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USS New Orleans (LPH 11) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS New Orleans (LPH 11). 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 849 crew members registered for the USS New Orleans (LPH 11).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 | 1970 – 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 – 1995 | 1996 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Miller, GlynnABH31970 – 1974V-1/V-3I worked in V-3 for 6 months then V-1 as blue shirt, crash crew, yellow shirt. 3 Wes-pacs, Apollo 14, Skylab 2 & 3.
Goyette, JoeMM31970 – Dec 2, 1972M....EngineeringNice to see people that I know on this list. Joe Allers MM 2 a good friend as all in M div. were, Hope to see other good friends on this list
Glen Hyslop, Glen Gale HyslopPVT1970 – 19703rd Bn 26, MarinesI was the very first Marine to board for the 17, day trip to Ca. Helmet and flack jacket in one trailer and M-16 in another. I headed all the way to the front of the ship. The next thing I remember was the band playing, Ca. here we come!!
Killian, BrianE-31970 – 1973B Division
Killian, BrianE-31970 – 1970B
Knight, LorenIC31970 – 1973Engineering
Yareff, Bob profile iconLI3Jan 1970 – Sep 1970XI was a Lithographer in the Print Shop.
Fay, StephenOf corpralJan 1, 1970 – Aug 1, 1971Usmc 1st marine division I loved being on the New Orleans traveling to the Olongapo city, Hong Kong! Met a lot of great guys who where in the navy on the ship and became great friends wish I could reach out to all them forgot names! Anybody?
Rodriguez, JesusHM2Jan 7, 1970 – Mar 10, 1973MEDICALI WAS ON THE 1st 3 WESPAC. MISSED MY FLIGHT DECK BUDDIES.OLONGAPO NIGHTLIFE. NATIONAL CITY,21CLUB. MY CHICANO BROTHERS. PARTYING IN MY COMPARTMENT ON THE F/D.
Rodriguez, JesusJan 10, 1970 – Mar 12, 1973
Mils, RobertE-3Jan 13, 1970 – Feb 28, 1971GUNNERYI shot the shot line to apollo 14 capsule it landed right on the capsule.My 15 seconds of fame but the shot of a life time.I enjoyed serving on the New Orleans because Im from NewOrleans.The Nixon trip was great.A reunion would great guys.
Rodriguez, Jesse /docHM2Jan 14, 1970 – Mar 11, 1973MEDICALI WAS ON THE 1ST 3 WESPACS. I SPENT ALOT OF TIME ON THE FLIGHT DECK. SIMPSON,BURNS,REGAN,LUKA GARY,SSGT STACER. BOAZ PLAYING CCR! OLONGAPO LIFE! I WILL NEVER FORGET THIS MEMORIES! GEORGE GONZALES FROM SAN DIEDO. 21 CLUB IN NATIONAL CITY.
Hathaway, ThomasRADARMAN 2NDFeb 1970 – Aug 1972
Miller, Claude "Mitch"ABH-1Feb 1, 1970 – May 4, 1974V-3Proudly Served With Shipmates, ABSC Schulman,AA Pattison,AA Dace, AA Campbell,AN Lopez,AA Graves, AA Kislingbury,AR Simpson,AN LEE, And V-1 & V-4 Division
Lambert, MikeCORPORAL USMCMar 1970 – Mar 19701st Marine Air WingPres Nixon brought 1100 Marines back to the states on LPH11. 17 days from Da Nang to San Diego. thanks for getting me home.
Goods, Don GoodySN/E3Mar 15, 1970 – Nov 5, 1971deck 1st divrecovering the Apollo 14 astronauts was hard work but a good time
Arender, Loyde SnakePFCMar 19, 1970 – Apr 3, 1970Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 26th Marine Regiment, 1st MarineWe (Kilo 3/26) came Back to The World aboard the USS New Orleans LPH-11 as part of President Nixon's withdrawal of the 26th Marine Regiment.
