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USS Monticello (LSD 35) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Monticello (LSD 35). 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 178 crew members registered for the USS Monticello (LSD 35).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1972 | 1973 – 1979 | 1980 – now

Leonard, Carl/pappyCHIEF MACHINISTSOct 1943 – Oct 7, 1945
Dover, JackSNMar 1957 – Jun 1958Good Times
Raymond, RonaldEN 2Mar 1957 – Dec 1958Ron is now deceased, but I would like to hear from someone who knew him. Sally Raymond
Betz, Charles (Chuck)BTFNMar 1957 – Jan 1959engeneering after fireroomii was on the precom detail in pascagulla miss. it was a growing up time for me in more than one way had a lot of fun on liberty the crew was great a lot of card games a lot of great memories
Gould, Gilbert / GilEM - 3Mar 1957 – Apr 1960EngineeringAll shipmates at test site in Eniwetok in 1958 should get registured with the VA to be an Atomic Veteran for any problems you may have now or in the future.
Bursch, LeroyGMG2Mar 28, 1957 – 1959deck
Berryman, BuckSNMar 29, 1957 – Dec 10, 1958EngineeringI served on the Monticello when she was put into commission in March 1957 until I was discharged in December 1958. Still have a lot of good memories. Jack Dover, if your looking in just want to say hello.
Dean, BobRD3Apr 1957 – Jan 1959OperationsI'd like to jear from and/or see some plankowners at the reunion next June.
Beck, KeithEN2Apr 10, 1957 – Jul 6, 1960Repair
Younkin, Deanbt3Apr 10, 1957 – Jun 23, 1959b divthe ship was a great ship to serve on. lots of good times
Smith, James(smitty)BT1Apr 21, 1957 – May 21, 1958bgood tour new ship(air condition)
Tabor, Dennis/ TabeSN1958 – 1962Second
Zychowski, Marty-------skiSEAMANJan 1958 – Aug 30, 1961Second Deck
Fulton, JohnLTJGMar 1958 – Sep 1959eng/opsWe were the flagship for the last atom bomb tests conducted by the U.S. in the Marshall Islands. Saw many spectacular blasts and helped develop the tactical nuclear warhead. We had a great group of guys and it was a tremendous experience fo
Caster, RayFT3Jan 15, 1960 – Oct 8, 19623rdAnyone remember the nuclear tests? What an experience. Yo! Don Shumake, Gary Porter and Bill Dunnam. Hows it hanging? I've talked with you a few times since the Mo was Cash Book Victor. We cruised with the Paul Revere.
Becker, FredEM 2Jan 23, 1960 – Jan 23, 1962etook part in a-bomb testing in pacific
Monks, DonaldMM3Jan 31, 1960 – Sep 17, 1963M
Park, RichardQM3Jul 22, 1960 – Jan 20, 1964QMWould like to see if anyone can verifiy that I served on the MOBOAT, due to lost records. Please let me know if you can help.
Wikstrom, DavidbmsnSep 1960 – Aug 1962firstthis one of the finest ships i served on. i remerber the first westpac tour as i was the only one in my div. that had been there before. we first hit okinawa and then onto japan. we hit hong kong after over 2 months sea.
Hawkins, Robert ( Hawkeye )SN S Div.1961 – 1962S Div. Laundry-Ship Store-Soda FountainGood times,not so good times. Remember colision with Paul Revere.Put in at Okinawa. Then on to Subic Bay,Hong Kong,and Zamboanga remember that? Got a captains Mass for staying out all night with a girlfrom a bar.
Jones, ThomasSAApr 1, 1961 – Apr 2, 1961on ship to go on mike boats to pick up equip on rafts and nylon lines
McCoy, DickRM3May 15, 1961 – May 15, 1963RadioI enjoyed my stay on the PRock, made a lot of good friends, and some bad ones. Also liked all of the great Med ports visited. Several times we had wall to wall Marines aboard for war games, they were not to bad!!
Minion, DavidMMFN19621962 – 1964Machinest Mate and Shipfitterearly nuk tests in Pacific to Gulf of Tonkin VN
Mayer, Ronald (R.j.)SM 2 CLASSOct 3, 1962 – Mar 21, 1967Signalmen Sorry i missed reunion. Hoping theres another soon.I dont have email address so ill use wifes.
Huebner, John profile iconEN3Apr 10, 1963 – Nov 13, 1964A Div
Osborn, DarrellRMSNNov 10, 1963 – Mar 8, 1964ORWas only here a short time and then I was transferred to the Paul Revere, which was the flag ship of COMPHIBRON 5.
Faust, RonaldMM31964 – 1967MI served during operation Harvest Moon, Double Eagle, Dagger Thrust and Blue Marlin. I think of the ship and crew very often and wish them all well
Crotty, JamesSK3Mar 1964 – Aug 1966Supply DepartmentHad a great time and enjoyed my shipmates as well as the ports in Asia we visited.
Malik, DennisFTG2May 22, 1964 – Nov 20, 1967DeckMiss the poker games
Kiser, GaryFTG2Jun 15, 1964 – Nov 18, 19663rdhave alot of fond memories of my navy days on the mo boat
Lutz, Richard E.SN FIRST CLASSAug 1964 – Aug 19661stServed 2 tours aboard LCU(F) 1451 in Viet Nam. 1st time 1965 with Goforth as skipper. 2ed time 1966 with Primus as skipper. Both great leaders. Taken to Nam the first time by Monticello LSD35
Albertson, David "Sonny"BM3Mar 1965 – Jun 19672nd
Harben, RonRD 3Mar 1965 – Mar 1967OE/OISailing from tedium to monotony up and down the coast of Viet Nam from Hue to Cam Rahn Bay. The real fun was in San Diego and my WestPac widow go-go girl! Then there was that memorable "hoping aboard the ship as it left the harbor!"
Bernier, ErnestBM3Apr 29, 1965 – May 29, 19672ndI would like to that part of my life all over again.
Lord, RichardFTG3Aug 1, 1965 – Sep 29, 19683rdIt was a time that I'll never forget
Rearden, TedLTJGJan 1966 – Oct 31, 19691ST/CICMy only duty station right out of OCS; a real eye-opening experience. Taught me to respect the senior ratings for their job knowledge, personnel skills, helped in civilian career. Good crew, companions in arms.
Burnight, PatrickRD3Jan 1966 – Jun 9, 19691st-CICI was seventeen when I came aboard and grew up on the Monticello. I see Ted Rearden has signed up, I remember him as a new ensign, He was a good officer and a regular guy. It's hard to believe it's been over 40 years.
Lynch, Robert ( Bob )YN3Jan 1, 1966 – Apr 1, 1969Admin.Hey guys, It has been a long time, 35 years. I hope I will be able to make the reunion. I also would like to hear from Burce Machado, PCSN, if possible. Contact me at 1977 Parkcrest Drive, SW, Apt #10, Wyoming, MI 49519, or anyone else. Bye.
James, StephenSH3Jun 8, 1966 – Sep 9, 1969ship services
Langston, RonaldBMSNSep 15, 1966 – Jun 15, 19681 STCame onboard in 1966 in yards at San Piedro Ca. Came back to San Diego that year and went through training to get ready to go to Viet Nam. Left San Diego sometime in 1967 for South Viet Nam .1998 legt ship to go to shore duty inV.N. 68/69.
Spurr, Kennysm3Sep 23, 1966 – Mar 26, 1967signalmanwent aboard in San diego as a smsn, went on one westpac 6mo. cruise
Tucker, MikeFTG2Oct 10, 1966 – Oct 10, 19693rd DivisionMiss the open sea

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