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USS Hawkins (DD 873) Crew List

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 123 crew members registered for the USS Hawkins (DD 873).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1967 | 1968 – 1973 | 1974 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Collins, HarryBoswain1944 – 1946unknown
Russell, WilliamSNOct 10, 1944 – Nov 8, 1946RADAR CONTROLLED FIREWENT ABOARD SHIP IN ORANGE TEXAS IN OCTOBER 1944. RODE A TRAIN ALL THE WAY TO TEXAS. LAUNCHED THE SHIP, COMMISSIONED, AND WENT BACK TO NORFOLK, WENT THRU THE PANAMA CANAL AND TO HAWAII. ON TO OKINAWA IN EARLY 1945, TOKYO
Martin, Donald Bg.SECOND CLASS BOILER TENDER BT2Aug 15, 1948 – May 31, 1952ENGINEERING BOILER ROOM # 1 & 2 It has been a long time since I walked from the deck of the HAWKINS. I went on to serve 16 years and a few days in the Air Force, retiring after 20 years and 28 days. My brother Paul served on the Hawkins as well.
Sullivan, John1951 –
Cooper, GaryQM31951 – 1953remember we left istambul turkey to try & help the sub. clled the dunlupinair which the usa. gave to turkey. ehen we got to the sean the phone line got cut to the sub and all was lost "please check the spelling"
Mochi, BillYN3Aug 20, 1951 – Aug 15, 1954OPERATIONSServed on the Deck Force for 7 mos and became a yeoman striker. Stayed on the Hawkins until received a transfer to SubGroup One, Green Cove Sp;rings, Fl for the last months of my enlistment, made YN2, prior to my discharge in June of 1955.
Tubbs, Wiliam (Bill)EM3Sep 1954 – Apr 1957RGood ship. Lots of good memories.
Seibert, David profile iconEM2Jun 15, 1956 – Jun 15, 1959R DIVISONMY E MAIL: de_seib@earthlink.net THE SITE BELOW HAS SLIDE SHOW TAKEN WHILE ABOARD (1956 TO 1959) ALSO PHOTOS OF MY FATHER AND UNCLES WHO SERVED INWWII NAVY site= http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxk8CXMSkfc
Elser, BobFiremanAug 1958 – May 1962RIf someone is still out there during 58/62 please contact me about aspestoes related pulmanery disease @ relser41@yahoo.com..
Cathey, ConleyIC3Aug 16, 1958 – Jul 28, 1960R Division
Carson, Joesonarman third class1959 – Jun 1, 1960dont know what this isi remember the med cruise in 1959 and the other in 1960 in 1959 i transfered from the uss decatur by the way of the boatsman chair at sea...;what a great trip that was played on the ship's softball team in the med
Cisero, Dominick profile iconBT21961 – 1964Boiler roomJust registered for my father, info will be updated shortly.
Kind, Gerald (Jerry)ET2Jan 1961 – Apr 1962OperationsI enjoyed meeting and working with lots of great men. I was unofficial lay leader and led Bible Studies aboard. Greetings to my shipmates. I would love to hear from anyone from the ship.
Smith, AllenCS3Aug 1961 – Jan 1964SGreat Ship, Great Mates, many great memories of the med cruise in 63. The not great memories of the Cuban Crises
Clute, RayRD31962 – 1963OI
Frost, CarlSeaman/BMJan 2, 1962 –Deck DivisionI was aborad during the Cuban Crisis
Joseph, SimmonsBM-3Sep 14, 1962 – Aug 22, 19651stIt was a great ship to serve on. Cuban missile crisis, Fram, Med cruise of 63.
Glines, ThomasET3Oct 19, 1962 – Jun 1, 1965OperationsReported on board and the next day we were involved in the Cuban crises. Had to drink a lot of bug juice after running out of milk. Frame job in Boston was good duty. Had great times at the Hill Billy Ranch.
Krzos, JohnEM-3Jun 1963 – Sep 1966RWorld Cruise-Vietnam 65-66
Drum, PaulMM21964 – 1967MGreat ship Great time. Good cruise.
Grose, HarrySNJan 1964 – Nov 1966SupplyVietnam / World Cruise
Estey, LarryETN3Jan 21, 1964 – Aug 17, 1966OI
Roberts, Dave (Robbie)TM3Feb 1964 – Jan 19673RDWhoa! You guys still alive !! DeskApe as DDR and TM after FRAM . Sure was an eye opener for a 17 yr old. Saw Gary Finnerty a few yrs back in WMSTWN NY. Email w/M Delolio almost daily. FRALEY????
