The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Calcaterra (DER 390). 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 17 crew members registered for the USS Calcaterra (DER 390).
|Ford, Quinton||SN||1960 – 1961||Deck||Worst duty in US Navy|
|Potts, Edward||rm3||1966 – 1967||radio||I cannot remember names of my fellow radioman nor my chief. would like to know if still alive and locations.|
|Hoblit, Douglas||EM2||Feb 1966 – Jan 1969||Repair Division||Thirteen electricians on a 306 foot ship, thank you MDCS.|
|Lubiejewski, Lubie||AG3||1967 – 1968||OI|
|Ruddy, Jack||RD2||May 1967 – Apr 1970||OI|
|Ruddy, Jack||RD 2||May 1967 – Apr 1, 1970||OI|
|Schaefer, William||stg3||1968 – 1970||weapons|
|Gamble, Tim||STG2||Mar 1, 1968 – Apr 5, 1971||AS||A learning experience working with seasoned and experienced shipmates. A great base on my way to Senior Chief.|
|McClure, Harold||RDSN||Oct 25, 1968 – Jul 18, 1969||OI||EW specialist on Dog Rocks Cuba picket duty alternating with Key West Submarine Warfare training. Injured during storm evasion June 1969.|
|Meadows, Michael||EN2||1969 – 1973||Engineman|
|Bond, Bill||STG3||1969 – 1972||Fox|
|Felker, Harry||BM2||1969 – 1970||Deck||Still alive!|
|Henderson, Jim||ENS - LTJG||Mar 1969 – Dec 1970||1st LT, Weapons Officer and Assistant Navigator|
|Raaf, Bob||LTJG||1970 – 1971||Weapons|
|Felker, Harry||BM2||Jan 8, 1970 – Dec 31, 1970||Deck|
|Wilson, Randall||SN3||Feb 2, 1971 –||BM||Awesome time. If I had known the profound impact this time and guys would have on me. I owe all my shipmates a debt that can never be repaid.
I did Cuba pickets, and 1 North Atlantic (NATO) cruise.
Sincerely miss all.|
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|Davern, Timothy||RM2||Jun 1972 – 1973||Operation||I remember spending all that time in Jacksonville Yards, finally getting back to Key West. We failed our engine inspection and was forced to be towed, by a tug, to Pascagoula, MS, into dry dock.|
There are currently no planned reunions.