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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 285 crew members registered for the USS Savannah (AOR 4).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1985 | 1986 – 1988 | 1989 – 1992 | 1993 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Johnson, CraigMM11982 – 1984RASELeft Navy to start my own company
Blair, ErnieRMSN1982 – 1987OC
Quinn, WilliamE-5Jan 15, 1982 – Sep 16, 1985RASEGreat memories serving my country aboard the Savannah! She was the "Grand Dame" of the service fleet. Had the pleasure of knowing some terriffic men aboard. What a thrill to travel the western world!
Conner, BillBM-3Feb 10, 1982 – Sep 11, 1985Deck DEPT. 2nd DivisionMan we had so much fun durring my time , saw so much of the world , we were always haze grey and underway ....we worked hard and played hard . I was sad to see the old girl dismantled on the Discovery Channel . I MISS IT
Louko, JosephSK3Apr 1982 – May 1985Supply S-1
Joines, MarkSHSNApr 4, 1982 – Jul 17, 1983SupplyJust wondering if anyone is still around. I was a sailor on board for just a short time, but I,ll always remember Phuket ,Thailand.
Gorrell, Thomas (Chuck)MM2Apr 13, 1982 – Dec 22, 1985MVery lucky to serve on this fine ship and her crew, I just did not know it then!
Polf, DavidSNJun 7, 1982 – Feb 10, 1985RASEleft the Savannah prior to it's cruise to the persian gulf ,went to AMH school in memphis ,got booted out due to poor test scores ,took e-3 exam prior to departing the Savannah and passed ,found this out after i became a civilian again ,
O"brien, Edward (Gimpy)EN-2Aug 1, 1982 – Aug 1, 1985RASE / WINCHI RAN THE BOAT SHOP MY LPO WAS MM1 (THE RAT) LAVOY
Stracqualursi, Glenn (Ski)OS2Aug 24, 1982 – Aug 24, 1986OI/OPSRemembering the good times.
Church, William (Stubby) profile iconFTG2Sep 1982 – Aug 1985WEPSHad alot of fun! Loved working on CIWS.
Sargent, Charles/chuckSM1 (SW)Oct 26, 1982 – Oct 1985OCHad a great time onboard. Say that the ship is gone
Brittain, DonOS1Nov 30, 1982 – May 6, 1987OI
Tropea, TJRM21983 – 1983OCSent TAD for 1 month from the USNS SIRIUS T-AFS 8. RM2 Bill Laughlin, RM2 Chris Radley, & Myself was sent TAD while Sirius was in the yards in Charleston, SC for AFS conversion. While TAD, we went to the Carribean. Assisted in their TYCOMMEX and a
Geering, ScottSM2(SW)Jan 1, 1983 – Aug 1, 1987OCFrom the Deck Division to the Sig Bridge, Many great memories with so many great shipmates!
Parnell, BrianBT2Jan 12, 1983 – May 15, 1985BlackgangA fine ship and crew. I was on-coming watch on the evaps (relieving Butch Schupska) when we were hit by the destroyer during unrep. Interesting day to be sure! Then I started the ships band. Talent show on the flight deck...good times.
Gloeckner, TomYN3Jun 1983 – Mar 23, 1987RASE(Deck Office) - XHello to my shipmates. We had way too much fun. Hope that some of my lost shipmates find me.
Avery, TonyBM2 (SW)Oct 15, 1983 – Feb 10, 19871stOh what a ride it was. Some 18 years later and it seems like yesterday. Alot of hard work, but some of my best memories.
Ashmore, RodneyOSCNov 1983 – Oct 1987ops
Kranes, David(Fc5)FC2Nov 1, 1983 – Mar 18, 1986WeaponsFirst and only sea command. It was an honor serving my country aboard the Savvy Sue! Lots of great memories!
Caltagirone, John (Cujo)mm3Dec 15, 1983 – Jun 18, 1987m divisionmiss the ol' savi sue. had alot of great experiences on her. did alot of painting pictures down there, remember chief lizska?!!!
