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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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
McCollum, DanielETR3 - ETR21970 – 1972OE
Smith, Kenneth profile iconE31970 – Nov 16, 1972A divisionLoved serving on the "Okie Boat" She was a great ship in her day
Jufiar, RichardSN1970 – 19712nd DivisionGreat time, met some good guys, hopefully I am able to connect with shipmates!
Newport, GaryOS3Apr 1970 – Jul 21, 1973OITotally enjoyed serving with so many great sailors. Enjoyed the ports of Hong Kong, Subic Bay and going to Malaysia. Hated that first crossing the equator but it holds a part in my heart for tradition.
Krathaus Jr., AlbertETR2May 1, 1970 – Apr 30, 1973OESome of the best duty I ever had in my entire career. Quite a showboat.
Newell, BobBM2Jun 1970 – 19721ST
Kirchgesler, Ken / Kirk profile iconRDSA to OS2Jun 1970 – May 1974OWFirst Ship. Best liberty ports. Memories of Subic Bay, good and bad.
Hammons, StephenFTM1Jun 1970 – May 1972WeaponsWould enjoy hearing from any shipmates that served aboard her during 1970 - 1972.
Barton, BruceGMG3Jun 7, 1970 – Feb 26, 1974G DIVISIONBEST SHIP I WAS EVER ON. WESPAC WAS MADE FOR ME. I LOVED EVERY PORT WE HIT. I'M A FEDERAL OFFICER WITH U.S. CUSTOMS FOR 17 YEARS. I EMAIL KNOWLTON EVERY OTHER MONTH. YOU CAN EMAIL ME. brucebarton3@cox.net
Gay, BrianOS3Jun 15, 1970 – Oct 10, 1973OI (operations)Come aboard in June 73 after RD "A" school. It was quite an experience working in CIC (combat information center) as it was very busy especially when we were on the Gunline in Vietnam.
Nelson, BillSH-1Jul 1, 1970 – May 29, 1973S-3Homeported in Yokosuka. Lots of fond memories.
McDonough, ThomasSEAMAN/OPERATIONS LOOKOUTSep 10, 1970 – Sep 10, 1972
Newsome, RayGMG-3Sep 10, 1970 – Oct 7, 1972FGI'm retired now, I think about all the good and crazy times we had and I miss thos days. Haven't heard from John Kirby, Bruce Braton or Chuck Knowlton in a long time. My e-mail address is mouthofthesouth@wavecable .com.
Chapman, Roosevelt Brother RapsaOct 1970 – Dec 19711st divsionto any of my shipmates from 1st divison please contact me looking for bob newell or david harris or oliver hennery ace Williams or francis youngblood
Bulik, Wesley StevenDK3Oct 1, 1970 – Mar 20, 1974S-4
Jensen, JamesE3/BMOct 10, 1970 – Dec 20, 19711st DivisionI enjoyed my tour aboard the USS Oklahoma City CLG5.
Fulmer, JohnRM2Oct 25, 1970 – Apr 1, 1973Flag StaffSome of the best libery. The things we did then would get us thown in prison today!
Schrader, KenSH2Oct 25, 1970 – Oct 29, 1974S-3
Gorman, ChuckYNSNOct 30, 1970 – Jan 30, 19721stHad a great time while over sea. Learned alot about different cultures and met a lot of great people during that time of my life.
Martin, KenHT11971 –R Div
Neff, JohnE51971 – 1975S2looking for any old shipmates where are you now?
Frankpetri1978@gmail.com, SailorBT3Jan 5, 1971 – Jan 5, 1971Forward fireroom oil shackAnyone aboard at that time Hey Bug good to see your on . Herd about Bear and Nobber they were great guys had to much fun with you guys. Give me a call on my email
Cota, FredIC3Jan 5, 1971 – Jun 10, 1972EFrom time to time I wonder where everyone is now. Reach out and say hi if you have a mind to. I'm now the 2nd Vice Commander for the local VFW, American Legion and AmVets (also refereed to as the Party Commander).
Field, JohnnyRD 3Mar 21, 1971 – Dec 22, 1972RD
Arndt, AllenSNApr 21, 1971 – Apr 20, 1973OL DivisionMany happy memories of one of the greatest times of my life. Doing well. Hope to hear from buddies. allenlarndt@gmail.com.
