The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Safeguard (ARS 25). 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 Safeguard (ARS 25).
|Bloom, Glen||DCFN||1952 – 1953||11-37||Just looking to see what any of the old crew are doing, and if they are still alive. I especialy would like to find out how my friend Jim Gillete is doing. And I was glad to find out the ship is still being used.|
|Stewart, John C.||PN 2||Aug 1958 – Feb 1960||Clarical||Did one westpac tour winter of 58. Was qualified as a diver onboard DVS(later Navy did away with Salvage was uped to DV 2. Will correspond with any shipmates who was aboard when I was.|
|Green, Robert||FIREMAN DC||1959 – 1961||shipfiters||Looking for Joehandson Chief enginer and Eward Meinsor GM3|
|Allen, Ronald||ICFN||1961 – 1962||E DÃ¬v||Not one of my brightest moments in my Navy Career.Transfered to USS Ponchatoula (AO 148)|
|Morey, Bill||BM3||Jan 1961 – Jan 1965||DV||I came to the Safeguard straight out of bootcamp...For the most part enjoyed my time aboard, except when I had to work under BMC Jones...he was a jerk.....enjoyed the trips the the far east each year...|
|Homicz, Henry||SN||Apr 1961 – Aug 1962||Make my 1st WesPac cruise on the Safeguard. I enjoy the tour very much would not mind dueing it again. I'd liketo hear from anyone that was in the Deck Dept and Supply Dept. I started out in deck then went to Supply.|
|Frederickson, Joe||SA-SM3||Sep 8, 1963 – Dec 18, 1965||Operations||From deckape to Signalman Third Class, two WestPacs with Vietnam service. In touch 2004 with former CO, XO and division officer. CO now in his 80s,living in Texas. Would never trade my two years in Safeguard at age 18. Now at 58, flags still flying.|
|Cravens, Charles||BM3 DV2||1964 – 1965||Deck||While I'm not sure about the dates it was the best command I was ever on. Being a DVR was one of the greatest expiences of my life. Great ship great crew great friends. Hey Fischer!|
|Hooper, Leslie||Gunners Mate 3rd Class||1964 – 1968||Gunners Mate||I served aboard Safeguard ARS 25 from 1964-1968, gunners mate 3rd class,good times, real good times, made a lot of friends. Best years of my life. Would like to hear from Dick Genobels or David Anges.|
|Fordyce (Hays), Monty (Mike)||EN3||Nov 1964 – Aug 1967||Engineering||I liked most of the people I worked with, particularly Jim Howard. But, I have no love for that ship or the hole I worked in, I bare the scars to this day.|
|Genobles, Dick||SM(dv)||Nov 1, 1964 – Sep 1, 1968||Operations||Was aboard 64-68 sure would like to hear from anyone that was aboard during that time.|
|Genobles, Richard||E-5||Dec 12, 1964 – Sep 21, 1968||Operations||Started as a deck ape them went to the bridge and when Joe got his crow I became a sm striker. Also was a diver.I have to say those were the best years of my life. After Safeguard I had to get serious.|
|Flores, Augustin Monteclaro||1965 –||Galley||I am very old now and I dont remember exactly what dates I was aboard the Safguard. I was aboard while I was in Viet Nam. If you were aboard during Viet Nam, please say hello.|
|Lofgren, Donald||RM||1965 – 1967||Operatioms||The Safeguard was good ship to be on, but being a young, dumb punk of a kid I was not the best sailor on her. Stopped drinking in 79, had a real good life since then. Pray that all you Safeguard sailors are doing well.|
|Turhahn@sbcglobal.net, Thomas||BM||Jun 21, 1965 – 1969||DECK||DOUG MCQUIRE BM3|
|Jones, David||E-3||Aug 16, 1965 – Dec 13, 1966||Galley/Deck||Need info about our Vietnam experiences email me We were on land in DaNang..but when?|
|Harris, Mason||CT3/QM||Mar 15, 1967 – Jul 1968||Operations||My being part of this crew was a great experience. I was doing what I was supposed to be doing in life. I really miss the friendships that were forged. I would enjoy hearing from any of my former shipmates.|
|Schem, John (Bosn)||CWO2||Dec 1967 – Jan 1968||1st Lt. & Weopons Officer||Hated to leave her. Would like to hear about boatswains Fisher, Davis and Lt. Bob Foster.|
|Isley, Stephen (Steve)||Nov 1968 – Apr 5, 1972||SF-2 DV-2|
|Wilkins, Logan||FN||1969 – 1971||R- Div.||I came aboard The Safeguard when it was in dry dock in Pearl Harbor in 1969 and left after completing the West-Pac tour in 1971. Spent time on the diving operation in the Qua Viet River and rode out Typhoon Betty Taiwan.|
|Pennebaker Sr., William E.||BM3||1970 – Mar 1971||Deck Division|
|Gardner, Louis J. (Jim)||BM1||Jan 1970 – Apr 1973||DECK|
|Van De Mark, Paul||BM||Nov 1970 – Dec 1971||Deck||Served on USS Safeguard ARS 25 1970-1971 & USS Grapple ARS 7 1968-1970. Approved for Agent Orange benefits on Safeguard 1971-Cam Ranh Bay.|
|Christianson, Mark||SN||1972 –||Deck|
|Baker, David||EN2||1975 – 1976||A and M|
|Crout, Keith||EN3||Sep 1975 – Mar 1979||B-1 andB-2 fuel and water king||just wonder about shipmates|
There are currently no planned reunions.