The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Grasp (ARS 24). 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 16 crew members registered for the USS Grasp (ARS 24).
|Poling, Daniel||QM3||Jun 1961 – Jul 1964|
|Rekstad, Larry||SN||Jan 21, 1966 – Oct 15, 1967||deck force|
|Edwards, Michael||QM3||Aug 1966 – Feb 1969||OPS|
|Martinez, Alberto||Dec 19, 1967 – Sep 20, 1969||Need to locate other shipmate between 1967 and 1969.|
|Trail, Bill||E3||Mar 7, 1968 – Oct 31, 1969||deck crew|
|Jeane, Charles Clinton||SEAMAN||Dec 30, 1968 – Nov 28, 1970||deck|
|Bezanson, Steven||ETR-5||Jul 1969 – Jul 1971||Electronics||First duty station after schooling. 3 wonderful tours in Vietnam and got married. Learned a lot while aboard about troubleshooting|
|McGrath, John||EN3||Aug 1969 – Jun 1970||Engineering|
|Hodge, Chuck||SEAMAN||Aug 1, 1969 – May 1, 1970|
|Stephens, Maurice||EM2||Jun 1, 1970 – Jun 1, 1972||E||RAELLY HAD SOME GOOD TIMES ON THE ISLAND SURVEILLANCES AND WESTPAC CRUISES. FINALLY RETIRED IN 1991. HOPE TO HEAR FROM SOME OLD SHIPMATES. WHERE ARE YOU AT EM1 BAZA AND EN1 CRABTREE?|
|Heaney, David||HM1 (DV)||Mar 1973 – Jun 1976||Bureau of Medicine & Surgery||onboard as an HM2 (DV) independent duty MDR. Love work diving. Great experiences onboard.|
|Dunkin, Jed||SN||Dec 28, 1973 – Jan 1976||Deck Force||The best crew ever went a lot of places and through a lot of things together and these guys will always be my brothers. I'm sad to report that we have lost some of them but they will always be remembered.|
|Tisthammer, Allen (Al)||E-3/EM3||Jan 1, 1974 – Jun 12, 1976||E||Two WSTPACs changed home port from Guam to Pearl. Still in contact & work with EM2 Zaragoza and EN3 Jim Howard. What a great ship and crew! Doc H we had a few beers and you took great care of us!|
|Sitka III, John||QM3||Jan 15, 1975 – Nov 30, 1976||Ops||under 2 captains, QMCs Pohinia and QMC Toupal, Qm2 Rick Crane, a few great freinds QM3 Boyer, Qm3 Grigware, RM3 Miller OS3 Soresen, OSSN Petersen, SM2 Stankawich and many more. Love Hawaii and the WESTPAC|
|Moore, Jeff||BM3||Jan 1, 1976 – Mar 30, 1978||First||The Best Ship that went to The Best Places... most of the time. Always looking but never finding you guys. Did'nt forget your names either. love to hear from everyone. Be Well - seaman "j" moore|
|French, Randy||PO3 Gunners Mate Guns||Apr 1976 – Mar 1978||DECK|
There are currently no planned reunions.