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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

Cramer, Dale "Willie"FTG31974 – 19762ndGreat first command. Made a lot of friends and good memories. Up periscope Manny!!
Noble, JohnE31974 – 1977Eng.Looking for any old shipmates that were in Philly Shipyard with me 76-77
Cooper, Gary / CoopOS31974 – 1977OperationsServed with a great bunch of guys.
Privitera, Kim (Pervert)TM2Apr 1974 – Jul 1976W-2One of the best tours I had in my 22 years of service. But the way we were going, I always thought we were homeported in Ft Lauderdale. Complete service as TMCS (SW/SS).
Engle, Bobbm3Apr 1974 – Sep 19781st div
Irving, Wilbur 'boogie'RMSNJun 30, 1974 – Jan 1, 1976
Morgan, DonnySH3Oct 1, 1974 – Mar 15, 1977SupplyThe best time in my life-met some of the best guys in the world. I even learned to cut hair-ha,ha
Morris, Chris "Mo"STGSN1975 – 1976SonarIt's been thirty years but I'll never forget my time on the Glover. Sunsets off Andros island and a bunch of the guys jammin' on the fantail after hours. Wish I could go back and do it over again - only better!
Mielke, WayneEM21975 – Oct 28, 1980ElectricalMemorable moments include bi-centennial trip to Marblehead, MA, and time spent in Italy.
Jurczyk, Sargesn1975 – 19751stmeet some good people and some crazy ones i was picked up in p.r. just after the ward room painting bad timeing
Eaglin, PeterPC3Jan 5, 1975 – Jan 8, 1978Supply
Park, Jeong-il "Chunking"SNMar 1975 – Oct 28, 19761st Div.Great experience and unforgettable memories of the first tour to Bermuda, old buddies on deck, Manny Vital,late Jimmy Vital,Carl Bell,Engle, Hansen,Comstock, Morris(STGSN)...It's been 35 yr I guess we're all getting old!
Carregal, JaySM 2Apr 1975 – Nov 1978Ops
Wille, RoybtJun 10, 1975 – Feb 10, 1978engineeringhaze grey and underway
Smitty, Uncle SmittyRMSNSep 1, 1975 – Jul 1, 1978LET ME MEAR FROM YOU GUYS !!!
Faires, JimmyTMSNSep 15, 1975 – Sep 15, 1978weaponsLeft Glover when they departed on the first mideast cruise. Went to Desron 10 then to LY Spear(subtender) and then USS Briscoe DD977
Bilotta, FrankQM2Nov 1, 1975 – Jun 1979Ops
Bilotta, FrankQM2Dec 1975 – Jun 1979Ops
Benton, Stevebt3Dec 4, 1975 – Sep 15, 1979engineeringGreat guy's on that can (james rogers, jeff weber , ht1cook who we lost while deployed, and of course, the late Jimmy Vital. Never forgot u stan, or all the runs north with frank Bilotta. God bless you all.
Bilotta, FrankQM2Dec 15, 1975 – Jun 15, 1979
Mohn, Red MonYN31976 – 19791st and later Adminnickname was "Red Mon"
Mohn, Terry profile iconYN3Jan 1, 1976 – Mar 10, 1979AdminGood times on USS Glover. Also was on the 1978 Med/Mid East tour. Looking to connect with any shipmates out there.
Sweeney, Glenn (Swine)SN/SMMar 1976 – Nov 1976opsMy first ship was a real hell but when I got to the Glover I fell in love with the Navy. Despite the morale problems, I had no beef with anyone, even Ned. I'll never forget how the wardroom got "redecorated" in San Juan.
Clark, JohnENFNApr 15, 1976 – Apr 15, 1978ENGWorked with the diesel gen and took care of the boats. Had a good time in Phila yards and time at sea. Rock & Roll.
Rivera, LuisFTG-3Jun 16, 1976 – Sep 4, 1979WeaponsOne of life's great experiences. I still keep in touch with Tito Carrasquillo. The MidEast Cruise in 78 left some deep memories. Didn't go on another boat for almost 30 years after I got out. Go NAVY!!!
