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USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16). 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 537 crew members registered for the USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS 16).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1954 | 1955 – 1960 | 1961 – 1965 | 1966 – 1967 | 1968 – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – now

Hunt, NormanYeoman Third Class1955 – Dec 1957Repair Office
Zornow, Charles (Butch)dont know1955 – Aug 1957dont knowMy Uncle - "Butch" Zornow was attached to USS HW Gilmore at the time he was killed in Aug 1957. does anyone remember him? Would like if possible
George Thomas Diehl, Tom DiehlLieutenant (dentist)1955 – 1957Medical/DentistI was one of three dentist who had the honor of serving on this ship. Please feel free to reach out to me, I will pull your tooth out :)
Connolly, ArthurIC 21955 – Jun 23, 1959R4Spent most of my time in Key West. Went to yards in Hoboken. 2shakedowns to Gitmo. Discharged in Norfolk after ship left yards for shakedown.
Herman, LowellPN3Jan 1955 – Jun 1956Personel OfficeI was happy to be one of the pitchers for the ships Baseball Team.
Armbrust, JimFA-IC3Jan 3, 1955 – May 16, 1956E
Madsn, RobertEM2Jun 1955 – Jun 6, 1957E Division
Rawson, Arthur (Art)Petty Officer/SFM2Aug 10, 1955 – Apr 2, 1962Sheetmetal Shop 17 & SubRon4 Hobby ShopAfter Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, IL was assigned to Howard W. Gilmore in Key West, FL. Also served on Gilmore in Charleston, SC. Worked with sheetmetal fabrication and was Petty Officer in charge of SubRon4 Hobby Shop.
Overton, WallyFT21956 – 1958Gunnery
Del Favero, BillYN3Feb 1956 – Feb 1957ADMIN
Marotta, SalPn3Feb 1956 – Aug 1957Subron4
Wiemerslage, Glen (Wiemer)FT2Aug 1956 – Oct 1959FoxI remember:Overhaul at Bethlehem Steel Yards in Hoboken, NJ. Guantanimo Bay Shakedown 1957, Operation Springboard twice, relieveng USS Orion in Norfolk, VA, Overhaul at Portsmouth, 2nd shakedown at Guantanimo Move to Charleston Aug of 195:
Romanchuk, SteveMN 3Sep 10, 1956 – Apr 10, 1957Ord
Brunner, WaldoRMSNOct 1956 – Mar 1957CommunicationsWas assigned to SubRon 4
Jordan, RobertFP 3/c1957 – 1958Pipefitter
Schell, MelvinET2Mar 1, 1957 – Feb 2, 1959R-4Would like to email anyone who served aboard the Gilmore at this time or slighly before. I am especially interested in anyone who remembers the DE that was also stationed in Key West at this time
O'connell, HughSNMar 30, 1957 – Mar 30, 1959xxo's yeoman happy howard
Fanelli, DonaldMN3Apr 1, 1957 – Dec 17, 1958SR ASW shop
Emery, Raymond ( Ray )EMFNApr 8, 1957 – Dec 20, 1960EHad a grate time and met a lot of good friends. Went to 2nd class diver school when we moved to Norfork, Va. As for now I am the President of the Memorial Association. Hope to see everyone at this years reunion for 2009.
De La Garza, DelRM11958 – 1961CommunicationsRMs: Ewing, Obrien, Brenning, Perry,Lemle, Olson, McNally, Waldron, Soriano, Kelley,Harshbarger,Pryor, Mays, Infamous John A. Walker, later convicted of selling secrets to USSR. Capt. R.W. Alexander, LTJG Jesse T. Graham (a mustang RM).
Morris, Lino (Gluchowsky)1958 – Aug 1960ElectronicsJoined the Navy at 17 and posted to SubRon 4 and the electronics team on the Gilmore - some great friends and experiences - would love to hear from about some of the crew, Jack Jay Arries, Dick Hewitt, Mike Shaw, etc.
