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USS Glover (FF 1098) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Glover (FF 1098). 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 259 crew members registered for the USS Glover (FF 1098).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – now

Schaffer, William (Schaff)EM21965 – 1967ECame back in in 1965 came to ship after EMA school learned a lot on this ship and after making EM2 went EMB school.
Cram, DustinBT Master Chief1965 – 1968B divLeft Glover in 68 for Recruiting duty in Waterville Maine, then in 71 Talbot DEG 4, then mobile training team Norfolk Va, ret Aug 1980
Meabon, Eugene (Gene)SNJun 1965 – Jan 10, 1968Ships serviceSecond assignment in Navy, Discharged at Newport RI. Many fond memories. Friends include but not limited to; Rousseau, Sullivan, Mirarcki, Lipp, Jacobi and many more. Like to hear from ship mates. Can find via facebook.
Garza, PerfectoE-3Aug 17, 1965 – Aug 17, 1967Boatmate
Osburn, Richard "ozzie"BT-1Apr 1966 – Oct 1966Eng. BOnboard for six months TAD. Learned how to fire pressured fired boilers there. Spent a lot of time running through test ranges down in the Caribbean Sea.
Humphrey, Chester (Chet)E-4/ SHL3Jun 28, 1966 – Jun 19, 1968Ships Service
Whalen, MartyCS3Jul 1966 – May 1968Deck, Ships Service Life onboard the Glover was a lot better once I became a cook. Being on the deck force was not one of my fond memories of the Navy. I was just up in Boston on a cruise ship this last Oct. we were docked rigth next to the large drydock #3.
McCormack, MikeFTG-2Sep 1966 – Mar 1970
Leaman, DavidQM3Nov 1966 –Ops
Preusker, MichaelSTG2Nov 1, 1966 – Oct 15, 1969ASWI reported aboard in Charlestown Shipyard in 1966. Glover was only 1yr old.We went into drydock in southie in Jan 67 for sonar installations.It turned out to be 18 months before we hit the water for a shake down cruise out of Boston.
Elliott, SteveSM3May 1967 – Oct 1971OCServed with Nemers, Lovejoy, Bauerline, Grinnan, Chemelewski, Sena,Ragel,Locker, Garza And a lot of other great guys. Trips to Rosy Roads, San Juan, Marblehead, GITMO, Med Cruise. Just lots of great memories.
Debres, James/jimSTG 3Oct 1, 1967 – Oct 16, 1968SonarIn 1967, the Glover was designated AGDE 1. She was in the Boston Naval Shipyard and later moved to Charleston. That winter we took her out for a trial run in the north atlantic. I have some photos of the ship in the storm we ran into.
Stanton, Sam (Squeeky)MM31968 – 1971M
Vilandry, ChrisPO3Jan 3, 1968 – Oct 17, 1969supplyI ran the ships store and barber shop.Like they say you remember the good times and forget the bad,like Gitmo.But I will forever remember Rosy roads,San Juan, endless great parties on those weekend passes and sunsets WOW
Savage, JimRM 2Apr 10, 1968 – Feb 15, 1971OperationsServered on the Glover when she was designated as AGDE 1. On Board Glover for her first Atlantic Crossing and Med Cruise. At that time the Russians were so interested in the VDS that a Russian cruiser bumped the stern of the Glover trying to see it.
Locker, EdIC3Jul 5, 1968 – Jul 1, 1971RShe was still the AGDE-1 when I served aboard.
Cosenza, JohnGMG2Jan 10, 1969 – Nov 27, 1971ASMartire, Sully, Anderson, Johnson....what a crew! We all had a good time.
Overbey, Arthur L. (Doc)HM-1Apr 28, 1969 – Mar 8, 1972OperationsIn the three years that I was aboard, we spent all three winters in the shipyards, in Charlestown,Mass. My three years abourd were great and I miss all of the men that I served with.
Geller, KarlRD2Jun 1969 – Oct 1971OperationsRemembering F Dinova, M Garcia, L Denny, W Allen, S Poole , S Poole, L DeHaness(sp), Chief Galuski, M Scher, M Garza, D Phinney, et al. It was a plesure to serve with you all.
Padilla, James "Ralph"FTG2Nov 1969 – Jun 11, 19742nd Division (Weapons)Some of the best times of my life....Many great, and not so great, times. But all great memories.
Scott, LacyCS31970 – 1971
Haynes, BillPN21970 – 1972Ship's OfficeI was a PN2 working in the ship's office between 1970-72. We were in the yards in Charlestown and went on a GITMO cruise. Lots of great memories.
Maher, BruceBM2Jan 1970 – Nov 1973FIRSTGREAT TIMES ON BOARD WITH CHUBBUCK, ULMER, KRIDER, VITALE, GILLMAN., chief taylor, ensign dees, lieutenant uhlman and the co pizinger
Fuller, RickRM2May 1970 – Apr 1972
Fuller, RickRM2May 1970 – Apr 1972OCWas long ago but from what I remember, a great crew and maybe the best radio shack guys ever assembled on a DE. Chief Beck, Rosenfeld, Scherer, Moore, Farrow, Sortino just to name a few. Great people.
