeffSep 1970 – Jul 1974FirstI am proud to have served aboard Dubuque for nearly four years. I made the rank of BM 3 and served as Petty officer of the watch on the Bridge during all special details. It was a great part of my life and I would not trade for anything.
Jacobs, Mike(Jake) profile iconBMSNSep 1970 – Jan 20, 19741st and 2ndTwo great West Pac Cruises.....awesome times....awsome friends
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Jeffers, Pat /jeffBM 3Sep 1970 – Jul 19741stI have been married for 43 years to Qene'. We have three children and 10 grandchildren. We live in Southwest Missouri. I have been a Baptist pastor for 35 years, and Qene' and I both currently work in Springfield.
Lawson, BoyceMM2Sep 1970 – 1974machinist mate
Songer, DanielMM-3Oct 1970 – Jun 1973M
Boyce Lawson, BuddaMM2Oct 1970 – Feb 1974# 2 EngineroomGreat guys, fun times, serious work, all believed in our ability
Stonelake, RayE-3 Oct 6, 1970 – Jun 19721st.I remember some of the guys from deck force. One stands out. Blount, where's my shirt? Does anyone know where "Hillbilly or Whitey" are?
Herman, JamesE-3Nov 1970 – Nov 1972Port Engine Room, two Tours off Vietnam and becoming a shellback in June of 1971 are memories. Also being out to sea for over 30 days at a time and refueling at sea.We had a great engine room.
Wunder, Henry (Gordon)EN2Nov 18, 1970 – Apr 24, 1974A -DIVISIONI WAS IN THE BOAT SHOP, ALSO A GIG ENGINEER, CAPTAINS DRIVER, DID RELIEF WATCHES IN THE ENGINEN ROOM, I NEVER LEFT THE WATER I RETIRED AS A TUG CAPTAIN, AND NOW SAILING THE WORLD ON MY SAILBOAT I BUILT
Hallum, DavidRM21971 – 1972communications
Finley, RodgerRM21971 – 1974CRMany fond memories of WestPac cruising and being known as Navcommsta Dubuque during Endsweep ops. May God bless each and all who have served her
Hamsher, DennisIC-31971 – 1973ECan it be that long ago !
Wilson, David Eugene Aka Ashly Roachclipe2 AA1971 – 1974Aviation Fueler
Meurer, JohnEns/LTjg1971 – 1974MPA
Litwiller, DonSM3, promoted to SM2 in July 1971Mar 1971 – Oct 1972Communications/SignalReported days before leaving for WESPAC in '71. Had a great SMC (G.R. Bhudda Blackburn, and LPO, SM1 G.G. Parnell. Shellback Initiation was a highlight.
Carpus, WalterRM3Mar 1, 1971 – Jun 10, 1973OCSeems like so long ago. End Sweep, PI, Long Nam cruises. Good guys in OC div. Ken Swank, randy Goddard, Ed Rubilo, John Gerhardt, Al Jenson, Papa Joe Pardue. Retired in 87 as RMC.
Teter, DormanBM3Mar 12, 1971 – Nov 1, 19711stMade one west-pac cruise. Great time in the PI
Carpus, WalterRMCMar 31, 1971 – Jun 12, 1973OPSLong cruises, good friends
Taylor, Tom profile iconRM3Apr 14, 1971 – Jun 3, 1974CRRadioman duty 4-14-71 to 6-3-74 during Vietnamese Counter Offensive, Marhuk Operation, Operation End Sweep in NVNam. Trips to Okinawa, DaNang SVNam w/Bob Phay, Mike Nolley, Ron Aunquoe, Harold White. Shellback 6-30-71.
Swank, KenRM2Apr 21, 1971 – Sep 6, 1974CRWe had good times and bad times, but our "CR family" held together while creating NAVCOMSTA USS Dubuque during critical times. Thank you Randy, Walt, Al, Steve, Roger.
Smith, HankHT2May 1971 – Jul 1974Repairsaid I would never renlist never say never I renlisted and stayed for twenty retired July 1990 HTC
Jensen, AlRM1Jul 18, 1971 – Jul 15, 1975CRGreat times and a great radio crew. Known as NavCommSta Dubuque Steve Emmons, Roger Finley, Ken Swank, Randy Goddard maintained the most reliable communication links of any ship in the Pacific.
