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USS Dale (CG 19) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Dale (CG 19). 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 565 crew members registered for the USS Dale (CG 19).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – now

Wiedl, RobertBM3Jan 5, 1967 – Oct 3, 1969FirstThe best ship and crew in the 7th Fleet.
Stagnaro, George 'Little Stag'STG-3Jun 1967 – Sep 1969ASServed aboard 1967-1969, two tours. Served in AS DIv. with my brogther Bob, 'Big Stag'. I was 'Little Stag'. Hope the years have been good to old shipmates.
Sejnowski, Leo /skiRD2Jun 1, 1967 – Aug 1, 1970OI
Meredith, Denis profile iconLTSep 1967 – Dec 1969Navigation
Owen, ColeLTjg1968 – 1970SupplyUSS Dale DLG-19 during my service..
Kasperek, RonaldEM31968 – 1970ELooking for anyone who served with me on the Dale.
Springer, RobertE-2May 1968 – May 1970I need to prove that I was on board the USS Dale during the Vietnam War. Looking for the Ships Logs covering the periods of 1968 through 1970.
Troxel, LarryMM3May 15, 1968 – Oct 21, 1969M
Davis, HowardIC3Jul 1968 – Jun 1970engineering
Curry, HarveyMR-5Sep 10, 1968 – Oct 9, 1970M
Owen, ColeLTJGOct 1968 – Jan 1971SupplyServed in Dale as DLG-19; two WestPac cruises with great crew. Fortunate to see two former shipmates within past year.
Eley, JamesSNOct 1968 – Oct 19691st DivisionMy first ship USS Dale DLG 19 my first year in the Navy. Later went to Da Nang, Vietnam January 1970-November 1970. Made BM3 My last duty station was the Destroyer DD 850 Joseph Kennedy Jan 1971-July 1972. Left for home
Fields, RoySNNov 1968 – Jan 1970First DivisionGreat ship. Trip down under was a blast. Although we only served just over a year on board, we served our entire naval enlistment together. Here's to Amardo Aguirra and Patrick Rester.
Fierro, EliasSNNov 1968 – Jan 1970deck handHAD A GREAT TIME ON BOARD
Garrett, JamesSM3Dec 1968 – Sep 1969Great Ship!! WESTPAC cruise of 1969 was memorable and world events notable. Cruising to New Zealand was the highlight.
Smithson, Robert/smittySPCM/BTCMDec 6, 1968 – Apr 2, 1970EngineeringA great engineering crew! Completed all of our engineering trails & finally got off of water hours!
Rizzi, TomSK31969 – Nov 10, 1970SupplySpare parts ordering and Ships store operator
Farmer, RobertSK21969 – 1970SupplyRepair parts storekeeper
Gibson, David [ Hoot ]MMFN E-3Jan 29, 1969 – Aug 1, 1969M DIVISION
Kleimenhagen, William FMay 1969 – Jun 1969HC-7Combat Rescue Aircrewman. Best regards to all who served aboard the USS Dale.
Gross, RobertFTM 3Jun 10, 1969 – Apr 23, 19703rdDecommissioned her.
Lapetina, TonySTG2Aug 10, 1969 – Dec 15, 1970A/STime to get some more pre-1971 sailors in this list! Was part of crew that sailed from S. Diego, through Panama Canal & up East Coast to decomm original Dale in Bath, ME for retrofit work (Aegis, etc.). Let's hear from others who made this trip
Daniels, JamesSTG2Sep 10, 1969 – Nov 8, 1970A/S1970 WESTPAC deployment and decommissioning cruise to Bath, MA.
Paul, Worthy/carlFTGSN1970 – 1970Fire ControlThose I remember Bobby Gross Robert Plummer Wartel
Carpenter, GerryEN3Jan 1, 1970 – Oct 19, 1970AGreat times on a great ship. Made last tour toTonkin Gulf in early part of 1970. Took ship to Bathe Maine and left for new duty station just before decom. I made many friends while serving on the Dale.
