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USS Jesse L. Brown (FF 1089) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Jesse L. Brown (FF 1089). 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 227 crew members registered for the USS Jesse L. Brown (FF 1089).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1975 | 1976 – 1980 | 1981 – 1985 | 1986 – 1989 | 1990 – now

McGuigan, Harry / MacETN21972 – Feb 1975OpsPlank Owner --- Assigned to Boston Navy Shipyard as part of "outfitting" crew. Joined ship on its arrival in Boston. One Med cruise --- two trips to Gitmo
Jordan, AlSN1972 – 1973deckwas only on ship for a short time. went to a school and due to circumstances never came back. met some great people and have wonderful memories. was a plankowner and regret never making it back aboard. my best to u all.
Fisher, JamesSM3Jan 14, 1972 – May 22, 1974OperationsI am a Plank Owner, having commisioned the ship at Boston Naval Shipyard, then to Newport RI and from there, until discharge Charleston SC. I remember some great sailors in operations and good friends. Would really like to get in touch.
Dillon, DennisSH3Jun 1972 – Jun 1974SupplyPlank Owner I worked in the barbershop.
Krum, CharlesHMOct 14, 1972 – Dec 11, 1974operationsplank owner
Munson, FrederickPETTY OFFICER 3RD CLASSNov 1972 – Jan 1976SUPPLYIt has been 40 years since we were tied up next to the uss constitution.does everyone remeber.I am also a plank owner
Blank, TobySM3Dec 1972 – Aug 1975OpsPlankowner, went from seamen apprentice to SM3 while on board. Great commissioning crew, good duty, good bunch of officers.
Goodheart, SteveSNDec 1972 – Jun 1974deckcame aboard in boston at the shipyard i am a plankowner worked for BMC Aiken and BM! Jesse James homeported in newport RI than moved JLB to Charleston SC. life was so simple then.
Bourgeault, ReneEM2Dec 1972 – Aug 6, 1976E - ElectricianPlank Owner - Originally DE-1089 - was also the Master-at-Arms from last 1975 until Aug. 1976. I'll never forget July 4, 1976 when we sailed into Boston harbor with Old Ironsides for the Bi-centennial celebration. ** Great Memories **
Dufilie, PaulMM1Dec 1972 – 1976MAfter my enlistment, I attended the University of Connecticut, receiving a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering. I presently work at UCONN in the ECE Department. I had a great time on the ship, and will never forget it.
Buis, GarryE3RMDec 1972 – Jan 1973RadiomenI was a plank owner taken off ship for medical reason
Authement, EricSNDec 7, 1972 – Apr 28, 1974W-1Plankowner, worked for Chief Adkins, BM1 James, BM1 Holt, looking for Blank and Al Jordan. followed Cmdr Fogarty's carrer.
Montague, DwightOS2Dec 14, 1972 – Jun 7, 1976OIPlankowner, came aboard OSSA, GITMO '73, Med '73-74, Mid East '75-76. Served as Division LPO
Struble, DougBT2Dec 27, 1972 – Aug 6, 1976BI am a plankowner.
Bourgeault, ReneEM21973 – Aug 6, 1976E - ElectricianPlank Owner - One of the best chapters of my life.
Rollins, LlewBM SN1973 – 1974DeckPlank owner, cold commission day! Toby Blank please get in touch with me!
Walker, William profile iconbm31973 – 1975deckPlank owner, friends with the late Audie parker, mark babbin, Was under chief akins
Farnsworth, JosephE31973 – 1975EngineeringI'm looking for Kenneth Greenburg. Please e-mail me at:
Peno, RickEM2Jan 1973 – May 1976EPlankowner
Rinfret, BobRM3Jan 1973 – Dec 1974OPSPlankowner. Came aboard in Newport. Moved to Charleston. Left after Med-Cruise in 74.
Rager, MikeEm2Jan 1973 – May 1976Electrical gangStepped aboard in Jan 1973 as a boy fresh out of boot camp and "A" school. Was piped off as a man, plank owner and shell-back in May 1976. Many fond memories and growth experiences.
Engel, DustinOSSA-OS2Jan 1973 – May 1975OIWas my first assignment after A School, great bunch of people. Help groom me for enjoying a great Naval Career and successful life that followed.
Schleger, KenMM2Jan 1973 – Jun 1976MPlank Owner Made 2 Gitmo, 1, Med and 1 Middle East Cruise. Homeported in Boston, Newport and Charleston. Served with Paul Dufilie, Alan Collins, Bill Dunbar, Rick Peno, Ski and a bunch of other great guys. Best years !
Fernandes, Voss (HawaIIan)BT2Feb 1973 – May 1976BPlank Owner
Davies, James- JtBT3Feb 1973 – Feb 1975BPlankowner, served with a good group of men
McLain, Michael CecilHT2Feb 10, 1973 – Jul 26, 1976R
McAin, MichaelHT2Feb 16, 1973 – Jul 20, 1976R
Marlow, MitchellBT3Feb 18, 1973 – Feb 18, 1975BoilerPlank Owner. I've been looking for my crazy old friend, Michael Raymond Murphy, for many years. I wish I could find him. I've already connected with a couple of old buddies (Doug Struble & JT Davies.
McLain, HowardHT3Jul 1973 – Jul 1975R
Barnett, KennethLtjg1974 – 1977SupplyEnjoyed my time on board. I had the privilege of serving with an excellent crew and thanks to them I learned a lot.It was one of the best times of my life. Thanks to each of you for your friendship and support.
King, Gregory 'Corky'BM3 BOATSWAIN MATESApr 1974 – Sep 1976
Kaufman, ShaneAE2Apr 20, 1974 – Jun 1975HSL-32 LAMPS HELO DETACHMENT A great ship with a great crew. You put up with us airdales and even played some good volleyball with us on the flight deck. It was the first time I worked closely with surface sailors and you set the standard.
MacK, ToddAW1May 1, 1974 – Dec 15, 1974Aircrew, SH-2FI was a young AW and rescue swimmer on my first deployment with HSL-32. It was a lot of fun.
Hogan, Phillip KSTG2May 20, 1974 – Mar 26, 1979W-3Best five years of my 20 year career were spent onboard Jesse. Got one last look at her in Mobile right before her decom. Brought back a lot of memories of shipmates and friends.
Hinson, TimMMFN / MM2Aug 1974 – Mar 1978/ AUX 1Came on board in 1974 and loved every day of it. We dropped the load coming out of Naples and drifited in the water off the break wall for hours. Best time of my life was on the JLB.
Goulding, BruceENSIGN / LTJGOct 1974 – Jul 1978OI & Acting Ops OfficerProbably the longest serving officer on the JLB.
Clark, MarkSR TO SM3Dec 12, 1974 – Jan 10, 1976Deck-OCLooking to get in touch with Mark Jenkins and Mark Kirkey. BM 1 Brown hit me real hard when I made third but he had to chase me. Jenks, remember that left uppercut on the 02 level? I paid for that too.
Woods, JonathanSTG21975 – 1978WeaponsAs expected after my service, I earned an engineering degree and spent 34+ years designing life support medical equipment. I have never forgotten my service or those I served with. I remain proud of our navy today!
Stewart, ClaudeIC21975 – 1978Engineering
Jenkins, MarkSM2Jun 26, 1975 – May 31, 1980OCMy first command and a valuable learning experience. I transitioned from a young teenager to a young man. Thanks to all my shipmates. The lessons learned where invaluable.
Smith, GlennBT2Nov 30, 1975 – Apr 30, 1980BWould like to hear from Fred Houston, Lonnie Williams, Leslie Yarbrough.

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