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USS Kansas City (AOR 3) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Kansas City (AOR 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 674 crew members registered for the USS Kansas City (AOR 3).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – 1992 | 1993 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Richardson, StanleyHT11983 – 1987R division
Hamtak, FrankBT21983 – 1986BJust checking in on the old gang
Musolf, CraigQM4Jan 6, 1983 – Jun 19, 1986NAVI had a great time on that ship. Two westpacs, the Rose Festival, filling in for the Roanoake after she ran aground in Pearl, Australia twice and all the great guys on that ship. John Keller, how did we ever stay out of trouble?
Nash, AnthonyIC3Feb 1983 – May 1987ESome of the best years of my life were on the KC. Can not believe it has been over 20 years since I left. I trully regret not keeping in touch with my friends, Keller, Mink, Ronny V and many more. never to late though
Carver, RonRP3May 8, 1983 – Jan 1987Admin/NavY
Carver, RonnieRPMay 8, 1983 – Jan 1987XDoug, Terry ,Bruce, Sam and everyone else hello. I'd like to hear from you. I have heard from Clay Robertson, Dave Gates and Bruce Qwin. Anyone else out there?
Heffernan, Heff/hollywoodsm2Jul 29, 1983 – Jan 27, 1986opsgood people, good times
Capparelli, Albert / CappyBM1Aug 15, 1983 – Aug 15, 19881st, 2nd, & 4thLots of hard work and lots of old firends to boot. To numoris to list here. Love to hear from anyone that remembers me.
Sharp, EfremMSSep 1983 – 1987SupplyTime well spent.
McIntyre, Charles R. McIntyreMM1Oct 12, 1983 – Aug 15, 1985POLPOL was great. We went out for a shakedown and wound up doing rimpac instead. I wonder what happened to CWO Rice, the @#$%%**
Boatman, KerryMM31984 – 1987AGreat ship-Good learning expreience.
Robinson, LorneBMC(SW) RET.1984 – 19881st, 2ndI just found this web site..it brought back all the great memories. Out of all the commands I was a part of the KC was the best. we worked hard and played even harder. God is good, God is great, God must of been a Boatswain's Mate.E-mail m
Compeau, Mark profile iconFN11984 – 1986A DivisionLooking to contact old buddies
Ruisard, CharlesMM2Jan 10, 1984 – Jan 15, 1988AWould I do it again? You bet!! It was the best of times! GREAT CREW GREATEST RECORD of the class. I would love to here from all of you.
Robertson, ClayHM2Jan 10, 1984 – Jan 4, 1987Medical
Keller, John (Rwoac)IC3Mar 26, 1984 – Mar 26, 1988Miss my shipmates, the ports of liberty, and the open seas...don't miss GQ drills...Mike Crocker of Buffalo taught me the MR DUCKS joke...me being from Texas
Kurtin, PeterLTJGMay 1984 – Nov 19862nd, CommsAs my first (and only) tour, I take great pride in having served aboard this fine ship. Thanks, guys, for the lasting memories, and for taking care of me. Anyone know where I can find a cruisebook of the '85 deployment? I'd be most grateful.
Hicklin, BillOS3/OSSN/SNMay 1984 – Apr 19863rd (stream)/OpsMost fun was the surprise freezing Rimpac in December when we thought we were running to Hawaii and back- Roanoke ran aground in the Pearl channel.(somehow the *%&^*%^*s still won the Battle E). Best non-PI port: Perth Australia
Crocker, Mike CrockMM2Jun 1984 – May 10, 1988M and A GANGMY TIME ONBOARD THE KC WAS ONE OF THE BEST TIMES OF MY LIFE.
Veliz, Jorgeboiler tech 2nd classJun 1, 1984 – Aug 29, 1989boiler room operaters second shifthello boys just what to say hello and miss you all like crazy praying god has you all in good health and good spirtis.
Kush, DaveSR THROUGH LCDRJun 10, 1984 – Feb 1, 19982nd/3rd/MAFirst and best ship ever! Reported as an SR and left as a BM2. Later converted to MA and further promoted to LCDR under the LDO program.
Bob, RobbinsMS3Jun 12, 1984 – Apr 11, 1986supply
Reed, GarrickEM1Jul 1984 – Oct 1988EI had some good times and some bad times but I met alot of great people.
Viola, MichaelFNJul 5, 1984 – May 6, 1986A-GangKC was my first ship right out of bootcamp. I completed the 1985 cruise and left right after for JO "A" school. I'm still in the Navy today. I have many fond memories of KC. I also wonder what happened to CWO Rice.
Harris, RonaldHTFNAug 1, 1984 – Dec 1, 1986I miss the sea, ship and my shipmates.
Compeau, MarkenginemanAug 6, 1984 – Aug 9, 1986A gangThe kansan city was my finst assignment out of A school. I earned my Shellback card on my first wespac cruise in 85. made sone very good friends whom i would like to get back in touch with at some point.
Castleberry, Randall LeebmsnAug 15, 1984 – Aug 15, 1987firstIt was great to see the names of my buddies that I shared so many good times with......maybe to good. I can't believe we're still alive. locey himmey,hall,fisher,steinbergh. I'll never forget you guys. God bless you
Denby, BillBM2Aug 20, 1984 – Jan 5, 1987Deck 1st and 2ndCame on an undesignated Seaman and left a BM2. What a life. Two different Captains in my time, P.S. Anselmo and Bruce Churchill. Great ship and a great crew.
