The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Cowell (DD 547). 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 25 crew members registered for the USS Cowell (DD 547).
|Hensley, Robert||E5/MM||Jul 1, 1952 – Jul 15, 1956||Ship||My son just found this site and is entering my information. I would be interested in going to a reunion.|
|Jordan, Franklin (Ike)||BTFN||Aug 15, 1952 – Mar 15, 1954||E division||My brother Bill and i were on the Cowell when she went on the world cruise in Ja. of 1953|
|Holguin, Ish||seaman||Nov 13, 1952 – Dec 13, 1956||l||I reside in El Paso Texas. I'm looking for two buddies by the names of Santana Saens of Alice Texas and Dale Young of Missouri.|
|Kraus, Vincent||Hm3||1958 – 1959||Quartermaster|
|Brown, Morris||RM3||May 10, 1958 – Nov 15, 1959||operations||enjoyed the south pacific cruise|
|Rawson, Bob||RD-3||Feb 1960 – Jun 1962||Operations||I served aboard as a Third Class Radarman|
|Adkisson, Paul||MM2||Dec 1960 – Sep 1961||M||A short tour because I was accepted in Nuclear Power School. (And actually passed)|
|Morse, Tom||FTG3||Oct 1962 – Oct 1964|
|Remus, Bob||emfa 1962||Nov 15, 1962 – Apr 1963||engineering|
|Higgins, MacK||SM3||Mar 13, 1963 – Nov 25, 1963||Operations||The USS Cowell was my 3 ship. And te last ship I service on.|
|Lewis, Charles||cs2||Oct 1963 – Jan 1967||supply||always happy to hear from shipmates that were aboard the cowell|
|Miller, David||SN||Nov 25, 1964 – Dec 31, 1965||Deck Force O1?||Brded Cowell n LngBch Nov 64 aftr her last WESPAC cruz She went rsrv shrtly thraftr. I rmbr attndng funeral for Cdr Berry in LB erly 65. Hmprt chngd 2 Hntrs Pt San Fran March(?) 65. Lookn for a cruz bk1964 WESPAC|
|Kies, Leonard||IC3||Apr 1965 – Dec 1966||R||Regular Navy crewmember on reserve trainer homeported in Hunter's Pt, San Fran. First sea duty after IC "A" School; outstanding homeport, ship, officers and crew... good times before Market Time Ops Vietnam.|
|Atwater, Norman||SFP-2||Aug 1, 1965 – Feb 1, 1967||R||A good ship and FAST Re did make over of after crew's head Shipmates contact me 864-209-8211 or email@example.com|
|Toriumi, Gerry||HM2||Jan 7, 1966 – Oct 14, 1966||Twelfth Naval District, San Francisco, California||I really enjoyed my assignment on the USS Cowell, as it was the only time, while I was in the Navy, that was on a ship at sea. We had two 2nd class gunners mates on board, that I grew up and went to high school with.|
|Watson, David||E-3||Apr 1966 – Sep 12, 1966||B-Div.||I was transferred to the USS Cowell from USS Midway , she was a Reserve Trainer, great duty and sailors.was asked to play for Ships Party @ Marines Memorial Building in San Francisco,Great Party!|
|McKnight, Bruce||BT1||Jul 10, 1966 – Aug 30, 1967||B Division||Great ship,Great crew.Captain Alvin Brand one of the best.After fireroom crew from that period give me a shout.We had the best engineering space on the ship. 203 233 3568|
|Musgrave, Larry||rd 3||Jan 10, 1967 – Sep 1967||cic||reserve trainer, great duty!!!|
|Stone, Iky||DC-2||Mar 7, 1967 – May 19, 1970||R-devision||I was on board 1967--1970, I was a damage controlman in R- division, would like to here from old shipmaits|
|Krathaus Jr., Albert||ETR2||Jul 19, 1967 – Jun 16, 1968||Operations||Fastest ship of any kind I ever served on. A good home.|
|Dickerson, Robert||YN3||Nov 1967 – Dec 10, 1968||ships office|
|Meadows, Richard||ET2||May 1968 – Jul 1968||OPERATIONS||Short duty station while waiting for USS Bainbridge to return from WestPac. Doing reserve training along the Pacific coast every two weeks!! Neat ship and very very fast...|
|Benefield, Gary||RD3||Mar 1969 – Feb 1971||OI||Stood Quarter Deck Watch on my 21st Birthday in Stockton, CA. Worked with RD1 Scroggins, RD2 Danny D. Brooks. Best liberty ports - Sacramento and Vancouver, BC. Best ride - the typhoon we encountered. Great Ship.|
|Burke, Richard||FTG3||Jul 1969 – Jan 1971||WG|
|Tollefson, Tom / Tat||FA||Feb 1970 – Jan 1971||engineering|
There are currently no planned reunions.