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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
Miller, DaveENDED UP FIREMAN 21973 – 1975MIN ATHENS FOR EGYPT AND ISRAEL WAR. 52 DAYS IN SOUDA BAY, CRETE WITH NO SHORE TIME. GUNNERS MATE AND OFFICERS SHOT DOWN BY B.A.R. ON FLIGHT DECK IN BERMUDA TRIANGLE. DRY DOCK IN BALTIMORE. TOWED TO PORTSMOUTH. LIVED ON BARGE. OUT IN 7/75
Queeg, SputLTFeb 1973 – Jun 1976DeckGreat crew except Dukie, Pooh, Tiny and Guy.
Kent, RodLTFeb 1973 – Dec 1976OperationsCame aboard as mustang Ltjg. Cycled thru EMO, CIC & Comm, then relieved Lcdr Hall as Ops boss. 1973 Med deployment before long upkeep. Great crew with a real can-do attitude. The Old Fort was one hardworking gator freighter.
Fry, David "tiny"MM2Feb 2, 1973 – Jun 16, 1976Aft EngineroomPooh? Raymond Gross? Dukie Evans? Lonnie? John Leonard? Any of you guys still around? Don Herr? Baltimore Shipbuilding & Dry Dock ... Metro Machine ... living on the barge (or in an apt. with comrats): Med and Gitmo and Carribean.
David Fry, TinyMM2Feb 21, 1973 – Jun 6, 1976MTook the enginerooms through the yards (Metro Machine and Baltimore SBDD) in '75-76. Would love contact from the rest of the guys: Pooh, Guy, Dukie, ... and the rest.
Gilliam, SamE2Mar 1973 – Jul 1974NXI was a yeoman. The PN (Personnelman) office was right next to ours.
Fekete, VincentHT2Mar 9, 1973 – May 30, 1975RepairI worked with Several HT's of some I can remember: HT2 Welker;HT3 Steven Bloxham,deceased 1981;HT2 John Sypolt;FN Robinson;"Hog Jowls" HT2 Durham;FN Stewart;HT2 Tracy
Twine, Kenneth (Ken)FTG2Mar 15, 1973 – Jun 15, 19763rdhey, i remember the 73 Med. Cruise. The Caribbeaning Cruise, going in the yards in Md. Getmo, Haiti..trying to find anyone that was in 3rd FTG's or GM's.. at this time.. had alot of good times.. just would like to hook up..
Beckett, LarryPC4Sep 20, 1973 – May 10, 1976AdministrationI'm retired, but looking for any crew members that remember me.
Hernandez, JesseE-2Dec 26, 1973 – Jun 16, 1976Great to had server will all you guys
Shaw, Robert (Bob)E-3 DECK (BOATS)1974 – 1977guantanimo, port au prince,roosevelt roads,new york bicentennial 1976, med cruise 1976-77 metro machine & the barge.....
Palmer, Jeff (Pearl)MM#1974 – 1978Main Engine roomIts been awhile,
Palmer, Jeff (Pearl)MM31974 – 1978engineering Forward Engine Room I,m still not use to copmputers
Lopez, Eddie profile iconE41974 – 1977CICOne of the best experiences of my life.
Wall, Lawrence (Larry)HT2Aug 13, 1974 – Nov 11, 1977R
Vibert, MarkETN3Nov 1974 – Mar 1975ElectronicsWorked with Paul King, Rich Kentla, Paul Carruthers, Gary Fillup and others in ET shop. Would enjoy hearing from any of them.
Zak, MikeBT21975 – 1979Bfrom metro,yard birds hmmf we fixed it better. to gitmo. yup i drove the bus back to the boat.Waccamaw, nows a good time for an emergency break away.opsail 76 lost in the fog near RI and were outa gas chief.condenser leaks=salt. man did i have fun
Evancho, Santino {taco}mm31975 – 1977main control
Langlois, RobertEM31975 – Jun 13, 1978E division
Reaves, Marcusmsn1975 – 1976uss fort snellingwhere is grady gates
Davenport, LarryBt 21975 – 1979BAny one that knows me call 870 404 3377
Shaffer, SteveRM11975 – 1984oc
Yaw, ChipFTG3Jan 1975 – Apr 1977G
Lambert, DavidEMCSJan 6, 1975 – Jan 6, 1978E & RInteresting and strenuous tour of duty. Project OMAT was memorable. God bless Wally Gator.
Selja, Robert BobMM2Mar 1975 – Jul 1979MMetro, two Med cruises, countless Caribs, Gitmo 3 times, from RI to Fla and all points inbetween, what a long strange trip it was. Mostly good times except one really bad memory with Wally Gator.
Wainwright, Eric 'Dubs'EM2May 1975 – Sep 1978E
Van Dorin, KenFTM3May 1975 – Jan 19773Joined the ship when it was still in the one ship ship yard.Odd person out, a FTM on a all gun ship.
Patterson, RoyRADIOMANJun 1975 – May 1977Ops
Hansen, MonteDK2Jun 1975 – Nov 1977Supply
Gorgon, AdamMM2Jul 1, 1975 – Feb 15, 1979M
Gorgon, AdamMM2Jul 2, 1975 – Feb 13, 1979M
Hite, EugeneRMCJul 15, 1975 – Apr 5, 1977OCRLast duty before retiring.
Rehm, JeffreyEM2Aug 13, 1975 – Sep 21, 1977E DivisionThe Dirty 30 USS Fort Smelling. Can't help it she was old and dangerous but kept me safe most of the time. Almost electricuted, blinded and fell throught the engine room deck plates nearly breaking my leg.
Matta, Victor (Tex)SK-3Sep 9, 1975 – Sep 9, 1979Store keeperThe Gator Navy... The best rust bucket in the fleet. Had a blast. Would like to talk with some brothers.
Park, JohnET2Sep 10, 1975 – Apr 11, 1979OE01
Pickard, Ancil Allen / PickE-2Sep 14, 1975 – Jun 15, 1976DECKWENT TO GITMO, P.R.,TALL SHIPS NEW YORK HARBOR, WAS ON BOARD THAT TIME THE GUYS HAD A NEW MAN ON THE BOW WITH A BOAT HOOK LOOKING FOR THE MAIL BUOY,LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU GUYS ON BOARD 75-76. DIRTY DOUBLE-30 GONE FROM OUR VIEW BUT NOT FROM OUR HEARTS.
Steele, JimE3Sep 26, 1975 – Sep 26, 1977deckhello everyone, so good to have found this page. please let keep in contact, I would like to stay in touch with fellow mates.
Manner, TerryBM-3Oct 1975 – Jun 18, 1979Deck / boatYO guys, where are all my friends? Get in touch with me. later, terry
Baeza, Robert C.BT2Dec 1975 – Oct 1979BWorked in both engine rooms. Finished up my tour in the Oil Lab as Oil King. Had some good times and some bad. Wouldn't have traded it for the world!
Robinson, RickMM3Dec 1, 1975 – Oct 1, 1976Engine RoomI enjoyed my brief time on the Fort Snelling. I worked in the Main Engine Room. I learned so much serving there. I almost wish I could go back.
Campbell, GaryQMDec 5, 1975 – Feb 1981NXThe "Fighting Fort" was a great learning experience. Retired as a Command Master Chief in 2005 and living in Jacksonville FL. Nearly every shipmate I served with that stayed Navy went on to have great careers. God bless Wally Gator and Fighting

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