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USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22). 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 615 crew members registered for the USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG 22).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Engle, Bruce D.DC21968 – 1970R
Turilli, LouisYN31968 – 1969OPS
Gorin, BernieSM21968 – 1971OCAn experience that will remain special to me forever.
Wang, Dr. GeorgeLt. Commander1968 – 1970Destroyer Division 252I'm searching for anyone who remembers and served with my husband, Dr. George Wang. He was aboard the Stoddard and had many fond memories. He pased away Feb. 2011.
Gorin (Gorczynski), BernieSM21968 – 1971OC
Nottingham, JoeSTG3Jan 1968 – Dec 1969ASW
Andersen, StephenRD3Jan 1968 – Feb 1971Operations
Dahle, Johnqm3Jan 1, 1968 – Sep 15, 1970opsI'm looking for my long lost buddy, bernie gorin sm2 I have been searching his home town area in San Francisco CA for several years now, but have forgotten the exact location. If you are out there Bern, please write to
Weiss, GeraldETN-2Mar 7, 1968 – Aug 31, 1968OperationsGreat people; Sabelhaus, Buckhanan, Booker just to name a few. SN Melroe, Davis worked hard to make OPS compt. 4.0. Compartment of the week. I returned from NAM. with 6 months till EOS. A bunch of us went to T.I. for Discharge.
McCann, WilfordLT/LCDRApr 1968 – Nov 1969Operations
Watson, DanRD3 RD2Apr 1, 1968 – Dec 20, 1969operationsEnterprise fire, Westpac 69,
Watson, DanRD2Apr 1, 1968 – Nov 1, 1969operations
Zylowski, Walter "Ski" profile iconFTG2Apr 28, 1968 – Jun 10, 1972F&Gmiss you guys NEED! pics of our remodeled berthing space, red blue and yellow with the paths and the brass F&G
Davison, HaroldIC2Jun 1968 – Sep 1969
Beal, RickLT (jg)Jun 15, 1968 – Mar 8, 1971Engineering DeptGreat ship - great crew. WestPac cruises in 1969 and 1970.
Ray, HaroldCWOJul 1968 – Dec 1970OE
Worrell, TerrySTG2Aug 1968 – Jan 18, 1972A/S
Worrell, TerrySTG2Aug 1968 – Feb 1972ASW
Cranford, DennisYN3Aug 1968 – Aug 1969OPSEnjoyed my tour on the Stoddert
Reicks, Keith A. profile iconSNAug 16, 1968 – May 7, 1970First Div/WEPSMy husband is in need of buddy letters ~ Wondering if there is anyone on here that was is in First Division (deck force) and in the WEPS division during my time, Please email me at n.reicks4@gmail.com
Hoffman, Michael K.BM3Sep 1968 – Dec 19, 19711stIf you can see this go to "DDG22.com" for the scuttlebutt. Reunions have been occuring annually since 2002?
Roberts, MikePN3Sep 1968 – Feb 19711st/OPMet J.T. Moore in the motorwhale boat,hung w/Fleming, worked for BM1 Pokorny, then PN1 Fightmaster. 2 WESTPACS, humped 75lb. projectiles, did the typhoon. What a ride!
McWilliam, JohnEnsignSep 1968 – Apr 1971WeaponsFirst tour of duty. Last ship on gun line at end of Viet Nam war. Left for Hong Kong for R&R.
Stone, George( King Spline)GMM2Sep 1, 1968 – Feb 6, 1972F&GGrew up on this ship ,had friends I'll remember all of my life. Retired 1999 CWO4 . Thanks
Grzywacz, ThomasETN2Sep 15, 1968 – Aug 8, 1969OE
Peeks, LarryEN2Sep 22, 1968 – Jul 1, 1970"R"Came aboard in 68 to work in "R" Division.After meeting Capt.Taylor I was made his boat engineer.I was also in charge of both emergencey fire pumps and both forward and aft emergencey diesel generators.
Sublette, JohnOct 1968 – Apr 1969Looking for other crew members who assisted in the clean up for the USS ENTERPRISE deckfire on January 14, 1969.
Stevens, JohnFTM2Oct 1968 – Dec 1972Fox
Bodine, BoRm1 - lt/ldo retOct 1968 – Jun 1971OCBest ship and crew in the Navy. Very proud to have served on her
Venis, SteveSH2 E5Oct 14, 1968 – Sep 1, 1971SupplyStarted as a deck hand moved to barber and ships store. Lots of great memories of friends and adventures in Westpac.
Boyce, Mark C.GMG31969 – 1972Weapons
Funk, BarryE4/SH31969 – 1969Naval Gun Support
Fleming, SteveYN3Jan 1969 – May 1971
Tribble, MichaelIC2Feb 1969 – Feb 1970EEven with Vietnam, the Stoddard was the best ship in the Navy. I just wish she was still floating. See everyone at September's Reunion.
Spikes, CharlieBT2Feb 1969 – Dec 1972EngineeringGlad I did those years with the men I did them with. Except JP Smith. He was an asshole. The hit we took in 72 was not flak. It was real and made a very big hole in the port side. I salute those who were killed in mt.51
Myer, KenLI3Feb 1969 – Sep 19711stHi shipmates, The Sweat was a good ship to be stationed on. Way more laid back than the other DDG’s. I made LI3 and went to Edsel Island for the rest of my tour.
