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USS Haleakala (AE 25) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Haleakala (AE 25). 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 668 crew members registered for the USS Haleakala (AE 25).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1967 | 1968 – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Kugler, DennisMR3Jan 1965 – Jun 20, 1967M
McComb, MikeRM2Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 14, 1967OBest ship of my career.m9
Smith, ForrestMM1/MMCJan 4, 1965 – Feb 26, 1969A/M
McComb, MichaelRM2Jan 13, 1965 – Jan 14, 1967O Div..
Beyer, NoelMM3Feb 15, 1965 – Dec 8, 1967MI can remember being there like it was yesterday.First time I tried to do this after all this time.
Wall, LloydE-3Apr 10, 1965 – Aug 2, 1968engineman, shipfitterhello to anybody from 65_68
Clarke, PeteMM- MM1Sep 1965 – Jul 1969M / AFond memories of shit river bridge Olonopo and the Silver Star. Any body hear fr Thiesen, Fontenot and the rest of the guys who worked down the hole
Wilson, Thomas EM3Oct 1965 – Aug 1967EBeing aboard seemed to be long, tedious and boring. But I had lots of good buddies. Looking back after 50 years it seems to have been 2 of the best years of my life.
Campbell, JoeSK2Oct 1, 1965 – May 1, 1969supplyi am a married baptist pastor of the first roesland baptist church of chicago with three children. i am employed by the chicago police department as a detention aide.email haleakala25@yahoo.com.
Turner, JesseSNOct 23, 1965 – Jun 6, 1966DeckI learned much
Leopold, Allen (Leo)PC3Nov 16, 1965 – Jun 1, 1969OPSA
Ramos, ManuelSK3Dec 2, 1965 – Jun 20, 1968(2-YRS,1ST (2-YRS, SUPPLYStill remember all those replenishments at night and early morning. Rolling those 2,000 pounders. Also remember those boxing matches on the hilo deck.
Toohey, BillETR-2Feb 1966 – Nov 1968OE
Schultz, DavidBM3Mar 1966 – Dec 19682ndMade some good friends on the Haleakla. Had some experiences..some good, some not so good. Saw a lot of ocean and served with some good guys.
Dietz, LarryRM3Apr 17, 1966 – Oct 11, 1967OC I could say "I grew up on the Haleakala.iI one of the most stressful and exciting times of my life.
Cagle, TomRM2May 1966 – Oct 1966OperationsI picked up the Haleakala in Subic in May, finished out the Westpac cruise. When we arrived back stateside I got orders back to the PI with an RM Cotton
Siljander, RaymondMR3May 19, 1966 – May 16, 1969MServing on the USS Haleakala was a chapter in my life.
Ceballos, Johne-3Jun 10, 1966 – Jun 1, 1968Awas the snipe aboard the old mans gig during that time and made many trips to grande island and were even banned for 90 days during a pier fight,sure would like to know the persons name who threw the first punch,all i re
Clark, RickRD2Jul 15, 1966 – Feb 24, 1970OperationsI spent almost 4 yrs aboard the Haleakala, was there when we blew a boiler of the coast of Nam, towed back to Subic for dry dock. Went TDY to the USS Hull for 3 months so I wouldn't spend all my money. Rick Clark
Head, BobbyBM3Aug 1966 – Dec 19691stMet a lot of great guys. Would love to hear from anyone. I too remember the boiler event. Use to hang around with Tony Perry, Curtis Howe, Steve Web, and Bob Kotinek. Drove the old man and was rig Captian. Hard work and good times.
Tweed, GaryMM2Aug 1966 – Feb 1970MReturned to Pequot Lakes, MN, married in 1970, have two children and five granddaughters. My brother, Brian, was on the ship. He died in Dec 2012 of bone cancer. Email: ptweed@tds.net. Greetings, shipmates.
Piwetz, Jim (James)MM3Aug 21, 1966 – Sep 1, 1967EngineeringHope I never set foot in Olangapo, see "Subic whites" or drink San Magoo again in this life! Left for life aboard the Oxford AGTR 1. Got out in 1968 and went home to Texas!
Pierce, LarryTORPEDO MAN 2ND CLASSOct 1966 – Mar 1967Third (Weapons)Came aboard Haleakala in Subic Bay. Job: Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Nuclear Weapons.
Patterson, Gary LGMG-3Nov 1966 – Oct 19683rd
Steele, William "bill"Nov 15, 1966 – Jul 11, 19682nd to noneTo all that served during this time, remembering all the hard and good times. I was proud to serve with all of you.
Duran, RichardSN/RD3Nov 15, 1966 – Mar 24, 1968OPSBest memories of the 3 ships I was stationed on. Made many good friends.
