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USS Kidd (DDG 993) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Kidd (DDG 993). 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 440 crew members registered for the USS Kidd (DDG 993).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – 1992 | 1993 – 1994 | 1995 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Hupp, PatrickUSS KIDD1982 – 1985CS/CE
Baker, LaneGSM21982 – 1985MP
Venzke, DavidBm31982 – 1986DeckIt was great being on the Kidd with a great bunch of guys. I remember a time in Sicily Mike Huston and I walked up this river edge to a town that seemed lost in time.
Crim, RonaldEN2Jan 1982 – Dec 1985A GangI had a good time working on evaps . A real good time in all the ports
Beattie, RichardGMGMar 1982 – May 1985
Bogle, DavidHT2Mar 1982 – May 1985GREAT TIMES WITH GREAT GUYS WE DID IT ALL HOW ABOUT THAT DRUG BOAT
Bowers, Michaelbm3Mar 1982 –Deck
Olive, TonyGMM2Mar 1, 1982 – Mar 1, 1985Combat SystemsGreat ship and crew
Crawford, MikeTM2May 21, 1982 – Mar 17, 1985CG
Hannigan, DavidGSM 1-SWJun 1, 1982 – Dec 20, 1986MP Main Engine Room 2The greatest crew in the US Navy, and I had the greatest time in my life
Hupp, PatrickET 3Aug 15, 1982 – Jul 26, 1985CS/CENOT REAL SURE ABOUT THE DATES BUT CERTAIN OF THE YEARS. HAD A LOT OF FUN SAW A LOT OF PLACES BENIDORM ROCKED
Huston, Mike/ LurchBM3Sep 1, 1982 – Jun 26, 1985A lot of good memories. Growing up while traveling the world to places I'll never see again. Carrying Reddman on my shoulders after a night in Naples.(He was a small guy). Becoming a Shellback and a Bluenose. The giant tusks of Mombasa.
Relling, WalterGSM2Sep 15, 1982 – Jan 11, 1988Main PropulsionSailed on Kidd 5 years, one Med IO, One Med, One Med Persian Gulf, Two North Atlantics, One Southern Carribbean (including a visit to Venezuela), I can't remember all the other Carribbean cruises. Haze grey and underway!
Hall, KennethICOct 1982 – Oct 1986Wish I knew then what I know now and that being how much fun it was being on the USS Kidd and how fortunate we were to be able to see the world while serving our country and gaining valuable experience to assist us in our civilian jobs later. GO-NAVY
Downing, PerryLT JGDec 1982 – May 1985Fire ControlGreat Experience.
Kane, DennisOS2Dec 1982 – Feb 1986OIgreat memories, amazing times
Baughman, ToddEW2Dec 24, 1982 – Oct 4, 1985CFNorth Atlantic Cruise 1984 was great!
McCon, BobbySN1983 – 1984
Shear, StephenSKCS(SW/AW)1983 – 1985S-1Great ship.. Great crew.. Great Skipper...
Randolph, HaroldOS11983 –OPERATIONS/ COMBAT INFORMATION CENTERThere were 2 shipmates I remember: OS1 Jones and OS1 Michael Irvine
Morgel, Rogere-4Jan 1983 – Aug 1986s-3It was a wild experience. we saw a lot of the world. made some good friends. ate a lot of chili mac and sliders. anybody remember when snake had dino in the grips of that pliers on the helo deck? that still cracks me up.
Hoden, RickGSE 2Jan 1983 – Apr 1986engine roombest times of my life was on the KIDD good friends would like get back to know,saw places, letter of comandation when engine room flooded in gitmo, medals, local foods looking for all my buddys esp. Hankinson and dykama
Harris, Terrance (T.a.)OS3Jan 1, 1983 – Jan 1, 1986Operations SpecialistHad some pretty rocky time aboard the old Kidd, but recently came across this sight and saw some names. Boy, did we have fun. Thinking back on it now. Does anyone know how to get in toufh with OS3 Bill Smith.
Roncolato, James(roncobonco)EN3Jan 12, 1983 – Aug 27, 1986a-ganghad a great time sailing the seven seas on the kidd making h20 and hanging out in aux#1
Chartrand, LayneOS2Jan 13, 1983 – May 13, 1983OperationsI served TDY on the USS Kidd when she went into the Indian Ocean; to Sri Lanka and Mombasa, Kenya...and then back on board the USS Puget Sound (AD38). Many great friends in that time!
Lopresti, FrankHT1Feb 1, 1983 – Feb 28, 1985rgreat ship
Maxwell, Kraig/maddmaxxBM2 SWFeb 8, 1983 – Jul 13, 1985Awesome Ship. Great Commissioning crew. Battle Bud took us to the best ports.
Kitchen, R. BruceQM2Mar 1, 1983 – Mar 31, 1987Admin/NAVIGATIONFor those who remember me, I was outspoken (to the dismay of the Khaki) and had many great times with many good men on the Kidd. Email me if you remember me!
Lawson, Brett "Sprout"SeamanMay 1, 1983 – Aug 21, 19871st Division
Cavanaugh, Troy 'Cav'HT3Jun 7, 1983 – Jan 25, 1985RepairOut of all the ships in my 20 yr. career, the Kidd was my favorite. You know it's a tight crew when the CO calls you by your nick name. Many great people and memories.
Turner, RandySep 27, 1983 – May 5, 1988
Burnette, DarrellRM3Oct 1983 – May 1986CommunicationsHad great time on Med cruise. Want to say hello to some of my buds..RM3 Ron Clair..RM2 Ron Keene and OS1 Foster..Hope you are doing fine!
