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USS Comte De Grasse (DD 974) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Comte De Grasse (DD 974). 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 341 crew members registered for the USS Comte De Grasse (DD 974).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – 1992 | 1993 – 1995 | 1996 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Gatling, Christopher "Gat"PN3(SW)1985 – 1989NAV/ADMINMISS THE COUNT AND CREW DEARLY. WE TOOK GOOD CARE OF THAT SHIP!
Lapp, PaulRM3Jan 1985 – Jan 1989OClHad a great time on the count ....worked for and with a great group of guys.
Justice, AndrewDS2Mar 1985 – Dec 1989CEI would have loved shooting some .50 cal at the ship. especially the captains passage way. DCPO duties sucked. Got ESWS, Got Promoted, Got the hell out of the Navy, learned a lot, saw a lot, I still smile when I see a tree...
Albea, GlennETC (SW)Mar 28, 1985 – Apr 1, 1987CEBack end of a split tour. The last of my 6 ships. Went to shore duty at MOTU-2 for 3 years and then retired. The "Count" was by far the best sea duty for me..The best ET gang I had the priveledge of serving with.
Bertollo, PatEMC(SW)Apr 1985 – Dec 19883M
Yates, DanielLT/MPAApr 8, 1985 – Nov 14, 1986EngineeringI remember the grounding in the Suez, the cover-up attempt, the OPPI, the missing weapons, how a bunch of great engineers turned around the reputation of the Count and yet I was happy to rotate off the ship.
Stoll, StuartHT1May 1985 – Mar 1989R
Seifert, CraigBM2May 1985 – Jun 1987Deck
Smith, DavidSTG1May 1, 1985 – Aug 19, 1990CAHaze grey and underway...wow! what memories!
Sova, RichardSTG2Jun 5, 1985 – Oct 19, 1988CS / SonarI have fond memories of my time on The Count. "Burial at Sea" is the only fitting end for a warship
Rogers, MichaelICJun 6, 1985 – Jun 1991E-Division
Wallace, WillisSHSN/SH3/SH2Jun 16, 1985 – Oct 31, 1988Supply/S-3Had a great time onboard the "Count".
Casteen, Ellis "Ed"SM2Jul 28, 1985 – Oct 15, 1987CommWhere I saw my 1st Albatross
Nolan, JerryISC (SW)Aug 1985 – Dec 1988OIFirst Intel Specialist (IS) assigned to the Count; was also Assistant Security Manager, Alternate CMS Custodian, various other khaki-type jobs
Triplett, JeffSK2 (SW)Aug 1985 – Mar 19, 1989SupplyCurrently serving in Army National Guard.
Nutter, Benjamin Andrew "Andy"SK3Aug 1985 – Aug 1987supply
Jeffrey Pleines, JeffEW-2Sep 1985 – Nov 1988CIMany memorable experiences--basically grew up onboard! Best wishes to my former crew mates.
Pleines, JeffEW2Sep 1985 – Nov 1988ciHi all--been a while!
Starks, TomET2Nov 1985 – Mar 1989CE
C, BarryET3Dec 1985 – Nov 1989CEI miss the comradery, channel fever, hangin out on the fantail in the evening with someone pickin a tune on the guitar, that dark blue water that you just don't see on the shore, seeing part of the world. Glad I got out, but enjoyed it.
Shaw, MarkFC2 (SW)Dec 1985 – Mar 1990CMMany good memories, at least the ones I remember.
Provident, DeanGM3Dec 6, 1985 – Jul 3, 1989CAStarted out in deck division and struck into the GunnersMate rating. Still serving and retiring May 20th 2005
Griffin, LeeE41986 – Aug 4, 1990oiYou never forget old friends. Hope to hear from you again.
Morales, RudyE-31986 – Mar 3, 1990snipe/odI remember all the good times and forgot the bad. I made some life long friends while on the count. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me.
Burke, JefferyPO31986 – 1991EngineeringI'm a truck driver living in Cartersville, Ga. I had a blast during Shellback Ceremony and Thailand.
Peacock, John Michael (Mike)STG21986 – 1991CATrying to get up with old shipmates.