Schuh, SteveSTG2Dec 2, 1970 – Apr 10, 1976Weapons WA ASWPlankowner Served on both Dales; DLG-19 and CG19. Great ship, great crew, great memories
George, DaveGMM21971 – 1974WMPlank Owner One of the first to arrive from Norfork
Exley, KerryEM31971 – 1973R-Divison Was on the Dale trough pre-comtraining and Commissioning at Bath , Maine . Great Ship -Good Crew
Labon, ThomasBT21971 – Feb 1975BHey all, I was assigned to the Dale when she was being "worked over" at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine. I served on that fine ship until Feb. 1975. Friends and experiences that won't be forgotten.
Walker, Dick profile iconOS21971 – 1973OI
Bolton, PatrickLTJGApr 1, 1971 – May 13, 1973MPA2nd Shipboard tour. First as an officer. Great ship & super personnel. The Engineers worked hard & long hours, thanks for your service. I went on to fly P-3's, retired after 25 & flew for American Air Lines (B777)
Gagnon, DanSM2May 1, 1971 – Jun 20, 1973COMMUNICATIONSWHERE IS PETE POTTER?
Koerselman, RichardOS1/CJun 1, 1971 – Jun 10, 1973OI
Atkinson, TomCS-3Jun 15, 1971 – Dec 20, 1972SupplyI went to precommissioning in Norfolk and Bath. Mick Flannery recently sent my Plank Owners certificate I left at his apt in Newport. Saw him for the first time in 37 years a few weeks ago. What a time we had!
Aubel, HaroldSTG3 - STG2Aug 1971 – 1975WAWas a plank owner for the recomissioned Dale (DLG-19) & (CG-19). found the Russian sub on our Med Cruise during the Yom Kippor War with Wally Gimbut. We were the best crew on the best ship and we knew it and constantly proved it.
Placer, ChuckSH3- SHIP'S BARBERAug 5, 1971 – Oct 1975Ship ServicemanSpend all 4 years on the same ship from a Pre-Comm unit in Bath Maine through the Winter Months thru the 1973 Yom Kipper War. Became a Blue Nose during the "Swift Move" exercises. Was already listed in this site, I believe but you had the ol
Cantello, ChrisMMCAug 20, 1971 – Aug 30, 1974MI was a Plank owner. This was the best ship in the United States Navy.
Johnson, WarrenRM2Sep 1971 – Aug 1973Operations (Communications)Dale was my ship duty. I am a plankholder from the recommissioning crew of 1971. RM1 Gil Perry and I were amoung the first to arrive in Bath and were sent to Norfolk, VA to set up precomm training for RM's.
Dieterich, ChuckMM2Sep 1971 – Feb 1975M and RI started off as a screw-up in M division. Then went to A gang and straightened out. Served with Capt. W.C.Hamm,jr, the best commanding officer I have ever been associated with.
Murphy, Daniel W.CS E2Sep 1971 – 1972Supply CSGrew up fast. Great Crew.
Graham, WilliamgmcsOct 1, 1971 – Oct 3, 1979wm
Schoonover, Jerry/cdogCS3Oct 24, 1971 – Sep 27, 1973Supply/Jack of the DustI was a plank owner and enjoyed my time on board. Great crew and good friends. The nicknames were great too. Chicken man, Papa Joe, Hand, Porky, and Gravel.
Konitzer, Robert E.MM1Nov 1971 – Jun 1974MWas a plank owner on DLG-19, looking for old friends
Weber, DaveEM2Nov 15, 1971 – Nov 18, 1974E
Riley, Thomas E. Geneen2Nov 20, 1971 – Feb 28, 1975a gangBEST DUTY EVER. BEST FRIENDS EVER. WHAT ABOUT ALL MY FRIENDS IN R DIVISION???
Esslinger, Rick ā€œsā€BM3Dec 1971 – 19723rdJoined the crew in Bath Maine before the recommission in 1972 as a boat coxswain. Had a great time. Cruised the Caribbean. Went to Boston, then back to the Caribbean again. Home ported out of Newport. Great ship & Cfew

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