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USNS Kilauea (T-AE 26) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USNS Kilauea (T-AE 26). 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 193 crew members registered for the USNS Kilauea (T-AE 26).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1977 | 1978 – 1988 | 1989 – 1995 | 1996 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Lambert, EdwardRM31972 – 1975OperationsA large ship with a small crew, I had a good time on the Kilauea. I'm sorry to here they sank her. Living in Tucson, AZ. Still riding motorcycles.
Hallahan, JimEM 2nd classMay 1972 – May 1975Engineeringdid 3 westpacs, played on the ships softball team, and ran miles with Don Nault while underway. Liked subic and grande island skiing but loved the Australian visit best.
Erickson, DavidMM2Jul 1972 – 1973M
Collins, SteveE-2Aug 1, 1972 – May 2, 1974BWhats up fellas,long time no see,i sure miss P/I. Man were we ever "Steamers".LOL. It took me fore ever to get rid of the NSU. I see Tasmaina now and i cant believe we were their,the place looks all modern.
Nault, DonaldEM2Sep 5, 1972 – Sep 1, 1976StreamWhat a great crew. The placard the shop door said "We've been doing so much with so little for so long, now we can do anything with nothing in no time." After 3 Westpac tours I can say that it was really true. Dr. Don - the winch doctor!
Strickland, Kenneth W.EN3Sep 28, 1972 – May 18, 1976stream
Shoffner, JimFA1973 – 1974Mwent to Australia became a shellback what else could one ask for
Lisivick, EdETR31973 –Operations - ElectronicsFeels odd that my old ship was sunk as a target.
Taylor, JerryMMFAFeb 1973 – Jul 1976M and STREAMran into Kenny Rice in Tucson Az. I remember you Strickland and Erickson. saw slim in Iowa. chief oaks I remember you. those were good ole days , but these days I only remember the good ole Subic days.
Oaks, JimMMCSFeb 2, 1973 – Mar 2, 1976A and StreamMany good memories. During Nam you should have witnessed the passing of bombs and bulletts. Unreping ships on both sides and both helos in the air.
Miller, GwOSSNApr 3, 1973 – Dec 15, 1975Did a year in 1st Div. BMC Covinton. Struck OS. Saw a couple of you guys on this site. Chet, EJ from Evansville. Chet I ran over your foot with fork lift. Partied with Baker,Mess,Pete,Charlie,Phil,Cav,Mac Concord Calif. Party House!
Bontty, EjCSSNApr 16, 1973 – Sep 15, 1976supply 2strickland those kilauea days are still in my mind, the engineers were the a good mix of men.It was a rough ride but al wells and I kept going with cs 1 bishop and sh1(the runner martinez) the crew worked hard and partied hard but wells and I retired
Lacheney, SidneyE2May 9, 1973 – May 9, 1975First
Druelinger, Bert "Drew"CS3May 30, 1973 – Dec 29, 1975S2I served aboard the "Killer Whale", first as a deck hand under Chief Covington and then under Chief Money as a cook. Those that remember "Sarge and Coco I was the third of the three. It would be good to hear frome some "old shipmates&q
Harmening, DennisEN2(SW)Oct 1973 – Sep 1975A
Vanguilder, JimMR3Oct 1973 – Nov 19741WESTPAC TOUR, GREAT CREW, GOOD TIMES
Bassett, Sonnye-2Oct 1973 – Dec 1976stream
Loyd, Markmmfr1974 – 1976EngineeringMy name is Mark Loyd I served down in the hole. I served with some really cool men. I lost all my stuff from the Navy and don't have the West Pac year book with names. I have since forgotten names but if they appear I mi
Morris, Reginald / Tom3RD CLASSJan 1974 – Jan 1978Gunners MateLooking for fellow gunners mate / weapons handlers served in 1974-1978.
Bohling, EdwardE1Nov 1974 – Mar 1976FIRST USN SHIP STRAIGHT OUT OF BOOTCAMP
King, JackCWO21975 – 1977EngineeringGood crew with a busy schedule Remember one casualty in ship yard, fire in the engineroom.
