The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Maddox (DD 731). 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 24 crew members registered for the USS Maddox (DD 731).
|Jones, Mel||Machinist Mate 3rd Class||Nov 25, 1942 – Oct 15, 1945||3rd Fleet||I remember the time our ship was hit by a Japanese suicide pilot and there was 8 killed and 3 injured.|
|Cameron, John French||sonar||1944 – 1945||sonar||My father, John F. Cameron was proud of his service on the 731 Maddox in the Pacific during WWII. He is now deceased, 2000. He always spoke fondly of his friend Louis Latham, lost Jan 21, 1945.|
|Winstanley, Donald||ET3||Mar 1, 1953 – Jun 15, 1954||Tare||The best DD in the fleet|
|McDonald, Cedell||Sn||Oct 1, 1954 – Mar 15, 1956||Forward Deck Division|
|Raines, Al||BT 3||Feb 1961 – Mar 1964||M|
|Stokhaug, Dennis (Stokes)||DC3||Apr 20, 1961 – Aug 10, 1964||R Division||Looking for crew members to join Maddox Association. Please contact me for an application and information. Reunion 2015 will be held in Wichita, Ks, September 10-13.|
|Craig, Charles S (Chuck)||EM3||1962 – 1963||R|
|Ueckert, Harold||RD-3||Nov 1962 – Sep 1963||OI|
|Gillespie ( Lopez ), Clifford (Loupee)||FN||1963 – 1966||M -- Supply||I was a BT from 1963 to Aug. 4, 1964 Got Heat stroke was not able to take the heat. Cheif Cook ask if I want to Cook. Started cooking Aug. 1964 Never changed my rate.|
|Schmidt, Eugene||MM2||Jan 5, 1965 – Jan 19, 1965||Engineering||Originally a Carrier Sailor, (USS ESSEX) I served aboard Maddox only two weeks. Being from Michigan, California in January was great. Going from carriers to tin cans was a huge change. Enjoyed the reunion in 2016.|
|Du Bois, Donald||BMSN||Aug 1965 – Aug 1966||WESPAC COMSERV7||I will be 64 in January of 2011. I miss not having some one to reminice with about those days. I would like to hear from anyone who might remember me. I was in company 032 then 047 in San Diego boot camp in jan 1965. trans. to Danang in 66.|
|Stout, Terril (Joe)||BTFN||Nov 1, 1965 – Aug 1967||M||Great crew in the forward fire room.|
|Croix, John||MM2||1966 – 1969||M|
|Grosshans, John||EM1||Jan 15, 1966 – May 26, 1969||R|
|Croix, John||MM2||Aug 1966 – Jun 1970||M||Love to hear from anyone who served with me.|
|Meyer, Robert Bob||sm3||Aug 30, 1966 – Apr 20, 1967||Signal Gang||i got my sm3 stripe after i got aboard the Maddox dd731|
|Gorin, Bernie||SMSN||1968 – 1968||OPS||An experience that will remain special to me forever.|
|Stose, William||SA||1968 – 1969||First Division||I arrived when the ship arrived from Vietnam. Most of the crew got out of the Navy. We were transferred to a Reserve Ship Type II. We were underway more than the fleet ships we did not deploy.|
|Dugan, Joseph||QM3||1968 – Dec 1968||OPS||Great WESTPAC Cruise. Saw action during Operation Sea Dragon. We enjoyed the company of a Ship's Dog. A Dachshund named "LB" (Long Beach)|
|Hyer, Roy||RM2||Dec 26, 1968 – Jul 6, 1972||OC||Decommissioning crew|
|Steagall, Benjamin||Electricians Mate PO3||Jul 20, 1969 – Apr 20, 1970||Electrical||I was assigned to the Maddox after surviving the collision between the Frank E Evans and the HMAS Melbourne. The Maddox was a Reserve Training ship and we made several memorial cruises prior to my discharge 4-20-1970|
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|Draper, Jim||sksn||Oct 1, 1969 – Aug 1, 1970||Supply|
|Frost, Rex||EM2||May 1970 – Sep 1970||Repair||I really enjoyed my tour on the Maddox. When I was on it we trained reserves. We got to go to great places Acapulco and MazatlÃ¡n Mexico. We went to Portland , OR . We were scheduled to go to Hawaii but got decommissioned|
|Till, Daniel||SR||Feb 25, 1972 – Mar 28, 1972||first||my first ship after washing out of radar school I'll never my lpo a 1/c BM named Jackson, he was a big guy but he treated everyone fairly.I was tdy while waiting for the USS Wichita to return from deployment.|
There are currently no planned reunions.