The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Waldron (DD 699). 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 11 crew members registered for the USS Waldron (DD 699).
|Wahlfeldt, Robert||EM3c||Jul 19, 1943 – May 10, 1946||E||Robert J. Wahlfeldt has left these earthly confines, but he is still living on through his memory's , story's, children and grandchildren. I am one of two son-in-laws. I am a WWII amateur historian. This is for Bob.|
|Greenhalgh, Art||EM-2||1965 – 1967||Elect|
|Cooper, Ronald||stgsn||Dec 1965 – Aug 1966||3rd|
|Killion, Ray (Andy) (speedo)||SFM3||1966 – 1968||R||My time aboard the tin can were working with friends and shipmates. The happy and Hard times taught us to be Men. We saw the world, met new people,and had liberty's.|
|Graham, Donald||E2||Dec 10, 1966 – Aug 15, 1968||B Division|
|Phillips, Michael (Mickey)||PN3||Mar 1968 – Jul 1970||C||Served with my brother, Dan for a few months on the Waldo before the Navy figures out that it wasn't a good idea to have two Phillips on the same ship. With Dan gone, we had Captain Crunch to provide a lot of memories.|
|Cole, Carl W.||RM3||Aug 1968 – May 1969||Vietnam trip website at http://www.TranHungDaoTrip.com (aka http://he2k0005iis.hostelements.com/cwcole/Default.html). Personal website at http://www.carlwcole.com|
|Newbauer, Steve||SFM2||1969 – 1970||Repair||Waldron was my second ship I served aboard during my 8 years in the navy. What I remember most about those times are the friends I had and the experiences we shared together. I would love to hear from anyone who served aboard during the same time.|
|Groh, William||BT3||Mar 3, 1971 – Jun 3, 1972||BOILERS|
|Marsheck, Jim||RD3||Mar 27, 1971 – Aug 20, 1972||Operations|
|Phillips, Alexander||HM1||Feb 22, 1972 – May 29, 1973||Ops||A TM2 we transfered to the Naval Hospital, JAX.for follow up for melanoma.|
There are currently no planned reunions.