The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Wallace L. Lind (DD 703). 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 29 crew members registered for the USS Wallace L. Lind (DD 703).
|William, Mullen||EM3||1943 – 1945||unsure||It was a good tour in the Atlantic on a fine ship during WWII|
|Crowe, William||Ensign||Aug 15, 1957 – Jun 15, 1960||ASW Officer|
|Warren, Ronald||MM2||Sep 1, 1959 – Jun 30, 1961||M-Division||Being on the:Jolly Wally" was one of the greatest times in my life.We had a fantastic crew ,from the Captain on down .Even the deck apes were cool .|
|Barton, Willie||CS2||Jul 1960 – Nov 1962||supply|
|Henderson, Joe||rd2||Aug 1960 – Sep 1961||oi||departed ship prior med deployment ;mustered out Feb 1962|
|Davidson, John||YN3||Dec 1961 – Nov 1963||2nd||Does anyone else that was on board during the FRAM2 overhaul in 1962 have Asbestosis or Meso from exposure to asbestos during that overhaul?|
|Monigold, Richard||CS3||1962 – 1963||Supply|
|Ettinger, John Ettinger||QM3||Feb 1962 – May 1964||Navigation|
|Ettinger, John||QM3||Mar 4, 1962 – Jun 1, 1964||Navigation|
|Bush, Ron||TM3||Dec 25, 1963 – May 17, 1966||3rd Div.||All who were in ASW lets get together, already in contact with Bob Lewis STG3|
|Doczi, David||RM2||Nov 1964 – Nov 1968||Communications||looking for anyone served in Vietnam 1968 that has received agent orange benefits. would appreciate any info anyone has.|
|Doran, Jim||TM2||1965 – 1967||Weps||on board in the yards, Shine that plack JT|
|Shull, Steve||STG 3||Nov 1965 – Jun 1969||Sonar||Looking for info about agent orange benefits for the Lind crew|
|Jourdan, David Luke||PN3||1966 – Nov 25, 1968||OC|
|Zaneto, Ronald Greek||RD2||Nov 25, 1966 – Nov 9, 1969||Operations||My Tour Was Great. Super guys on the ship.|
|Ridgeway Jon R, Roy||MM 3||1967 – Sep 29, 1969||Engine Room||Looking for any crew that was in Vietnam in 1968 that has been diagnosed with a cancer or some other illness.|
|Khantzian, John||Signalman E 3||Jan 1, 1968 – Sep 12, 1969||Deck||Just saying hello, I hope everyone is doing well these days. On a sad note SM 3 Dusty Rhodes and E 3 Jack Creasy have passed away during this past year.|
|Ratcliff, Darrell||sn||Feb 1968 – Jun 12, 1970||1st division||I was A boatwanmate , and I played basketball for our ship, played for our coach wayne riechell. LTJG|
|Koehler, Larry||RD1||Feb 6, 1968 – Apr 30, 1969||OI||Great ship, great crew. I hated to leave.|
|Fisher, Wil||LTJG||Apr 1968 – Aug 1970||Weapons|
|Toro, James||E3||Jun 3, 1968 – May 15, 1970||fireman||served during the vietnam war|
|Easter, Daniel||E3||Nov 27, 1968 – May 20, 1970||Supply||Best time was served in Navy and best crew from Captain on down. Never forget living out my Seabag for 6 weeks when Lind return to Norfolk in 1968. Hot Racking is no fun in 1st Div. Never forget BM1 Batton Deck Force.|
|Soto, Alaister (Al)||FN||Jan 10, 1969 – Aug 1971||B|
|Jonas, Dick||DC3||Oct 1969 – Mar 1971||R division||Transferred from Harold J Ellision DD-864 to the Lind and came aboard the same day as DC1 Pugh. Changed homeports from Norfolk to Pearl, then made a West Pac. Would like contact with anyone who can help with VA claim.|
|Mason, Jerry||MM2||Nov 1969 – May 1970||"M"||Petty Officer in charge of aft pit. Changed home port from Norfolk to Pearl Harbor. Departed shortly after arrival in Hawaii for 1st shore tour in Key West. Relieved of duty by MM1 Donald Heal who I considered the BEST.|
|Bloxham, Lee||MM2||Mar 5, 1970 – 1972||Engineerging||Many good days on the Lind before being transferred to the USS Ranger CV61|
|Draper, Jim||SKSN||Aug 1970 – Jul 1971||SUPPLY||WESTPAC 1970 --- SPENT NIGHT IN HONG KONG JAIL WITH DK PAULSON & SH3 T BEATTY . GOOD TIME|
|Horn, Kenn||EM 3||1972 – 1973||r||Came aboard her in Portland Oregon in 1972 and was a crew member when she was decommissioned in 1973.|
|Erdmann, Ed||LT||Jun 1, 1973 – Dec 17, 1973||OPS||Decommissioning OIC.|
There are currently no planned reunions.