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USS Mauna Kea (AE 22) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Mauna Kea (AE 22). 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 605 crew members registered for the USS Mauna Kea (AE 22).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1961 | 1962 – 1966 | 1967 – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1983 | 1984 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 – now

Newman, GlennBTFN1962 – Oct 1964FireroomHave nothing but fond memories of the Mauna Kea, was so sad to find they sank her.
Garcia, JerrySH2 (2ND CLASS PO)Jan 1962 – Feb 1965First and then SupplyThe Mauna Kea was my home for over three years. I made 3 WesPac tours. I was in 1st Division for a year then transferred to Supply. I made 3rd Class in 1964. Like to hear from a guy name Price from Mississippi.
Ackerly, RobertQM3Jan 22, 1962 – Jan 22, 1965CommunicationsHi to all that are left. we had the last of the best time ever, Veterns I salute you
Dewees, RobertEM2Jun 1962 – Feb 1965E
Bishop, ElvinAug 1962 – Feb 17, 1965SupplyLooking for any old shipmates from 1962-1965
Bishop, ElvinE-4 CommissaryAug 1962 – Feb 1965Supply
Johnson, Donald KE3Aug 4, 1962 – Apr 15, 1964deck force than engineeringdose anyone remember Danney Holland frome Carmi Ill
Minthorn, GeorgeSK3Dec 26, 1962 – Oct 1, 1963S1I enjoyed seeing many new places on our Wes-Pac crise
Shanks, BillE-41963 – 1965commissary
Noronha, MichaelEM2Jan 1963 – Jun 1966Engineering
Marsh, RichardIC3Jan 1, 1963 – Jun 10, 1965Engineering
Wilkinson, RolandMAUNA KEAJul 1963 – Jul 1965Machinist Mate E-3I was an E-3 throttleman in the engine room for the 2 years I was aboard. Some of the names I remember are, Burrell Sniderwind Jr., Red Longacre, and the Capt. was C.J. Hooker, and our Exec. was Commander Turpin. We operated in West Pac, Japan, HK.
Fontenot, RichardEM3Dec 5, 1963 – May 7, 1965EngineeringLooking for sailors of this time period for a reunion
Goodrich, William ( Bill)FN1964 – 1965ENGINEERINGlong time no see
Mulkern, MikeBT21964 – 1965B DivisionI was the Oil King and fireroom repair. Great bunch of BT's and MM's. Had a good WESPAC cruise. Transfered to USS Castor AKS 1 in Sasebo. Sailed NMU ammo ships, went USNR, ret as BTC 1-1-96.
Hazlett, RonaldE-31964 – 1966deck forceThe best command I ever served under
Deitz, RandyGMG31965 – 1967GunneryLooking for other shipmates who served on this grand lady. She was a work horse - but the friends made will last me a life time. Served 65-68
Ryon, DougBM1965 – 1966DeckLiving in Rochester, N.Y.
Unrath, WayneSN1965 – 1967deckmauna kea was being reffitted in bremerton,wa. i went to san dieago ,treasure,island, for indoctrination,classes ,then their was the marine barracks, in bremerton,wa,more schools,finally the shake down cruise,spring of 1966 alot of memories,
Kellenberger, Terry (Kraut)RM3Apr 1965 – Aug 1968CommunicationsShe was a wonderful ship, just out of the shipyard with everything new. She took care of me during my sea duty.
Doyle, GuinnFTG2May 1965 – Feb 10, 1968Third DivAlso transferred Mauna Kea while she was in the shipyards in Brementon, Washington. Once we got to southeast asia, it was a hard working ship, 30 days out, 5 days in.
Berry, Ronald H.GMG3Jun 17, 1965 – Jun 22, 1969GunneryHad Alot of fun, miss all the guys
Mansmith, Donald Bud profile iconSM-2Jul 10, 1965 – Oct 18, 1968NavigationI remember fondly serving as shore patrol in Olongapo City....not! Perhaps it was having my leave cut short by the Tet offensive of 1968...or was it the corked bottle that I threw off the signal bridge and never received a reply?
Moss, JimEM3Aug 1965 – Nov 28, 1967Eng.Great times, great personal. I live in Lake Cha.rles,La. would like to here from some of the crew
Foster, BobbyIC2Aug 1, 1965 – Aug 10, 1967
Foss, Lawrence ( Larry )SH-3Sep 1965 – Apr 1969SupplyA very honorable time period in my life. I'm glad I served. Wish you all smooth sailing and hope to see you at some of the reunions in the future.
