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USS Trenton (LPD 14) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Trenton (LPD 14). 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 878 crew members registered for the USS Trenton (LPD 14).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 – 1982 | 1983 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – 1997 | 1998 – 2000 | 2001 – 2002 | 2003 – 2004 | 2005 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Groblewski, Dennis "Mickey"FTG11975 – 1976DeckLike to hear from guys that served with me during time in Brooklyn shipyard & Guantamamo Bay refresher training.
Hammond, JimBM21975 – 19761st
Prudden, FrancisE11975 – 1978ALooking for Hippy (PJ Blanchard), Shaky Jake, Spain accident, Cuba, Broklyn shipyards, AND THE 'GUT:
Fabiny, RonaldMachinist Mate1975 – 1979M
Holden, DavidHT 2Jan 1975 – Mar 1977R-DivIt was a good ship. Had a good time in Norfolk.
Pecoraro, DavidEN1Jan 1975 – Nov 1976A-division
Ramos, AndrewRM3Jan 1, 1975 – Jul 15, 1977OCRIP SMC Bolt, OSCS Wolfe, and many other shipmates. Also RIP RM3 Gonzo and wife from El Paso. Good times bad times! Hello to Cono, Foster, Larry, Bunch, Rudy Willem and the many friends I made. Farewell Trenton, good luck in India.
Lynch, JohnENJan 5, 1975 – Mar 18, 1976engineeringAt dock in Norfolk va., a ship hit our bow. It took off her signal bridge. A lot of damage. Gitmo,dry dock New York. A gang. Good guys.
Conlin, LarrySNJan 7, 1975 – Feb 9, 1977I ST DECKSHIPMATES, LOOKING FOR KENO POWELL, DOUG STEVERSON BM2 GILLIAND, AIR DALES PLAYING B BALL IN WELL DECK. HAAS RIDENHAUR, CHRISTIANSON HELLO. APOLOGIZE FOR MY DRUNKEN INSECURE BEHAVIOR. I GREW UP MERCHANT MARINE SINCE CHEERS TO THE DECK APES
Christiansen, GaryBM3Jan 8, 1975 – Jul 18, 19781stTony Haas, Hello , get in touch with me. Thanks,Gary
Passione, ConoRM3Jan 15, 1975 – Nov 20, 1976CommunicationsTwo of the most interesting years of my life. knowing now how the world is I wish I could do it all over again. "Some Men are Weatherwise, Some are Otherwise" Ben Franklin
Smith, Bruce VABF 2Jan 27, 1975 – Jan 18, 1979Air
Sakatos, GregoryOS3Feb 1, 1975 – Jul 7, 1978OI
Sakatos, GregoryOS3Feb 1, 1975 – Jun 7, 1978Operations/CIC
Smith, Jeffry / JjEM3Feb 1, 1975 – Jul 9, 1978Electrical
Sakatos, GregoryOS3Feb 1, 1975 – Jul 7, 1978OI
Wheeler, DanielEM3Feb 2, 1975 – Jan 18, 1977E
Zimmerman, Richard "Rick"BT2Mar 1975 – Oct 1979BShips Oil King and Fireroom Top Watch. Worked, drank, laughed and cried (Barcalona accident) with the best Shipmates ever to sail the seas. Please feel free to contact me...life is too short to forget those good times.
Wisotzkey, ThomasGMG3Mar 3, 1975 – Jun 19, 1978I MISS ALL OF THE GOOD OLD TIMES. BARCELONA WAS THE WORST DAY OF MY LIFE. IWENT INTO US NAVAL RESERVES AND RETIRED JAN. 01 GMG1 I WENT INTO AIR NATIONAL GUARD AND MADE E-7. FINALLY RETIRED 15 FEB. 08 TOM MARSHALL N I ARE STILL BEST OF FRIEN
Wisotzkey, Tom (Ski)GMG3Mar 5, 1975 – Jun 19, 19783rd DivisionWould like to communicate with old shipmates. tom.wisotzkey@yahoo.com.
