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USS Tattnall (DDG 19) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Tattnall (DDG 19). 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 399 crew members registered for the USS Tattnall (DDG 19).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1965 | 1966 – 1969 | 1970 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Riley, BrianHT21985 – 1986Hull TechWas there off the coast of Lebanon, fought fire on the upper decks. I thought it was a drill as we had a fire just 2 days before in the boiler room, rumor was the XO was not happy with the response and would hold nights drills. This was NO DRILL!
Stinson, MichaelSTG21985 – 1987ASLooking for my cruise book from the Persian Gulf in 1986 I think it was. Damn good ship and crew. Moved on to SIMA Philly then the USS Patterson FF1061 until 7/1991 when I left the Navy.
Yong, JorgeFC1Jan 1985 – Sep 1989"g" - gunnery
Black, ChrisPN3Jan 2, 1985 – Jan 1, 1988PersonnelSpent 3 wonderfull years working for master cheif James Tracy. I too remember that fire. I remember one christmas eve night in the persian gulf when manning a stinger watch, when 2 Iraqi planes came soo close, I was frightened but excited.
Kromer, MarkMR3Feb 15, 1985 – Feb 15, 1989rjust trying to find out what happened to old shipmates
Dorton, TimBTCS (SW)Mar 1985 – 1988BoilerRatty-Tatty was my last and best Tin Can.
Mark, BufordBT2May 15, 1985 – Feb 3, 1989Engineering (Oil Lab)Looking to hook up with old shipmates. What's up guys? Revilee Revilee
Keller, Richard profile iconQM3Jun 1985 – Aug 12, 1987NavThey called me Wheels!!! Was the go to QM then BM1 Mcdonald showed up, He shouldn't have sat in the Co's chair as the phantom shitter had struck and he sat in it!!!
Gifford, Mark (Giff)HT2Jun 29, 1985 – May 25, 1989HELLO TO ALL OLD SHIP MATES
Tew, DougEN2Aug 15, 1985 – Apr 15, 1989M & A&EGlad to have found this sight would love to here from any of the gang.
Morris, FredBT1Sep 1985 – Jul 1988BOILERTHE TATTNALL TAUGHT ME ALOT OF THE BOILER TECH RATE. IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW IT WHEN YOU ARRIVED, YOU KNEW IT WHEN YOU LEFT. GOOD PLANTS. WENT TO THE USS DALE AFTER I LEFT THE TATTNALL.
Azlin, Mike (Azy)MM3(SW)Oct 1985 – Jan 1990MLooking to hear from shipmates of this time period.
Knee, DaveFC 3Oct 1, 1985 – Jan 3, 1987WeaponsThe Tattnall was a classic warship. I proudly served on her for the 85 - 86 Persian Gulf Cruise. Nothing compares to the star filled sky as it can only be seen from the deck of a darkened warship in the middle of the ocean.
Bassett, ScottJO3 (RETIRED JOCS)Nov 15, 1985 – Mar 1, 1988AdminI think I was the last Journalist assigned (wonder why?) Had great times with MS3 Poplaski and PNSN Miller.
Prewitt, JeffreyBT3Dec 1985 – Jun 10, 1989EB01 #1 fireroom
Carter, GaryFC2SW1986 – 1990WeaponsI remember the good times onboard Tatty. Forgot the bad ones... Hello to Henry, Chris, Kevin, Vic, Jackie, Tom, Smitty, Steve... It's been 17 years.
Becker, John profile iconIC21986 – 1990IC Shop / ElectricalSpent all 4 years on the Tattnall; enjoyed every bit of it. The men I met aboard were all stand-up guys; especially those in the MA&E group. Proud to have served in the engineering division of this strong ship.
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Rogan, BruceFTG-2Jan 1, 1986 – Dec 31, 1986Reserves (Philadelphia, PA)12 th ship in Philadelphia yards near USS Iowa (BB-61) and USS Wisconsin (BB-60)
Robinson, Chris (Robby)MM3Jan 14, 1986 – Feb 12, 1990AuxillaryWent on several deployments and really enjoyed it. Wish I would Have re-enlisted for the decommission of her
Bedford, Bill (Billy)MMCSJan 26, 1986 – Mar 16, 1988A gangThe drummer for the "Ugly Americans" Capt Shullo and Capt Funk were my COs. Stayed in touch with Shullo and served again with him at the Naval War College in RI.
