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USS England (CG 22) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS England (CG 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 341 crew members registered for the USS England (CG 22).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1974 | 1975 – 1978 | 1979 – 1982 | 1983 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Vied, DennisLieutenant junior grade1962 – 1964MissileI wrote and signed the first log entry.
Coski, Joseph (Ski)GMM21963 – 1965Worked On Forward Launcher, Hung out with Big Jim Waters GMM!
Lund, LarrySeaman1963 – 1965Weapons DeckI was one of the original plank owners. I enjoyed my duty and fellow shipmates. I made the first West Pac/South Pacific tour of the Gulf of Tonkin (6-7 months served in that location).
Williams, Willie (Bob)MM3Jan 17, 1963 – Nov 17, 1966Engineering Machinest MateWas a great ship, enjoyed commisioning the ship. Had alot of great times with some great guys. Did not enjoy standing a 4 & 4 and working inbetween.
Allen, TomRd1Apr 11, 1963 – Apr 13, 1970operationsLiving in Weed Ca
Howard, James. (Jim)Ftm3Jun 1963 – Jun 1966Fire control (fox division)I was on the precommissioning crew and a member of the commissioning crew. We did two cruises to Vietnam and were on sar 1 off the coast between red China and Vietnam. We rescued several downed pilots. I got out in 1966
True, DaveMM2Aug 15, 1963 – Jan 27, 1967M and R, A gangplank owner
Keely, ThomasMT2, FTM2Oct 3, 1963 – May 25, 1964WHISKEY, FOXNucleus Crew until December 7th, 1963
White, NicholasETR3Nov 1963 – Aug 1965Electronics Technician
McCabe, Robert (Tuna)QM3Nov 1963 – Nov 1965NAVIGATION
Briggs, Rodneymm/fnNov 7, 1963 – Aug 1966M division
Clarke, GarySNNov 17, 1963 – Oct 23, 1967WDGreat ship. I was sad to see her go to the bone yard. PS thats DLG 22 PSS I'm stell on the water but now days i'm under
Black, Gareystg3Dec 7, 1963 – Sep 1965Sonar/WeaponsMember of commisioning crew. Viet Nam 1964-65, was a policed action then, so we were told!
Cazabat, NorbertEM2Jun 1964 – Jul 1987EServed aboard England when she was still a DLG. Great ship.
Ray, AlexanderMM3Sep 21, 1964 – Sep 29, 1967MI enjoyed time spent aboard the ship I met some great guys
Davidson, John StephenEM-2Nov 1964 – Sep 1967EElectrician on board when she was a DLG. Great times and ship
Cazabat, Norbert ("Caz")EM2Nov 1964 – Jul 1967EI served on the England while she was still a DLG. Great ship and a greatbunch of guys in the E Division.
McGrady, H.c. (Coolocks)Mm2Nov 1964 – Dec 21, 1968M divBought1st motorcycle1966@navy exchange yokosuka Japan.they let us tie them down on weather deck for trip back2long Beach.there was maby8,10 of us50yrs later iam still riding(#9)I sweated in aft engine room,4westpac tours
Gamble, Robert (Bob)FTM-21965 – 1968WMLucas G Smith and Chuck Davis where are you now?
Schnoor, GlenSTG-31965 – 1967SonarMy memories linger from those days and picking downed pilots of the water. Once we left the bay enroute to R&R.The ship that relieved us ran over a petrified log and busted their sonar dome, so, no r&R for us.
Hanson, TomSTG21965 – 1968SonarI served three tours and when I left abruptly, The "short timers belt" was retired. All hail the mighty England radio station put together by Steve Burt and I'll always remember the UCH. I'd like to hear from you all.
Joseph, HellerETR3Jan 2, 1965 – Oct 10, 1966OEMade 1st two West-Pac cruises. What a great time for the ship and crew. Only ship I was ever on but I can't imagine a better one.
