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USS Juneau (LPD 10) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Juneau (LPD 10). 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 660 crew members registered for the USS Juneau (LPD 10).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – 1993 | 1994 – 1997 | 1998 – 1999 | 2000 – 2002 | 2003 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Cummings, DonaldBM31973 – 19751st
Hinkley, ToddPN31973 – Dec 1976XGood memories of the time serving onboard the Juneau although at that time I never would have thought I'd ever say so.
Eberhardt, RickMM2Jan 1973 – Jun 1976
Tutterrow, Brian (Tutt)SH3Feb 3, 1973 – Sep 15, 1975S-3 Div
Tutterrow, BrianSA/SH3Feb 16, 1973 – Oct 15, 1975Deck/SupplyStarted out in Long Beach, ended up in San Diego. Haze Gray and Underway, You Call, We Haul.
Rickman, GaryFTG2Mar 15, 1973 – May 26, 19763rdTwo West Pacs, one Polywog, one Shellback, one typhoon, sunsets from when the earth was young, stars swaying behind the mast, moonlight exploding on a black ocean, bug juice, ROAST BEEF, I still have dreams about it.
Stoller, WayneMM2Apr 1973 – Nov 1976Maft engine room rocks!
Smith, PaulOS3Apr 14, 1973 – Dec 8, 1975OIHELLO, IS THERE ANYONE FROM C.I.C., THAT REMEMBERS ME? THOSE WERE THE BEST YEARS OF MY LIFE, AND NOW THAT I AM OLDER I WOULD LIKE TO GET CONTACT WITH MY OLE SHIPMATES!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Molash, Raymond D.ABH-3Apr 15, 1973 – Sep 29, 1975Victor DivisionI served in V-Div. with some great guys, enlisted with a friend from home George Laundreaux, and another guy from ND. Barry Osborn,I always wonder what happened to all who served during that time period,
Cook, John CookBMSN3Apr 22, 1973 – Apr 22, 1977Deck 1stLoved the WESTPAC!!! Best time I had in the Navy. Would like to hear from those that remember me. Still in touch with a few I served with. Write to jacooker@yahoo.com
Messmer, GaryE - 4May 1, 1973 – Jun 1, 1976ESome great times. I was on for 2 westpac cruises, the first Harrier landing, operation Kangaroo, and during the unfortunate stabbings. Some great memories remain. Would like to hear from some old friends if interested.
Messmer, GaryEM 3May 1, 1973 – Jun 1, 1976E
Kuni, RaymondMMFNJul 5, 1973 – Apr 8, 1976MGOOG TIMES GREW UP HERE
Panzer, PaulE3Oct 1, 1973 – Oct 15, 1975S4 Divisiondoes anyone know ET1/EM1 Ron Mayer? Did anyone remember QMSN Randy Altes?
Atkins, AllenmmfaDec 1973 – Aug 1974EI was on board for the 1974 WesPac. Worked in #2 engine room. We left out of Longbeach but went to 3 2nd street when we returned. Guess I pumped the biggest too long.
Feeney, DanFA TO BT2Dec 3, 1973 – Nov 16, 1976 Forward Fireroom (mostly) + SupplyPOMet a lot of great guys while on board. Especially remember manning burners in & out of port, & blowing smoke while going under bridges. "Tradition". I live in Madison, Wi. Look me up if you are nearby.
Linley, Brian "Skinley"E-3Dec 12, 1973 – Oct 15, 1974XI really enjoyed the time aboard the Juneau. My first and only cruise. The most difficult part is when we had a stabbing aboard ship. Three of our shipmates where stabbed while we were underway.
Ruozi, DavidHT-2Dec 27, 1973 – Mar 26, 1977R-DivisionThe old motto I remember, " Good ship, Good crew, the Juneau men always turn too", per Tom Koehler, "R" Div. Lots of memories. Does anyone remember the Mayaguez, 5-15-1975, and all other tours in Vietnam waters?
