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USS Seattle (AOE 3) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Seattle (AOE 3). 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 1347 crew members registered for the USS Seattle (AOE 3).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – 1996 | 1997 – 1998 | 1999 – 2000 | 2001 | 2002 – 2003 | 2004 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Shelton, JosephHM21975 –MedicalCPT Belechak used to get a lot disturbed when we cooked up our on petri dishes in the lab. The stinch from cooking blood and chemicals went straight up to the bridge!! Great Wife and two great kids. Graduated from Harvard with an A.B. in physics.
Lapointe, RonaldRM31975 – 1979Operations
Derossett, KevinGMG 21975 – 1979weapons
Hebert, JakeBT31975 – 1979B
Spires, DonaldMS3Jan 1975 – Aug 1977S-2I started out cleaning staterooms and progressed to Night Baker and finally Captains Cook. We were a cruising ship just after the yards.
Jordan, Percivalos3Jan 1975 – Oct 1977oiI will trying to obtain information regarding a collision aboard the USS SEATTLE A0E-3 on about 1975-1977 during one of our mediterranean deployments . I would like to obtain the month date and year we had this collisio
Followell, JeffrieGMG3Jan 1, 1975 – Aug 1, 1976WEAPONSHad some good times but most of my memories are negative.
Zahnsky, RichardBM2Jan 10, 1975 – Oct 10, 19783rd
Ivester, DanielHT-3Jan 28, 1975 – Apr 7, 1976RGot on the Seattle while in dry dock. Was a high pressure pipe welder.
Jordan, LuisSH3Jan 31, 1975 – Oct 15, 1977SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
Rodney, Starbirdenfn en3 en2Feb 1975 – Oct 1978A-Gang boat shop
Hampton, BruceRM2Feb 3, 1975 – Jun 24, 1977OC
Cangello, MarcMM/FNMar 1975 – Jul 1976machinist mate/engine room
Rendt, JamesIC2Mar 1975 – Jul 31, 1979E
Fernandez, TonyE6/OS1Mar 1975 – Sep 1979OI/CIC and XI Master-at-armsSwell Times. Had to to a lot of growing up and soul searching. Hurt a lot of people and made mistakes, but have grown up since them. Am 58 years old and will never forget my first command, the USS Seattle.
Dillard, L.a.EN3Mar 2, 1975 – Aug 14, 1978A GANGGREAT TIMES AND MADE GREAT FRIENDS HAD THE TIME OF MY LIFE hello smitty
Griffith, Jed profile iconIC-4Mar 5, 1975 – Nov 18, 1977INTERIOR COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRICIANgreat experience.
Fernandez, TonyOS3Mar 18, 1975 – Sep 23, 1979OIA great ship, great friends and good men. Had a lot of good times on board. Wish I knew then what I know now. I had a lot of character flaws, as did we all.
Fernandez, TonyOS1Mar 23, 1975 – Sep 18, 1979OIGreat memories. Would like to get in touch with old shipmates in OI div. and the MAA office. Drop a line.
Donnelly, WalterET2Apr 1975 – Jul 28, 1976OEAfter leaving the Seattle I served at Consolidated Maintenance in Hawaii, the USS Lockwood in Japan, Flt Audio Visual Com Pac in San Diego, the USS Barbey, Flt Tra Com Pac, USS Chancellorsville, and SIMA S.D. I retired in 96 as an ETCS with 26 years.
Sharp, DannyEM2Apr 1975 – Aug 5, 1978& RASE
Azure, MikeMM3Apr 10, 1975 – Oct 15, 1975M DivisionServed on the Seattle while waiting for my Nuc School class to start. Was assigned to the Evaporator gang. I remember when the evaporator broke down and we worked on it 35 hours straight to fix it. That was fun...
Anderson, C. E. "Andy"LTApr 26, 1975 – Feb 28, 1975Engineer Officer"Seattle Super Service" The Med Cruise of 73 was Seattles finest hour with Captain R. M. Anderson Commanding. Thanks to the crew and especially the men of the Engineering Department for a job "Well Done"
Sharp, RichardEN3May 5, 1975 – May 1977ALOTS OF WORK BUT AN EXPERANCE
Sass, JoeMM3May 7, 1975 – Mar 4, 1976EngineeringSpent a year on board before nuc school. Remember wild time in Gitmo and Haiti.
Hummer, ButchBT2May 11, 1975 – Apr 9, 1979It's good to be the "Oil King"
Holt, Lonnie DLTJun 1975 – Aug 1977Supply
Sollenberger, GaryBT2Jun 1, 1975 – Feb 1, 1979BIts better to be in the ACC Shop
Stephen Farrell, Steve/leprechaunBT2Jun 1, 1975 – Dec 15, 1979BIt was better to be in charge of the ACC shop! A lot of good memories especially on three Med cruises.
Jensen, CarlMIDSHIPMANJul 1975 – Aug 1975Midshipman cruise. Thanks for the training!
Kng, William (Billy)en3Jul 6, 1975 – Jul 6, 1979a gangmet some freinds and some that weren't but all in all i had a great time . if you are still out there give me a shout like to here from you all
King, William (Bill)Engineman Second ClassJul 10, 1975 – Jul 10, 1979A DivisionMet a lot of friends and had a great time all over the Mediterranean...
Wadsworth, WilliamYN2 2525Jul 27, 1975 – Oct 24, 1977X DivisionI really liked Seattle, but we spent so much underway that my childred didn"t realize they a father until I transferred. Boy did we see a lot of ships and ports. Great memories.
Royer, JimIC1Aug 1975 – Jul 1979EA04The hardest working ship I was ever on, but was a very difficult time for both the ship and Navy. I wonder if Captain Mauldin is still confused?
Tumbaga, BienvenidoEM2Aug 1975 – Jun 1978EGreat experience! My first ship after boot camp. Wet behind the ears coming in, but then EM2 Ceasar Marquez and retired MCPO was an awesome mentor. So as SCPO Hayworth. If you can read these remarks, I miss you guys.
Cotton, JimJO3Aug 22, 1975 – Jun 10, 1977AdminI ran the shipboard cable television and radio entertainment/news systems; plus newsletter & cruise book.
Tinseth Jr, WarrenBM 3Sep 26, 1975 – Apr 11, 19781st /BoatsSeattle was a good ship, we worked hard and partied hard. it is fun to look through the cruise books it bring back a lot memorys, I was in the life boat when it fell off of the ship and hit the 18 wheeler then the peir;
Sandklev, RoyBT3Nov 1, 1975 – Jun 30, 1978BI had the privilege to serve with some of the best....out of the 5 commands I served on, Seattle was the best
Dempsey, TomFNNov 11, 1975 – Nov 15, 1978BFORWARD BOILER ROOM. BATMAN IS ALIVE AND WELL
Williams, TimMS3Nov 20, 1975 – Dec 4, 1978S-2Wow i cant believe its been over 30 years since my navy days..Naples,Barcelona,Palma,Sardinia,etc..I d love to go back & see it all again..I know Id appreciate it more now than I did at 18..
Eberhart, Lewis W. (Lew)SN/BM3Dec 27, 1975 – 1979DAO1, DA02Hardest working ship on the Norfolk Waterfront. Longest cruise was 11 months in the Med thanks to the Broken down heap USS Detroit

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