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USS Jouett (CG 29) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Jouett (CG 29). 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 402 crew members registered for the USS Jouett (CG 29).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1975 | 1976 – 1979 | 1980 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
George, TerryST21966 – 1968ASwas on board for commissioning day. Plankowner DLG 29. Now Historian for USS Jouett DLG/CG 29 Association. Would like to have as many crewmembers as possible join and attend the reunions. Great Ship. Great memories.
Dalton, CharlesFTM31966 – Sep 1, 1970FOXPlankowener
Pack, DennisEM31966 – 1968OperationsI was assigned to the Jouett while it was being built in Bremerton WA. In Oct of 1966. I'm a plank owner. I would like to make contact with any of the other EM's of that time period.
Helton, JimmySTG31966 – Dec 20, 1968SonarMember of the first Sonar gang aboard the Jouett.
Podlena, William (Bill)RD31966 –radarI am a plank owner. Left the ship due to injury just before first cruise. After the navy I went back to school and received undergraduate degrees in engineering and economics and a masters in management science.
Wright, RichardJul 1966 – Apr 1970RadarPlank Owner
Shearer, FrederickSTG2Jul 6, 1966 – Aug 15, 1968ASI was the first person to ship over, which I did on commisionig day I was on the Nucleas Creww at PSNS and was part of the sonar certification team. I wasone of the ship's photographers. I serI retired as a STGCS on the USS Truxtun in 1984
Wray, BillETN2Aug 1966 – Dec 1969OEPlank Owner, Precommissioning Crew, Honor Guard at commissioning ceremony.1st & 2nd WestPac Cruises. Golden ShellBack; 10 July 1968: 00 00' 180 00'Tossed the shoes to Subic Bay on 13Dec 1969
Miguel Reyes, MikeBT 2Aug 1966 – Jan 9, 1969BLooking for CWO J.J. Holder.
Westlund, EricYN3Sep 1966 – Aug 1968NX/OIPlankowner. Started in OI div..tranfered to NX to run the small print shop.
Viera, DennyBM3Sep 1966 – Apr 1970DeckDLG-29: Plank owner, shell back..........great ship, great times, great memories, great friends.
Masingill, James (Aka "Moose")RD3Sep 1966 – Nov 23, 1968OIPlankowner (second ship). 1st NAM deployment. Left USN, went to College and Law School on GI Bill. Returned and retired as Judge Advocate. Still work for DON as civilian attorney. JOUETT and crew were my 2nd most important life influences.
Clark, JohnDS#Sep 1, 1966 – Jan 27, 1968OEPlankowner - I drew the diagram in the commisioning program. I retired as a DSC with more salt on my skivies than most sailors CVA-65(fire on the flight deck), CVA(recommisioning),CVA59(shock test)
Knapp, DonETR2Sep 1, 1966 – Dec 21, 1968Operations ElectronicsAssigned to Jouett out of ET school. My Grandfather was a shop 17 worker at PSNS for 25 years. I remember visiting the shipyards many times as a child. My grandparents attended the commissioning ceremonies. It was an honor to serve in Jouett.
Erickson, LeonSK2Sep 1, 1966 – Jan 15, 1969SUPPLYWOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OTHER STOREKEEPERS FROM THIS TIME FRAME
Black, RonneyIC2Sep 10, 1966 – Jan 23, 1968EngineeringPlankowner, Shellback, 1st Westpac Cruise - best ship in then whole navy.
Faridoni, DavidRM3Sep 20, 1966 – Nov 5, 1968OCReported to FTC San Diego out of boot camp along with 3 others from my company. Plankowner and Golden Shellback on our way home from Westpac July 10, 1968. Enjoyed my time aboard and worked and played with some great shi
Zelinsky, RichardFTM2Oct 1966 – Apr 1968Foxwas plank owner assigned to SPS 48 Radar
Johnson, MuffRD3Oct 1966 – Jul 1968OIFond memories of a great experience and a great education. Recently retired after 30 years with Kodak. Still love to travel.
Nelson, BillSH-3Oct 1, 1966 – Nov 29, 1968SupplyPlank Owner. First Westpac with Captain "Gabby" Hayes. I was the Ship's Barber along with Billy Depasquale.Remember the Midnight ride of Lt Larson picking up the downed pilot in Nam.
McFayden, DennisSK 3Oct 1, 1966 – Aug 3, 1968SupplyI was a plankowner and golden shellback. Loved the ship and the first westpac cruise.
McIntyre, GaryDS1Oct 25, 1966 – Feb 2, 1971OECheck us out on the USS Jouett Association Home page @ www.ussjouett.com Look for reunion information there.
Fair, RayBM 3Dec 1966 – Aug 1968DeckI was a plankowner when she was a DLG.
Morrison, BruceRD2Dec 1966 – May 1969OIWas a plankowner and served on board during WestPac 68, the first cruise overseas.