Anderson, James Nickname Andy Or GrizzE21974 – 1976First Division Deckapelooking for old friends from first divsion, second division, and old buddys named mac, rick hite,Bm3 hurst And Monty
McQueen, PerryBM31974 – 19771STHAD A GREAT TIME,MADE GOOD FRIENDS.MADE TWO WESTPACS SAW LOTS OF THE WORLD I WOULD NEVER HAVE SEEN.
Stoufflet, Michael (Stu)PN31974 – 1976XMeet some really great people. Wonder how I stayed alive. Those weekend trips to Mothers on the back of a bike, and my introduction to the drive up window for everything. "Let's all get tattoos"
Carroccetto, AlHM31974 – 1976Medical
Jones, DarylYN3Jan 1974 – Sep 1976X/AdminAy, Those were the days. Still kicking, living in K.C. Mo.
Kennedy, DocHM2Jan 1, 1974 – May 23, 1975Sick BayIt was the best of times, it was the worst of times, but it was unforgettable. Wouldn't trade it... Also, I would love to have any photos of the ship at that time.
Keeton, GordonBT3Mar 1, 1974 – Oct 31, 1977BStill living in my home town of Fresno/Clovis CA. Still working in a Boiler Room.
Tran, HungENSIGNApr 1974 – May 1974Short buy Sweet memory of the Fun Cruise from Yokosuka - Okinawa - Sasebo - Subic Bay - Hope to hear from former crew members especially Ensign Mitchell and Lieutenant Agostini. Wishing you all the best. Hung Tran
Molloy, Joseph (Bulldog)EN3Apr 1974 – Sep 1977AHave fond memories of time on the USS Juneau. Feel free to contact me, especially Gerald York, Chris Richmond, Rick Burroughs, MM2 Don Yager, and MM3 Mark Hoffman. Have 1 son ET5 Nuke on USS Hartford and 1 son signing up next week.
Keeton, GordonBT3Apr 1, 1974 – Oct 1977BStill working in a Boiler Room.
Colby, FrederickYN2Apr 9, 1974 – Aug 20, 1976X I Admin
Montgomery, Bruce "Monty"HT3Jun 2, 1974 – Dec 10, 1977RHi every body......Great times on the "Big J"..... Life has had its ups and downs but it turned out good inspite of my self....lol...Went to Boot Camp In 1974..Co.036 C.C. BTC F.J. GROSELY San Diego Calif.
Pyle, TimPFCJul 1974 – Sep 19742nd Battalion/Ninth Marines Comm PlatoonKangaroo 2 / Became a shellback onboard.
Hernandez, Daniel MexBmsnJul 3, 1974 – Jul 3, 19782nd division 2nd division been a long time you guys called me MEX. So text me
Billie, BentonHt3Jul 26, 1974 – Nov 12, 1977repairGood times
Britton, Lawsonmssn/cookSep 1974 – Dec 1979s-2I live in New Boston,Tx would like to hear from crew I served with.
Douglas, AndyEMFA - EM3Oct 1974 – Jan 1978E Made 2 West Pac's on the Juneau, but really enjoyed the 4th of July in Juneau, AK.
Leggett, EarlE7Oct 7, 1974 – Apr 11, 1978R
Wesman, ArthurBMCOct 15, 1974 – Sep 1, 19771stGood ship,Very Good Crew. Did 2 equator crossing's in 1976 e-mail-bmcnavy07@yahoo.com
Stirling, BruceLIEUTENANT COMMANDERNov 17, 1974 – May 19, 1977M & BMPA through first OPPE. ROH & 2 Deployments. After 20+ years Juneau is still my favorite ship.
Magnussen, PaulHT3Nov 20, 1974 – Aug 20, 1977RHad a great time on the Juneau, hated when I was doing it but looking back it was a great time.
Burger, RobertBTFNDec 1974 – Jul 1976B
Teller, ChuckHT2Dec 26, 1974 – Jun 17, 1978repairone of the best 4 years out of 23 years in the navy. The best group of guys i ever had to work with. hope to meet you all again.

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