Bright, EricSTG2Feb 2, 1986 – Nov 20, 1990ASJust remembering the ol' Tattnall. I really do miss those days...times were easier then. I hope you shipmates are doing well. I've had fun everywhere I've been, but Tattnall was the most fun in retrospect. email me anytime...take car
McDonald, JoeQM1 (SW) Retired QMC in 1999Apr 2, 1986 – Jun 3, 1990NAV/OPSGreat Memories!
Carter, GaryFC2SWMay 15, 1986 – May 15, 1990weaponscurrently living in Phoenix, Arizona...just thinkin about old times.
Tillinghast, MichaelPN2Jul 1986 – Jul 1986ADMINServed ACDUTRA while attached in USNR-R
Lancaster, ScottMM2(SW)Aug 5, 1986 – Dec 10, 1990MPTattnall was a GREAT ship to be attached to, A true man builder,, after a tour on her, you knew your job. She took no prisoners,, Great ship, and a Great time in the US Navy
Debaere, DougET2Aug 15, 1986 – Mar 2, 1990OE
Couch, Jack Donald Jr.EM E4Sep 15, 1986 – Jul 9, 1988ELECTRICALHOPE ALL SHIPMATES DOING OK
Dawkins, JimDK1(SW)Nov 1986 – Jan 1991Supply
Becker, JohnIC2Nov 1, 1986 – Jul 7, 1990EngineeringCould not have had a better Navy experience aboard this INCREDIBLE ship with a GREAT crew. Wonderful experience that I has stayed with me for more than 30 years.
Re', RoySM3Dec 1986 – Aug 1988Operations CommunicationI remember being on port and starboard watches with SM1 Neil, plenty of good times on my first deployment ever, 1988 Med Cruise. Anyone knows where to get a ship's coin for the TATTNALL. Peace, StrayCat
Ditmore, RobertGMG 1 (SW)1987 – 19902nd
Ford, Victor "Ferrari"FC1(SW)Jan 27, 1987 – Jan 30, 1991SAM
Delong, Deansm3Feb 1987 – Mar 1990comunicationsMy first ship and had a lot of great ports. Met alot of nice guys and had plenty of fun in the med.
Morring, S.l.OSC(SW)Mar 1987 – Jan 1991OPSI joined the Tattnall when she was in dry dock at the Jacksonville Shipyards. She was one of my favorite commands. "Buy Me A Souvenir"!
Russell, Jack "guido"OS3Mar 1987 –I came onboard the Tattnall when she was drydocked in downtown Jacksonville. I left right before her Med cruise. Would be great to hear from you guys.
Hall, KevinEW3Mar 1, 1987 – Oct 10, 1988OE
Barcus, Don profile iconGMM3Jun 15, 1987 – May 19, 1989Anti Submarine"I Will Remember" and have. Some of the best moments of my life. It wasn't just a job, more like a working party in the rain at 0200. Turn to and Bravo Zulu to all my shipmates.
Markham, DavidOS2Jun 23, 1987 – Dec 16, 1990OIGREAT SHIP WITH GREAT PEOPLE. THANKS TO OSCS MACIONIS FOR ALL THE HELP AND EXTREME PATIENCE.
Phillips, Leroy (Flip)STG1SWJul 1987 – Jan 1991as22 yrs active duty, the best of them were on board tattnall
Lally, SeanBM2Aug 1987 – 1991Deck 1st
Nixon, EdRM2Oct 27, 1987 – Oct 27, 1991OpsBest of Times
Nixon, EdRM2Oct 27, 1987 – Jan 1, 1991
Lee, OgdenBM3Nov 1987 – Jan 1991FirstI enjoyed this vessel and appreciate all those guys who served with me, Learned how to be a true boatswains mate, BMC Wedge, all my OS buddies Dave Markham,Jose Gonzales, my Philipino boy Lising, Francis Brewer
Weber, Carl (Webdog)HT/DC2Nov 15, 1987 – Nov 15, 1989RHello old shipmates!
Holman, KennethE3Dec 1987 – Mar 1989PERSONNELMy best time in the Navy were spent on that awesome vessel. Started in deck division and moved to personnel before going to personnelman A school. Went from scarred follow to a competent leader. We were the Navy's Finest
Diaz, Raul profile iconDC2Dec 1, 1987 – Jan 18, 1991ROn hindsight // best time ever in the NAVY was on the Tattnall…

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