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USS Harry E. Yarnell (CG 17) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Harry E. Yarnell (CG 17). 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 590 crew members registered for the USS Harry E. Yarnell (CG 17).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1965 | 1966 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Brown, CharlesGMM2(SW)1990 – 1991
Foster, HoochE-5 FC21990 – 1993
Margeson, JeffOS21990 – 1992OIGood times...great friends...wish we could have kept in touch!
Turkett, MichaelTM21990 – 1993SonarWhat a blast!
Young, RichardEW31990 – Sep 23, 1993OpsThe most memorable time for me was shellback initiation and going thru the locks between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
McClinton, KenneyFC21990 – 1992FC
Cave, ShawnE-4/FC3Jan 21, 1990 – Jun 17, 1993Combat SystemsHad an awesome time while on board the Yarnell. I also had some of the most memorable times in my life. Sure had some fun times and got to see some amazing things. It was an honor to serve aboard her.
Hulse, RockyCWO2Feb 1990 – Jun 1993OpsLots of good memories of some great Sailors onboard the Happy Harry!!
Hudson, CharlesRM3Feb 15, 1990 – Jun 10, 1992OperationsOne of the greatest times in my life. I got to see the world and hangout with some cool peeps. My email address is god.son@hotmail.com
Goines, EddieSTG3Mar 1990 – Jun 1993SONAR/TORPEDOMANGotta admit the best time in my life,met some great friends.Hope all are doing well.Still the spades and domino champion!
Potter, WilliamRM3Mar 1990 – Mar 1993RadioReported on board in Alexandria, Egypt at the end of Med Cruise. Had a good time on Baltops 90 & 91 and SNFL 92. A lot of great memories and fun. There are shipmates that I do miss and could do without.
Gore, RandyOS2 (SW/AW)Mar 12, 1990 – Oct 29, 1993OILots of good memories while on board. Would have stayed in if the others stations were as good. Crossing the equator (back when hazing was still expected) was probably the most memorable time.
McCauley, ScottEM3May 1990 – Oct 1993eBest command I ever served on. Great time crossing the equator
Miller, Stephen, SteveQM3May 1990 – Aug 1991OpsWhat a great ride! The experience of a lifetime. From Aruba to Helsinki, and many points in between. Johnny B. Goode, Chief Porter, Captain Z., QM's Pickard, Lacy and all the rest, you guys were awesome!
Blake, MikeOS2Jul 1990 – Oct 1993OILots of memories and good people. From the nights sleeping on the O-4 level while doing drug ops in the warm Caribbean air, BALTOPS, and the SNFL cruise, there are unreplaceable memories.
Taggart, WilliamPNSNJul 20, 1990 – Dec 22, 1992ADMINMy time aboard USS Yarnell was the one of the Best Times of my Life!!. SNFL 92 was an awsome cruse with a geat crew. TM2 Turkett was my best friend and shipmate. Being awarded NAM was my finest memory.
Garza, ChrisRM3Aug 1, 1990 – Jun 15, 1993OCGreat time on the HEY! Haze grey and always underway.
Whaley, StevenSeamanOct 14, 1990 – Jul 10, 1992Boiler , SeamanLike everyone else said it was a great command alot of fun and a great way to grow up fast when leaving home for the first time... lot of great friendss
Robbins, SteveFC2Nov 1990 – May 1993Conbat Systems
Fay, Time-5/bt2Nov 1, 1990 – Jul 2, 1992eng
Mitchell, Stanley OS-2Dec 1990 – Oct 1991 OperationsI enjoyed working on the Yarnell and had some really good times. I made a lot of friends. I went on one Med. cruise and a Balt. ops. I Remember Dog, Baer, and others. My e-mail is mitchellhouse05@aol.com
Roberts, ChrisE4 / QM31991 – Oct 29, 1993NavigationI was on two ships the Yarnell and the Roosevelt and I have to say that the Yarnell and its crew were top notch. It was a sad day to decomission her in 1993. I started as a 'deck-ape' then switched to QM. It would be great to have a reunion.
Foster, HoochFC21991 – 1993Best friends ever
McEneaney, MikeFCCS1991 – 1993CFStill a lifer .....
Perez, MartinOSSN1991 – 1993OIGreat memories of my time on board. She a couple guys I served with on here. Hope you all are doing well.
Wilson, Clayton (Lil Wil)SN E31991 – 1993OD
Ware, RoyDS1Jan 1991 – Oct 9, 1993OD/NTDSSNFL WAS A GREAT CRUISE
Mendez, MartyrmsnJan 1991 – Apr 1993radioman
Martin, LamontSNJan 1, 1991 – Sep 1, 1992deckCapt. Z was greatest captain tha Navy ever had. If anyone knows Micheal Scott Tatum tell him im looking for the best friend i had then.
Crawford, Andrewsn 2Jan 1, 1991 – Oct 1, 1992deck
Harrell, Lawrence " Ken "FN/IC3Jan 4, 1991 – Mar 24, 1993Made it out of Foward Fire Room ALIVE!!
Ginebra, MarioFCC(SW)Jan 7, 1991 – Oct 1993CFGreat Ships are made of Great Crews, This was the Best!
