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USS Seattle (AOE 3) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Seattle (AOE 3). 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 1331 crew members registered for the USS Seattle (AOE 3).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 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 | 2004 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Strength, BillyEM31971 – 1975ECame aboard in 1971 or 1972. It's been a long time. Was brought aboard on my first helicopter ride. What an experience for a kid. Did mess duty and went on to the electrical department. Went to A school and became an EM3. Got out in 1975.
Therry, MichaelSN/BM1971 – 1973Deck 3 RDEnjoyed running liberty boats and multi hours at unrep but really enjoyed the 2 Meds and all my shipmates.
Cook, TerrySH21971 – May 7, 1975S2I'll never forget the days I spent on the Seattle. Jerry Mills, Gary Gupton, Charlie Racer, helped me make it the first year Thanks. For those who don't remember I worked in the barber shop, the laundry and ships store.
Alvey, BillGMG21971 – 1975WeaponsHaze grey and underway! UNREPS day or night, seven days a week. Super ship and some of the hardest working sailors in the Fleet. Hi Shipmates, was great serving with each of you!
Harrington, MikeMM31971 – 1973Aft. Engine Room
Martin, DavidIC21971 – 1973EUSS Seattle AOE-3 1971-1973 USS Kalamazoo AOR-6 1973-1974
Murdock, RobertETR31971 – 1971ET ShopTemporary duty while waiting for class at Nuc School in Bainbridge , MD. Lot of weekly trips to the Caribbean and one trip to GITMO. Spend most weekends tied up at fuel depot in Norfolk.
Bank, L.EVENTUALLY OS1Jan 1971 – Aug 1974O IMany cruises, many excursions Many Good Times and Bad times, Things do change!
Gregorek, Mark R.FTG-3Feb 15, 1971 – Aug 15, 1972WeaponsLooking back boy did we have fun. Just found out that SP Carter, one of the funniest guys I ever knew, died in 2008. Spoke to Haegar.Would love to hear from any of the old gang, especially McFarland, MacLaughlin, Janz.
Richardson, RichieBT2Mar 1971 – Sep 10, 1974B DivisionSome of the best times of my life and the friends will be in my heart and mind forever.
Toma, Richard (Goulash)SK-3Mar 1, 1971 – Jul 3, 1974S-1Had a great learning expierence aboard the Seattle. Made some wonderful friends including LT(JG) Campos (Taco), Chief Moore, and Paul Belcher. Made 2 Med cruises aboard Her out of Norfolk.
Richardson, WallyBT2Mar 3, 1971 – Sep 10, 1974B DIVISIONI remember the great times and I seem to have forgotten all the bad times I complained so much about at the time. I remember the great friends I made. Full steam ahead. 30 knots
Richardson, Wallace L.BT-2Mar 10, 1971 – Sep 10, 1974BWOULD LIKE TO TALK TO SOME OF MY OLD FRIENDS. CHRIS BOWMAN FOR SURE. TALK TO TEKULVE, HELMAN, REILLY, YANORA.
Steinberg, ChuckCS2May 26, 1971 – Jul 1974S-2I was the ships Baker. I am working for the USFS at Boxelder Job Corps CCC. I am the Senior Chef and temp. Culinary Arts Instructor.I still enjoy baking.
Steinberg, Charles/chuckCS2Jul 1971 – Jul 1974S-2 DivisionI was the ships Baker. I would also train new Cooks how to bake rolls, pies, bread, cakes, etc.. Served w/ CS2 Caiines, CS1 Potter, CS3 Eicher, CS3 Gaffney, S Chief Mish, Lt Paine,HM2 Chuck Hankinson, and a lot of others
Reigel, TerryMM1Jul 20, 1971 – Jul 23, 1972rasei was in charge of the mm`s on the winch deck. had a good time aboard. the crew was the best. hope i got my dates right it been awhile. miss the old girl.
Fulton, GaryOS2Aug 1971 – Jul 1976OIGood experience. Cruises to the Mediterranean and Caribbean. A solid ship in bad weather.
Haibach, DavidET-2Aug 1971 – Aug 1972OPSAhoy ! 1 Med Cruise was enough . ) Gosh, that radar was a looong way up there.
Connelly, TimothyFTG-3Aug 10, 1971 – Jun 21, 1975Weapons Division
Therry, MichaelSNSep 1971 – Aug 7, 1973Deck 3rdENJOYED TWO MED CRUISE WHEN NOT OPERATING THE LIBERTY BOATS OR UNREPPING ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
Swaincott, GordonSN/BMSep 1971 – Sep 1972Deck/ 3rdHardest working ship in the Navy. Between work, replenishment and watches, sleep was not an option. Mostly now in 2012 my memories are of the Med cruise from Dec. 1971-Jun 1972 and the countries I visited.
