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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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Nelson, SteveGMT21973 – 19783rd AsrocWent onboard E-1 in Deck, stayed 5 years. Remember a lot of the crew, including several on this list. This tour had a steep learning curve for me... XOI one week, Sailor the Month the next... kind of a bi-polar approach to a shipboard tour... R\CW
Marshall, JamesGMG31973 – 1974Weapons
MacK, WilliamQMSNJan 1973 – Sep 1976NavigationI joined ship off Nam.; remember Gun Line. Also I.O., Iran, Seychelles, Cape off Somalia. Ship full of Nam refuges. Singapore,Thailand,Korea, Japan, Subic, and the Goony Birds in Midway, and much more.
Marquardt, Joseph(Barney) profile iconTMSNFeb 1973 – Oct 1973weapons
Mattingly, Harold D.GMG1Mar 10, 1973 – Nov 21, 1974FoxGOOD SHIP---OUTSTANDING CREW
Kerns, EdBT-3Mar 18, 1973 – Jul 1974Engineering
Gunter, BradF3Apr 8, 1973 – Sep 18, 1976MACHINIST MATEWHAT A GREAT TIME IN MY LIFE AND I SERVED WITH PETE, RAT,ROBERT,I WAS A THROTTLEMAN SIX ON AND SIX OFF,RAT GOT HIS NAME AS HE COULD CRAWL THREW THE BILDGES LIKE A RAT!!! MISS YOU GUYS, AND I OWE YOU FOR GUYS FOR SENDING ME FOR THE KEYS TO THE ENGINE!
Robbins, RayEN3Jun 1973 – Jun 1976
Dutcavich, DavidSTG2Aug 1973 – Mar 1976ThirdCame aboard as a push-button...went to McCloy (1038) as an LPO-2B. People like Adolph, Sage, Golden, Virmala, Nelson, Phippen, Jones & others....Wouldn't be who I am without your influence & friendship.
Hasher, DaveFIREMANOct 10, 1973 – Oct 10, 1974Mhello
Brooks, PatET31974 – Jan 17, 1977OperationsCame aboard in 1974 and was mentored by Frenchy and Ron Howard working on the ship's electronic navigation systems. I'm trying to find an old friend, FT2 Harry Webb. If anyone can help, please send an e-mail. Thanks and best regards!
Adams, John AdamsIC31974 – 1975EngineeringLooking for other shipmates that were on board when I was. I'm not sure of the years. I was an Interior Communications-Electrician. My e-mail is jadams36@cox.net.
Fletcher, MarkGMG31974 – 19782ndI met a lot of good friends
Vitai, RobertEM1974 – 1978R
Hall, Mikee-4Feb 1974 – May 1977bsome of my best memories
Berry, Willie R profile iconRM2/RM1Mar 2, 1974 – May 1, 1977OC01Was the Leading RM and tty Repairman and then went to Assistant 3M Co-ordinator prio to being transferred to NTCC NavSta Long Beach Ca
Hall, Patrick (Little Hall)FNApr 9, 1974 – Apr 23, 1977B (Boiler Room)Although there were some rough times, I wouldn't trade the memories for anything.
Lotspeich, GreggSTG2May 1974 – Aug 1976WEAPONSREMEMBER THE DUMMY ASROC EXERCISE OFF THE COAST OF JAPAN WHERE IT HIT THE CONNING TOWER OF THE SUB. THEY TOLD US OVER THE U/W TELEPHONE THAT IT MISSED. YEAH, RIGHT!
Rogers, Lee (Master Blaster)ftg2Aug 1974 – Nov 1975fox
Ramer, BarryHT21975 – 1979RLooking for Hank, Tim, Steve or anybody that was in R Div
Uphus, KevinMM2Jan 1975 – Jul 4, 1980MCan't say it was the best time of my life. Met several good friends and learned alot about the "takers" of life. Got a great wife and 3 kids and living the good life in Washington State! Oh..Learned not to trust the military..at least back
Bonnell, Bob (Bonbon)MM2Jan 1975 – Jul 1980M & Alongest 5 1/2 years of my life, 5 were on Schofield. many many bad times which I mostly forgot & a few good ones that I still remember.
