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USS Coronado (AGF 11) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Coronado (AGF 11). 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 799 crew members registered for the USS Coronado (AGF 11).

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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Turner, James ESN1971 – 1974DeckGreat time on Med, Carribean, North At, Cypress & Madri Gras floating hotel. Shipmate buddies Plummer & McCann. Would be interested in any reunion of the gang. Betts was glad to see me go :)
Allred, James M. (Jim) {little Red}E-31971 – 1973air Great time of my life? Enjoyed working with alot of men that I still have great respect for.
Swain, EdLTJG1971 – 1973S2, S4
Paganelli, DarianETN-2Jan 15, 1971 – Dec 23, 1972Operations ElectronicsThe Coronado was a fine machine to serve IN. Our officers were the best in the Navy.
Hart, JohnLtJgJul 1971 – Feb 1974Communications Radio/SignalSuper crew and wardroom. My first duty station and great port visits in Med, Carib and North Atlantic. Many good memories.
Staten, JayDK1Jul 27, 1971 – Dec 6, 1973S-4
Ryan, KevinFNOct 1971 – Apr 1973BSITTING HERE NOW THAT I FOUND THIS SITE AND LOOKING AT THE CRUISE BOOK DATED MAY 1970 MARCH 1972 HAVE OTHER PHOTOS
Ryan, KevinFNOct 1971 – Apr 1973bhaving a problem findig people
Tiska, JoeMR2Jan 1972 – Aug 1975A GangHad a good time, made many life long friends, and enjoyed the islands of the carribean!
Hoover, GaryBT2Feb 1, 1972 – Oct 8, 1975Boiler TechIt is and always will be a great memory of my youth. I was the Oil King and the guys that served in the #2 boiler room will always be in my memories and especially First Class Pappy Bates who was a great mentor to me
Gagliardi, SteveETR2Feb 6, 1972 – Mar 1, 1973OE
Plummer, JimBM3Apr 15, 1972 – Mar 17, 1977first decktime of my life i miss my friends from that era cheif betts was a hoot as was engs stanbar we loved to fish drove the captains boat for 3 yrs
Marley, BertMM2May 1972 – Jul 1974MAfter Engine room
Harris, DavidHull Technican 2nd classJun 15, 1972 – Jul 20, 1976Repair Just found out that the Coronado was sunk last year, brought back old memories, looking forward to talking to some old shipmates.
Meadows, WayneBM3Jul 6, 1972 – Feb 2, 19762nd DeckI had a blast during my 4 years onboard, wouldnt trade them for anything
Ellithorpe, RonaldETR/EW2Aug 1972 – Sep 1973T-Division Great bunch of guys , several short deployments with "Empty saddles in the old corral." Have no Pictures of me in Navy left
Buck, ThomasSNSep 1972 – Sep 1975FirstGreat time, even though I was in trouble for most of it. Ship mates: Leo Kelcourse, John Strikland to name a few.
Endicott, StevenHT2Oct 1972 – Jan 1976RLooking for any of the old R-gang that served when I was aboard or any other shipmates of that time frame.
Zippert, MichaelEN 21973 – 1975A GangTom Byers, Rick Ragatti where are you? EN 1 Ford where is the roof to my Nomad? Contact me.
Rowland, DavidENFN1973 – 1975A GangEnjoyed the Med '74 cruise. Rescuing the civilians off Cyprus, stopping in Palma, Reggio, Napoli and especially Taormina were I met my future wife of 36yrs. Retired in '94 and bought a house there.
Guethlein, Rick (Rico)OS31973 –OI
Wallace, RichPN2Feb 1973 – Jul 1975XI clicked on a pop up to look at the site and found a note from my friend John Beck. I remember the good times in the CCTV room. Benny JJ and the post office, Lou M and Bernie the master of the words that began with F and the boys
McDavitt, Robert A.ABH3Apr 1, 1973 – May 22, 1976AIRSPENT 3 YEARS COMPLAINING,WENT TO GREAT PORTS..NOW THAT IV'E GROWN UP I MISS THOSE DAYS !! TIME GOES SO QUICK!! LOL IN REAL ESTATE HERE IN SO. CAL...WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU !!