Blackwell, JohnYN2(SW)Oct 4, 1983 – Sep 15, 1987Nav/AdminOne of the best boats in the Navy. Made some great friends that I will never forget. Hope to hear from some of you.
Perdun, MikeGMG1Oct 10, 1983 – Nov 10, 1987CGTop Gun...Oil Platforms...Good work when you can get it. Great Ship/Great Crew. Aarhus and Benidorm were the best ports.
Cope, RobertGM1(SW)Oct 11, 1983 – Dec 22, 1991CGLeading PO for CG Division. She was the best ship in the 2nd Fleet
Allison, Larry GSM 2Dec 13, 1983 – Dec 12, 1987EngineeringI had the time of my life aboard the Kidd and miss all my shipmates.Thanks for the ride.
Nunnery, MarkRM21984 – 1986
Pryor, Chris profile iconFC21984 – 1986CFLooking for a couple of guys who kept seeing EAGLES at sea
Reich, JeffFC21984 – 1987CFGreat crew! The ship was awesome. Med Cruise ‘85 was a trip to remember!
Dullea, KevinIC1984 – 1986EI was the bass player for the ships band " Sudden Impact" I have been digitizing my old tapes and we were quite a band. Looking to reconnect with Rick Reed, Thomas Ohare and Warren.
Ogin, Joseph ERM3Jan 1984 – Jun 1986oc communications
Kitchen, R. Bruce IIQM2Mar 1984 – May 1987
Wolfinger, RobertOSC(SW)Mar 1984 – Nov 1996OICompleted 2 tours for a total of 9 years onboard. Pre and Post NTU. Most capable platform the Navy ever employed.
Finch, Eddie / KillerTM3Mar 12, 1984 – Dec 12, 1987CSFrom 84 to Dec. 88 was a hell of a crew on the USS KIDD DDG - 993. L.O.L I loved saying that name when asked what ship u was on. The BADDEST DESTROYER in the FLEET.REALLY!!!
Davis, RaymondBM2Apr 1984 – Sep 1987Operation/DeckIts been a long time away
Basanes, JjDS1-DSC (SW)Apr 1984 – Sep 1987CEMy most memorable ship. She was definitely "The Most Powerful Destroyer in the Fleet" during her glory days. I recognized most of the Combat Systems folks like Joe Fickle, Mike Perdun, Tony Ziegler, Mike Delucia. Email if you remember me
Jones, DavidLTJGApr 1984 – Dec 1985CA
Wolfinger, RobertOS1 (SW)Apr 1984 – Aug 1989OIFirst of two tours. Second was from Feb 1992 – Nov 1997. Retired after 20yrs, but still remember every moment (good and bad) from my time onboard. Sometimes wish I never left.
Peterson, WillieBM2SWApr 28, 1984 – Jun 16, 1986supply and deckwhat up all my ship mates I was the messdeck master at arm and work in deck but what good time we had
Lawson, Brett "spoutSNApr 30, 1984 – Aug 21, 19871st.1986 NATO wedding cruise part of the USS IOWA Battle group, deploying with 2 operational GTGs. (#1 & #3). During our last unrep with the K-zoo having #3 GTG shut down during connection.
Dubus, DenisSTG2May 1984 – Apr 1988CA
Peterson, MarkOS2Jun 1984 – Oct 1987OIGreat ports!! Shafer and Wolf!! Also the one how helped a lot was OSCS Hooker.....
Warling, Joe (Spicoli)EN2Jul 1984 – Apr 1, 1988A GangA Gang rocks! Worked with some of the greatest guys ever. We partied as hard as we worked. Cliff diving in GITMO, volleyball games with Moose, the greatest Captain to serve under.
Douglas, MattLT (JG)Jul 2, 1984 – May 15, 1987SupplyGreat ship! Good times. AWESOME crew!
Sanders, James/ ColonelDECK APE/ IC STRIKERAug 1984 – Dec 1985Deck/ EMed. Crusie 85 lots of ports and lots of fun. Eating spaghetti in Taromina in our Dress Whites. Sitting off the coast of Lebanon for 30 days, doing circles. Looking for Madd Max (Maxwell) and Rick Hammond.
Belt, Bill GunnerGMG2Aug 12, 1984 – Feb 5, 1989COMBATE SYSTEMSTHE KIDD AND THE CREW WHERE AND ARE DRIVEN TO GET IT DONE.THEY WHERE AND WILL ALWAYS BE A PART OF ME. I GREW UP THERE AND QUICK WITH THE WAR GOING ON. I MISS ALL OF YOU AND YOU ARE ALWAYS THERE IN MY HART.
Martin, DavidFC2Sep 1984 – May 1988CSCIWS Tech, under Cash and then as supervisor.
Brockenbrough, KarlFC3Sep 1984 – Sep 1987CF Good crew, good ship, lots of fun, great friends.
Johnston, Robert P.YN3Nov 1984 – Aug 1987Admin / Deck
Sullivan, ShawnOS1(SW)Dec 1, 1984 – Jul 1, 1989OIResigned my commission in 2005 as a LCDR in the Medical Corps.
Newhall, NeilGSE1Dec 12, 1984 – Jul 18, 1989Engineering - Main PropulsionShe was the 'Cadillac' of the fleet back then. Despite several harrowing experiences - flooding in MER1, switchboard fire in MER2 due to a generator failure - she and her crew never failed to perform when called upon.

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