The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Okanogan (APA 220). 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 29 crew members registered for the USS Okanogan (APA 220).
|Larson, Roy E||MM3||1944 – Dec 13, 1945||Auxillary Engeneering||I was assigned to this ship from the time she was built and was on the "shake-down cruise off California . Then for all activity until we docked in Seattle in November 1945 I was in the boats as a MM on all landings|
|Owen, Marvin||Seaman||Jul 10, 1944 – Feb 10, 1946||USS Okanogan||Marvin Owen passed away August 30, 2006. He served his country during WW II on board the Okanogan.|
|Gudgel, Donald Don||SIGNALMAN 3RD CLASS||Nov 1944 – Sep 6, 1945||Com Trans 57|
|Peters, Kenneth||S1/c||Dec 4, 1944 – Oct 3, 1945||Boat Division||Do not miss it.|
|Kasten, Dwight||seaman||1953 – 1955||can't remember||Was signalman. Retired from real estate in 2008.|
|Warner, Clyde||SN||Jun 1953 – 1955||deck|
|Marker, Gerald||SH3||Oct 1954 – Apr 1956||S|
|Sanchez, Yldefonso (Bob)||seaman||Sep 29, 1955 – Sep 25, 1959||2nd division aboard ship|
|Ryle, Tom||BM3||Dec 1956 – Aug 1960||2nd div (boat group)||Trying To Get In Touch With Old Shipmates|
|Hunter, Warren||FN||1960 – Feb 1962||R||The WW ll Museum is here in New Orleans. The beginnings of it is an LCVP that several guys from here built after being stationed on APAs.|
|Krautkramer, James L. Krautkramer||EN 3RD CLASS PO||Dec 28, 1960 – Jul 14, 1963||"A" Dvision|
|Carter, Thomas||RD2||1961 – 1963||OI||Was a proud radarman on this ship and wish I had stayed longer. I am now retired and taking life easy in good health thankfully.|
|Tigue, Tom||IC2||Aug 15, 1961 – Dec 15, 1963||e|
|Pineda, Cipriano (Cp)||e5/en||Oct 1961 – Sep 1963||R||We took Marines from Camp Pendelton to Siagon|
|Stickley, Robert (B0b)||YN3||Sep 10, 1962 – Jun 19, 1964||Ship's Office||Currenty living in Gainesville Florida|
|Lytle, Donald (Don)||FTG3||Sep 20, 1962 – Dec 20, 1964||4th Division||12 SEP 2015- We have an active reunion organization and are having annual reunions. Any shipmate is welcome. Some of you guys are getting pretty old, I wouldn't know about that, myself, but there's no age limit...|
|Cortez, Ec 'Zeke'||Commander||1964 – 1965||11th Naval District||Biography (Scuttlebutt) now published with many references to the Okonagan), its crew and as well as WWII anecdotes and photographs including glossary and 14 chapters of navy historical info. Lists captains mid-1960s|
|Hayes Jr, Emmett E||BM 3||Apr 7, 1964 – Jan 31, 1967||Boat Group 2nd div|
|Warnholtz, Malcolm||BT 2||Jul 20, 1964 – 1967||Engeniering B division|
|McKaskle, Ron (Mac)||SM2||Jan 4, 1965 – Dec 20, 1969||OS||Retired USCG|
|David, Meierhoff||EN3rd class||Jan 7, 1965 – Nov 17, 1967||A Division Engine|
|Mulick, Garry||SK-1||Jun 1965 – Jul 28, 1967||Supply||I would like to talk to anyone aboard in supply at that time, especiall our supply officer Mr. Sprague|
|Mulick, Garry W.||SK-3||Jun 1965 – Jul 28, 1967||Supply|
|Mc Mullen, William ( Mac)||SF2||Jun 5, 1965 – Sep 16, 1968||Repair|
|Dean, Floyd/buddy||E-5||Nov 1965 – 1968||Shipfitters||Would like to connect with fellow crew members on the U.S.S. Okanogan.|
|Curry, Dave||EM2||1966 – Nov 1969||DON'T REMEMBER||GLAD THAT IS OVER|
|Terrazaas, Joseph||RD2||Jul 1966 – Nov 1969||Operations||Originally assigned to deck force, reassigned to operations soon after. 1st tour transported Marines to DaNang where stationed as hotel ship.|
|Johns, Charles||BM3||Aug 19, 1968 – Feb 5, 1970||Deck||The OK was my best duty of the three ships that I served on. Captain Galitan was great.|
|Abbott, Tom (Pete)||SN Gunnersmate division||Feb 1969 – Feb 1970||deck force GunnersMate||I remember Captain Gallatin. He always wore a great smile. It was my first ship. They placed me in the GunnersMate division. We did WestPac training exercises off San Clemente Island. Practicing firing the 40mm guns.|
There are currently no planned reunions.