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USS Davis (DD 937) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Davis (DD 937). 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 213 crew members registered for the USS Davis (DD 937).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1968 | 1969 – 1973 | 1974 – 1977 | 1978 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Maderia, Ralphsn1965 – 1968deckWas a kid of 19 became a man of the world twice. Gunline in Nam Assisted the USS LIBERTY AGTR 5 . Had the best liberty in the fleet. Went to Vietnam in the Delta for 2 yrs.miss the sea.Was the best ship in the NAVY.
Perry, GilRM11965 – 1968OpsFinest ship and ship mates I ever served with. It seemed like everyone pulled together to make every situation run smoothly.
Herrera, Jim  NEWSHIPSSERVICE 3RD.CLASS1965 – 1969SUPPLYGOOD TIMES WITH GARY LUCAS, GARY GERING, JAMES CHERRY, EDWARD EDDINGTON, AND REST OF CREW,
Cataldo, RussMR3Jan 1965 – Apr 1968RMade alot of friends onboard the Galloping Grey Ghost of the Vietnam coast. Would like to find an old friend, Chuck McCowan, ET. Reunions are great for sea stories.
Lansing, James/jimE-4/SONARMar 1965 – Nov 22, 1966Around the world cruise in 1966 with four months off the coast of Viet Nam.
Anderson, Robert AndyMM2Mar 1965 – Jan 3, 1968Best Ship and Crew in the Navy
Creek, Jim profile iconMMCSMar 1965 – Oct 1967Engine RoomWe are looking for sailors who served with my Dad Wesley H. Creek who was onboard the Sampson.
Herrera, JimDD 937Apr 14, 1965 – Sep 15, 1969SHIPS SERVICE (SUPPLY)
McCowan, CharlesIC2Jul 1965 – 1968R
Tanguay, RichardRM 2Jul 17, 1965 – Aug 27, 1967Operations
Tanguay, DickRM2Aug 24, 1965 – Aug 19, 1967O/C Radio
Bailey, W. ScottSNSep 1965 – Aug 1967supplytwo great trips, Nam and Med
Davenport, ChadBM3Sep 1965 – Sep 19671ST
Warren, Jamesbm3Oct 3, 1965 – Sep 10, 1969first
Sawa, WalterE4Oct 15, 1965 – Sep 15, 1967supplyGreat experience and been to countries I will never see again. Where else could I do an around the world cruise and see the world.
Griffiths, GeorgeSNDec 12, 1965 – Aug 19661st div and OI divThis was the best thing I ever did. A Farm boy who made a world cruise. Got lots of leadership training, thank you Senior Chief Riddling. You scared the hell out of on the bridge one day with your high and tight hair cut
Willis, TerryMM2Dec 16, 1965 – Oct 16, 1967best ship in the navy
Eitle, NedMM21966 – 1969MStill looking for Dave Gray, Al Hoofman, Dave Perry and Wesley Creek MMC. as the Chief use to say "If you don't have time to do it right, how the hell you going have time to do it over? My business now lives by this famous saying.
Barnes, DonaldEM3Jan 1966 – Dec 1966RGreat Viet Nam (world) cruise. What an experience!
Somerford, EdwardSM2Apr 15, 1966 – Apr 9, 1968The US Navy was a special way of life. As a young man I really enjoyed the travel; especially the MED cruise and the Bahama's. As a signalman, I enjoyed the great outdoors, especially in the summer. What a great crew I worked with.
Gifford, TomRM3Aug 5, 1966 – Jun 5, 1969OCLooking back now after 40 years I realize my days spent on the Davis were some of the best of my life. Good to see Gil Perry, Mojack Ingram still around
Surette, GerryRM3Sep 5, 1966 – Jul 1967OC
Prince, DonPO2/EM2Sep 10, 1966 – Sep 30, 1969RProud to have served aboard DAVIS. Made many friends and have many great but sometimes foggy memories.
Surette, GerryRM3Sep 15, 1966 – Jul 23, 1967OHappy to hear from old shipmates. Hope to see you all at the reunions.
