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USS Dixie (AD 14) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Dixie (AD 14). 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 445 crew members registered for the USS Dixie (AD 14).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1950 | 1951 – 1960 | 1961 – 1965 | 1966 – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1980 | 1981 – now

Dawson, JimHT1(DV)1966 – 1969R-1 Sheetmail Shop Shop / Diving LockerE-4 to E-6, Diving School, the enjoyable years in the Diving Locker. 3 WESTPAC's What more can I say!
Linden, Lt DarrylOS PN1966 – 1969OPERATION AND ADMINMy Dad, Donald P. Linden served on DIXIE from 66-69 as an PN if I am correct. He also played All-Navy Basketball. We lived in Munda Rd. Housing and by the time the tour was there were 3 of us young boys.Don is 79 in TX
Houchin, Henry HouchIC1Feb 1966 – 1967E DivisionCame from IC"B" school, an MK19 Gyro schools... was an IC2, and made IC1..Picked it up in Subic Bay...
Jones, RussSFP3Apr 10, 1966 – Aug 7, 1969R-1I spent my entire tour in the pipe shop. My brother Robert "Buck" Jones spent four years in the carpenter shop.
Mulso, JimDT3May 15, 1966 – Aug 7, 1969Dental
Sleipnes, GuyHM2Jun 14, 1966 – Aug 6, 1968MedicalI was on 1967 West Pac Cruise on Dixie. Medical Records tech and Pharmacy Tech.
McCarthy, Daniel P.HM3Jul 1966 – Apr 1967HReturned from platoon corpsman dutites n Vietnam (WIA) along wioth a dozen other "docs"....stayed aboard for almost a year then to Camp Pendleton and the Marines again.
Tilly, MikeMR3Sep 12, 1966 – Mar 6, 1970R2It was great to be aboard the Dixie, lots of great guys too. Three West Pac cruises were fun too. Good memories. I live in Calif. and am a sales engineer for a mfg. co. Single three daughters and five grandkids.
Cassidy, RikSNNov 10, 1966 – Jun 23, 1967Looking for Mel Humphreys,or Ron Hardesty. Dixie was best ship I served on
Thornburg, ThomasSNDec 14, 1966 – Aug 21, 19701stloved going to westpac.,run the capt's gig when in port.
Hatty, JoeLISNDec 16, 1966 – Oct 10, 1968COMCRUDESPACTwo of the best years of my life! I complained all the time I was in and cried when I left. I met a lot of great people, and learned a lot of great life lessons. I served on five differernt ships in less than two years with COMCRUDESPAC
Lubahn, ThomasDM31967 – 1969R2I enjoyed my time on board the USS Dixie working in the Repair Office. LCDR Staats was a very good officer to work for.
Taylor, Markfn31967 –m division
Lane, JimmieE-5 BTR1967 – 1969BOILER REPAIRMANEnjoyed my time on the DIXIE
Dougherty, MarkSNJan 1967 – 19701STI spent time in both 1st Div and S2 (cook).
Coates, JoeJan 2, 1967 – Feb 17, 1970R-5Great ship,great crew,many good memories.
Jensen, AndrewBM 3Feb 1967 – Aug 1967COMCRUDESFLOT THREE
Martin, JohnMR2/E5Mar 1967 – Dec 1970U S Navy
Ciocian, GeorgeSN Mar 4, 1967 –First DivisionWhat a great time I had serving on the USS DICIE loved the West PAC cruises
Martin, JohnE5Mar 27, 1967 – Dec 17, 1970R2Retired Manufacturing Electronics Manager. Married with two sons and 5 grandchildren.
Gregory, BrianHM3Apr 1967 – Jan 1968HI was on the Dixie for one WestPac cruise. It was good times! I was the preventive medicine Petty Officer. I tried to keep the roach population down and the mess decks sanitary.
Reynolds, Stanley (Red)HT 2Apr 25, 1967 – Feb 11, 1972R-1I miss the cruises the most. We had a lot of good times in the PI.
Shaffer, PrestonIC2Jul 1967 – Jul 1970EngineeringTimes, people, and places to remember, others to be forgotten.
