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USS La Moure County (LST 1194) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS La Moure County (LST 1194). 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 414 crew members registered for the USS La Moure County (LST 1194).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1985 | 1986 – 1989 | 1990 – 1992 | 1993 – 1995 | 1996 – 1998 | 1999 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Francis, GeorgeCPL USMCJan 1974 – Jan 19743rd battalion 6th Marines India Co.only on her for a short time. We were called the Gypsies Of the Med. because we changed ships 5 times while there.
Barker, StephenQM3Jan 5, 1974 – Sep 14, 1977OPERATIONSEnjoyed my time on the ship. Sad to see the end of her.
Whorton, DavidEM (SW)Jun 1974 – Dec 1979A/E/RGlad to see some of you guys are still out there. Went through lots on that old bucket. Med, a few Gitmos, & who knows how many North Atlantic's.
McDonald, Ray "allan"RM3Aug 1974 – May 1976OperationsI had a lot of good times on the La Moure County and was sad to hear of her fate. She deserved a better ending.
JOHNSON, EDWARDEN3Nov 1974 – Aug 1977A-GANG &#2 ENGINE ROOMHERE IT IS AUGUST 2006 IM JUST LEARNED ABOUT THE SHIP HAPPENED UPON THIS WEB SITE. WOW COULD NOT BELEIVE WILL SADLY MISS.
Archambault, Allen "Archie"BT - 3Nov 18, 1974 – Apr 30, 1976EngineeringI enjoyed meeting and serving with all you crazy snipes, espexially my buddy sergio flores a hull tech fn.
McCarter, James (Silky Duck)SHNov 24, 1974 – May 11, 1979ships servicemanlooking for some old friends
McGivney, StevenEN21975 – May 1979MBeing a snipe missed alot of the fun on the ship, spent most of my time down below. Worked my way up from running #3 aux. to running main control. We where the 1st navy ship in 30 years to make the Murmansk run, and Russian missle fired under us.
Barnes, JohnnyFTG21975 – 1978WeaponsHope the reunion happens. Hate to see the old girl go but she was a tough one.
Creekmore, ClaytonGMG1975 – 1979Gun gangStarted out as a deck ape, ended up in the gun gang. We were always as it seemed underway
Mumma, KennethEM31975 – 1979R division
Sollars, Markos21975 – Jun 23, 1978opsGreat time served with some great people
Manning, RobertHM21975 –OX DivisionI didn't know this existed. I was a Corpsman Striker. Hung out with Shellhammer; Sollars and Lester. Played cards in Sick Bay. It's been a long time. Good Memories.
Cox, GeorgeE-1 - E-4Jan 1975 – 19773rd div gunnersmateremember some good times. North Alantic was a blast. Anyone know where Ens. Behany wound up?
O'Quinn, DavidQM3Mar 1, 1975 – Dec 20, 1977OPSFond memories of the time and friends I met
Zaitz, EdEM3Mar 4, 1975 – Aug 25, 1980R E GangI hope everyone is still alive. God bless you all.
Carrere, MattBMSNApr 15, 1975 – Dec 23, 19781stI would like to hear from guys I served with.
Murphy, WalterEM2Oct 1975 – Aug 1977R I had the best shipmates in the USN on that ship and I have wondered what became of you all. I pray that you have been blessed in life and are pursuing great hobbies as Eddie and I are.Old farts of the finest kind.
Coulson, DennisOS2Oct 10, 1975 – Oct 14, 1979OIMiss my ship mates Rick Davis, Kris A, John Shellhammer and Mark Solars had a hell of a time she sure could roll in them seas
Bales, DonnieE2Nov 10, 1975 – Nov 11, 1978First DivisionWould like to hear from crew mates
Jones, ClintGMGSA1976 – Sep 26, 1977WeaponsLooking for old shipmates to email and reconnect with.
Nix, GarySM3Jun 1976 – Mar 1978OpsSure was glad to see SM2 Horton. knew I could not get out of gitmo and Fenn showed up in time to get out of the meds.
