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USS Guadalcanal (LPH 7) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Guadalcanal (LPH 7). 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 1041 crew members registered for the USS Guadalcanal (LPH 7).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1963 | 1964 – 1965 | 1966 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – 1992 | 1993 – now

Atkinson, Gerald (Jerry)EM21968 – May 1971EHad a wonderful time and would do it all over again if I could. Would like to be able to contact others that served during the same time period.
Auchincloss, DickJG1968 –Deck
Bishop, JimmyCWOJan 1968 – Mar 1971O-ESpent three of the best years on GUADACANAL. Participated in three CARIB Cruises, one NATRON Curise to North Atklantic and of course Apollo 9 pickup.
Kaegebein, RussLtjgJan 8, 1968 – Sep 25, 1969Supply S-2, S-3Was aboard for the two Mardi Gras events, Apollo 8 and 9, two Caribbean cruises, a hurricane, plus adrift in the Atlantic A great group of folks in the entire crew.. Finished up in 1993 in the reserves as a Captain.
Rice, WadeSH3Feb 1968 – Dec 1971Ships ServiceMarving Eubanks, Art Schwartz, Ralph W Gregory. Paul Tomisello and I got in a drunken fight but were still friends.
Bishop, JimmyCWOFeb 1, 1968 – Feb 28, 1971O-EBest three years, from Apollo 9 to CAWS overhaul to OpEval/TechEval of TACSATCOM.
Mead, MikeETN2Feb 28, 1968 – Mar 17, 1970OEMy first ship and the real start of my 21 year Navy career. I remember all the OE guys very well, some more fondly than others...jes kiddin' Would like to hear from the old Guad Crew.
Wilson Sr, MichaelPH2Mar 4, 1968 –PhotoI am retired and looking into my military history.
Ehlers, George/buddyCPL/ E-4 USMCApr 14, 1968 – Apr 14, 1972MAG-26 HMM-264SERVED ON CARIB-2/69 CH-46-D MECH
Roberts, Carl SE3May 1968 – Nov 19691st
Mike, HarrymanBT3May 1968 – Feb 18, 1972BGreat memories and great crew to be around. A wonderful time spent that I won't give up for the world and would not do over for the world either, Got a great job in real life afterwards an early retirement too from what I learned in the Nav
Gleman, TerenceRD2May 1968 – Mar 1971OIGood time good people glad Iwas a part of it
Thomas, Charles/ TomSH2May 10, 1968 – Oct 20, 1970S-3 Division, Supply DepartmentCurrently retired. Been looking for some Navy and Marine personnel that I served with. open to emails.
Savage, LawrenceBM2Jun 10, 1968 – Oct 8, 19701stGood Time, Good Friends
Kazimer, LouAE-3Jul 1968 – Aug 1969V-4On board for Apollo 8 and Apollo 9 recovery mission. Any shipmates still kicking, please drop me an e-mail.
Nagel, RonnHNJul 15, 1968 – Dec 2, 1968HospitalGreat memories on my time aboard! GO NAVY!!
Wasmer, DalePH-3Aug 21, 1968 – Sep 23, 1972V-3Great ship. Great crew. Great times.
Petersen, DavidMR-2Sep 1, 1968 – Nov 1, 1970Engineering (Aux)I came of age on that ship, great shipmates and good times in the Carribean! There to pick up Apollo 8 and 9, got the pictures! Lost touch with everyone. Still tell stories about Ron S. chewing the top off beer cans at the slop shute in San Juan.
Petersen, DaveMR2Oct 1968 – Oct 1970AGreat ship and shipmates. Apollo 9 was the highlight. As a Machinery Repairman I worked on a lot of equipment, pumps, valves, etc and stood an endless number of After Steering and AC&R watches. Can't believe it sunk...
