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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 212 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
Barton, DarrellE3Apr 11, 1969 – Jun 6, 1970BTI remember going to get more and we drop the load had to be tow back to key west
Senft, Mike1970 –
Wilcox, FrankRD31970 – 1972OI
Griffin, RobertRM21970 – Sep 1973CommunicationsI just found out about this site. I am interested in finding fellow sailors
Reno, RobertEM2Mar 10, 1970 – Jan 6, 1974RLeft A school in dead of winter meet ship in Gitmo 90 plus worst sunburn in my life. Great times Hong Kong,Sasebo,Singapore on and on. I would say best time of our lives. Went too reunion last year 06 it was the best lot of old friends.
Aiken, EdgarEM3Mar 17, 1970 – Feb 28, 1974R
Kohler, TomBM 3Apr 1970 – Feb 3, 19731stMany good times and good freinds ,good cruises.plus many wake-up calls in and about life.Looking back you sometimes miss that time of your life. Came aboard in Boston 70 , if we only knew then what we know now.
Liebman, WilliamET1Jun 1970 – Oct 1971OCThe extended reftra in Gitmo was one to remember.
Mullins, RodSH1Jun 1970 – Sep 1971supply
Griffus, GriffMM2Jul 1970 – Feb 1972MOcho Rios Jamica,Azores Isl,Lisbon Portagual(?),Ampsterdam,Hamburg Germany,Copenhagan Swedan on a very strong,fast ship with a great crew and an awesome 1200psi steam system......very hard act to follow.Shell back too...
Fore, EarlEN3Aug 1970 – Jan 1973Part of ReCommission crew of Sept. 1970. Vietnam June-Dec. 1972.
Harman, RussEM2Aug 15, 1970 – May 8, 1972RA lot of hard work and hard sailing. Great CO's, questionable XO's. Div. Officer Mr. Curran was great. Fond memories.
Coyne, JoeMM3Aug 15, 1970 – Jan 22, 1973M&B Div2nd Plank owner 1970. 72 WESTPAC cruise. Shell-Back . Fwd Engine Room We have a Reunion every year. any former crew member or family is more than welcome to attend. It is just like being on LIBERTY! Again!
Bridges, John QM3Sep 21, 1970 – Aug 22, 1972NavigationDavis was my 3rd ship duty station. Great memories. Made lots of friends and saw lots of foreign lands. Became a Shell-back and departed in Subic Bay after a few weeks on the gun line. Still in New Hampshire.
Weimann, KevinMM2Nov 1, 1970 – Aug 2, 1973R Division
Franclemont, Richard profile iconETR2Dec 1970 – Jun 1973OEGot aboard in Newport. Made the 72 Nam cruise, down around Africa. Crossed the equator, 12 Jun 72 as I recall, now a Shellback. Left the ship while she was in Charleston, S C.
Roberts, DouglasRD3Jan 27, 1971 – Nov 20, 1972OIMet the Davis in Gitmo, Cuba in January 1971. A prop shaft vibration sent us to Boston for 8 months then back to gitmo. Did a North Atlantic cruise then was to go to the Med but was assigned to westpac in July 72.
Medina, MikeSK3May 1971 – Jan 1975SupplyI remember all the places we went from Newport RI to Vietnam and back.I wonder where the Texas buddies are today.
Dean, Harry ( Cody)BT2Jun 1971 – Jul 1974B
White, BrianGMTSNSep 1971 – Dec 19743RDServed with a great crew! Saw a lot of the world. Sailed to Vietnam in June of 72'. Great times in P.I., Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Java. Other deployments took us to the Med, S. America, Africa. Persian Gulf & Iran.
Bailey, JimYN2Nov 1971 – Aug 1975Nav
Blades, BillSADec 22, 1971 – Aug 27, 1974
Newman, MarcEM31972 – 1973E
Chalfant, KenmoreBt31972 – 1976NavyMy dad has since passed from asbestos cancer
Fisher, ThomasE4Mar 1972 – Feb 1974BT
Stebbins, JimLtJgMar 1972 – Jan 1974Supply
Hunt, TomETN2Mar 1, 1972 – Mar 4, 1975OEHave a lot of great memories from the time I was on board. Crossing the equator, gunline off of Nam, the Med cruise, Gitmo 3 or 4 times and all those long hours. Best of all were the guys in my division and department.
Giglio, Vince/giggsEMJun 22, 1972 – May 10, 1974R
Baker, RichardLTJGJul 1972 – Jul 1975First and OIJoined Davis on the gunline of Vietnam in '72. Saw most of the world including: Asia, Middle East, Arica, South America, Europe, and the Carib/GTMO. Ended up at Charleston Naval Shipyard. Got married while serving aboard.
Donson, TomBT2Oct 15, 1972 – Jul 1, 1976B DivTough times, but great ship. Lots of great friends in both firerooms..
Siegrist, MarkOSSNDec 27, 1972 – Sep 26, 1975Operations
Van Bibber, CharlesFT21973 – 1976Fox DivisionI was part of the MK 56 Gun Firecontroll System. I was the "Former Marine and Vietnam Vet". I did some small arms training and enjoyed shooting "trap" off the fantail. Awesome Med Cruse in '74.
Lucas, Gerry (Luke)BT2Jan 1973 – Sep 1976BForward Fireroom (Bravo1)
Hemming, Brianos3Jan 1973 – Nov 1974radarstationed charleston sc did a med cruise,
Cinco, Nolan Aka ChinkE3Jan 11, 1973 – Jan 7, 1976ENGINE ROOMI ENJOYED THE TIME I HAD ABOARD THE SHIP AND THE FRIENDS I MADE DURING MY TIME IN THE NAVY.THE NAVY TAUGHT ME ALOT ABOUT LIFE AND RESPONDISABLITY AND LEADERSHIP. HOPING TO FIND SOME OF MY OLD FRIENDS. CONTACT ME AT nolancinco@aol.com
Sheridan, Danny BoyIC3May 1973 – Mar 1975ICThe Navy was no fun but there were great times in Torremolinos and Valencia.
Holbrook, DavidBT3Jun 15, 1973 – Jul 21, 1975B divisionI served in the aft fireroom I made 3rd Class just before I got out.
Brohman, RickEMFN (part time EM3:) )Sep 1973 – May 1976EngineeringEnd of Nam, my first sea command. Served under Cmdr James Hamerick. Lots of good memories even though it wasnt a stellar time in my life.
Welch, Donald (Doc)E3Dec 1973 – May 1974CorpmanI was the first black corpsman on this ship, everybody call me doc. If anyone remember me email me. Happy to here from u.
Nowak, JohnQM3Dec 18, 1973 – Apr 18, 1977OpsI have been a member of one canoe club or another since leaving Davis in 77. Presently the Commanding Officer of the USNS FISHER (T-AKR 301). Life really does have a sense of humor.

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