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USS Camden (AOE 2) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Camden (AOE 2). 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 1296 crew members registered for the USS Camden (AOE 2).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1968 | 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 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Julson, DennisBM21967 – 19702nd & 3rdPlankowner
Colombo, M.d., JamesLT1967 – 1968Medical OfficerPlank Owner
Oakley, Royce1967 –Deceased 1998
Rosswurm, BruceMM21967 – 1970Plank Owner Bruce E. Rosswurm MM2
Jenkins, William profile iconSK21967 – 1968SUPPLYworked in GSK reported aboard in philla. made the shake down to gitmo and the cleaning of the fuel tanks. trru the panama canal to long beach. left the ship in july 68 for vietnam, with the seabee's
Reinke, DennisBM31967 – 19703rdPLANKOWNER:::::Deceased
Gray, Donald SkeeterMM31967 – Nov 1969A DIVISIONYou can contact me at (423)329-1763. I do not have access to a computer. Currently living in Tennessee. Looking forward to hearing from some of my old buddies You can email my daughter and she will get a hold of me.
Pellett, Perley (Pug)-1967 – 1970-
Rudowitz, AlanSH 3Jan 1967 – Aug 1970SUPPLYI was in a group called Rasberry Unrep. I played guitar with Jerry Stogner. I was also a Plank Owner.
Lippolis, JohnMACM (RET)Feb 1967 – Apr 19681stPlank owner. Left in 6/68 for Brown Water tour in Nam. Stayed 30 years and retired MACM in 8/96. Remember BM1 Daniels & BM2 Crew, SN Willie Rodreguez.
Reynolds, BobPN2Feb 1, 1967 – Mar 24, 1969AdminPlank Owner
Lawley, Tommm3Feb 1, 1967 – Oct 1, 1968ENGINEERINGMEMBER OF COMMISSIONING CREW...PLANK OWNER
Graf, CharlesSNFeb 13, 1967 –3rdleft april to go to vietnam pbr boat sailor Plankower. Set 1st watch with bm1 danials on april1 1967 at phila naval ship along side Uss New Jersey being reoutfited for Vietnam.
Searcy, JamesRM2Mar 17, 1967 – Feb 10, 1970CommunicationsServed with a good bunch of guys. Learned a lot in a short period of time. Found out quick, I wasn't as sharp as I thought I was. Scared, for it was the first time I had been away from home. Made rank fast, took training on into life.
Rudowitz, AlanE5Apr 1967 – 1970SupplyPlankowner, was in rock band during first two cruises to Vietnam, the name was Raspberry Unreps.
Wood, SheldonLTJGApr 1967 – Apr 1969ocplankowner
Rogowski, EdwardGMG 3Apr 1967 – Oct 1969?Let me know if any body remembers serving with me on the USS Camden
Reynolds, RogerAOE 2Apr 1, 1967 – Jul 15, 1969E
Ruth, RodneyBT3Apr 1, 1967 – Dec 31, 1969Plankowner
Dickens, JohnDC-3Apr 1, 1967 –Damage ControlLooking for old ship mates.
Hernandez, LouisPC(striker)Jun 1967 – Feb 1968OpsPlankholder,pre-com@Norva,was@Philly when New Jersey was brought out of mothballs.Got off@Gitmo,lost part of my thumb during shakedown GQ@CIC staion. Went to Arturus got PC2,retired USAFR-e7. Looking for Luis Lara?
Stevens, NickGMM3Jun 10, 1967 – Dec 5, 1969Gunnery
Holley, BillE-3Jun 26, 1967 – Aug 28, 1968BMPlankOwner
Tabb, Douglas C., Jr. (Rusty)RM2Jul 1967 – Jul 6, 1970OCReported aboard after RM 'A' school 7/67. Either the Camden really liked me or no one else wanted me. Was separated from Navy 7/70. Would like to contact old friends I served with.
Castillo, AlbertMR2Jul 1967 – Apr 1971R I PLAYED DRUMS FOR THE RASBERRY UNREP AND FOR THE COUNTRY SWINGERS. HAD A GREAT TIME AND SERVED WITH A GREAT GROUP OF MEN THAT I WILL NEVER FORGET. REMEMBER THE HANCOCK? LIKE TO HEAR FROM EVERYONE...
Vance, ThomasRM3Jul 1967 – 1969Communications
Tabb, Douglas C. profile iconRM2Jul 1967 – Jul 1970OCEnjoyed the relationships developed during my assignment to the Camden. Would like to reconnect with those I served with.
