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USS Hassayampa (AO 145) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hassayampa (AO 145). 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 98 crew members registered for the USS Hassayampa (AO 145).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1979 | 1980 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Gavaghan, Harry/boe3Feb 7, 1969 – Apr 7, 1970bmhello ship mates. i loved the hass.. and also olongapo,lol. would love to hear from phil newcome and robert evans or anyone else that might remember me.
Collins, DewayneSM2Jun 19, 1969 – Mar 25, 1975USS HassayampaLooking for shipmate aboard the USS Hassayampa who served in Vietnam and docked at night in Da Nang.
Guarin, Williame3 seamanFeb 19, 1970 – Dec 9, 1971bm
Bowles, GaryRM2Mar 1970 – Apr 1973OperationsLife altering experience. Forever indebted to the Hass
Slocum, CurtisFTG SEAMAN1971 – 1972fox
Tobin, JimRd31971 – 1972OpsAnyone out there Dying from agent orange
Likins, BradGMG-2Feb 1971 – Oct 1972FOXI RETIRED IN 1996 AS AN E-8
Kruszewski, Richard, Nickname SkiBt3Sep 1971 – Sep 1973Engineering
Whitmore, VictorE-3Nov 10, 1971 – Feb 14, 1973MMA fine ship that made her mark on history and in the hearts of the men and women who board her.
Beadle, DougBM31972 – 1973RadarBeen a long time. I trust every is well. I am married with 4 children (set of twins) Presently live in North Carolina. Address: 33671 Mann Rd., Albemarle, NC 28001 Would be great if we could get together soon. I'll watch for next reunion.
Monaldi, FrankSNJan 2, 1972 – Jul 15, 19731stContact me if you served on board between 1972-1973/
Herron, Bob (Okie)seamanJan 7, 1972 – Apr 1973foxhass was a steady boat with some great shipmates
Skinner, GeorgeFIREMAN E-3Feb 10, 1972 – Jul 19, 1973boilertechsI REALLY MISS THOSE NIGHTS IN SUBIC BAY.AND ALL THE FUN AND RUFF TIMES WE ALL SHARED A GREAT SHIP! AND A BUNCH OF GREAT GUY!
Werner, VirgilSNApr 1972 – Mar 19742nd and SupplyBest part of my Navy hitch!
Goolsby, Floyd DavidEN 2Apr 1972 – Jan 1974AStill in coantact with some shipmates
Wilkins, LarryE3Sep 1972 – Aug 9, 1975I'm proud to have been part of the Hass's history. It was a great experience. I served with a great crew! Where does the time go?
Coyle, DennisSM3Nov 1, 1972 – Sep 15, 1975OPSThe Hass was my favorite ship in my Naval career. I finally retired as as The Command Master Chief, from NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. My fondest memories and the greatest crew I ever served with was onboard the Hassayampa!! Hi Doug Keaton!!
Wangler, Patrick H. WanglerRM3Nov 29, 1972 – May 10, 1974CommunicationsThis radio operator did some "line sweeps" and entered the "free-mail-zone" with some of you as members of the "Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club"...! Miss the old floating "gas station" and the friends. Any "Shellbacks&q
Hansen, DarwinBMSN1973 – 1975DeckLoved my time aboard. Am retired now enjoying life. Looking for John Pillow
McClung, Michael / MikeSeaman Boat MateJan 1, 1973 – Jan 1, 19757th FleetStill need to be by the water. I live near the Ocean.
Butterworth, HowardMRFN/MR3Feb 1973 – May 1974 A I had a great time on the Hass, especially the long wes-pac.Still in touch with some crew members.
Hiestand, SteveE 3Mar 15, 1973 – Jul 15, 1975FoxI loved every place I traveled on the Hass
Holmes, PatrickHT 3Jun 1973 – May 1975RepairThis was truely good duty.
West, DonaldYN2Dec 1973 – Dec 1975XWorked in the Ship's Office with Gore, Small, Pinada and Karp. Lot of great memories!
Williams, John WillyE4 Boiler technicianMar 1, 1974 – 1977BEnjoyed my time aboard ship.Miss drinking buddy Mike Pepping
Greenhouse, DavidQMApr 1975 – 1976NAV
Sieler, LarryYN1Jul 7, 1975 – Jul 2, 1977X- DIVISION ADMINCAME ABOARD IN PORTLAND DURING DRYDOCK FRESH OUT YN A SCHOOL. I WAS VERY UNSURE OF THIS SITUATION, BUT MADE THE BEST OF IT. GREAT SHIP AFTER WE FINALLY GOT UNDERWAY. ENJOYED THE WESTPAC 76 AND ALL THE OTHER PORTS
Venzon, FernandoNov 1975 – Jul 1978Electrical
Pepping, Mike (Pep)E-4Jan 1976 – Dec 1977B-She was a great ship, with a great crew. B-Division was the best.
Patton, WesleyE1-E4/ FR - EM3Aug 1976 – Sep 1978engineeringGreat WESTPAC. became shellback there too!!
Heiney, Randall(Randy)E3Sep 1976 – May 1978Deck division/Operations DivisionStarted out in deck division seaman(E3) then ETNSN
King III, QuincyBT31977 – 1979BOne of the best times in my life, going aboard the Hassayampa! Eighteen months of thrills, chills, disappointment, accomplishments, fulfillment, but most of all...growth. I feel like I'd seen it all because of the Hassl
Penczek, PaulCWO-21977 – 19791st & 2nd
Toledo, JoseE-1Mar 15, 1977 – Oct 18, 1978A. BOATWAIN MATERIGHT AFTER BOOT CAMP AT GREAT LAKES, I RECEIVED MY ORDER FOR THE HASS. WHICH AT THAT TIME WAS MOORED RIGTH NEXT TO THE USS ARIZONA. IBECAME A SHELLBACK DURING A WESTPAC TOUR TO THE P.I. I HAVE GREAT MEMORIES OF THAT FINE SHIP,
Vandegrift, JohnnyE-1Oct 17, 1977 – 19782ndEmail. Johnvandegra@aol.com
Vanslager, MartinsnNov 1977 – 19792nd
Ragan, Michaele3Nov 11, 1977 – Nov 18, 1978deckhad a great west pack ,what a time.
Ottinger, Lindy (Sonny)BMSA E2Jun 1978 – Nov 1978MASTER OF ARMSAFTER BOOT CAMP WAS ASSINED TO AOI45 BUT SHE WAS ON WESTPAC SO I HAD TO WATE FOR HER IN PERL COAM ON BOARD THE DAY SHE CAME BACK . I BECAME A SHELLBACK WHEN WE WENT SOUTH TO SHOOT OFF AMMO ON THE LAST RUN BEFOR DCING HER IN NOV.
Schoonmaker, MichaelossrSep 11, 1978 – Nov 7, 1978oiwow about the only thing I remember is crossing the line with about 20 other guys and got my butt wore out. LOL
Baker, DonRM2Feb 1979 – Jan 1982MILDET
Moore, TracyRM1Mar 1979 – Sep 1980Came aboard as RM2 during the big change from USS to USNS. Lots of great guys on that first Mildept. Mucho seatime. I recall around 110 days continuous steaming during Iranian hostage episode. Also lots of good libs (P.I.) Yeah!!

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