Carlson, VictorSTG2Nov 1966 – Jan 1968FoxBest, by far, of the 4 I served on! Caribbean spring board Viet Nam world cruise, Mediterranean. Shellback Golden Dragon Order of Magellan 6 day war USS Liberty GREAT crew!
Davis, LarryBT2Dec 16, 1966 – Dec 29, 1969B- DivisionAs I look back over the years spent on the Davis.. It was one of my best memories. The working in the "HOLE", prepared me for my life's occupation. The officers were the best I served with, especially Lt.. A. J. Krekich.
Ramsey, BobQM21967 – 1969Operations
Hofeldt, Donald profile iconRM51967 – 1970CommunicationsI sometimes miss the old ship and the crew. I am trying to get verification of going ashore for a Bob Hope show and agent orange exposure.
Steiner, JackEN3Mar 1967 – Jul 1969R
Mattingly, Joseph ( Matty)GMG-3Jul 1967 – Oct 1970weapons / 2ndServed aboard 1967- until decommisioning after WestPac cruise. Assigned to mount 53 during tour of VietNam. Looking for a copy of the west pac cruise book and to touch base with mates from this time period.
Mattingly, MattyGMG3Aug 1967 –2nd divisionLooking for anyone from second division to correspond wespac 68-69. email josephmattingly25@gmail.com
Harwell, RandyRM2Sep 1967 – Aug 1971Ops/Comm (Radio)Came aboard DAVIS at Boston in late '67 as RMSN; did the '69-'69 WESPAC tour to 'Nam before FRAMM at Boston; attended RM "B" at Bainbridge & Crypto "C" at Portsmouth; now RET1 w/MSC...- 73's- Randy ("S
John Erickson, JohnSH 3Sep 1967 – Nov 1968ship servicemangreat west pac viet nam 67-68
Martino, ChuckPC31968 – 1969
Guzman, MarioRd31968 – 1970ops
McFarland, Sterling (Mack)RD 11968 – 1969OItrying to connect my lung cancer with duty in viet nam due to agent orange
Boone, DonaldSK21968 – 1969supplyI enjoyed my time on the Davis .
Sweeney, MikeBMSN1968 – 19691st DivMy time was a wonderful experience. I was assigned as a boat coxswain and BMOW during GQ and other ops. Had a chance to walk her decks before she was taken out and sunk. Lots of great memories.. retiredlawman@mail.com
Hocking, JimBM3Jan 6, 1968 – Oct 31, 1969FirstDavis had a good crew and I learned much during my service time on board. WestPac and Vietnam give vivid memories. Made some good friends. Still in touch with many. Gary Gehring taught me well. Thanks also to Captain Mountford, a friend now.
Waters, Charlie profile iconETR3Mar 30, 1968 – Apr 2, 1968ET SHOPThe Davis was my taxi from NPT to Key West to pick up the Stickell, DD 888. Stickell had left NPT lacking one DASH tech.who had to take Emerg LV. I was assigned to the R.E. Kraus DD 849 in Boston Naval Ship Yard.
Beem, John "junior"FNApr 1968 – 1969ShipfitterHello, I arived on the Davis straight out of bootcamp.I went on the 68-69 West Pac cruise to Vietnam.You would have seen me welding or plumbing aboard the ship.Feel free to contact me if you were on this cruise.
Stuck, RobertBT2Apr 26, 1968 – Oct 31, 1969BI made the 2nd. WestPac cruise on the Davis. Lot's of good memories. Hi to all my old ( or Young!) shipmates.
Smith, LeoMM2Aug 1968 – Nov 1969Came on board for Vietnam Cruise.Crew member in Main Control.
Tittle, JerryMM3Sep 1968 – Jul 1969mm aft engineroomTrying to find some of the guys that I served with. I met a lot of wonderful people while in the military. After I was transfered off davis, I tried to get back in destroyer group to no end. Went to aircraft carrier where I left military.
Demaria, RichardGMG3Sep 1968 – Nov 19702ndLooking for some of my shipmates from this time period. We had a great crew that realy worked hard during our Vietnam tour. I do have the cruise book during that long cruise.
Cirone, BillRM3Nov 1968 – Oct 1969Communications

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