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USS Detroit (AOE 4) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Detroit (AOE 4). 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 1287 crew members registered for the USS Detroit (AOE 4).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – 1996 | 1997 – 1998 | 1999 – 2000 | 2001 | 2002 – 2003 | 2004 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Knight, AnthonySA1984 – 1986RAS
Walton, Jr, Roy. WaltSeaman Enlisted 11984 – Feb 5, 1985Deck. 2ndTruley a memorable experience on the "Dirty D". Will never forget it someday as long as I live. Hoping someday to reunite with my fellow shipmates. Who knows maybe there will be a reunion someday. That would be awesome.
Woods, Williamsk3 (select)1984 – Apr 30, 1988supply
Conditt, JimE3Jan 2, 1984 – Oct 2, 19862nd.Mother always said, if you can't say anything nice,....
Belle, PaulBM3Feb 3, 1984 – Jan 9, 1986RasContact me presby2000@gmail.com
Conley, Alan (big Al)SR-SNFeb 4, 1984 – Aug 4, 1985secondI'm working on my MMD card and found this web site. I was part of the gawd squad.
Beyer, MarcET2/ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANFeb 28, 1984 – Aug 8, 1988Operations2 med cruises, 1 north Atlantic, countless GITMO's. Hated "Nobody Does It Better" as it was played after every UNREP. Still like "Eye of the Tiger." Fond memories of the steel beach parties on the fantail, meals every 3 hrs u
Saviano, JohnEM3Mar 15, 1984 – May 15, 1987EHad lots of great times and worked with the best in the Navy
Walsh, DenisMM2Apr 1984 – Sep 1987M, Engine Room 2
Dye, DavidMM3Apr 1984 – Oct 26, 1987M
Bockowski, Ed (Ski)BT-3Apr 1, 1984 – Jan 1, 1988"B"No.1 MMR - Hole snipes forever!! There was no underway without us. First on last off.
Bockowski, Ed - SkiBT-3May 1, 1984 – Oct 1, 1988MM1.... Miss all you guys in "B" Div. Great Times! Doing well married the girl I meet in Newport from when I attended ETSS.. 3 kids living and loving Ct. I hope everybody is doing well.....
Gillest, WilliamQMSN (MADE #RD THO...LOL!!)Jun 1984 – May 19872nd/Ras/NavLot's of fun memories, and lot's of turning and burning!! Am crusty and old now, but still working on the waterfront. Hindsight is always 20/20, but still wouldn't trade even the bad times!!!
Banks, DavidYN3Jun 1, 1984 – Apr 7, 1988Started out as a deck seaman and 2nd division and became a YN working with YN2 Perez.. I had the wonderful opportunity to meet men who became friends. All Hail to the Dirty D!
Banks, Davide4Jul 2, 1984 – Jun 5, 1988x-division
Moody, DavidE-4Aug 1, 1984 – Feb 16, 1988EngineeringWas an interesting time. Mainly had the Carpenter shop and for a while was lpo in damage control Shop. (e-5) I designed the hall of fame that we put in the chow hall and was Detroit Sailor of the Month April 1986. Hoffman and Parrish.. HI!!
Brasher, ScottFC3Aug 1, 1984 – May 1, 1985Weapons
Damiani, RichardEN2Aug 15, 1984 – Jul 15, 1989A-GangStarted in 1st division, then RAS, then #1 Fireroom before ending up in A-Gang. Did two 'Ocean Safaris' and a Med cruise, plus a year in drydock.
Core, ChuckSEAMANAug 15, 1984 – May 15, 1986!stloved the dirty d got 3 days breadwater n gtmo had good times and memories got some old pics flight 1/4s unreps my first ship was plenty of memories
Treacy, RobertCREWMANSep 9, 1984 – Sep 9, 1987RAS & CCTVWorking with the guys in RAS was great. I especially enjoyed working with JO3 Adamson and the guys down at CCTV. Many great memories and many great times. I miss all of you guys especially QM W.F. Gillest and SM. D. Thomas. me-rjktreacy@Verizon.com
Coleman, AlonzoSH3Oct 1984 – 19882nd and then SupplyStarted off rough, then had a good time with good memories, good shipmates overall and a good experience.
Simms, ElliottYN2Nov 8, 1984 – Jul 10, 1989XOne of the best 4 years 7 months and 25 days I ever spent, although I didn't always think so at the time.
Marini, MichaelSK3Dec 1984 – Jul 1988SUPPLY
Wollam, Jeff (Billy)Dec 24, 1984 – Mar 3, 1989Fox
Wollam, Jeff (Billy)FC1Dec 26, 1984 – Apr 4, 1989FoxSpent some good times and some bad times on her. But lots of fond memories. Would like to find some lost shipmates.
Montry, Bruceosc1985 – 1990oi
Walters, PatrickRM31985 – 1987Operations
McCormick, Jime21985 – 19881st
Laba, GlennAOE4Jan 1985 – Sep 1986Although the Navy really wasn't my bag, I enjoyed the travel as well as most people in A gang. Anybody who remembers me....would probably remember me getting busted for smoking hash. Some fond memories!
