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USS Oklahoma City (CLG 5) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Oklahoma City (CLG 5). 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 239 crew members registered for the USS Oklahoma City (CLG 5).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1977 | 1978 – now

MacLane, ChrisL/Cpl.Jan 1965 – Jan 1967Marine DetachmentSome of the best time of my life. Served on Comm 7th Flag Staff. Manned 5" mount.
Kwiatkowski, DickRM3Feb 20, 1965 – Jan 25, 1967C&R radio shack & commcenterFirst class ship & crew.... very professional....
Guthrie, Edboiler man 3rd classJun 1965 – Sep 1968boilermani felt bad that the okcity was used for target practice as she was agreat duty station during my tour in vietnam. thanks for all the great years that the ok city served our country in war and in peace
Debord, JohnQM2Jul 1965 – May 1, 1970NGreat ship and shipmates, many good times very few poor times. Whatever happened to LCDR Jim Wright a loyal Razorback and Phil Sevores QMCM a great teacher in the art of navigation?
Hayes, Jim HayesFTG3Jul 15, 1965 – Dec 15, 1966FGFG division worked in Plot 5&6, operated & maintained Mk25 radar on Dir51
Haltom, JohnADJ-3Nov 1965 – Jun 1967UH2A/B Helo CrewHad some great times and made s0me great friends. Was fun being one of few airdales aboard
MacBride, John (Mac)lithographer 2nd classDec 1965 – Dec 1967flag div, x div
Terlaje, RichardCS 21966 – 1967
Berg, HeinzFTM11966 – 1969Forward TALOS
Tracy, AlcplJun 1966 – Jun 1968mardetserverd on the OKIE 66 to 68 great duty,fond memories
Ayala, RichardYN2Aug 1966 – Dec 1968XServed in the Ship’s Office under Captain David H. Bagley and Warrant Officer Cathey.
Hodge, Richard "Boats"BM-2Aug 1, 1966 – Oct 1, 1968First
Newberry, WayneETCSep 10, 1966 – Sep 7, 1967OI DivisionLooking for any of the ET Gang.
Mathis, Mikerd31967 – 1971OIOkie Boat years have great space in my mind. The people Top Notch
Lite, BobFTG3Jan 1, 1967 – May 11, 1970FGMy work station was mostly on the MK 25 MOD 3 radar
Ryel, GlenSK3Mar 1967 – Apr 1968S-1Dad SHCS Ryel S-3) SH1 BARNES
Harding, KenBM3Apr 16, 1967 – Nov 8, 1968FirstRetired Body Shop Mgr
Garrecht, JohnsnSep 3, 1967 – Nov 3, 19682nd divAfter working in the mess deck , was sent to 2nd div\deck crew. Worked in the O2,port side gear locker. It was the div office.Tiny ,little place. The top p o was B M ,1st class Roy,and our chief was ,Chief Bartee.
Devries, CharlieEN 31968 – 1971A Division
Gorbell, FredET1Jan 1968 – Oct 1972OE
Humston, BobRM1Feb 15, 1968 – Dec 5, 1970StaffTeletype shop
Jury, LenHM2Jun 1968 – Aug 20, 1970Medical and Dental DepartmentRiding on a Flag ship, I enjoyed the many Ports that we visited, also being "Doc" was a privilege to be of service to my fellow shipmates and the Marines who had my six.
Berlinski, Lawrence "Ski"RM2Aug 1968 – Jul 1970CR (Com7thFleet)Worked in the radio shack on the 02 level.
Smith, Lowell profile iconfnAug 1968 – Nov 1970mworked in aft. eng. room then aft. gen flat then transfered to supply
Hardwick, Michael R.DS2Aug 14, 1968 – Dec 26, 1969CRWorked on MPDS system in Main Com. CLG5 home ported to Yokosuka, Japan, Nov. 1968. Wife was in Japan and my son was born Mar. 1969, Naval Hospital, Yokosuka. CLG5 was 7th Fleet flagship under VADM Bringle
Byrom, AlbertEM3Aug 20, 1968 – Aug 20, 1970E-DivisionI served on the OK City for my 2 years of active duty in the Navy Reserves. It was a great experience. I was blessed to have my Brother (James W. Byrom BM2) serve with me. I am now a Baptist Pastor in San Antonio Texas.
Patterson, William (Bill)Engiineman 3rd classSep 1968 – 1971Engineering, Auxiliary Division (A- Gang)I was assigned to the Refer Gang and had a Machinist Mate 2nd inspire me to learn the trade, I was able to grow with experience in his trade over the years. It has benefited me profoundly, all the way to retirement.
