The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hawkins (DD 873). 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 124 crew members registered for the USS Hawkins (DD 873).
|Wiebusch, Curt||EW1||Feb 1974 – Dec 1976||OI||Enjoyed being a part of the crew of this ship very much|
|Torres, Fermando||sk3||Apr 6, 1974 – Sep 19, 1977||supply/boatsman||I started as a boatsman mate then transfered to supply. MY HOME E-MAIL IS, FTORRES31@satx.rr.com|
|Villeneuve, Ronald||MM3||May 1, 1974 – Sep 30, 1974||Foward Engine Room||Dropped off in Madagascar with Greg welch after refueling accdient August 3 1974. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Greg Welsh Died of cancer April 2012|
|Villeneuve, Ronald||MM3||May 10, 1974 – Oct 10, 1974||Foward Engine room||Dorpped off in Madascar with SM GW Welsh on Aug 3 1974|
|Torres, Fernando||sk 3||Jun 16, 1974 – Sep 9, 1977||supply||I am looking for anyone involved in a tsunami accident off the coast Madagascar, 1974. My new e-mail address is email@example.com|
|Gilliam, David||BT2||1975 – 1977||B|
|Franckewich, Mike||MM2||1975 – 1978||M|
|Hommel, Bob||QM3||Jan 5, 1975 – Dec 18, 1976||Ops|
|Reilly, Tom (Raz)||E2||Jul 1975 – Aug 1977||Boatswains Mate||I'm a disabled ex-worker that spends all my time and days rottin away in this F_ _ k in' dump that I call a home. Who knew that all the old people was right when they said growing old sucks. Have a great day.|
|Lee, Ray (Munchkin)||E-3||Sep 14, 1975 – Dec 11, 1977||1ST|
|Smith, Jay||EM3||Mar 16, 1976 – Jun 20, 1979||R|
|Lipiec, Stan||STG 3||May 1, 1976 – May 1, 1978||3|
|Szabo, John||GMT2||Jul 1976 – Feb 1979||1st|
|Ferguson, Kerry Fergie||EM-3||Jul 14, 1976 – Mar 27, 1977||hell of a ride.|
|Johnson, Maurice "Pc"||PCSN||Sep 15, 1976 – Feb 1978||Postal Clerk||At the time, I never thought I would miss it; now, I'd give anything to go back to sea on her again, though I know the old girl was decommed.|
|Weber, Chuck||LTJG||1977 – 1978||Supply||Transferred with the crew from USS Rich. Fourth and final time I was stationed with CO "Big George" Stefencavage. Crazy times! The Hawk was one broke ship.|
|Davison, Philip||GMGSA||Jan 1, 1977 – May 21, 1977||2nd||This was my first ship... what a trip!|
|Isaman, Bob||STG3||Apr 1977 – Jan 1978||3rd||First ship in my career! Left in '78 to go to Submarine School.|
|Dube, Eric||GMG2||Apr 5, 1977 – May 12, 1978||Weapons|
|Walker, John||HT2||May 1977 – Jun 1979||R||Hope everyone is doing great!|
|Gusler, Hubert ( Gus )||BT2||Dec 1, 1977 – Oct 31, 1978||B||LPO #2 FIRE ROOM|
|Fodi, Dave||GMT||1978 – 1979||1||Miss that old girl|
|Weaver, David||mmfn||1978 –||m|
|Turygan, Dan||SM2||Jul 1978 – Sep 1980||Communications||Came to her from the Rich. What a difference! While the Rich made every commitment the "Hawk" was so worn out and tired she was constantly pierside. Poor Snipes! Good crew though. She decommed in Philly . Great CO!|
|Segura, Robert||EM3||Sep 1979 – Dec 1979||Repair||EMMC of EM school got me orders to the Hawk - as a reward before I went to Nuke School. I had no idea of how big of a favor the MC did for me, until I got to my sub - USS Nathaniel Greene SSBN 636. Thank MC!!!|
There are currently no planned reunions.