Vinson, GaryFTG2May 1973 – May 19763rdMy time on the Coronado changed my life for the better. It's good to see so many familiar names and to remember some of the great times that we had. We hit some great ports and had a few good times. We knew how to work hard and party hard.
Weitzel, DanMM2May 1, 1973 – Sep 1, 1975MServed in the aft engine room. Made the Med cruise that rescued the civilians from Cyprus. Any one remember Ensign Cozine (sp?) or Chief Gledhill? Any old M division guys drop me an email.
Quackenbush, GeorgeMM2May 1, 1973 – Dec 12, 1976MI've run into a few shipmates over the years. I sponsored MM2 Screws when he made Chief, and I ran into LT Stroops son (Ens Stroop) on the Tarawa several years ago.
Geake, KevinEM3Jun 1, 1973 – Jun 1, 1975ELECTRICALI SERVED ABOARD LPD-11 73-75 TOOK MED CRUISE ,QTMO, ETC LT MILLER ENG CWO SMITH ELEC HEAD WEST 1CLS T CALVERT LAMBOREE CASZAT FEELEY STEGNAR KNIGHTPIPE LANSING CREW CONTACT ME AT GEAKERS1@YAHOO.COM LOOKING FOR CONTACTS OR REUNION INFO
Halverson, Aaron/halIC3Jul 1973 – Oct 1976EngineeringWhat I remember the most is taking part in the evacuation of the island of Cyprus in 1974 of about 300 people and taking them to Beruit, Lebanon and then two years later in 1976 almost to the day, evacuating about 300 from Beruit.
Emond, PhillipSH3Jul 1973 – Jul 1975SUPPLY THE MOST REWARDING TIME FOR ME WAS EVACUATING AMERICAN CITIZENS FROM CYPRUS IN 1974.WE WERE AN LPD-11 AT THAT TIME.I STILL HAVE MANY PICTURES FROM MY 2YRS ONBOARD.REMEMBER THE FRIDAY FIGHTS WITH THE "GRUNTS"& BRUCE LEE MOVIES?
Carty, Wallace F, JrpnSep 1973 – Dec 1973personnelalthough i only served onboard the Coronado LPD-11 for a short period of time, i will never forget the experience
Naquin, LeoOct 31, 1973 – Nov 6, 1976EngineeringMy name is leo Naquin I was stationed aboard the USS Coronado LPD-11 when we evacuated about 300 people from the Island of Cypress and brought them to lebanon.
Colvin, JohnMMFN/MM3Nov 1973 – Jun 1976MMade my first Carib, Gitmo, and Med cruises on board the old Crank in Main Control.
Rollins, SkipYN2Nov 23, 1973 – Sep 15, 1975XEnjoyed the "Crank" very much - but, did not care much for homeport of Norfolk.
Applegren, Mark profile iconE-4Dec 1973 – May 1977ElectricianEnjoyed my time on the Coronado, but was glad to get home to my family. Back home in ND, would like to hear from shipmates.
McCormick, GeorgeLI2Dec 24, 1973 – Oct 1974adminShip Printer and Photog spend much time in CCTV with Beck did BOOZE to ST Thomas: Med Cruze rescue from Cypress evac Remember Larry Trent YN1 how bout all the Girls from Miss universe
Lepage, JeffETN 2Dec 25, 1973 – Jul 26, 1977OE53 months kinda miss it....NOT
Palumbo, MichaelABH21974 – Sep 23, 1977Airwas just going through the cruise book the other day remenising, good times bad times, good friends,great ports. My e-mail is Unclebuk48@hotmail.com
Munger, ScottABF31974 – 1975air Hated Norfork, but had a pretty good time with shipmates.Like to hear from anyone.S-munger@sbcglobal.net
Honjo, RandySeaman/GM1974 – 19763rdThe hurricane tossed the ship about like a toy in a tub. The man clung for his life as the winds whipped through the air. than along came Bill, to the rescue, with the rest of the guys. Thanks for the great story.
Ianucci, Cap'N I profile iconLCDR/CDR -XO & CO1974 – 1976Executive Officer and Commanding OfficerFirst Amphib to go through PEB. Lots of good shipmates. Evacuated Beirut, Lebanon during MED cruise '76. Detached in Naples to take command of PORTLAND.
