The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Ingraham (DD 694). 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 33 crew members registered for the USS Ingraham (DD 694).
|Vaughn, Earl||Petty officer||1948 – 1950||3|
|Perida, Edward||FN||May 1948 – Apr 1949||E Div 72||86years young! I am looking to connect with shipmates when I was on board ingraham DD694 1948|
|Krest, John||EMC||1952 – 1957||Electrical||Best crew I ever served with.|
|Sturm, Chris||PN 3||Dec 1954 – Jan 21, 1955||PERSONELLMAN||HELLO. ANYBODY THERE?|
|Amato, Mauro //mario||MM3||Feb 2, 1955 – Jun 30, 1958||ENGEERING||I MADE MANY FRIENDSHIPS AND IT REALLY WAS THE BEST EXPIERENCE FOR ME AT THAT TIME.|
|Williams, John||YN2||Apr 1955 – Jun 1957||YEOMAN||JUST CHECKING IN|
|Redmond, Robert||SM3||Dec 1955 – Oct 1957||C (Communications)||John Williams, I remember you and Pinky Woosipiti in the office.|
|Vollmar, William||FT2||Jun 24, 1959 – May 28, 1960||Fox||Rangefinder and MK 25 Radar operator for GQ.|
|Eaton, Harold||TMSN||Oct 6, 1959 – Sep 9, 1961||fox||good ship good time|
|Rosen, Benjamin/rosie||SEAMAN||Nov 1959 – Nov 1961||2nd||The ship used to be called "the inky dink" I'm looking to reuinite with shipmates. Does anyone know where Israel "Pete" Potter is? He transferred to the USS Moale around 1960.|
|Bishop, Jimmy||ETN2||Jun 1960 – Aug 1961||O-E||First real ship. Made MED cruise and Red Sea Patrol. Went to NNSY for FRAM. Shipped over under the STAR program for ET-B School.|
|Schmidt, Robert||SOGSN/SOG3||Jun 1960 – Jul 1961||Fox||First Ship, First Cruise.|
|Dunbar, Robert A (//bd)||RM3||Jul 19, 1960 – Feb 1962||CR||Reported aboard in Mayport after RM 'A' School in Bainbridge.
. Made Med/Persian Gulf cruise; FRAM II conversian. Re-enlisted under STAR program for RM 'B' School upon arrival Newport after REFTRA.|
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|Goodwin, John||sfp3||Jul 20, 1960 – May 1962||2nd||Had two great years on board the Ingraham befor frank and i were transfered to the AD19.|
|Etheridge, William...bill||PO3||Aug 1960 – Aug 28, 1961||communications||Boot camp 8/29/1958...RMA school Bainbridge, Md 1/1959...USNTC Driver, Va,,,USS Ingraham DD-694 Mayport, Fl...8/ 60...Med Cruise ...back to Mayport 3/61...then Fram II...reenlistment ended 8/28/1961|
|Ball, Clyde||SOG3/c||Apr 15, 1961 – Mar 10, 1963||Fox||Enjoyed my time on the Ingraham. Remembering Richard Morehouse, Terry Lowe, Richard Hannan and others. I was aboard during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Just retiring now from LANL in Los Alamos at 70 yrs. young. Welcome any and all emails from former sh|
|Howlett, Charles (Fuzzy Doc)||HM3||1962 – 1964||medical||It was a pleasure to serve on the Ingrham|
|Duncan, Franklin||SFPFN||Jan 1962 – Jun 1962||R||Got transferred to USS Yosemitr AD-19 after they put out a call for SF'. Myself, SF3 Goodwin, AND SFMFN ???|
|Charney, John||ETR2||Jan 18, 1962 – Apr 1, 1964||O||Best time of my life Best TIN CAN|
|Ball, Phil||MM3||Mar 1, 1964 – Jul 1967||M Div||The older I get the more I appreciate you guys.|
|Grant, Jerry||FTG3||1965 – Mar 22, 1967||2nd||Was just looking up info on the Ingraham, found this site. Saw Tim Beams name, I remember you Tim, and Owen Kidd as well.|
|Beam, Timothy||FTGSN Fire Tech||May 10, 1965 – Sep 24, 1968||Deck||My duty station was the gun director on the signal bridge. I remember chasing turkeys across the mess deck on thanksgiving 1965, while following a Chinese fishing trawler asking the gulf of tonkin. I remember Owen Kidd|
|McCarthy, Paul||LT||Jul 1965 – Jan 1967||Engineering|
|Phaneuf, John (Jack)||SM3||Sep 1965 – Aug 1966||Operations||I reported aboard the USS Ingraham amid rumors that the ship was leaving Newport, RI for an extended deployment. Rumors were flying all over the place as to where we were going (top secret). Vietnam, here we come!!|
|Orosco, Paul||SK3||Sep 10, 1965 – Aug 13, 1966||Supply||Served on this great ship with a lot of dedicated sailors.|
|Sillman, David. (Dave)||BT3||1966 – 1967||"B"||Looking for Desron 24 and Desdiv 242 logos, histories, info, shipmates & etc.|
|Armstrong, Michael||RD2||Apr 1966 – Jan 1969||OI||Did 2 med cruises, 2 gtmo cruises, yard period in Charleston Naval Shipyard, Boston and Montreal (Expo '67) cruise. Reported aboard Apr. '66 upon ship's change of home port to Newport, RI as RDSA . Made RD2 b4 Jan. 69.|
|Valentine, Virgynsn||YNSN||Oct 16, 1966 – Oct 16, 1968||1st Div||Reported aboard right after boot camp. Worked in the Weapons Office under Lt. Wood. Two Med cruises, secret crui (se into the Black Sea close to Russia, Worlds Fair cruise Montreal,Canada (St Lawrence Seaway)|
|Lewis, Johnny||sm2||Jul 14, 1967 – Jan 18, 1968||comunications||i enjoyed all the time on board the 694 .came back to murrells inlet , sc got my coast guard captains license and ran island charters.still love the ocean.|
|Kukla, Stanley||FTG-3||Feb 28, 1969 – Jun 10, 1970||2ND division||First ship out of boot camp. Stayed there until she was decommissioned and recommissioned as a Greek ship|
|Phillips, Robert||EM-2||Jun 1969 – Aug 1971||E div||Great ship with a tight crew and good times We were proud to serve aboard Worked hard to keep her going but had a lot of good times One of the last WW2 cans still serving in the fleet and an impressive history34 knots|
|Conn, Thomas "Rick"||ET 2||Mar 15, 1970 – 1971||O||The day I reported is when the Main generator rolled over and we were in port till they replaced it. What a trip. It rolled over the minute I had one foot on the gangway and one foot on the deck.|
|Smith, Paul||SEAMAN||Mar 1971 – Jun 1971||deck division||Joined the crew of the Ingraham march of 1971 in Naples,Italy.The ship was on a Med cruise.I was assigned to the Deck Force.During the remainder of the cruise I remember we were caught in a hurricane at sea.|
There are currently no planned reunions.