The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Shelton (DD 790). 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 96 crew members registered for the USS Shelton (DD 790).
|Davis, Al||MM3||1971 – 1973||M||decommisioning crew|
|Kozlik, Michael (Killer Koz)||sn||1971 – 1973||Deck||Be nice to hear from anybody that was on that last pleasure cruise.I got my cherry SMASHED on that one! Good times!and spooky ones also. Let's chat|
|Gibson, Marc||EN3||1971 – Nov 1972||Repair Div||Duties were Aux diesels, pumps, aux equipment and motor whale boat. Good times, bad times and memorable times.|
|Rodgers, David||RM3||1971 – 1973||OPS||RADIOMAN AND WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY SHIPMATES WHO SERVED WITH ME|
|Shaffer, David||RD1||Mar 1971 – Oct 1971||OI||As an Air Intercept Controller I was sent T.A.D. to numerous ships during the deployment, received orders after deployment to Naval Station Subic Bay, Philippines.|
|Atkins, George||ETN / SN||May 1971 – Jan 1973||OE||Looking for crew members.|
|Jacobs, Patrick||ICFN/IC3||Sep 9, 1971 – Nov 11, 1973||"E"||Showed movies on mess decks. Passed ammo and transferred movies during unreps. Stood sounding security import and gyro watches underway. Was aboard the "Mudduck" and also "Big Action" during two tours of Vietnam.|
|Petersen, Arthur / Pete||GMG3||Oct 1971 – Mar 1973||G Div; Mount 51 projectileman||Wondering where some of my shipmates are and what they're doing now, 40 years following the ship's decommission.|
|Wrolson, Ron||TM3||1972 – 1973||AS||I was on the bridge when we took fire Aug. 4th, 1972. I remember the whole thing vividly to this day. James R. Wright saved our butts that day. Steered us through the bombardment.|
|Lapp, Chris||BT3||1972 – 1973||B||Researching ships movement westpac '72, anybody home?. How about docking in Danang? . Hi to all|
|Cochrane, Donald||3rd class EM||1972 – Jan 1973||Electrition||I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. I am still in Idaho. Had a great time aboard. I would also like to know if anyone remembers where we were when we got bombarded just before we left for the states. Don|
|Banuelos, Ascencion||BT/FN||Jun 1972 – Apr 1973||Aft/Fireroom||Reported aboard for last WestPac,and served during battle 04 August 1972. upon return to San Diego participated on decom detail.|
|Snow, Jonathan (Jake)||FTG2||Aug 18, 1972 – Oct 25, 1972||G or Fox||Proud to be on board.|
|Goodwin, Chris||STGE3||Apr 15, 1973 – Dec 15, 1973||ASW||I served on the Mud Duck (Codename: Invader) on her last Wes Pac in 1973. I also remained on board during her decom in San Diego before I was discharged from the USN. I would love to hear from anyone on that last crews.|
There are currently no planned reunions.