The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Julius A. Furer (FFG 6). 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 215 crew members registered for the USS Julius A. Furer (FFG 6).
|McGee, David||DC 3||1986 – 1989|
|McLaughlin, Stephen||LTJG||1986 – 1989||ASW||Serving on the 'Jolly JAF' was a great opportunity to forge life-long friendships, but reporting aboard as an ensign on the very day she entered dry dock for an extended overhaul was not an auspicious start to a 'surface warfare' caree|
|Busa, Dan||MM3||1986 – Jun 1988||A-GANG|
|McDowell, Fran (Mac)||EW3||1986 – 1989||OPS||1st command at dry dock in Philly. Good people|
|McDowell, Fran (Mac)||EW3||1986 – 1986||OPS||A & C schools. Loved "Drinkin' with Lincoln" Nights|
|McNealy, Earnest||E-5||Jan 10, 1986 – Dec 19, 1989||R Division||The best ship I was ever on. The crew was close .|
|Taer, Mark||EM 3||Mar 2, 1986 – Apr 1989||Electricians||The crew we had on the Furer was great. Ship was in dry dock most of the time I was there but learned alot and had a lot of fun !|
|Gil Alvarado, Raul||Em2||May 10, 1986 – Apr 12, 1988||R division||I got there in 1986 and the minute I got there my career was over|
|Riemer, Tim||YN3||Jun 1986 – 1988||Nav/Admin||Member of the crew in Philadelphia Naval Shipyards, took her to sea trials, and eventually turned her over to Pakistan. I served with a great group of guys.|
|Akin, Steve||os2||Jun 1986 – May 1989||cic||good friends and good memories|
|Graper, Richard Doc||HN||Jul 16, 1986 – Nov 20, 1986||Nav||I was sent to the ship as a corpman from the USS Brown.Did a trip to Puerto Rico and Nassau. Had one night out in town. And the Flood we had on the ship. and Philley was great. Until the Navy sent me to the USS Pratt.|
|Boniberger, John||FC3||1987 – 1989||2nd Division||Met the ship in Philadelphia ship yard, took her back to Charleston. Then was part of the Pakistani turnover. Great bunch of guys and great memories. FC2 Jackson, Oldendorf|
|Kibic, Ferdinand||LT||1987 – 1989||Weapons|
|Schenck, Robert||BT3||Feb 23, 1987 – May 20, 1989||B|
|Wallace, Jack||FN to EM3||Jun 25, 1987 – Mar 1989||E-Div||First ship, missed a flight back from MO the first weekend (4Th Jul weekend) and got to see the XO for being UA for over 2 hours IAW his policy. Still was a good tour till we turned her over to Pakistan.|
|Segrest, John||MM-1||Sep 6, 1987 – Mar 9, 1991||M||I WAS ON THE PAKISTAN TURNOVER CREW AND A PLANK OWNER AFTER A EXTENSIVE YARD OVERHAUL.|
|Palmer, Aaron||MMFN||1988 – 1989||M|
|Wettland, Brian||OSSN||Jan 8, 1988 – Jun 16, 1989||OPS||First command. Arrived while she was in dry-dock in Philly. Lived downtown with wife and rode subway early every morning to "crank" in the wardroom. Moved to Charleston. Present for decommisioning. Not underway much.|
|Ponce, Eliseo||BT3||Apr 1988 – Sep 1989||B||Worked in the boiler room, part of the decommissioning crew and helped with the training of the Pakistan Navy sailors who received ship.|
|Smith, Jeff||MM3||May 1988 – 1989||M|
|Burton, Akemela||mmfn||May 4, 1988 – May 12, 1989||M||The jaf was my first ship after I left A school in great lakes.The ship was in Philly in dry dock when I arrived.I remember crazy ass bracey and those pakistan cats were crazy but cool as hell.|
|Burke, Mike||SN||Aug 1988 – May 1989||deck||Oh those crazy Pakis.Also remember the ex-Page.|
There are currently no planned reunions.