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USS William H. Standley (CG 32) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS William H. Standley (CG 32). 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 407 crew members registered for the USS William H. Standley (CG 32).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – now

McCord, RobertMM21974 – 1977M
Wommack, BillyBT31974 – 1975Boiler TechWorked the aft boiler room. I remember writing songs during those 12 hour watch duties. I also remember, being a small framed person, that I was the one that got stuck cleaning the "mud drum"! Hated that!
Ford, JesseDSC - DSCS1974 – 1977NTDSGood ship, great Data Systems team. Alot of underway time.
Henault, RonOS1974 – Dec 1975OI
Wilder, LarryMM21974 – 1976MCurrently retired. Bridge, Main Control, ready to disengage jacking gear. On ships power.
Barnes, Thomas (Barney)Jan 4, 1974 – Dec 23, 1976BRetired BT1 in 93 Living in Florida Playing a lota golf
Hendrix, Mark (Spanky)STGSNMar 1974 – May 19753rd
Maxwell, FrankMM3Apr 1974 – Aug 1977M Still remember the Charleston experience.
Martin, Thomas (Marty)GMM2Jun 24, 1974 – Mar 26, 1976GMHad alot of great times in those years
Hunt, WilliamFNJul 18, 1974 – Jun 30, 1977M
Hunt, WilliamMMFNJul 25, 1974 – Jul 18, 1977MStarted in B Div forward fire room transferred to main control.
Bunn, RichardTM2Aug 1974 – Jun 19763rdHelo'd aboard in the Med and spent two of the best years in the Navy on the Standley. Good ship and good shipmates.
Suhoski, VictorBM3Aug 22, 1974 – Sep 23, 1977Bozeman’ mateHello Fellow Shipmates. Miss that old tin can
Christopher, Lee (Doc)HM3Sep 1974 – Sep 9, 1976OSBest 2 yrs of my life. Great crew and great cruises. Remember all the great card games in sickbay. Doug, Bob and Sam.
Smith, DanielOS31975 – 1976OI
Kendall, EdwardBT31975 –B
Quattrini, AugieOS21975 – Sep 1979OIGreat group of guys that I served with!!
Byrd, PhillipMM31975 – 1978M-DivisionGreat ship ,made a.lot friend. Holler @ boy!
Lahaie, John (Jack)GM31975 – 1978gunner's mateMet some great guys on the ship; and had some very memorable experiences. As the years have passed on, looking back, I really enjoyed the travel, and have continued to take trips to various countries over the years.
King Jr, William HBTFA1975 – 1975BTrying to locate some old shipmates from the med cruise I was on in 1975
Tody, Stephen LLTJan 1975 – Dec 1976Weps
Cencora, John profile iconE-3 SNJan 3, 1975 – Dec 15, 1976First Division
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Hurd, ScottBT3Jan 12, 1975 – Nov 18, 1978B
Rice, RandySTG2Apr 15, 1975 – Nov 15, 1976Sonar Crew
Weaver, DavidOS1May 15, 1975 – Oct 12, 1978
Campbell, LarryJun 1975 – May 1979MM3 2 Med cruise/Panama Canal/Bremerton/San Deigo
Ray, HannonSeamanJun 1, 1975 – Mar 1, 1976First
Cox, Laddie ( Wally )BT3Jun 27, 1975 – Apr 23, 1979BMade good friends while on board, would like to hear from U guys! 2 Med cruises & a Panama Canal transit; overhaul at PSNS. Returned to Bremerton after briefly going home (KY) upon getting out. Retired from PSNS in 2012.
Williamson, Martin profile iconFTG3Aug 1975 – Jun 19782ndA time in my life that will always be unique. 2 Med cruises, through the Canal, up to Bremerton. Being at sea was always the best. Greetings to all Steamers, especially to those in Weapons.
