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USS Proteus (AS 19) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Proteus (AS 19). 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 1302 crew members registered for the USS Proteus (AS 19).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1945 | 1946 – 1960 | 1961 – 1962 | 1963 – 1964 | 1965 – 1966 | 1967 | 1968 – 1968 | 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Bernardini, ThomasEM31968 – 1970Electrical
Sauer, Lynn / The Walking Rag BagMM31968 – 1969RGreat guys to work with; M. Motiak, W. Larson, Nash, and Cole etc. Great 1st liberty in Taiwan. The 12 hour days 7 days a week sucked but the shop parties were great.
Andrews, Kenneth (Andy)BM31968 – 1969FirstI can be found on Facebook: Kenneth L Andrews Sr Or E-Mail rivbug11@yahoo.com
Pullen, Thomas profile iconMM31968 – 1970R38Enjoyed time on Guam. Would like to contact others from the Shop
Jenne, MarvinSFP2Jan 1968 – 1970RepairI was barely 18 yrs old when I boarded the ship after Shipfitter School in San Diego. My first time away from home. I went home on leave in June 1968 and my wife soon followed. She was a bookkeeper at Jones & Gurerro
Harney, DennisEn3Jan 1, 1968 – Oct 1, 1969MI made the trip to Taiwan, I remember the typhoons. I had a few beers at Andy's Hut & Monica's bar (the snipe's bar). I left her as water king. I still discuss my sea stories at American Legion Post #306 - Paxton MA.
Delmatto, NickSFM3Jan 10, 1968 – Dec 1, 1968Pipe shop -repairChief Ford was my boss, a good fair man. I remember faces but only a few names - Fred Tardif, John Barker. A lot of good dudes. Shake down cruise to Taiwan - that was a blast!
Haberman, DonSK3Jan 28, 1968 – Jul 27, 1969S-1PLAYED FOOTBALL ON THE BAD TEAM
Fuller, JimETN2Feb 1968 – Dec 1968OPSCrypto Repair Facility, ET Shop, Radio
Smith, FredPM 2nd ClassFeb 1, 1968 – Mar 1, 1970RepairI ran the Yacht Club Next to Andy's Hut, Did work on the ship in the Wood Shop when needed. Had a Great Time While living in Guam.
Webster, LynnE3Mar 1, 1968 – Apr 1, 1968USMC DetachmentWondering if any one I used to hang out with is registered Names, Tom Collins,Jerry Champaign,Craig Bonser.Steve Wolff And then there was a guy I lifted weights with from the Chicago area his name Reggie.Also FSBlair
Smith, James / SmittySASK--SK3Mar 13, 1968 – Sep 5, 1969S-1Hung out in my storeroom and with my pal Ricky Allen CS3 helping him cook mid-rats
Natiello, JohnE-3Mar 15, 1968 – Feb 12, 1970EngineroomHad a great time on Guam
Beernink, Thomas / Beer NutsEN3Apr 1968 – Nov 1970MI worked in the "fireroom" after a couple months of mess duty. Earned 3rd class Engineman and shortly later Transferred to SanDiego. Did a lot of diving on the reef and was known to tip a few beers at Andy's Hut.
Goetz, Peter (Pete)TM2Apr 1968 – Mar 1969W-1moved a lot of birds
Norwood, ShermanE-3Apr 1968 – Nov 1969W&RI worked at Andy Hut and played defense back on the 1969 undefeated football team.
Varady, JoeJOSNApr 1, 1968 – Jul 1, 1969AdminProteus Star editor
Gardner, PaulE4Apr 15, 1968 – Oct 15, 1970COMMISARYIt was in overhaul when I arrived. Had great time during shakedown cruise to Taiwan. Was on board total of 2 1/2 years.
Calohan, JohnCSSAMay 1, 1968 – Oct 1, 1969S1 and S3Love it when we went to Tiawan and when we went out for a Typhoon.
Gschwend, DavidCWO2May 5, 1968 – Jun 1970Executive DivisionPROTEUS to BUPERS, then to CANOPUS, then COMSUBRON 14, back to COMSUBRON 15 onbd PROTEUS, then COMNAVMAR, then PSA Guam, then PSA Memphis, and finally CNTECHTRA, Millington. Retired CDR with 34 yrs, 11 mths, 29 days
Toney, CharlesCS/2May 26, 1968 – Feb 15, 1971s-2I was a cook on the ship. I was there for 3 years.and met alot of great GUYS.
