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USS Shreveport (LPD 12) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Shreveport (LPD 12). 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 803 crew members registered for the USS Shreveport (LPD 12).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1992 | 1993 – 1995 | 1996 – 1998 | 1999 – 2000 | 2001 – 2002 | 2003 – 2005 | 2006 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Laurin, DavidIC21979 – Sep 5, 1982EngineeringI remember the Med Cruise, trips to the carribean, the ship yards for refit, gitmo after and the North Atlantic Cruise. Harstad was great and I think back on those days as good times. Hard to believe the Shreveport is no more.
Bernard Slabinski, SkiboEn31979 – 1982A gangA lot of great memories.
Zerrlaut, MarkBT-2Jan 1979 – May 1984B I see many old names on the list. hope the years have been good to you
Atkinson, Giant1004BT1Jan 15, 1979 – Nov 15, 1983BShips Oil King stood watch in aft fireroom. Great bunch of sailors and many great times.
Mayo, Anthony /doc MayoHm3Feb 1979 – Apr 1982Medical
Robinson, DavidABH3Feb 2, 1979 – Jan 19, 1982AirHad a great time onboard the Sheveport. Really miss all the good friends. Wish I had'nt got out. Would have been retired now.
Otero, John "Giovanni"YN2Feb 10, 1979 – Apr 23, 1982AdministrationServed During Cuban Flotilla and President Reagan's Mini Countrie's Summit as Support Ship to the President.
White, RichardEM2Mar 1979 – Jun 28, 1982ELPO and head of the rewind shop back in the day. Yeah, I remember Muriel, the Med. Gitmo and all the rest of the rough and tumble times we had. And of course the camping trips to the Blue Ridge. Good times and great stories. Thanks shipmate
Robinson, DavidABF3Mar 1979 – Jan 1983Air
Martin, LeeASMApr 1979 – May 1982AIRLots of good memories as a young man out there seeing the world! Hope everyone is doing good.
Dennin, TomE4Jul 20, 1979 – May 18, 1983
Coe, RonaldMS3Aug 1979 – Aug 1980SupplyThe ride of a lifetime. Experiences that make and break men. A Med Cruise, the Keys, Bahamas Puerto Rico and Dry Dock. Served with some great men under the command of Capt Richard White. I served as his personal cook.
Ruhf, LarryJO2Sep 1, 1979 – Mar 30, 1983XWhile deployed, most note-worthy deployments were in support of the Cuban refugee boat lift and the Multi-National force in Beirut, Lebanon.
Vandoren, Mike SmileyE-3Dec 6, 1979 – Jun 14, 1984MMI had great times on the ship with the boys in the engine room. I am looking for Larry McRoy better know as the fly. Hooked up with a few boys a couple of years ago. Wouldn't mind having another get together. Contact me.
Dickerson, Dale "dick"HT21980 – Jul 10, 1983RLoved it, hated it, would not trade it... Good times, bad times but, great people... Alot of creative people that could do almost anything with nearly nothing... She may not have been the best ship in the fleet but, she was ours...
Patchin, CarlE-31980 – 1982Deck B&SHad a lot of great times with some great guys.
Brown, Ronald Dc Youngbuck.OS3Jan 12, 1980 – Aug 25, 1983Operation CIC I was the youngest on the ship . They called me young buck.We had a very good crew.I enjoyed all the med cr. North Atl. Carb. Ber. I miss them all EJackson B.Vanal ( lunch) The DC crew and all the graet guys. I'm back home in Wash DC.
Gornick, Joseph (Spanky)EN3Feb 1980 – Sep 10, 1984A-GANGWhat boat shop?
Fail, Charles (Rick)PN3Feb 1, 1980 –EXECUTIVE
Harris, Richard (Daddy Rich)EN2Mar 1980 – Aug 1983A-GANGHad a great time on the Shreveport, met a lot of good friends. My home-town is Chicago IL. Best memory are all the great tours we had. I would really like to here from some old friends. I still live in the area, married with two kids.
Harris, Richard (Daddy Rich)EN2Mar 1980 – Aug 1983A-GangI had a great time on the ship and all the great ports visited. It really seemed hard once onboard, but now that I look back at the time spent, we really had a ball. A gang was the best, with two outstanding mentors.
Hurt, ScottE3May 27, 1980 – May 27, 1984Deck
Middlebrooks, Danny PerkyOS2Jun 1980 – Jun 1986OI
Might, DanMMFNAug 1980 – Apr 1984ME-Mail me or Facebook. I'm in Ohio.
Lewis, DaleBT3Sep 1, 1980 – Jun 23, 1984ENGI spent 4 long years on that ship but wouldn't trade a day of it for the life experience I gained!
Peters, Peters (Pete2)GMG2Sep 8, 1980 – Sep 7, 19833RD Gunners MatesThe best times I have ever had were serving with Joe Rose (Rosie) Steve Eaton (Skeeter) Jim Stokes Cecil Clark Ed Peters (Pete1) and GMGC Johnson. I also want to say HI to my very good friend Jack Watkins who was an HM. We reported abord together.