Coates, Albert , MdLT CDROct 1, 1968 – Nov 1, 1969MedicalGreat crew--Great ship
Virga, Joseph (Jimmy)E3Oct 3, 1968 – Aug 28, 1972V3-V1The place where I first picked up a guitar and learned how to write songs in the blackness of the watch stations on the hanger deck. This has served me well. Sunny days in the carib. swim call in the azores
Bonnett, Charles T. (Tommy)ABF 3Nov 8, 1968 – May 1, 1972Air
Rich, Robert (Bob)EM3Dec 1968 – Sep 1970EI enjoyed serving on the Guadalcanal. Ran the lighting shop for most of my tour. I hung out with Herby Rasman EM3, Duaine MM3 and Darrel MM3 Williams known as "Willy One" and "Willy Two". Anyone know where Tarzan Dole or Fred "Sug
Cwo4 David E. Norris Usn Ret., DennyAW2Dec 1968 – Mar 1969HS-3Made Apollo 8 and Apollo 9, Actually got to make the pick-up of Apollo 9 crew. I was 1st crewman on HS-3 aircraft 54, primary recovery. It was one of the top events in my Navy career. Right up there with making Chief and Warrant
Peck, LeeDMSNDec 1, 1968 – Dec 28, 1969AdminWas the ships draftsman my office was on the hanger deck.
Tomasello, Paul profile iconAK31969 – 1970Aviation Supply S-6Lt Reardon, CPO Paul Lass, AK2 Larry Friend, AK3 Marv Eubanks, Ar Wes Covan
Clausen, ReidarRD21969 – 1971OIHad a great time on the Guadalcanal. Nice ship lots of great travel
Battoe, Lawrence "Larry"PN2Jan 1969 – Aug 1971AdminGood duty. I saw a lot of places I never would have seen.
Fetzer, BarrySGT E-5May 1969 – Sep 19692nd MarineI served aboard the Guadalcanal during operations with Amphibious Squadron TEN as a unit of Carib 2-69
Cornelius Bradley, TiredE-2May 15, 1969 – Oct 1, 19701st division
Clausen, ReidarRD2Jun 1969 – May 1971OEGreat ship Great Duty
Rice, John (Jj)cplJun 6, 1969 – Sep 24, 1969HMM-264 AvionicsEnjoyed the ride...thanks Navy. Some of my best memories during Carib-69.."Exotic Dancer" operation,offload at panama,Vieques,San Juan,Jamaca,Trinada and Tabago. Semper fi
Hewitt, DougE-3Jun 9, 1969 – Aug 14, 1971supplyWas a very memorable time in my life. Something I think every young man or woman should experience
Deering, RichSSGJun 9, 1969 – Aug 14, 1970AvionicsGreat time with great people.
Denino, ThomasCOPORALJul 15, 1969 – Dec 15, 19693rd Bn. 2nd Marines.
Morgan, Daniel (Hillbilly)E4Aug 1969 – Dec 1971Engineering
Bertone, JohnBM3Sep 1969 – May 19732ndIt was a great ride and great time. I cant say I remember it all, but what I do remember will be with me forever.By the way, is anyone missing a baseball glove?
Koenig, Rick profile iconFTG3Sep 1969 – Jan 1973FoxGreat ship. Fine crew for the time I spent aboard. Memories of Carib, Med, and North Atlantic cruises. My best to all I served with in Fox Division.
Sloman, WilliamBM2Sep 1969 – Jan 19722 nd divisionJohn bertone
Scantlin, CharlesYN3Sep 30, 1969 – Nov 1971Engineering Log RoomI worked for Lt. J. M Hollit a great guy. I was in charge of boiler room records and reports. The guadalcanal was a great ship. Enjoyed San Juan, St. Thomas and even Guatanamo Bay, for shake down cruises.
Kapszukiewicz, Joseph, KappyQM3Oct 6, 1969 – Mar 23, 1970QM
Fahey, Tim (Boot)E-1, E-2, E-3, ABH-3Dec 1969 – Sep 1971flight deckwent to flight deck immediately, worked there as a blue shirt, then yellow shirt or LSC. Called me 'Boot' because I was the lowest man in the 6th fleet when I arrived on board. had ceremony w/ Adr. Elmo Zumwalt, top man.

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