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USS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7) Crew List

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 280 crew members registered for the USS Henry B. Wilson (DDG 7).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1977 | 1978 – 1982 | 1983 – 1987 | 1988 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Moore, DanOS31983 – 1985OIGreat People in the Intelligence division, good times. Portland, you were a great host for our drydock If anyone has the 84 Westpac Cruise book please contact, http://www.usshbwilsonddg7.com/ it's the last one they are looking for
King, MartyRMSN1983 – 1986OCENJOYED MY TIME - SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN FOR 20
Farrell, JoeFC1Jan 6, 1983 – Apr 23, 19874th
King, MartyRMSNMar 1983 – Mar 1986OCENJOYED BY TIME ON BOARD
Rodriguez, Jerry RodMS3Dec 26, 1983 – Jul 24, 1987S-2Being a cook who loved to hook it up and party with my buddies that were "cranking" so many great and funny times! I went on to do 20 and am now a happily married,saved man! GOD BLESS YOU ALL MY SHIPMATES! JerryRod
Bristow, DonaldBM21984 – 1989First div.
Ferguson, Alvin (Fergie Or Pc)PC21984 – 1986X
Quick, RalphOS21984 – 1986OI
Madrid, MartinHT2Mar 20, 1984 – Dec 13, 1987RHad a great blast hope to hook up with some of you guys.
Burrows, JohnQM3Apr 15, 1984 – Sep 6, 1985ONMy very first ship and I got to admit I met some of the craziest bastards in the world on that tin can. I met the ship in Subic Bay if you ever had a Mac flight from LA to Manilia that jitney ride to Olongapo scared the
Butson, ToddSTG2Aug 3, 1984 – Apr 15, 1985SonarMy biggest memory is of repairing those thick Sonar cables by hand after an HT melted them welding something.. God I hated that moment in time. What pain it was. Ended up leaving HB after re-injuring a previous military injury..
Wilson, JeffOS31985 – 1988OIoh the memories
Andersen, ScottOS21985 – 1987OIMarried with 2 kids past 28 years. Working as an Educational Facilities Inspector at Hillsborough County Schools Florida.
Cordel, DamianOS5Mar 1985 – Sep 1988OIGood times on the HB WILSON! First trip to Australia, Others incl. Amer. Samoa, Hong Kong, Singapore, P.I., Sri Lanka, Bahrain, Hawaii. Just reminiscing one day and found this page. Recognized a couple names, so what the heck.
Boukal, TimothyBT2Jun 1985 – Apr 1, 1988BWorked in #2 Fireroom turn-to PO and as B div. supply po. Longest hours I ever worked in my life but learned more mechanical skills on this ship than anywhere else. It was a good experience, and the hole snipes were the best guys I ever worked with
Sherman, RogerBT 2Jun 1985 – Jun 1987BI remember #2 fireroom in the South Pacific was the hottest place I've ever seen. Worked with a lot of great guys.
Kersten, PatrickSNJul 19, 1985 – Mar 17, 19871ST DIVISIONGREAT TIME OF MY LIFE SINGLE IN SAN DIEGO. GOOD GROUP OF GUYS AND FUN ON WEST PAC IN THE GULF. MESS CRANKING WITH MS3 RODRIGUEZ AND MID RATS WAS A BLAST. WOULD DO IT AGAIN IF I COULD.
Cooke, JeffETSNSep 1, 1985 – Dec 3, 1987OPSWHTS UP GUYS! ET1 CATABAYAN, MILLER, STAUBS, BUCK, KOOI, PRYOR, FOX, CECIL.
Vanderbilt, TonyE2Oct 1985 – 1987
Barker, BobLTNov 1, 1985 – 1989B-Div, A-Div, MPA and CHENGHard work. Lots of fun. Great crew. Best learning experience I've ever had.
Goode, Brian profile iconBT2Nov 22, 1985 – Oct 7, 1989#1 FireroomGreat time in my life. I remember all the fun. Longest day in my lfe was going dark in Singapore. Man it was hot. I miss all of it now. I guess being young is all about being selfish.
Pryor, KeithET21986 – 1989OpsWould enjoy hearing from old friends. Drop a line sometime.
Peterson, RobertEWSN1986 – May 1989OPSBest of times. I saw and did more than I ever imagined I would in a lifetime. Karachi, Pakistan. Who could forget that smell!
Dollar, DonaldEW 11986 – 1989OMFun times on the Hammerin Hank. I did the last 2 West Pac's. Who else remembers McGillicuddy? I sure would like to hear from anyother old EW's out there. Francis, Smiddy, Potter, Dion, Weaver, where are you guys?
Highfill, Dennis "hifi"BM3Jan 8, 1986 – Jun 3, 1989deck
Wiegert, Dale (Everyone Called Me Chris)IC3Feb 1, 1986 – Nov 30, 1988engineering anyone from the hammer that knows me please hit me up ... i am on Facebook and my-space ! Chris
Brown, JohnOS2/E-5May 1986 – Oct 1989O.I.It was a great ship to be on.
Chavers, RogerGMG2Jun 5, 1986 – Nov 12, 19882ndOne of the greatest periods in my life, wish I had stayed in. Now years later it is clear how easy it would have been to stay for the long haul.
Johnson, ToryB T3Jun 9, 1986 – Jun 9, 1989B-Divisionwhats up Boys. loved the time. Gret times at the CALJAM in Subic. Droping the load was always fun. Remember it all great laughs great times.
Zan, MillerLTJGJun 20, 1986 – Dec 1, 1988Deck - GunneryKeep hoping to see a reunion for Hammering Hank sailors. I have some great photos of the ship from early 70's and late 80's, including shots of round that was taken in the stack when stationed off Vietnam.
Crosby, RobertQMSN/QM2Oct 1986 – Nov 1989ON NavigationDid 2 WESPACs '86 and '88 on board. Was part of skeleton decom crew. Was the last official crew member to step off the ship after slipping chains for the ocean-going tug at 1SD. Was sad to here "Hank" was finally sunk.
Wilson, BarryOS1Oct 10, 1986 – Oct 10, 1988OIJUST LOGGING ON TO SEE ANYONE I KNOW, SO GET BACK AT ME.
Moore, JohnBM 2Dec 10, 1986 – Jun 1989deck
D'Albergo, AndyOS31987 – 1989It's hard to believe that almost 20 years ago I served in the Navy. I thought I would make it a career, but never did. After leaving Adak, AK, I finished college and now operate a nursing home. I am married with two children.
Pena, SylvanIC2/ IC11987 – 1988EHardest working ship in the Navy. Our motto in engineering was: "Liberty...what's that?"
Rupp, DonaldOSSN1987 – 1989OIHenry B. Wilson was my first ship. The crew was fabulous. Many good memories on this ship. It is a shame she was decomed and later sunk. I eventually left the Navy, but it never left me. Look me up on Facebook.
Larson, ChrisBT 31987 – 1989BT
Tanner, BillSTG2Mar 1987 – Oct 2, 1989ASThe best ship and the best crew I ever served with.
Scott, GaryMS2Apr 15, 1987 – 1989s-2my favorite ship and crew
Koschier, Richard profile iconMM 3Jun 1987 – Jun 1989EngineeringAustralia was the best.
Chavez, Raymond (Matt)ET3Sep 1987 – Oct 1989OPSI always look back and remember my time on the Wilson. I will cherish those memories for the rest of my life.
Pena, Nieves - SnowOS4Oct 1987 – 1989OPSAlmost 20 years since serving aboard DDG-7 and things have turned out much different that what was started. Had I not been there I would have been a much different person. Made some of the best friends I'll ever remember.

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