The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Galveston (CLG 3). 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 120 crew members registered for the USS Galveston (CLG 3).
|Nordgren, Don||GMG 1||1967 – 1968||Gunners mate 1st class in charge of gun turret #1|
|Middleton, Mike||BT3||1967 – 1969||B Division||I did a mid cruise meet a lot of good friends sadly we never kept in touch I think of them offen stayed aboard until the decommissioning.|
|Giesy, Marlin Kent||MR 3||Jan 1967 – Aug 1967||A Dividion||I have spent time telling my family about the Mediterranean, and so many of the Shipmates, the things we did and places we saw. One of the men I remember the most was F Valencia e-mail email@example.com.|
|Escott, William||RD3||Feb 1967 – Sep 21, 1967||OI||Came aboard with a bunch of tin-can sailors who didn't have enough time to make another WESPAC before discharge. Was on the radio in CIC when the Liberty was attacked and heard the calls for help.|
|Stroll Jr, Charles||RM3||Jun 1967 – Aug 1969||CR Div||USS Galveston was a great ship. Had a great CO and Crew. I Made 2 Cruises on it. One Westpac and one Med Cruise. Had a great time. I saw a lot and felt safe with all the armament on it.|
|Hendrix, Stanley||SN - GM||1968 – 1969||3rd GM||I think I was in the third division, but it's been a long time. I was a gunners mate|
|Hazlitt, Charles (Jim)||E3||Jan 8, 1968 – Oct 24, 1969||WEAPONS|
|Adkins, Curtis Sand ( " Oscar ")||EN3||Feb 10, 1968 – Nov 10, 1969||" A "|
|Moore, Fred||E-3||Mar 1968 – Aug 23, 1968||DECK||Would love to find my bestest buddies on the Galveston, and I can't even remember ones name. He was an Hispanic Guy from Colorado. And Joe Mccarthy(?) from COOS BAY. please E-Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks and looking forwar|
|Moore, Fred||CLG 3||Mar 13, 1968 – Aug 23, 1968||DECK||jUST LIVED WITH THE CARDS DEALT ME.|
|Carl, Keith||e5||Mar 15, 1968 – Apr 15, 1970||X|
|Daderko, Jack||Cpl||May 1968 – Jun 1970||MAR-DET||Was Capt. Pettit's orderly, great duty, great food, great liberty, great crew, great Marine Detachment|
|Mason, James/jim||GMM2||May 1968 – May 1970||Missile||Looking for any FTM's/GMM's on board at this time and anyone who might have contact with GMM3 Sixto Gracia Garcia of Puerto Rico.|
|Huntington, Edward Wallace Huntington||PH2||May 14, 1968 – Feb 19, 1969||X||I was onboard during the wespac cruise of 1968, during this time I went by hello to phu cat Vietnam.I am trying to get proof of this.If anyone could be of help, please e mail me email@example.com Thanking you.Ed|
|Di Frulo, Joseph||CPL||May 29, 1968 – Jun 29, 1970||MAR-DET||THE MOST MEMORABLE TIME OF MY LIFE. SERVED WITH THE BEST OF THE BEST.|
|Fisher, Earl||HM2||Jun 1968 – Jun 1969||medical and marine detachment||Left the Gal in San Diego after returning from Westpac on orders to report to camp pendleton, 5th Marine Div|
|Gallerani, Dante||PFC||Jun 10, 1968 – Oct 5, 1969||Marine Detachment||Great crew Lots of Laughs. Cant remember some of it. HA HA Great liberty.|
|Yancey, Dave||FTM3||Aug 1968 – May 20, 1970||Weapons||worked CIC manning and maintaining Fire Control Gear|
|Denurra Jr., Joseph (Itchy)||FN||Aug 22, 1968 – Feb 10, 1970||A Gang||Did a WESPAC and MED Cruise, also spend a little time in the Gulf of Tonkin. I was involved in the decommissioning of the "GAL". I was very fortunate and blessed to work with a good group of shipmates.|
|Denurra Jr., Joseph||FN||Aug 22, 1968 – Feb 10, 1970||A division||I did a WESPAC and MED CRUISE also did a trip to the Gulf of Tonkin. I was also invovled with the decommissioning of the "Gal". I was very blessed and fortunate to be with a great group of shipmates.|
|Norman, Gary R. /norm||FTG-3||Sep 10, 1968 – Sep 10, 1969||FTG||Great ship!, Great crew. Made the WestPac cruise, 1968-1969|
|Ridgway, Art||RD2||Jan 20, 1969 – May 20, 1970||OI||Swapped from USS Providence (CLG-6) with Doug McNab to Galveston. Transited Panama Canal and did The Med in summer 1969. Was part of the Decommissioning Crew, and early release from Active Duty in May 1970. She was a beautiful Gun Cruiser !|
|Knight, Gary||By e3||Mar 14, 1969 – Feb 10, 1971||Bt||Looking for mike Or mike queen in my division I think he was from west virginia|
|Thomas, Jim||MM3||Apr 1969 – May 1970||FWD FIREROOM generator gang|
|Nolan, Dennis||CTO 3||May 20, 1969 – Sep 18, 1969||FLAG||Was TAD from Sidi Yahia Morocco for 180 days and spent the entire time on a MED cruise.|
|Bates, Russell||SN/FTGSN||Jun 1, 1969 – Jan 20, 1970||control|
There are currently no planned reunions.