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USS Richmond K. Turner (CG 20) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Richmond K. Turner (CG 20). 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 332 crew members registered for the USS Richmond K. Turner (CG 20).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1967 | 1968 – 1972 | 1973 – 1976 | 1977 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1989 | 1990 – 1992 | 1993 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Naugher, GeraldET11982 – 1984OELPO OE Good times and bad times
Ball, JohnYN21982 – 1986NXFrom the drydocks and the barge days in Charleston (82) to the return from the 85-86 run to the Med. This was a great team.
Lockwood, Thomase-3Jan 26, 1982 – Jan 27, 1985boiler
Foss, DavidMachinist Mate 2nd ClassFeb 7, 1982 – Feb 3, 1988M DivGreat memories. Thanks to everyone who put up with me (and you know what I mean). A lot has changed, wife, kids, great career. It was a great part of my success in life.
Griffin, Jr, J. David profile iconRPC (SS/SW)Mar 15, 1982 – Jul 15, 1984Chaplains DeptArrived while RKT was in Major Overhaul at Charleston Naval Shipyard. Arrived as RP3 (SS) transferred as RP2 (SS/SW) to Naval Hosp. Charleston, SC.
Lucas, LeroyMM-2Apr 1982 – Jul 1986MHi to all my shipmates I served with. We all sure got to spend a lot of time at sea together. They were some great times. I worked in both engine rooms. It all payed off. I'm still steaming at a power plant in Indiana.
Stowell, ToddMS3May 1982 – 1984Supply S-2
Schomer, TomET 2May 6, 1982 – Sep 23, 1985OE01Great place to learn and grow, great guys, best LPO goes to F. Reed, good advice from CMC Habib. Great ship, better people.
Boyd, Gerald profile iconSTG2May 15, 1982 – Apr 15, 1984AS
View 'back then' Photo
Dove, BarryMM3Jun 1982 – Sep 1985M and A
Buffkin, BillBT2Jul 1982 – Aug 1986B- Division after fire Room LPO
Robert E. Peterson, PeteFTG2Sep 1982 – Feb 1985FoxWG02 WCS, CIWS, met her is the yards in Charleston; Med Cruise 1983 "Battle of the Box", Grenada to Lebanon, few but fun port visits (Haifa, Trieste, Naples); hung around with Jim Clark, Steve Mosher, Steve Johnson, tattoo's and booze runs!
Adamowicz, StephenQM3Sep 12, 1982 – Jun 12, 1986NAVIGATION /OPERATIONSI REMINISCE AND MISS THE BEAUTIFUL LADY THAT PRIVILAGED MYSELF TO SERVE ABOARD THE NAVYS FINEST. CAPTAIN ROBINSON SIR WITH ALL DO RESPECT YOU ARE AND ALWAYS REMIND ME OF WHAT TRUE GREATNESS IS AS A LEADER OF MEN ABOVE ALL A MANS MAN SALUTE
Krueger, KeithSHSNNov 1982 – Jul 1986S-3
Parrish, JimMR11983 – 1985 LPOTightest ship I ever served on in a 25 year career. Capt David Robinson was the best skipper I had the pleasure to serve under. If I had to go into battle, he is the man I would want in charge. MRCM(SW) Ret.
Jones, WendellBT31983 – 1985BBest ship I ever served on, actually hated leaving!
Bass, RandyRm31983 – 1986Comm
Childers, DaveOS2Jan 1983 – Jul 1987OII was on the '83 and '85 Mediterranean cruises, and bairley missed the '87 deployment. I was actually getting in my car, on terminal leave, and glanced back and saw her floating down the Cooper River. Whew, close call.
Runner, Dayle (Mr. Easy) profile iconBM2Jan 2, 1983 – Jan 2, 19881stI really despised the way the structure was at first, but I look back and it made me who I am today! BM2 Calzeretta was hell on deck.
Gipson, CarnellFTM1Mar 23, 1983 – Oct 30, 1987FoxMy first ship and good starting point my career. Still keep in touch with some shipmates
Simonson, RonFTG2Mar 24, 1983 – Dec 14, 1985Fox
Minor, CorneliusEMSAJun 1983 – Jul 1985 FIRST AND LAST SHIP. I THOUGHT THAT THE SHIP WAS SO HUGE UPPON MY FIRST ARRIVAL. I ACTUALLY THOUGHT THAT THE SHIP WAS TO BIG TO ROCK AT SEA. UNTIL I ACTUALLY GOT TO GO TO SEA, AND FOUND OUT THE TRUTH.
