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USS Schofield (FFG 3) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Schofield (FFG 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 168 crew members registered for the USS Schofield (FFG 3).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1972 | 1973 – 1976 | 1977 – 1982 | 1983 – now

Herron, ConnorSEAMENFeb 14, 1965 – May 20, 1967DeckGreat Ship, Great Memories
Larson, GaylordBTCMApr 10, 1965 – Aug 8, 1970MI was on the Schofield 3 years before it was commissioned. I have been to 2 Reunions and sure have enjoyed them. I retired in 1977 and moved back to Wyoming.
Talley, TheronIC1May 12, 1965 – Apr 15, 1966precomWas on the precom crew until 1966. Retired in 1979 and live in Mesa,Az. Would like to hear from any who spent time in the eng. dept. trailer during this period. TJ Talley ICC USN RET
Hamilton, JohnSM31967 – 1969OpsPlankowner member of commisioning crew. Spent a lot of time DIW (Dead in the Water) on shakedown cruises and the Bremerton, Wash. Shipyard. Prior to boarding Schofield for the first time I was stationed at Seattle Naval Air Station.
Edward, PalmerFTM21967 – 1970FOXPlankowner
Young, Glenn A.DK-3Jan 1967 – Jun 6, 1970SupplyAnyone know what ever happened to any of the following: A.E.West,Wallace Thomas,Ted Thronson(Tiny),Ed Hodges,Ron Richerds. I am surprised I remember any of you as I had a stroke 10-19-2002 and I came back very good.
Martin, Robert (Marty)SN/SK3Jan 1968 – Mar 1971Deck/SupplyAssigned to Schofield Pre-Commissioning Detail as an SA from Great Lakes Training Center in December 67 to San Diego for staging and then to Bremerton, WA in March 68 to meet Schofield for sea trials. Hon Discharge Mar71
Clark, LouGMM1 (E6)Jan 28, 1968 – Dec 27, 19692nd or GMAll Schofield sailers, e-mail or call me about being part of the Schofield Association. E-mail address is Tel:(562) 430-7115 NEED YOUR HELP! Do not let your shipmate down. Gunner Clark (Plank Owner)68-69 LET ME HEAR FROM YOU.
Hamilton, Neil (Boats)BM1 (RETIRED AS BMC IN 1981)Feb 1968 – Jun 19701st LPOA fantastic time during my career. Westpac, Frank E. Evans tragedy, Cap'n Conlon, SM2 Martin, GMG1 Ayers, SN Cooper and CW music. Anyone remember BM2 McAbee? Weps Boss was ???. I'll never forget ol wassisname. Had fun I hope everyone else did t
Persing, CalvinSTG2Feb 1968 – Dec 1970I was part of the original commissioning crew , a plankowner, assigned to the Schofield while she was still in Todd Shipyard. Great ship, great time. I only made the first Westpac cruise when the USS Evans was accidently sunk by the HMS Melbourne.
Porter, CliffEM3Feb 1968 – Nov 1969EPlank Owner Anyone know what hapened to Mack Baker?
Barnes, Elmer M JrFTMCFeb 7, 1968 – Jul 5, 1969Fire ControlWas a plank owner for the Schofield. I coached the Baseball team. We had alot of great times! My nick name to the young shipmates was "Pappy"
Dickens, Charles/dickieYN3Mar 1968 – Jun 1970OpsEnjoyed almost every minute. Would like to know whereabouts of Robert Larry Harrell from Macon, Georgia
Netherton, JamesGmg3Mar 1968 – Nov 11, 1970Weapons_gunnery div.
Dickens, Charles E.YN3Mar 1, 1968 – Jun 30, 1970WeaponsPlankowner
Pate, BarryFTG2May 1, 1968 – Nov 1970Second
Martin, RickIC-3Sep 1968 – Jun 1970RGreat ship..great crew. Steamed many ports w/YN-3 Galligan - what happened to him? Made IC-2 but took early out and passed on advancement. Spent 26 years in reserves as Civil Engineer Corps officer retiring in 2001.