Ferrall, ChuckEMC1958 – 1960E Division Chief
Perry, RoyE3Mar 1958 – 19621958
Perry, RoySHJul 1958 – Jul 1962S3
Kiehne, Eric (Slim)MR2Sep 1958 – May 1962EngineeringWent right from boot camp to Key West. Started in DC then went to machine shop. We were the best. Would love to hear from anyone who remembers me.
Curtis, FredEM2 (E5)Sep 10, 1958 – May 25, 1962ECame aboard from boot camp at Key West. Was really happy to move to Charleston, So Carolina.Spent my time in the power shop and main engineering spaces.
Curtis, FredEM2 (E5)Sep 15, 1958 – May 25, 1962Ewent aboard in Key West,FL and was assigned to the power shop.
Hollinger, BobDAMAGE CONTROLMAN1959 – 1962Shipfitters shopI served on the Gilmore as shown except for a stint on the Proteus over in Scotland. Willie Pless, Bill Sutphin, Winston Trainum and a bunch of others were there at that time. It was a great time with alot of fun memories.
Conroy, JoeOpticalman1959 – 1962R-2
Stanton, Robert BCS3Jan 13, 1959 – Jun 1962S2I worked in the Anntenna shop for a while then became a cook. I remember Dave Garner, John Roberts, Bill Scully from the gally.
Pitts, James(Jim)DK3Feb 28, 1959 – Feb 27, 1963Supply(Disbursing Office-Travel section)Basic training & Disbersing-Cl A school in San Diego-2/28/59 to 8/59-1 yr special shore duty @ Cinclanfleet Hdqtrs Norfolk Va-Last two & a half yrs on board (AS16) Lt Gartrell,Lt Flood,R.Rzepkowski,Tom McBeth &Ron Thompson Disbursing Off.
McLain, Gerald KiethIM2Sep 1959 – Jan 1962Imstrumentman
Anthony, James K Greeksfp31960 – 1965dc
Slingo, Robert (Bob)EM21960 – Jan 17, 1963Power ShopWould be interested in contacting shipmates Frank Moran, Doug Faconi, Tinsley, Ken Hinkle, Pete Leary, Ramos and others to re-live some of the good old days!
Bransky, Robert J SkiE 3Jan 6, 1960 – Mar 9, 1962Machine RepairmanHi, I was on the Gillmore for a short time but had a great time. I hope some one out there remembers me.
Eaton, JohnE7Apr 1960 – Oct 1961Supply
Drumheller, EdwardApr 1, 1960 – Aug 1, 1961
Judy, Francis (Frank)EN-2May 20, 1960 – Apr 19, 1964M & AI enjoyed my time in the Navy. Am interested in contacting anyone who remembers me from the Gilmore when she was docked in Charleston, SC.
Thomas, DanielPNCSAug 16, 1960 – Aug 17, 1963AdminLived in North Chgarleston, SC on Rio Street. Ireally enjoyed my tour and regret only that I did not take a cruise on one of the submarines. I wouold have liked a ride on a Necular Powered boatAny one can contact me at
Daniels, John (Jack)EM3RD CLASSSep 1, 1960 – Oct 25, 1963Went to gimo.
Judy, FrankEN-2Oct 1960 – Apr 1964M&AI am interested if anyone remembers me . We were called by our last name and mine is Judy. I took much abuse about that for 4 years. I am currently sec/treas. of the USS Howard W Gilmore Memorial Assoc. reunion every 2 y
Pitts, BobbyEM2Nov 14, 1960 – 1964ELeft the Gilmore and went on shore duty for the remainder of duty. After my discharge,I went back home in Laurel Miss. I went to work en the electrial field. I would to hear from any of my shipmateson the gilmore.
Hill, JohnMRFNDec 15, 1960 – Jul 31, 1964R-2Very sorry to see her go. A lot of great memories.

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