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USS Miller (FF 1091) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Miller (FF 1091). 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 134 crew members registered for the USS Miller (FF 1091).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1976 | 1977 – 1983 | 1984 – 1989 | 1990 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Taft, JimSTG-31972 – 1974ASThere are good memories and not so good ones of my time on Miller...
Jupena, JamesSTG!Jun 15, 1972 – Jan 10, 1975weapons
Houck, MichaelMM3Jun 30, 1972 – May 20, 1975Rplank owner
Campbell, DaviSH 3 SHIPSERVICEOct 7, 1972 – Mar 27, 1974supplyi miss the old ship.
Baker, CraigSMSN1973 – 1975OperationPlank owner, Shakedown cruise, Gitmo trials, Med cruise. Played on original softball team.
Houck, MichaelMM3Jan 1973 – 1975Auxone of the orginal plank owners got a web site dedicated to miller www.mhoucky.com
Willia, BrianMM2Jan 1, 1973 – Jul 1, 1976A gang HVACPlayed in the Dorie Miller Band.
Baker, WilliamPN1Feb 1, 1973 – Jun 1, 1974AdminWas on Pre-Com Detail. Ship was then classified as a Destroyer Escort (DE). Served for 1 year after commissioning. Last duty assignment as XO, Joint Military Postal Activity-Atlantic, Jamaica, NY (Kennedy Airport). Retired as CW03 in July 1984.
Goldfarb, LarryMM2Mar 1973 – Aug 1976Engineeringpre-com crew remember barracks life waiting for the ship to arrive from Avondale...plank owner...shake down cruises...dorie miller band playing the main room at gitmo an outstanding memory among many anybody seen PK?
Prothro, TravisBM3Mar 1973 – Sep 1976
Prothro, TravisBM3Mar 1973 – Sep 19761st
Chumley, ThomasGMG2Mar 1, 1973 – Aug 28, 19762nd (GUNS)
Ladd, MichaelFTG2Mar 1, 1973 – Oct 21, 1974ORIGINAL PLANK OWNER. SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER FOR MY DIVISION. WORKED ON GUN FIRE CONTROL COMPUTER.
Rodean, WesSTG2Apr 1973 – Jul 1976ASMember of the commissioning crew. Proudly served for 2 Med. cruises under CDR Julian. Sorry to see her gone. The Miller was a great ship.
Nossaman, RichardGMG2May 20, 1973 – Dec 31, 1976AS / 2ndDid two (2) MED cruises; acted as ship's armorer and Weapons Dept yeoman. Worked on ASROC system.
Nossaman, RichardGMG2May 20, 1973 – Dec 31, 1976AS/2ndServed as Gun Captain/Ship's Armorer/Weapons Department Yeoman. CO: CDR Frankliln Julian, CDR Lynn P. Blasch
Page, JimPN3Jun 1973 – Aug 1976Executive AdminPlank owner along with Chum and Wes.
Sickler, Robert {cowboy}RMSNJun 6, 1973 – Jan 4, 1976OperationsPlank owner, radioman. Med cruise Jan. '75 to July '75 4 Gitmo cruises. Dry docked Charlestown, S.C.
Walker, RobertMS3Oct 4, 1973 – Jul 1, 1977SupplySpent my whole Time in service on board the Miller. Good to reconnect. Good luck
Dodds, JimmyMM2Dec 12, 1973 – Jun 2, 1977M divisionI REALLY LOVED THE MILLER AND HAD A GREAT RIDE FOR 3.5 YEARS.ALL THE GREAT PEOPLE I MET ON AND OFF THE SHIP.. MADE MANY LIFE LONG FRIENDS AND WILL BE SEEING THEM IN SEPTEMBER AT THE MILLER REUNION IN LONG ISLAND NY.
McCarty, Brian "Mac"SH3Jun 2, 1974 – 1980S3The First ship of my 30 year career. Currently retired CMC. I have very fond memories of Miller
Roussopoulos, David ( Greek )BT-3Aug 1, 1974 – Aug 15, 1975" B"Good Ship, Great Captain and XO and very good food.
Grimm, JeffreyMSSep 1974 – Aug 1977Supply
Harris, LewisseamanSep 20, 1974 – Apr 20, 1977firsthey looking for anyone who might remember me.i was a cook striker then went to deck force.i remember chumly and some others.its been a long time.use to hang out with johnny williford.
