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USS Denver (LPD 9) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Denver (LPD 9). 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 531 crew members registered for the USS Denver (LPD 9).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – 1999 | 2000 – 2003 | 2004 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Fredde, CoreyET31995 – 1999Operations
Turrentine, Brent "Turp"FR-MM3Jan 1995 – Sep 1998P-2Had some good times had some bad but all in all it was fun.
Cleven, ScottMM3Jan 1995 – Jul 1998P-1Some of the best times in my life happened while serving! What a great experience it was and what a crew we had.
Michalek, ChrisMM3-MM1Feb 1995 – Feb 2000P-1 DogsDamn good times on that heap, Where's BILLY??? I see Harty's name up on the board, don't you have a beer to drink? That ship made MEN during those times, for those of you that still can't see that, get out of these sites. LATER>>
Green, Josephen1Mar 23, 1995 – May 11, 2001A Gang
Railsback, BrianGMG3May 17, 1995 – May 17, 1997DECKHAD SOME FUN TIMES AND MADE GOOD FRIENDS
Sobczyk, MarcinE-4 BT-3Jul 12, 1995 – Mar 28, 1999P-2AFT Fireroom RULED!!! Go Mighty Denver.
Compo, Mike profile iconEW3>EWSASep 1995 – Nov 1996OPSGood and bad times were had on this bucket 'o bolts (some might say TOO good of a time), but all in all it was a learning experience.
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Hallinan, FrankDT1Oct 1995 – Jan 1999DentalGood times, bad times, great times, all were memorable. Miss the tight knit crew and never had so much fun on deployment!
Rodriguez, MichaelQM3Oct 15, 1995 – Oct 15, 1998NAVAwesome adventures on the D-9 and great memories with the tough Denver Dogs!
Lopez, JoseE-5MM2Oct 15, 1995 – Jun 13, 1999P-2
Peterson, John AT3Oct 27, 1995 – May 9, 1996UAV embarked
Kirk, JonET31996 – 1999OIGood Times and Bad Times, among the best I've had. Hello to anyone who remembers me!
Wilson, NeilE-4/RM1996 – 1998Operations
Jackson, Chad "Jack"IT2Feb 3, 1996 – Dec 9, 2000OPS/OCD-9 took care of us all.
Ames, BenjaminMM3Apr 9, 1996 – Sep 26, 1999P-2Worked a lot of hours aboard her, but she always treated the crew great. She was a fine ship for her age.
Kuhn, BruceMA1Oct 12, 1996 – Mar 25, 1999X-NAV
Brailer, AdamDC2Oct 21, 1996 – Oct 21, 2000RepairGreat times! The best sea stories I have are from D9. Crazy time I'll never forget.
Katz, JoeMM3Dec 1996 – Jun 2000I didn't really like her while I was there, but, now I kind of miss her and all the good friends I made. Especially in Engineering Dept.! The rest of ya were just passengers.
Spangler, JonathanE-31997 – Mar 21, 2001Deck
Berikoff, William/ BillIC3Jan 1, 1997 –ERecharged sound-powered phone batteries. Hit some oilers. Cleaned some stairwells.
Ontiveros, Victor (O.t.)GM3 (SW)Jan 15, 1997 – Jan 15, 20013RD DIVISIONPRETTY COOL TIME, MET A LOT OF FRIENDS, BEST TIME WAS GOING TO 3RD DIVISION, HATED GOING UNDERWAY NEVER DOING THAT AGAIN
Mosley, ChristopherMM3Mar 1, 1997 – Jan 3, 2002p-1she was a great ship with great crew ill miss it
Lindstrom, GeoffE-5 ITJun 1, 1997 – Jun 1, 2001OC01Life has been interesting since I left the trainwreck called the D-9. But none of my adventures will ever equal the douche-baggery that I was up to on that mighty yacht. I miss the stupidity of deployment, and the crash.
Fisk, JasonMM3Nov 1997 – May 2001P2 EngineeringGood times and met some great people. But I sure as hell won't miss cleaning the bilges!!! But great memories for life
Hohn, GeorgeSHC(SW)Dec 1997 – Feb 2002Supply/S-3Served two tours on the good ship Denver. She was my first ship in the 70's and my last ship. Very tight crew. Departments worked together well. Very exciting deployment in 2000. Great chief's mess.