Oswalt, MichaelMS31984 – 1988supply
Chris, BofoJan 1984 – Jul 1987oc/oibest time of my life. alot of great stories
Meche, FrancisRM3Jan 7, 1984 – Jun 30, 1987OC-01Enjoyed myself
Stamper, DaveE-5Apr 1984 – Jun 1989E
Peynado, PaulHM3Apr 1984 – Mar 1986Medical
Hassett, BrianHM2May 1984 – Jan 31, 1986Medical
Fry, OscarMM2 (SW)Jun 1984 – Oct 1988A
Lindteigen, Jeff (Lindy)BM3Jun 15, 1984 – Sep 12, 1987Savy Sue what a time 2 meds not enough alcohol.
Glander, FredSMCS GERMAN NAVYJul 1, 1984 – Aug 1, 1987What a tour!!! I will never forget this outstanding ship with that great crew!!
Jose, RodriguezQM3Jul 7, 1984 – Feb 22, 1988Operations
Treat, WilliamE5/EM2Aug 1984 – Nov 1989EMy only sea command,met alot of great people and had alot of good times.
Hoard, ScottEM1 (SW)Aug 1984 – Aug 1986ElectricalTight crew...fabulous ship....hard working guys. Made a great number of friends and gained experience doing things I could not have on any other platform. This ship prepared me for commissioning as an LDO.
Zanandrea, JohnHT2Aug 12, 1984 – Aug 14, 1986RHad a lot of fun times on board The worlds first and finest fast attack oiler.
Quintana, RafaelRM3Sep 13, 1984 – Jun 10, 1987OC
Miller, DavidBTCSep 21, 1984 – Jan 31, 1990BBest command in my whole 28 year Navy career. I think I stayed in so long waiting or wishing for another assignment or crew as good as the one on the Savvy Sue. It never happened, not even close.
Senior, ErnestBTCMOct 1984 – Oct 1984ENGINEERING DEPTNever seen a SHIP work so smoothly. From Engineering Dept to Deck Dept To Supply Dept and everyone else. Who can forget Mr Bunker, Mr Cook and Mr Gauldoni all CHENGs. And of course thr Greatest CMC BMCM O'Tool.
Sherman, RickE-5/ OS2Oct 10, 1984 – Mar 31, 1986OI-01Looking for old Porch buds and friends.
Allen, JimmyMM1 {SW}Nov 1984 – Jan 1990A-Gang / MAA Force
Colon, RussellSKSN1985 – 1988S-1
Johnson, CarlHT21985 – 1986R
McKenzie, MacLT1985 – Nov 1990Deck
Harper, MichaelHT31985 – 1988Engineering
McIntire, ToddEW3Jan 1985 – Jul 1986OIGood times! Dan?
Russell, JohnRMSNMay 1985 – Nov 1987RADIO
Young, TimSK3May 1985 – Mar 1988S-1SK1 Bob Bruun (RIP) & SK1 Sean Torongeau were some of the best mentors to work for. Had lots of great times on this ship. Leaned alot. Did alot. Met alot of great people. First & Finest Command!!! PERIOD
Bassett, VincentBOSNMATE 3RDJun 14, 1985 – Mar 22, 1987RACEANYONE IN RACE DIVISION OR ANY DIVISION THAT REMEMBERS ME GIVE ME A HOLLA
Elrod, WilliamFCSNSep 1985 – Jan 1988Combat Syst. Div1- Med Cruise and a lot of Great ship memories. Sorry to hear that she was decommissioned. It brought a tear to my eyes to watch the video of "Savy Sue" The First Fast Attack Oilier getting scrapped.
Kafer, RogerEM2(SW)Sep 1985 – Aug 21, 1988RASE(Winch)ON SAVANNAH! Liberty call! Liberty call! It was my favorite thing to say on the 1MC. I still end my work week with the same words, thinking fondly of all of my shipmates.
Long, KevinEN2/E-5Sep 14, 1985 – Jun 25, 1989A-Gang

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