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USNS San Diego (T-AFS 6) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USNS San Diego (T-AFS 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 243 crew members registered for the USNS San Diego (T-AFS 6).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1977 | 1978 – 1982 | 1983 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Bravar, SteveRM21968 – 1969CommunicationsPlank Owner - Worked with CPO Purcell, RM1 Fortner, Richmond,Redmond, Schnurr and a lot of other fine guys. Contact me at ursa@net-change.com Good memories and good times with the crew. MAde 1st Med Crusie and then chopped to ARS 43.
Faber, RichardBM31968 – 1970DeckPlank Holder. Pre-com duty in San Diego. We lived in the barracks. Waiting for ship to be completed. Cooled beer with fire extinguishers. Sun-bathed on the roof. Skated from duty to go to Mission Beach. Weekends in T.J. in our T.J. Taxi.
Fowler, JohnnyETR-31968 – 1971OEPlank owner ,Great ship.Came on board in San Diego when we were still in the barracks.Met a bunch of great guys.Won't forget the canal,Gitmo or the Med.
Morgan, Steve ( Benji )mmfn1968 – 1972A division got orders to the san diego dec. '68 , arrived a snot nosed youngin until Steve Inglis,and MMCS Payne screwed my noggin on straight. Thanks to them, Lee Morgan, and Bar ney Schrimsher, I was Brig free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Holzman, DavidRM31968 – 1970CommunicationsPlank owner on the commissioning crew. Proudly served with some of the best, had some good times, some good fun, did good work. Fond memories will stay forever!
Clary, JerrySA1968 – 19701st
Hensley, Gary (Pc)PC31968 – 1970ExectutiveI am proud to be a plank owner of the best ship in the US Navy. It's hard to believe that she's gone. I would give my right arm to walk her decks again.
Wightman, III, Thomas/tommyBM3Jun 15, 1968 – Nov 15, 1970DeckLooking for Chis Batchlor and Richard Farber
Parker, Ronald (Doc)HM2Jun 26, 1968 – Nov 26, 1969MedicalPlank owner Great ship wouldn't trade the experience for anything.
Parker, Ronald (Doc)HM2Jun 26, 1968 – Nov 26, 1969MedicalPlank Owner Great ship wouldn't trade the experience for anything.
Buchholz, Earl "buck"BT3Aug 1968 – 1969BI AM A PLANK OWNER, A ND THE FIRST OIL KING, I WAS ASSIGNED TO THE PRECOMMISSONING DETAIL. WAS ON BOARD FOR THE TRIP FROM SAN DIEGO TO NORFOLK VA. WE WENT THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL,
Inglis, SteveEN3Sep 1, 1968 – Aug 15, 1970A GangFirst enlisted man to report to the ship at National Steel and Shipbuilding Company only others their were Capt. Wells and WO Ashcraft, MM2 Mahan was next.
Mahouski, Jr., NicholasYN2Sep 1, 1968 – Jan 15, 1971XPLANKOWNER, HAVE COPIES OF EARLY HISTORY OF U.S.S. SAN DIEGO AFS-6, WILLING TO SHARE, COUNTLESS STORIES, PICTURES, AND GREATEST TIME OF MY LIFE IN X-DIVISION, OPERATED SHIP'S OFFSET PRINTER, AND WAS LEGAL YEOMAN.WOW!!!!
Carrion, Anthony M.YN2Sep 7, 1968 – Nov 10, 1970XPlankowner, use to fly typewriter ribbons off stern while underway and have stobe light parties at night. Super memories.
Kuzmovich, Ronn "Cosmo"LI3Nov 1968 –DECK - ADMINPLANK OWNER, WHEN I LEFT I WAS CHAPLAINS YOEMAN, BUT WAS ON DECK FORCE WITH WHITE AND ASHWELL.
Muldowney, KenSK 3Nov 1968 – Aug 19711ST DECK & S-2PLANK OWNER, WHAT AN ADVENTURE AND A EXPERIENCE THAT WILL LAST FOR A LIFE TIME.
Strickland, Jim/strickBT 3Nov 1968 – Aug 13, 1971engineeringGood time to be a sailor. pre com in san diego to mardi gras to the med a few times. miss the old boat and old friends. it is sad she is gone. i thought plank owners got rrights to first offer on a decom. i never got a call.
Johnston, Michael R (Mike)RD2Nov 3, 1968 – Aug 24, 1970Operations - Radar [OI]Pre-Comm / Plank Owner. Shakedown in GITMO, where I turned 21. One great MED cruise. Anyone from the ship may contact me at mrj_mba@bellsouth.net
Oates, William H.PN3Nov 6, 1968 – Jul 9, 1971XPLANK OWNER.2 GREAT MED CRUISES.GREAT CAPTAIN, JOHN W. WELLS, USN.
Batchelor, Chrisgmg-3Dec 1968 – Sep 18, 1972div-3
Horton, Doyle "lamar"SN1969 – 1971FIRSTLived in Barracks before Commissioning, Shakedown Cruises, Plank Owner, Trip thru Panama Canal, Norfolk, Gitmo, New Orleans Mardi Gras, Med Cruise, Great Times With Roy Drake, John Wedding, & Ashwell on Rome Tour!
