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USS Elliot (DD 967) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Elliot (DD 967). 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 550 crew members registered for the USS Elliot (DD 967).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1986 | 1987 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – 1997 | 1998 – 2000 | 2001 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Tucker, Gerald (Jerry)GSE21977 – 1981EngineeringRemembering: George (The Junk) Junak, Greg (Hickster) Mulder, Pat (PFH) Herrin, Mike (BooBoo) ???, Greg (Chester) McKinney, Brian (Mac) McDonald and many more. Remembering sitting at the round table, Miller vs Bud, and many more deep discussions.
Gates, BillE4/FT1977 – 1980FOXZinging past the Russian destroyer that was trying to block us from the Russian carrier rock! And then almost pulling along side their brand new carrier to take photos for HQ was way cool too. All vertical take off aircraft, new concept.
Hagan, DougSTG21977 – 1978Weapons A/SI was the sixth none plank owner to report aboard when she pulled into San Diego. Munchkin they called me. Visits to Nanoose Canada, Pananma Canal, Rockland ME, Pascagoula MS, Newport RI. How many people did we give tours too? Thousands
Nowicki, GaryE31977 – 1978Deck Remember the snowball fight on the deck at the shipyard. Plankowner
Scholl, Mike 'DocEN2Jan 1977 – Dec 1979MProud ship to be on. She will be missed.
Elliott, James JimboDS2Jan 1977 – Apr 1981OEGood memories - Great friends - Wee Hours! Sailed with Russians - mooned same! Worked hard - played hard - learned a lot (these might be listed backwards!)
Blilie, JonSTGCJan 1977 – Jun 1980A/S
Knox, AllanET3Jan 1, 1977 – Nov 11, 1978OEThe only thing better than the ship was the crew. I'm proud to have served with each and every one of them.
Knerr, Patrick "Mad Dog"EN2Jan 22, 1977 – Apr 21, 1978EngineeringPlank owner and loved the tridation of commissioning. Lots of work for a "new" ship. I hope the first time was the last time she went "hot, quiet, and dark".
Kinner, Jeff KinnerEN3Jan 22, 1977 – Sep 18, 1977weaponsHad a great time on her as we took her out for the first time to test her from the yard in miss. Made alot of friends on her and didn't find out till recent she was sunk. She was the last american warship to go through panama in 1977.
Blilie, JonSTGCJan 22, 1977 – Jun 1980A/S
Eisman, AlanBM3Feb 1977 – Oct 1979FirstSome of the best (and worst!) times of my life! Great bunch of guys, (mostly) and a great experience!
Budzitowski, Dennis (Bud)GSM2Feb 1, 1977 – Jul 1, 1981MI miss her so. EMO2, EMO1 and 3 generator. Exciting times, I hope all my old shipmates are doing well, I have heard from Don Mills, Bill O'Sullivan and Lt Bender, all are well. Now retired.
Mattingly, TimENFNMar 1977 – Feb 15, 1978Tough going the first year. But a good group of people to work with.
Roberts, StephenHT1Mar 28, 1977 – May 30, 1981RThe Elliot was brand spanking new when I went aboard. With her sinking every ship I served on is now on the bottom of the ocean. Makes a man feel old.
Ryan, TomEMApr 1, 1977 – Jun 1, 1978EI'm looking for people that can help me remember anything, anything at all ! Time of your life eh kid? In touch with Greg (Hickster) Mulder. Where are the rest of you guys?
Miller, BruceFTG2May 1977 – Apr 1979FOXMy best days in the Navy were on the Elliot
Werre, GuySTG3May 15, 1977 – Mar 21, 1979AS
Weiss, Mark L'Il DocHM2May 23, 1977 – Jul 25, 1979SickBayI too remember our first WESPAC-Mark N, Jim E, Sidewalk Sammie-I remember! My one man food fight after 10 days of 24/7 exercises, and no fresh water! Got 33 years with Verizon, 5 kids and 5 grandkids...life is GOOD!
Taylor, Steve profile iconE3 / PN / BMJun 1977 – May 1978PN/Data BanksPLANKOWNER (still have plank and book) Enjoyed the time I was on her. Also spent time on the Kinkaid and Hewitt learning about Spruance Class Destroyers. Elliot by far the pick of the litter. Lots of lifetime memories.
Werre, GuySTG3Jun 1, 1977 – May 2, 1978ASI have such great memories of my time spent on the Elliott. The people I meet are embedded forever in my mind. The cruise to Rockland Maine was an unbelievable experience. I would love to hook up with all the Sonar gang. Feel free to get in touch.
Seidemann, Sam SeidemannDD 967Jun 12, 1977 – May 11, 1980OEMany great friends and memories. Favorite memory is ships 1st Westpac. (Sidewalk Sam). Am now a teacher. Hey John Dill, can you believe it? Hope to hear from some of you. Ciao
Rivera, OrlandoSH3Jun 17, 1977 – Aug 17, 1981SH DivisionLagasca, Francisco, Torres, Poetter, Cosgrove, Piccolo (Hey Frank saw u @ the hospital in the Bx when my daughter broke her finger), & the rest of the guys from SH & Supply Div. a BIG "WHASSUP". If u c this get my email and reach out.
