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USS Horne (CG 30) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Horne (CG 30). 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 250 crew members registered for the USS Horne (CG 30).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1985 | 1986 – 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Prescod, Ricardo A. ( Rico )EM41982 – 1985ENGINEERING ( THE SNIPES ) I DON'T KNOW WHY I NEVER THOUGHT OF THIS SOONER ... THOSE WERE SOME GOODTIMES ... AND SOME BAD TIMES . BUT I'M STILL GLAD I WAS THERE .
Buckner, Jesse1982 –
Cunningham, BruceFC21982 – 1986FoxHello to all the old Fox Division missile crew. Would love to hear from guys I served with, especially Steve Vance. Will never forget WestPac 83 and 122 consecutive days at sea. Find me on http://navy.togetherweserved.com.
Hall, KennethMMC/SW1982 – 1986M division
Lese̱ana, Nonatus (Les)Bmsn1982 Р1984Bm
Kent, LarryE61982 –Hospital Corpsman
Jordan, NeilMM1Jan 1982 – 1986A GangSpent a lot of years on her, Has anyone seen Fred Wayne the cook. I would have to say the 122 days were Hot sense we were at helo ops most of the time.
Terry, Ernest/moochieSTG 3Apr 9, 1982 – Feb 3, 1985Sonor TechJust wanted to say Hello to all my former shipmates on the Horne from 82-85..We had some great times in I.O and PI and of course the shellback ceremony
Rittmayer, RobertE-4Sep 1982 – Aug 1986Supply122 days straight..Set the World's record for a Guided Missle Cruiser..6 pack West Pac
Anderson, Scott profile iconQM3Oct 1982 – Oct 1985NAV
Witter, JeffE-5/SK2Oct 2, 1982 – Apr 15, 1983SupplyI'm looking for a very good friend from the Usss Horne CG-30 which was MS3 Patrick Schmutzler which is from somewhere in GA. Hey Pat, hey Pat if you happen to see this message please reply to my message to jeffwitter@min.midco.net.
Garrett, Jeff (Levi)BT3Nov 1, 1982 – May 10, 1985"B"Hawaii, PI, PI Hawaii. 122 in the Persian Gulf. Almost a 6 pack west pack. Burnerman in #2 Fireroom. Currently a Chief Navy Counselor and Trainer for NRD San Francisco.
Teel, T MauriceRM2Dec 13, 1982 – Jan 27, 1986OCLike to say, Whats up to all the Radiomen and other sailors onboard the dirty thirty!
Rittmayer, RobertSH31983 – 1986WORLDS RECORD OUT TO SEA FOR A CG..122 DAYS STRAIGHT... SHELLBACK.. THE YEARS I WAS ON THE CREW THAT WAS ON BOARD WAS AWESOME...
Eltringham, Robert profile iconSM31983 – 1985Communications
Porterfield, KevinGMGSNFeb 1983 – Jun 19852nd
Porterfield, Kevin PorterfieldGMGSNFeb 1983 – 19852
Maston, DavidMS3Mar 6, 1983 – Mar 7, 1987SupplyGreat times were had aboard the USS Horne
Milne, ThomasOS1May 1983 – Nov 1984OIMost intense and professional ship in my four ship navy experience. My superiors were demanding and most helpful simultaneously. Being a crew member here was important to national mission. Proud to serve!
Love, BarryRMSAJun 17, 1983 – May 16, 1988OCAnyone who knew me on the Horne will remember how much trouble I used to get in..No matter I have and always will have nothing but the best of memories of my ship mates all including pollywogs and all of my fellow trusty shellbacks.
Briar, Murrayen 3Jul 1983 – Jul 1985A gang
Snyder, Thomas R.PNC(SW/AW) / E-7Aug 22, 1983 – Dec 1, 1986NX01 (X Division)USS HORNE (CG-30), the finest cruiser I had the pleasure of serving aboard, under two Great Captain’s, Brent P. Hardy and Edwin E. Killinger. “Fair Winds, Folliwing Seas.”
Whalen, ChristopherMR1(SW)Oct 1, 1983 – Mar 3, 1987RepairMany great times on Horne. 122 Days at sea was something to remember. Alaska cruise was awesome!
Spengler, ThomasIC31984 – Nov 1987EngineeringA fantastic four years on the USS Horne. Started in boiler room and ended up in IC on bridge. Had Bishop, worst supervisor you can imagine. Best times drinking & going after the women. Best President and captain.