Quinn, GregorysnSep 12, 1968 – Jun 19, 1969deck forcelooking for joe wrona joe callahan or any body else that remembers me thank you
Jackson, JamesSeaman E3Oct 6, 1968 – Jun 19722nd
Loach, AlexANOct 29, 1968 – Dec 1969XOLibrarian, Captain's Phone Talker for GQ and shore bombardment, Chaplain's assistant.
Cammack, BobbyE-4Nov 1968 – May 1969USMC E-4 / COM 7th FLT
Holden, MikeMUCSNov 1968 – Jun 1971Com 7tj Flt BandThe Flagship sailed the world at sea, The Sailor shipped to sea the world. Old Salts they became, a tourist he was not, Sailors drink beer and chase women bebore the sun gets hot. Too much liberity -- not enough money
Bryant, HarryRD2Nov 11, 1968 – Aug 1, 1972OI
Iluminado Pacheco, Jinkye-3Nov 20, 1968 – Dec 1970flag allowancelooking for tn inocensio, we both stop over in vietnam and his name is on ok city deck log, mine was missing. log is dated 16 june 1970. departed by helo with also a passenger named chaplain uss josephus daniel. need bud
Green, DarrellThird Class Petty OfficerNov 27, 1968 – Sep 28, 1970After Generators
Lamson, T.c. (Tom)RM3Dec 1968 – Mar 1970CRWorked in Main Comm Facilities Control (radio-1) as a tech. controller. Currently, historian for the USS Oklahoma City Assn. & interested in hearing from any former shipmates.
Squires, WrRD3Dec 18, 1968 – Oct 25, 1971OIWould like to hear from crew members. I had a great time and made alot of good friends.
Glugla, RalphCN31969 – Jun 5, 19701rst1rst division,proud of it
Bowman, RobertQM31969 – 1970COM7THFLT Flag AllowanceI am looking for an official roster of the members of Flag Allowance for 1969 - 1970
Centner, MichaelBm31969 – 19732ND Div. Served with brother aboard Bill (Joe Cool) 1968-1972 BM1 1Div . Great time, great ship mates, wouldn't change anything
Stuhler, Edem21969 – 1976eI spent 20 years in the navy, and the seven years I served onboard the okie boat were the best. I made some life long friends. Still in contact with some. I stood watches in forward fire room with the bt's and mm's
Hagmann, NeilCYN3Jan 1969 – Jan 1970CommunicationsI was with Com7thFleet and served as a CRT operator in communications.
Pace, Alan profile iconCYN3Jan 1, 1969 – Sep 15, 1970CR DivWould love to hear from those in CR Div. 1969-1970
Villoni, DonETN3Apr 1969 – Apr 1971OEHad a great division. Sharp techs.
Allen, VirgilGMGSNMay 1969 – Mar 1971It was the biggest turning points of my life. A farm boy from Western Oregon who had never been out of the state was now with 1100 people from different states and countries. It was the best of times and the worst of times.
Harrison, RossE-2Aug 1969 – Jun 1970Look Out
Roark, AllenRM2Aug 1969 – Aug 1971CR Division, Staff, Commander 7th Fleet
Stephenson, RogerRM2Aug 15, 1969 – Sep 4, 1970Communication, Radio (CR)
Dix, Wesley "Dixie"RMSNAug 28, 1969 – Jun 1, 1971communicationsworked in facilities control section of main comm....
Stoll, BobE-2Sep 11, 1969 – Apr 10, 19702ndThe paint locker, Moose and Cherry, Captains Mast twice, working the O3 level, starboard life watch, all the great guys. How many 6in casings to paint the hull in Hong Kong? Loved the cleaners delivery.
Lewis III, Don (Jolly)RM3Sep 29, 1969 – Dec 12, 1971CRassigned to Com7thFlt, worked in comm shack on 02 level, Radio 3, damage control PO. Had some times and saw some things!
Shay, JohnAGCSOct 1969 – Oct 1970COMSEVENTH FLEET Staff
Hamilton, JohnEMOct 1, 1969 – Mar 15, 1971E DivisionElectrician's Mate 1969-1971 Crossed equator in 1970
Elliott, GaryE-3Dec 26, 1969 – Dec 10, 19713RD Boatwains Mate Lee was our LPO. I left Okie City in Dec 1971 and became a Naval Vertrep Aircrewman with HC-3. Looking for any of the guys who were in 3rd Div.

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