Riley, ArthursmsaSep 28, 1974 – Dec 18, 1976seamanI am lookin for fellow crewmembers,james ballard ,derrick freeman,walter manning ,ensign breedlove and many more that I have not named ,but have not forgotten. Had the time of my life onboard ship,
Hunter, PatrickYN3/YN2Nov 1974 – Nov 1976XFirst assignment in a 22-year career! What a great place to start!
Pick, KeithMM3Nov 1974 – May 1978M
Caiazza, RogerE3Nov 3, 1974 – Dec 1975E Division
Meadows, Charles R.TM3Dec 1974 – Aug 1977ASWas still a DE when I came aboard. Made the first three cruses, 2 med and 1 western european. Last saw the miller anchored at the Philly navy yard in mothballs sometime in the early 90s. Goldy,ever hear from Korn?
Gibeault, GlennSTG1Dec 1974 – Dec 1975ASThird ship, finally made it to East Coast and a great 6 month Med cruise with NATO forces.
Imes, RichardE-3Dec 25, 1974 – Nov 3, 1976A-GangSingle on first tour, married on the second. Met alot of interesting crew mates.
McDade, Thomas M.SK3Dec 26, 1974 – Nov 5, 1976SupplyMade two Med Cruises.
Nitz, DwightBMJan 11, 1975 – Apr 24, 19781stTwo Med and one North Atlantic. Looking for Jeff Goodman and "DOC" Gibney. Served 3 1/2 years on the Miller. I remember so many faces and forgot so many names. Remember that storm off the coast of France? WOW! Thanks Guys Good Times
Marvin, RickRM2 E-5Nov 23, 1975 – Oct 14, 1977Cdid two cruises on the miller 1976 med cruise jan-aug 1977 north atlantic cruise jan-sep had a good time there. anyone remember me call 440-886-5734
White, StephenLt(j.g.)Dec 12, 1975 – May 31, 1979CICO and 1st Lt.Great ship. Great crew. 7 month Med cruise, 6 month STANAVFORLANT Cruise, shipyard in Boston, everything in between. Crossed the Arctic Circle 4/19/1977.
Beckwith, BradE4/EMDec 31, 1975 – Apr 3, 1979
McMahon, TomEM21976 – 1989EServed aboard Miller as Reservist for several periods. Earned ESWAS aboard Miller and was on board during murder (LT. Sterner?) Crew always made effort to make reserves part of the crew. Will live on in memory
Lull, MarkEW21976 – Apr 1981OpsThe Champagne of Ships. STANAVFORLANT, Overhaul, Persian Gulf (Iran Hostages). http://www.ussmillerde1091.com/
Dillon, Allen Ji know there was an E1976 – 1980engineeringI'm Amanda, Al's oldest daughter, he was out to sea when i was born- December 25,1979.Al passed in 2002, I would like to see if I can track down memories, please share doinurdos7dw@gmail.com ... thanks so much!
Tinker, DavidRMSNJan 1, 1976 – Aug 18, 1978COMMUNICATIONSCALL IF YOU WANT TO 1-205-781-0367. HELLO RICK MARVIN...RONALD SMITH..AND BONZO ALIVE AND WELL IN ALABAMA
Gifford, DaveMM2Jun 1976 – Nov 16, 1979MHello to all Miller crew. Was a pleasure to have served with you all.
Hamilton, Haroldsm3Jun 16, 1976 – May 13, 1978visual comunicationswas on board from 1976 to 1978 as a signalman .
Hubbard, MarkENSIGNNov 1976 – Jan 1977ASWould have stayed longer - detailer switched ships on me!
Gasaway, StevenSTG3Nov 1976 – Sep 19803rdServed for 3 1/2yrs on the Miller. North Atlantic and Middle East, Caribbean, GITMO, Nicaragua, East Boston and Quincy shipyards, Norfolk and Newport home ports. Ping Jockey - VDS(honorary Machinist Mate).

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Point of ContactPlanned datePlanned locationRemarks
Jeff GrimmDec 7, 2017Doris D. Miller ParkDedication of the Doris D. Miller Memorial Go to http://www.ussmillerde1091.com website and signup or login and go to the waco reunion tab and summing your info. Hope to see as many of you then. till then. Jeff

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