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USS Ogden (LPD 5) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Ogden (LPD 5). 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 726 crew members registered for the USS Ogden (LPD 5).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1965 | 1966 – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1980 | 1981 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – 1998 | 1999 – 2001 | 2002 – 2003 | 2004 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Barker, LarryE31969 – 1971ship supply/deck crewJust so's you know, I survived!
Mond, RichardPN3Jan 1969 – Jun 1971X- DivisionI remember the laundry fire. A lot of smoke, even on the bridge.
Quinn, JohnSH3Feb 3, 1969 – Jan 10, 1971S1Ships barber during that period. Made 3 WESTPACs including the "turn around" with no leave granted. Was there for the laundry fire after the yards. Enjoyed the tour and the crew
Montroll, Nicholase3Feb 4, 1969 – Jun 28, 1971deck forcegreatest time of my life. love the helm. went to overboard station of laundry fire, oops. drank a few sam miguels. great friends.
Saxon, DougSP4 US ArmyFeb 4, 1969 – Feb 9, 1969TransportedOperation Bold Mariner, off Quang Ngai RVN. Well deck loaded w ACAVs. Spent about 5 days. Good food, movies... Even friendly Marines. Like a cruise. Ogden always on my mind
Quinn, John profile iconSA/SH3Feb 5, 1969 – Jan 13, 1971Supply S-1First ship of 4 Followed Ogden with USS Chevalier, USCGC Cape Small, USCGC Point Richmond. Met AL Dickgieser while I was in the Coast Guard. Retired CWO4 (Bosn) Aug 1996. See a lot of familiar names here!
Bellavia, Frank profile iconHm3Mar 1969 – Apr 1970MedicalGreat ship Great Crew. Was there during Laundry fire. Fun liberty ports Okinawa and Subic bay area. Retired as Machinery Repairman 1st Class in 1996.
Henson, JohnRM2Mar 28, 1969 – Feb 4, 1972OC/RGlad to find so many old friends/shipmates from the OPS Div and Radio Gang registered here. Proud to have served with all you folks. Look forward to hearing from any that care to correspond.
Lindberg, TomMm3Apr 1969 – Apr 1970MMemories are old and dim , but I do remember PO Mains and PO Sullivan (and his lovely bride) I went on to 8 years in submarines and then escaped to the outside.
O'Riley, DanSM3Jul 1969 – Dec 1971OCXO's mast because someone stole a case of dial soap, left unattended in Op's Compartment, and passed them out. XO said we were the cleanest thieves he knew.
Hutchings, ThomasMM/E3Jul 15, 1969 – May 9, 19721stI WAS A MM IN THE FORWARD ENGENE ROOM, SERVED OFF THE COAST OF VIET NAM, & SAIL IN & OUT OF DA NANG HARBOR, LANDED MARIES & THERE EQUIPMENT 1969 / 1970
Hofbauer, GaryE4Aug 1969 – Feb 1971EGood memories. Was aboard during laundry fire and turn around cruise, had to leave port early because near riot on ship while refueling in Okinawa.Good times in Hong Kong And Subic Bay. Can't believe it was so long a go we partied in Olongapo.
Ortiz, Ronald profile iconHT3Aug 1969 – 1973RStill with the Navy working as a welder for 42 years with Navfac Hawaii. Looking for Rick Turner or anyone that was in R Division.
Rembert, Ronald profile iconE4Aug 6, 1969 – Apr 7, 1970Airman ApprenticeHi I am Anna the wife of Ronald Rembert who server in Vietnam. I need a lay statement stating he went on land especially Dec 18, 1969 to retrieve a down aircraft. Ronald died from agent orange. Contact able2010@ymail.com
Lippincott, JimSh3Aug 19, 1969 – Jun 17, 1973sserved in combate cargo for awhile before becoming a shipsserviceman. I had some good times on the ogden and I recognize some of the names. sorry to here of the passing of randy geirke he was a good friend of mine.
Bennett, GordonSep 1969 – Aug 19702nd
Erker, PhilE-4Sep 5, 1969 – Jun 5, 1973SH Ship'sService
Quinnell Sr, Clayton J.SNSep 26, 1969 – Apr 14, 19722nd
Wilkins, StephenFTG3Oct 1969 – Jun 1973
Smith, Paul (Smitty)BT 3Oct 15, 1969 – Jul 31, 1973BWould really like to hear from anybody I served with on the Ogden. Alot of memories to chat about from Viet Nam to Southern California and all the other places we were visiting.