Anderson, JeffreySK2Dec 31, 1975 – Nov 1976S-1
Wimmer, BillOS21976 – 1977OI/OPSServed in Charleston until ship move to Bremerton
Harrison, Terry / "harry"MM11976 – Feb 10, 1977MGreat ole ship. Made some really good friends. Chief Woods won't be forgotten. Was only 1st for 6 mos. before getting out. Took over for MacArthur when he left. Green LPO but managed to get the job done. Would love to hear from any1.
Bledsoe, MarkMM2Jan 3, 1976 – Sep 4, 1979A-Gang, Forward Eng Room2 Med cruises, A trip through the "Ditch", High and dry in Bremerton and an all expenses paid trip to San Diego. Met a lot of great friends that I think about often. Currently living in Huntington Beach, CA
Anderson, RussellBT 2Feb 1976 – Aug 1979B divSure do miss those days wheres Bob Gillam
La May, MarkMS e5Mar 1976 – Feb 1979SupplyMy brother Joe was on board at the time, I got out after a 6 year hitch, Joe retired as CPO. Had a great time on board. Sailed the Black Sea, That was a first for the US since the great war.
Belanger, William (Bill)FTM2Apr 1976 – Jul 19794thServed on the Standley from April '76 to July '79, had a ball, met some great guys such as Brian Plummer (GMM3) and Ron MacDavid (FTM2). Did a Med Cruise, transited the Panama Canal. Best ship in the fleet!
Hoffe, MikePC3Apr 1, 1976 – Oct 18, 1978NAV
McDavid, RonFC2May 20, 1976 – Mar 28, 1981FoxEnjoyed my years on the Willy H. Stayed in the Navy and retiretd as a Lt /LDO in ordnance. Remember the boiler going and our forever stay on Camel Station. Great crew and good Skippers.
Lanham, SJun 1, 1976 – Feb 1, 1979bserved in #2 fireroom. got on in Charleston and out in Dago, and every place in between,. was on upper level light off watch in aft fireroom, with Laddie Cox when boiler blew. some one forgot to assemble the light off nozzle correctly...
Daniels, LarryOSC (SW) RETIREDJun 1, 1976 – Sep 15, 1979OIFirst Ship
Daniels, LarryOSC (SW) RETIREDJun 15, 1976 – Sep 15, 1979OIMy first Ship taught me alot
Gutzman, HowardLTAug 1976 – Jun 1980B & OXBoilers officer when the boiler blew the first time in Bremerton and still aboard when it blew again in the IO. Great ship and shipmates. Geat experiences in the Med, Charlston, Panama Canal, Bremton, SD, and IO.
La May, Mark And JoeMS3Aug 1976 – Mar 1979SupplyMark and I were brothers who served as cooks. We arrived one warm evening in Aug of 76. Mark went back to Bremerton, WA and married a gal he met there and stayed in reserves until 85". I stayed active and retired Chief in 94"
Weaver, Ronem2Sep 1976 – Oct 1979E div. EE01From Charleston to med cruise to Bremerton down to San Diego. Had some go time on the Standley Steamer. Miss all the good crew that i served with. Hope to hear from any of you.
Howard, RonMM2Nov 1976 – Apr 1980MAft Engineroom supervisor (took up where Biggs left off) I don't miss the ship as much as I miss old friends !
Thomas, WayneMM2Nov 1976 – Jun 27, 1980A GangMade a Med cruise, switched to the West coast, one year in Bremerton, then San Diego. Finished up with a West Pac, with 101 days in the I.O. Fun Fun!!!
Holt, StephenFTM3Nov 1976 – Sep 10, 1979Fourth or FoxHad great times on board, mostly playing cards and b.s. ing on the fantail. Would love to hear from guys I hung around with.
Hicks, StuartOS2Dec 1976 – Jul 1980OIOnboard for Med/Panama Canal/Bremerton Yard Period/WestPac with 100+ days in the persian gulf during the Iranian hostage crisis.

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