Frary, DayneSH3Mar 27, 1969 – Mar 24, 1970SupplyI still prefer to travel by sea. Eastern Caribbean, NZ, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Hilo, Lahaina, Pearl, Inside Passage Alaska. But Subic, Hong Kong, Yokosuka, Sasebo, and Kaohsiung will always live on.
Conrad, SteveGMG2May 1, 1969 – Jun 1971Weapons / 3rd I joined the Schofield in May '69 during her first Westpac cruise. After serving on a WWII era tin can (DD719) it seemed like pure luxury! What ever happened to Tom Vachon, Ron Ayers, Dick Kerr, "Frog", "Goat", Paul Smith, &a
McCracken, GaryGMM3Jun 14, 1969 – Mar 6, 1972WeaponsRemember first day at sea aboard the Schofield, GMM1 Miller sent me to the bridge for some relative bearing grease. Had visits from Jim Borowitz, Dave Hunche and Dan Tuffnell. Great memories of her while we served.
Overbey, CurtisCS3Dec 31, 1969 – Sep 21, 1971SupplyEnjoyed the experience but would have worked harder to acheive more. Left ship as CS3 which was a good start considering I didn't know what a mess was before service. Finished career ,reserves 24 yr MS1.board el 13 yrs.
Peterson, John (Pete)SM21970 – 1971OCBecame a crusty Shellback on a WestPac voyage in 1970. Have some great movies of us crossing the line. Was saddened that she was sunk, but hope she was a good target. JP
Bell, MiltonMM3May 1970 – Oct 1971M
Milton, BellMM3May 1970 – Oct 1971MI remember the "line crossing" that Peterson talked about. I was on the same deployment and recall Captain Conlon was also initiated at the same time which was tough on him since the XO was a shellback and Captain Conlon hated him.
Blackwelder, BobsnJun 3, 1970 – Jun 24, 19721aboard the uss schofield-wes- packs were a great time---looking for ross worrell-from cadiz ohio
O'Malley, Donald profile iconSNAug 18, 1970 – Apr 10, 1972OCCorpsman Striker
Oxenrider, Wesley OxEN 3Sep 1970 – Jun 21, 1974M & RWas the best and the worst times but I look back now over 30 years later and wish I could do it al over . At least to see some of the shipmates that we went to hell and back with like Ron Story who passed away last year . Love to hear from anyone !
Kropp, Walter (Skip)GMG2Oct 1970 – Feb 1972Weapons
Cutler, MichaelMMFNApr 1, 1971 – Aug 30, 1972EngineeringMy brother and I were one set of four brothers serving during our time aboard.
Jenkins, Robert /bobFNJul 1971 – Dec 1971?engI was only on board for about 6 months but I learned so much during that time . I can't remember anyone's name other than BT1 Cruise and second class nick named Capt.or Cappy I think . I had torn my knees up infootball
Laug, DavidOSSNAug 1971 – Jun 1973served aboard as Deg 3....I was known as Baby-San due to my youthful appearance
Larry Southworth, MooneyRM21972 – 1975opsI took the message to the wardroom from CinCpac asking "Schofield where are you?". It didnt bring many smiles but we got a lot of requests for copies later!
Schweizer, BillRM31972 – Aug 1973OC Div
Rockhold, JohnHT31972 – 1974R DivisionGood times and great crew, went back to Vietnam to see targets of 1972/73 gunline called in by our Seal Team in 1996, Vietnamese remember those nights. 1974 Seychelles Islands and Bandar Abas Iran were good memories.
Braatz, DougBTFN1972 – 1973engineeringHad a great time while on board, miss the guys, been a long time, proud as hell to have served on board
Wright, Bill (Rat)MM3Aug 1, 1972 – Mar 1, 1977M
Zavala, Gilbert Gibby GilE3Aug 1, 1972 – Mar 30, 1973SeabeeHelping my dad Gilbert Zavala reconnect with navy buddies. We mainly have questions about time spent in Subic Bay please feel free to email us thank you
Teigen, RayEngine man 3rd ClassOct 12, 1972 – Oct 26, 1974RHad some great times on the Schofield, Would like to see some of you some time.

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