McDaniel, RobertHM3Aug 15, 1971 – Aug 31, 1972Hospital
Hunt, ChetBM3Oct 1971 – Dec 1972FirstServed as a Boatswains Mate aboard the Dubuque and made a West Pac during this time. Also promoted from seaman to petty officer 3rd class and passed exams for 2nd class before leaving the ship.
Dennis, JosephABH3/ANNov 1971 – May 1975AIR/VI WAS IN V-DIV FROM 1971 TO 1975, DID 2 WEST PAC TOURS. IF ANYONE WANTS TO GET IN TOUCH W/ ME, EMAIL ME: joejdennis@gmail.com . IM LOOKING FOR COBRA PATCHES AND ANY OTHER MEMORBILIA FROM THE WEST PAC. LOOKING FORWARD TO CHAT W/FORMER MATES
Simpson, Dale (Claude)MM21972 – 1976ENGINE ROOMSGOOD TO HEAR FROM YOU ALL. WHAT A GREAT TIME. IF YOUR EVER IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD STOP BY
Bogert, JohnAA/E-21972 – Mar 1975V-DivisionI was an Airman Apprentice in V Division 1st I was a Hotsuitman.Then I went into Aviation Fuel.Went to P.I.,Taiwan,Hong Kong, Japan,etc.Marhuck operations in Vietnam,Operation Endsweep,War Games off Inchon South Korea.
Collier, KeithABH31972 – 1975VServed on dubuque during operation maruk and operation endsweep.worked on the flight deck . Great guys to work with.loved every minute of it.hope all the old shipmates are doing well.collier_kk@hotmail.com
Hinojosa, JesseHT-1Jan 1, 1972 – Dec 31, 1973
Hopping, BobENS/LTJGJan 14, 1972 – Jun 16, 19753rd/OIGunnery Officer until deployment in late 1974, then rotated to CICO. Sometimes I marveled that I got paid to have so much fun, sometimes I was sure they weren't paying me nearly enough. Onboard for MARHUK, Endsweep, Eagle Pull, Freq. Win
Hopping, Bob profile iconENS/LTJGJan 14, 1972 – Jun 15, 1975WEAPONS/CICMARHUK, ENDSWEEP, EVACUATION OF CAMBODIA AND EVACUATION OF VIET NAM
Chaplin, AlE-3 / MMFeb 1972 – Jan 1975Forward Engine RoomGreat bunch of guys. Greatful to the guy who found me after I fell 3rd to the 7th deck. He was in fuel but I can't remember his name. Fond memories of Mike Gaita, Proctor, Elroy, Roy Rodgers, Bridgeford, God Bless All.
Hollabaugh, Bruce Dba TexGMG3Mar 7, 1972 – Jun 16, 1975GunneryI wish I could go back and do it all over again . I saw places I will never see again I can't believe it has been this long . I wish all of you the very best and I will never forget you . Operation Eagle Pull 1975 .
Pinney, RonMR2May 14, 1972 – Jul 20, 1975A-Gang
Coyle, ThomasETR2Jul 1, 1972 – Dec 10, 1973OEI served on the Dubuque during her last Westpac cruise of the Vietnam War. I had previously served at the DMZ on the St. Paul CA73. Sweeping the mines at Hai Phong was interesting to say the least.
Robinson, MichaelEM3Aug 1, 1972 – Nov 26, 1975EMARHUK (Hon LA, DRV) 12/8/72 - 1/18/73 , ENDSWEEP (Haiphong Harbor, DRV) 1973, Saigon Evacuation, 1975.
Bridgeford, JimSeamanAug 1, 1972 – Jul 5, 19741st
Traylor, BradleyMM3Sep 1972 – May 29, 1975MAfter engine room, It was fun but, it wasn't. It was hard work
Geitenbeek, AlexanderSNSep 15, 1972 – May 4, 1976deck 2ndgreat times bad times, but i loved it. any one wanting to email me do so at dax103333@cox.net
Hammes, DougE3Oct 2, 1972 – May 28, 1975M "P-2 Snipe"Finished my tour with the evacuation of Saigon April 1975. After 35+ yrs gone Gordon "Mac" and I steamed on her for a day in 11 . You would be proud of the young men we visited that are now steaming that 44 yr old plant.
Shoemaker, NormanEM3Nov 10, 1972 – May 24, 1974- Battery shop
Jansky, LeroyFTG3Nov 14, 1972 – Jun 21, 19743rdGood experiences aboard Dubuque and good people to work with. Worked on Mk 56 Fire Control Radar System - Sky 1.

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