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USS Farragut (DDG 37) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Farragut (DDG 37). 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 350 crew members registered for the USS Farragut (DDG 37).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1975 | 1976 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 – 1982 | 1983 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Boles, Robert I. (Bob)YN2Mar 1958 – Jun 1960I would like to contact Joseph Patrick Blanchfield PN3
Loshbaugh, BruceRM2Jul 1958 – Sep 1961OCRemembering having a lot of fun while in pre-com. Quincy Naval shipyard had gone on strike, and we had delayed commissioning the ship by 5 weeks. had a lot of liberty during that period.
Blanchfield, JoePN3Jan 10, 1959 – Aug 15, 1961operationsI would like to contact Bob Boles YN3
Vaughn, Claude (Tip)MM31960 – 1963plank owner 1960 1963 both engine rooms csvaughno@yahoo.com 7707868656
Arnold, Louis1960 – 1961IC/Combat
Schaffer, William (Schaff)DC-3Jan 1960 – 1962RPlankowner, started out in Newport and left ship in Mayport close shipmates were Schurko, Falco, Hay, Soroko, and Kling. Had some really great times.
Fasse, Carl [ted]EN 2Jan 12, 1960 – Aug 16, 1963Rlooking for a shakedown cruise book.
Faulkner, Neil (Sam)ET2Feb 6, 1960 – Aug 29, 1961OEPrecom at Newport, dockside at Bethlehem Ship Yard Quincy Mass and Plank Owner
Falco, Salvatore (Sal)EM3Mar 1960 – Aug 1962RGet in touch with Tom Randall,the association Sec. at tr1957@att.net for info on next reunion.We had great time in Charleston,SC in Oct hoping for more next time
Falco, SalvatoreEM3Mar 1960 – Aug 1962R
Dewey, Joseph (Joe)MMFNMar 5, 1960 – Jun 5, 1962MPlankowner, Started out in Newport and left ship in Mayport, FL. My favorite time was the first cross Atlantic cruise to the North Atlantic. Stockholm, Sweden 6 feet of snow. What a ship, what a time. :-)
Heidt, Francis J. (Frank)IC2May 5, 1960 – Dec 23, 1962EngineeringI was a Plank Owner on the DLG 6
Rodgers, RobertMM2Dec 7, 1960 – Oct 10, 1962eng 2Plank owner of DLG 6
Zampano, JosephBMSNApr 1961 – Aug 19641st
Connell, JamesENS/LTJGJul 1, 1961 – Jun 1, 1963C divisionENS/LTJG during maiden voyage serving as B div then COMM Officer, Retired as CAPT after 30 years. Would love to reminisce. Jim Connell
Anderson, TommySM3Oct 21, 1961 – Oct 2, 1963NavigationCome visit the ussfarragutshipmates and ussfarragutassociation.org and join the group
McCormick, Kenneth (Mac)FTG-3Mar 1963 – Aug 1966Fox DivisionFirst "Job" out of high school...quite a teacher! Wouldn't trade it for anything.
Jennings, Gary (Gene)MM3Dec 18, 1963 – May 16, 1967"M"Dave Paulson MM3,Merle Denny MM3 and myself planned the 1st USS Farragut reunion in Evansville,IN in June of 2001. Looking forword to seeing some of you in Bath ME.
Gruetter, Robert (Bob)RDSNJan 1964 – Dec 1965OI
Hoffman, RandyMM3Feb 1965 – Oct 1967M & BI was an MM working in the after fireroom
Moss, TomTM 3Apr 10, 1965 – Jul 28, 1968Sonar
Gagliano, TonyBT3May 26, 1966 – May 26, 1968Oil King on the USS Farragut
Quinn, Kevin P.FCFNJan 3, 1967 – Apr 30, 19682ndDid the North Atlantic, North & Baltic Seas - seeing the U.K., Norway, Denmark & Finland. Plus the Mediterranean with ports in Naples, Sicily, Spain, Malta. Also the Caribbean - Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Cuba etc.
Moreno, Ralph "Chico"RD3Jul 1968 – Feb 1971Opreations
Yablonicky, AntonIC21969 – 1970E?
Swearingin, Tonymm21969 – 1974M
Mager, MikeRM2May 1969 – Jun 1972OCGood times aboard "Building #6. Great ship & great shipmates
Tronco, Anthony ( Tony )BTFNMay 5, 1969 – Feb 1, 1971Engineering BPlank Owner - Assigned to Aft Fire Room, had some great time.
Levasseur, PaulRD3Jun 1969 – Jul 1972OI
Sample, ClaudeBT-3Jun 15, 1969 – Feb 1, 1971ENGINEERING
O'Connor, Jerry "Jocko"RM2Sep 1969 – Apr 1971OCGreat ship, great shipmates, many fond memories. Would totally enjoy meeting everyone again if its possible
Whalen, BarryMM3Apr 1970 – Jul 1973MCommander Rubeck was right!
Swinhart, StevenQM2May 1, 1970 – May 30, 1972Navigation
Burgess, RonaldJun 3, 1970 – Nov 6, 1971
Colburn, Duane / ChipLTJGJul 4, 1970 – Feb 1972GunneryLooking for LTjg Bill Brooks, the First Lieutenant. Please let me know if you have any contact information for him. I would enjoy hearing from any shipmate.
Swinhart, StevenQM2Sep 1970 – May 1972NavigationOf course, during my stint on the Farragut, we were DLG-6 out of Newport, RI.
Sutton, BillieE4Oct 14, 1970 –BTI got out shortly after the shake down cruise.
White, WalterBT1Oct 16, 1970 –B
McLaughlin, WayneLTJG1971 – 1973SupplyServed as Disbursing and Assistant Supply Officer-USS Farragut (DLG-6). Made two deployments: Med cruise and UNITAS XIII. After release from active duty, served in the Naval Reserve and retired in 1990 with the rank of Commander.
Morgan, LynnBT21971 – 1973( B ) # 1 FIREROOM
Brown, John (Hair Bear)BT-3Feb 1971 – Dec 1973WAS IN FORDARD FIRE ROOM WITH DE CHANT AND SHORTELLE SHURE HAD SOME GOOD TIMES ON TH OLD GIRL REALY LOVED THE MED CRUSES
Ford, AlSEAMAN/GMGFeb 1971 – May 1972SONAR/ASW
Martinaitis, KennyGMM2Apr 20, 1971 – Apr 24, 1975MS
Gibboney, LarryGMM3May 19, 1971 – Oct 23, 1973Terrier Missile CrewServed aboard USS Farragut (DLG-6), rank GMM3.
Seamon, JamesFTM3May 25, 1971 – Sep 25, 1975Fire Control on AN SPG55B Terrier Missle RadarLife changing experieces. Great South America Cruise. I would like all crew members to remember Stephen Moss who died of cancer while serving on board. A special salute to the Radar crew that won two battle E's and the missle gunners mates
Warren, James S.MMCSAug 13, 1971 – Nov 16, 1975M/R A-gang-Reported on board and thought I died and went heaven, she was fully air cond. even in the main eng. spaces. I came for the 692/710 WWII ships. anybody who served on one of those knows what I mean.
Hunter, AlFTG3Sep 29, 1971 – Oct 29, 1973g
Hall, David WayneFiremanDec 9, 1971 – Apr 15, 1974Forward Fire RoomI loved the Carribean and the South American cruises. There were a lot of good times there.

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