Siebert, PaulRM3Nov 18, 1966 – Sep 10, 1967OperationsStood a lot of port-starboard watches, food sucked, 2 years was enough.
Bock, DaveE3Dec 1966 – Sep 1968If Dan Lee reads this, email me.
Courter, BuckCS21967 – 1971supplyLong time ago but still remember most of the good times. Anyone remember Gaylord Nobles and Bob Ouellette ?
Tweed, BrianEM31967 – 1971E
Young, RogerEM31967 – 1971E
Clarke, CharlesE-5Jan 1967 – Dec 1967Medic
Clarke, Charles (Chuck)E-5Jan 1967 – Dec 1967X
Wyskowski, TomSK3Jan 1, 1967 – Jan 2, 1969supplyhello to all, for sure, everyone worked hard on the ship, and remember chief harrison?, a good ship, in a difficult time,
Noyes, JohnSNMar 1967 – Jan 19701ST DIV & 3RD DIVHI TYNDALL, ARCHY (SMILE) YOU WERE WITH ME WHEN I PURHHASE MY CAR IN VALLEYJOE CALIF. THOSE WERE THE DAYS, HUH?
Franceschini, RichardSK3Apr 29, 1967 – Nov 2, 1969SupplyBowhook on Captians gig, Storekeeper for OPTAR 1968 boiler explosion off coast of Danang tugs could not pull ship needed Fleet tugs to pull ship to Subic bay no casualties trained by Ramos on log.
Ouellette, BobSNMay 15, 1967 – Oct 11, 1970commissarybeen a long time, many good memories, enjoyed the ship and all we did. I remember so many of the guys. tom wyskowski, franceschini, larry miller, buck, gaylord, so many more, hello all my friends, god bless the USA.
Eakin, HarryBM3Jun 1967 – Dec 19682ndEntered service aboard USS Haleakala as a no nothing youngster and left as young man appreciative of all that the Navy stands for.
Herod, JerrySFM2Jun 11, 1967 – Oct 18, 1968R
Robinson, Troy (Robby)RM3Sep 15, 1967 – Dec 14, 1968OperationsPromoted from Seaman to PO3. Reminded me of movie, Mr. Roberts. End of westpac67 thru westpac68. Notice that everyone who has responded served aboard in 80's and 90's. Anyone in my time period? Skypilottroy@sbcglobal.net.
Perry, William A. (Tony)BM3Oct 1967 – Oct 1970BM3 in 1st/POIC in 2ndWas Gig Cockswain for CPTs Hanacack & Kirkamo and onboard when boiler blew but wasn't injured and don't know who was. Met a great bunch of guys and would be nice to see them again.
Redden, MichaelBM3Oct 27, 1967 – Aug 19711stMan the time's we had on and off the Hocky Box. You guys were a family to me and I miss the times we had together. I am proud of what we did as young men for our country. God Bless America, God Bless the Navy and God Bless you all.
Michael Masser, MikeE-3Nov 1, 1967 – Aug 15, 19691stThis is his step-son. Mike suffered massive stroke 2 years ago. I am helping him with his VA claim. I found this site in searching for info regarding the boiler explosion and fire. He was friend of Ronald Robb.
Lee, DSNDec 1967 – Oct 1968second
Wright Jr, LeonBT3Dec 1967 – Jan 1970BIT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I SERVED ON THE HOCKEY BOX. I DID NOT KNOW THIS WEB SITE EXISTED. I DO REMEMBER THE BOILER BLOWING UP I WAS THE WATCH ON 4PM TO8PM THAT WAS RELEIVED JUST BEFORE IT BLEW ON 8PM TO 4AM WATCH
McDonald, StevenE2Dec 1967 – Jul 1968First DivisionI
Meacham, GarnMM3Dec 1967 – Oct 1968A
Lee, DanE3Dec 24, 1967 – Oct 17, 1968second
Isbell, DennisBMSNDec 28, 1967 – Sep 11, 1969first divisionJust letting my shipmates know that i am still alive and still thinking of all of you. Had some very interesting times, and i will never forget. God bless you all.
Nobles, GaylordSHSNDec 28, 1967 – Jun 1, 1970Supply"Best of times - Worst of times", trying to reconnect with the many shipmates I served with and almost died with. Feel free to contact me at GBNobles@aol.com Just kindly put something on the subject line I'll recognize
Ward, John LMM3Dec 29, 1967 – Aug 2, 1971M/AHad a great 4 years. Enjoyed 3 tours to Westpac. Worked alongside some great guys and made good friends.

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