Jones, Robert DanielPFC US MARINES 1ST BLT 6TH MAR 2ND MAR DIV. DELTA CO.Mar 7, 1975 – Apr 28, 19752nd marine companyHello to all shipmates and fellow marines who went down to veagus portorica and trained on the island with the dutch and royal marines and navy. Please write me if you were one of us. I would like to hear for anyone who was there.
Manning, BusterE3 X2Mar 10, 1975 – Jul 10, 19771st. Boat Crewlooking for some (old) friends
Manning, BarryE3Apr 11, 1975 – May 20, 1977boat div. coxswain LCM-6.looking for old friends like buddy williamson,freddy jo ridenhour, barry clemons,tony hass,mike loftin. looking for guys who hung out in the engine room of my LCM-6
Douglas, TullyBT3May 30, 1975 – May 25, 1981BIt has been a long time. I still remember. I can be found at tldouglas56@att.net or 217-740-7956 I am in Quincy, Illinois. Best of times, with some great guys. Barcelona incident is still a bad memory.
Compton, Richard profile iconE 5 MR2Jun 1975 – Feb 14, 1977A gangI worked in the machine shop and was the boat engineer for one of the "6 boats", I believe it was # 4.
Sirois, MatthewRMSN / RM3Jun 11, 1975 – Mar 12, 1977OCGood ship, good crew and a good experience for a young man.
Cantz, JimEM3Jun 15, 1975 – Sep 18, 1978ELooking for shipmates, especially sitting on the dock of the bay...that's you JJ. Thanks for the pictures flash.
Leonard, BillIC3Jul 1975 – Mar 1977ECool memories of some of the folks on board, of rolling that big tire around the Brooklyn Navy Yard with Eggman, Little Joe, Snits, Roger, et al. Bad memories of the Barcelona accident in '77. Glad I was in, glad I left after my time was up.
Perez, JimYN3Jul 1, 1975 – Sep 29, 1975Ship AdminLots of great memories. I recognize many names and would like to hear from anyone that served during the same time. I was there in Barcelona, lost shipmates as well. please write.
Woodbury, Terry (Woody)BM3Jul 12, 1975 – Jun 24, 19772nd Division (deck Department)I spent 2 years onboard. It was a great time going various places and meeting different people. the only bad time was January 1977 when on of our Mic-6 boats was hit and sank in the harbor of barsolona, Spain 49 died
Jarrett, EdETN 2Aug 1975 – Sep 13, 1977ETThis was my only ship in 6 years. I have good memories as well as the trauma of the accident.
Jones, William "bill"HT2 TO HTCAug 1975 – Aug 1980RepairLooking for Dave Edinger & Shakey Jake
McKinney, Joe (Hillbilly, Country, Bama)MM3Aug 1975 – Aug 1979EngineeringI will always remeber Barcelona. I had friends to go down and friends to survive. I didn't understand then but I do now the mission of the USS Trenton that contibuted to the freedom we have now in the USA.
Jackley, JayMMAug 30, 1975 – Nov 1976Engineeringwasn't on board long but the people were awesome.
Douglas, TullyBT3Sep 1975 – May 30, 1979BGenuine snipe doing the hole the oil lab and training instructor. went far. learned alot, saw alot, witness to the trajic deaths in Bracelona
Compton, RichardMR2Sep 1975 – Feb 1977Engineering
Perry, MikeBTFNNov 1975 – Jun 1976BoilersI was not there long enough to make any real friends. most of the time was spent in dry dock. I left the ship shortly after we got out. I remember it was a clean ship and most of the crew was pretty good people.
