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USS Savannah (AOR 4) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Savannah (AOR 4). 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 291 crew members registered for the USS Savannah (AOR 4).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1987 | 1988 – 1991 | 1992 – now

Blanchard, FredE-31974 – Aug 19762ND DECKTIME FLYS
Osbern, Daniel / OzE2 / YN1974 – Aug 16, 1977engineering dept. YeomanI reported on board in 1974 as a E2 BM then I changed my rate to Yeoman and was assigned to engineering as DC Central yeoman. The Navy and this ship were a big part of my life and I would do it all over again.
Marden, RonBT3Jan 1974 – Jul 1977It was the best time I ever had and wished it didn't end.I made a lot of H20 with them old evaps in the fireroom.
Broadbent, Mark (Moonman)saApr 1, 1974 – Apr 1, 1975second divisionanyone remember the moonman
Berryhill, DennisBM3Apr 18, 1974 – Oct 19, 19761st Div. DeckJust found this web site. Brought back memories. Was woundering if anybody was still around and wanted to talk about the old times?
Laukhuff, JackHT 2May 1, 1974 – Oct 1, 1977The duty on-board this ship molded me into a hardworking man. My leadership skills started here. Every American should serve, no matter what branch. God bless to all who read this!
Schaack, RossDP5Sep 5, 1974 – Sep 11, 1977S-1Some of the most memorable experiences of my life come from my time on the Savannah. The North Atlantic and Med. cruises were eye-openers for a youngster from North Dakota.
Ruff, GregMM#Oct 1974 – May 1978Engine Room and WinchServed under Chief Neville in Winch.Didn't realize till years later that some of the best times of my life were during my 4 yrs in the Navy and on the Savannah. Two Med Cruises, Naples, Rota, Sicily, Florida, Gitmo
Schneible, Bob / SnibeEM 2Dec 1974 – Feb 1979W and a short time in E I spent the best time of my life on the Savannah.
Schneible, RobertEM-2Dec 20, 1974 – Mar 13, 1979Winch DivisionBest time of my life. I wept when she was cut up. I really miss being at sea.
Harton, DennyE-31975 – Sep 2, 1977S-1Good friends on board that it would be nice to know how they are doing.
Good, RobertPC3Jan 1975 – Jul 20, 19781st & XHow can anyone forget the exciting times, NYC Blackout and Son of Sam, Philly and Legionaires Disease, pulling the ladder off of USS Detroit and having a Russian freighter cutting acoss our bow down in Gitmo. The rest
McKim, StantonFTG2/(FCCM-SW,RETIREDJan 1975 – Mar 19773RD(FT'S &GM'S)Great Ship, Crew & Division, CO's Call Sign "G1", but who could not forget Britton, Diller Smelly, Seabat and the rest. Cruises to the Med, Carrib., Yard period in Brookyln, weekend trips back anf forth. And the Cattle on the road, onl
Hellebuyck, HowardYN2Feb 1975 – Jun 1978x-Admin
Gibson, DanielBM3Feb 1975 – Sep 19752ND/DECKCurious as to whats going on with old shipmates
Stevens, DennisE3Feb 1975 – Feb 19772ndan experience in life you don't forget
Morales Jr., Miguel A.BMSNFeb 7, 1975 – Oct 24, 19772nd Division I would like to find my two best friends I served with on the USS Savannah AOR-4., Daniel Gibson BM3 (Gibby)and Dennis Stevens SN (Neck). I had the best wonderful years on board the Savannah. I enjoyed the Med Cruise.👍
Simmons, RonSK3Mar 1975 – Dec 1978SupplyMy time on board was a wonderful learning time. Met a great bunch of guys and experienced other cultures. Fantastic and “growing up” environment. All young Americans should spend time in any branch of the military.
Morales, JuanBMSNMar 10, 1975 – Oct 24, 19772nd divisionI would like to find where my best friends are, Daniel Gibson, and Dennis Stevens. I miss you guys and I would like to know how you guys are doing and what have you guys been doing with your lives.
Hornbeck, ShermanE-5 MM2Apr 1975 – Nov 1979You mess with one you mess with all!
Warner, KevinPush button BT3 then made BT2 onboardJul 1975 – Mar 1979B BoilersMy first ship,I worked for a fireman because i was the first push button in "B"divison!! But then I made 2nd and he worked for me MISS YOU HAIRY!!
Carpenter, RexMSSN crew cookJul 1975 – Oct 1976MESSBeing a cook I made friends fast, at least I though. But Kenny was, for awhile. He tried to take my girlfriend away but I married her. Now divorced. I enjoyed it a lot. Good & bad. Lots of good fun to.
Holzman, PerryMM2Nov 1975 – Jun 1980MWhat an experience. I will never forget it, and I will never regret it. Lots of great times and lots of the world to see. Good shipmates too. Remember the hurricane run from Ft. Lauderdale to Norfolk with most of crew left behind...