Carmack, TedETR-2Jan 8, 1970 – Jul 7, 1970Really enjoyed the Oggie and Hong Kong, Olongopo, Okinawa, Grande Island.... Earthquake at Olongopo in Feb, 1970 while sitting at the cafe with Jim Vignola... miss ya Jim Also on the Decatur, DDG-31 which was put under off Hawaii in 2004
McNamara, Larry (Mac)en-3Apr 1970 – May 1971a gangWas Ogden haunted? Remember when the Koreans broke the sterngate?
Enix, JamesAB-3May 14, 1970 – Dec 15, 1974AviationLooking for AB crew members who served during the ERA of 1970-1974 a board the USS-Ogden LPD-5
Jonas, RonIC-2Jun 1970 – Oct 1975E DivisionBest time of my life. Meet and worked with great bunch of guys.I always think about the life and times on the Ogden.
Bloom, RichRD3Jun 19, 1970 – Jul 23, 1973CICSpent three years on Ogden - most of it in somebody's arms in Olongopo - what a city! Great times in Hong Kong,Taipei, Singapore (well, left with a present),crossing Equator -our chief, Earl Williams, took a bunch of us deep-sea fishing
Beyer, SteveRM2Jun 19, 1970 – Apr 1, 1972OC/R
Felsch, LyleRM2Aug 1970 – Jun 1971OPSIts been forty some years but I still look back on it as a great time and a great bunch of guys. VN years were tough and we mostly went our separate ways when we departed. No looking back. Not too many career enlisted.
Kelly, MikeRM2Aug 8, 1970 – Dec 3, 1973OperationsBeen over 30 years and it is still the best time(s) of my life. Wish I could do it all over again. Was with the gang who got the first Green "C" for the Ogden.
Cain, DougRM2Sep 1970 – 1973Communications
Williams, RichardLT(jg)Oct 10, 1970 – Jul 28, 19721st
Essenburg, WilliamGMG3Oct 20, 1970 – Aug 15, 1973Gunnery
Torrence, TomPN3Dec 23, 1970 – May 7, 1974X
Wich, LarrySH31971 – Apr 1975SHHad a lot of fun with all my freinds, Lot of fun on shore in ports. a blast running the Ships Stores and to my other SH buddies remember the laundry room
Miller, DaveRM1971 – 1973
Guzman, JesseRM21971 – 1972CommPrivilege to have served with a great bunch of men.
Parnell, Stanley''mickey''bmsn1971 – Apr 1, 1973just a dam paint chiper bmwell just to let the navy know i am still alive,you tryed but i lived,after the navy i had a reg-life.all that aside we had some good times and some bad times but that is life.if you e-mail put ogden on it .
Betts, JohnSH31971 – Feb 21, 1974SHIP SERVICEi REMEMBER THE GROUP OF FRIENDS, LIP, RANDY,JIM, GOOD TIMES, HOPE ALL IS WELL, DROP ME A LINE...
Johnson, ChuckBt3/21971 – 1973BLoved every minute I was on board!!
Richards, BillySM-2Jan 1, 1971 – Mar 13, 19741974Had great experiences aboard Ogden. Great friends and good times. I would like to hear from some of my old shipmates!
Keys, RonSk3Feb 1971 – Feb 1973S1S Cal beaches, Balboa Park, Taipei, the yards in Long Beach,Hawaii. "All right you guys, let's go to work!" That Place, across the street from the sports arena.
Gierke, RandyUSS OGDEN Feb 8, 1971 – Feb 16, 1973Ships Barber I was diagnosed with Mesothelioma (Asbesto) Cancer in Nov. of 2006. After a short battle with cancer, I passed away on Jan. 30, 2007. I left behind my wife, Cheryl, and my 2 sons, Kelly and Kerry.
Gragg, RickMM3Apr 17, 1971 – Sep 5, 1974M Had many great times during my service on board this great ship. Feel free to contact me.
Bello, CarloMR3May 1971 – May 1976FiremenMachinery Repairman
Johnson, PhilipLTJul 1, 1971 – Jul 1, 1972MedicalI wonder what happened to Poindexter, Lewis, Johnson, Thomlinson?
Behrens, Don (Scotty)PC3Sep 1971 – Dec 1973Admin/Post Office
McMasters, Leonard (Mac)EM2Sep 21, 1971 – Nov 21, 1973e divisionoperation 'end sweep' survivor
Kliewer, JimMM2Oct 1971 – 1975M and ALooking for Carlos Bello EN2
Wright, Lawrence Wright/larryET3Nov 1971 – Oct 1974OEHave a lot of fond memoirs,Hong Kong,Singapore,Taiwan, Subic Bay( our home port I think) Even San Deigo,But mostly that of the men I served with on Board the Ogden and especially OE Div.
Ford, DaleBT2Dec 1971 – Sep 1975BMade westpacs 72-73 & 74. Had a lot of good times. Would like to hear from anyone I served with.

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