The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Knox (FF 1052). 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 346 crew members registered for the USS Knox (FF 1052).
|Trimbath, Kevin||BT1||Jan 1, 1990 – Jan 4, 1992||B||The biggest turd on the waterfront. Operated by losers. The reason I left the Navy.|
|Burfeind, Donald||GMM/1||Jan 17, 1990 – Aug 29, 1990||combat systems||finally got my navy achievement medal from previous command on day of discharge. what a lazy west pac.|
|Tobin, Walter||QMSN||Feb 14, 1990 – Jul 12, 1991||NAVEX|
|Tobin, Walter||QMSN, NOW QM1||Feb 14, 1990 – Jul 1, 1991||NAVEX||Currently working as software engineer for IBM. Still in the Reserves, Beachasters Unit 2 in Baltimore. Spent 10 years with NCW units after active duty. Married, 1 child. I'll never forget my first ship, the mighty Knox|
|Hubbard, Jason||YN3||Mar 1990 – Feb 1992||Nav/Admin|
|Guyette, Jeff "Evil Jefe"||FC3||Mar 4, 1990 – Feb 14, 1992||2nd / BPDSMS||My first ship. Really opened my eyes to the world. Met her in Pusan Korea and rode her to her decom. It was a sad day marching off her brow for the last time while the bagpipes played. That's when the hidden bond between Sailor and Ship was reveal|
|Daniels, Patrick||STG2||Apr 1, 1990 – Mar 1, 1992||st|
|Walters, Leroy||STG3||Jun 15, 1990 – Feb 14, 1992||AS||The Knox was a good ship and the guys in AS Division kicked butt!!!|
|Turner, Jeff||ET3||Jul 1, 1990 – Feb 1, 1992||OE||Knox was my first sea command. I have many fond memories. Best regards to all.|
|Bockman, Darin||FC3||1991 –||Served on the Decom. crew.|
|Hurlbut, Dave||GMM 3||1991 – 1992|
|Keefer, Rich||GMM3||1991 – 1992||She was my first sea command. She made me green the first time out with waves crashing over the signal bridge. I got my sea legs from her and will miss her. And even though she is now 6700 fathoms beneath the sea I will always remember.|
|Bockman, Darin||FC3||1991 – 1992||2nd||My first ship. For those who may have heard it in that last year before she was decom'd, I was the guy who played the circus music over the b*tch box to combat and the bridge... rest assured, all evidence of that tape has been destroyed.|
|Ford, David N.||ET3||Mar 1991 – Feb 1992||Operations.||The first of many ships I served on. And the only one I Called home. Sorry to hear it was sunk.|
|Scotti, Sean||STG3||May 1991 – Feb 1992|
|Breeding, Richard||UT2||Sep 11, 2001 – Oct 10, 2003||nmcb1|
There are currently no planned reunions.