Brown, HaroldRD3Aug 15, 1964 – Oct 19, 1966OI
Vinci, SantoGMG 3Sep 1964 – Nov 1966GunneryViet Nam 1965/1966 how close to shore did we get ?? I miss the South China Sea the sparkle in the waters and the flying fish at mid watch in after steering. Good memories and a lot of growing up
Butler, MikeFt3Sep 29, 1964 – Sep 30, 19672Around the world was great. Hong Kong and the Phillipines will be remembered. Cuba was to many times.
Becker, JimFTG2Oct 1964 – Sep 1967GunnaryRound the World tour. Great trip. Philippines and Hong Kong best ports.
Sincere, TerryRD3Oct 1964 – Oct 1967OperationsHawkins reunion for 2016 Charleston, SC Sept 25 to 29. Anyone who served on Hawkins is invited
Webster, Arthur/ ArtRD3Oct 1964 – Aug 1967OperationsAround the world cruise. Eastport Main visit. Seeing the world with a great group of guys.
Shuck, DavidSNOct 1964 – Sep 1965SupplyIn GITMO Beaver taught me how to cut hair. I was ship’s barber until Mr. Dewing took me into the office to work on the ship’s store records. Sent to Newport Naval Hospital when ship went to Vietnam.
Uhl, RaymondSNOct 24, 1964 – Oct 26, 1966deckforcelooking for crew members that served with me. Looking for cruise book made during our cruise to VietNam. Cover of book designed by Lovell Stevens.
Rader, WalterRM2Nov 1964 – Dec 1967OIHome away from home. I especially enjoyed the world cruise thanks to a tour in Nam. I want to share some memories with past crew mates.
Rader, WalterRm 2Nov 1964 – Dec 1967ocInterested in finding the crew that went to Nam
Fiorani, DonaldFTG3Nov 9, 1964 – May 19672 NDVietnam 65-66 Around World Cruise with great ship mates with ports of call in the Mediterranean
Williams, FredRD3Feb 1, 1965 – Oct 17, 1967OIVietnam\World cruise
Diaz, JoeSNFeb 15, 1965 – Aug 10, 1967SupplyMade the Vietnam/world cruise , '65-'66 Great time crossing the Equator and experiencing the world at the age of 18. Would like to know if reunions are still being held
Christensen, Robert / Bob / 'Chris'ETR-2 (SS)Sep 20, 1965 – Jun 22, 1966OPS - ETWorld Cruise via Vietnam!
Stefano, NicolettiPnsnJun 1, 1966 – Dec 1967Ships officeIn the service at 17 came off the Uss Boston CAG1 the USS Hawkins DD 873 was my last ship. I servered under chief petty officer Grouskurk he was hard but fair a person you would look up too.
Ernst, AllenSTG2Jun 12, 1966 – Aug 20, 1969Great ship, times and mates..
Boucher, KennethMM3Apr 1967 – Aug 1968M
Cook, Robert profile iconSF3May 1967 – Mar 1971Rboarded in 1967 spent 2 years in forward engine rm. transferred to SF shop,made SFM3 ran shop til early out March 1971 .(I'm not good with names)
Rauchut, Steve (Rat)FTG-3Jul 1967 – Nov 1, 1968SecondGreat ship..Great crew..Reunited with Whiting & Crowley in 2005. See them every year now. Have been in touch with Wilkerson and Arrans. If you remember me, shoot me an e-mail.
Bunner, Larrygmg3Aug 1967 – Oct 1969gunners mateHad some great times and met some really great guys. Wilkinson,Ernst,Aarons,Keller,Rachut, just to name a few. Med cruise was memorable. Had some wild times while in the yards in Boston,late 68,early 69. Cuba sucked!
Castelli, JosephRM3Oct 9, 1967 – Dec 8, 1968CommI want to talk to Mr. Sargent. He was a drummer and he created a Rock N Roll group on board called the Gundeckers. I was the lead guartist.
Schweitzer, DennisBT3Oct 31, 1967 – Dec 3, 1970EngineeringThe only ship I ever was on. A good ship and the food was good. A lot of good memories.
Horton, MikeBT-3Nov 1967 – May 1971Worked in Bravo 1 with some great guys. Wayne Brown, Tommy Warren, Eddie Diaz, Robert Poole, Cucuzza, Dad Fisher, and so many others
Erck, LarryMm3Nov 1967 – Jan 1, 1971Aft engineroomGoodtimes with Willie,spaetti,Flanagan Horton,bonner,Shelby Clifton.
=sargent, WilliamLTJGNov 20, 1967 – Dec 20, 1968OperationsGreat ship, great tour... Remember orders to escort the USS Georgetown off of Libyian coast after Pueblo was taken by N.Korea. Orders called for sinking any vessel coming closer than 1 mile from Georgetown. None did!
O'neal, NormanRD3Dec 27, 1967 – Aug 3, 1970Two Med. cruises and a NATO cruise in the North Atlantic.

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