Hodges, TerryE 41975 – 1976R
Ferranti, JerryEM3Apr 15, 1975 – Apr 15, 1979E-Div and STREAMWas on (2) WESTPAC cruises. Was in E-Div then went to STREAM. Had some good memories and bad but never regret any of it. Like to hear from anyone during that time frame. Check out the facebook Alumni page.
Calhoun, HarlanQM3Jun 1, 1975 – Nov 1, 1978naviagationlooking for Chief Dunn
Jewett, MikeHM1Sep 15, 1975 – Jul 10, 1978XTwo WESTPAC tours and lots of fun on the Killer Whale. Retired as LCDR in the Medical Service Corps. Love to hear from anyone who served on the "Best" Ammo ship in the Fleet!
Rayman, JoeMM2Oct 15, 1975 – Feb 5, 1977M
Bresnahan, William (Bill)MM31976 – Oct 1, 1980MLOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO REMEMBER THE COLLISION AND THE SSTG EXPLOSION
Phillips, TerrySK21976 – Dec 1978Supply
Homan, David R.BT2Jan 1976 – Oct 1978BInterested in finding Steve Reigs, Jack DeLucas, Joe DelGado and any of the fireroom gang. Why isn't our SSTG Explosion listed under accidents?
Salvatore, Keith  NEWE1Jan 5, 1976 – Jul 3, 1978Hull MaintanceI'm the fool who got F U tattooed on my saluting hand in Hong Kong. Anyone remember when the fuel tanks where over filled and flooded all the cargo areas full of ammo including nukes with jet fuel while in Pearl Harbor?
Kallbreier, GeneMMFNJan 9, 1976 – Mar 1, 1978A gang
Dials, LeslieET3 (NOW RETIRED ET1)Mar 1976 – Jan 1978OEIF ANYONE SERVED WITH ME IN OPS. YOU CAN EMAIL ME AT ldials@ctdi.com.
Travis, RichardENFNJun 1976 – Mar 1979ICE A gangLooking for Bill Bresnahan & Dennis Ryan & all other from the crew
Harris, EdBTFNSep 1976 – Feb 1980bi would like to reply to dave homan.
Cardinal, LarryEN3Oct 10, 1976 – Oct 1, 1980EngeneeringEngingman 3rd Class looking for Eugene Smith aka smitty
Berry, Todd [dingle]btfnJan 15, 1977 – Sep 15, 1980b divwould like to say hi to anybody who spent time in the boiler room,and engine room
Fowler, DaveET 2Feb 1977 – Dec 1979Ops
Swaim, DavidIC-2Apr 29, 1977 – Dec 30, 1978EWESTPAC 1978: 7 March to 6 October. On 21 April rescued two Philippine fishermen whose boat had capsized in stormy waters in Manila Bay. At a later date, was involved in a collision, starboard side aft, with a commercial ship.
Hibbard, BoatsE-3Jun 1977 – Jul 1980Boat
Meador, Charles (Cam)BMSNJun 1977 – 19802nd
Tew, SamET-3Jun 1977 – Oct 1978WESTPAC 1978. Yup.... I remember the collision with the Supertanker "VERY WELL" Any other ET's out there?? Also would love to hear from Doug Sasse
Colburn, GerryMR3Aug 10, 1977 – Sep 10, 1978A-Div
Miller, DerekSMSASep 1977 – Jun 19782ndWas assigned to 2nd Dvision, worked as the deck yeoman under 1st Lt Verhassel. Was chock & chain man, as well as pole man during Vertreps. Went on 1978 Westpac, was duty driver in port. Left for 'A' school in Sasebo, Japan.
Rohman, GreggEN3Oct 1, 1977 – Sep 24, 1980a-ganglooking for doug fields,bud border,dan lang or anyone else from this period
Shoulder, KeithE-3Oct 6, 1977 – Apr 6, 1979BOSNMATEI MISS ALL THE GUYS

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