The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Samuel N. Moore (DD 747). 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 26 crew members registered for the USS Samuel N. Moore (DD 747).
|Culver, Bob||Jun 2, 1944 – Jun 25, 1945|
|Edge, Woodard||seaman first class||Oct 16, 1945 – Sep 16, 1948||ordinance division|
|Justice, Richard||Lieutenant (Junior Grade)||Mar 1948 – Oct 1950||Engineer||I am Dick Justice's son, John. Just wanted to add an entry for him. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org.|
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|Oliver, Cecil||MM3||Jun 1950 – Feb 1951||Engineering|
|Bohler, Lloyd||EM2||1951 – 1955||Electrical||Interested in communicating with other crew members who remember Communist China (PRC) submarine we boarded that was on fire that I and another Sailor helped put out on a Korean trip or when the Chinese shelled us.|
|Willingham, Lawrence, (Jim)||EN2||Feb 9, 1952 – Feb 3, 1956||Engineering|
|Gibson, David (Hoot)||GMG3||Feb 1955 – Jul 1959||RAMMIN SAMMY=I BELIVED RAMMIN SAMMY GOT THE KNICK NAME FOR RUNNING INTO THE PIER AT ( OKNIOWA ) IF I AM WRONG LET KNOW,.MY BROTHER ALFRED GIBSON SN SERVED ON BOARD|
|Krogh, David||so2||Feb 1955 – Feb 1956||SONAR||I have attended many of the dd 747 reunions.|
|Andrew, Gary||DK2||Mar 1956 – Sep 1959||Supply||October 2014 Retired and enjoying life with my wife of 42 years. Spent most of my gainfully employed years in Investment Banking & Brokerage Securities (stocks & bonds). Remember many days in our small supply office.|
|Valero, Ray||first class petty officer||Jun 15, 1957 –||dont remember||My Name is Benjamin I'm the son of a proud Navy Man who served on the Rammin Sammie 53'-57'. My Dad just passed away and I know he would have wanted to write you guy's. He was so proud of his service on the dd747|
|Wilkinson, Gary D.||SN||Jun 12, 1959 – May 28, 1962||Deck, Medical, Radio||Home-ported Long Beach, CA. Made two WestPac tours, visiting Hawaii, Japan, Okinawa, Hong Kong, Philippines. Also tours to Seattle and Everett, WA. Conducted cold weather operations off the Aleutian Islands (Adak).|
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|Russell, Donald||E3||Jan 4, 1961 – Sep 20, 1964||first|
|Kase, Gary||MIDSHIPMAN||Jun 1961 – Jul 1961||Engineering||Was on a midshipmen cruise. Learned a lot, eventually failed out of college and went active as enlisted, retired in 1986 as a DSCM (SW).|
|Bellmyer, Elmer||mm1||Jun 1961 – Apr 1965||a||on a dd in "A" you worked with it all|
|Cain, William||RMSN - RM3||Jul 1961 – Apr 1963||CR||I had quite a ride on the Moore. Check out my web site at www.blcain.com for this and my other duty stations.|
|Groves, Tom||SA>YN3||Jan 3, 1962 – May 10, 1963||X||LCDR Bush (XO) designated me a YN Striker after my first month aboard ship in the Deck Force. I was a YN3 in the Captain's Office, then transferred to USS Colahan (DD 658) . I remember being quite impressed with the skipper, CDR Bohlken.|
|Cole, Gene||TM2||Nov 25, 1963 – May 16, 1965||TM||Gene Cole passed in 1999, and due to me filing for him at for his VA benefits and the navy record keeping his medals might be revolked. I am looking for anyone who knew him. Please contact me.|
|Cole, Franklin||RM3||1964 – 1964||radioman||my last name is cole.a guy named foggy made our coffee in the radio shack in 64 we were 90 miles off nam. is anyone alive who was aboard at that time ?|
|Brown, Mike||RD3||Jan 5, 1964 – Aug 27, 1965||OI Division||On board for Westpac 1964 - On board at Gulf of Tonkin engagement. CDR Cerney was the Captain and LCDR David L Jones was the Exec. Flew our "Station Ship South China Sea" flag at all unreps and bugle played charge|
|Johnson, Thomas||BM3||Dec 12, 1965 – Dec 10, 1967||1st||Rammin Sammy was on a WestPac cruise when I reached her in Yokusuka, Japan, we completed that in April hit the drydock in Long Beach WestPac again in early fall of 66 and again in midsummer 67|
|Lehrkind, Paul Lance||RM2||Oct 1, 1966 – Oct 25, 1969||OC||Made two Westpac cruises and participated in shore bombardment during the Vietnam War.|
|Meyer, John||ET1/ETC||Nov 1966 – Nov 1967||OE||Came aboard as an ET1 and departed as ETC|
|Glick, Phillip||ETN3||Dec 25, 1967 – Apr 1969||OPERATIONS||ABOARD XMAS DAY DURING A RECALL OF SHIP'S CREW. GOT UNDERWAY & FOLLOWED A RUSSIAN TRAWLER FOR ABOUT 10 DAYS. ON WESTPAC CRUISE IN 68 & 69. DID SHORE FIRE SUPPORT ON MEKONG RIVER N. OF VUNG TAU. TRANSF. ARRIV.@ L.BEACH|
|Peters, Dennis||FN ? MR3||1968 – 1970||R Division|
|Wasik, Gerald||PO3/EM3||Jan 28, 1968 – May 24, 1969||R DIV.|
|Millican, Bob||RD3||Mar 1969 – Aug 1969||Operations||I was only onboard a short while. It was my first duty station in the (regular) Navy after returning from in country Vietnam, Mobile Riverine Force. It was a tough time for me but I really liked that ship and crew.|
There are currently no planned reunions.