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USS Edson (DD 946) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Edson (DD 946). 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 231 crew members registered for the USS Edson (DD 946).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1965 | 1966 – 1971 | 1972 – 1977 | 1978 – 1982 | 1983 – 1986 | 1987 – now

Micucci, MarkEM31972 – 1973RBuilding a 1/96th scale model and looking for information as she was in 72-73. She was a good tour of duty and a great ship. She is back with the Navy now and hope she avoids the breakers or a sinkex.
Bingham, DaveIC31972 – 1974R
Henry, RobertBT3Jan 1972 – May 1974after fire room
Toth, PaulFTG2Jan 1972 – Jan 1974FGI am reaching out to my shipmates during 1972-1974 who served as a gunners mate or fire control technician
Monk, JeromeYNSN E3Jul 1972 – Oct 1973Admin office / Mess deckI need to verify that I was on board the USS EDSON in 1973 During “Operation End Sweep” off the coast of Vietnam.
Apley, Bradseaman E3Sep 9, 1972 – Dec 11, 1974deckserved for the cruse of 73 then trans to the NEW ORLEANS LPH 11 for brother duty got out of navy July 4 75
Stanford, JamesBT-31973 – 1977Was assigned to the after fireroom... who could forget the fire off Hawaii and the WestPac after repairs. Operations Eagle Pull, Frequent Winds and the Mayaguez rescue.....
Claxton, RandyFTG31973 – 1976FoxWestPac 1975 was the best time I ever had. Here's to my buddies in the Weapons Dept. and the rest of the ship.
Corn, KenBT2Feb 1, 1973 – Mar 19, 1975BWorked in Aft Fire room. I remember all the good times aboard and ashore. I also still remember the fire as if it were yesterday. I made some very good friends on that ship and enjoyed many good times.
Aikens, DavidGMG1Apr 15, 1973 – Sep 20, 1975GM IN 2ND DIV.5"54(GUN MOUNT)
Neal, RonQM2May 1973 – Sep 1974ops
Baxter, JohnPNSNMay 1, 1973 – Jan 30, 1974OPSWas PNSN from May '73 to January '74 when I transferred to OCS to become an Officer. Loved the EastPac cruise and the sailors and officers I got to know during this short period. I remember fondly all the ports of call.
Butler, RichardMR3May 2, 1973 – Jun 7, 1975Edson was a very good ship, kept me very busy. I was the machinist on board the Edson for the cruise of May 1973 to Nov 1973 and the cruise of 5-1974 to 6-1975. I have many fond memories of the Edson; it was a great ship.
McDade, FredFTG3Sep 25, 1973 – Jan 2, 19762Hello mates need you to send me massage Rash got from honkong have not been able to get rid of what bout you this is Mack the only Black FT on board
Perez, JerryRM3Jan 2, 1974 – Jul 23, 1976OC
Supinger, Roberte5Feb 1, 1974 – Dec 14, 1975weaponsserved during evacuation of Saigon Leading gunners mate
Steinkellner, RalphEW3Mar 1974 – Apr 9, 1976OPSI was onboard for the engine room fire it only took about 3 weeks to replace the entire engine room, we were stationed in the Cambodian Gulf for 33 days, escorted the Miaguez to Guam, We had what we called "The Cambodian Jam" for Easter 1975.
Martin, PjBM3Jul 30, 1974 – Jan 26, 1976decki was in after steering my g.q. station getting ready to conduct an a.s.w. exercise when the fire in the after fire room started. i steered the ship via sound power.
Harper, TonySRDec 1, 1974 – Sep 1, 1976BWould like to hear from fellow crew members
Martin, DavidICC1975 – 1980EReported during last WestPac in '75. San Diego, Long Beach, Newport and Boston followed before orders to RTC GLAKES to push "boots" in '80. Now retired living in Henderson, NV. Big Ed was favorite of my 4 ships served.
