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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 684 crew members registered for the USS Juneau (LPD 10).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – 1993 | 1994 – 1997 | 1998 – 1999 | 2000 – 2002 | 2003 – now

Geis, EverettLT1982 – 1984Supply Officer
Nevills, DonQMSN-QM21982 – 1984Living in Florida. Professional Tattoo Artist. Got out of the Navy in 1995 as a QMC(SW). I don't miss it at all, just the good friends. Sure is good seeing some names I haven't heard in a long time.
Gonzalez, Aristides / GonzoE5/EN1982 – 1986A-Gang "GONZO"Great ship, miss you guys, Hello to MCHayes, LT(BigBucks)Teddy, Bill Hanson, Pancho, Tontin, Bruce, Gary, Dizon, Mulzak, Sheron, Frank(Chitown),Escodido, Rony, Galassy, Harley, Tucker, Hemphield, Pichardo, MR Shop, Mitchell,Toth,email me!
Killingsworth, RobertOS11982 – 1987OIYeah, lots of good memories of the ole' CIC crew, Krop and his boys and those crazy Wespacs. What ever happened to Setzer? Linnel last know to be in SF area, retired as OS1. Me, I retired in '95 as MACS(SW), now a detective in Texas.
Bahr, WoodyET3Jan 1982 – Jan 1984OEI was there for the banana show. Left the Navy in 1988 and became a firefighter. Still working in communications for E911 and dispatch.
Sherwood, Michael A.ETFeb 1982 – Feb 18, 1983ETTried very hard and eventually got thrown out of the Navy to best suit my character. Stay high always and still
Acosta, FrancisSNFeb 1, 1982 – Feb 14, 19831stStruck out of deck into ET then back to deck. Now I am an Engineer at Intel. Anybody remember Yoro, Batista or Muck? I remember Duane Bolstad.
Brown, JimET3/ETSN/ET3Mar 5, 1982 – Mar 29, 1984OE01Also known as "Eat the Banana Brown" for an incident during a Banana show in Pusan Korea. Now work as a contractor in Combat Systems. Recently helped build LCS-1 in Marinette WI.
Rouillard, Ron " Roo"MM1May 1, 1982 – Aug 1, 1987M or P2Learned alot , made a lots of friends just retired as a MMC
McKinney, DavidBM2Jun 1982 – Nov 1984Deck / FirstStill painting. Flying and singing. Get in touch ya swabs. Oh ya..turn too!!
Spoerle, KentHM2Jun 1982 – Jun 1985MedicalHI Shipmates. I retired from the Navy in 1996, went to Nursing school and now work as an ER Nurse at the Naval Hospital in Bremerton. I have great memories of the Juneau. Of the 4 ships I served on She was the best.
Beverly, DaleBT2Jul 1982 – Apr 1985B DivisionI learned a lot on this marine taxi cab! It taught almost everything about how to operate a boiler since all of the systems were controlled manually. I had a great time and enjoyed every minute of my tour.
Hawn, DrewBMSNJul 1, 1982 – Jul 1, 19852 NDWho still breaths?
Lesieur, John e3Sep 13, 1982 – Dec 20, 1983M divisionJust checking in hope everyone is well . I am good still in Los Angeles
Dobson, Dave DobbyHT 2Sep 15, 1982 – Nov 5, 1986R-divhad 3 wes-pac enjoyed them all saw 13 countries and 29 major cities by the age of 22
Elam, AnthonyET3Oct 28, 1982 – Jun 26, 1985OEShips photographer also MARS radio operator, The Senior Chief, ETC Burt Shill,ETC Mike Linde, Mike Hillary, Hodge James Brown Fagon. the Mormon, Eric Mattus.So many good guys! I remember so many good times. Nothing but the best!
Dilmore, JosephE2Nov 1982 –3rdnever had a chance to really acclimate,chasedskirts more than doing the navy memory was the crows nest the night ronnie james dio played there,and the chick who sang w/black rose took me to meet him face2face,bloodied lip+torn s
Hillery, MikeET2Nov 1982 – Jan 1985OPSAlive & well in Iowa City,IA. Worked as a Systems Analyst in D.C after Navy. Then moved back to the midwest - finished school & 15 yrs now an Engineer @ Rockwell Collins. Great to find this site...Tony & Eric nice hear from you. Memories...
Hasler, Eric / HarleyEn2Nov 1982 – 1986A gangHad some great times, made some great friends. Would like to hear from anybody.
Erle, PatrickLTNov 1982 – Nov 1986AdminThe defining period of my life.
Frye, DavidPN3Nov 7, 1982 – Jun 6, 1985AdminMy first duty station, loved it, 2 Westpacs and went from E-1 to Frocked E-5 when I left. Great Ship and co-workers
Shepard, BrianE5Nov 10, 1982 – May 10, 1985EMade two WesPac trips. Hated it back then but now know it was worth all the crap. Living in South Carolina now. Looking for E division buddies. Dana Smith (Smitty), Tom Gross.
Jordan, AntwanIC3Nov 14, 1982 – Aug 4, 1985E DivisionMy very first Command after leaving bootcamp Was a long ways away from home as a young 18 year old
Shill, BurtET1/C1983 – 1987OEGreat shipmates, arduous duty, and great cruises. Marines. Helos. Watches. Forklifts on the messdeck. Boats, boats, and more boats. Pohang in the dead of winter. Senior taught us well and we earned our pay.
