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USS Guam (LPH 9) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Guam (LPH 9). 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 858 crew members registered for the USS Guam (LPH 9).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1965 | 1966 – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 – 1982 | 1983 – 1984 | 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – 1996 | 1997 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Brown, Edward VAK1/ E-61966 – Aug 31, 1983Aviation
Collopy, JimHM2Jan 1966 – Dec 29, 1966HMet many good people while onboard. Highlight was Gemini 11 recovery and assisting in performing physicals on the astronauts.
Hutchens, Greg HutchCS3Jan 3, 1966 – Jan 8, 1969PHOTO LABGREAT TIMES IN THE PHOTO LAB
Skelton, Allane-4Jan 25, 1966 – Aug 8, 1969s-7 supplyone of the first nonplankowners to arrive..myself, mike renfroe, bill mcmamara. saw all plankowners leave, and went thru alot of change of commands..Getting underway I was the guy who raised and lowered the Jack.....
Benzinger, LarryE3Mar 1966 – Apr 1967MedicalWas not a plankowner but came aboard shortly after it was commissioned. Was a stryker in the medical div. Was aboard for the recovery of Gemini XI. Had great time and would like to meet with some of my old shipmates.
Webb, James E (Jim)EN 4Apr 1966 – Feb 1968A Worked on boat engines and air conditioning Would to talk with shipmates
Spencer, GeorgeCS2May 1966 – Feb 1969commissaryI liked the 3 years i was on the guam. we had lots of fun when we went to the vigin islands.if any one wants to get me my email is hotdog69962@ascol.net. or george_spencer2000@yahoo.com.
Dann, GeorgeET 3May 1966 – Jan 15, 1969operationsMy tour on the Guam was great and I made friends with several shipmates it would be great to hear from you.
Hall, JesseQM3May 1966 – May 1968Navigation
Renfroe, MikeDP3May 1, 1966 – Aug 22, 1969S 7I was an original member of S 7 division. Aided in installing Univac 1500 (antique)
Fansler, William "Ed"ETN-2 E5Jun 1966 – Jun 1969OEFIRST AND ONLY SHIP. CRUISED FOR THREE GREAT YEARS. HAD A GREAT TIME AND MISS IT. ESPECIALLY SINCE I JUST FOUND OUT THEY SUNK IT FOR TARGET PRACTICE.
Iacoucci, JohnDMSNJul 11, 1966 – Feb 13, 1967XA lot of great memories, great shipmates....Gemini 11 (great one), Memories for a lifetime.
Orbovich, Leonard (Orby)FN TO SFP2Jul 14, 1966 – Feb 10, 1969RThe Guam was a good ship her and her crew left me with many great memories. I have been in contact with several old shipmates, and I would like to hear from more. I served on several ships during my Navy tour but the Guam will always be # 1
Davenport, DavidPN3Aug 1966 – Dec 1967X-DIVLooking to re-connect with shipmates during the period Aug 66-Dec 67
Burroughs, LawrenceLTAug 1966 – Apr 1967OA - Meteorology & Photography Div
Pennell, BruceSK2Aug 1, 1966 – Sep 9, 1969S-1Did the optar reports and than was in charge of the storerooms and than outside runner for parts
Koonce, L.m. (Mike)RM3Sep 20, 1966 – Aug 28, 1968CR (Communications)My dates aboard might be a little off, but they're close. Anybody Knowing how to contact Gary L Jones, Jon Mack, Jim Reaser, Bob Calguire, and SN Pelletier, please contact me @ michaelkoonce@cox.net. God Bless To All former Guamanians !
Bob, SeebaughGMG-3Oct 1966 – Aug 1969FOXW contact me at bould like to hear from anyone serving at this time.I still live in W.VA. Contact me at bseebaugh@yahoo.com. Thanks and hope to hear from you.
Bukowski, RonBT-3Feb 9, 1967 – Jun 9, 1968Ron Bukowski BT-3 USNR Served aboard the Guam as a FN and BT-3 Served as an "Oil King" in the "Oil Shack"makin sure the tanks were full and the boiler feedwater was properly tested. Had some great times in the Carribean.
Caligiuri Aka Calguire, Robert, Bob, CalRM3Mar 1, 1967 – May 1, 1970CRRadio Shack as RMSN-RM3. Hollywood FL, Panama, San Juan, St Thomas, St Croix, Vieques, Curacao, Port au Prince, Montego Bay, Port au Spain, Cartagena, Portsmouth Yards, Gtmo Shakedown, Halifax Nova Scotia.
Smith, Roger AAG3Apr 1967 – Mar 1968air opsgot to see the virgin islands & puerto rico; good liberties in old san juan
Panone, PaulETR3May 1967 – May 1969
Lynghaug, Richard/doc profile iconHNMay 1, 1967 – Sep 30, 1968medicalI was a striker in sick bay. Went to Corps class school after a short tour. Made a couple Carib cruises. correction, I was a striker on the USS Guadalcanal LPH7, than ended up on the Guam LPH9
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Kaiser, JeffAG3Aug 1967 – Nov 1970OAThere is a new USS Guam Crewmembers Association website at www.ussguam.org Get involved keeping the spirit of the Guam alive. Join the association and attend the reunions.