Tilleskjor, DaleL/CPLNov 14, 1975 – Jan 9, 1979 While we were docked in the port of Barcelona a Frieghter left port running over our mike boats transporting marines and sailors to shore, Killing 77 of my buddies. I luckily offered to take firewatch for a friend that gruesome night
Clayton, Johnny1976 – Jan 17, 19771sthi, my dad served on the Uss Trenton during the accident in Spain. He lived, but died a few years later when I was a baby. If anyone knows anything about Johnny Clayton please email me. Thanks so much Brandi
Walimaki, DavidOS21976 – Oct 1978OPSMet the ship in Brooklyn shipyard. Just missed the boat in Barcelona. (miss you Chief Wolfe).
Cosgrove, JohnEN 3 --E N -21976 – 1980a - div17 to 21.alot of growing up.10 people telling lies and one telling truth.for the caller's-HONORABLE DISCHARGE--i only tried to stop the wreck
Schank, CraigJO3Jan 1976 – Jan 1977JournalistWhat a fun 12 Months - enjoyed begining the newspaper "Ed the Informer" in Brooklyn, thanks to the IC gang for setting up the Closed Circuit TV Station. Had lots of fun with Roger, Dave, Tiny, Harry, Bill & Little Joe.
Irish, Brad/eye LashE2Jan 7, 1976 – Oct 8, 19782ndwere is Villara, Strech, Bobo, Tony Has, Shorty Rodrigues, Chris Christion, Johnny Claton, Fredie Joe Ridenhower?
Morgan, Robert / BobABH2Feb 1976 – Oct 1979AirBeing from Arizona and then being on the ocean was so eye opening. I enjoyed being a Yellow Shirt, loved the flight ops, and still miss some of my buddies from the accident in Barcelona. Hope all is well with my fellow shipmates.
Walimaki, DavidOS2Feb 1976 – Sep 1978OIJoined during the refit in Brooklyn Shipyards, departed during Med-cruise in 1978. Joined as an OSSN, left as an OS2.
Morgan, Robert / BobABH-2Mar 1976 – Oct 1979Air
Haas, Anthony (Tony)BM 3Mar 15, 1976 – Nov 15, 1978I was running the second liberty boat(LCM-6) in spain on the night of 01-17-76 it was also my dads birthday.I could not get in touch with my parents for two days. Branid i served with your dad contact me if you wish. sorry to hear he passed on.
Thackery, MarkHT3Apr 1976 – Dec 1978R divStarted in 2nd and transferred to R div. Learned a lot about different aspects of the Navy. Enjoyed time on the sea and shore. Remember good times and hard work.
Allen, NathineSA,E-1 FRApr 2, 1976 – Apr 2, 1982The Seafarer Program,(Seaman) (Fireman)I Nathine Allen need your help to find the DD214 from,with all the informion about my time in the U.S. Navy,and send the DD214 form to me this week,at my address,Nathine Allen,23559-M-140 Highway,South Haven,MI 49090.ITY
Hough, PatrickSAMay 1976 – May 1978Deck - 1stI will try to post a pic from the "70"s. Has anyone heard from Keith Jung or Bruce mensell?
Gordon, Carl (Flash)EM3May 1976 – 1979EEX SHIPMATES
Wakeham, JerryMS3May 10, 1976 – Mar 23, 1977SupplyWas on onboard when 49 sailors were killed in Barcelona accident. Became Christian in Naples on Med cruise 1977
Matthews, TimothySNJun 1976 – Jan 19771stWas medivaced back to the States for illness after the boat accident.
Drouillard, LorneBT/FNJun 1976 – Jul 1978B DivisionWorked in "2 fireroom learned alot and made many good friends one thing about being a snipe was that it made you be responsable and even though we all argued alot we all stuck together I am glad I did it
Lewis, Albert T.PN2Jun 6, 1976 – Oct 1976PersonnelDiscovered quickly that the CO and EXEC did not give a rats ass about their crew. Lousy food, poor accomadations, no crews lounge, etc. Never in my 8 years, aboard 2 other ships, have I ever experienced such conditions. This was reason I got out.
