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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

Rine, Robertrm31983 – 1987communicationsgood men, good times, changed my life
Soper, JamesIC21983 – 1985E
Daniels, JamesBT1 E-61983 – 1986B DivisionWorked in the Oil Lab
Bayes, RickTMSNJan 1983 – Nov 1985
Ayres, Anthony/tony/t-dogDK3 at the timeJan 1983 – May 1985S-4Can't believe I found this. Still in as a reservist as a CTT1 (SCW) going up for chief. Sam Purnell? Went to Iraq in 04/05 living in AZ now.
Kaufman, PaulRm2Feb 8, 1983 – Sep 12, 1987Communication
Soper, JamesIC2May 1983 – May 1985EMy first look at the "Willy Hotdog" was in drydock in Bremerton. Sent to her to be a gyro tech. As I walked down the pier the gyro left. On came WSN5. What a shocker, new equipment I'd never seen. Cruising out of Panama was fabulous!
Jae, WilliamFC3May 4, 1983 – Aug 27, 1985FOX (CIWS)Central Amercan cruise. Homeport Panama. Lots of fishing trolling coast off of Nicaragua.
Melendez Jr., PabloMM1Jun 1983 – Mar 1986FWD Engine RoomMet her at Bremerton, Stationed at San Diego. Went to Acapulco, Panama Canal, Victoria BC, San Francisco
Davis, JudsonYN3Jul 1983 – 1985Personel
Barrett, RobertLTJul 6, 1983 – Jun 10, 1985Ops/WepsWhat a great Ship. Sorry to see her at the bottom
Winter, ScottSTG1(SW)Oct 30, 1983 – May 30, 1988CA1st Ship. Lots of fond memories. I owe some shipmates a lot. Remarried now and am a History Teacher in Bothell Washington. Look me up at Cedar Park Christian School.
Hagen, JonIC1(SW)Dec 1983 – Jan 1988E and CEFirst and still my favorite ship. Best crew I've ever served with.
Smietana, SteveLTDec 21, 1983 – Mar 1, 1986OTGreat support from a great group of Cryppies. Made their mark in Central America and the Northern Pacific.
Baca, CarlosE4/ET1984 – 1988OEI've been thinking about the great guys in OE division and wanted to say hi to:Scott Elsasser,Emmet Julian,Dave Wiegel,Dave Greeley,Ken Hatchell,and all the others. I know you're all doing well.
Warner, KevinBT1(SW)1984 – 1988Boilersmade the Persian Excersion and the greatest cruise to Panama ,got my ESWS off Her
Young, MikaFC2/ Guns1984 – 19872nd/GunsGood times sailing on this ship. Decent port 'o calls and a fine crew. I'm now an IT service engineer for an office equipment company.
Gorney, ArneOS2Jan 1984 – Apr 1987OISome great times and great friends. email:
Seel, JamesEN1Feb 15, 1984 – Aug 18, 1987A -I was the gas turbine tech. On Board during This time Frame. During one of our Under way periods, our fairbanks Morris Generator, Went down. I had to rebuild it under way. I was on board during the Re-flaging in the golf.
Glenn, DougSaMar 1984 – Oct 1984DeckI was only on a short time, but I had some good times in Hawaii when we were training there.
Bell, RobbieCTO2Mar 31, 1984 – Jun 21, 1985OTCut a lot of holes in the Gulf of Fonseca outside of cenral America. Ran into the Panama Canal and bent the bow! Good cruise.
Vollmert, MarkEM2Jun 28, 1984 – 1986E DivProud to serve with an excellent bunch of Snipes. Now I am 63 and I still have extremely sharp and clear memories! I would still go to war with that crew!
Smith, PhilFC1Jul 1984 – Nov 1988FoxReported onboard in Panama 1984, did the cruises to Pusan, RIMPAC, and Earnest Will. Good times, saw places and made memories you can't get other than in the military. Hope all are well and living good lives. Regards, Phil Smith
Keck, SteveQM 2Jul 1984 – Mar 1987NavigationBest Crew in the Fleet!
