The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Neosho (AO 143). 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 110 crew members registered for the USS Neosho (AO 143).
|Walker, Phillip||BT||1975 – 1976||Some of the best times of my life and some bad days to. B-Div Didn't get no better great time great friends.|
|White, Ed||RM3||1975 – Sep 1978||Operations||had a good time aboard, went places I never thought I would, would do it again|
|Nutter, Roland||ET-2||Sep 1975 – May 1978||Operation|
|Smith, George A.||HT 1||Jun 10, 1976 – Dec 15, 1976||R||A great time and good people to searve wityh.|
|Oakley, Jim Oakley||HMC||Jan 1, 1977 – Jun 1, 1978|
|Bartz, Jerry||RMSA / RMSN||Mar 16, 1977 – Jul 13, 1978||OC||The Neosho was my 1st ship. I joined her in Naples Italy out of Radioman A school. We accompanied the FDR home to NORVA. Went on a South American cruise with the America. Good crew! Good time!|
|Scanlan, Tom||e3/mm||Jun 2, 1977 – Jun 1, 1978||A div||worked in the pump room until we sold her to the military sealift command in lovely Bayonne NJ...we had a good time in bermuda but mucking the tanks was a bummer,that's when it paid to be in Agang.on FB: tom j scanlan|
|Hausenfluck, Randy||RMSN||Jan 3, 1980 – Jan 10, 1981||What an introduction to the Navy! I was ready to re-up for 20 if this was how it was going to be! Loved the ports, food and the experience.|
|Newett, Andrew||RMSN||Jun 1981 – Aug 1982||Mildet/raido|
|Nihill, Joe||SKC||Jan 1, 1982 – Sep 30, 1983|
|Traylor, Phil||RM2||Feb 15, 1983 – Aug 28, 1983||RADIO ROOM||MET QUITE A FEW CHARACTERS ON THE NEOSHO, IT WAS MY LAST SHIP BEFORE I GOT OUT...ALMOST GOT A Z CARD AND STAYED MERCHANT MARINE.......|
|Lipscomb, Randy ( Bean )||MSC||Dec 1984 – Jul 1985||engineering|
|Akstulewicz, Andy||RMSN||Jun 20, 1985 – Jun 20, 1986||military||great memories. loved the med.|
|Akstulewicz, Andy||RMSN||Jun 21, 1985 – Jun 20, 1986||radio|
|Putnam, Bill||RM3||Sep 23, 1985 – Sep 20, 1987||Radio|
|Vahey, Jack||ET2||Feb 1, 1988 – Feb 1, 1990||MILDEPT|
|Berdahl, Sheila||RM2||Aug 15, 1989 – Oct 16, 1990||RADIO|
|Brown, Mark||ET1||Nov 1, 1989 – Dec 1, 1990||Military|
|Roebuck, Cara||OS2||1990 – 1991||MilDet|
|Thomas, Audrey||E-1||Jul 1990 – Dec 1990||SIGNALMAN|
|Riggle (Mack), Wendy (Big Red)||SM3||1991 – 1991|
|Reed, Patrick||ET3||Mar 1991 – Jul 1991||MilDet||This was my first ship and I only served on it for 4 months before it was decommissioned. I had a good time while I served on it. We did more drug interdiction during that time than refueling, ha!|
|Doepke, Jr., Arthur C.||ORDENARY SEAMAN||Aug 16, 1991 – Feb 3, 1992||MSC|
|O'neal, Eric / Hellrasier #4||SH3||Nov 1992 – May 1993||supply||I hated the raggety MF. Everytime we tried to get underway the bitch broke down! Where my other Hellrasiers ? Get @me|
There are currently no planned reunions.