Koenig, JamesETN2Aug 1, 1967 – Mar 14, 1969OperationsSpent long hours at replenishments & fun times in Olongopo City. Wartime Navy is a lot different than peacetime Navy. Painting a schoolhouse in Phillipines was very rewarding. I was at forward lookout when the Hancock collided.
Hubert, Dave (Hubie)MM3Aug 18, 1967 – Apr 15, 1971MI had a grate time on this gray lady,lots of good memories,and I think about her and the friends that I left behine.
Basalyga, GordyRM3Sep 1967 – Apr 24, 1969opsmade first westpac cruise
Drake, DavidSN ON CAMDEN, MADE SH3 LATER IN VIETNAMSep 1967 – Apr 19693rd, HI was on the deck force and later a corpsman striker. Left the Camden to go to hospital corps school, dropped out, ended up in Vietnam on river boats. Hello Brooks, Rudowitz, Channel, and everybody else!
White, Cullen WhiteMM2Sep 4, 1967 – Feb 15, 1970A Air cond shopI dont remember exactly when I left the Camden the date is approx. I was really dumb for leaving it was a great ship with some of the best people I ever worked with. I went to the White Plains with Dave Lentz, anyone remember him.
Garrison, TerryAOE2Sep 11, 1967 – May 16, 1969OEOssn to OS2 2 trips to Vietnam
Clyde Herbert Brooks Jr;, ClydeSM3Sep 26, 1967 – May 10, 1969OperationsThe Ship was excellent and the captain J P Moore was captain
Gordon, MikeRD 2Oct 1967 – Apr 1970OICame aboard out of boot camp, waiting for CT school. When the CT school orders came, I had already made RD2! Transferred to USS Hancock, April, 1970. Would like to hear from shipmates.
Jones, Charles ( Chuck)MM2Dec 12, 1967 – Aug 13, 1968A-DivLeft in '69 and went back to USNPGS Montery, CA. Live in Vancouver, WA. Retired and wife & I travel alot.
Cloutier, Lawrence A CloutierHM3Dec 22, 1967 – Aug 18, 1969medicalBrother duty with Ron,best of times.Remember those days often .I salute you all and hope God blesses you all and what we were doing then..... still in the Medical (neuro surgery ) field.
Rayburn, DavidETN21968 – 1970OPSSailed the first two tours to Vietnam.
Pinson, DannyRM21968 – Jun 1970OCTransferred from USS Hitchiti ATF-103 to USS Camden. Boarded in Subic Bay. Vietnam tours and departed June 1970.
Wells, SteveLTJG1968 – 1969EOD TeamMN1 Bruce Rebbetoy continues in the EOD business and lives in Nevada. Chief Lee Hamrick worked as a civilian EOD Contractor in Kuwait after the first Gulf War. Completed contract, had a heart attack and died several days later.
Hazelton, GaryIC31968 – 1969
Vandre, DeanE6/ETR1968 – 1972Operations
Johansen, GarySA1968 – 19703RD
Gardner, HalFA TO MM11968 – 1974M&A DIVLPO #2 ENG THEN LPO FUEL CONTROL A DIV
Dunlap, RoySN1968 – 1969Supply DivisionIt would be great to hear from old shipmates that remember me.
Hope, MichaelRM-31968 – 1970Radio
Beaudry, JamesE3Jan 1968 – Sep 1968CS
Gormly, Joseph (Joe From Alabama)Qm 3Jan 1968 – Oct 1971NavigationI was in 2nd Divison with Big Mac and Mousie. I finally got to Navigation which I liked. I want to hear from the crew about the collision with the Handcock and about the hurrican. I can't remember getting out of it? Joe
Ham, FredricGMG 2Jan 18, 1968 – Aug 23, 1971Weapons
Babinski, AndyYN3Jan 31, 1968 – Feb 1970X
Hoskins, ThomasLtFeb 1968 – Aug 1969Supply
Channell, Paul "Doc"HNMar 1968 – Mar 1970Medical
Hoskins, ThomasLIEUTENANT SUPPLY CORPSMar 1968 – Aug 1969Supply
Haddock, JohnE3 aft,engine roomMar 12, 1968 – Nov 26, 1969M divisionlooking for some one that can agree that we carried drums of angent orange to the combat zone in 1968-1969
Sloan, ArthurCWO-3Apr 1968 – Jan 1970Supply/S-1Served as Camden's first Cargo Stores Officer under Captain Joe Moorer and LCDR Ed Wallace. Would be interested in hearing from any of my shipmates from those memorable years.