Fishel, David (Fish)OS2Sep 15, 1980 – Nov 1984OI Division
Rowe, ChrisEW2Oct 1980 – Oct 1981OperationsCame to ship from Dam Neck while she was in the Yards. Worked for Commander Jackson during the Overhaul. Good Man. Much Respect. EAOS was just before GITMO Good Times.
Stuthard, Al (Doc)EN3Oct 1, 1980 – Sep 1983A GANG
Knowlton, AlSM2Oct 3, 1980 – Jun 26, 1984CommNow living in Minneapolis. Sure miss the guy's.
Brant, James profile iconBMCMOct 20, 1980 – Oct 1, 1981Command Master ChiefMy last command.
McNeel, MitchEW3Nov 15, 1980 – Nov 11, 1983OWwould not take a million dollars to do it again, but would not take a million to forget. Boris I remember XO merry pissmas. Reeves, any blonde cattle in Georgia yet? Where is Fishel, Middlebrooks, Toby, Bowman, Mahoney? No Bar Too Far
Reeves, PaulOOS21981 – 1983OPSTimes I will never forget. I am a better man for it.
Nobleza, Federico1981 – 1985A GangProud to have served the Super Gator. Anyone remember midnight Dec 24 at sea in Med either 82 or 83 somebody up in the bridge announced...ding...ding...ding...ding...ding...Santa Claus arriving!
Fritz, JimYN31981 – 1983AdminRemember the great guys, forget the awful commanders! Spent many moons in Beirut (highlight of tour) with mates who were more my friends and think of ALL of you often. Those memories will never be erased.
MacKey, Steve profile iconGySgt1981 – 1985Combat CargoI look back with pride on being part of the crew of the Shreveport. As the Combat Cargo Assistant there were times that I felt more Navy then Marine and I see that as a good thing.
Kilhefner, MichaelMS3Jan 1981 – Aug 1982SupplyWhat a great crew! Will never forget that part of my life.I had the opprotunity of a life time,To visit her,In Philadelphia,Pa.Philly Naval Ship Yard 8/08 &1/09,I even found my old rack.What a feeling after 26 years! She is decommission!
Parks, JimASMJan 1981 – Nov 1985VIt was a long strange trip.....
Mapes, GlenQM2Jan 1981 – Dec 1981Navigation
Osbourn, ForestRMSNMar 1981 – Aug 1984Radio CommunicationsIt was a great time. Had some good times with most of the people I worked with. I live in Philadelphia (since 1990) and found the ship had been decomm'd when I went to the shipyard to do some work.
Comstock, KevinHT-2Mar 25, 1981 – Feb 24, 1985RI spent alot of hours with a alot of great people on that ship, come to think of it there were alot of crazies on there too. Sweeney, Ellis, Dickerson, Gilbo, Elizalde, Fred, Radel, Fletcher, Flood, Lanier, Farrington, McMeeken ect... WOW
Ashcraft, PhillipHT1Apr 15, 1981 – Sep 25, 1982R-DIVI was the LPO of R-Div. enjoyed working with everyone of them except HT1 Beniot. I was only on her for 18 mon.s that was one steamer the true meaning of HAZE GRAY AND UNDERWAY
Mayes, BruceHM1May 1981 – Sep 1983MED
Sweeney, MikeHT2Jul 1981 – Jul 1985Great time Gilbo, Fred, Comstock,
Peters, EdGMG2Aug 1981 – Aug 5, 1985Great Ship. Many Good Friends
Senger, TimothyE-3Aug 24, 1981 – Aug 24, 1985Ships ServicmanGreeting's to everyone on the ship from 81 to 85. when i look back at my time there, i now remember it fondly. i remember K.T. ken Thomas, Raheim, Hodges, Jim Beam, Steven Keoho, Wiilie, and peel. miss everyone.
Brotherton, PatrickSMSASep 1981 – Oct 1982Signal BridgeWell most of the guys probably know me as the "fall guy" Fell 30 feet off of the rope ladder Oct. 31st 1982 off the Lebanese coast line. Lived through it! Al Knowlton was one of my Supervisors. Had fun while it lasted. Great bunch of Signalmen!
Norris, PeteMS3Sep 1981 – Jun 1983food galleylooking for pat sage, irving, rob,and jeff.you guys served with me when we were in beriut.its been a long time.
Whitmer, KennyOct 1, 1981 – Jun 10, 1983a-gang;engineman;looking for anyone who served same at same time.joe gornick;dave fisher;etc....
Badaczewski, Steve Or SkiBoatswains Mate SeamanNov 1, 1981 – Jun 18, 1983Boats & DeckGreat times and great memories! I'd love to hear from those I served with....My email is steven.badaczewski@gmail.com
Shirley, OwenASM3Dec 1981 – May 1985airhad a blast working on theflight deck, late night fuelswatchedsucked. the people were great group of guys.
Lawson, ScottboatswainDec 1, 1981 – Sep 1, 1983deckwild times in deck divsion/ great time in life

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