Hinseth, TimDS3 - DS1May 1971 – Dec 1974CRHighlined over from the Mt. Katmai. Data Systems Tech for the MPDS system. Crossed Equator twice. Was biting nails during the MIG incident. Over time, grew to appreciate Capt. Butcher's GQ's as a good learning experience.
McMaken, ChuckYN3May 1, 1971 – May 30, 1973ENGINEERINGI WAS THE ENGINEERING LOGROOM YEOMAN. ANYONE REMEMBER LCDR ANSLEY? OR LT HOFFMAN?
Mulder, RodneyETR3 - ETR2May 15, 1971 – Feb 6, 1975OEHad a lot of good/exciting times and good friends in those 4 years. I remember T. Gallant, F. Gorbell, P. Cain, Shill, P. Moran, S. Onweiler, T. Hodges, J. Pattee, B. Howie, Villoni and many others.
Folwell, RobertJul 15, 1971 – Feb 10, 1973
Weeks, DavidCpl E4Jul 16, 1971 – Jul 15, 1973Marine DetachmentBest years I had in the Marine Corps. Met lots of friends and traveled all over the orient. Subic, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, and most of Japan. I will always remember those days.
Hansen, NeilGMM2Jul 16, 1971 – Jan 4, 1974GMGreat lady to have served on. Would do it again in a heartbeat!!!
Raley, RichardOSSNAug 20, 1971 – Dec 5, 1974operations
Cruise, Ronsh3Sep 1971 – Apr 1975s3Good time. If you are out there contact me.
Rude, Gerald (Bug)BT2Sep 1971 – Apr 1974BThe hot-ass boiler room wasn't the most fun,it was the good people I had the pleasure of serving with. We are losing some of our best friends, Knobber (2001), Bear (2008). I try to attend some of the reunions,great time
Rude, BugBT2Sep 1971 – 1974BWhat a crew we had up Forward. Hot ass Boiler Room. Scrubbing deckplates, cleaning bilges, firesides, refueling and repair work. So much fun!! Miss my shipmates, would like to reconnect. We have already lost two of ours!
Stone, Michael / Stoney / MikeSNSep 7, 1971 – Jul 12, 1973Signal BridgeIts been a long time since I had seen or heard from any of you. I suppose that is your thoughts on the subject.
Neeley, BillyeomanSep 21, 1971 – Sep 21, 1973operationsStand-by for heavy rolls...served on the Okie Boat for 2 years and crossed the equator twice. Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, off the coast of Vietnam. Great shipmates...
Brune, DavidENOct 1971 – Oct 1972AIt is hard to believe how vivid the memorys are of the Okie City. 30+ years ago and I still remember her.
Rawson, KeithGMG3Oct 1971 – Oct 1973GMG
Seals, (Bos'N)SA TO BM3Oct 1, 1971 – Oct 1, 19751stFirst ship, met Bosn Black and have tried to structure my life and career after his, told many sea stories about him in my 29 years of service, retired in 99 as CWO3 Bosn, hunting deer and hogs on our 10 acres, married 35 years to LBFM
Hanthorn, RogerRM3Nov 1, 1971 – Jul 1, 1973CRThis was the best liberty ever!
Westbrook, Garland (Westbro)E_3 GUNNER'S MATE GUNSDec 1971 – Apr 1973made me sick to hear what happened to the Okie boat Whoever made that decision is an idiot. Best time of my life. John Kirby are you still around. Keith Ralston. Believe it or not, I'm still alive. Barton? Wolfman. Pomeroy? Tubeman?
Lopez, Randyqm2Dec 1, 1971 – Apr 5, 1975navigationstarted in ol anybody know what happened to langert? have contact with many okie boaters
Grover, DennisYNSNDec 1, 1971 – Apr 1, 1972Weapons DivisionI was one of three weapons yeoman Richard Martinez, Dave ??? and myself LTCMDR Whittington was one of the weapons officers. My running buddy was Rick "Spunky" Matthews we were playing guitars on deck when the Mig hit!

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