The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hassayampa (AO 145). 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 99 crew members registered for the USS Hassayampa (AO 145).
|Ottinger, Lindy (Sonny)||BMSA E2||Jun 1978 – Nov 1978||MASTER OF ARMS||AFTER BOOT CAMP WAS ASSINED TO AOI45 BUT SHE WAS ON WESTPAC SO I HAD TO WATE FOR HER IN PERL COAM ON BOARD THE DAY SHE CAME BACK . I BECAME A SHELLBACK WHEN WE WENT SOUTH TO SHOOT OFF AMMO ON THE LAST RUN BEFOR DCING HER IN NOV.|
|Schoonmaker, Michael||ossr||Sep 11, 1978 – Nov 7, 1978||oi||wow about the only thing I remember is crossing the line with about 20 other guys and got my butt wore out. LOL|
|Baker, Don||RM2||Feb 1979 – Jan 1982||MILDET|
|Moore, Tracy||RM1||Mar 1979 – Sep 1980||Came aboard as RM2 during the big change from USS to USNS. Lots of great guys on that first Mildept. Mucho seatime. I recall around 110 days continuous steaming during Iranian hostage episode. Also lots of good libs (P.I.) Yeah!!|
|Blue, Jr, Chet||Ship Boatswain||May 20, 1980 – Jun 20, 1984||Deck Dept||Served under several outstanding Ship Masters, including Burt Holt, Smiln' Jack Shettlesworth, Pat Maloney, Jeff Seipert, to name a few...|
|Carlas, Nicholas||OSC||Jan 3, 1981 – Dec 10, 1984||Military||Retired in 1988 The Hassayampa was one of the best duty stations I had.|
|Matthews, Patrick "Matt"||RM3||1982 – 1984||Communications||Quite a few friends both in the Mildept and Civilian crew. I have not forgotten you.|
|Tunello, Richard||PUMPMAN||Feb 10, 1982 – May 16, 1986||I homesteaded the Hass for about 4 years, Capt Maloney was the best Cargo mate and skipper I sailed with in the Sealift Command. Josh Johnson was great too. Lots of memories and failed goodbyes in the PI.|
|Nunes, Joseph||RM2||1984 – 1985||Radio||Many great memories made aboard this fine ship, so many good friends, too many places visited. I still miss the old Humpin Hass and the frequent port visits to the P.I. I hope she's resting well now in that shipyard in the sky.|
|Moloney, Patrick||CAPT||Apr 25, 1984 – Dec 15, 1988||She was the best ship I've ever served on. If you haven't found the web sites do a search. I miss the gang. Still driving ships, but now only a liberty ship. Still great fun. Beats working for a living. M/|
|Amburgey, Derick / Burgey||ET1||Jan 6, 1986 – Nov 16, 1989||OE||Good ship, Made all my rank here ET3 to ET1. I then stayed Subic bay until we closed in 1992. Stationed USS California (CGN-36). Left the USN in 1993. Now in Spanaway WA if your in the Seattle WA area look me up. Currently work at SEATAC airport.|
|Sandefer, Staci||RM3||Jun 1, 1986 – Jul 1, 1987||Communications||Had the time of my life on that ship - sure do miss it. Where does all the time go? Left the Hassayampa to take care of my mom - then served on the Mississinewa. Hi to all I served with. I'm now in Dallas, TX - missing the water! Miss you guys. sg|
|Ramos, Paul||ET3||Jun 1, 1986 – Jun 15, 1987||Operations||The Hass was my first ship. I had alot of good times on her, miss old Senior Chief and the LT. I have alot of pics that I hope to add here sometime.|
|Brewer, Bill||CARGO MATE/FIRST MATE||Mar 1, 1987 – Aug 23, 1991||On the Hass twice. Pat Maloney and Burt Holt were the finest Captains I ever sailed with. Also Kerry Porterfield as First Mate and friend. My favorite MSC ships were the Hassayampa and the Ponchatoula, both 145 class AO's. See ya|
|Stinson, Dan||RM2||May 1987 – Jun 1988||At sea or inport, it was a non stop party.|
|Perez, Fernando||RM3||Jun 15, 1989 – Jun 23, 1991||radiomen||i was on the ship when desert storm/shield. the best time in tailand and the phillipines, i was one of the last one that got off the ship we came from the phillipines to san francisco, thats were i got off then they were going to virginia to decomisi|
|Burroughs, Kenneth||RM3||Nov 8, 1989 – Feb 15, 1991||radio||I was on 1989-1991 during Desert Storm. Had really GREAT time in PI. Been looking for shipmates for years. Especially RM3 Perez, contact me Bro! I would really like to get all of us together somehow, sometime SOON!|
|Fuhrman, Linda||E3||1990 – 1992|
|Akaka, Kalani||RM2||1990 – 1992||Military Detachment||Great Duty working for the best Skipper... Captain Holt... Teamwork between the Sailor's and Civilian Mariners was second to none. My watch team was Perez or Pepe and Fuhrman... THE BEST... Very High Tempo!|
There are currently no planned reunions.