Zachary, Issac BroussardPVTMar 20, 1970 – Apr 8, 19701st MarineAs part of Nixon's troop withdrawals on March 20, 1970 we boarded the USS New Orleans in Danang Harbor and arrived to a brass band in San Diego Bay on or about April 8, 1970. I was initiated as a ShellBack during this voyage. I B Zachary
Goods, DonSN/E3Apr 1970 – Nov 5, 19711st deck
Yarger, Rod / YogiAN. ASMApr 10, 1970 – Jan 2, 1972AIMD
Spironello, LouFTG-3Apr 20, 1970 – Jun 12, 1973FOXApollo 14,made 2 westpac's,will always remember playing on the softball and volleyball teams. Will never forget some of the rough weather we were in,but most of all the great friends I met along the way.It would be great to have a reunion.
Simcik, ChuckFTG2Apr 20, 1970 – Apr 6, 1972FOXGreat crewmates. Marine embarkments were a drag - fresh water shortages and always blocking passage ways. Enjoyed flights on "CAJUN" the ship's helo when I could get on the flight manifest.
Tracy, VaughnHT2May 1970 – Aug 1973RWorked in the carpenter shop and the ship fitter shop. Still have my Flying Squad hat. Also have a Haiphong Harbor Sweep Detail patch.
Gensheer, Frank GensheerMM3May 1970 – Jul 1970Engine RoomAssigned while awaiting orders to Nuclear Power School, Mare Island
Doyle, DavidHM2May 1, 1970 – Aug 29, 1972Medical DepartmentLooking to reconnect with medical department pers.
Clem, JamesYN2May 31, 1970 – Dec 1, 1970X
Buncie, DavidEM 3Jun 1, 1970 – Oct 10, 1972Two WestPacs, Appolo 14, Nixon's Mexico trip and yes I remember the short stay in Taiwan.How about that softball team.
Welch, BillFTG3Jun 15, 1970 – Jun 11, 1973FOXAppollo 14 was a lifetime experience, never to be forgotten by those who participated. Does anyone else here remember the scare we had over Gene Dixon's prediction that we would go down at sea during our return haome from this adventure??
Wright, James WrightMR2Jul 1970 – Jul 15, 1972engineeringone west pack -Apollo 14 Had roof of car stomped in when in Hawaii
Travis, Daniel profile iconABH-3Jul 1, 1970 – May 20, 1972K- DivYes Sir I remember all that I served with, Wes-pac Apollo 14 recovery, armed forces day in San Fran. 1970. good times. Hope some of you guys remember me from K- Div daniltravis@yahoo.com Ed Sollick, Denzel Washington
Nagy, BillSMSAAug 1970 – Oct 1971csMy 1st command after finishing "a" school. Volunteered to be homeported overseas in Japan so had relatively short stay onboard. Was there long enough to recover apollo 14, lifetime experience.
Gorin, VictorE_3Aug 1970 – Jul 1972seamen
Smith, EstesFNAug 20, 1970 – Sep 19, 1972R DivisonJust seeing who is still around to chat with, had some good times and some rough ones but the Grace still has me here
Rosso, NorbertRM3Aug 26, 1970 – Mar 15, 1973Three west pac tours, Apollo 14, may good times and good people.
Kittrell, David S.RM2Sep 1970 – Dec 1972Communications/RadioTwo WestPac tours; Apollo 14 recovery;
Duffy, EdABFNov 1970 – Jun 1974V43 WESTPACs, Apollo 14, Sky Lab 2&3. Like to hear from the crew. Relive the "Glory Days". Where we're at now.
Cunningham, DennisRm3Nov 1970 – Aug 1974CR
Richter, MikeRM3Nov 1, 1970 – Apr 2, 1972CRGreat Westpacs to Subic Bay, Taiwan, Sasebo, Japan, and Okinawa! Remember the California Club or Dwave Club?
Cady, Michaelos3Nov 15, 1970 – Dec 20, 1973oe/oifirst of six sea duty commands and probalbly my favorite, and least once i got out of oe div..
Gaines, BillDP3Nov 19, 1970 – Feb 4, 1973Supply

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