Cooper, RodgerPN3Jan 10, 1985 – Aug 10, 1988XSome good memories, some bad. Walking down the brow for the last time was a breath of fresh air.
Morgan, John (Rock'N Johnny Mess Crank)E2/UNRATED 1ST DIVFeb 1985 – May 19871stI was just a kid of 17 when I joined the navy. I wasted a lot of time goofing off. But I learned so much. It just took me years to realize it. I will never forget the adventures with Joe Adamson, Matt Rarick, Frank Laslo, Frank Bell (No Forces!)
Michael, McGuireE6/FC1Feb 17, 1985 – Feb 12, 1989FOXThe "Dirty-D"! Oil, Oil everywhere! What a place, many memories both good and bad. All in all I will never forget the place.
Diment, TomEM1Apr 1, 1985 – Apr 1, 1989RASTRANSFERED TO SERVICE SCHOOL COMMAND AT GREAT LAKES NAVAL BASE. RETIRED IN 1993 WENT OT WORK AT PWC. MY JOB IS WORKING ON ALL OF THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS ON THE BASE
Lambert, BrianGMG2Apr 15, 1985 – Apr 15, 1988weapons
Sorenson, RickEN3May 1985 – Dec 20, 1988A GangerFirst ones on ,last ones off,Made a lot of good friend on the Detroit,so I ya remember me give me a shout.several hours of unreppin and way to many box lunchese in the wee hrs of the mornin but all in all it was a great time!!!!
Morin, PeterYN2May 1985 – Jun 1988ADMINWas my first experience on a ship and a great experience it was. Met a lot of great people and had a lot of fun.
Blodgett, ScottMS2May 14, 1985 – Feb 7, 1989S-2Great times being a "cook" on the Dirty-D. Greatest friends I have ever met. Loved hitting the beach and watching the world go by on the fantail.... Give me a shout if ya have the time... great memories.
Bowling, Davidgmg3May 15, 1985 – May 15, 1987Gun divison( supply)
Kern, DarrenGMG3Jun 1985 – May 13, 1988WEPSHad some good time hmmmmm ok a few bad like all night fresh water wash down on ammo. Do you remember who set off the sprinkler? I DO
Basford, JackBM1 (SW) / BMC (SW)Jun 1985 – Jan 1987RASHad a Great time, and met a lot of Great people. A Great ship for the BM rating...
Winans, StevePCNJun 10, 1985 – Mar 5, 1986XAlthough I was aboard the Detroit for a short period of time I have many great memories. Also met and served along side alot of good people.
Hatfield, EricMM1Jul 8, 1985 – Aug 20, 1988MLong live the EM02 Mudhens! Don't miss 20 hour work days. GM Inc & Joe Foley where r u guys? Gulf of Sidra'86, Med, NAtl, GITMO, OPPE, INSURV, ECCTT, MMOW.
Edwards, RobertHM3Aug 1985 – Aug 1987MEDICALWill Miss the Old Drity D, had some great great times and a few not so great.. HA remember the camp fire girls lol...
Paparella, MikeFC2Aug 1, 1985 – Nov 29, 1989FOXGood times, bad times, had them all. I would do it again in a minute. Have some great memories of my time on board. Wouldnt mind receiving emails from any old FOX buddies.
Mitchell, AaronSHAug 1, 1985 – Mar 15, 1987It's all a blur. Somebody drove a forklift off the side of the ship in the middle of the North Atlantic and the captain almost sank us trying to dock in Italy. CCTV, Adamson, the gang...good memories.
Mangrum, MikeGMG E5Aug 1, 1985 – Apr 4, 1990weps
Brake, BenOS2Aug 19, 1985 – Aug 20, 1988OperationsHello to all in Operations, especially OS's and EW's. Too bad the Big "D" has been scapped!
Thomas, Davidsm3Sep 11, 1985 – Mar 25, 1989OPSthe detroit I enjoyed time on there
Erickson, SheldonEM2Oct 1985 – Dec 1988EGod, has it really been 20 Years? That short time on-board seemed like such a big part of my life. FTN, glad I was there, and glad I got out.... Peace..
Osadjan, DavidLTNov 1, 1985 – Sep 20, 1989FOX, OC, B and ADMIN Officers do it all!)Great memories from my time there onboard. Some not so great memories too, but time erases the bad ones. I'm glad I was able to serve! Loved those Port & Starboard watches in CIC, then another 10 hours doing my regular job.
Peters, WilliamSNDec 1985 – Apr 19871st Div, MAA & XIt was the best time of my life. I wish I had stayed to engage in Desert Storm. I was there for Project Distant Hammer. I transferred to go to Meridian, MS to become a YNSN, then on the Groton Sub Base. Having a Triple By-Pass this week.
Burkert, PhilDC2Dec 1985 – May 1989RWOW decommissioned !! who would have thought... Yea she broke down a lot. but she always brought me home, sometimes on schedule.. RIP you big ol bucket of bolts.

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