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USS Parsons (DDG 33) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Parsons (DDG 33). 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 241 crew members registered for the USS Parsons (DDG 33).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1977 | 1978 – 1980 | 1981 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Krook, CraigBT31972 – 1974BShe was a good boat with a good crew. We worked hard, fought hard, and partied even harder. The experience and memories have lasted me a lifetime, hopefully for a bit longer as I'm not ready yet.
Spay, JoeRM31972 – 1973OperationsWhat an experience. First guy I met when I embarked in Yokosuka was RMC McLukie...I'll always remember. I was a lowly seamen fresh out of Radio A school, and there was my new Chief, with four "sparks" tatooed on each hand.
House, Charles/herbieBT31972 – 1974BStarted in aft f/r then went fwd f/r. Had alot of good Yoko fun. also other ports of interests if you know what I mean.
Lee, AlbertMM3Jan 24, 1972 – Jan 12, 1974m
Bartmess, TomSTG3Feb 1972 – May 1974ASW
Delong, Tony (Snoppy) Ht 3HT 3Mar 1972 – Oct 1973R DivisionI know that my brother has been on this site. I have not till now. What caused me to visit was I had a call for Rick James asking when the ship pull in to Da nang harbor Well my brother knew the time (approx.) so connect
Lee, AlbertMM3Apr 1, 1972 – Dec 10, 1973MIf Mr. Delong reads this How is your brother. My brother Doug ET2 and I served with you and some of the best men I have ever know and I would love to see them again.
Callaway Jr., RoyceMM3May 1972 – Jun 1974MM3 IN SUPPLY HAD GREAT TIME SERVING ABOARD THE PARSONS
Ide, Davidmm3Jun 1972 – Apr 1974MLots of work, but looking back it was well worth it. Hey Albert Lee
McCann, SteveSIgnalmanJun 1972 – Nov 1974OC
Lewis, Leonard / PopsOS1(SW)Jul 1972 – Sep 1974OILooking for Charles Hudson and Steven Hinkle
Glover, AlE-3Sep 1972 – Jul 1974G- Division
Pickering, Timothy (Pick)PC3Oct 1972 – Jul 1975AdminGreat command.Left Da Nang to catch this boat.Could not wait to get to the ship.Had some great buddies.Good memories except the time we came under mortar attack. Then became real.Great XO Auer.Met wife in Yoko.Had son.
Mears, DennisFNDec 1, 1972 – May 1, 1975M Div (Fwd Eng Rm)My first real ship and a 1200 pounder to boot.
Harnsberry, Michael1973 – 1976I am the brother of Michael, He has passed away,If anybody remember him please let me know....Keith
Ring, Jr., JamesE-4 Interior Communications1973 – 1975Engineering
Guthrie, JoeEW3Mar 1, 1973 – Mar 30, 1975OEWoked as an ET3 and converted to EW3. My first ship. Some really fine people.
Sevier, GeraldBTFNApr 27, 1973 – Apr 26, 1977BGreastest time of my life Lot of memories
Heller, Kennethsm1Apr 29, 1973 – May 1, 1976sm
Grose, JamesETR-3 / IC3May 1973 – Nov 1975OE /RMy first ship -- should have extended on board!!
Johnson, Dan (Doc)E3 BMJul 1973 – Nov 1973not sureVivid memories! . . . making bumpers, climbing Mt. Fuji, radar room, sub school, pulling line at port, loading shells, sleeping next to sonar room, steering, ocean swimming, great friends, singapore slings, seasickness.
Dayton, JohnICFNJul 20, 1973 – Oct 28, 1975RHad the best time of the three years in the Navy in Yokosuka and on the Parsons.
Phillips, HenryFTM 2Sep 1973 – Apr 18, 1975Fox
Wierschem, CharlesE5Sep 9, 1973 – Sep 9, 1976
Sprosty, DwightE1/1973Nov 9, 1973 – Nov 9, 1976engine roomany hole snipes.fwd and aft enginroom/boiler room.rice,forgach,lawson,george haily,phil haftman,engine over hall dry dock hard work long hours shell back iniation.
Virts, MikeSMDec 1973 – 1975osGreat memories.Still in touch with QM T.Flowers
Skyles, BobDec 27, 1973 – Apr 25, 1975radiohey people
Skyles, BobRM3Dec 30, 1973 – Jun 13, 1975RADIOITS BEEN SO LONG....HERES A PARSONS FB GROUP...http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=49018218276&ref=mf
Esch, JimSMSN1974 – 1976OSRetired from the Federal govt a couple of years ago, I was able to use my Navy time and Army time as part of my 25 years in US Govt. Had some good buds on board, still stay in touch with Poe and Stepp. A reunion would
Leaman, CliffordE-21974 – 1975machinist mate #1 engine roomI WAS ABOARD THE PARSONS STATIONED IN JAPAN DURING DRY DOCK WHEN ASBOTES WAS REMOVED AND NOW HAVE MESOTHELIOMA 1974-1975
Hansen, MikeHT31974 – 1978EngineeringKings Cross in Sydney!!! Subic Bay! Yokohama!
Lash, LesterRM3Jan 1974 – Nov 1975Really enjoyed sailing with the crew. Got to be a shellback on the way to Australia. Hope we have a reunion sometime.
Farris, RickETSN/3Jan 1974 – Jan 1976OE
Wagner, MarkBMSNJan 7, 1974 – Jan 7, 19761stBest times in the navy where aboard her.Deck,bulkhead,overhead,line,marlin spike,hausepipe,sail twine,redlead,tofold,needlegun,BM's are number 1.
Godines, ArturoEn2Jan 16, 1974 – Jan 16, 1976R divisionReported on board U S S Parsons when she was in dry dock. The days that followed were long and dusty but I made some very good friends while I was on board. I still remember the good times we had in Japan and in P.I.
Lobb, BillBT2Feb 15, 1974 – Jun 15, 1977B division Was my first ship learned the good and bad ways of doing business. Retired as a BTC so must have picked up something .
Welker, BillRADIOMAN 2ND CLASSApr 1974 – Oct 1975CR
Poe, DennisSM2Apr 1974 – Apr 1976Signelman
Vargo, MarkEN 2Apr 16, 1974 – Apr 12, 1978A DIVMy First ship and loved every min on her a great ship with a outstanding crew
Harter, RonMR2Apr 22, 1974 – Feb 2, 1976A Gang
Wilpitz,, RobertBM1May 5, 1974 – May 9, 19771stHope i can still locate some you guys thats in the san diego area, love to reconnect
Burgess, RileyFTM-2Jun 13, 1974 – Mar 2, 1979FOXHad a good time there, missing some old buddies. Randy Wilkerson, and my favorite Master Chief Doug Blair. Great Times Spent at Snack KASA, and Honky Tonk Bar.
Esch, JimSNJul 1, 1974 – May 30, 1976Signalman
Humston, BobRM1/RMCJul 15, 1974 – May 5, 1977OCGood ship - good crew. I still remember the skipper reminding everyone if the ship come out of the availability on time its "Manila in March" If I remember correctly we made it with change of command in Manila.

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