The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Richard L. Page (FFG 5). 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 276 crew members registered for the USS Richard L. Page (FFG 5).
|Lane, Kevin||BMC(SW)||1986 – 1988||1st||Had some good times aboard the Page. Hey Clev, remember the golf ball cannon? OUCH!!!! firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wallace, Ronald||QM 3||1986 – Nov 1989||Navagation|
|Lamy, Joe||BM2||1986 – 1988||first|
|Gunderson, Dale||sn||1986 – 1988||deck||hey guys..... just found this sight, wondering how all my buddies were doing. had a great time. remember the chicadee.....|
|Warkentien, Dave||LT||Jan 26, 1986 – Sep 30, 1988||Supply|
|Faivre, Tony||EW3 (SW)||Feb 1986 – Mar 1988||OE||My best Navy memories are from the R. L. Page. Came on board in Bath, ME and stayed until the decom in '88. Loved the attitude of Capt Glover and the "Battle Frigate Page" Remember the Chickadee......|
|Joyce, Kevin M||STG 2 (SW)||Feb 28, 1986 – Oct 15, 1988||C3|
|Johnson, Mark||SN/E3||Apr 1, 1986 – May 1, 1988||deck||I really enjoyed my time on the page.|
|Stevens, Mark||EW 3 (SW)||May 15, 1986 – Sep 1, 1988||OE|
|Stone, Darron (Stoner)||FC3||Jun 1986 – Jun 1988||Weapons (Free)||the "Dickie P." certainly had the best crew. I remember the Chickadee, all those 5" rounds in Rosie Roads, the F-15 shot down in the Med, and "Shorty One Star"- Admiral Boorda (RIP) with the giant cigars. great times !!|
|Coleman, Tim||HM3(SW)||Jul 9, 1986 – Sep 30, 1988||XN||Served onboard during the final two years of the best ship the navy ever floated. Too bad those p-fired boilers were not in the navy's long term plans or she'd still be "Fit to Fight" Went on to do 20 and retired myself|
|Ambrose, Frank||LT||Sep 25, 1986 – Sep 21, 1988||CIC Officer, MPA||Great crew and officer corp!|
|Gonzales, Tim||QM2||Dec 1986 – Sep 1988||Navigation||Awesome ship and crew Only served on board for two years and if I had the chance to do it again I would|
|Mccombs, Bill||BT1-BTC||1987 – 1989||"B"|
|Reeder ("Teddy Ruxpin"), Thomas||FC3 (SW)||1987 – 1988||WEAPONS - MISSILE||Damn Proud to have served on RL Page! Best crew in the fleet! First and Favorite! Decom Plank Owner. Best year of my life! If you remeber me, look me up, I'd be glad to shoot the breeze with you.|
|Power, K Bryan||DCFN||1987 – 1988||E|
|Strickland, Chris||BTFN||1987 – 1989||B||Looking for "MONGO" Can anyone help me find him?|
|Shawley III, George||BT3||May 2, 1987 – Oct 5, 1989|
|Williams, Gregory M.||BT3||May 11, 1987 – Sep 30, 1988||B|
|George, Stanley||FC3 (SW)||May 30, 1987 – Sep 30, 1988||Weapons||Damn good ship, Damn good crew.|
|Shaw, Robert||MM||Sep 21, 1987 – Sep 30, 1988||HELPED DECOMMISSION USS RICHARD L. PAGE|
|McGee, David||DC2||Jan 1989 – Mar 1989||Helped to reactivate the Richard L.Page into full active service for the Pakistan Navy.|
|Burke, Mike||SN||Jan 31, 1989 – Mar 31, 1989||deck||I was part of the skeleton crew that handed over the ex-Page to those crazy Pakis' at Charleston,sc.. Most of the skeleton crew was made up of left overs from the decom,and transfer to Pakistan of the J.A.Furer ffg 6.|
There are currently no planned reunions.