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USS La Salle (AGF 3) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS La Salle (AGF 3). 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 1243 crew members registered for the USS La Salle (AGF 3).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 – 1995 | 1996 – 1997 | 1998 – 1999 | 2000 – 2001 | 2002 – 2003 | 2004 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Parker, DouglasRM-21972 – 1974Commideastfor Staff
Hedelson, RickOS 31972 – 1974OII took LaSalle from drydock in Virginia to Bahrain. We stopped in Senegal, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mozambique, Kenya, etc. Then there were the Indian Ocean Cruises...It was the best. In port I served as the Captain's Driver.
Sutter, Kennon1972 –
Moser, RonaldBT11972 – 1973BTOOK LASALLE FROM NORFOLK TO BAHRAIN. SERVED 18 MO., RETIRED FROM NAVY AS BTC. WORKED IN BOILER AND REFRIGERATION UNTILL 2005.RETIRED AND LIVING IN NAMPA, IDAHO
Wilson, VanEM-51972 – 1973ElectricalWent through the changing from LPD-3 to AGF-3 and made the cruise from Norfolk to Bahrain. Great time in the Seyshelles. Remember the Love Nuts. If you were there, you do.
Arszman, LarryRM3Jan 1972 – Sep 1974CommWhile on the LaSalle, I joined the ships band "THE GREENFIELDS" as their lead guitar player. I played with this band my entire tour..I will never forget these guys, the great gigs we played. I would love to contact James ("Al") Ba
Harrison, RexSNJan 2, 1972 – Sep 29, 1973IstGreatest cruise of my life, from U.S. to Bahrain. Visited numerous ports including two safaris in Kenya. Still have cruise book. I was stage manager for the "Greenfields Band." Oh, the parties we played! Went on to become a DK1.
Jessup, Roy profile iconFTGSNFeb 1972 – Aug 19723rdI was "volunteered" to the LaSalle by GLNTC FTA school because it took a letter to Senator Strom Thurmond R-SC to get the heat turned on in our brand new barracks. It turned into a world cruise swapping to Valcour AGF1.
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Pedeaux, RobertSNMar 1972 – Aug 1973PERSONNELGreat ship I ran the training and education office also played trumpet in the Greenfields band.
Miller, DanielBT3Mar 1972 – Jan 1973engineringWas aboard Lasalle when she was converted for duty in the gulf,and left her in jan.o f1972.Had a lot of good friends and great memories while on board.
Fidnick, StephenHT-1Mar 21, 1972 – Nov 15, 1973I DID TWO TOURS .I CROSSED DECK FROM USS VALCOUR .ENJOYED THAT TOUR,SO I REQUESTED ANOTHER TOUR.SECOND TOUR WAS NOTHING LIKE THE FIRST,MADE THE BEST OF IT ANYWAY! WOULD I DO IT AGAIN ? YOU BET, IN A HEARTBEAT !!!
Wiercinski, Ski, RichsrdFNApr 1972 – May 1973MTOOK HER AROUND THE CAPE ON THE FIRST TRIP TO BAHRAIN.WE COMPLAINED ABOUT IT THE WHOLE TIME,BUT WHAT A GREAT TIME IT WAS.
Greene, BoMM2Apr 1972 – Apr 1974A DivisonI was part of the all volunteer crew that sailed from Norfolk to our new home port of Manama, Bahrain. I was in charge of the air conditioning and stood watch in #2 engine room. We all became Golden Shellbacks. Loved it.
Aaron, Michael "Doc"Hm2May 10, 1972 – Aug 1, 1973Sick BayGreat ship, great bunch of guys,great ports. Had a helluva lot of fun and never got caught! Wouldn't have traded the experience for the world! Now working as a Nurse Anesthetist. Still in love with the Ocean!
Tataro, Johnrm3Jun 1972 – May 1973cr divgreat crossing the line paarty
Spaid, TomHT2Aug 1972 – Mar 1973RTook Her from Norfolk to Bahrain. We had a great Crew and my "R" Division Shipmates were the Best!
Arszman, LarryRM3Oct 1972 – Sep 1974RadioI was a Radioman on the LaSalle. I was also the guitar player in the "Greenfields". I was the one who played behind his head). I work for Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati,married-three children. I still play music. would love to attend a re
Osterberg, JoelSDSNDec 16, 1972 – Dec 16, 1973S-5LaSalle was my first ship, I had a great time on her, saw alot of places I thought I would never see in my life, stayed in the Navy for 20 years and retired as an RMCM
Lewis, ErnestSN1973 – 1974DECK/MACHINE SHOPThe La Salle was my 1st ship.Learned allot. Transfered to the Holland AS-32 .Then out in June of 75. Went to Singapore and lots of other ports. All of them great. Except Diego Garcia.It was just interesting. Spent a year on board in Berhain
Peck, EdSH31973 – 1975
Reed, ScottEMFN1973 – 1974Electricians MateBandar Abbas, Karachi, Singapore, IEN Days in Ethiopia,Maldive Islands. Any body remember the 2 Russian Subs that popped up in front of us when we came steaming out of the straits and into the Indian Ocean?
