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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
Knight, MichaelQM21969 – Sep 23, 1971Navigation
Frye, RonaldEN-3Jan 1969 – Jul 1971A-Gang1969 thru 1971 a-gang
Hopkins, WayneE3Jun 1, 1969 – Sep 20, 1971V4Was a great time, especially the shell back when we went to Peru. Loved the Carribean.
Bower, JimSGT/E-5Jul 1969 – Dec 1970Marine Squadron 365I was on the Guam 3 times and Inchon once. I was a crew chief of Ch-46 (#9) during the Peruvian earthquake and the Jordanian Conflict. Great Liberty. Naples, Rome, Barcelona, Lima, Athens, San Juan, Panama, Colone, etc
Codd, BrianE-5Aug 14, 1969 – Apr 27, 1973V-4
Mihok, WilliamLT.Aug 15, 1969 – Jan 2, 1971OPS Meteorological OfficerWhat a sad end of a great ship
Oswalt, AlanMM2Aug 15, 1969 – Feb 15, 1970M
Clarke, SamEM3/EM2Sep 9, 1969 – Dec 1, 1970E
Bishop, EdmundBT3Oct 1969 – Jan 26, 1973I spent nearly my full 4 years of active duty on the Guam. I'll never for get the guys of B-Div the med cruises and I will always remember my trip over the equator during the1970 Peruvian earthquake disaster.
Neils, FrankE-5Oct 1969 – Apr 1971SupplyWas honored to have served my country with such outstanding capable and brave men aboard the Guam. I appreciated the association with our top-notch supply dept. including CMDR Jordan and LTJG Watson.
West, Terryrm3Dec 1, 1969 – Nov 25, 1970Communicationsserved during the Peruvian Earthquake Mission 1970
Coleman, JimABH3-ABH21970 – 1971V-3
Phillips, William BillGMG31970 – Dec 4, 1972FOX
Dean, DennisRM31970 – 1971Main Comm
Brian, SmithDCFN1970 – 1972Rfirst ship out of a-school med cruise in 71. can't remember why it turned out to be 9 months long.hope all is well with you.
Dick, Walter (Tom)RM1970 – 1971Main Comm.I enjoyed the short time I was on board.Enjoyed Italy and Spain while on board and I'm thankful for that and the guys I worked with.
Radcliff, Dan "Rags"SM3Jan 1, 1970 – Sep 15, 1973CSWould love to hear from anyone who remembers me
Fields, GordonCWO3Jan 13, 1970 – Nov 1973OperationsA great tour of duty during a wonderful Navy career. Experienced significant events such as response to the Peruvian earthquake, a great med cruise, the Sea Control Ship operation. Served with many memorable shipmates.
Martin Jr., Carroll (Sonny)AN/E-3Feb 1970 – Nov 1970V-1 and V-3Came aboard Feb. '70 after Yorktown CVS 10. Served in V-1 and V-3 div. Passed P.O. 3 exam. , ABH 3. Military Cut-Back got me an early out , Nov. '70 , with Honorable Discharge. Loved the South Atlantic cruise !
Watson, MikeLTJGFeb 1, 1970 – Feb 1, 1972Supply
Parker, JimSNMar 3, 1970 – Nov 30, 19712nd2nd division deck ape/helmsman. Fun Job. Carribean, Panama,and Peru in 1970. Med in 71. I'll never forget Captain Austin's beach party. I think he had the most fun. I always look forward to the Guam reunion each year. Fun to meet old friends.
Ortiz, JamesSnMar 5, 1970 – Sep 6, 1971Gunners mate
Mason, MarkAG3Mar 18, 1970 – Dec 4, 1971MeteorologyAhoy shipmates. www.cruisincondo.blogspot.com
Smialek, MichaelOS2Mar 26, 1970 – May 4, 1973OI DivisionServed during Peruvian Earthquake Relief, Jordanian Crisis and Interim Sea Control Ship testing. A "shellback" with an Anti-Submarine Air Controller billet. USS Guam was a fine ship filled with extraordinary sailors.
Edmonds, RickE-5 RM2Apr 1970 – Mar 1973CR (Radio)
Krawczun, MarkCPLMay 1970 – Jul 197012TH MEB
Carroll, James JcBMSNMay 26, 1970 – May 26, 1974First / Sail-locker
Burke, TomAK-3Jun 28, 1970 – Dec 4, 1972V6Made two Med cruises.....the 2nd deployment was pushed up...& we spent 47 days on station Charlie...off the coast of Jordan. The Jordanian conflict as it was known. My final year we were up & down East Coast...1st Marine Harrier Ops. at Sea.(
Young, Curtis (Go Young)saSep 1970 – Apr 28, 1972sh laundrysaying hello to fellow crewmember, how is every one doing. Rico Curry,Jake the koolaid man,sh3Dawson
Therkildsen, TomE-3Sep 6, 1970 – Dec 15, 1973"A"
Therkildsen, TomMM3Sep 10, 1970 – Dec 15, 1973" A "A fine ship she was, alot of memories and good times
Lothrop, EdwardCorporalSep 18, 1970 – Dec 1, 19702Bn 8th MarinesLeft Morhead city, N.C on Sept 18 and sailed through to the easter Mediterranean during the Jordan Civil War. Had a lot of false drills but thankfully didn't have to go in. We then went to Athens, Barcelona, Naples
Lee, JeffreyYN 3Oct 1970 – Jul 29, 1972XLegal Yeoman. Two Med Cruises. Palma de Mallorca....paradise! Where's Commander Butler?
Cameroni, SamSNNov 1970 – Jul 19722nd
Knudsen, BobAC-2Nov 1, 1970 – Dec 6, 1974OC
Smith, SnuffyLH91971 – May 28, 1975EWho knows what we hit that cracked the hull and flooded our berthing compartment? And when we dropped our elevator in Rota Spain?
Nix, LynnQM31971 – 1974Navigation
Hermie, StevenE31971 – 1972v6Made two Med cruises and have some good memories!
Dutcher, EugeneABF2Jan 1971 – Dec 1972V4
Mac Nish, StephenENS/LTJGFeb 1971 – Sep 1972FoxStayed in the Reserves until retiring as a 1635 CDR. Spent most of my Reserve time in Poughkeepsie, NY, but did a tour as XO of an Intel unit in New London and one as an Intel type iin COMSTRKFLTLANT with NATO.
Walker, J.d.PFCMar 1, 1971 – Sep 1, 19712nd marwas a grunt aboard for the 71 med cruise.worked in the sculary alot making wine when we could get our navy pals to hiest the sugar and yeast.
Kronenberg, John (Jay)LTJGApr 1971 – Nov 1973Comm & AdminThirty-five years later... I was the insufferable 90-day wonder from OCS who knew everything except real life. You guys, and KB Austin, set me straight! Got out in 73, went back in reserves in 80, got LCDR and a little bit more humility!
Medrano, JoeTM3Jul 13, 1971 – Jul 13, 1975Fox
McCurry, JamesPR-3Oct 1971 – Jan 26, 1973AMSI had a very good tour on the Guam. I was a parachute rigger but I worked out of the AMS Division. She was a good ship. Sorry she is gone
Knudsen, RobertAC2Nov 1, 1971 – 1974oc

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