Guilfoyle, RichOS2Sep 30, 1984 – Sep 15, 1987OI20 Years has past since my days on the KC, I'm now a OSCS and my days on the KC was my best. OS1 Dewar, OS2 Alvarez, OS2 Futral, OS3 Kribs were the best shipmates ever.
Hall, James Henry BM2Oct 1984 – Feb 19882nd 3rdBest tour of my 12 yrs. 2 great west pacs and lots of unfogettable Memories. Fisher, Jones, Denby, Castelberry, Himme, Kush to name just a few miss you all. Hope to see you all one day.
Rodgers, TonyLTjgOct 1, 1984 – Jun 30, 1986WeaponsA tremendous tour. Two Westpac cruises and lots of memories. I had two outstanding bosses: LCDR John Bissonnette and LCDR Jerry Spillers. Hope you all are well. Thanks for all you taught me.
Arce, GenoAOR-3Oct 26, 1984 – Jan 23, 1986QM2The USS Kansas City was my Second ship, I also served on the USS LaSalle AGF-3.
Seibert, Daveossn/os3Oct 27, 1984 – Jun 10, 1986oi divisoni went on the 85 westpac but blew a knee and went to pi for many knee surgerys i went across the equator and became a shellback.left before i got certificate does anyone know the date we crossed and the longitude? dave
Lemere, StevePR 3Dec 1984 – Sep 19862nd DeckIt was my first ship and also the ship that made me a Shellback. The memories will last a lifetime, good and bad. I owe much to my shipmates,living or dead. For they made me the man I am today!
Scovil, Mike profile iconSk3Dec 24, 1984 – Jun 15, 1987SupplyI joined the Navy to 'see the world' and get money for college. The K.C. was my only ship, and I had no idea the lasting effect this ship would have on the rest of my life. E-mail me to get more details of my life now.
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Webb, JackBM3Dec 30, 1984 – Feb 28, 19891st & 2ndbest time of my life, made alot of friends,had alot of good times,living in tulsa ok. now.
Webb, JackBM3Dec 30, 1984 – Feb 28, 19891st & 2ndgot a new e-mail so i guess i got to do this again.
Himmerich, DavidBM21985 – Jun 10, 1989stream/ 2nd LPOwent to sea for 15yrs. my best memories are still the ones spent on the deck of the k.c. my favotite ship. still miss her. looking fwd to a reunion someday
Freitas, Guilherme HoppIC21985 – 1990EWarm and proud memories of serving aboard the Kansas City are important to me. I attended the ship's decommissioning ceremony at NAS Alameda and also saw the closure of NAS Alameda and NSC Oakland. Took a boat to see the ship mothballed in Suisun.
Davis, JamesE-31985 – 1986DeckThis was the 3rd ship for me and the 3rd back to back Westpac. After returning to the US I got hurt and yes it was service connected. Everyone in the chain of command forced me to continue working. I spend most of my time in a wheelchair now.
Brown, KeithSKSN1985 – 1987SupplyJust looking to see who is here. Would love to get connected with a few guys.
Champlin, DanielBM3Jan 2, 1985 – Apr 29, 1988Steam/3 Division, 1 Division
Locey, MarkBM1Jan 11, 1985 – Jun 29, 1989DeckThe Kansas City was my home for over four years and still holds a place in my soul that can only be understood by those that served aboard her. Great memories, great times, and great shipmates.
Clancy, JamesBM2Mar 16, 1985 – Mar 16, 1994VariedFull-Time reservist that arrived every year for 9 years, multiple weekends and a few volunteer active duty periods. I believe I was the only Reservist actually liked and befriended by the active duty crew! Thanks guys!
Thompson, AlSK3May 1985 – Nov 1988SupplyBeing on the Kansas City was the best time of my life. Looking at the cruisebooks and photos I took always bring a smile.
Burke, MartinFC2May 30, 1985 – Sep 29, 1989OperationsI hated being onboard then and now think back on how great a time in my life it was. Learned a lot about life and made some life long friends.
Ball, DaveGMG2Jun 1, 1985 – Mar 4, 1988WeaponsLots of good times I have fond memories of the "weps" division. "Haze gray and ALWAYS underway"
Rivas, EdwardMM3Jun 28, 1985 – Jun 29, 19883rd Div Stream Divlooking for all my friends i have made during my time with KC, hit me up. Chief Miller if your out there thank you!
Richmond, DavidEM3Jul 1985 – Sep 1988EJoin the Navy and see the World, and that we did
Spurlock, DuaneE3Jul 14, 1985 – Aug 14, 19873rd
Bunggay, RicardoSKC(SW)Jul 19, 1985 – Aug 18, 1989S-1One of my best tour of duty in my 22 years in the Navy. Looking for my old shipmates in Supply Department.
Long, JeffQM2Aug 1985 – Sep 1988Navigation
Loken, BobCWO2Sep 1, 1985 – Aug 1, 1988Deck DepartmentShips Boatswain. Great ship with great memories.
Trudeau, TomMM3Dec 1985 – Jul 1989thirdI had a great time on the K.C. with em3 Sam Bodish, gm3 Steve Shope, gm3 Dave Inman who eventually made chief. Good job Dave. To chief miller wherever you are, thanks for being who you were to me I will never forget any of you.
Copperwheat, A. J.PN2Dec 19, 1985 – 1989Xgreat ship, had alot of fun

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