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USS Manley (DD 940) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Manley (DD 940). 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 120 crew members registered for the USS Manley (DD 940).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 1977 | 1978 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Thuot, NormanBM3Nov 14, 1956 – Aug 19, 1959Deck DivionGreat ship and Crew. Put the ship in commision on 1 February 1957 and was only original crew member present at ship's Decommissioning at Newport R I on 4 March 1983.
Ford, LawrenceRMSNSep 1958 – Mar 1959OCGreat ship and crew!
Peckham, Fred/peckBT3Jan 1959 – May 1959BTransfered from Moale DD 693 with VE Smith FN and Kenny Roberts BT3 to await Discharge. Manley was a Great ship and at the time New. Reenlisted shortly (80 Day) after discharged and stayed. Retired BTCS 1974. Last Ship NK Perry DD 883.
Stevens, CharlesBM-3Jul 29, 1959 – Aug 20, 1964Made 3 class BM on board OUTSTNDING SHIP and CREW,Shipmates,A.Burns,C.Santone.Davis,Castillo,Sedillo,Varichak,Burnette ,Schultz BuckShot Weaver ,this is deck,Sonar,and Ops people from my time. GREAT BUNCH OF GUYS.Stayed 22 years and retired as BM1
Foster, PaulMM31960 – 1963FIREMAN / BOILERMANhello to all of my shipmates. you can write to me at ; 378 STEAMBOAT DRIVE REIDSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Having alot of health problems including blindness and heart disease. Would love to make the reunion in April 2007 but probably unable.
Bobby Webb, BjJun 20, 1960 – Jun 12, 19621st. & FoxFrom time repoted on boad as a SA working for Buck Weaver BM1 & BM3 Stevens. TM3 Catpool in FOX the best two years of my 24 years servies. From the Med to the PR. The Manley was a good ship. We need a new one
Miller, Gerald (Butch)MM3Jul 23, 1960 – Nov 11, 1962EngineeringA proud lady and a great ship and crew.
Robinson, Maynard"Robbie"ETN2Sep 1961 – Aug 28, 1962OIGOOD SHIP,EVEN BETTER CREW.
Miller, BobBT2May 1962 – Oct 15, 1970BShe was a fine ship.To this day ,I am unable to remember the many places in this world that we went to for whatever reason. Both West pac cruises and around the world a couple of times .The memories. Outstanding crew.
Evans, ThomasRm1Nov 19, 1962 – 1967OC DivisionWas on board for the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Miceli, Phil BoatsBMSNJan 6, 1963 – Jun 10, 1963Gunnery !sI was on the Manley Twice Once March 1960-April1960 from Gibiltar to Beriut. I was theHelsman During GQ &Special Detail from Jan 1963-to June 1963. Alson served on NKPerry ddr 883, Uss Fiske ddr 842 and Uss Johnston DD 821
Foster, WayneSK3Apr 1963 – Feb 16, 1965Supply
Jones, RobertbtfnSep 11, 1963 – Jun 18, 1964m div
Quinn, FrankIC 21964 – 1967RGitmo, The Med, Veitnam, The mounts blowing up, Shellback, Around the world. Just too much fun for one assignment.
Dennison, JoePNC1964 – 1967xBe sure to visit the official website at www.ussmanleydd940.org. You will find many shipmates listed there. Joe Dennison - Membership Chairman
Cook, JamesETR31964 – 1966OINever understood the meaning of the words "Liberty Risk".
Myers, Howard (Jack)MM31965 – 1968Engineering Two Vietnam cruises. Had a great time. Would love to make contact with the guys I worked with down in the engine room
Walker, RalphETN2Jun 1965 – Jun 1968OE
Shinn, HerbETR-2Jun 15, 1965 – Oct 29, 1967OEPart of the ET Gang on Manley's first deployment to Viet Nam in 1966 - 1967. Few bad times but mostly good memories and all the ports visited around the world on our way back to Charleston, SC.
Baxter, Bill ( Weasel )FTG2Oct 1965 – Jun 1968FOX DIV-'65-'67 2ND DIV-'67-'68JOINED THE NAVY AND SAW THE WORLD! VIETNAM '66-'67-'68. WORLD CRUISE '66-'67. TET '68. SHELLBACK...LIBERTY @ CHINA BEACH,DA NANG. ALSO,TWO GUN MOUNT EXPLOSIONS. MAN,WHAT A SHIP SHE WAS!!