Webb, MikeBT 1Jun 1968 – Aug 1969R-5
Pidge, GeorgeSFM2(DV)Jun 1968 – Nov 19692 - LockerDiver shipmates: Plooster, Benedetti, Johnson, "Head", Brewer, Erickson. Memories: Salvaging a crashed B-52, coffee cups runs under the subs, Boonie - the feral dog at Andy's Hut, diving in fresh water caves, cruising in a beat up VW.
Jacaruso, Joe "Jac"DC3Jun 1968 – Feb 1970Rec, lived on the barge/Captain's driverI played on a good football team that didn't have a good record and played on the great football team with the undefeated record. We had a great run.
Forman, SteveCYN3Jun 1, 1968 – Dec 7, 1969RADIO ROOM
Inzano, FrankFiremanJun 1, 1968 – Dec 9, 1969SecondLoved the torpedo retriever and the "Guam Bomb" and all my italian friends- John Natiello, Frank Skalo, Tom Conners, Little Ray and my soul buddy, George Swindell...and many more!
Forstner, Ronald "93"TM2Jul 1968 – Jul 1970Weapons DivisionI will always remember my shipmates in the torpedo gang and those misslemen, who started a band "Uncle Eagle's Skyfarm". Hi Bart, Trip, Malicki, Chief Andrus, Cooper and all the others i worked with.
Cairns, JoeYeoman 3rd classJul 1968 – Apr 1970Communications
Bedford, MikeE-3 - DATA PROCESSINGJul 1, 1968 – Dec 19, 1970Data ProcessingPlayed golf on the Proteus golf team and the Capitain let me off during work outs to practice. Went to Hawaii and Bagio City, Philipenes to play in golf tournaments. Lived off base with my wife.
Dunn, GaryFN. M.M. E3Jul 1, 1968 – Nov 15, 1969W. R. DIVISION I WAS IN W.AND R. DIV. 1968 TO 1969 MY NAME IS GARY DUNN. TRYING TO GET IN TOUCH WITH ANY OF MY SHIPMATES IN MY DIV.AND ANY ONE WHO SERVED ON PROTEUS. WAYNE EDWORDS, LUMPY, YORK, DICK BENGERT. TRAPNELL, THANKS
Underwood, JeffIM 2ND CLASSSep 1968 – May 1971Mechanical calibration lab
Erickson, Chuck profile iconSA-BM3(DV)Sep 1968 – May 28, 1970Second DivisionCame aboard as a SA, chipped paint and ran the LCM and other small boats. Went through dive school on the Proteus. Finished my time as a Diver. Chris Brewer where the heck are you? And "Smokey" Seals?
Pollack, Eddieetn3Sep 1968 – Sep 1969R-4 calabrition labraining when I got to guam, and raining when I left a year later. looking for Lou Barber
Nieto, Ignacio (Mexican)EM 3Oct 1968 – Jul 4, 1970E- DIVISION
Kent, RodETCOct 6, 1968 – Nov 1, 1970Nav ETMet many former Holland shipmates during this tour on the Old Pro. A great ship and crew. Guam was a delight during the late 60's before tourist development started. Much boonie stomping and snorkeling.
Pallas, TedE3Oct 10, 1968 – Jun 14, 1970W and R DivisionCaptain's Division! Great group of guys and we had a lot of fun. Football manager of a great team. Manager of the Basketball team, not so great.
Zawoyski, StanFNNov 19, 1968 – May 17, 1970R-2 Shop 38AWorked as the ships engraver for a time. Worked at the Tapa Room (bowling Alley bar) and the Sleepy Lagoon as a bartender almost every night after working on the ship. Came back to Guam after the navy to live.
Trampel, Joe { Jose}MMNov 30, 1968 – Jun 15, 1970R2I raced motorcycles on Gaum , on Nimitz hill 69-70
Godwin, BobYN2Dec 8, 1968 – Jun 21, 1971X
Godwin, Robert (Bob)YN2Dec 8, 1968 – Aug 21, 1971X
Butts, LeroyET1Dec 16, 1968 – Jul 22, 1969Navigation Dept/ Weapons-Repair
Carpenter, GregorySFFNDec 28, 1968 – Jan 20, 1969R-1

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