Lewis, DonnieSH31998 – 2000supplyit is amazing on who you meet, running into an old friend from my home town during deployment, to playing bumper cars with an oiler.i still hear from the denver dogs once in a blue moon.now living in LaPorte,IN i am clear of that loud whistle
Trumbull, MarkE-5/EM2Apr 18, 1998 – Jan 2, 2002From painting P-ways inport Fri night under EMC Marbella's regime, to thousands of hours of wet, hot, oily watch in the "pit", to trying to put a thousand paint caked fuse panels on EGL/IGLs, the Denver was truly a Steel Purgatory. -Did m
Brinkerhoff, RonE-4 / PC3Jun 4, 1998 – Jun 4, 2002S-6The mighty D-9 was an experience. I was not who I am now, and I've learned many things from the ship and its crew. I am definitely a better person because of the experiences.
Barfield, Marshall "Trae"MMFNOct 1998 – Dec 11, 1999ENG. P-2EVERYONE HATED ME ON THAT BOAT! THERE WERE NOT BUT A FEW THAT EVEN WOULD TALK TO ME IF YOU REMEMBER ME PLEASE WRITE OR CALL: 122 WILSON ST,LEXINGTON SC 29073 OR 1-803-996-4666 THANKYOU!
Mayberry, DarrellMM31999 – 2001P2The USS Denver was an experience I'll never forget. I met a lot of great people, and I grew as a man. I wouldn't trade the good or the bad for anything.
Leedy, Mike (Gio)yn1999 – 2001deckDeck Department YN. Would like to meet up with my old buddies. You know who you are. I now live overseas in the Philippines creating art, writing, editing, and teaching advanced ESL English.
Miles, KentonMM3Jan 14, 1999 – Jun 6, 2002E-P2Australian Flight Attendants & BDTT
Kauffman, BobPO2Mar 15, 1999 – Sep 10, 2001S-2I was onboard the day the Denver crashed into the Yukon. It was an experience I will never forget.
Castillo, Luis E-5 / PC2 (SW)Mar 20, 1999 – Jul 17, 2003Supply13 July 2000, still repeats in my head over and over again. That is a day we were all lucky. I was honored to serve alongside men and women that I can always call a brother or sister. God bless and love all. VBSS!!!
Mills, Samuelbm3Apr 1999 – Apr 2002deckThe best time in my short service was here onboard the D9. A great group of sailors or shall I say the best group of sailors. We were always haze gray and squared away.
Richardson, StephenLTJGMay 1999 – May 2001MP & A
Kluge, JohnBM1 SWJul 10, 1999 – Jul 10, 20032nd DivisionI would have to say that I have done more quality work that I can be proud of on the Denver than on the 3 frigates and 1 destroyer that I have been on combined
Medina, XavierE5/SK2Sep 1999 – Feb 2003S-1This is what Navy is all about. From the best CO, Capt Webber, who was there with us and for us during the ship's collision and Lube Oil Leak in Singapore. I will never forget this command, especially the people that stuck with me til I left.
Canty, Tim - TjSep 1999 – 2001Man I made a lot of friends on this ship. Wasn't so fun when she wrecked in to a tanker but hey crap happens sometimes. Your the man captain Webber!
Powell, TommyFC1Sep 10, 1999 – May 23, 20033RD DECK/ WEAPONSCRAPPY SHIP, GREAT CREW AND COMMAND!
Stewart, JamesPN2(SW) NOW MA2(SW)Oct 13, 1999 – Jun 11, 2003NAVBetter than new Command
Lyday, RonBTCSOct 15, 1999 – Oct 15, 2002P1
Morales, Federico "Lilboats"BM2 (SW)Nov 1999 – Aug 3, 20031st DeckShe was an old ship but a trusty one too. I miss all of the old D-9 doggs had a good time there and miss all the guys that stuck by my side. I have a lot of good memories from my 2 westpacs and our good capt johanson.
Feather, WilliamMMCNov 14, 1999 – May 1, 2003A, P-2
Herrera, Paul (Aka) PeterNov 23, 1999 – Apr 14, 2003AIRBEST TIME OF MY LIFE BEST SKIPPERS BEST DEPARTMENT (WHICH HELD THE RECORD FOR ALCOHOL RELATED INCEDENTS) MET ALOT OF GOOD PEOPLE. WE GOT THE JOB DONE
Pohl, BrianEN2Dec 27, 1999 – Jun 10, 2003A GangLearned alot, saw some shit, took more than i gave to the navy and got out. Met LOTS of great people and had some of the greatest experiences of my life. i wish nothing but fair winds and following seas for all whoever crossed her planks.

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