The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Pandemus (ARL 18). 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 15 crew members registered for the USS Pandemus (ARL 18).
|Couture, Robert||TE/RM3||Apr 15, 1957 – May 23, 1958||OPS||The Pandemus was my first ship. The duty on board was great. Only made two cruises, one to Panama City, Fl. and another up to Little Creek, Va. I ran the Post Office and stood watches up in Radio Central.|
|Luke, Jerry||SN||Nov 10, 1960 – Nov 30, 1960||Deck crew|
|Dean, George||RD2||Aug 1961 – Oct 1961||OI||Enjoyed the trip to Brooklyn Navy Yard and the weekend liberty in Bay Ridge. I believe it was Shoemaker's parents and friends we visited. The ride up wasn't a thrill, the storm caused us to skip Little Creek.|
|Preston, Robert 'Fuzzy'||et||Sep 20, 1961 – 1962||ops||enjoyed my time on pandemus especially the trip to the Brooklyn navy yard.|
|Bergh, Fred||RD2||Oct 1961 – Mar 1963||Operations||LPO, radar could barely pick up garbage tossed off fantail|
|Fahle, Douglas||FN||Jan 1, 1962 – Jun 1962||Ship FItter||Only on board for about 6 months before being transferred to the USS English DD-696. Also onboard the English until Dec. that same year. Finally transferred to the USS Little Rock CLG-4 for the last 3 years of Enlistmen|
|Gonnella, John||SFP3 - at discharge in 1964||Apr 25, 1962 – Aug 21, 1962||Repair||Came aboard while in dry dock doing fire watch for ship yard welders. Left due to mine sweeper cutbacks and went to USS Bushnell AS-15 in Key West FL. But she was in dry dock in Charleston as well. Got to do Gitmo twice.|
|Dexter, Bruce||E5/EN||Nov 1962 – Sep 1963||Engineering|
|Holt, Lonnie D||WO1||May 20, 1964 – Nov 10, 1967||Supply|
|Benz, Monty||EM3||Jun 1964 – Sep 1965||Electrical Shop||I worked rewinding electric motors. Was on the cruise from San Juan, when the ship went dead in the water, it took 45 degree rolls, port & starboard. Dirty fuel to all generators and both main engines.|
|Porter, John||YN3||Jul 1964 – Dec 1965||Operations|
|Peter, Ralph T.||SFP3||1965 – 1967||ATLANTIC FLEET|
|Feldman, William||1966 – 1967|
|Vaughan, Robert||Seaman/Radioman||Jan 1966 – Nov 1966||Operations||Pandemus was my first assignment out of boot camp. Went down to Florida a few times, and out to the Carribbean and Bermuda.|
|Gatewood, Robert||CS 2||1968 – 1968||Supply||I'll always remember the diesel smoke when she was fired up.|
There are currently no planned reunions.