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USS McCloy (FF 1038) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS McCloy (FF 1038). 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 224 crew members registered for the USS McCloy (FF 1038).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1976 | 1977 – 1980 | 1981 – 1985 | 1986 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Facendo, Philip FaceE1 Boatswain Mate1981 – 19831st division
Bouch, DonaldOS1Jan 12, 1981 – Oct 25, 1985OPSUSS McCloy "Were the screws never stop and the shaft never ends. What's a Norfolk?" I think we spent 4 years in YEMPA.
Plankey, PaulRM3Feb 3, 1981 – Sep 25, 1982Ops-Comm
Maio, BrunoHT2Feb 5, 1981 – Jan 2, 1985RBest tour in the Navy, now retired, I still work for the Navy as a OSH Specialist in Gulfport, Ms.
Nemc Jr, Alfred Jbt3Mar 1981 – Nov 1983boiler techGreat crew ,great times.During my 2 plus years onboard we spent more time at sea than i n port.BEest time 2 med deployments and our trip to England,then we lost are mast on the way back home.
Richman, Joseph, (Rich) profile iconMM2Apr 13, 1981 – May 25, 1982MBest Ship assigned to for rocking and rolling. Yea, never forget those trips to the north atlantic chasing subs.. Met some great friends in eng. dept. Had some good liberty also in the med. before leaving for shore duty.
Carr, BobbyEMMay 1981 – Jul 1984
Terrano, SteveE3Sep 1981 – 1983ENGINEERINGThis was a nice time with alot of good guys, The USS McCloy was my first ship right out of bootcamp. Then it was off to Japan and the USS Reeves
Davis, William (Bill) profile iconE-21982 – 1984BMI loved working with the array on board.. Remember the sub we caught.. Some of you will remember..
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Schroeder, Jake The Snakeht2Mar 1, 1982 – Oct 20, 1985repair
Viggers, JimEW2Apr 30, 1982 – Apr 25, 1985Some of the best times of my life were spent on this ship. Of course some of the worst times were also.
Hubbs, KellyOTASNMay 1982 – Jun 1984TASS
Viggers, JimEW2May 1982 – Apr 1985Ops
Cintron, JcE3Jun 12, 1982 – Jun 12, 1986Boatsman
Cintron, Julioe3Jun 25, 1982 – Aug 20, 1986boatsJulio cintron boats.ITS work n no play dame the AH RAY. 45 days no land no Tan.Broke the dame mast,Repaired in Bermuda but no liberty for We had a need to go back to Sea.
Ciolek, JamesOTMCS(SW)Nov 1982 – Nov 1984TASS
Baker, RobertBM21983 – 1986
Dulaney, StevenMM3May 1983 – May 1986Bthe McCloy was a good ship to get your sea legs on. All of the crew were well liked. Sailors like MM2 Pendergrass, BT2 Wells, BT2 Lingle, MM2 Markham, BTFN Boonmast and all of the other crew members in engineering.
Safransky, MarkRM3Jul 1983 – Oct 1987OPS/COMMOnly ship I rode and was the majority of my naval career. Now working for DOD as a civilian.
Saladine, MichaelSTG1Oct 1983 – May 1988ASI see a lot of names on here that I didn't see on the USS McCloy FB page. Go check it out, lots of good pics and old memories.
Springer, JeffFW2Oct 1, 1983 – May 15, 1987WeaponsGreat times - Lousy weather - a lot of Russion Sub Chasing. Remember Halifax, Carribean and Norway? A hello To Jake the Snake, Andy Shaw, Mike Thompson, Kevin McClanahan, Our Senior Chief, Lt Gilbert and a great crew.
Nicholas, ChristopherLTJGNov 3, 1983 – Jan 29, 1986FoxI'll always remember my shupmates through both the good an tough times.
Dale, ReaserMM3(SW)Dec 1, 1983 – Apr 1, 1987a-gang/
Fox, RicSTG2/11984 – 1987WpsThe Caribbean was fun but keeping this ship working was a real challenge otherwise. Made some friends and wonder how you're all doing.
