The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS George K. MacKenzie (DD 836). 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 109 crew members registered for the USS George K. MacKenzie (DD 836).
|Castelveter, David||E3/SM||1972 – 1973||Signal Communications||Big Mac, best damn ship in the Navy. Fast, mobile and home. And what great ports of call: Sublic Bay, Hong Kong, Taipei, Singapore, Sasebo, Kaohsiung, Jakarta, Midway Island, Guam, Pearl Harbor, San Diego, Coos Bay.|
|Ott, Lee (Punky)||OS2||1972 – 1974||OPS||Never got the Presidential Unit Citation that was earned in Vietnam for Operation End Sweep. Did a swap to the USS Barbey FF 1088 because my wife was due to have our first child, transferring with captains permission.|
|Scalf, Sam "squirrel"||MMFN||Jan 5, 1972 – Jan 20, 1974||M||Greatest bunch of engineers ever!|
|Shaw, Tommy||RM2||Apr 1972 – Sep 1976||oc||enjoyed my time on this tin can. made a lot of friends. will always remember the BIG MAC1|
|Lambert, Paul||Midn 3/c||Aug 1, 1972 – Sep 15, 1972||MIDTRA||Did my midshipman 3/c cruise on the Mac. Bags was the GMG2 I worked for the most. Helluva sailor. Got to take the ship to Coos Bay OR.|
|Bellavance, Edward||FA||Sep 1972 – Nov 1973||mm||served in aft engine room|
|Shaw, Thomas||rm2||Sep 1972 – Sep 1976||oc|
|Adams, Andy||Ens||Sep 1972 – Sep 1975||MPA|
|Johnston, Armand||ICFN||Oct 10, 1972 – May 17, 1974||R Div||I am interested in finding a few shipmates, one is Teresa Johnson from Memphis Tn. Teresa was in school at NTC San Diego during 1974|
|Kelly, Pat||YN3||Nov 14, 1972 – Jul 30, 1975||I spent my whole Navy caeer on the Mac. Saw a lot of the world.|
|Pliley, Jim||IC/FA||1973 – 1973||R DIVISION||MORE LATER|
|Boyd, Raymond||sm3||1973 – 1976||communications||just thinking about all the places overseas that our crew went too phillipines guam hongkong Singapore Mombasa Kenya Ceylon sri lanka Taipei Taiwan kind of miss being out to sea with the crew lot of sights to see that fi|
|Fritz, Gary||GMG2/GMG1||Mar 1973 – May 1974||weapons|
|Ramos, Roberto||SM3||Oct 1973 – Dec 1975||OC||Broke my cherry as SMSA on the Big Mac. I'll always be a tin can sailor. I remember the Cruise that went to the Indian ocean -- makining stops in Mombasa, Africa; Sri Lanka, India; and Iran amongst a few rare port calls at the time.|
|Caufield, Edward||EM3||1974 – 1976||R|
|Fleming, Randy||seaman awaiting hospital corps 'A' school||Apr 18, 1974 –||supply||I was assigned to work in sick bay after I put in a special request chit , starting with supply officer ; Ensign Lancaster up through to Cdr Buck ; commanding officer. I was assigned to work for HMC Victor V. Hernandez.|
|Mrvich, Steve||E-3||May 10, 1974 – Mar 25, 1975||electrical|
|Coghlan, John||MM3||Jun 22, 1974 – Sep 30, 1976||Engineering|
|Rotunda, Marcello||BM3||Dec 6, 1974 – Oct 26, 1976||DECK DIV|
|Humphreys, Chip (Alfred Taylor}||BTFN||Mar 12, 1975 – Sep 30, 1976||B Div||I came on board as a Bootcamp and started as a EM striker but soon found myself mess cooking and then in aft fireroom as a BT. My Southern accent and attitude most likely put me there. Feel free to contact me.|
|Izzo, Anthony||en3||May 5, 1975 – Oct 22, 1976||R||See you on the fantail after knock off ships work :-) LOL|
There are currently no planned reunions.