Mulder, Gregg , HicksterIC3/GSE3Jun 20, 1977 – Mar 6, 1979engRemember the great parties in the desert? How about radio mystery theater in Long Beach. How about those Wherwolves of Long Beach.Gettin crazy in fwd Gyro. Findind the fog machine.
Robert, SzymkowskiMS-3Jun 23, 1977 – Jun 23, 1980S-2
Hostetter, LeeCTR3Jul 17, 1977 – Jul 17, 1981Naval Security Group ActivityServed TAD aboard the Elliot during Iranian hostage crisis. Enjoyed the time and the port calls to Seychelles and Singapore.
Hruska, PhilipET3Aug 1977 – Dec 1979OEThe first WestPac in 1979 was crazy. Several blackshoes (Doc, Jimbo, Seidemann) actually "mooned" the Russian sailors from Cruiser #712 as they manned the rails. We were somewhere in the Indian Ocean and our ships were so close together, side-
Kivlan, BillRM3/2Aug 1977 – Dec 1979OCGreat Crew and Great Westpac. Did 20 and got out as LT/CWO3. Cant believe how quick it went. I see a lot of names on here. Now if I can figure out how to get to the email address. God speed and good luck!
Kempher, Douglas --- KempdogTM2Aug 29, 1977 – Aug 29, 1980WEAPONSHELLO ALL, HEARD FROM AFEW OF YOU GUYS AND STG2 JERRY SHEEHAN HAS PASSED AWAY FROM CANCER IN 2002...
Crunkleton, MarkFTM2Oct 1977 – Feb 1982FOXIt was fun.
Klopotoski (Ski), MichaelGSM2Nov 28, 1977 – Aug 1979MI have many fond memories of my time spent on Elliot especially with my hard working ship mates in engineering. Also remember the tackle football games in Balboa Park. I am currently a senior level manager with the Commonwealth of Pa.
Beard, Jerome/nighttrainYN2Dec 17, 1977 – Apr 16, 1980Ops(Ship's Office)Everytime I eat Steak & Lobster I still think about the IO!!
Ezquerro, GregYN2Dec 30, 1977 – Dec 14, 1979A/S & EngineeringMade and met some great people onboard. Great times!
Shaw, BobQM21978 – Oct 1981NavHave great memories on Elliot: picking up refugees, washing Downes in Strait of Malacca after Ranger struck an oiler, places we visited, baptism in Seychelles, Subic and the many friends made. Steve Golemb and family visited a couple months ago.
Fulfer, Guy (On My Last Ship...)STG21978 – 1980A/SIt's so hard to believe Elliot was brand new when I arrived on it, and now it's sitting on the bottom of the ocean as part of an artifical reef, Sure was a fast and beautiful ship, a great crew too - Hello to all the crew that served aboard her
Szwaja, JosephHT31978 – 1979RDid we really moon all those ships?
Lawrence, Wild BillRM31978 – 1979OCGreat ship and we thought we had top notch technology then on the Elliot. We have come a long way Baby!
Taylor, Matt Or TedSTG21978 – 1981ASI was looking for some of the guys I played music with Neil Wilbur, Daniel Golec and others
Bender, GregLTFeb 1978 – Jun 1980M
Powell, BrianfiremanFeb 1978 – Apr 1980mp divisionseen and did a lot on west pac, wish I could do it again
Jim, KnuffEW2Mar 1978 – Feb 1979Ops
Perkins, Daniel profile iconSNApr 1, 1978 – Apr 1980Deck and MedicalLots of good and crazy times with you all. Hope life is treating you well. Give me a shout... it would be great to reconnect.
Jennings, LoyalSM-3May 1, 1978 – Dec 23, 1981OPSBEST TIME OF MY LIFE,GREAT TIMES, GREAT FRIENDS. WOULD LIKE TO RE-CONNECT WITH OLD SHIPMATES DENNY SMITH, ROGER SEVERSON, SHERMAN JACKSON,GREG DODGE ED CASHMON OR ANYBODY WHO REMEMBERS ME AND WOULD LIKE TO CHAT
Dodge, GregoryE-3 BOASTSWAIN\'S MATEJun 1, 1978 – Jun 1, 19801st
Herrmann, Gary profile iconFTM2Jul 15, 1978 – Jul 18, 1982FOXI have nothing but the fondest memories of my service on the USS Elliot. During Elliot's overhaul in Seattle, I met my future wife on the other side of Puget Sound in Bremerton. We have been married for 38 years.
Ferguson, KellySTG3Aug 1978 – Aug 1982sonardates aren't exact
Kinney, GaryGMG2/EOD MODET 12Aug 1978 – Nov 19792ndHad a great time riding with you guys...
Golec, Dan ("little Doc")HM-2Sep 6, 1978 – Apr 12, 1982SICKBAYHelped rescue Vietnamese boat people who'd been attacked by Thai pirates during our WESPAC under Commander Norton. Helpled the City of Portland when Mt. St. Helens erupted, on our way to Seattle drydock in Elliot Bay. Great times. Miss pal
Coskery, Bryan (Cos)BM3Dec 6, 1978 – Jul 24, 1982DeckLove my expericence on board the Elliott.From Subic Bay to Aukland New Zeland.Went on 2 west pacs.Best time was EQUATOR WATCH and SCHELLBACK initiation (ha ha) .Would love to her from shipmates Later COS

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