Semiklose, Joe (Semi)MM2Jun 1, 1983 – Nov 1, 1988MWorked in both engine rooms. Enjoyed the hell out of it. Went to Grenada, Lebanon, Libya to cross the line of death and the middle east for giggles.
Mulno, GlennE4Aug 1983 – Aug 1986Sonar
Turner, Rockybm3Aug 1983 – Aug 1987deckbest bunch of guys i ever worked with.all the shipmates were all good people and i consider them all family
Sanders, RonaldMM2Sep 1983 – Dec 1985M DivisionWork in Main Control and deployed on the 1983-1984 Med Cruise. It was a "Great" time; met a lot of great shipmates.
Tunson, TimothyFCSNSep 1983 – Aug 1987FOXSo glad to know that some of you guys are still out there.I think about you guys all the time.best time of my life.Anyone wants to re-visit Barcelona ? LOL; Im here in Pearland Texas /outside of Houston .semi retired
Kurtz, PaulEM3Sep 14, 1983 – Dec 18, 1987E
Jones, Stevensh3Sep 14, 1983 – May 11, 1987Supply
Jones, StevenSH3Sep 24, 1983 – May 20, 1987Supply
Law, DavidFTM2Oct 1983 – Mar 1986FOXFirst ship I was assigned and the best!!
Byers, DanielOS1(SW)Oct 1983 – Jul 1988OINick named Danbo. Was a 25mm gunner during the Persian Excursion with BMCM Twigg in one section and Stg2 Kissick and Stg3 "Gino" in the other section. And all the great gunners Manning the mk19's 50cals and mine watches.
Abrisz, Richard ("Doc")HM1Oct 7, 1983 – Aug 29, 1986NX (Medical)SMDR fresh out of Independent Duty School. 2 Med Cruises, Grenada, Operation Vicinity Libya. Chief Selectee when I detached, Chief and First Class messes piped me over the side with a duck call when I left. LOL
Abrisz, Richard "Doc"HM1Oct 10, 1983 – Oct 10, 1986Medical RepresentativeIndependent Duty Medical Techincian. One of the best times I had in my Career. Chief Selectee when I detached. Retired in 1995 as HMC
Neil, Stuart (Postman)PC-2Nov 1983 – Jul 1986NX (Admin)Mail Call - or- Postal clerk to the fan-tail, or my favorite: I mixed up the letters to my girlfriends and need to get them back from the mail box.
Mitchell, TomMM21984 – 1987MI worked in both engine rooms with some damn fine sailors. So many memories! I re-enlisted on board and left from the Gulf for cryo school. Finished my career in Keflavik. My time on the Turner was the best!
Laughter, MarcRM2Jan 1984 – Aug 1987OC
Denny, TimSN/BM1 Denny USNR (Retd)Jan 16, 1984 – Oct 26, 1987First Divisionhey shipmates from the Richmond K.Turner CG-20 this is seaman Denny from Arkansas (Denny Rock) anybody out there from the 83-84 med cruise and the 86-87 med cruise would like to make contact.
Stuck, GregEM 3Feb 1984 – Jan 1985e
Simonson, RonFTG 2Mar 5, 1984 – Aug 10, 1985Fox
McKim, StantonFCCM(SW)Apr 1984 – Jun 1987FOXHad the pleasure to do two tours, Second was "Mar 91-Mar 95" At which time I retired. Served with the very best Our record proves it. Had some great times and serious adventures. Battle of the box, 1st Harpoon, LEAP, did them all, The ROARIN
Johnson, Clifford SeacowBMSNApr 24, 1984 – Apr 17, 19881 ST DIV (WEAPONS)JUST WANTED TO SAY GLAD TO HAVE SERVED ONBOARD THE TURNER LOTS OF MEMORIES AND LOTS OF FRIENDS STILL AROUND IN LOUISIANA HAULING AIRCRAFT FUEL TO BASES IN TEXAS
Edwards, HaroldBM3Nov 15, 1984 – Apr 19881st

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