Scheetz, HankscheetzBM3Nov 9, 1965 – Nov 9, 19681stServed on the Manley with a great bunch of guys, had fun, got drunk, fell down, got up and did it all again. Went on both WestPac trips. Glenn, contact me.
Scheetz, HankBM3Nov 15, 1965 – Nov 15, 19681st, Deck ForceOn board for both WestPac Cruises & both gun mount explosions. Made good friends, acted stupid, had fun and worked hard (remember most of it). She was a good ship and she treated us well and gave all we asked for.
Miller, GaryMM21966 – 1969R (A-Gang)Went to Nam for two deployments, Around the world, crossed the Equator. Also NATO Cruises and Med Cruises. Wouldn't have traded it for anything.
Schnetzler, Michaelmm31966 – 1969a gang
Kane, HaroldSTG2Feb 1966 – Nov 1967Fox DivPresident - USS Manley Assoc manleypres940@gmail.com.
Brewster, DanDK2Jul 11, 1966 – Jun 10, 1968SupplyEnjoyed WestPac cruises...stopovers in Vietnam twice. Enjoyed the Boatswains Mates while I was one and sure would like to get in touch with SK3 Gatlin. Hope to see some of you guys soon!
Guillote, JohnRD2Aug 1966 – Jun 1968OI
Orvis, TerryRD 1Sep 1, 1966 – 1969OIMANLEY'S TWO WEST PACK CRUISES GREAT MISS MY SHIPMATES HAD 5 OTHER SHIPS NONE AS SPECIAL AS MANLEY. I SWITCHED TO EW MADE EWCS, SELETCED FOR WARRANT, THEN LDO WAS SERVING AS A LT AND REVERTED TO CWO4 TO RETIRE
King, GlennSK3Oct 1966 – Jul 1968SupplyMade two Viet Nam cruises; around the world twice. Hard work underway, but great liberty. Loved the Jeepneys in Subic Bay. Made some good friends that I'd like to see again. Hank, get in touch!
Kalabus, JohnQM31967 – 1969OCGood ship. Great memories. WESPAC 67-68; North Atlantic 68; Med. 69
Dunkle, JamesLTMay 9, 1967 – Mar 25, 1969Supply
Boscher, TomLt(jg)Jun 10, 1967 – Sep 10, 1968Supply CorpsIf the seas were calm, outstanding; otherwise, not so.
Smith, RussellPn3Jul 1967 – Nov 1, 1968FoxGreat memories, fun times, hard work, great crew. Tet, Bangkok, Subic, Taiwan, Unzen, Oahu, Panama. I miss our ship!
Boldrey, JohnPC4Aug 1, 1967 – Aug 31, 19691st/FoxI spend most of my time on the Manley in 1st div, "The Back Bone Of The Ship". Then I made PC3 and was x-fered Fox div However I still worked as a "Deck Ape" and enjoyed it. Good People in 1st Division, miss you all!
Crose, SteveE2Oct 2, 1967 – Jun 7, 19681stlooking for info on Agent Orange?
Palmer, Gary/arnieE21968 – 1969Deck div. I did serve aboard the Manley,but not sure of the exact dates. My whole time aboard ship was in the Atlantic,the Medteranian,and the carribean.
Forrest G Bradley, Jerry1st classFeb 7, 1968 – Jan 1, 1987not sureMy dad always talked about The Manley he told me great stories about this ship and crew. I wanted to post this in his memory.
Barnes, David3rd class QMJul 1968 – Jan 1970operationsserved on the Manley to the North Atlantic - blue nose- and the Mediterranean. Decommissioned her in Philly in 1970 while she went through upgrades. Transferred off. She was a good ship.
Huttman, GeorgeGMG2Oct 1968 – Feb 19702ND I THINKMADE MED CRUISE HAD A GREAT TOUR OF DUTY ABOARD
Meacomes, CharlesBM / E21969 – 1970
McKinley, MarcRD31969 – 1970OI

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