Edmondson, Dave (David)PN2Apr 1968 – Oct 1970PersonnelThe "Camden Experience" is one of the best chapters in my life; exceptional memories & friends. Retired Delta Airlines w/30 years - dual careers - real estate for 43+years. Now live just South of Atlanta - Fayetteville.
Moll, Chris TreetopSK3Apr 1, 1968 – Aug 1, 1972S-1IT WAS THE BEST OF TIMES,IT WAS THE WORST OF TIMES. VIET NAM TESTED US ALL. I WILL NEVER FORGET THE SHIP'S FIRST THREE WES-PAC TOURS.
Capita, JoeBM-3Apr 15, 1968 – Nov 1, 1971Deck (3rd)What I learned while on board proved to be far more valuable than I ever expected. There were many good times, and admittedly, a few that were not so good. Saw some familiar faces at the DECOM. Let's keep in touch.
Quintero, Henry profile iconBT2Apr 24, 1968 – May 12, 1970BJust to say Hi to the B division.
Capita, JosephBM3May 1968 – Nov 1, 19713rdI remember long hours, little sleep & memorable liberty in P.I. (Who could forget the East End Club?) Interesting to see some of the old crew at the DeCom cremony. Contact at: Midwatch@military.com.
Anderson Jr, Donald BDK3May 1968 –S-2I served with one other DK striker, Ed Karkoff for 1 and half cruises from May 1968 until I think mid 1970. I'm 71 and the memory is fuzzy. We had good times aboard the Camden. Lots of hard work but lots of enjoyment.
Wamsley, StevenE-4May 12, 1968 – Mar 10, 1970Machinist MateI AM LOOKING FOR SHIPMATES IN M-DIVISION, AFT. ENGINE ROOM. I COMPLETED 2 TOURS OF VIETNAM.
Kalupa, EdwardLTJun 5, 1968 – Jun 30, 1971OpsLook for address of shipmates Watt and LTJG Larry Lampe.
Valois, WilliamRD 2Jun 26, 1968 – May 5, 1971Operations
Monroe, Herbertsht-3Jul 1968 – Apr 10, 1971S3I was in the Paint Locker then in thr Tailor Shop. 3 Westpack's In 1969 Feb. I was the first Sailor of the Month.
McWilliams, Keith / Big MacBM3Aug 1968 – Apr 19712nd?>Olson,Omalley,Reed,Palomino,etc.>Hancock collision>3 West Packs>Btsn.Middleton was a pain>Tough duty>Great ports>Went back to all ports after Navy>Had lunch on board in HK 1980>Never have forgotten>Sorry for being a big jer
Kambowy@gmail.com, Big Macbm3Aug 1, 1968 –2nd
Pritchard, Kent profile iconBM3Aug 1, 1968 – 19703rdHad lots of good times, good memories, and am now old, retired, and not too many regrets. Best wishes to ALL.. Camden was a hard working ship that we all hated, loved, cursed, and will NEVER forget. Be safe and live long
Diaz, SalE2Aug 6, 1968 – May 1, 19702Remembering my old buddies on the ship, the good times and bad times. NOT MISSING the pain in the butt Mr. Waters division officer. LOL! The hell we raised in hong kong and PI! Would like to reunite with any old buddies that was on my ship
Stogner, JerrySH2Aug 25, 1968 – Mar 28, 1972supplyLoved it, Great crew and oficers, Learned to play the guitar with Alan Rudowitz and Tommy Ruger on drums , great friends,Bob Hess And Pete Laspina,Chris Moll and to many too name.Send me a e-mail...
Harris, William H. (Bill)E3Aug 28, 1968 – Jul 31, 19701st2 tours in vietnam.ran the fast automatic shuttle winch. 1st division.starboard side.
Preston, Donald (Don)RD 3Nov 20, 1968 – Apr 20, 1970OII am retired for 14 yrs. from Sprint Telephone Company after working 34 years. I have been married to Sandy, for 45 years. I have 3 sons & 2 daughters. Looking for Dale Ferrar, Nichols, Burns, & Larry Wilkerson.
Jenkerson, JohnQMCDec 1968 – Mar 1972NAV
Jenkerson, JohnQMCDec 1968 – Mar 1972Navigation

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