Huff, ChristopherOS21986 – 1990OI
Argyelean, ThomOTA1 (SW)Mar 1986 – Mar 1987CAPart of the AN/SQR-15 TASS tail thomarg@aol.com
Burton, EarnieOTA1/E-6Mar 1, 1986 – Feb 28, 1987CAPart of OTAC Joe Wolfe's AN/SQR-15 (TASS) OT crew. By the way, Joe, where ARE you??
Bordenkecher, LarryGMG2Mar 6, 1986 – Mar 6, 1988COI really hate you guys. Just kidding. Had a blast on the Count. Tore me up some when I found out she had been sunk. But I really do hate you guys.
Gaines, JohnGMCApr 1986 – Dec 19902ndNothing but great memories. God I miss the Navy. The friendships and the fact that you are making and a part of history. Think about it! We were sailing the oceans on a Navy Destroyer. It didn't get more exciting then that.
Marrow, FurmanSTG3May 1986 – Jul 1988AS
Bennett, Jim (Big Sexy)EN1Jun 15, 1986 – Oct 1988AToo Much work, Too Many hours, Some how ENC Underwood got me SOY
MacK, SteveGSE3Aug 23, 1986 – 1988me1Wow, I was just telling my kids about the count and the trouble Matteson and I got into!
Lopez, RickET3Sep 1, 1986 – May 30, 1990CEFound ETSN Drake if anyone is interested, he's safe and well, (but not quite sober) living in his hometown of Rocky Mount.
Webster, BradyE-3Oct 12, 1986 – May 12, 1988OD "DECK"For those who may not know, EM Shawn (Dog) Williams, SM Tom (Mildew) Miller, and BM Rodney (Stiggy) Stiggins are no longer with us. They were good friends and shipmates. Peace be with them.
Maust, GladenHTFN-2Nov 17, 1986 – Jul 7, 1990RWHAT A SHIP TO BUILD MY FOUNDATION FOR THE NEXT TWENTY OR SO YEARS OF MILITARY/SHIPBOARD LIFE. THE TOUGHEST AND BEST YEARS OF LEANING THAT THE MISSION ALWAYS COMES FIRST. TO THE GOOD OLE' DAYS.
Gomez, DarrylDS2Dec 5, 1986 – Mar 21, 1991Combat SystemsBeen hearing from a few of you! Hope everyone is doing well. I still have a ton of pictures from the count and one day I will digitize them. Drop me a line when you get a chance.
Matteson, CharlesGSE31987 – 1989MCan't remember how many times those damn engines and generators went down but it was still fun
Lovell, JohnE41987 – 1991S2HAD TO BAKE THE DOUGHNUTS AND PIZZA PARTY ONE NIGHT FOR A REFEULING REP. DOSE ANY ONE STILL REMEMER MSC REDCLIFF. AND HOW WE GOT HELD UP FOR A MED . HA HA WHAT HAPPENED WAS NOT JOKE.I USED RED WAGON TO GET FOOD SUPPLYS
Olivo, JoeMS2Feb 1, 1987 – Jul 13, 1989S-2Had great times with all of my buds,and I actually became a real chef out in New Orleans...come by anytime American Catering 504 433-9890
Miley, Phillip (Smiley)E5Feb 15, 1987 – Aug 1990A-GangI have really missed all the guys on the boat, especially the Aux. A-Gang guys. I hope you guys are all doing well. I would really like to hear from you.
Gerrick, JeffreyFCCS(SW)Jul 10, 1987 – Apr 1, 1991CMI miss the ship and the crew
Nicholson, GaryEN3Aug 12, 1987 – Jan 1, 1990a
Cooke, Colin , IIQM3Aug 16, 1987 – Apr 6, 1991NAV/ADMINHad a great time on the 'Count'...two Med Cruises; getting out Battle 'E'; etc. Hated to hear that she was 'let go'.
Bennett, RoyBM3Nov 1987 – Jul 2, 1991OD
Clem, Garygsm3Nov 28, 1987 – Feb 1, 1991m-divisioni worked in mer2, i liked my time on the count, i had some good times i met and worked with some good guys, igot to see the world.like to say hey to my shipmates hope your all doing well.
Ambrose, MattGSM3Dec 14, 1987 – Mar 10, 1991MI enjoyed the stay on the count, but I would of like to have stood watch in combat with A/C on. Instead I was in the real Navy standing watch in the 130 degree engineroom. Just would like to say hey! to most of the guy

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