The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Mullany (DD 528). 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 21 crew members registered for the USS Mullany (DD 528).
|Moorehead, Luther W. (Wes)||CS1||1951 – 1955||Supply||Recommissioned in 1951 . I was a Seaman when I boarded her and Left as First Class Petty Officer.|
|Mabey, Skip||1954 – 1955|
|Sommers, Jerry||Sonar First Class||1956 – 1958||Gunnery||I remember the rescue well, how about the Quemoy crisis off the China mainland like to hear from those that remember it.t|
|Kruger, David||LTJG||Nov 1957 – Jan 1959||CIC Officer||Served in Mullany when we left Kaoshung, Taiwan to rescue the injured crewmen on that Portugese Tanker that had an engine room explosion. We had a great crew. I think CDR Desmond was CO back then.|
|McClung, Louis||bt||Nov 1958 – Oct 1960||eng bt shipfitr||looking for anyone who remembers my best buddy Charles Archer who was from Ohio all so Jerry Whitworth the 3 of us also went through boot together.|
|Polick, Jerry||RM2||Apr 1959 – Jun 1959||none||I was assigned to TDY barracks as Master at Arms while the ship was in dry dock. I didn't get to go aboard, but for 2months she was my home.|
|Morton, Ralph W.||SN||Jul 1963 – Dec 1965||1st||I heard that Lt. Poe died in VN about 1968. Don't know if true or not. What happened to BN2 Moten? Great guy!|
|Kollander, Daryl. (Drupy)||mm-3||1964 – 1966||after engine room||retired every day is Saturday|
|Miles, Jim||EM3||Dec 20, 1965 – Jan 6, 1969||"R" Division||Loved the ship and shipmates. Hated the ungodly heat in "Main Control" and sleep deprivation|
|Cheney, Jay||LT(JG)||1966 – 1967||Supply Department||USS Mullany was my first ship and I was blessed with a great Supply Department and a superb CO in CDR. John Everngam. Mullany set the stage for my 29 year career and I have wonderful memories of both her and her crew.|
|Oakley, John||IC2||Jan 1966 – May 1967||R||Would like to hear from any shipmate who remembers me. LT. Nutt where are you??|
|Carpentier, Charlie||bm3||Aug 1966 – Jan 1969||first||Lots of memories from two and a half years and 2 Westpac tours. Warmly remember the Wells brothers, Al Chavez, Frank Martinez and too many to mention.|
|Lindsey, Aubrey||BTFN||1967 – 1968||B-Gang||Survived the Sattiewhite stabbings on board at sea, and Typhoon during the Pueblo rescue convoy (that was called off).|
|Harris, Alan||BM2||May 1967 – Apr 1969||1st||Came on board as SA. Left as BM2. 2 West Pac tours.. Anybody out there from those days? Brian Mulligan, Deitz, Owens, Chavez, Hoffman, etc|
|David, Long||Seaman||Mar 1969 – Dec 1970||1st||Hi to all who served. Was onboard when we became a Reserve Training Ship. Was a leading Seaman in Deck Division. Served in all four mounts, later as Helmsman during GQ and refueling, unreps. Crew was a team.|
|Pytlak, Joseph||ICFN||Apr 1969 – Sep 1969||E||1st ship. Retired 1995.|
|Sanders, Sandy||sn||Jul 1969 – Jul 1970||ftgsn||Who was the Master Chief Petty Officer FT during this time??|
|Parkos, David||DC-3||Sep 1969 – Oct 6, 1971||R||I was amoung the last crew mermbers to serve aboard the Mullany. I was a Damage Controlmen 3rd class|
|Magellan, Mark||FR||Dec 1969 – Dec 1969||Two weeks Boot Camp & Two weeks out to sea. The Mullany my first ship,puked my guts out down in the hole. Changed my rate to SA,did my two active , 28 more as Reserve (1 more active Desert Storm} Retired in 2000 as MSCM. GO NAVY!|
|Gallucci, Tom||e-5||Jan 3, 1970 – Apr 10, 1971||G||After 2 years on the Battleship New Jersey as a GM it was quite a transition going to a TIN can training Sea Cadets. The crew was like family and the ship atmosphere was relaxed..|
|Ballou, Glynn||BT 3||Jul 10, 1970 – Jan 10, 1971||B|
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