The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Chowanoc (ATF 100). 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 27 crew members registered for the USS Chowanoc (ATF 100).
|Horrocks, Frederick E.||EM 1||Jan 5, 1950 – 1953||Engineering||Did two 6 month tours to ADAK .Two trips to Panama. Two trips to Yokosuka.One to Wanson,Korea where I ended My Sea duty. Got My orders for shore duty. Ended my career in 1955 at PSNS.|
|Ackley, George||SN||Dec 1954 – Jul 1, 1955||Deck|
|Dana, Rodger||ET2||Nov 30, 1956 – Sep 25, 1958||Operations||My Fleet Tug duty was the best of my Navy career. I belong to the National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors,NAFTS.Visit www.NAFTS.com|
|Barff, Ed.||EN3||Apr 1960 – Feb 16, 1961||engineering||THE CHOWANOC WAS A GOOD VESSEL...WE WENT TO ADAK ALASKA..FOR 9:OS. PATROLED THE ALUTIANS.KODIAC WAS OUR LIBERTY PORT. WE HAD A GREAT CREW..AND OFFICERS.I STILL SEE MY FRIEND JOHN STANOVICH.WE BOTH LIVE IN EUREKA,CA.|
|Daubenschmidt, Tom Daubey||PN1||Oct 16, 1961 – Jul 31, 1963||ADMIN|
|Bakke, Jerry||EN3||Jan 23, 1962 – Apr 1, 1964||Engineering|
|McLeod, James||YN2||1963 – 1966||Admin||Deck force SN, Office YN3, YN2|
|Ryon, Doug||BM||1964 – 1965||Deck||Living in Rochester, N.Y.|
|Cranston, Tom||sm 3||1964 – 1965||sm bridge||has anyone heard from Tony Palombo QM? Was on the Chowanoc during same period I was|
|Syby, Douglas J||ETR2||Jul 1964 – Dec 1966||Operations||Great Duty|
|McKinnon, Gary MacK||shipfitter||1965 – 1967||enginering||got rammed in the bearing sea by a merchant ship [steel flyer] that lost its rudder in a storm, towed it for about a week until a yard tug took over,then we went to seattle dry dock for repairs.|
|Rogers, Doug||ENGINEMAN||Apr 1, 1965 – Nov 1, 1966||Engineering|
|Moffett, Thomas||EN2||Sep 1965 – Sep 1967||M|
|Remington, Doug||EN 3||1968 – Dec 15, 1971||engine room||Was on the ship for 3 west pacs. . In and out of Viet Nam many times.|
|McCauley, Tom||IC3||Sep 1968 – Feb 1969||Engineering|
|Reed, Terry||YN2||Oct 1968 – Aug 1969||ADMIN||I reported onboard in Danang, RVN. We made also made a interesting tow to Panama while I was onboard. I left CHOWANOC FOR navsupptact saigon in 1969.|
|Tata, John||LT||Jan 1969 – Jun 1970||XO|
|Stroud, Michael||SA||1970 – 1974||Deck||Rather good duty. I learned a lot, had a lot of good experiences, and visited some pretty interesting ports and islands. I liked being in the Deck Department. But I hated helm duty. I'm glad I was on this ship.|
|Mattei, Anthony||EN3||May 1, 1970 – May 1, 1971||Engineering||I'm looking to reuinite with my old buddies from my crew.|
|Ellison, David||PN3||Jul 17, 1970 – Jul 16, 1971||OPERATIONS||The USS Chowanoc (ATF-100) tied up to the pier in DaNang, RVN in May 1971. the crew was given liberty ashore. I was physically boots on the ground for liberty. VA requires proof. Can anyone provide?|
|Taylor, Paul||sn3||Jun 1, 1972 – Dec 1, 1973||deck|
|Llewellyn, Anthony (Tony )||IC3||Oct 4, 1973 – Dec 4, 1975||engineering||Getting caught up on my fellow crew members and stating that my time on the Chowanoc was some of the best and most memorable times of my life. A sailor's ship is truly an " Alma Mater"--Foster Mother. Go,Navy!|
|Delay, Jack||QMSN||1974 – 1975||NAVIGATION|
|Van Wyck, Bruce||EM-3||1974 – 1976||Engineer||Best thing i ever did was join the Navy.|
|Lundy, Bill Or Big Dog||MS3||Feb 1, 1975 – Sep 1, 1977||S-2 SUPPLY||SERVED ON SHIP UNTIL IT WAS DECOMMISSIONED IN 1977. IT WAS SOLD TO EQUADOR NOT AS A TUG BUT AS A SHIP TO CHASE OUR TUNA FLEET OFF THEIR COAST. SAD DAY IN MY NAVY CAREER.|
|Rosencrans, Mike||ETR2||Apr 1975 – 1977||Operations||2 westpac cruises, saw firefights along Vietnam coast, towed target sleds, visited tiny islands, became overexposed to trichloroethane resulting in CFS, Fibromialgia, and other disabilities. Mike Barrows, where are you?|
|Bishop, David||EM-3 at the time||Mar 1977 – Aug 1977||Electrical||My first real Navy experience. This was temporary duty between EM-A school and Nuclear power school. I thoroughly enjoyed the assignment because the ship had a great crew.|
There are currently no planned reunions.