Hamburg, GaryRD 2Sep 1967 – Nov 1970Operations
Lepage, WallyRD2Oct 1967 – Nov 1970OIThe memories of my time on Guam are special and will always be with me, as are the friends and shipmates I met there.
Brennan, Mike / MoleSNNov 1, 1967 – Aug 10, 1969Deck and SupplyMet a lot of great guys while I was on board. Anyone remembers me please give a yell. I would love to hear from any of my old shipmates.
Cummins, RichRD21968 – 1972OI
Ader, James profile iconLieutenant1968 – 1970SupplyCurrently living in Upstate New York. Albany area.
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Azevedo, JamesSM21968 – 1972CSGuam was my first ship. Made several trips to the Caribbean and 2 to the Med. Initiated as a Shellback when we went to Peru for earthquake disaster relief; lots of fond memories. Retired in 1996 as an SMCM.
Strand, ChuckET1Mar 1, 1968 – Jun 1, 1971Electonics
Gauthier, Garysm2Apr 1968 – 1970cs
Green, BillCYN3Apr 1, 1968 – Jan 10, 1970CRRadio Shack as CYN3. Hollywood FL, Panama, San Juan, St Thomas, St Croix, Vieques, Curacao, Port au Prince, Montego Bay, Port au Spain, Cartagena, Portsmouth Yards, Gtmo Shakedown, Halifax Nova Scotia
Knudson, KenBM1Apr 1, 1968 – Sep 15, 1969DECKDECK DIVISION LPO. WORKED W/BM1 RAMIREZ, BM1 MONTOYA, LCDR DC. CRAFT. ALL GREAT MEN. LOOKING F/ALL OF THEM. FINALLY GOT OUT OF THE YARDS & PORT (3RD TRY). RETIRED AS BMC IN JUN '93. LIVING IN DALLAS,TX. GOOD MEMORIES.
Haley, FredHM3Apr 8, 1968 – Sep 1, 1968Marine Detachment from Camp LeJeune,NC
Corbin, DickE5-SF2Apr 17, 1968 – Nov 8, 1971Eng
Roth, SkipMM3Jun 28, 1968 – Apr 2, 1972M-DivENGINE ROOM DUTY; MAIN CONTROL ROOM; ENGINEERING STORE ROOM; AND TECH LIBRARY WERE MY DUTY STATIONS.
Mazuryk, WalterE-5/DP2Jul 1968 – May 1970SupplyGlad to see guys as Mike Renfroe, Bill, Mcmamera, allan skeleton. I have candid photos of the whole DP gang.
Beckman, RoyE-3Jul 15, 1968 – Aug 20192nd
Beckman, RoyE-3Jul 15, 1968 – Aug 26, 19692nd
MacAdams, EdwardBM-3Aug 1968 – Jan 1970Deck1st ship out of boot camp. TAD to comphibron12. I still go to the carib. every year. I saved to shipmates Vega & Brown when a cable snapped. I always hoped that their injuries didn't follow them & they were compensated from the accident.
Roth, SkipMM3Aug 10, 1968 – Apr 1, 1972M MAIN CONTROLSPENT 4 YEARS ON THIS TUB. MISSED THE WOODSTOCK FUN. DAMN!! HEY THUMPER, SCOBE, GOODY, TJ, JOHNNY L. - WHERE'D ALL THE GOOD TIMES GONE TO ?? HARD TO BELIEVE THEY SUNK THE GUAM !! HELL WE ALMOST DID THAT BACK IN'69=PIER-SIDE IN NORFOLK!!FUCKIN
Kaiser, JeffAG3Aug 15, 1968 – Oct 1970OA
Faber, Bob (Bous'N Bob)SM-BM3Aug 30, 1968 – Sep 1971FirstOnly Service allowed in Peru after earthquake to do rescue work.
Mills, BrianAG3Oct 1968 – Jun 1970OEGreat duty during the Carrib Ready Group days. Good assignment, good crew & good times - other than the LONG lines to the messdeck!
Searles, MarshallEM 3Oct 1968 – Nov 1969ERemembering some of the gang...Thumper, Frenchie, Rocky, Bolan, Chadwell, Schommer, Panella, Flannagan, Hyson, Munn, Skidmore, Roth, Hogge, EMC Ivey...I was the boat electrician.
Reynolds, LawrenceRadioman Second ClassOct 1, 1968 – Dec 31, 1970Communications
Fisher, RonBM3Nov 14, 1968 – Aug 23, 19712nd DivisionFirst and only ship-crused the Carabeen and the Med. Made Shellback going thru the canal to Preu for the 1970 earthquake.
Anderson, AndyBT-4Dec 9, 1968 – Aug 12, 1972BGoing to Peru on earthquake relief&assistance through the Panama Canal.we received our Sheryl back baptismal on the return to CONUS.BLACK OIL BURNER IN FIRE ROOM #2.

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