Woodard, Stanleyos3Jun 10, 1976 – Aug 15, 1979opsI remember alot of of the os and boatwainmates.nice to see you guys are still around.
Tyson, Robertms3Jul 1976 – Jun 1980supplyWas my first ship. Best time in my life. Miss all the good times. Wish I could find some of the guys. Like big Tex, and dog chacher biggs. Sorry the old girl is gone
Christy, RalphIC2Sep 1976 – Nov 1980EngineeringI remember the Murmansk run as well. Man it was cold!!! Also did two trips to the Med for Iran hostage crisis. Glad the old girl went down fighting!
Davis, RickOS2Sep 1976 – 1980OIBags, coulson, halstead, bishop loved the midwatch. midrats sucked. steel beach cook outs. man that girl rolled in heavy seas. blue nose
Nelson, TonyE3Sep 1, 1976 – May 20, 1979ANYBODY REMEMBER "SILKY DUCK" OR "BIG LOU" OR THE ARTIC CIRCLE GAME OF EATING THE CHERRY OUT OF THAT FAT @#$%^ BELLY BUTTON.GREAT MEMORIES
Narde, John/nardsRM3Oct 10, 1976 – Nov 9, 1979communicationsGREAT MEMORIES GREAT GUYS HAD A BALL
Harned, AlanENGINEMAN2ND CLASSOct 15, 1976 – May 28, 1980enginering,decided to check up on ship, i find out you guys run it aground & everybody gets to shoot it up
Asaro, PeteEM2Dec 1976 – Oct 1979EThe BOW RAMP. Great when it worked right. My drinking buddy Zack, the gang in the electric shop, the Mumma's, making VIP placks for everything and everyboby. Undercover ambush phase 1 & 2. Peanut butter, pineapple and hotdogs for 45 days..
Wolynetz, MikeRM21977 – 1980Radio
Huebner, John profile iconEN11977 – 1978Eng.
Lemoine, GregSM21977 –OPS
Dawson, Robert (Bob)BM-3Jan 3, 1977 – Jan 1, 1981Second divisionBoy, was a sad day when I found out they sank the old lady! Had lots of good friends and good times, nice to see some of the old names here, hope all are doing well and stay safe. Anybody remember "Fast Eddie" ?
Horton, FennSM2Mar 15, 1977 – Jul 15, 1980Operationsstarted miserably in the Philly shipyards, Gitmo, Murmansk, blue noses, back to back Med cruises, the biggest signal bridge in the Navy, great experience
Terrado, PablitoSR to MS3Apr 1977 – Nov 1979Deck to S-2My first ship. This is where I had my most of fun as a sailor. I'm retired now. Retired in 1997. I was an MS3 when I left the La Moure County. I remember Tony Zayas, he was a good friend of mine from New York City.
Crane, GaroldE-3Apr 1977 – Jan 1979Engineering
Labbe, HowardYN2May 15, 1977 – May 14, 1981OPSSorry to see the ship go down that way. Had alot of good times on there and met some really good life time friends. Hey Ralph! John! Boobie!
Zayas, TonyEM3Sep 1977 – Aug 1980
Toney, RobertBM 3Sep 1977 – Jul 19812ND DIVISION I salute all whom served and sailed on this slow, hot , cramped, wave rolling old gal. Took me half way around the world but would bring you home. God bless you.Get in touch love to talk to you.
Gainer, Guy "Boobie"YN2Sep 20, 1977 – Apr 21, 1981X DivisionOf all the crews I served with, the Lady LaMoure's the one I have the fondest memories of. Shout out to Willie Jones, Howard Labbe, Troy Nelson, Bill Semar and Ronald Parham.
Hammargren, MarkSM2Oct 1977 – Jun 1980COMMRetired Dec 2002 after 26 Years - LCDR/6490 Security LDO - Good memories of the Signal Gang (SMC Blow, SM1 Devine, SM2 Horton) Looking ahead to reunion 6/09. Live in San Antonio, TX and a Manager with Battelle Memorial Institute.
Simoneau, ScottEN3Dec 13, 1977 – Jul 20, 1981BJust browsing the net and was surprised to see, that the ship was no more.

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