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USS Energy (MSO 436) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Energy (MSO 436). 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 35 crew members registered for the USS Energy (MSO 436).

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Jones, Luther (Luke)THIRD CLASS PETTY OFFICER1954 – 1956EnginemenI watched her being built in Tacoma. I am a plank owner. She was a fine ship with great men. I ended up being fuel,oil,and water king. We joked if the mines didn't get you the splinters would. She creaked like a sailing ship,in ice or warm she'
Flavell, William (Bill)ENG 3RD CLASS PETTY OFFICERMar 15, 1954 – Dec 20, 1955ENGINEERING DEPTI WAS SENT TO TACOMA WASH IN FEB OF 54 FOR PRECOMMISIONING SCHOOL IAM A PLANK OWNER ALONG WITH LUKE JONES WE WERE GREAT SHIP MATES . LTC SONNTAG WAS THE SKIPPER WE HAD A GOOD FIRST CREW
Davison, PeteENCNov 1955 – Aug 1960EngineeringI made the ranks of second class and first class while on board. Was transferred to Mine Ron 1.
Evans, JimRADIOMAN1958 – 1958I'm submitting this for my father who passed away in 1998. He retired from the Navy as an E-7 Radioman. He loved the small boats best. Hopefully you can see the photo I uploaded. Jim is on the left. The other two sailors are unknown to me.
Lowen, KenEM31958 – 1959E DivisionWhat ever became of Bill Newton, and the BT1 from Brooklyn NY
Wright, JohnEND 3Nov 1958 – Sep 1959engineeringJoined crew in Sasebo after the Quemoy exercise. 30 day trip back to Long Beach. Anyone rember this trip and towing a sister ship from Midway to hawaii? God Bless the WOODEN SHIPS AND IRON MEN and all who served
Beckwith, Phil {becky}MN2Mar 1960 – Jun 1960GunneryMN2 from MINPAC aboard at various times for mine sweeping operations and structure testing during local operations between Calif. coast and Catalina.
Hyatt, DaveEN/FNMar 1, 1960 – Oct 5, 1963EngineringA fine ship and the best of crew. Great friends and good times.
Williams, Merle (Willie)ENCSApr 1960 – Apr 1962Engineering I made EN1 on board and was transfered to COMPHIBPAC Flag Allowance. Knew EN1 Davison,.FN Hyatt, EN3 Thompson,EN2 ChaCha Hoffman,a great cook CSSN Covington,and EM1 Hagenson, who was on USS Pueblo. (He died 1988)
Sinker, FredericLTJG1961 – 1963
Holste, DavidICFN1961 – 1963EngineeringI want to get in touch with Dave Hyatt
Lesher, JackRD2Mar 21, 1961 – Feb 20, 1966OI
Love, LloydRD3Jul 1961 – Aug 1963OIMy first ship. Went up West Coast to Seattle World's Fair. Made one WesPac cruise.
Giard, RonRD31963 – 1967RDI am writing on behalf of my father, Ron who spent most of his entire enlistment aboard the Energy. He fondly recalls the port visits (particularly to Australia). Please contact me if you remember him! Thank you!
Grater, LelandEN/3Feb 10, 1963 – Nov 14, 1965EngineeringHad more fun than was allowed and paid for it :)
Taylor, RobertEM 3Jan 4, 1964 – Oct 1, 1966ElectricianHi to all. Have met with Mike Sieve, Ron Dano, Lee Grater, Jim Tyson and Don Caffro's wife. Would like to hear from anyone aboard from 1964 to 1966.
Munger, Bruce (Aka Gunner)GMG3Aug 7, 1964 – Oct 25, 1965DeckWhat a West Pac cruise, high seas and then Yankee station with EOD on board.
Lear, James (Jim)ET3Sep 1, 1964 – Jan 10, 1967I was actually aboard ship for 2 westpac cruises. Driscol ET2 was my boss/partner during the first cruise. We got to go to Austrialia on that cruise. Our rudder hit a log and we had to have it repaired in New Castle. Some great times.
White, SamLTJGOct 1, 1964 – Mar 1, 1966OpsLong Westpac deployment - 10 months - Australia Coral Sea Festival -
Lytle, Mikesn1965 – 1968rdretired
Hibler, Rossens/ltjgJan 1965 – 1967deck/supplyfinished career on DE/FF, DLG/DDG, CGN. MSO time was great for learning and the deployments were terribly long.
Faley, JoeCs3Oct 1, 1965 – Jul 1969Supply
Benninghoven, BenRM21966 – 1967OCJoined ship in Subic and left after arrival in Long Beach.Made RM1 on cruise. All RM's were green and I slept in radio most of the cruise. Was afraid to leave. Hot, no water, and a typhoonto ride out. Good memories now, not fun then.
Richards, RobertSN/YN3Mar 4, 1966 – 1967Deck Force/Ship's OfficeI worked for YN2 Bowers who already posted a number of names that were on that WestPac Deployment of 67. We have some high times in the PI and Hong Kong. Long hot days on Yankee Stations boarding Vietnamese vessels and doing SAR's.
Bowers, RodneyMar 10, 1966 – Apr 23, 1967SHIP'S OFFICEmADE 66-67 CRUISE ON MARKET TIME OPS. XO WAS LT SCHMIDT, CO WAS LCDR BICKMORE, LEFT MAY 66 FOR WESTPAC AND RETURNED APR 67. ANYBODY EVER HEAR FROM EM1 SCHNEDLER, DT1 BRATCHER, HM2 LONGO. FOR INFO CS1 GENDRON DIED 2002 FROM ALZHEIMERS.
Hill, JohnMar 10, 1966 – Apr 23, 1967mso436am trying to provide the veterans dept.proof that our ship was in three vietnamese ports that were at river discharges.Vung tau/Nah Trang/Cam Rahn,and also that we took liberty in these ports,in country.relates to Agent Orange exposure. C
Depriest, Dan profile iconRD3Nov 11, 1966 – Sep 19, 1970RADARMAN
Van Allen, William (Dirk)CDR1967 – 1969CO
Kluttz, RichardRM31967 – 1970OperationsNo better ship on the sea than the USS Energy !! Small enough that we all knew one another. Seriously a crew of great men!
Grant, CarySK1Jan 15, 1968 – Jul 1972SupplyGreatest 4 years of my 26 on active duty. Made two westpac cruises and had the honor of being last American sailor to stand watch/depart her quarterdeck upon decommissioning in July 1972.
Meyer, RobertETN31969 – 1972Took west pac cruise to Viet-nam,,served under Capt. Scott.Medic on board was "doc" ashmore. Served till it was decomissioned.
Moore, CraigHT3Nov 1969 – Jun 1972Engineering One great crew and many wonderful days. I was on her for 1 westpac and with her crew until 14 days before she was decommissioned. There is a reunion for her and the crew from 1969 to 1972 on Oct. 2,3 and fourth in K.C<
Hawes, CliffordEN 2Dec 1969 – Sep 1970
Miller, Wm. TedETR31971 – 1972Electronics RadarSpent most of time in radio room and Helmsman in and out of port into Long Beech and Frisco Bay. Was on board till decomissioned
Adamski, TomSM2Feb 1, 1972 – Jul 1972CommunicationsI was an SMSA fresh out of A school. One night I was alone on the Signal Bridge on the mid watch. Started getting a flashing light msg. I froze, behind me someone gave me instructions, it was CO SCOTT. HE WAS MUSTANG SM.

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