Heckman, DavidOS31984 – 1987OperationsA lot of great memories
Rumley, AnthonyMM2Jan 1, 1984 – Apr 15, 1987Main Engineering, A-Gang, Ship's Self Defense ForceSeems like another lifetime ago now. What an experience for an 18 year old to be part of tracking Soviet submarine activity in the Atlantic then drug runners in the Caribbean. It is where my love of photography started which is now my job.
Jandreau, Anthony (Tony)BT2Jan 3, 1984 – Sep 1, 1986BOil unreps were hell, but for some reson I miss them now that I'm older. Hi to LT. Bressler,MM2 Pendergrass,and BT3 Mclaughlin.
Irwin, CraigSH3Feb 1984 – May 1987Supply
Morin, ChristopherMM2Mar 28, 1984 – Mar 27, 1988Engine Room
Hamaker, George ( Hambone )BT3Apr 1984 – Jul 1987B-DivisionWill always remember the Mighty MAC. I will never forget her, or those BT's I served with: Mclaughlin, Bouchereau, Valentine, Vannall, Law, Lengle, Smitty, Wells, Pendergrass, Jandreau Look me up: usnavybt@yahoo.com
Dimmer, JjOS1 (SW)Apr 1984 – Oct 1988OIGREAT WAY TO END 22+ IN THE NAV
Potts, Robert "Bob" profile iconYN1 - YNCApr 23, 1984 – Jul 15, 1986X-1Was the Executive Dept LCPO and Command Career Counselor. Selected Sailor of the Year my first year onboard. Consider McCloy one of the best commands I served with. Would enjoy hearing from any of the crew. E-Mail: YNCSUSN@AOL.COM
Way, Bobms3May 1, 1984 – Sep 1986deck/supplyReptd aboard @ Portsmouth shipyd, deptd Bayonne shipyd. I fondly recall carousing through the Caribbean with Kevin McClanahan,Arden Major,BM1 Davis,MS1 Al,MS2 Rob Roina, Smurf,BM2 Baker, Gooch, Dave Pahel, etc...
Langeberg, Kurt (Smurf)OS3May 19, 1984 – Sep 16, 1986OIThe Mighty Mac, I'll be goddamn. Sooo many years since I've even heard that name. A lot of good times there. I remember me and Cottrel drinking rum in Belize on top of a Myan sacrifice stone. How *ucking cool is that!
Scott, MatthewOS2May 20, 1984 – Jan 20, 1996Operations
Witham, Dane (Boogie Man)QM3Jun 1984 – Dec 1987NavigationI had alot of good times on this ship. Sometimes too much fun, but I'll not go there. The ship hit many good ports during the period served on her. We spent much time in the Caribean, "drug busters". I met some good friends on her and miss
Tedder, MichaelMM2Dec 1984 – Oct 1986EngineeringMost of the time was really ejoyable. Met a lot of great people onboard. Miss those days but don't want to repeat them.
Swigart, DavidMM11985 – Dec 14, 1990ENGINEERING
Parry, JdE-3Feb 1985 – Dec 1985Deck
Copeland, JeffE4Apr 1, 1985 – Sep 11, 1988Deck & SonarJust like hookin' up with a fat chick. I hate to admit it, but it was a fun ride.
Kuykendall, MelvinEW CSep 1985 – Sep 1987OPERATIONS
Weed, RaymondE4Nov 1985 – Mar 1987engineneering
Burgdorf, TomFC2(SW)Dec 1985 – May 1987Earned MY ESWS on Her.
Kline, LewisPN2Dec 29, 1985 – May 15, 1989AdminReported to the ship while she was in the Hoboken Ship Yard. All you could see was the stub mast sticking up from the drydock. Good ship to earn your sea legs on, since she was always "rocking and rolling".
Moren, ChrisYN2(SW)Dec 30, 1985 – Mar 30, 1989ExecutiveGreat ship - great experience. See Lew Kline's comments about your "sealegs" - you certainly needed them - even pierside!
Moren, ChrisYN2 (SW)Dec 31, 1985 – Mar 1, 1989ExecutiveIt was an awesome tour, and unfortunately my only sea tour, as I got out of the Navy in 1991. I had the opportunity to work with some really amazing folks. She was a rough rider though! Hurricane out of Miami - WOW! USS Bonefish rescue.

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