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USS Salamonie (AO 26) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Salamonie (AO 26). 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 Salamonie (AO 26).

Wagner, VargChief Gunners MateJul 5, 1940 – Jul 5, 194613th division
Wilson, RileyRMSA-RM2Jun 1, 1949 – Oct 10, 1951OperationsAfter making RM2 was transferred to USS Whitley AKA-91 at Norfolk VA left the USN Nov 28, 1952. Went to work in communications for the Union Pacific Railroad and retired 40 years later in Portland OR.
Wetnight, Harold BillBT3Mar 10, 1951 – Mar 31, 1953boiler roomserved under capt. Todd
Gogats, CarlMML3Mar 1952 – Apr 1954engeineer liberty lauch /maintaince Captain's heating systemtransferred to USS Beltrami AK162 because they promised to send to refrigeration school got screwed told me I had to re enlist to attend Todd on was the best commander you could ever have
Garrett, JosephMM31957 – 1959MachineryLog Room after short stint in the Engine Room
Wages, WilliamRM3-21958 – 1960operationsLeft Navy in 1960 - Reupped in 1961.....2nd ship
Bianco, JohnDMS3Jul 15, 1958 – Jul 15, 1959Deck
Brousseau, EdwardSeaman , Boatsman mateApr 1959 – Feb 1963DeckGreat ship ,great time
Styles, RobertBT2Dec 1959 – Dec 1961B Div.Left ship to attend classB school in Philly. Retired in 1978 BTC.
Felske, Phillipgmg3Jun 1, 1962 – Jun 1, 19643rd
Freemann, RichardSK3Oct 1962 – May 1963SupplyServed during Cuban Blockade and then Mediterranean cruise.
Plumley, RobertMachnist Mate1963 – 1964M DivisionI am currently retired in N.C., enjoy woodturning, gardening, our grandchildren and great-grands. Have pet named: Darla. Good times on Med. and Car. cruise in war time, off the coast of Vietnam. Didn't hv photo's of serv
Ziegler, DanielRM2Mar 9, 1963 – Aug 8, 1965OperationsServed on the Salamonie after being transfered from the Neosho.
Barber, JohnE-3/SNDec 26, 1963 – Jun 15, 1964Deck Division
Allen, BobGMG3Feb 4, 1964 – Aug 22, 19673RD divison
Keske, TomMM2Nov 1964 – Dec 1968MSpent over 4 years in Sal's engine room.
Degnan, BillSFP31965 – 1967R division
White, Alanbm3Aug 1965 – Dec 19691st divisionIt would be good to hearing from some one.
Collins, PatrickPN3Aug 1, 1965 – Jul 1, 1967DeckWorked in deck office. Published plan of Day, deck dept watch bill reported to XO & Deck Dept LT.
Barber, JohnE-3/SNSep 26, 1965 – Sep 15, 1966Operations Division
Page, Ken PageE-3Oct 15, 1965 – Jul 15, 1967R
Hamlin, JerryCS 2Mar 5, 1966 – Jan 15, 1967SupplyI went aboard ship in Naples Italy and adventually transferred to USS Neptune which was being transferred to West Coast In November 1967 I received orders for shore duty in Vietnam Camp Tien Sha, a supply depot. Lov TET
Gilliam, JohnMM2Mar 10, 1966 – Oct 27, 1968MServed in engine room on port throttle. Member of the Salamonie string band listed in our book.
Elliott, MarkFTG-3Jun 1, 1966 – Aug 28, 1968Third Division (Guns)All onboard taught me a great deal. I received an early release from active duty to attend college. After graduation, worked 36 years for the phone company, retiring as a Const. Mgr.; Navy school & OJT helped greatly.
Whiteside, TerryBM 3Sep 26, 1966 – Jun 24, 19681 st divtransfered aboard from NSA Danang Vietnam. Born in Canada. Proudly served. Do it again
Tabone, Joseph profile iconftg3Oct 1966 – Sep 26, 19683rdretired living in Jacksonville fl.

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