Martinson, Don / MartyRMSN-RM31974 – Dec 1976Commsclickity clack, clickity clack, there go the boys from the radio shack.
Howes, MarkSgt.E51974 – 1974US Marine attached to the med cruiseI remmenber the evacuation of Cyprus Our Marine unit went into Cyprus to secure the embassy.Also later on the cruise we had a chopper go down and only 1 PFC made it we had him abroad. The men on that cruise were good men
Pfeiffer, PeterET11974 – 1975Operations
Rumple, RichQM2Jan 2, 1974 – Aug 31, 1977NavigationLooking for Bayless, Wright, Bolinger, Anderson, Wolfman, Barry and anyone else during this time. Beruit & Cyprus evacs, Med Cruises, Gitmo, North Atl., and yards ... a pain at the time but fond memories now.
Ruebel, Jake IIIMM2Jan 8, 1974 – Jan 2, 1979MWas assigned to aft.engine room. Richy H.,John W.Walt B. Dave Y.,Dave M. Ed C.Tom R.George Q.Ben C.Some good times
Rathel, Donald R , JrSK2Jan 14, 1974 – Feb 14, 1976S-1LIKE TO HEAR FROM SHIPMATES
Harris, TerryAN/GMG2Feb 14, 1974 – Feb 13, 1976AIR/3rdStarted off on LPD-11 in AIR Dept, and crossed over to 3rd Div, and became a Gunner. The 1974 Cyprus Evac stands out for me. Wished we could have done more, but that's politics.
Harris, TerryGMG2Feb 14, 1974 – Feb 13, 19763rdI really miss the Crank! It was some good times though, I met some great shipmates. I remember the Cyprus Evac in 74, and the dead bodies we picked up out of the water near Cuprus. Also the short run to Bezerte North Africa. and APCOD.
Beck, JohnJO3Mar 1974 – Apr 1977XEnjoyed my days on the Crank. Had a lot of fun operating the ship's CCTV station. 2 Med cruises, a North Atlantic, among other stuff. Made some great friends including Tony Montville, Rich Wallace, Rusty, Benny & JJ.
Hart, MichaelHT2Mar 3, 1974 – Aug 21, 1977I had a great captian, officers and shipmates. Sometimes I dream I'm still serving aboard my ship. I'm proud to say that most of the welds in the engine room are mine. I was the only 4955 coded welder aboard ship during my tour. Finally found h
Whitehead, JeffMM3Apr 1974 – Sep 1974MMy first ship. I was between "A" school & Nuc Power School. Stood throttles and messenger watch. Made the Med run and enjoyed port visits in Genoa, Reggio di Calabria, Taormina & Palma. Rescuing civilians from Cyprus kept life interesti
Beck, JohnJO3Apr 1974 – Apr 1977XFirst ship's Journalist. Operating CCTV station. Did Med Cruises in 74 and 76, North Atlantic in 75. Would be interested in any reunion news and would like to hear from Wallace, Claiborne, Kapfhammer, or anyone else in X Division during my time
Burke, BillFTG2Jun 1974 – Apr 19773rd
Altavilla, Ralph (Poncho)MM3Jun 1974 – Aug 1976Aft Engineroom
Long, Rd profile iconETR2Jun 1, 1974 – Aug 15, 1976OEThose were the days. Good times and good friends.
Ward, PatriciaN/AJul 1974 – Jul 1974N/ANot sure if this will get posted but I was not a crew member of the Coronado but one of the American evacuees from the Cyprus conflict! I was 8 years old and I remember it well. I just wanted to say Thank you to all!
Humphrey, Dougmm3Jul 10, 1974 – Apr 1978A gangWow what a rush it is to find this site.l would like to get in touch with some old friends, mm 2 Johnson how r u? Sure would like to find Steve Hudson drop me a email,a gang we had it going on.
Sanchez, MichaelSNAug 1974 – Jun 1977DeckMed Cruise, North Atlantic, GETMO, Carrribean, Home port NOB.
Brase, RaymondOSCOct 1974 – Jul 1977OI DivisionNorth Atlantic 1975 Med 1976
Leak, NormanMM3Dec 22, 1974 – Sep 1977Mwas assigned to # 2 engine room ,we sure did steam around.all ways exciting

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