Silvano, BobRM2Jun 1970 – Dec 1973OperationsDidn't realize what a great time I had aboard until many years later. Lots of hard work, but also lots of good memories.
Farrow, CharlieRM2Sep 9, 1970 – Apr 5, 1972RM
Paakki, MarkMM3Oct 1, 1970 – Jul 15, 1972ENGINEERING (PROPULSION)Was aboard the Glover for exercises, Florida Coast, the Caribbean and the 1971 Med Cruise. Got to see Rome for $30!! Dry-dock in Boston for my last year, while overhauling the parts system Boston Shipyard. Best of times
Darmody, DonSNNov 16, 1970 – Jun 15, 1974First and OI DivisionsThe Glover during my 4 years could only best be described as the 'Whackiest Ship in the Navy!' We spent a lot of our time longing for 'civilian-hood', and the years since relating stories about our great experiences!
Anderson, JeanOMBUDSWOMAN1971 – 1975Trying to contact anyone who might remember me. I am HTC HC Anderson's x-wife, ship's ombudswoman, 1970-1975. HTC Anderson died 2 years ago in an accident. He had served 21 years,USN, is buried in NH vets.cemetary, Tilton,NH
Unhjem, Mark profile iconLTOct 1971 – Dec 1973Weapons DepartmentA great ship with a great crew - a treasured experience
Wood, Gerald (Woody)OS11972 – 1973OI
Bottger, CharlesMM11972 – 1973MWas on the Glover for one year only while in New Port RI Departed the US Navy from this ship. Don't remember much about her except the big white golf ball and the guys in Trench coats that came aboard when we went to sea
Cyr, Lynden (Al)Mar 1972 – Jul 1973ET1
Johnson, WilliamSN3Mar 1972 – Nov 27, 1974SEAMANAFRICAN AMERICAN, service during the vietman era on the Uss Glover, came while it was dry docked Spring field,Mass; home ported out of Newport Rhode Island, and then Norflork, Va
Messier, Chris-----STG2May 1, 1972 – May 27, 1976WeaponsWent on board in dry dock ,Charleston Navy Yard(AGDE-1) then. Chief Redd, W.O Kimball. Bruce Lewia, Ken Knolles, Kevin Walsh, Bill Hanson to name a few! Great times as i look back on them !
Mountain, BrianBM3Jul 18, 1972 – Jul 18, 19751stjust looking
Schafer, William (Bill)BT2Dec 1972 – Jul 1976ENGThere was a guy in the Boiler room named Huffy. Boy was he ever Ugly! Gave me nightmares.
Baker, Philip profile iconMM21973 – 1975EngineeringWorked in the engine room, had a MM chief named Charlie Pryor and another named Manny Gutierez "my" first class was Terry Sigl. Always wondered what became of them. We spent quite a bit of time in Guantanamo.
Bell, CarlSEAMANJan 1973 – Sep 5, 1975FirstIt was the best of times and it was the worst of times. I discovered courage that will sustain me for the rest of my life. I think of the people and experiences there almost every day. God bless them all.
Mountain, BrianBM3Jan 3, 1973 – Jul 18, 19751stsee me on facebook
Vital, MannyBMSN, BM3, BM2, BM1Jan 15, 1973 – Nov 27, 19761stServed for 27 years in 9 different ships. Glover was the best. Great shipmates-thanx for the memories...except when my boys painted the wardroom at 3 AM in Rosy Roads, PR. CU at reunion in 2011
Knolles, Ken (Turkey)ST3May 1973 – Sep 1976Sonar/3rdcame on board in Newport RI just before the Med cruise of 73. Worked with Chief Red and ST1 Lewia. left ship at Phili dry dock in Sept of 76. Saw alot of wonderous places that I'll never visit again.
Mawyer, Davidstg3May 10, 1973 – Jan 14, 1975sonarLooking for sonar techs on the USS Glover from 1973 to 1975 Remember Gary Fox and friend from Nebraska and Mike Skillman from VA.
Adamkiewicz, Charles. (Pollock)QM 3Oct 8, 1973 – Jun 7, 19751st div, can think of the other one
Hoffman, Robert (Huffy)BT 2Nov 1973 – Jun 1977Good times and bad times. Great working for MC Zuck! Any one remember when during war games and a sub shot a torpedo into us!
Lawlor, RonaldYN3Nov 1973 – Aug 1976Ships Office
Kopp, StevenSTG3 to STG1Nov 5, 1973 – Sep 10, 1978SonarBoarded the Glover in the Med. At this time she had a Top Secret golf ball (radar) on her as well as three sonars - bow, towed array and a submarine sonar midships. Left her just before she went back to the Med in 1978

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