Brooks, SamBM11969 – 19741STShip was singled up when I came running aboard, with a swap. The best move I ever made. Still remember all my friends as if it was yesterday. All the along sides, replenishing, the long hours. But most of all, the camradre.
Brown, DavidRM11969 – 1972operationsanyone in touch with Chief Ray or Chatto. Would love to hear from the old gang. Do you remember the "speckled puppy"
Holzman, DavidRM31969 – 1970CommunicationsRemember the good times and the good guys and was proud to serve with all. Purcell, Fortner, Munro, Redman, Hoffsommer, Chatto, Schnurr, et al. Capt. Wells a good man, Com. Craig (the straight jacket incident)
Lacapruccia, Joseph A LacaprucciaGMG3Jan 1969 – Nov 1970weapons
Antenucci, RobertEM5Jan 27, 1969 – Oct 10, 1970E
Williams, RonaldDP1Jan 29, 1969 – Jun 27, 1971S-1Had a great time with a buch of great guys
Antenucci, RobertELECTRICIANS MATE EM3Jan 30, 1969 – Oct 10, 1970EngineeringPlank Owner, Spent Jan-July in San Diego. 1st Med Cruise, Gitmo Training. Duty Station Battery Locker w/ Scarpulla & Hobbs. Unrep Station Eng. Rm. Generator Control. Great Time in Tangiers & Canes. Great Experience & Shipmates.
Uebner, RaySKSNFeb 1969 – Jun 1972S2I was in precom and went through the Panama with her and did 2 med crusises. Remember all the good times and people that I servered with. Also remember the captain that almost sank us.
Roush, RonIC2Feb 17, 1969 – Jan 15, 1971ECAME ONBOARD PRECOM IN SAN DIEGO. RETIRED AUG 86,, E7 WITH 22YEARS. LAST COMMAND FTC, NORFOLK. NOW WORKING IN COMPUTERS.
Lyons, WayneSK2Mar 1, 1969 – May 8, 1971S1MEMBER OF COMMISSIONING CREW...PLANK OWNER ...SERVED UNDER CAPT. WELLS....WORKED IN SUPPLY OFFICE...LT DRINKWATER....SKC HEAD...AND A GREAT GROUP OF FELLOW STOREKEEPERS...GREAT TIME BEING PART OF INITIAL CREW
Webb, LarryBM 3May 1969 – 19711'STPlank owner.Made a couple of Gitmo cruises and one Med cruise.It was a great experience.Wish we could have a plank owner reunion.
Treadwell, Jr, John WSNMay 5, 1969 – Aug 18, 1970s3plank owner; 1st operator of geedunk; 2nd operator of ship's store
Erickson, Edwardradarman p.o. 3May 16, 1969 – May 15, 1971ops
Treadwell, Jr, John WSNMay 26, 1969 – Aug 18, 1970s-3plank owner; gitmo; 1 med cruise; 1st operator of gee dunk & ship's store
Grove, ThomasDP2Sep 1969 – Jul 1971SUPPLYPart of initial crew came on board as a E-2, Data Processing Tech. Served with the best group of guys ever. They were scattered from all over the US. PLANK OWNER
Richmond, DanRM2Nov 2, 1969 – Nov 18, 1970Operations
Lovaglio, Daniel J.YN3Nov 4, 1969 – Oct 27, 1971ExecutiveGreat time in my life. The guys I worked with were terrific. Bill Oates, Gilmore, Nick and Nick Pace were the best!!!
Papke, PaulFA1970 – 1971R
Hill, KentDP21970 – 1972Data ProcessingThe longer it's been, the better I remember the time on the San Diego. Certainly have great memories of the guys in the computer room. And the poker games.
McKagan, MichaelMMFN1970 – 1972"A" GangGreat ship. Hate to see her go.
Coburn, DaveBT31970 – 1974engineeringJust looking for any shipmates from the San Diego
Novak, BillDS21970 – Dec 1973S1 "Mules"Curt Kendall and I were the first "DS's" aboard, along with the Univac 1500. Missed the 6 week Med cruise, and the Unit Citation. Great Crew - Great times - 2 Med cruises, and the start of a 3rd.
Dodge, RickMar 1970 – Sep 1970EM
Drennen, James "jim"DP2Apr 1970 – Jun 1973Supply/Computer RoomSea duty rocks. The best 4 years of a 6 year enlistment. I remember the USS San Diego as a great ship; even if some of the COs were a little off.
Rose, Jr., DonaldPN3Apr 10, 1970 – Oct 25, 1972XTwo Great Med Tours, 2 Great Caribbean Trips and One REALLY COLD North Atlantic. Greeat Guys and Great Memories. Might be planning a reunion for ALL HANDS in Long Beach, CA. in the next year, or so. Can be contacted at dmccrose@aol.com.
Walters, MikeMM3Aug 1970 – Jan 7, 1974M-ATook 4 Med cruises and 2 Gitmo cruises
Collette, Peter (Bwahna)GMG3Nov 1970 – Nov 19713rd (Gunnery)Good time! Seen some more of the world. New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and Med Cruise. Other Nicknames: Oddball & Phantom.
Dalessio, JoeSH3Dec 9, 1970 – Nov 11, 1972S3great ship

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