Neal, RichardOSCS(SW)1976 – 1979OIMy first ship. Great memories: MED cruises, Brooklyn, visiting Savannah, Ga. Most of all great people.
Long, JamesGMG31976 – 19773rd
Guthrie, EdwardLT JG1976 – 1978CommunicationsComm Officer
Cook, DonHT-2Jan 10, 1976 – Sep 22, 1979Repair Reading everyones posts is great. I remember all of them. Brooklyn, the Med, Philly, Gtmo, crashing into the Forrestal. So young back then. We had the carpenter shop and the weld/pipe shop. What a blast it was.
Hoffman, AllenEM3Feb 1976 – Mar 1978EFirst tour
Brenner, BobOS2Apr 2, 1976 – Oct 20, 1979operationsThe best time of my life! The ship yards, the NY back out, pass and review, Gitmo, Med cruise and all the beer I drank. Everyday I think about Spaz, Gebo (AKA the Duck), Nasty, Geek, Rick Neal....and the list goes on!
Lewis, J. DanielMM3Apr 10, 1976 – Nov 20, 1977M
Lewis, DanMM3May 1976 – Dec 1977Engine RoomServed in SAVANNAH crew while Clements was CO. During: OPSAIL '76 in NY, OPS off Mayport, the old ROOSEVELT'S last UNREP, refresher training and REPAIRS in Gitmo, Drydock in Philly & NYC. Served w/ Louchart, Holtzman, Harris, Rains, Lamy, J
MacKenzie, LeighMM3Jun 6, 1976 – Aug 20, 1976
Byrd, DennisHT3Jul 1976 – 1979RepairNever smoked rope in the carpenter shop. Ha! ;-) Still remember all you guys. Best years of our lives. Spend a month in Caribbean every year- But not Gitmo.
Mason, JerryMM1Sep 1976 – Aug 1977"M"Petty Officer in charge of engine room. Dry docked in Phily and Brooklyn N.Y. Transferred to shore duty as soon as we returned to Norfolk.
Gentry, GaryPC3Oct 1976 – Oct 1977Operations Many good times in Philly and New York.
Burbo, LeoSNDec 5, 1976 – Nov 10, 1979deckWas station on board Savannah while in drydock in Brooklyn Navy shipyard during the "77"blackout and went to Gitmo for ships training and smacking the USS Forest Fire in the middle of the ocean during a fuel operation.
Shuerger, TerryE2Dec 26, 1976 – Apr 30, 19791st-DeckFirst voyage was to Brooklyn, then Gitmo, Med, Carribean, Texas, Savannah, Ga., and a lot of round trips in the Atlantic. Lived it, lived through it. Best time of my life-and then some. Cried when I learned she was decom. What a GREAT ship and crew!
Hall, JimOS11977 – 1979OII thought it sucked back then, but I'd pay a million to go back. I only remember the good times now. "Fuck it, Feed,em hot dogs."
Louk, Bm3Bm31977 – 19821st. DivRemember collision with forestall. Remember BM1 Anderson best LPO ever. Does anyone know his where abouts?
Decker, JohnMM3Feb 1977 – Jun 1979Mbest times aboard the old girl. would like to hear from the the crew who knew me.God bless and thank you for your service. 5 26 2014
Collins, TerryETMar 1977 – Jan 1978
Ranaldi, StevenOS 3Mar 1977 – Jun 1980OIAwesome ship great crew.had the time of my life.just didn't know it at the time.hi to rick,Jeff,Bob,Jim,Jim,duck,Smitty,murrey,curley,brewer ,Wilkerso n,Geek,Jake and the rest of operations....RIP PHIL BENEDICT
Cochran, SteveSM2Jun 1977 – May 1978OCRe-enlisted on board dec 1977 loved the savannah
Jacoby, GreggMM2Sep 1977 – Jul 29, 1981IT was a great group of guys to trust my life with. I was Top watch in the engine room for the collision with the Forrestal and for the Boiler explosion that left us stranded in Chesapeake Bay.
Torres, Jesus TacosaSep 23, 1977 – Aug 16, 19811st divhi shipmates some might remember my nick name Taco best time when I was young is the Savannah AOR 4 and 1st div and becoming a Shellback
Dougherty, John / DocHT3Oct 1977 – Jun 1980repairBest of times ! Berle-milo-D.Cook-D.johns -p.pervis ! Remember waples mill pond trip ? Glad we were in b4 they cracked down-would have had to get new crew @ some ports of call. Thnx 4 the memories
Sutehall, JohnSK2Nov 1977 – Jan 1980S-1
Wimberly, MiloHT3Nov 9, 1977 – Aug 28, 1981Repair
Sutehall, JohnSK2Nov 10, 1977 – Jan 16, 1980S-1Came on board three days before deployment to the Med. The only good news was getting out of Norfolk...

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