Van Wyck, WayneBT2/BT1Dec 1966 – Aug 1968B -Plank Owner Departed Jouett in 1968. Returned in 1969 and departed again in 1973. Made First Class three times between 1971 and 1973. Guess you could say I had my ups and downs on Jouett. Met a lot of good snipes while onboard.
Girard, Bill (Wierdo)Dec 3, 1966 – Oct 22, 1969deckJust another plank owner checking in. Had a lot of good times on the old J. But once was enough.Take care all you OLD people and ship mates.
Smith, RickQM2Dec 3, 1966 – Dec 6, 1968NXPlankowner and Golden Shellback aboard DLG29. Made first Westpac tour. Made first emergent trip to Hawaii Thanksgiving day 1968. Remember that? Fair Winds and Following Seas to our departed shipmates.President of the assoc 2000-2006.
Ryan, RobertSK3/2Dec 3, 1966 – May 10, 1968SupplyThe Jouett had a good crew, after leaving, went to college, and became a steel buyer, If you remember during that time please contact.Would like to hear from you.
Gay, DanielCS-3Dec 6, 1966 – May 5, 1970Supply DivisionPlank Owner on board Jouett DLG 29 Currently retired in Acton, Ma. 01720 Served on board for two West Pac tours. 1968 and 1969/70
Gay, David J.STG2Dec 10, 1966 – Dec 9, 1969ASPLANKOWNER aboard Jouett. '68 and '69 WESTPAC.
Doble, MikeRD3Feb 1967 – Dec 1968OperationsI was on the initial Tonkin deployment. I had great / memorable times on R&R and aboard ship. Friends that I have lost contact with. I retired from General Motors in 2000 as manager of Advanced Concepts/Special Vehicles for Buick.
Spore, DickET3, ET2, ET1Jul 4, 1967 – Jan 5, 1971OE (Operations Electronics)Checked aboard as ET3, July 4, 1967 in San Diego, on Post commissioning shake-down cruise. Underway 0800 July 5, 1967 back to Bremerton, WA. Made all the WestPac Vietnam cruises until departing as ETI in January 1971. Remember USS Pueblo incident?
Smith, TerryICFN-IC2Jul 23, 1967 – Mar 27, 1971ROnly ship I served on. Great group of people to work with. Enjoyed and also at times hated being on the first three West-Pac's. 68, 69-70 and 70-71. I opped to return home instead of the Aussie cruise. My wife made that decision! See you in San Di
Bunchkowski, ErwinQM3Sep 6, 1967 – Mar 13, 1971NXGREAT SHIP GOOD FRIENDS. EVEN THE FOOD WAS GOOD.
Esh, WendellSEAMANOct 8, 1967 – Jul 24, 1970OCWhat ever else you are be a seaman, know the ways of the sea and of the men who go down to the sea in ships. I was sad when I learned our ship had been sunk. When I win the lottery Iwill have another Jouett re-built. Many good friends here.
Metternich, HenryFTM2Dec 1967 – Jan 1969FoxReported onboard just before the Westpac Cruise from the Halsey. Worked for Bolinski on the 55B's.
Phelps, GarnerDC2Feb 1968 – Jun 1970RepairLooking for others that served on the crash crew. Great bunch of guys!
Blaisdell, LarryDC2May 4, 1968 – Nov 3, 1971RepairGreat ship, great ports, great crew!
Holwell, MichaelRD2Jul 15, 1968 – May 11, 1971IO DIVISIONCAME ABOARD JULY 1968, SERVED ON JOUETT FOR APPROX 3YEARS INCLUDING 2 WESTPAC DEPLOYMENTS 69-70 AND 70-71 IN GULF OF TONKIN,AT NORTH SAR, PIRAZ,SOUTH SAR. WORKED IN CIC AIR CONTROL TRACKING, ECM, AND SURFACE WATCH AREAS
Walters, Robert "bob"RD2Sep 10, 1968 – Sep 21, 1971OIAboard when DLG-29, Westpac 2 tours in Nam, was aboard when Samual Gravely made Admiral. Great Capt. I remember the ghost ship that Lt. Whiffen lost. was on surface nav. when he refused to listen to our advice. Looking for Bernie Retzo RD2
Dinneen, DanRD2Oct 1968 – Dec 1971OI
Ennis, StephenBMSNNov 16, 1968 – Oct 1, 1970DeckI was the commodore's and captain's gig coxwain
Garvey, MikeRD2Dec 1968 – Nov 1971OIMADE 2ND AND 3RD WESTPAC CRUISE. SSAM GRAVELY BECAME 1ST BLACK ADM. IN NAVY. ANYONE REMEMBER ALL THE PROBLEMS ON 2ND WESTPAC AND THE VANISHING GHOST SHIP? WHAT ABOUT THE CONVERTSION FROM FEET TO FATHOMS?

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