Seidler, Mark/ SiBT2Mar 1975 – Nov 1976EngineeringBoarded during a WESPAC in 1975. Assigned to the boiler room. Went thru a yard period in Long Beach. My younger brother Geoff came aboard during this period he was a fireman assigned to the engine room. Had a great time
Brown, ScottbtfnMay 22, 1975 – Jul 26, 1977engineeringdid the Westpac in 1975 came back went to shipyards in long beach for a year. met great friends along the way. would love to hear from them.
Hammon, SkipGMM2Jun 4, 1975 – Sep 18, 19772ndGreetings to my Schofield Shipmates.
Escalante, GeorgeEW1Jun 5, 1975 – Jan 2, 198041/2 of the longest years of my life were on the Schofield. But It was a great life experience that served me well in my future career. Came aboard a boy and left as a old man at 25 years of age. Great crews, only good memories of my time onboard.
Russell, Charles C. Jr.BM2 - BM1Jul 29, 1975 – Apr 30, 1978WA01(WeaponsI thought this ship was a great ship with a good Captain. I did learn a lot about this ship. I also was promoted to BM1 on 16 December 1977.
Merritt, MichaelFTMDec 1975 – Aug 1979FTMI can't say I miss it. I do have some life long friends from it though. Plus it was the longest four years of my life.
Van Stedum, Henry (Hank)HT21976 – Jul 3, 1980repair (R)Schofield was a great ship Was sad to here she was sunk Had a lot of fun with a lot of great frends Would like to here from you.
Wilkie, JimTM21976 – 19793rd
Cornelius, JdSM31976 – 1979OC I foundt alot of good friends & seen many wonderful Countrys. This was an Adventure I will never forget!
Neumeister, JohnLTJG1976 – 1976RReported as DCA, in the yards at Long Beach. Did Westpac in '78. After 2 yrs, was xferred into Navigator position. Spent a short time as interim Ops boss, before leaving the ship for shore duty late in '79.
Van Deman, DoyleSTG-2Feb 1976 – Oct 1978Had a lot of good times with so many good friends! Good memories! How has everyone been?
Alexander, Stephen (Steve)Feb 6, 1976 – Mar 23, 1977Engine RoomFireman Apprentice. I'll have to find some paperwork to give any further info. One thing I remember for sure is reporting aboard that night in Long Beach Calf. and waking up the next morning to find my new home out of water (dry dock).
Dedon, DaveSTG2Apr 1976 – Jun 30, 1978ThirdHad some of the best times of my life on the Schofield, Remember the third div. PIGS!!! four months short on a 6 month WESTPAC in 1978.
Minnis, DouglasBT2Apr 15, 1976 – Jun 7, 1977ENGINEERINGI made BT2 while on the Schofield. I worked under BTC Ambergy (not sure on spelling). I cannot remember all the names of my friends, bur would like to find BT2 Don Depierio? if anyone knows where he is.
Fontenot, KevinSTG/SNAug 1, 1976 – Jun 26, 1980ThirdBoarded the ship in Long Beach. Made two WestPacs in four years. Had a Hell of A good time and some bad. All great memories.
Kochel, PhilTM 3Sep 7, 1976 – Jan 19793rdGood times in compt. 29 and sonar1. Star filled skies and Albatrosses. Soviet subs and blue force, red force games.REFTRA. Far,far too much to drink. Westpac, what more can I say. I had good friends and a good time!
Stevens, Peter (Steve)FNOct 1976 – Aug 1978R - DivisionGreat Ship and Crew
Garcia Jr., BrunoBM3Oct 29, 1976 – Oct 29, 1980DeckWould to hear from other shipmates who served on the USS Schofield from 1976 to1980
Smith, Ahmadsk3Dec 10, 1976 – Oct 1, 1979supplyGood times I'll aways remember
Kearney, RichardEM3Dec 12, 1976 – May 23, 1980REnjoyed my time on the Schofield. Worked with a great bunch! Met my wife Mila in the Phillippines in 78 and married her in 1980 just days after getting out! Would like to hear from shipmates!

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