Rufo, RodolfoE-4/BTJan 5, 1984 – Oct 16, 1986B My first ship. Turned down BT school and ended up BT. Best BT's like Yap,Rushing,Wilson,Rogers, Billings, Spangler and Larson...moonshiner.122 days of beer and more down the pit...#1 Fire room.I'm still around... at rufor@ddg65.navy.mil
Berry, Douglas "Mountainlion"OS1Mar 15, 1984 – Dec 29, 1989OISpent over five years on her, meta lot of great people
Trammell, DuaneDS2Apr 1984 – Sep 1987OB
Tvarock, RockEN3Apr 12, 1984 – Aug 22, 1987A gangHey guy stopped by to see if any of my old running buddies where her . I'm Ron Tvarock en3 Served as part of a gang from 84 to 87 and tad to usns mercy for part of 87 .
Santisteban, James (Santi)YNSNAug 1984 – May 28, 198625 Yrs later I'm still in contact with a few of my shipmates from that time period..Kevin Zwick, Kevin Lewis and Tom Snyder. One WestPac, only four ports...Mombasa, Kenya - Victoria, Seychelles - Subic Bay, Philippines and Pearl Harbor, H
Griswold, CraigGMG1Sep 15, 1984 – Jun 1, 1989Gunnery/Ordnance
Smith, Scott1985 –
Johanson, Mike (Jo Jo)DK21985 – 1986Supply
Bourrillion, Chris--(gooch)HT21985 – 1988REPAIRTHIS BOAT WAS A PART OF MY YOUNG LIFE IT WAS A GOOD EXPERENCE.TODAY I TELL STORIES ABOUT HOW LIFE WAS ON THE HORNE I MISS ALL THE GOOD FRIENDS I MET. WATCHING CNN ONE DAY AN A NEWS REPORT ABOUT THE HORNE GETTING SCUTTLED.NOW SHE A REEF:[[[
Sumrall, TomET21985 – 1988OE
Dominici, AnthonyHT21985 – 1986Repair
Spear, StevenOS2Jan 1985 – Jun 1988OperationsThe Alaska Cruise WAS awesome. Remember we had to say Puerto Vallarda cause tha captain is always right?
Lyles, GregoryFC1Mar 1, 1985 – Jan 1, 1990FoxLeft active duty after 6 years, went into the Reserves and retired Jan. 1st 2008.
Larson, David D.SK2Mar 30, 1985 – Nov 26, 1989SupplyExperience on the Horne was great. Had opportunity to go on 2 west-pacs and a north-pac.
Utter, JeffET3May 1985 – Sep 1987OperationsET2 Rich Green, ran the RADAR shop, ET3 Mark Milner was a top notch Tech. ET1 Willie Cook ran the Comms shop. ET1 Dan should not have ridden a motorcycle, to many drinks. LT Hope, LDO rocked. ETCS Figuroa.
Owings, DonHT2May 1985 – Jan 1987RepairWas onboard during the 1985 WestPac. Enjoyed port visits to the Seyshelle Islands and Kenya. Passed NWATT. Participated in Operation Colonel Potlatch and pulled some good liberty in Alaska and Canada, including the 1986 World fair in Vancouver BC.
Jones, John HSK2May 5, 1985 – Aug 1, 1988S1A great crew. Westpac cruises (both of them), were great. Hit a lot of great ports. Still have friends that I keep in touch from this ship.
Rodriguez, Joe RodriguezYN2(SW)Jul 10, 1985 – Oct 10, 1989Enjoyed my tour onboard and the different ports visited while on HORNE especially the 2 WESPACS, our visit up to the Portland Rose Festival and onto the great Aleutian chain in Alaska.
Smith, ScottFC2Aug 1985 – Apr 1989I arrived on board when the Horne was in the dry dock at NASCO shipyard. Deployed in 1985 to IO Seyshelles and Mombasa Kenya, also the worlds fair in Vancouver, I have lots of memories that I share with family today.
Blancas, RolandoMSCSOct 1985 – Nov 1988S-2I apologize I held your liberty in Mombasa because of the unfortunate provisions. Perth and Sydney were nice ports, but liberty in Subic was excellent. Thanks for the cases of beer. I had more than my share, of course.
Irvin, BruceISC(SW)Dec 18, 1985 – Jul 15, 1989
Lovato, ChristopherMM3Dec 22, 1985 – Jun 1989EngineeringGreat time on the Horne...In Engineroom #1...made some Great friends

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