Smith, Uncle SmittyRMSNSep 1, 1976 – Jul 1, 1978CommunicationsUncle Smitty Lives !! Looking for my chums... Let me hear from you !!!
Smitty, Uncle SmittyRMSNSep 1, 1976 – Jul 1, 1978COMMUncle Smitty Lives !! Looking for my chums... Let me hear from you !!!
Oliver, JamesRM2Sep 21, 1976 – Jan 8, 1979OperationsGreat ship, Great Crew, Sorriest Captain that ever was.
Carlson, WayneSTG3Dec 1976 – May 1980WEPS/AS
Sampson, Sammy L. SampsonAGFF 11977 – 1978RMC left in 1978, had XO go awol, CO relieved in Bahrain, lost anchor chain in Suez, Lost SM2, and HT1 all on same cruise ..Keep in touch with FTG Luhrsen. Just found this site..
Christman, StanleyBT21977 – 1980FireroomLots of fun on liberty. Long, hot, miserable days and nights underway. Remember Bob Mirra, Bill Johnson, Hondo, JC Taylor, Herbie Powell, Junior Johnson, James Rogers, Jeff Weber...
Sampson, Sammy L. SampsonAGFF 11977 –OCRMC 77-79
Bloomquist, JerrySN1977 – 1978Deck,OIArrived to wait for OS A school opening,Nothing but bad memories on this tub from death of Signalman Jimmy falling off truck in Djbouti to CO being relieved of command for punching OPS Officer on Bridge. Was AGFF-1 when I was onboard
Obrien, KevinEM1977 – 1980Engineering2 Middle East deployments was crazy but met some good (and not so good) guys.
Sampson, SammyRMC1977 – 1979OC
Taylor, KennethE21977 –UnknownMy father (Kenneth Taylor) served on USS Glover in 1977 for 4 months and 3 days. Would love to email back and forth those who remember him or have served with him.
Tracey, MikeEW1Jan 1977 – Jul 1981OEI got so drunk in Malaga Spain that the taxi cab driver thought I said Madrid till some crew member corrected him. Still drinking in Cinci. I see Bolo put his name in. Where are the EWs?
Glavocich, Nick GlavocichBM2Jan 1, 1977 – Aug 14, 19821stHad a great time, I sure do miss those guys. They were my family.
Murphy, DocHM2Jan 6, 1977 – Aug 18, 1978MedicalBoarded just before Mideast tour // was a great crew and some fine guys just a few wierd CO's and some long sea times. Looking to Hook up with GMG-1 George. I owe him $50. Heard the ship was scrapped in 90's.
Larson, NeilFTG2Feb 26, 1977 – May 1, 1981GunsShipyard after shipyard after shipyard, Came aboard in Phily and left in Portsmouth
Bolinger, Marc (Bolo)STG1(SW)Mar 21, 1977 – Dec 19, 1981ThirdThe pirate crew, the black sheep of destroyer squadrons 10/2. Some memorable moments, being kicked off the gun-line in Purto Rico, and ask to leave several liberty ports!
Richardson, Prince (Money Man)SNApr 1977 – Apr 1978Weapons
Parsley, Michael WMM 2Apr 1, 1977 – Jun 27, 1980MMade two mid east cruises.
May, ErnestsnApr 9, 1977 – Nov 14, 1978NX
Mangs, David "Mango"GMG-2Aug 1977 – Dec 19802ndReported on board as Glover returned from GITMO; what a crew! The Taz, GMG-1 George; BM-1 Andrews with his 'unusual' tatoos...
Ringer, Alan, AlSK3Sep 2, 1977 – Nov 17, 1979SupplyWhat a crazy time to be 20. A Middle East cruise with Capt. Blye, who was removed after an almost full blown moutany. We lost two great guys on that cruise. Became a man and a Shell Back. Im at

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