Rex, GaryIM 2Aug 15, 1967 – Jul 18, 1970R 5Still remember Dixie burgers...unbelievable after all these years. Regards to all my shipmates.
Talkington, TomMM2Sep 5, 1967 – Dec 23, 1969Mach Repair
Noonan, RauSK2Sep 15, 1967 – Jun 15, 1970S1Two cruises to West Pac with some of the best men I have ever had the privilege to know. Happy Veterans Day!
Smith, RichardPO2//DCSep 15, 1967 – 1968RI
Reynolds, Stanley (Red)HT-2Oct 1967 – May 1970R-1I sure enjoyed my years on the old girl and the West Pac cruises. I would die for an ice cold San Miguel from Rosanna's
Hortoh, WillieE-3 FIRECONTROL STRIKEROct 31, 1967 – Dec 23, 1968R5I did most of my palling around with ftg-3 Blankenship in subic bay in 1968.
Henry, MichaelOM3Nov 1967 – Nov 1970R-5I really like the times we spent at sea traveling between San Diego, Pearl Harbor, Subic bay, Yakuska, Japan, with a great week of R&R in Hong Kong. Also remember watching movies under the stars. But we worked hard in the Optical shop.
Miller, JonIM2Dec 1967 – Feb 27, 1970R-5Lots of good memories once we got out of the yards in Long Beach. Enjoyed the west pac cruises. I used to work in the MIRCS Lab on the 0-3 level.
Brown, Rexford QM2Jan 3, 1968 – Jan 3, 1971OperationsI had a great time on the Dixie. Being a jock was fun in the navy. Playing penuckle with the lead Radar, Radio, and Signalmen was fun. The Dixie did a lot of good work during the Vietnam War.
Schroeder, JimETN3Feb 1968 – Jun 1969OEGreat WestPac cruise to Subic and Hong Kong. Transferred to the USS Trucrun, DLGN-35 in June'69.
Buchholz, Ken "buck"GMMSNMar 1968 – Jan 1969Ordance repairWorked with Huey Hood and Steve Stoker, Dale Lantrip, John Jernegan
Blankenship, BobFTG3Mar 1968 – Dec 23, 1968R-5Worked with a lot of good people and experienced things that only navy life could provide. Subic Bay ........., enough said. Doesn't seem possible that 40 years has passed since I was on the Dixie.
Muniak, LeonardPM2Apr 1, 1968 – Mar 1, 1971ENGINEERINGHad a great time in the Pattern shop and made a lot of friends. Loved the west pack cruises especially PI.
David, KellyMM2May 8, 1968 – Aug 5, 1972MGreat time in my life. Ologapo City RPI. Made 3 WestPacs. Worked down in the forward hole (#1 Engine Room).
McAndrew, PatrickFTM-3Jun 1968 – Jan 1969R-5Odd group of rates in R-5 (FT, ST, GM, IM, OM) did I forget anybody? We all worked well together, as there were never enough of one rate to do all required. OM, FT, IM, GM, ST's pulling gun barrels from a 5", in Subic.
Curwick, MikeE-3Jun 15, 1968 – 1972E divisionInterior communications electrician . I worked in repair Div. under Chief Miller, the I.C. shop was adjacent to the divers shop. Friends were Randy Newman, Craig Engweiler, Michael Cain, Rodney Dubbert, Steve Miharah.
Allsebrook, GaryIC2Sep 1968 – Dec 1970E Division Section IIHad a great time, especially the '69-'70 Westpac. Wild times in Subic , Hong Kong, etc. IC was the best rate on board. Dixieburgers, Charlie, main electrical switchboard watches in port and gyrocompass watches at sea.
Groathouse, JohnE-2 to EM2Sep 1968 – Oct 1, 1971E DivisionI will never forget the night I reported aboard. Walked the pier between the Dixie and the S. Gompers. . Made 3 West Pac cruises and for the most part had a great time and great shipmates.
Slabaugh, DarrylIM2Dec 23, 1968 – Oct 6, 1972R5Many fond memories of WestPac cruises; the Typewriter Repair Shop; MIRCS Lab; The Watch Shop; The Optical Shop.
Kyle, JerryE5Dec 30, 1968 – Dec 6, 1971Interior Communications Looking for old buddies

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