Cromartie, William (Crow)cyn3Sep 1965 – 1969communicationsone of first in pre-commission detail in SD,Ca. Great time and Westpac cruises.Capt Sells was the tops in my book.Subic Bay was never the same after one of port calls
Foster, BobbyIC2Sep 30, 1965 – Aug 17, 1967E
Donovan, TomSEAMANOct 1965 – Sep 9, 1967Firstthinking of the days she was being re-fitted and we were in San Diego,San Fran and Bremerton. Then her first cruise after re-fitting
Hopfer, DocHM2Oct 1965 – Apr 1967XPart of recom crew.Best times:R&R Hong Kong Worst times Vietnam tours
Nuckols, RaymondQM3Oct 1965 – Jun 1967Opr.
Dunton, JohnE-4/SH3Oct 1965 – Aug 1967Supply -Reported after basic training October 1965 during precom detail (crew in San Diego, Ship in shipyard in Seatle). Remained aboard until the ship departed Yokoska, Japan (Aug. 1967). Transfered to AF 54.
Armstead, Donaldcs3Oct 30, 1965 – Aug 11, 1966s-2
Logan, Leonard Loganmm2Nov 5, 1965 – May 17, 1969a divlooking for anyone during this time frame. does anyone remember pulling into danang for a short time
Langston, RoySH2Nov 14, 1965 – Jan 26, 1969SUPPLYJoined crew in San Diego for training in November, 1965. Transfered us to Bremerton while ship was still in shipyard. Operated ship store/ disbursing duties/laundry.Left ship in Concord, California January, 1969.
Gorski, EdsnNov 15, 1965 – Sep 1967operations
Wynn, RobertMM3Dec 1965 – Nov 1968MBest ammo ship in the navy, check the unrep numbers
Phillips, Verdis (Jimmy)E_3Dec 1965 – Jul 1966Radarman
White, DonSM31966 – 1970Opsfeel sad to hear she's at the bottom of the ocean..she was home for 4 years..but the memories will always be afloat..
Hale, GeraldChief Petty Officer1966 – 1968M Division
Bevers, GaryBT31966 – Apr 9, 1969EngineeringLiving in Woodland, Washington
Wright, DonE31966 – 1968ElectricalPlease contact if anybody recieves disability for service related injury on ae22 for agent orange exposure with symptoms of diabetes. As I have recently been denied, I am in need of help
Reid, CharlesSK 3 Supply1966 – Aug 1968SupplyI was assigned to the ship in Bremerton Wa in early 1966 and served until August 1968 .
Murphy, John LeeETR-2Jan 1966 – May 8, 1968OperationsI made 2 westpacs on the mighty AE-22. Later was aboard as a reservest in 1990s while she was in Vallejo CA.
States, DickCYN3Mar 15, 1966 – Sep 10, 1969Operations Enjoyed three cruises on the Mauna Kea and publishing a newspaper for the crew
States, DickCYN3Mar 15, 1966 – Sep 15, 1969OCHad three cruises and enjoyed publishing a small newspaper while onboard.
Sullivan, John M (Skull)ETN3Mar 17, 1966 – Oct 31, 1967OPERATIONSPicked up ship in Seattle stayed till after 67 cruise. I have many pictures of crew, unreps,ships and ET shop nuttiness. The guy who nicknamed me is on this list. I'd like to hear from him and of course anyone else.
White, DonSM3May 1966 – Jun 1970Ops4 years ...great years, and great shipmates..
Baughman, KenETN2Sep 1966 – Nov 19681st and OperationsFirst station from Boot Camp; started on the Deck and ended in the ET shop. Made two Westpac cruises before tranfer to NSD Bien Thuy, Vietnam. Have lots of memories; sorry to she the old ship mothballed.
Henson, RoyBM1, BMC, CHBOSN, CWO3Sep 1966 – Sep 19711st & 2ndRetired 23 Years, Yes I remember the typhoon was a rugged time for all.
Ray, MichaelRM3Sep 1966 – May 1967Operationswent aboard in Sept '66 in Long Beach,Ca during testing of fast transfer system. The system had been installed at Puget sound yards. I am looking for other Radiomen, special buddy Michael Cook

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