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USS Cimarron (AO 177) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Cimarron (AO 177). 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 283 crew members registered for the USS Cimarron (AO 177).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1981 | 1982 – 1985 | 1986 – 1989 | 1990 – 1992 | 1993 – 1994 | 1995 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Martin, Steve LBT2(SW)1982 – 1984BI loved the Navy
Simonelli, MichaelGMG21982 – 1986Deck Department
Van Buren, RogerBT2Jan 1982 – Jan 1986Spent 4 years with the best group of Engineers in the fleet. BTOW qualified ECCT team member,Oil Lab. Had alot of fun during deployments and during GQ. Miss all of you guys. Transfered to Great Lakes for Instructor Duty
Seabolt, John..."Bolt"bm-3Feb 26, 1982 – Jun 30, 1982first division...."RASE" i took a temporary duty assignment to be part of a skeleton crew to sail cimarron from sanfran to pearl harbor...awsome 4 months ,met some great people.then back to uss cochrane ddg-21 also ported in pearl
Perrigo, GaryOSMay 1982 – Aug 1985OIAO177
Gilbert, David / Air BertGMG SN /GmG2Jul 22, 1982 – Mar 27, 1987Gun GangHave So Many Good Memories Also . Loved the Basketball to death.Got out in 93 Nov Went To Work For VA Then Fed Ex P/T. Living in San Diego Chula Vista Now.
Lewis, ThomasPCSN TO PC2Nov 1982 – Aug 1986X DIVDid 3 West-Pac's and had Tons of lasting memories. Cimarron had the best Basketball team in Hawaii. We got to get our Cruisebook on this site. Retiring on 01 Oct 12, looking forward to the transition.
Calderon, Mitch "vlad"OS1983 – Nov 1986OIWhere do I start, Russian cyrillics on the hatch to CIC. 101 FRACKIN days in the IO ! DER FEEEESH ! The bull on the board. Reardon, Ho Dee Do !! Chief & 12 scoops of coffee ! Ace of Aces in CIC. Best days of my life. karmit@verizon.net
Hunt, TimRM21983 – 1985OC DivI was on the West-Pac where we ran agound. LP and I worked radio together that deployment. Remember Greg Pruit and I doing some good parting inthe land of OZ. If you remeber the day shoot me a line.
Levea, TedSM21983 – 1987OPERATIONS
Kane, DavidE-4Jan 1, 1983 – May 20, 1983BCaptain Black on here when I boarded, they dumped him. Capt. Peschka took over. I sailed in his next command MSCPAC as a licensed engineer for years. Wish I could locate him now, never got my Honorable certificate.
Cumber, DaveOSSRJan 7, 1983 – Aug 22, 1986OIThe finest Attack tanker in the fleet. I miss the port visits in Australia.
Misuraca, PeteIC2Apr 5, 1983 – Apr 5, 1986Engineering
Reardon, ShawnEM3Apr 23, 1983 – Jul 28, 1986EHEY GUS REMEMBER ME THE PODDLE. NICE TO SEE SOME OF THE NAMES OF GOOD FRIENDS. SREAR95325@AOL.COM
Agoot, BonifacioE4/MS3May 1983 – Jan 1987S-2
"Woody", Everett Wood "Woody"EM3Jun 1, 1983 – Apr 19, 1987EWhat a time I had with everyone on the boat. even shawn and jamie, eck if you are out there email me...love the aussy girls
Gonzalez-valle, BrigidoJun 8, 1983 – Nov 19, 19861 ST
Puttkammer, Robert/puttMMFN/MM2(SW)Aug 1, 1983 – Jul 1, 1987M DivisionMy first ship, were great leaders inspired my carreer of 21.5 years of service. Retired, though still remember the run away shipmate on the horse on one of the small island stop in the south Pacific. Great times.
Divins-stoll(stoll), GregAO-1771984 – 1986R-1CWO Smith...Best Divo I ever had. Ronny Ketch...Where's my Gumby? Just kidding..Paul Czepkiwez.. here's a toast. WestPac '86 was the best of my life.