Campos, FredLT(JG)Oct 30, 1971 – Oct 23, 1974S3 and S1As a young ensign right out of Supply Corps School, I was apprehensive when I arrived. Luckily, Lt (jg) Dewey Fitzpatrick & Lt(jg) Lynn Crawford helped me out. Had some great times. Great trips with Dr. Dick Spence, Bob Kearney, Lt. Ken Plante.
Helman, BillBT3Nov 1971 – Nov 1973BHad some great, and not so great times on 2 Med cruises.Made some always great life time friends.
Wildberger, Art  NEWBT2Nov 11, 1971 – May 30, 1973B- DivWorked in the after fire room
Rhodes, MichaelsnNov 14, 1971 – Feb 14, 19743RDSure had a good time on the King of the Med. A lot of hard work, But a good crew,
Duhon, JoeMM3Nov 15, 1971 – Jul 28, 1975M Aft. Engine roomCame on board as a Fa.made rank up to MM3.Went to the Decom. It was good to see the Ship and shipmates. Hope we can have a reuion soon.
Tucker, JamesBT2Nov 29, 1971 – Jul 4, 1975BJust like to say hello to some my old friends and shipmates
Frazier, Davefn e4Dec 1971 – Jan 1973A gangwhat a great time. 2 med cruises. lots of great memories of people & places.
Turner, Jeff /buzzE 31972 – 1974DECKLooking for TOM BELL ,JEFF CABLE,JIM FRANK,JOE LANZARA,SWAMPRAT,RON MCKIERNAN
Burress, ChuckRM-21972 – 1975OC
Licker, MauriceHT-31972 – Mar 1974R DivisionI will never forget the friends i made and the times we had,,always proud to be on the Seattle,,the best ship in the Navy. If i could do it all over again ,i would. Never felt more alive...
Beaudry, Henry profile iconSK-31972 – 1974XThis listing is for my late father. RIP 6/20/2003. If you served with him or knew him I would love to hear from you and wonder if anyone out there has any pictures of him from the navy.
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Fisher, BarryETR-31972 – 1976ET SHOP
Sullivan, TommySeaman1972 – 1974X & Deck
Everson, Irvinge-41972 – Dec 15, 1975radiomenYes, the Navy. My daughter is leaving for the Navy as a JAG Officer in January. She will be doing better than her dad. The Navy was a good time to grow and enjoy seeing the world. I have some fun memories of friends.
Beaudry, HenryE3Jan 1, 1972 – Jan 1, 1975Store Keeper - Shipping/ReceivingI writing this for my Late Father- He Had SO many great memories of his time on this ship. He served 1972-75. He passed away from a heart attack in NH, USA on 6/20/2003. He was Captain for our Fire Station and Loved it.
Scheckenbach, ValOS3Jan 4, 1972 – Jan 4, 1974operationsMade a lot of friends on the Seattle and was great and enjoyed the travel.
Waggoner, MarkQM3Jan 20, 1972 – May 5, 1973NavigationGreat bunch of guys to serve with. No girls that we know of served on board at that time.
Nutt, TomQM3Feb 1972 – Jan 1974navigation
Gerlach, GarryENS/LTJGFeb 1972 – Dec 1974Repair/FirstGreat ship and great crew delivering the goods to the fleet. Steamed our pants off. Fred Campos, Ken Plante, Tom Gilson, Al Legacy, Bill Baxter, Boswain Todd, Gunner Colley and both Andy Andersons made the tour worthwhile.
Nutt, ThomasQM3Feb 1972 – Jan 1974navigation
McLean, Michael, MacRM1Feb 2, 1972 – Jun 4, 1974OCHad lots of interesting ports of call, good people on board, our F-4 fighter ace Captain was something special. It was funny when Gitmo wouldn't let us ashore because our hair was too long. But the sweat bands were neat.
Savage, DavidSEAMANFeb 5, 1972 – Jul 4, 1972E ? My time on Seattle was too short, as was my navy hitch. All in all That Med cruise was the best. Jim Henico look me up we did mess duty together.
Hansen, John/harrybm3Feb 20, 1972 – Nov 29, 1974rasegood friends miss them frank corrdaro dave sterling charlie lyons billy baker
James Henico, JimGMG 2Mar 16, 1972 – Mar 15, 1975WEAPONSHAD A GREAT TIME ON SEATTLE,IT WENT TO FAST.WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OLD SHIP MATES
Archer, KenIC-3Apr 1972 – Aug 1976EngineeringI still have dreams of my time on that ship! Oh it was hard work. Repairing high water alarms in the bilges, cleaning the salinity cells on the evaporators. It was endless, hot, dirty work. Six on, six off unreps!!!
Sinex, JonGMG-2Jul 1972 – Aug 1975WeaponsHard working ship, Always underway.
Hawley, MichaelMM2Jul 4, 1972 – Apr 1, 1975SERVED IN AFT ENGINEROOM......STARTED AS MESSAGER OF WATCH AND WORKED ALL THE JOBS UNTIL I WAS MMOW. I'D LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANY SALTY EX-CREW AND EVEN THOSE WHO NOW RUN THOSE THROTTLES IN AFT ENGINEROOM.