Bradley, ThomasJO21983 – 1985AdminMy first "real" ship, after having served aboard Building 29 -- aka USS PLYMOUTH ROCK (LSD-29) -- in Little Creek. I made 2 WESTPACs aboard Juneau and developed some great friendships.
Payton, JeffEN31983 – 1986M-DivShout out to all of M-Div especially aft engine room. MM2 Rouillard, MM2 Johnson,MM3 Cantu , MM2 Mulzac, MM2 Gonzo. Email me , hope everyone is well
Hutchison, TomBT2Feb 1, 1983 – Jun 15, 1986EngineeringI had a lot of great times and made a lot of friends. The aft engine room wasn't that bad except the guys were a little crazier than up forward. I have kept in touch with my friend Mike Barraclough over the years.
Sohocki, GeorgeMM2Feb 10, 1983 – Aug 29, 1987EngineeringWe met wonderful people. I remember the long watches and gallons of sweat. Marines during Shellback made me glad I was not a Marine. I was seasick most of the time and lived on coffee and cranberry sauce. But it was ok.
McCugh, David "Randy"BM3Mar 1983 – Oct 19862ndLots of great times along with some not so great. In retrospect many more good than not. Completed 2 WestPacs left during the 3rd from the Philippines. Remember Emerson, Kirk, Tappan, and some others.
Cameron, RonaldMS1(SW/AW)May 1, 1983 – Jun 15, 1986S-5, S-2Lots of good memories of the ole' S-2 crew, and those crazy Wespacs, If you remember me or my brother Ken Cameron we were both the Wardroom Cooks, send me an email.
Berlin, ClintGMGCJun 27, 1983 – Jun 26, 19843rd
Skinner, WarrenOS2Jul 1983 – Jan 1987OI3 west-pacs, lotta time in subic. Lost touch with everyone. Anybody remembers, send me an e-mail.
Griego, Bernie/spaghettiE-4Aug 15, 1983 – Mar 29, 1986s-2anyone who knew me knew me as spaghetti. i was c.o. and wardroom cook most of my time on board. since then i have lost a couple of good friends tony kennedy and danny hood have passed since then.
Thomas, James (Jim)ENS - LTJGOct 1, 1983 – Jul 9, 1986S3, S4, and S2Good CO's and SUPPOs. Failed 3 OPPE's in a row. Missed out on the Alaska trip because of it.
Hunter, RickHMCS FMF SW RETIREDNov 3, 1983 – Nov 10, 1986MedicalTwo great West-Pacs and friends for life.
Cruz, PabloRM21984 – 1988Deck/RadioFour of the most memorable years of my life. 3 WestPacs, Shellback
Andresen, EricBT1984 – 1987engineeringWhat a party with Randy Mccoy! Wonder if he remembers falling off the dock in Guam? Anyone know where he is?
Michael, MadiganABF21984 –VLeft uss Juneau on orders to Maryland. Got out of the service and reside in Olympia, Washington.
McKendree, Willis (Mac)MR3Feb 1984 – Sep 1987A-Gang
Meyer, GeneCPLFeb 5, 1984 – Feb 15, 1984Served aboard the USS JUNEAU for 10 days, TAD to Iwo Jima. had the best time ever while overseas.
Smith, JeffreyBT2Mar 1984 – Nov 1987P1Look out!!! don't hit that sub.....
White, ToddMM2Apr 10, 1984 – Jan 6, 1989EN1Was an ex-nuke on the USS Juneau from 1984-1989. Partied with Jim Cote, Ron Rouillard, Avalos and some others I can't think of.
Rodriguez, JoseABH3 - (MAC, Retired)Apr 15, 1984 – Jan 15, 1988Air DeptI had a wonderful experience onboard the Juneau. The command help shape me and it help build a good fundation (work ethic, initiative, honor and teamw ork). Two great WesPac. I made a lot of life long friends.
White, ToddMM3/MM2May 1984 – Jan 1989M1 (Main Engine Room)Good Times! Remember Jim Cote, Ron Roulliard, Avalos and EOOW Quals. 3 Westpacs and alot of steaming. Tiger Cruises and of course the Alaska trip. also remember those main evaps (evil).
Bogard, BennieOS2Aug 1, 1984 – Nov 7, 1987OII enjoyed the visit to Juneau, Alaska on the 4th of July in 1987.(My last Underway time on LPD-10,I dont count SoCal op area as being underway I consider that drilling holes. )
Crites, JeffHT2Nov 1984 – Apr 1988EngineeringGood times!!! Jody Davis,Buntrock,Matt,Chief Anderson,Harry A.,Mike B.,(CUZ)LEE,Little Frankie,(Ernie)Mike,many others...
Simmons, Kenneth(Ken)QM2Dec 6, 1984 – Oct 1, 1987NavigationServed on the ship with some good folks and made two Westpacs with the command and had the chance to go to Juneau, Alaska for the 4th of July celebrations. Captains Bauer and Bailey, Lt Cogan the best officers.

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