The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Towers (DDG 9). 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 393 crew members registered for the USS Towers (DDG 9).
|Robinson, Rob||FC2||1989 – 1990|
|Hill, Todd||BT3||1989 –||B||Cut my teeth on this bad-boy. I remember Thrasher, Taylor, Davidson, Button, and all you guys.|
|Starwalt, Ray||MMCS(SW)||1989 –||M||Did 20 yrs straight overseas. Towers was the best. Transferred from USS Midway to Towers as 10 year Chief. Partied too hard as left there and made Senior at 14 years but was wearing RED haha. Wouldn't change a thing!|
|Hagen, Sam||OSSN||Jan 1989 – Oct 1990||OI||I got on her after she limped back from the Phillipines and got off when they turned out the lights. By far the best and tightest crew I ever served with!|
|Aragon, Dominique||BMSN||Feb 1989 – Oct 1990||1st Div||I served at 3 different commands during my time in the Navy, but the Towers was the best by far! When i look back on my time served, nothing beats the memories of the DOG-9!|
|Steinman, Marc||EW3||Mar 1989 – Jul 1990|
|Richardson, Robin||OS2||Apr 1989 – May 1990||OI||Great time in Japan with some good folks.|
|Bales, Rick||DKSN||Apr 1989 – Jul 1990||Supply||The Towers was my first ship and I met a lot of great people. PNSN Hall and DCSN Ackerly were a couple of my good friends. We had a lot of great adventures in Phillipines, Thailand, Africa, Singapore and Australia.|
|Rinaldi, David||ICFN||Apr 1, 1989 – Jun 1, 1990||Engineering/IC||was a youngster then.had great fun working with JD Ball, K.G. (the best point guard on the planet) and the boys. Mostly good people, but some jerks. I'm still in Japan, but not in the Navy. Find me on facebook (Boston)|
|Thrasher, Tom||BT1 (SW)||Jul 1989 – 1990||B-||was oil king and number 1 fireroom btow|
|Sardisco, Jim "doc"||HM1||Aug 29, 1989 – Sep 29, 1990||Admin||Looking for others on the boat at that time (C.O. hated boat as name for a ship). Contact through e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Snyder, Guy||LT||Oct 1989 – Oct 1990||Weapons Officer||Miss that time greatly. I was lucky to have served on a ship with such a great crew. My best wishes to all who served with me.|
|Dulaney, Mike||EMCM(SW)||Dec 1989 – Oct 1, 1990||E||I was an EM3 at the time and the short time onboard helped me decide to stay in for the long haul. Great memories of this awesome ship and crew.|
|Rayle, Rodney||IC3||Dec 22, 1989 – Oct 1, 1990||E|
|Lovelace, Milton||SK1||Jan 1990 – Sep 1990||Supply / S1||Decommissioning Crew|
|Dalton, Weldon||BT3||Jan 1990 – Oct 1990||# 1 Fireroom||This was my first command in the Navy. I enjoyed my time stationed onboard. I learn alot from BT1 Thrasher and BT1 Ramos. I was lower level man when decom came around.|
|Walker, Rodney Aka Big Tex||SN||Jan 10, 1990 – Jul 22, 1990||1st Deck||My first command, and it change my life in a good way.|
There are currently no planned reunions.