The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7). 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 273 crew members registered for the USS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7).
|Morgan, Mike||EM 3||1988 – 1990||E||Hello Guys, Drop me a line. I work in Wichita Falls TX as an Engineer for the BNSF Railroad. I told old Henry (Navy counselor) i would be out on the streets if I didnt re-enlist.|
|Arizola, Michael||EM3||1988 – 1990||Electrical||Just looking to re-connect with the crew|
|Davison, Philip||GMT1||Jan 30, 1988 – Mar 15, 1988||AS||I was only onboard for a couple of months to assist the ASROC handling team but I had a great time!|
|Collins, Dion||OS||Feb 1988 – Oct 1989||OI|
|Aagaard, John||FM/E3||Feb 1988 – Aug 1989||M - Engineering|
|Peterson, Donald||RM2||Feb 5, 1988 – Dec 16, 1990||OC/CR|
|Wyman, David||FCC(SW)||Mar 1988 – Oct 1989|
|Velasco, Marcus (Roscoe)||BT3||May 1988 – Oct 1989||EB01||Many good memories on this ship. My first WestPac was on her, I became a Golden Shellback on her, and I was part of her skeleton crew. Those late night fantail get togethers I will never forget.|
|Velasco, Marcus||BT3||May 1988 – Oct 1989||B||Alot of good and bad memories, dropping the load off Pakistan was the last straw that sent this bucket of bolts to the decommision list. Coming face to face to a Russian Destoyer was my best experience. Wog Day was my worse.|
|Frank Ybarra, Togi||E4||Jul 1988 – Dec 1990||number two engine room|
|Witt, Wendell||MM2||Oct 1988 – Oct 1989||M||Had some good times. Was on decommissioning crew. If anyone is interested, I have the ship's brow banner.|
|Villegas, Florentino||PNSN||Nov 1988 – 1989||x||Retired in 2007 as MA1. Moved to Las Cruces, NM. Married and have three daughters - 19, 17, and 8.|
|Simon, John||BTFR||1989 – 1990||B||This was my very first command. Was not their very long and only got to know the mess decks. Left shortly after She was put out of service.|
|Begay, Kevin||E1||1989 –||Engineering||This was my 1st ship. I had a great time with the crew.|
|Harmer, Shawn||IC3||Jan 1989 – Aug 1989||E (IC Shop)||Onboard for final WestPac - great cruise - great time - good ship!|
|Reichelt, James||SN/E-3||Feb 22, 1989 – Oct 1989||1st division||Greta ship and crew, best ship I served on.|
|Krieg, Robert (Rex)||ET3||Apr 1989 – Oct 1989||CX||1st of 3 ships and as the new-bee learned alot.|
There are currently no planned reunions.