Bollinger, DanOS3Sep 1984 – Mar 1986OI
Stepherson, PerrySH3Sep 8, 1984 – Jul 9, 1988SupplyJust wanted to relive some old memories and maybe talk to some of my old friends.
Kilgore, Russell (Rusty)BT3Sep 10, 1984 – Apr 5, 1988B-Div.#1 Fwd.Fireroom, K.Stepherson is right, alot of blood,sweat, and pain! Never will forget the events and the guy's. Good to see the names. Makes you feel old when you find out WHS use as exercise target sunk off Coarl Sea
Huffman, Larry "huffy"FC21985 – 1987Fox/2ndHello to all of my shipmates and all of those who served on the Hotdog. Great memories. Especially to my friends from Fox and 2nd divs. Sad to see the pics of her put under. Anyone who remembers me, say hi!
Lake, GregGMM11985 – 1987GMGood times and bad times, but as time passes, the memories are mostly the BEST of times. I miss my brothers.
Rodriguez, CesarSK31985 – 1989SupplyMy memorable moments were in Subic Bay. Hanging out at the clubs. Specially the Happy Go Lucky bar. The crew on the Uss Standley were a tight crew we had a good time.Thailand was one of the other places where we had fun
McNamara, John RFC21985 – 1989CFGreat times on board from 85 to 89. Worked on WDS, AN/UYK-20 and MK 152.. On board for Pusan, RIMPAC, and Earnest Will.
Clayton, KeithMSSNJan 1985 – Nov 19, 1988Looking for Perry Stepherson and Martin Moreno. Still see Kelvin Ricks--talk to Scott Thomas on occassion.
Davis, MichaelOS2Feb 1985 – Mar 1990OPS/OIRecently retired OSC. She was my first ship and I did a lot of growing up on her?
Rogers, JeffE-4/TM3Mar 1985 – Sep 1988OD/CAWas the ship's master helmsman for two years. Did RIMPAC in 85, NORTHTPAC (KOREA)/CANADA (VANCOUVER) EXPO IN '86, WESTPAC/PERSIAN GULF in '87, along w/ numerous SOCAL underways. REMEMBER ALL DA FELLAS!!!!!!!
Prowdley, JeffOS1 Mar 10, 1985 – Mar 1, 1989OIGreetings Fellow Steamers. I hope you are all well.
Wilson, TonyLTJGJun 1985 – Jul 1988NTDS/ASWOWM H STANDLEY was a great ship and a great crew. Earnest Will Escort missions and Nimble Archer were way up on the fun meter.
Wilhite, CharleshnJul 19, 1985 – Jul 12, 1986BMwhoa...kind of an ambivalence lingers about these days...but memories are memories right? hope everyone is well.
Chandler, BrianFC3Jul 27, 1985 – Dec 3, 1986forcastle...below deck...mk152 computer complexmaintenance man for mk152 system...missile launch system mainframe. sperry rand/univac 1219b
Williams, JosephCTO2Aug 1985 – Aug 1988OT
Daly, DanE3Sep 18, 1985 – Sep 18, 1989OD
Kanipe, KennethEW1Oct 1985 – Nov 1988OTLots of interesting people and many many memories, some of which I would rather forget but most are fond. Where are all of my fellow EW's now? Drop me a line fellas!
Fondriest, RodSTG3Oct 15, 1985 – Jun 30, 1989CAA lot of good memories from my days on the ship. The people made it what it of the best in the fleet.
Robles, VincentBTFNNov 1, 1985 – Jun 1, 1988B- Dvision Pit SnipesGreat to see a few names i recognize, would love to hear from all, and been looking for Robert Helms III, MM3. Sad to see Standley had been sunk! Oh and Kelley Stephenson i will also never forget Fireroom #1!
Farr, ToddE3Nov 19, 1985 – Sep 23, 1988deckgoodtimes!

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