Arevalo, EddieMM3Jan 10, 1991 – Aug 31, 1993MI SERVED IN M DIVISION FROM JAN91-AUG93 RIGHT BEFORE SHE WAS HAULED AWAY..GREAT TIMES WITH MY FELLAS IN MY DIVISION AND WOULD LIKE TO CATCH UP ON OLD TIMES...EWOOD21@AOL.COM
Jeanson, Gregory "Baby Huey"E5/GMM2Feb 1991 – Oct 1994CMBest three years of my career! Great crew, great Division (Berthing Wars champs!) Knew I'd miss her after I transferred...I was right.
Trester, RobertETC(SW)Feb 28, 1991 – Oct 29, 1993CE01
Cannon, JimMM1Mar 1991 – Sep 1992Engineering
Gormley, JoeEW3Mar 1991 – Jul 1993EW
Dominguez, LorenzoCG17Mar 8, 1991 – Oct 31, 1993ADMINISTRATIONI WORKED MY FIRST 5 MONTHS AS A PNSR, MESS CRANKING FOR MS1 BASSIG, WHERE I LEARNED THAT I DID NOT HAVE MY SEA LEGS. WITH THE HELP OF MOTION SICKNESS PATCHES I MADE IT THROUGH MY FIRST U/W. I WORKED IN THE ADMIN OFFICE FOR THE REMAINDER.
Heisler, StuMM3Apr 1991 – Oct 1993MLooking for old shipmates e-mail me at sheisler@stevensautogroup.com
Koonce, TomOS3May 1991 – Nov 1992OII was fortunate enough to serve with the greatest group of guys in the world. The memories of the great times can never be replaced.
Schott, SteveEMFNMay 15, 1991 –Electricial-EngineeringWith serving on two different ships the Yarnell was definitely the most fun I had in the Navy. The NATO cruise of 1992 was an all time classic. The crew in E-Division made it a pleasure to serve on board.
Carey, JamesBT3May 29, 1991 – Oct 29, 1993BOILERGREAT TIME ON BOARD HARRY ALOT OF GREAT TIMES.BEST SHIP IN THE FLEET.
Felice, DaveE-3Jul 1, 1991 – Jul 1, 19931stit was a hell of a trip would not have missed it for the world
Feger, Peter0SJul 16, 1991 – Oct 24, 1993OIRemarkable Crew. Great Friends! This was an assignment of a life time from the transformation of "pollywag" to Shell-Back, SNFL and the great learning opportunities and skills learned.
Lacoy, KeithDCFNAug 1991 – 1993RepairLots of fun on SNFL 92.Met lots of great people.
Minter, JamesMM3Aug 1991 – Oct 1993
Bruemmer, DavidMM/E4Aug 6, 1991 – Jan 5, 1992Engineering
Franklin, RickFN/E3Aug 8, 1991 – Mar 23, 1993ENGINEERINGMADE LOTS OF FRIENDS ON HAPPY HARRY. SERVED IN FIREROOM AND AS OIL KING.
Botts, Casey "Billy"EM/E4Aug 10, 1991 – Oct 29, 1993EectricalHad a great time. I tell people stories about our exploits all the time. Some people think I'm lying, but it's the way I remember it.
Hanner, GailBTCS SWSep 1991 – Oct 1993boilers divthe happy harry was my last ship before i retired
Rivera, Richard(Frenchie)SM3Sep 1991 – Oct 25, 1993smas every body else the best ship and crew ever It was a blast . I should have became a recruiter after because everytime ,I tell my storys about are time on the yarnell guys want to sign up.. rivera3670@bellsouth.net
Jones, Rm3 Don Cha (Rmsn)RM3 (RMSN)Sep 1991 – Sep 1993OC/01Sup shipmates. I came on board Sept or Oct of 91 in Puerto Rico. Was a deck dog until I struck out for RM and then on to A school as the ship began decom. Lots of good times for sure! SNFL was the best!
Derr, ChipBM2Sep 15, 1991 – Apr 5, 1993DECKCaptain Z was the best commanding officer ever. We had a blast during drug opaque in the Carribbean Sea and Balt ops in the North Atlantic. The perfect crew for the perfect ship. Harry E. Tarbell will be missed by all
Gough, DaveFC3Oct 1991 – Oct 1993CFThe best ship in the fleet. Bar None.
Weimer, Brian (Gnrymr)GM1(SW)Oct 1991 – 1993CMGlad to have served on the Harry E., and crossed the Equator to be a Shellback. I was GM2 back then retired now, and live in Fargo, North Dakota.
Banks, Douglas " Banksy "E3/BT3Oct 15, 1991 – May 28, 1993Boiler #2 Fireroom
Logsdon, CharlesBT1Nov 1991 – Jul 1993Boilers / Oil LabGood ship to serve on. I enjoyed the NATO cruise and working in the Oil Lab. BTCS Hanner was a good Chief to work for. Others Khaki's a pain in the ass.
Bodnar, BradyMS3Nov 1991 – Oct 1993SupplyI served the food to everyone on this list (1991-present) pretty much everyday. Lots of crazy times. I remember getting drunk and cooking shrimp in the galley after a fantail "dog and pony show". Awesome.
Case, Tim "Spaz"BMSNNov 1, 1991 – Mar 1, 1993DECK Where else?Wow, I remember almost everyone on this list. Cave and Stu arm wrestling, and I am pretty sure myself and Eggen were spades champs..lol! Remember 1992 NATO - Saratoga blew up the Turkish ship (on accident) WOW!

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