Primrose, HughYN3Jul 19, 1972 – Apr 3, 1974X
Porto, Tomsd3Jul 30, 1972 – Jul 31, 1975supplyhad a blast aboard ship. fond thoughts and memories. worked in officers country. hey gunner mcmullen, i once walked thru the officers lounge with my dick out .you didn't even notice! willy and pauly were rolling!
Blevins, David , Sr.SK2Aug 1972 – Jun 1975S-1
Wilson, DavidE4Aug 1, 1972 – Dec 10, 1975S2
Wilson Willie, DaveAOE 3Aug 8, 1972 – Dec 10, 1975S2
Oliver, StevenBMSNAug 18, 1972 – Aug 27, 1975RASE/1STIT'S A PLEASURE TO SEE THIS ,MANY MEMORIES,17 WHEN I WENT ABOARD THIS MIGHTY OLD GIRL,A LOT OF GOOD PEOPLE ,THE BEST U.S. HAD TO OFFER,GOOD TIMES AND BAD ,I WISH ALL ,BEFORE ,DURING ,AND AFTER ,GOOD LUCK AND THE BEST LIFE HAS TO OFFER
McMullen, John (Gunner)CWO-2Aug 19, 1972 – Aug 20, 19753rd OFFHardest working ship in the Navy. Great crew with a lot of problems. Accomplished 9 carrier complete backloads. Remember fondly Capt R. Anderson , Cdr I. Goto, Lt A. Anderson, Lt Woody Carbary, WO W. Todd and many great crew members
Tekulve, Richard D.BT 3Sep 1972 – Oct 1975BI also served a three month tour in USS Detroit AOE-4 while Seattle was in dry dock. Made many lifelong friends from my Seattle days!
Cantera, David (Gino)E-4Sep 1972 – Jun 1974Auxilary
Isbill, MichaelSH3Sep 1972 – Dec 1972SupplyOnly on the Seattle for one cruse. Got jerked of the USS Orion to fill out crew. Worked in the laundry and ship store office.
Keltz, JoeSEAMANSep 15, 1972 – Jun 15, 1973DECK
Slocum, MikeBM3Sep 18, 1972 – Sep 12, 19753rd RASEran boats b & a crane. hey route ,stokes ,rein ,shannon rember swim call, happy hielo hops (july 4th1973) remember snipes held a demonstration said ship wasn't ready for the Med. to no avail, we went. after med. dry dock then getmo
Gambrell, JohnSH4Oct 1972 – Jul 1975SupplyIt was a great time in my life. I sure miss it and I miss all my shipmates. Great ship.
Otterson, GeorgeHT3Oct 2, 1972 – Sep 1975R DivisionHey guys. I'm alive. How are Mills, Love, Beakler, Schmitty (artwork in Spain), Strouble, Remaker? Is anyone going to the '11 reunion in Virginia? We'll be there. Showed my wife the house in Norfolk. The Yankee, George.
Wells, JoeBT3Oct 24, 1972 – Jun 24, 1975b
Raymond, Jeff"up and down"Oct 30, 1972 – Oct 15, 1974XSako, Kuhns, Beaudry, Walters, Profit, Myers and the rest of the "Gang" Remember Jeff's house in New Hampshire... Capt. Anderson was "Great".
Smith, Alex "smitty"QM3Nov 1972 – May 1975NavigationThe crew of the Seattle was the best, hardest-working bunch in the fleet. I have always, and shall always be, proud of my service with them, and being aboard the "King of the Med."
Smith, Larry (Smitty)HT3Nov 1972 – May 1975R DivisionHey Guys,Those were the best memories ever, partying all the time,playing cards,cruising all over the world! What's up, Mills, Beachler, Love, Otterson, Dunn, Houston, Rhodes, Steinbacher, Chooch, Struble, Anderson, Rocker, all of R Div!
Carr, PaulYN2Nov 18, 1972 – Sep 10, 1974x
Meiers, Charles (CPN2Dec 1972 – May 1976X
Love, JamesHT3Dec 1972 – Jul 1975R Div.Had some hot times on the old Seattle - "borrowing" Hienekens from the Captains private stores - cooking lobster in the filter shop - getting trashed in foreign lands - Smitty remember Athens? Where's the Geech? Otterson
Reinert, Jim (Rip)e-4Dec 1972 – Jul 1975A-gangI had a great time and wouldn't do it again for a million dollars.
Hecker, Keith / HeckBM3Dec 2, 1972 – Sep 30, 1975RASEHad some great times on this old ship. It would be nice to hear from some old friends. Charlie Lyons, Dave Sterling, Frank Cordaro, Jim Henico, Mac McKlearon. Art Moss, Gray, Bossn' Todd
Byerly, DonaldE3Dec 11, 1972 – Dec 11, 19743RD.
Byerly, Donald BurnoutE3Dec 18, 1972 – Dec 18, 19743ERD

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