Paugh, Gary profile iconRD2Mar 1965 – Nov 1969OIA super ship and a great bunch of guys. I am still communicating with 3 of the sailors of that era. We saw a lot of ports and had some great liberties.
Lucas, ThomasGMM2Apr 1965 – Feb 1969WMAssigned to the forward missle house (MK 10 Terrier system)
Kelley, MikeSTG-3Jun 1965 – Aug 1967ASW
Kennard, RichardCadet (US Naval Sea Cadet Corps)Jun 15, 1965 – Jun 22, 1965None As a cadet in the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps, I had the opportunity to live for one week on board the USS England while it was berthed at Terminal Island. I enjoyed that week immensely.
McEnnerney, Patrickmm3Aug 29, 1965 – Jun 1968engine room
McCluskey, ByronETN-2Nov 1965 – Jun 21, 1968OE
Anderson, AndyDC21966 – Feb 10, 1970RepairI didn't realize it at the time, but my years aboard her were some of the best of my life......Subic, Sasebo, Tonkin Gulf, SAR, Pearl, Taewan.....
White, William E (Bill)snJan 9, 1966 – Aug 21, 1966wdI was only 18 while on board but turned into a man in that short time. I am proud to have served aboard the England and would love to hear from shipmates.
Dudley, Larrysm3Mar 1966 – Jan 1968operations
Fulmer, WilliamETN2Apr 1966 – May 1969She was a DLG when I was on board. We worked hard, but many of us also played hard. I rember ziggy, marek sawall and many others. Largest memory was the galey fire in port the night before my wedding
Neistadt, ScottSTG3Sep 1966 – Jul 1969WAI'm trying to find Doc "Toby" Torbett, Corpsman. please contact me if you know his whereabouts.
Graham, WileyMM2Oct 20, 1966 – Oct 10, 1969MM/A-GangMade three cruises to Viet Nam with stops in Hong Kong, Japan, PI, and Taiwan. I still have a couple of cruise books from those days.
Yancy, JohnBT3Dec 16, 1966 – Mar 27, 1970BWas DLG 22 when I was aboard, made two Wes Pacs, and was on the crew that took England to Bath, Maine for overhaul. Got out upon arrival. Lots of memories. Looking for others that was in B division.
Zweigenbaum, David (Ziggy)ETR3Jan 1967 – Oct 13, 1969OEMade 3 Westpac cruises, met some great men from all divisions.Memories, places, and events that I will never forget. Like Fullmer who I will quote "Life is like a roller coaster with square corners".And Steve Burt, my best friend.
Burt, StevenETR-2May 1967 – Apr 1970OEI worked on equipment in CIC like radar repeaters, E-Nav, test equipment, etc. Steve Spears and I put the radio staton KDLG on the air and did radio shows. Made 3 Westpac tours from '67 to '69.
Spears, SteveFTG2Oct 1, 1967 – Mar 1, 1969WeaponsI was the lead FT responsible for the 3in gun firecontrol systems. I transferred to the Essex class carrier USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) in 1969.
Elmore, AllenYN2Feb 1968 – Oct 1968AdministrationRetired in Oct 1986 as a YNCM. Great times on a great ship.
Madison, Richard / DickRD 2Apr 10, 1968 – Nov 15, 1969OIWent to Westpac with the best bunch of guys I've ever been priveleged to work with.
Wirth, TomRD3May 8, 1968 – Jan 8, 1970OIGreat Ship, Great Crew, Proud to have served aboard her. The memories mean more to me today than I could have ever imagined.
Gardner, Robert A. (doc)HM1Aug 1968 – Dec 1969OperationsSevered as an HM1. Retired in 1972 as HMC
Kubinski, Thomas ( Ski )FNAug 10, 1968 – Nov 20, 1969BThe England was off the coast of Vietnam on picket station in August 1968 when several of us from boot camp arrived.I went to the after boiler room. Worked for Roma & Fenner. Left the England at Bath Maine November 1969.

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