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USS Charles F. Adams (DDG 2) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Charles F. Adams (DDG 2). 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 223 crew members registered for the USS Charles F. Adams (DDG 2).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1971 | 1972 – 1979 | 1980 – 1983 | 1984 – now

McIntosh, James / Mac profile iconIC31972 – 1975engineeringAnyone aboard the 1973 to 1974 Red Sea Cruise, I truly need your help with my VA claim for disability. ALL of my Med. records from the cruise are missing. Any memories of me or that cruise are desperately needed. PM me!!
Bonin, RichardQM31972 – 1975NXLiving in RI. Wouldn't mind talking to anyone in the RI area.
Lee, KennethRM2Jan 1972 – Jul 11, 1975OC
Camp, RandyBT2Jun 14, 1972 – Feb 13, 1976BHad a lot of good times and good friends on the Adams,I retired from the naval reserve in 1996.
Kasenow, Thomas J.HMCJul 5, 1972 – May 31, 1974NX
Metka, EdwardFTM1Jul 10, 1972 – Aug 20, 1976GMWorked on the Fire Control radar 51C, made a Middle East cruise and survived a year in the Philadelphia Naval shipyard.
McIntosh, James profile iconIC3Sep 1972 – Jun 1974R DivisionThe 74 Red Sea Cruise was the worst ever. It affected many lives adversely and it should never have deployed. It was tragic. Frought with illnesses, Jaundice, food poisoning, disease, viruses, disentary, No AC. wow.
Lane, MonsonGMG-3Dec 1972 – Sep 11, 1975GM
Cooner, Joe E.RMC RetiredDec 1972 – Oct 1974OCI am part of the Adams Class Veterans Association and Jacksonville Historic Naval Ship Association in Jacksonville, Florida. We are bringing the Adams home in 2016 from the grave yard. Help us by donating
Golden, Murray (Chip)ETN31973 – 1974OE
Duke, George F. (Frank)STG-21973 – 1978SonarServed aboard Adams through Mideast Cruise, North Atlantic, Mediterranean, Overhaul in Philadelphia where I met my wife of 34 years, Gitmo and numerous trips to the Caribbean. It was five memorable and rewarding years.
Brown, LawrenceETCApr 11, 1973 – Jul 1, 1974OE
Shaw, DaveIC-3Mar 12, 1974 – Jun 5, 1974ICThis was my first ship before Nuke school. I wish I could have stayed longer. Great Ship & Shipmates!
Day, LesterMMCSNov 1974 – Jul 1976Eng.Great Ship with a great crew & great officers
Herzog, Robert (The Zog)PI-E31975 – 1975OP?Temporary duty. Transferred over while underway back from a Med Cruise while on USS America by helicopter. Worked as a Scope Dope because of my clearance. Went to Halifax, Nova Scotia and then flew back to Norfolk.
Cannon, StevenHT2Jan 30, 1975 – Apr 4, 1978RMet some real nice people.
Gray, Stuart/ StuENFAFeb 1975 – Mar 1977R GangWas an experience to be on the Duce. Reported onboard when she was into ship yards in Philadelphia, and left her in Mayport Florida. Made 2 carribean crusies, going to Gitmo. ,Rosy Roads PR, St Thomas, and Hati.
Mooney, RichardFTG3 FTG1Apr 1975 – Nov 19792ndFirst ship of my career
Wattenberg, LesBT2Apr 25, 1975 – Feb 24, 1981BOil King. Hello fellow snipes!!She's a great ship.I'm glad she's going to be restored.Amazing!
Evans, BillTM3Jul 15, 1975 – Mar 30, 1978A/S
Tomasic, TomHT31976 – 1979RLots of memories
Healey, Ed --- E.j.MM2Jan 2, 1976 – Aug 21, 1979M DivisionAft engineroom was my home away from home. Shared it with Grady, Mitch, Chump, Bart, Leo, Snider, Reyes, Watson and others... Great time during my career. Retired from Navy Sept.30,1995.
Potter, RichardMS1Jun 1976 – 1980Supply/Galley
Allen, JerryHT3Jul 6, 1976 – Jul 6, 1980Damage Control DivisionLooking for Tommy ( Hound dog) Stephens
Sawyer, BobMM2Aug 1976 – Apr 1981MI definately had my "Highs and Lows" while in the Navy but I did make the best of it and learned a trade that I am using and going to retire on
Schichler, Ben...benny Or Bernie...BM3Sep 1976 – Jun 20, 19791stWow,alot of great Memories,2 med cruises,caribian,War games,getting kicked out of ports,Running straight thru a hurricain,Hangin' out in the Captains Gig,lol.meeting on the fantail. Operating H.P. Boilers now. Email me.
Miller, Harold ButchGMT 1Aug 10, 1977 – Jun 30, 1982ASThe Charlie Deuce was the best ship I served aboard during my 20 years in the Navy. It was great ship and the crew shared a common pride in the ship as "second to none". I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the Adams and crew.
Johnston, DavidGMG3Oct 15, 1977 – Jun 30, 1980G-DivThe best ship I served on and with the best crew. Had some bad times and great ones. Hope to hear from anyone from then,wish all is well with everyone.
Borrelli, BryanOS2Jan 1978 – Apr 1983OII'll never forget forget the '82 SNFL cruise
Devers, JimFTM2Feb 7, 1978 – Sep 10, 1982GMMiss the Old CFA ...
Robertson, RobertLTMay 1978 – Jul 1981A-Gang/GMServed first as DCA then Missile Fire Control Officer when we came out of the shipyard.
Stephens, Ronald (Ron)EW2Aug 1978 – Jan 1, 1982OI/OEWhat a wild ride. Out running hurricanes in the North Atlantic.
Walker, AllenBT-2Mar 1979 – Sep 1979(B)
Cook, DaveFTM3Jun 1979 – Jun 7, 19802nd
Savino, PeterSTG2Jun 1979 – Jul 29, 1981ASThis was the best ship and crew I had the honor to serve on.
Hoschek, MikeSK2Jul 1979 – Nov 17, 1980supplymy last tour in the navy,I remember that it was tight fit when you went to your bunk. Mayport was a blast Especially when the forest fire was out to sea
Santoro, TonySK3Aug 1979 – 1980SUPPLY
Broadway, GeorgeBTFNOct 29, 1979 – Jun 3, 1981B
Cherro, Mike profile iconSM1Dec 1979 – Oct 1981OCGreat ship. Retired in 1993 as a SMCS(SW/AW). Currently living in Corpus Christi Texas, working as the General Manager of Corpus Christi Harley Davidson.
Whitcomb, JimSTG 2Dec 29, 1979 – May 21, 1982WEPThe Deuce was one helluv a ship and the men that sailed Her are among the best. I won't forget the good time doing goodwill cruises in the Caribean and the hard times standing on Gonzo Station in the Persian Gulf (we did get beer rats).

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