Fabiny, RonMM2Jun 7, 1976 – Dec 7, 1979MHad a great time during my duty on the Trenton. All the good times and friends I made out weighed the bad ones. I will always remember the guys we lost in Barcelona.
Swenson, SteveMM2Jun 23, 1976 – Jul 1, 1977m
Gordon, Carl (Flash)EM3Jul 1, 1976 – Jun 1, 1979ElectricalThe time I spent on the trenton hade good and bad times all in all it was a good life experance. Old Shipmates e-mail me (CGORDO295@AOL.COM)
Bninski, TomYN2Jul 4, 1976 – Sep 15, 1979deck, admin"it was many and many a year ago in a kingdom by the sea" e a poe
Van House, BobRM1Jul 12, 1976 – Aug 17, 1979OCWithout a doubt, the very best ship that I ever served on.
Clemons, BarryBM2Aug 1976 – Jan 29, 1980Deck/BoatLooking for old friends from 2 Med cruises from deck dept. BM1 Freddie Joe Ridenhour, BMCM T. Marshall, BM2 Hammond, OS3 Olson. PN3 T.Bninski. Many other "Old Salts". Trenton was a fine ship and my home for many months.
Rourke, DeanMM2Aug 1976 – May 1981M DivisionTime has shown there has been no greater group of men than those I served with, through good times and bad, none better
Baron, KeithE-1Aug 1, 1976 – Nov 1977aviation fuelsthe best time of my life
Evans, DavidSN/E3Aug 4, 1976 – Aug 3, 1980DG-9700
Reeves, Warren Aka SmileyE3Aug 31, 1976 – Aug 31, 1978boat/deck
Weeks, Earl profile iconFASep 1976 – 1979EngineeringI was on the Trenton deployed in the Med and later the Caribbean. Served with Chief Grettin, Ron Rice, Joe Farabee and others.
Donaldson, GregboatsSep 1976 – Mar 29, 1980BThis was definitely the best time to be in the Navy. The crews on the Trenton were the best to serve with. Lots of remembers
Long, William ( Bill)FIREMAN/ MMSep 20, 1976 – Jan 30, 1979EngineeringWas onboard during the boat accident in Barcelona Spain. I was surprised to find out there is a memorial at fleet landing honoring those who perished. Awesome ship sorry to see her decommissioned.
Mycek, BobHM 3Oct 1, 1976 – 1977MedicalI remember the Barcelona accident very well. I had the duty that night in Medical and was sent on shore to help identify the remains of the recovered shipmates. I am going to be in Barcelona August 18th, 2010.
Moore, KeithSGT/E-5Nov 1976 – Mar 1977USMC Shore PartyI was aboard the Trenton at least 3 or 4 times and might have a combined time spent on board of more than 2 years. We visited Barcelona a couple of years lafter the accident there and I placed a wreath on the original memorial during a cere
Oberg, RobertSeamanNov 1976 – May 1977Beachmaster Unit 2 Remarkable Med cruise. Survivor of liberty boat accident in Barcelona, Spain.
Allred, StanleyEN5Nov 10, 1976 – 1977A divisionI’d just like to give a shout out to all my friends from the Trenton!!! Micheal Hocking, John Cosgrove, Bill Bailey,Micheal Durnham Chris Martinez and the countless others!!
Stolzenberger, Tom "Stoltz"E-2Nov 25, 1976 – Jun 16, 1977OI DivisionThis Med Cruise was a huge life learning experience for me. This cruise was my first assignment after bootcamp. OI Division was great and my time spent on Trenton was a highlight of my life. The Barcelona tragedy sucked.
Caldwell, DaleBMSNDec 1976 – Sep 19782nd/boatI was an assault boat coxswain trained by freddie jo ridenhour. I took over for gary christiansen,who was one hell of a coxswain..I have alot of good memories from the trenton and can't wait to hear from you guys!!

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