Lambert, MichaelSMC(SW)1984 – 1988
Jones, Martine31984 – 1986medicalthanks doc for the opportunities you talked me into. after san diego i went on to the marine corps. finished off at nas millington. then went to college to become a rrt
Markle`, WilliamSM21984 – 1986ops
Carlin, WayneET21984 – 1986Egreat times, horrible times, great people I think about often
Czupkiewicz, Paul (Chip)HT 2Jan 7, 1984 – Jul 6, 1986RWhere is the Big Cheese (Ron Ketch)? Fresh air snipes are the best. Where is CWO2 Smith? Great time on the AO 177.
Novacheck, TonyMM3Apr 1984 – Jun 18, 1988A GangThis ship was some of the best years of my life.
McHale, MichaelPN1Apr 1984 – Jun 1986Ship's Office X-divisionWish there were more shipmates from my days onboard. But for those who are, good to reflect back. Navy forced me to take a medical retirement in 89. VA rated 100%. Never remarried, but raised my 4 kids on my own.
Trayler, RobertPN2/E5Nov 10, 1984 – Jun 22, 1989NavigationThe Cimarron was the best. I am no longer in the Navy I got out in 1997 and I am living in PA and enjoying life.
Adkins, DavidGMG31985 – 1987Combat Systems
Barrett, KellyMM3/21985 – 1987of courseWoody, Do you remember tripping cause there was no rice for breakfast on the last day of west-pac? I had a great time and I'd do it all over again. Where the hell is everybody? Swim-call in the I.O. Cmdr. Dickhead fishing off the flightdeck?
Hampton, Kirkie / HampMM3Jan 6, 1985 – Aug 16, 1988M-Div / A GangBoy!! did I have a good time on this ship during my tour I will always remember the west- pacs they were great. We had a great crew they were good times that we all shared. where are my boys@ perry, d-train, elmore, cwo smith and the crew
Bishop, KevinRM2Feb 1985 – Jan 1987OCI left the Navy after CIMARRON, then came back in and after 22 yrs, still in! the WestPAC of 1986 (13 port visits) is a great memory considering the standard deployment is only five and Hawaii counts for two.
Bishop, KevinITCSFeb 15, 1985 – Jan 17, 1987OC -- Radio CentralMy first ship - My 1st WestPAC. 13 port visits in 11 countries. Great ship but a cost waste for the capability that it had to support the Fleet. CDR Lines was the CO. My Chief was RMCS Kramer and RM1 Pitzer was the LPO. I miss Pedro Rodriguez!
Happy, MichaelJO3May 1, 1985 – May 1, 1988X DivisionAlong with the rest of the crew, hated the Salisbury steak.
Wilkerson, StevenSKSNMay 5, 1985 – Nov 28, 1988supply storekeeper
Huntley, JerrySH2May 28, 1985 – May 27, 1989Supply Department (Ship's Serviceman)I have many fond memories of the USS Cimarron AO-177 and it's crew. The WestPacs were great and I got to see many countries.
Eppard, RickyMS3Aug 16, 1985 – Oct 20, 1989suppy- deckhope to hear from some of my shipmates.
Plum, ChrisHT3Aug 22, 1985 – Jun 27, 1987RGreat time, paroud to serve onboard the Navy's finest oiler. Check out the AO-177 website at usscimarron.com
Button, RichardE-4Oct 1985 – Oct 1988B
Erlandson, JimLT.Oct 1985 – Oct 1989EngineeringOften think back to my Cimarron days with much fondness. We had a great crew in engineering and had a lot of fun. Now live in Minnesota (since 1998) and have an Industrial Boiler Control Business. Would love to hear from any of my old crewmates.
Wilkerson, StevenSKSNOct 1985 – Nov 1988storekeeperA good ship!, I enjoyed my time on board. Allot of memories.
Wilson, TimMM3Oct 22, 1985 – Jun 20, 1988RASWhat an experience. Great small crew...we were more like a family. Got to see the world and meet some great people. I don't miss painting and slushing wire though!
Williams, DennyMMNov 28, 1985 – Nov 8, 1990RASEBest Ship Ever

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