Morton, Donaldcs31973 – 1974cookieFun times.
Singley, PaulMR31973 – 1975Engine room 2, machine shopI was on board for two rotations. The first I was in engine room 2 as a machinist mate E3, when I came back for the second tour i was in the machine shop as a MR3.
Findley, RonaldET3Jan 2, 1973 – Dec 15, 1973ET GangI worked it the radar gang and served in the Operation room for a while. I made the trips to Singapore and Deigo Garcia. Also to Ethopia, and Kenya. I both hated and enjoyed my time on the Lasalle.
Carpenter, GeorgeSAFeb 1973 – Dec 25, 1973DeckI remember the port of calls, Bander Abbas, Iran-Mombasa, Kenya-Port Louis,Mauritius- Diego Garcia and Singapore. Great times even sailing through the tail end of a hurricane with the port boiler out. And the equator.
Goodwin, John "Doc"SNMar 1973 – May 19741stLoved being at sea, cruising from Bahrain to Singapore was the absolute balls.We had a shortage of 3rd class petty officers on board so I was Boatswains mate in charge of 1st division and all small craft.
Jones, Gary (Jonesy)MM3May 8, 1973 – May 14, 1974M Engine Room1st ship out of A School. Enjoyed the ports, took the tours.I remember "Greenfields", the 4th of July ''73 picnic on the flight deck at port in Ethiopia with the Russian and French sailors. Jim Lebow and I served on the Sierra.
Charlton, BobMMFNJun 1973 – Jul 1974MI worked in the forward engine room. I am looking for Tom Baker.
Finkeldey, JeremySNJun 1973 – Jun 19742ndDan Fantasia of Boston area. Emilio Rizzo. Shane Reid BM3. Still around?
Lebow, Jim ("Lobo")MM3Jun 11, 1973 – Jun 12, 1974MHow could I ever forget that bus ride from Singapore Airport to Sembawang Shipyard? We rode past the cruiser Oklahoma City and parked beside that white, beautiful ship of war. Yeah, baby! That year and the MMs I served with live forever!
Diakolambrianos, Lambros (Diako)BTFNJul 1973 – Jul 1974BHad some good times, met some good people, became a shellback, went to Captains Mast, even Manama and the Navy bar looked good at times depending how drunk you got. Oh I almost forgot. Caught the clap in Karachi.
McElravy, RonnieMMFNJul 1, 1973 – Aug 15, 1974MStarted out in forward engine room then went aft
Healy Jr, JoehtfnJul 7, 1973 – Jul 3, 1974RepairWas one of two hotsuit guys on flight deck;saw the world on " The Great White Ghost ";This was my best duty station my entire enlistment;would do it all over again
Wray, CharlieBT-2Jul 10, 1973 – Jun 10, 1974BWorst damn duty I ever had. Had prickely heat head to toe for 2 weeks. Almost broke a leg in a cast for a month. Couldn't cool off asked for Operation Deep freeze,got it! 185 Deg in the fan roon to -127 Deg. in 60 days.Three hundred Deg.
Healy, JoeJul 10, 1973 – Jul 1974SERVED IN " R " DIV. WAS ONE OF TWO HOT SUIT GUY'S ON FLIGHT DECK, LOOKING BACK ON ' THE GREAT WHITE GHOST" I GOT TO SEE THE WORLD,THIS WAS MY BEST DUTY IN THE SERVICE
Hall, DwightOSSNJul 10, 1973 – Jul 15, 1974OPSGreat ship. Sorry to see that she's gone.
Willamson, David (Willie)SNJul 20, 1973 – Jul 17, 1974DECKWAS THE WILDEST RIDE EVER NOW WORKING ON STEAMBOATS ON THE MISSSISSIPPI RIVER SYSTEM AS 1ST MATE
Pinto, JoeE3Aug 2, 1973 – Aug 2, 1974Division 3Anybody that severed with me contact my wife's email I would love to talk to the great people I served with
Sahner, JimCTO3Aug 15, 1973 – Aug 15, 1974CommunicationsRode the LaSalle out of Bahrain to all those exotic ports including Ethiopia, Singapore, Karachi.. Also played bass guitar in the Greenfields.. Just saw guitar player Larry Arszman in Cincinnati..Heard they made razor blades out of AGF 3!!
Gaskill, DavidE-2 ABFSep 1973 – Sep 19743rdI had a great time in the oil shack. i in the ship band until they got some good horn players. Great libertys. Hope to tuch base with some of you.
Bax, DavidET3Sep 15, 1973 – Sep 22, 1974OE
Green, Ronnie/mr. HollywoodSNSep 18, 1973 – Oct 20, 1974Deck, suppliesi have not seen or heard from my boys big dog,mitchell,few
Parker, JohnMM2Dec 26, 1973 – Dec 20, 1975MReported aboard as MM3 and only petty officer in M Division. M Division crew members were exceptional and proud to work with them. They worked 24/7 to fix distillers at sea. In the "Greenfields" gigs in Iran & Kenya.

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