The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Aeolus (ARC 3). 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 153 crew members registered for the USS Aeolus (ARC 3).
|Marfongelli, Joe||SN/YN3||1971 – 1971||x||The Aeolus was my first ship and my most memorable. I had a wonderful time on her (at least I can look back with fond memories) I currently work with an old shipmate R. Morris. We both wish we had taken more pictures back then.|
|Morris, Randy||E3 cook||1971 – 1973||supply||Would love to do it again, made some great friends, Mundy, Paul, Chuch Hernandez lot of others. Anyone remember the big wave on the way to Alaska. Would like to hear what someone else remembers about that night.|
|Walters, Gary||FN||1971 – May 1973||usnr||I remember being Boston Ship yards after someone on the ship sabotaged the engines. Donâ€™t remember if they ever found out who it was. Also remember being arrested in Boston after a fight near Fenway park and a bar called KKKatyâ€™s|
|Keelty, Leif "Dave"||FIREMAN||Feb 1971 – Feb 1973||B|
|Bax, David||ET3||Feb 1, 1971 – Jun 24, 1973||OE|
|Utgard, Gary||BTC||Apr 1971 – Oct 1973||B|
|Werts, Mark||EM-3||Apr 1971 – Oct 1973||engineering||It's good to see names I recognize. I had great times with good people.|
|Olson, Martin||RM2||Aug 1971 – Sep 1973||Ops||Liked being out at sea, but the sea sickness got to me. Carried a plastic bag. Met some good sailors. Put 20 years in the Navy Reserves afterward.|
|Manuel, Jerry||FN||Oct 1971 – Oct 1973||good times with good people.|
|Rardon, Arthur "Ed"||E3||Oct 1, 1971 – Sep 30, 1974||DECK||HI! JUST WRITING TO LET YOU KNOW I'M STILL AROUND!|
|Ricker, Paul||RM2||1972 – 1973||Operations||I was aboard her from the shipyard (the last USS ship to go through the Navy shipyard in Boston.) I also made the last cruise on her to the North Atlantic The great part of being aboard her was that I was from Kittery,Me.|
|Raynor, Ray||Seaman||1972 – 1973||Deck||Looking for sailors who served from 1972-73..|
|Baule, Allan||EN3||Aug 1972 – Oct 1973||A-Gang||When I came aboard the ship was in Dry Dock going through extensive overhaul at Boston Naval Shipyard. Was aboard when it was turned over to MSC. We had a good Captain, on Saturdays it was steak, lobster and beer. Limited of course.|
|Meroney, Stephen Or Peg Ass||SN||Aug 1972 – Oct 1, 1973||Deck||Being From Tennessee, going to Boston was great. After the navy I moved to Tennessee for 2 months & hated it. I moved on 12/26/73 to NYC, Brooklyn. I became a Chef & retired in 2005 due to health. Miss you much guys!|
|Carl, Fluharty||Dec 1, 1972 – Sep 1, 1973||SNIPE||WE WERE IN DRY DOCK AT BOSTON NAVAL SHIP YARDS GOOD PEOPLE GOOD TIMES|
|Vargas, Francis||DK3||1973 – 1973||Supply||Not real sure of the dates that I served aboard but was on the decommissioning crew, was fortunate to have made North Atlantic cruise visting many ports. Still have vivid memories of the inmates at the Naval prison bidding us adieu. Great Site.|
|Morey, Fred||MM 3||1973 – 1974||M||Boston was great, really loved Holland and our welcome there. Missed the flat bottom rock and roll (right!).|
|Raynor, Ray||Seaman/Boatswain Mate||Jan 20, 1973 – Jul 15, 1974||Deck||Hi, After decommission service on board the USS Aeolus I transferred to Naples, Italy for 13 months. I transferred to Norfolk, VA to served on board the USS Donald B Berry. I am retired as Warden and living in Gastonia|
|Tyler, William (Sam)||ETN2||1976 – May 1978||Strange times. Ultimately good, but strange. Met lots of fine people. Really enjoyed the North Atlantic when she was storming.|
|Bane, Michael T.||RM3||Feb 1976 – Feb 1978||radioman||I boarded the ship in oakland and sailed around to the east coast and operated out of portsmouth. sailed through the rough north atlantic as well as the famed bermuda triangle. I still think back and remember all my shipmates and voyages.|
|Gentry, Joseph (Billy Joe)||RM 3||Oct 1978 – Apr 1980||comunications||Boarded the boat in Porsmouth England. Made a few tripps across the pond and back as well as through the Bermuda Triangle. Went to dry dock in Portland Origan. Left there and came back around to Norfolk Va.|
|Moore, Wilbur||UTILITYMAN||1979 – 1979||Stewards||I worked with Big George Sexton,Chief Steward.|
|Moore, Wilbur||UTILITYMAN||Jan 1979 – Aug 1979||Stewards||From New Hampshere to Wales, from Two Brewers to the Paddle Steamer in Cardiff Wales. What a first trip with MSC. Does any body know what happen to De De the messman in the crews mess?|
|Vincent, Allen||ET3||Jun 1, 1984 – Dec 1, 1984||Comms|
There are currently no planned reunions.