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USS Fort Snelling (LSD 30) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Fort Snelling (LSD 30). 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 309 crew members registered for the USS Fort Snelling (LSD 30).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1962 | 1963 – 1967 | 1968 – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1978 | 1979 – 1981 | 1982 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Bradley Sr, DanielE31968 – 1969DeckFell from 02 level to the well deck
Batiato, Ray "Batman" profile iconBM3RD/CFeb 18, 1968 – Apr 11, 1970FirstI still remember the first day I reported aboard the "Fort". Every day was a learning experience. I value and treasure my time on the Fort Snelling. One Saturday a Personnelman came to First Division to say; I had received orders.
Degnan, Mikepo3 sfmMay 12, 1968 – Sep 24, 1970RepairIts great to think back ,when on ship. I sure that I forgot the bad time and only rememberthe good one.To all my shipmate from 68 to 70, contact me. project 112 shad I think has given me many health problems
Foley, LarryFAJul 1968 – Jan 5, 1970engineeringIf you were on board during my period, contact me to say hello!
Langford, James / DocHM2Aug 1968 – Dec 1969miss you guys at sick call, couldnt get rid of hickies. lol
Pfleegor, DysonMR3Aug 1968 – Sep 1969Machinery
Gearhart, DeanMR 2Sep 21, 1968 – Sep 15, 1970AI was on the Fort Snelling for 6 Carb. & 3 Med. cruses. Work hard and played hard. I would like to go to a Fort Snelling reunion.
Coneys, MikeE-4/SFM3Oct 1968 – Dec 1969RInvolved with Project SHAD
Preble, PatSFM3Oct 1968 – Jun 1971EngineeringFond memories of the Fort and some of it's characters. Might do some things different nowadays. Would love to see some of those countries with a sober eye. My wife and I still cruise as often as possible.
Flynn, JimBM3Nov 12, 1968 – Sep 24, 19692nd
Tebeau, David (Flatfoot)DK3Dec 15, 1968 – Jul 10, 1971supply (Dispursing)I was very prude to be a member of her crew. I saw more parts of the world being a member of her crew.
Courtney, BillLT.1969 – 1970Deck Officer
Shooks, Edward1969 – 1971
Blewett, RonaldRm31969 – 1970OperationsCapt. Wells was in command when I came on board . Then Capt Sabin took command. Life in the radio shack was interesting. Really enjoyed the places we went. I transferred to an Electronic warfare unit in 1971.
Rosado, AlfredoHT31969 –R
Gaffney, Bill1ST LT. U.S.M.C.Jan 9, 1969 – Jan 1, 1969landing partydoes anyone rember being part of the landing in 1969 in which the LSD SNELLING 30 offloaded UNITED STATES MARINES (probably motor transport) during the MARINE BLT amphib landing at Vieques.this was dtc test 69 project shad did wear NBC GEAR IMP.!!!
Webster, William-wesserSH3Feb 25, 1969 – Jan 20, 1973Ship ServicemanThe best time of my life was spent on the fort cruising the med and the carribbean
Wood, RobertEM2Mar 1969 – Sep 1972Spent most of my time assigned to the IC Shop
Pace, JohnSNMay 1, 1969 – Sep 29, 1969
Bundren, John (Bunnyrabbit)HT2Jun 1969 – Jan 1973RI WORKED IN THE WOOD SHOP UNTILL I MADE E5 THEN RAN THE SHIP FITTERS SHOP UNTILL I GOT OUT.
Giblin, DanielLTJGSep 19, 1969 – May 5, 1972Deck, CICThree Med deployements were memorable. A great crew and a great experience
Delage, TedHT2Dec 1969 – May 1973Ri always think about my old shipmates and this boat. if any of you boot camps read this --give me a shout delaget@bellsouth.net
Wood, RonHT3Dec 1969 – Apr 1973RWORKED IN THE WOOD SHOP AND PIPE SHOP WE WENT ON A LOT OF MED, CARRABINE AN ONE NORTH ALANTIC CRUISE.I MET A LOT OF GOOD MEN AND I LEARNED A LOT ON THAT OLD BOAT. IT WAS A TRIP I WONT FORGET
Urbanyi, RonaldGMG31970 – Mar 19723rdSleeping was few and far between. Our last crossing was a real trip back to the states in 1972. We hit that Atlantic storm!
Scarles, TommyBM 21970 – 1971Deck
Merz, DonRM31970 – 1974CommunicationsAfter A school I spent my entire career aboard the Fort. Great times. Great shipmates. The times we disagreed even fond memories. I grew up on this ship from age 17 to 21.
