The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Conyngham (DDG 17). 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 377 crew members registered for the USS Conyngham (DDG 17).
|Webb, Randal||E 5||1989 – 1990|
|Hedrick, Dan||BM3||Jan 1989 – May 25, 1990||1ST Division/Deck Department||I was onboard for a short time. I transfered over from the USS Wisconsin (BB-64). While on the Conyngham i spent most of my time working in th galley.|
|Robertson, Eric (Baby Doc)||SN HM STRIKER||Mar 15, 1989 – Jun 20, 1990||deck / h||Was a striker for medical with hmc daniels and hm3 oroz. Learned how much i wanted to be a doc that day. Had the honor of escorting Pope Gordon to the normandy. Would like to hear from mike mullen, and frank holder. Also remember you vacc.|
|Read, Melvin||MM3||May 1989 – Jun 1990||M||Was on the Gus boat for one year. I stood watch in B4. Just got off watch right before the fire started. The year I spent on DDG-17 was one of the hardest I had out of 26 years I spent in. Retired now.|
|Brandenburg, Matt||MSSN||Jun 1989 – Sep 1990||Supply||Dont miss flippin burgers, dont like making toast now. I still think about the fire, and will never forget seeing the Normandy and the Briscoe on the horizon. Had good times and some bad ones too. Miss the good ones though. email@example.com|
|Daniels, Ron (Doc)||HMC||Jun 1989 – May 1990||Medical||Will never forget that tragic morning in May, 1990. Have long since retired, but still in medicine. Would like to hear from old shipmates!|
|Velilla, Carlos||E-5||Jun 10, 1989 – Oct 19, 1990||OPS||To all that have been on ships with me especially in the OPS dept lets see if we can get in contact with each other|
|Vaccarella, Mike||BMCS||Nov 1989 – Dec 1990||WEAPONS / DECK||Was on the Cony a short while made a few friends who I still keep in contact with, was Seaman then, how much has changed since!|
|Jaeger, Michael||GMCS||Dec 9, 1989 – Sep 10, 1990||Missiles|
|Randolph, Charles||STG 3||Dec 12, 1989 – Oct 10, 1990||AS||That was the craziest time ever in my military career!! Way too much stress on that boad during that time!!|
|Gardner, Edward||fa||Dec 17, 1989 –||no2 boiler room|
|Gann, John||SM2||1990 –||OC||To everyone who was onboard the day she burnt hello. I was only there a few months but wow what a few months that was.|
|Hansen, Pete||MM||Jan 1, 1990 – Jul 15, 1990||m||was only on her for a bit but was there when she burned|
|Thornley, Johnny||E-3/SN, now retired BM1(SW)||Jan 21, 1990 – Oct 1990||1st Division|
|Tyler, Eric||GMT2||Mar 3, 1990 – Nov 15, 1990||WS||Suffered through the fire and decom. I have sinced retired from the Navy. GMT1 Tom Snyder, where are you now?????|
|Ruth, Jeffrey||MMFN||Apr 1990 – Jul 1990||M & A-Gang||Was on for a short time and during the fire. In M-Division in aft engine room then after fire went to A-Gang.|
|Manley, Clyde||E5 / Tm2 Clyde Manley||Apr 6, 1990 – Oct 30, 1990||weapons||I was on board for a short period of time. My job assignment was in the weapons Department. Torpedo mate. Yes ! i had experience that unforgettable and horrify massive fire.. i will never forget it ,retired now.|
There are currently no planned reunions.