Morse, Loren (Butch)E-4 SIGNALMANFeb 3, 1969 – Feb 2, 1973OCHad some of the best and worst of times, I miss it, and many of the crew. God bless all of us during our greatest adventure. SM-1 1979 retired 1980 Broken Service 1969-1973 USS Benny Sweat 1976-1980 USS Goldsboro
Morse, Loren (Butch)E-3 TO E-4Feb 3, 1969 – Feb 2, 1973OC operationsThrough Good times and Bad, USS Benny Sweat was the best. SM3 Morse
Jerry, FordMM2Feb 6, 1969 – Mar 10, 1974ENGINEERINGI AM VERY PROUD OF MY SHIP, MY BROTHERS, AND TESTING MYSELF. I GREW INTO THE MAN I WANTED TO BE.
Eaton, Michael (Mike)FTM2Mar 1969 – Aug 1973FoxDid four tours on the "Benny Sweat". Had a great time with some great shipmates. Liberty in Surabaya, Indonesia to active volcano was a hilarious misadventure. Miss all the comaraderie. Well wishes to all.
Seville, HerbFTMSNApr 1969 – Feb 1971WeaponsFrom time to time I think about the guys I remember. Richard Spacek, Michael Meyers, John Goolsby, George Stone Jr. Tom "Ripper" Collins, Max Moreira. I also remember my friend the red head, David Larson. Good times, and a few bad times
Bates, LesDK1Apr 12, 1969 – Oct 31, 1971SupplyMade 2 great WESPAC's on the STODDERT. Many great shipmates; to name a few PN1 Fightmaster, YN1 Chodykin, HM3 Marketto, other DK's Winship, Hannah, Pope, Romero. Helped DESRON5 defeat COMSERVRON5 in 1971 golf match with HMC Dooley, SK2 Flores,
Ridlon, JohnBT2Apr 27, 1969 – May 22, 1972EngineeringWas in forward fireroom with Willie Guadaramma,BTC Gerth,Sam Hung, Jim Baker. Got my jaw broke and was in Tripler Hospital for three months while Yall went across the equater.Was on board when we took the hit in Nam.
Brown, J. O. (Jim)ETR2Jun 1969 – Oct 1973OEGreat ship, best crew. Joined Resereves in 1989 and currently with NCHB-3 out of Alameda, CA. Made SKCS. Best wishes to all my shipmates.
Cunningham, BillMM3Jun 10, 1969 – Jan 1972A-gang
Waller, AlanGMG2Jun 20, 1969 – Dec 1, 1971G-DIV GUNS
Spangenberg, MarkGMM3Aug 1969 – Apr 1971F&GFantastic ship and crew. Made many great friends. Almost wish I could do it again...Almost
Malorzo, FrankSK2Aug 1969 – Feb 1971SUPPLY
Selzer, JoeDC/FNSep 1969 – May 1971Even though it was 34 years ago, it was like yesterday. Many more fond and pleasant memories than bad ones. Good times, good ports, good friends and shipmates. Never more than three miles from land.
Everline, BillETN3Sep 1969 – Jul 1971OEGreat time in my life! We had a great ET group!
Collins, Johnny/ripgmg3Sep 1969 – 1973First/GNo grudges held with any of which I've served.Salute to those who fought the fire,thus saving the ship at Refueling Piers.I am now honored to have served with those who died in the line of duty at Mt.51.
Earley, PaulEM1Sep 2, 1969 – Jun 28, 1971I am looking for any Electrician who severed aboard during this time peroid.
Harris, Manuel / MannySTG3/STG2Sep 9, 1969 – Jun 5, 1974ASWGreat WestPacs - PI, Taiwan, Japan, HK, Surabaja, Indonesia (Shellback '70). Turn around at Equador '71. RIP: Mills, Martin, Euler, and Larson. Write me!
McPhillips, SteveYN 3Sep 18, 1969 – Jun 25, 1971OperationsCame aboard in First Division, then was a YN striker in the ships Office. Many good times, remember my boss Walt Chodigan, Les Bates, who I played golf with and carryed his bag many times. Wound up making YN 3,. Koopman and Spangenburg remember them
Cadiz, JoseSM/TM3Sep 23, 1969 – Sep 15, 1974DECK/ASWTHE BEST TIME IN THE NAVY FOR ME.I will be at the reunion
Pettigrew, ButchEW1Oct 1969 – May 1971OPSEnjoyed the crew, only good memories
Tansley, PhilFTM1Nov 1969 – Jun 1974FoxServed aboard when ship and crew were put to the test. So many fond memories. Great ship!
Tennenini, LouRM2Dec 1969 – Jul 1972OC DivI'm proud to have served aboard the Stoddert. It's nice to know she received a proper burial at sea, and didn't end up as scrap. Not forgotten: Michael Martin LCDR, GMCS Chief Uhler, GMG1 Bob Mills, GMGSN David Larson
Dungan, JimBT-3Dec 30, 1969 – Sep 1972EngineeringThere for the fire of Oct 71, the guy that hurt jumping from the mast and grossing equator; pay back was hell that day for us pollywogs. Duty in #2 boiler room. Great times Japan and Subic Bay.

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