Lynch, Jamiee3Mar 11, 1970 – Dec 15, 1974nx division
Neipert, DennisOS2Jun 15, 1970 – Dec 1, 1972
Harsch, SteveLTJul 1, 1970 – Jul 15, 1973NXI came aboard as an Ensign and ened up the navigator. Served under some great skippers: Captian Sabin, Commanders Wright and Burpo. Had some terrific men in my division that made me look good.
Piper, OllieRM3Dec 1970 – Jun 1972OperationsI remember lots of good times and a great bunch of shipmates. Most of the rough times seem to fade as the years pass. oepiper@hotmail.com
Bosch, RonBT/31971 – 1974aft fire room and oil king
Starr, ReginaldQM1971 – Dec 1972Operations
McCandless, Macbm3Jan 1971 – Dec 19722ndgood days on the FS
Wolf, RichardGMG2 SHIPS ARMORYJan 1, 1971 – Dec 26, 19723RD " NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS AS OF 11-07" GREAT SHIP,GREAT MEMORIES.LT.RON OWENS,GMGMC RUBLE, SEEMS LIKE YESTERDAY. THAT LAST STORM WAS A BEAR !
Wolf, RichardGMG2Jan 15, 1971 – Dec 26, 19723RD GUNNERY-SHIPS ARMORERGREAT SHIP, GREAT CAPT'S, CAPT NELSON SABIN,CAPT. KEN WRIGHT JR. ALL OVER EUROPE,NORWAY,ARTIC CIRCLE. WORKED WITH SEALS, FORCE RECONN,RANGERS. LEARNED ALOT. GOOD MEMORIES AND FRIENDS,GMGMC RUBLE,GMG2 KILLORIN,GMG3'S BRIDGE,MOREY,URBANYI
Bullock, Jerry LGMG3Mar 6, 1971 – Apr 6, 1972i enjoyed being aboard with the crew and , and enjoyed working on gun mount 31.if anyone was on board with me you can e-mail me i wish very much to hear from you.hate to see it scraped.lots of memories that i will always remember.
Huston, BobMM3May 1971 – Jul 1974Engineering
Burgess, Kevin SEAMANJun 1971 – Dec 1972 3rd deck I was a seaman in 3rd div. Took care of 02 and 03 level areas, plus the portside quarterdeck. I WAS A CRANE OPERATOR., AND LANDED AND WORKED THE FLIGHT DECK. Went to Med and North Atlantic great freindsand memories.
Wright Jr, KenO-5Sep 1971 – Feb 1972CaptainA wonderful crew that brought the ship through a series of major engineering casualties in 2 months - the likes and rapidity of which I had never even heard of.
Smith, Orlando (Smitty)Sh3Feb 1972 – 1976SupplyLooking for the brothers of the uss fort Snelling. Bec captain porter, gm3 jimmy Johnson, cc1 Robert Robertson and bm1 Bernie
Hanchey, BillEM 2Mar 30, 1972 – Jun 30, 1975E2 MAJOR CRUISES. MED CRUISE DURING THE OCTOBER WARS & 3 MONTH NATO TOUR. LOTS OF FUN & LOTS OF WORK. PERIODICALLY WAS SENIOR PERSON AT E-DIV.
Tanis, WayneCtr3/YNJul 17, 1972 – Jun 1, 1973OC DivisionBlue Nose No. Atl Cruise - the Destroyed Tucumcari Hydrafoil on the flight deck in the huge storm of 72. Capt Burpo yelling to check the tie downs. Ens Wild - Ens Henry -Lt Harsch - Mr hall Lcdr Schneider I have pics
Reed, JamesSM3Sep 1972 – Oct 1973DECKWHAT A STORM IN 72!
Palmer, Michael (Fly)seamanSep 1972 – Mar 23, 1974porterlooking for brothers durning my tenure (Fly)
Jordan, Sam profile iconBM3 E4Oct 1, 1972 – Jul 27, 19741st DivisionNever will forget the shipmates that have became friends for life. Boatswain mate 3rd in 1st division. salvage boat coxswain. Go Navy
Scarantino, MichaelETN-2Oct 20, 1972 – Sep 9, 1973Electronic Repair ShopI was the division group leader and performed repairs on ships equipment including communications, radar and crypto equipment.
Denison, ToddGMG3Nov 1972 – Jul 19753rdi forget...that was before drug testing
Evans, ChuckMMFN-MM3Dec 1972 – 1976MGreat steaming days aboard the "Dirty Thirty" We also had great days in Baltimore ( remember the game we were invited to), the Carribbean, and the Med. Remeber a lot of faces but only a few names, "Dukkie, Digger, Tiny

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