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USS Glennon (DD 840) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Glennon (DD 840). 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 144 crew members registered for the USS Glennon (DD 840).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1971 | 1972 – now

Burger, RobertSTG21972 – 1973SonarWestpac 72 and Subic Bay !!
Carlson, CraigE21972 – 1974...Looking for information either a narrative or deck log info for a VA claim. In April 1973 while refueling off Virginia 14 sailors were injured when the ships got too close together and a wave came up between. Anyone?
Deshazier, JamesMM3Jan 15, 1972 – Aug 14, 1974Mwestpac, subic bay, med cruice, transfered at sea
Ponsonby, JohnMM3Mar 1972 – Feb 1974R A- GangMM2 Richard McNeil was LPO I remember En2 Gary Wright as well. I saw him at Gitmo after he got transfered. Westpac on the gun line in '72 and Med cruise in '73
Riebow, Lynn (Peach)TM3Mar 10, 1972 – Oct 10, 1972ASWViet Nam deployment in '72 - Visit to Hong Kong
Scullin, JohnMM2Apr 1972 – Jul 1973Mhad a great time on that old tin can. also looking for someone who remembers injury I recieved storing some motors. I was carried to the Yellowstone for x-rays. It was day before we left for med cruise the spring of 1973. thanks
Odom, DannyBT2Apr 1972 – Apr 1974BGood ship, GREAT crew. Can never forget the Sootbooger (MMC Overstreet).
Furr, Dan profile iconMM3May 15, 1972 – Mar 8, 1974Main PropulsionBest friends I ever had. On the gunline, Vietnam. Shimstock, England, Budreu, Scullin, Lampkin, Monseese, Fuhr, Nichols,.....and probably some more I can't name righ now. It was an honor serving with you guys.
Roome, AaronSTG3Jun 1972 – Jul 1974Viet Nam 72, lower handling room, both mounts. Med cruise 73 transferred at sea...
Gammon, George MRM2Jun 1972 – Oct 1975OPS/COMMBest Radio Shack in the DD fleet. Capt. Eddie Best was by far the best CO I served under.
Childress, GaryE2GMJun 1972 – Sep 1972GMVietnam deployment in '72
Williams, Robert (Will)ET-1/LPOJul 1972 – Jun 1975OEDamn Good Ship, Great ET Gang!
Phillips, JohnGMT3Jul 1, 1972 – Aug 30, 1974ASWHong Kong, Med Cruise
McCarthy, Patrick "pt"IC2Jul 27, 1972 – Feb 14, 1974EngineeringHas it been 33 years already? I remember Capt. Eddie Best, Lt (jg) Gorski, EMC Britt, RM Cobb, ICC Rhininger, HT Craft and IC1 Parton.
Hart, DavidENS/LTJGSep 1972 – May 1975OI; FirstFirst ship of nine. Retired 2004 as a RADM
Jeffries, CraigSN, YN3, YN2Sep 1, 1972 – Jul 1, 1974Deck and XN Divisionthe 840 was a steamer! My first ship and my first real "Navy" experience. I love being a crewman. I retired in 1990 as a Senior Chief.
Fuhr, Charlesen31973 – 1975a-gang and forward engine room
Swanson, CharlesFN--MM31973 –M DivHowdy, Just looking to see if anyone remembers the Med cruise.
Mulderig, TedBT3Jan 1973 – May 1974BGreat ship and crew. '73' Med Cruise (Crete during Israeli conflict)- Gibraltar, The North Atlantic-Crossing the Artic Circle (Blue Nose) dockside Halifax, Nova Scotia, "-Roosevelt Rhodes, PR. Westpac.
Crawford, BruceBT3Jun 30, 1973 – 1976Steam PropulsionI learned alot aboard the Glennon,very good bunch of guys, gave me a profession that I still enjoy to this day.
Geer, Mahlon "snow"GMG2Aug 1973 – Aug 19762nd'73' Med Cruise (Crete during Israeli conflict)-Lots of fun in Cannes,FR. The North Atlantic-Crossing the Artic Circle (Blue Nose) dockside Halifax, Nova Scotia like a big "ice cube"-Rosie Rhodes, PR-renting VW's-Gun Captain
Hessler, Willlliam [peanut]QMSNSep 15, 1973 – Mar 15, 1975QuartermasterHas it really been over 30 years ago ?
Thomas, CurtisE4Sep 16, 1973 – Sep 9, 19761StLooking for crews that went the storm of 1976. i need help with a claim with vet.affair
Holt, LarryBT2Oct 4, 1973 – Jul 23, 1976BWorked in both firerooms while aboard. The last year I was POIC forward. Lots of good guys in that division. Danny I still butcher the Eagles songs everytime they come on the radio.
Williams, GaryENS-LtJG1974 – 1976communicationsFirst duty station
Little, Ken (Aka "Tiny")PN2Mar 1974 – Feb 1976X-Div
Walker Jr., RobertE-3Apr 1974 – Dec 11, 1974B-4-E Aft- Engine Rm
Hearn, DanBT3Apr 10, 1974 – Oct 15, 1976BLarry: Learned to dislike the Eagles since you butchered all their songs trying to sing them.
Lubstorf, KimFTG3Apr 15, 1974 – Oct 1, 19762ndMy first command but it was memorable. Small crew that was very tight. Too many memories to list here. But to the LPO's FTG! J.D. Glass, FTG1 Chuck Lindley and to Chief Potter, thank you for all I learned.
Schuster, CarlENSIGN-LTJGMay 11, 1974 – Aug 31, 1976OI (CIC)My first tour.
Nayman, JimMM3Jul 1974 – Aug 1976MWorked in ER2. I was on the last run when the steam lines were rupturing and we had to divert to Roosevelt Rhodes, PR. We returned to Charleston for decommissioning. I left just prior.
Wells, BobBM2Sep 1974 – Oct 19761stA lot of short trips out to sea. Good memories. I have been attempting to find BM2 Denis R. Jordan and BM2 Tom Davis ( later both were BM1 ) for nearly 25 years.
Bussiere, Normand profile iconETR-2Nov 1, 1974 – Sep 24, 1976Ops
Dietz, HankETR-2Jun 1975 – Dec 1975Radar ShackMy last tour. Glennon went into drydock for communciations upfit in november, 75. I walked off in december.
Englehart, Clint (Bert) profile iconIC2Jun 1975 – Apr 1976R Div
Martin, SteveEN3Jul 1975 – Oct 1976Eng. A-gangTired old ship but a good ship with a great crew. Thankful to set foot on land in Halifax after the big storm of '76 in North Atlantic!
West, Robert T.LTjgAug 1975 – Oct 1976EngineeringMPA/CHENG for decom. Two tough jobs! Highlights: 3 days 40+ft seas/90+knots winds en route Halifax, Nova Scotia; extended stay Roosevelt Roads, P.R. MMC and BTCS were two most outstanding CPOs I ever served with. Thanks.
Jaronczyk, JoeSN 3Sep 1975 – 19771stFresh out of boot camp. Like a deer in the head lights. But I Really enjoyed the tour, and it layed the groundwork for a lifetime on the water.
Avery, DuaneMMFNSep 21, 1975 – Apr 27, 1976
Ballard, DavidMMFNMar 1976 – Aug 1976
Potter, MickFTGCMar 26, 1976 – Oct 1, 1976FoxIt was a privalege to serve aboard the Glennon. She had one of the tightest Chief's Quarters of any of the 6 ships I served on. We were all sorry to see her decommissioned.

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