Borns, John/jack profile iconOSC/OSCS1975 – 1975OI
Czerwinski, Leonard/skimm3Mar 1975 – Aug 1977mwestpac,subic bay,long beach shipyard,panama canal,new port r.i. what a ride! Carl Lobbato where are you?
Ervin, LarryE2Apr 1975 – 1976HullWas in during Operation Eagle Pull and Operation Frequent Wind. Looking for someone that remembers me. Worked in first division.
Hogan, MarkBTFNApr 15, 1975 – Sep 16, 1978B
Fay, DanielMM3Aug 1, 1975 – Dec 23, 1975M DivisionIntermediate duty while waiting for NUC school to class up in Mare Is. Ca.. Worked Aft Enginroom as messanger and Main Control as messanger and throttleman. 1sr time at sea on a Navy ship. Lotsa memories.
Henshaw, CaryFTG 3Aug 15, 1975 – Feb 14, 1977
Braunhold, James A.SANov 1975 – Jun 19791st DivisionProud to have served aboard her. I'm glad that she is still around to tell her history.
Graeter, Leeroy (Ted)HT31976 – 1977
Laurin, TomSTG3Jan 2, 1976 – Jan 31, 1977ASGood training ship; arrived just in time for drydock @ Long Beach Naval Shipyard. Bunked aboard for 3 weeks while they found a barracks. Sandblasting insufferable but we made the most of it. Rotated to 'C' school after a year; wanted to stay lo
Johnson, PaulSRFeb 1976 – Jun 1977FirstCame on board in Long Beach while she was in dry dock. Went to Mazatlan, thru the Panama Canal on to its new home port in New Port R.I.
Mullennix, Galen / MuxSTG3Apr 20, 1976 – Sep 17, 1977A SJoined ship at Long Beach ship yard. Rode ship to New Port R.I. Then returned to SanDiego for C school
Mundy, GreggBT3Sep 1, 1976 – May 1979B DivMy first ship out of boot camp. Met Edson in Long Beach Naval Shipyard (LBNSY) Sept.1,'76. Out of the yards and rode her through the Panama Canal, to Newport, RI. What an exciting trip. Glad to see she found a Great Home
Dennis, Schadler profile iconBM3Dec 1976 – Mar 19781st
Almada, AlvinHM3Dec 15, 1976 – Mar 11, 1977SickbayBy far the most of all boy hood dreams all Ruf-Tra thanks for the memories.....
Heckman, DonETN21977 – 1979OperationsThe only ship I was assigned to in my 6 year hitch in the Navy. Great memories. Captain Steele and Captain McKelvey were great skippers.
Lindsay, ScottMM31977 – 1980aft engin roomjust like some of my outhers buddys I worked in the hole, had some good times down their. Three good buddys from the south,they know who they are!
Dale, Billysn1977 – 1978decksteve holm ? charles connely ? chief van winkle ? mark walsh ? jim southard ? or anyone else still kickin' ? call me @ ( 210 ) 550 - 7386
Porter, DennisEM2Feb 1977 – Jan 1981EEO1
Whitehead, JohnQMSNMay 25, 1977 – Dec 22, 1978OperationsI was on Edson in Newport for two years, I have alot of great memories. Hope all the guys I hung with are doing well.
Smith, MarkSTG2Jun 10, 1977 – Oct 3, 1980weaponsI was a sonar tech. We were a reservist and ocs training ship at the time.
Kirby, Ted/ KurbsterBM3Jul 1977 – Feb 19801STmy first and best command
Norton, ElliotteMM3Jul 7, 1977 – May 1980MIf You know me email me
Norton, NathanMM3Jul 7, 1977 – Feb 21, 1980MHaze Grey and underway, spent my time sweating in the hole, just an old salt looking for freinds.
Borrelli, BryanSADec 1977 – Jul 1978OIMy first command. Was it really that long ago??
Vitullo, TonyPN2Dec 8, 1977 – Sep 5, 1981all over that shipLooking for some shipmates, try stay in touch with

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